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The mainstream international media’s hidden agenda in opposing the rollback of farm laws

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Pop-superstar Rihanna. (File Image)

The self-appointed Pundits in the international mainstream media, known for their visceral animosity towards the Modi administration, have been quick off the blocks to designate the Prime Minister’s bold decision to repeal the three farm laws, as an exercise in opportunism.

The Guardian, a one-time mascot of Left liberalism, which has seamlessly mutated into a mouthpiece of “regime change” globalists, described PM Modi’s announcement as an opportunist move to pullback farmers into the BJP’s tent ahead of next year’s assembly elections in Punjab and Uttar Pradesh. 

“… it is thought that Modi’s decision to roll-back the laws and make a rare public apology is tied to upcoming crucial state elections in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab, where farmers make up a crucial proportion of the “vote bank” and farmers’ unions hold significant power and influence. The farm laws had caused a lot of anger in the north Indian states that are the heartland of Modi’s ruling Bharatiya Janata party (BJP),” wrote the learned Guardian, without backing its argument with any data-driven substantiation.

Across the Atlantic, the even weightier so-called “paper-of-record” , the New York Times drew the light-headed, some would say self-serving conclusion that Prime Minister Modi “is nervously watching his party’s poll numbers dip in a string of states with elections next year”. Which numbers is the NYT talking about? In the entire story, there is no reference to any survey or opinion poll that would establish its out -of -the blue assertion.  Once again, NYT’s conjecture is being paraded by the newspaper as truth, which is being pushed down the throat of its readers.

The problem with the international  mainstream media arises from one major fundamental—that the Modi government has to be relentlessly attacked because it stands majorly in the way of the globalist agenda of dismantling strong sovereign states which are robustly resisting surrender to a tiny global elite of the super-rich and the mega-influential. This elite of the unelected hiding in secret societies  of various hues uses the mainstream media for manufacturing consent by waging a relentless communication war. It deploys a network of  well-funded think tanks, powerful NGOs, including human rights groups, iconic social media influencers, Hollywood stars among others to unleash  a cascading information war that targets sovereign governments with backbone, including that of India.

The NYT article acknowledges the role of foreign organisations in shaping the farmers’ stir. “Organizers leaned heavily on the Punjabi Sikh diaspora. Big charities like Khalsa Aid International, a British relief group, raised money for the protesters. Smaller ones, like the Midland Langar Seva Society, also based in Britain, chipped in too,” it reported.

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It then went on to pontificate that supporters “braved freezing temperatures in Toronto and Montreal to hold signs outside Indian consulates in Canada. Protesters marched across from the United Nations headquarters in New York. The campaign worked: Justin Trudeau, Canada’s prime minister, and Rihanna, the pop singer, spoke in solidarity.”

Rihanna’s name is a giveaway that the globalists had wormed their way into the farmers’ agitation, which unknowingly to the common farmer, had got hijacked by big global players.

Rihanna whose  tweet supporting the farmers’ stir in India went viral does not stand alone. She shares a hyphenated past with  billionaire investor George Soros, widely known as  a globalist icon, who had personally attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2020 at the Davos World Economic Forum.

The story goes deeper. Both Rihanna and Soros are linked to the Bilderberg Group — a controversial semi-secret society of the rich and powerful that is arguably engaged in setting the global agenda behind the scenes, including fathering regime change movements in Eastern Europe, West Asia, Central Asia and North Africa.

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Soros accused Modi of fostering a Hindu nationalist state and depriving Muslims of their citizenship.

“The biggest and most frightening setback occurred in India where a democratically elected Narendra Modi is creating a Hindu nationalist state, imposing punitive measures on Kashmir, a semi-autonomous Muslim region, and threatening to deprive millions of Muslims of their citizenship,” he said.

Soros is no ordinary billionaire. The Hungarian born “philanthropist” runs a soft power machine. Soros emits his message targeting several “unliked” sovereign governments with digitally driven grassroots movements from his network of Open Society Foundations and a string of global NGO’s, under the garb of fostering democracy and human rights.

He is a major contributor to Human Rights Watch, which has backed the farmers’ protests.

Also read:  Behind Rihanna’s tweet supporting farmers agitation hangs the shadow of George Soros and the Bilderberg Group

Soros’ association with the Bilderberg group has been widely reported.

In his review of David Estulin’s 2005 book, The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, Stephen Lendman quotes the author as saying that in 1954, “the most powerful men in the world met for the first time” in Oosterbeek, Netherlands, “debated the future of the world,” and decided to meet annually in secret. They called themselves the Bilderberg Group with a membership representing a who’s who of world power elites, mostly from America, Canada, and Western Europe with familiar names like David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Bill Clinton, Gordon Brown, Angela Merkel, Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke, Larry Summers, Tim Geithner, Lloyd Blankfein, George Soros, Donald Rumsfeld, Rupert Murdoch, other heads of state, influential senators, Congressmen and parliamentarians, Pentagon and NATO brass, members of European royalty, (and) selected media figures….

Rihanna too has links with the Bilderberg cabal. The bleeding-heart radical has also acknowledged that she is no stranger to the Bilderberg group. In July 2011, she held a 15-minute press conference where she reportedly pointed to rumours and postings on the internet about her involvement in the powerful, secret global society, The Illuminati, and that she practices Voodoo. It is during this media conference that she acknowledged her association with the Bilderberg group. “The facts speak for themselves, and my talent speaks for itself. I’m not a party in any way to some all-powerful secret society somehow fixing the fate of the world behind closed doors for nefarious ends. That’s just nonsense. But to answer your other questions, yes I did attend the Bilderberg Conference last week in Switzerland.”

The two Bilderbergers, Rihanna and Soros, have come together during the course of the Covid-19 pandemic, seemingly in a humanitarian mission to combat the health disaster across the globe.

Soros’ Open Society Foundations, pledged $130 million globally as an initial step not only to combat the coronavirus crisis but also to safeguard political freedoms in the time of a health and economic crisis.  Rihanna’s Clara Lionel Foundation, released $6.2 million.

Twitter and Square CEO, Jack Dorsey who has backed Rihanna’s tweet on the farmers’ agitation has also been part of the celebrity campaign against Covid-19.

Clearly Rihanna, the global far left elite, brained by Soros and fellow Bilderbergers have plotted a subversive soft power putsch against India, cynically using the farmers' agitation as the spearhead.

Of course, the mainstream media will not tell you that.