Enough of the lecturing and West taking moral high grounds, Indians are giving it back to the westerns in kind. Indian EAM Jaishankar gives a hard diplomatic slap to the USA preaching to India on Human Rights issues. The nation of 125 crore people doesn’t take unsolicited advice/lectures anymore but the colonised western mindset liberals find this hard to digest and are making insane statements.
The ‘goras’ shown the mirror
External Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar in a media interaction gave it back to the USA on Human Rights issues. He said, “Look, people are entitled to have views about us. But we are also equally entitled to have views about their views and about the interests, and the lobbies and the vote banks which drive that. So, whenever there is a discussion, I can tell you that we will not be reticent about speaking out.”
This is a clear statement from Indian Foreign minister Jaishankar that it’s time for the USA to stop giving us lectures. We are a thriving democracy and fairly capable of tackling our own issues. If anybody pokes their nose in it, they will surely get hurt. It’s not a unipolar world anymore and India has rightfully improved its stature in geopolitics. So from now on things will not follow a one-way street and there should be mutual respect for sovereignty and internal matters. These issues should be left to the concerned nation otherwise India has every moral right to comment in return, being the world’s largest and the oldest democracy.
Liberals were offended at master’s insult
The shallow people detached from their civilisational roots think that it is the moral duty of the Westerners to lecture Indians and we should accept that line down. Since the time Jaishankar has given the Biden administration a diplomatic jolt, the liberals have gone on a crying spree. They are venting their meltdown on social media sites.
Sanjay Jha, expelled from Congress, thinks that by rebutting US’s policy of interfering in our internal matters, EAM has conceded and acknowledged serious human rights violations in India. But the fact is EAM instead of accepting or rejecting human rights abuses (that is the jurisdiction of Courts in India) has schooled the Biden administration for poking into our internal matters.
By indulging in tu tu main main with thé US on human rights abuses, Mr Jaishankar has effectively conceded and acknowledged that indeed India has committed serious violations.
What now? Bulldozer diplomacy? It has boomeranged.
— Sanjay Jha (@JhaSanjay) April 14, 2022
One Twitter user Audrey Truschke has questioned India’s stature in the world order. She forgets that India is the 5th largest economy, the world’s largest and oldest thriving democracy.
Here’s the thing about Jaishankar’s temper tantrum on watching US human rights abuses — Wouldn’t it be amazing if the Indian government had the clout, values, and gravitas to be serious about human rights abuses, at home and abroad? Unthinkable at present, but I wish it were so.
— Dr. Audrey Truschke (@AudreyTruschke) April 14, 2022
Founding editor of The Wire Siddharth wants India to either blame the Biden administration for every human rights abuse in America or keep quiet. But he is forgetting that the minister has already hit out at the Biden administration for making such comments on vote bank consideration.
Eager to express ‘equivalent’ concerns over rights violations in the US, @DrSJaishankar overlooked the fact that the US statement blames human rights violations in India on “officials”, i.e. his govt.
Mantri ji should match the charge or else keep quiet.https://t.co/hOmcNwitsi
— Siddharth (@svaradarajan) April 13, 2022
It is good to see that the technocrat turned EAM is shattering the Western arrogance and these liberals crying over their beloved master’s insult is nothing but the slave of the western mentality. It is time for them to realise the civilisational history of India which had been a democratically run nation before the westerns could even conceptualise it. These liberals suffering from a colonial mindset are still living 75 years behind and forgetting that India is not a colony anymore and ‘Goras’ giving us lectures will not continue any further.