George Soros, once known for letting anarchy be his voice, seems to be encountering a different story altogether in recent times. His organization’s recent attempt to undermine Indian companies fell flat, revealing the resilience of the Indian nation in the face of external interference.
In a move reminiscent of the comically flawed hit job by Hindenburg Research, George Soros-backed ‘whistleblower’ organization OCCRP took a page from the playbook of the US-based short seller and targeted the Adani group. Global left-wing media outlets like the Financial Times and The Guardian eagerly latched onto the OCCRP report, claiming that the Adani family secretly invested in Adani group shares, linking it to PM Modi.
However, the desperate attempt to tarnish Narendra Modi’s reputation by any means possible turned this entire episode into a poorly executed farce. The icing on the cake was an urgent press conference by none other than Rahul Gandhi, which only served to highlight the lack of credibility behind these claims. It’s evident that any report backed by Rahul and his associates cannot be considered impartial or honest.
The Guardian’s report, also based on OCCRP’s findings, failed to mention the name of 360 One. It alleged that investments in Adani stock from two Mauritius-based funds were overseen by a Dubai-based company run by a known employee of Vinod Adani. Notably, it made no mention of any fund manager like 360 ONE.
However, the allegations made by OCCRP, parroted by the leftist media and echoed by Congress leaders, fell flat when 360 One issued a clarification, denying any links with the alleged transactions. In a filing with the BSE and NSE, 360 ONE refuted the claims made in the Financial Times report, further discrediting the narrative.
So, what has happened to George Soros, the man who once brought the British economy to its knees? Simply put, everything that has a beginning has an end, and George Soros is now nearing his end, both figuratively and literally.
For years, Soros manipulated nations like marionettes on a string. Smaller nations like Iraq, Yemen, Vietnam, and Venezuela became the unfortunate experimental sites for his regime change tactics and resource heists. However, India has proven to be a rare exception to Soros’ model of anarchy.
While India hasn’t been completely immune to Soros’ influence, the Modi-led administration’s resilience has thwarted many of his tactics. Their ability to withstand Soros’ disruptive strategies has only frustrated the man with a history of destabilizing governments. In the world of business, it’s a golden rule: if you want to destroy your opponent, don’t become obsessed with them. Don’t jump into the mud pit to solve problems that aren’t yours to begin with.
Yet, Soros has broken this cardinal rule by openly targeting India. In a speech ahead of the Munich Security Conference in February 2023, Soros predicted a “democratic revival” in India due to the turmoil surrounding Gautam Adani’s business empire. He claimed that Modi and Adani were close allies, stating, “Modi is silent on the subject, but he will have to answer questions from foreign investors and in parliament. This will significantly weaken Modi’s stranglehold on India’s federal government and open the door to push for much-needed institutional reforms. I may be naive, but I expect a democratic revival in India.”
However, habitual meddlers like George Soros seem to forget that India is not a rookie nation to be toyed with and manipulated without consequences. India’s vibrant democracy has time and again shattered such nefarious constructs, and this time won’t be any different.
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