Thursday, March 15, 2018

Is Canada Playing "Useful Idiot" in Deep State Destabilization/Regime Change Project Against India?

This is a Leader of a Federal Canadian
Political Party?  Beam Me UP Scottie!!!

Today, as we read in the Main$tream Media Newz that US Ambassador to the UN, Nikky Haley is "laying down the groundwork for WWIII" with her trademark false accusations, inflammatory threats and aspersions.... we have to really look closer at the "Sikh" Phenomenon in Western Politics. Nikky Haley is a product of the Sikh culture and has shown nothing but distain for Western Institutions, specifically the United Nations, and flouted every principle, tradition and mores of International Law ever since she burst on the scene with the Trump administration. So has the individual above, Jagmeet Singh, who more closely resembles a jihadi terrorist than a Canadian federal politician.  It is long past time we ask ourselves...what is this group of relatively recent immigrants to North America up to?  Let's look closer at the above Sikh...Canadian Federal New Democratic Party Leader, Jagmeet Singh.  There have been some interesting revelations in the past couple of days,  Nobody knew this when he was running for the NDP leadership but, apparently, in June of 2015 he spoke at a rally for a Sikh independence from India.

What follows is an entire article cut and pasted from Canada's Globe and Mail Newspaper.  I included the entire article because it's very important to see how this seemingly recent development on the Canadian political horizon is actually a carefully constructed plot...which has been set up for years.  The Trudeau's recent disastrous trip to India...where he "inadvertently" offended the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi by catering to these extremists...was not an accident...rather it is just the latest chapter in the setting up of Canada to be the "useful idiot" in a standard operation Deep State plot to bring instability and "regime change", this time to of the BRICS nations in the orbit of "enemy du jour", Russia.

In a summary at the end of this post I will speculate about WHY this has happened.  In the meantime, it is important to note with optimism that India was not caught off guard by this plot and the plotters are no longer flying "under the radar" as is shown in the following report:


"NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh took part in a separatist Sikh homeland rally in San Francisco in June of 2015 that venerated a violent Sikh religious leader who was killed in the Indian army assault on the Golden Temple in 1984.

Mr. Singh, then an NDP member of the Ontario Legislature, was invited to speak at a “sovereignty rally” where speakers denounced India and called for an independent Sikh state known as Khalistan.

Mr. Singh’s appearance at the 2015 rally could have an impact in the Indo-Canadian community where all three main political parties compete for votes in key ridings in the Greater Toronto area and Lower Mainland in British Columbia.

While the vast majority of Sikhs oppose extremism, the Trudeau Liberals are concerned about Mr. Singh’s potential appeal to voters of his own faith.

Any suggestion that Mr. Singh favours a separate Sikh state could split the vote in a community where many still harbour ill-feelings toward India for the violent crackdown in the Punjab after the 1984 assassination of former prime minister Indira Gandhi.

Videos of the event posted on Facebook and YouTube show the stage on which Mr. Singh spoke featured a large poster of Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, the leader of an armed extremist group that occupied the Golden Temple. The militant religious leader was killed in a shootout with the Indian army after he had stockpiled weapons in the Golden Temple complex.

Video also shows Mr. Singh, who left provincial politics after he won the federal NDP leadership in October of 2017, walking in the pro-sovereignty march behind a truck that displayed signs saying “India out of Sikh Homeland,” and “1984 Sikh Genocide Independence.” Parade participants carried the same messages on placards as well as others including “Sikhs Demand Independence.”

In his speech, Mr. Singh accused India of “genocide” against Sikhs in the Golden Temple assault.

“Why do we talk about genocide, what happened to us?” Mr. Singh said, speaking in Punjabi that was translated into English for The Globe and Mail. “We are talking about it because, in our country where we live, that country intentionally tried to wipe us out, that in that country it was a planned process to attack the Golden Temple.”

One speaker, University of British Columbia PhD student Prabhsharanbir Singh, told the rally: “Let’s all today take a pledge that we will not sit idle until the Khalistan is achieved.” This speaker led the crowd in chants of “Khalistan!”

The Indian government accuses Canada of being soft on extremists who agitate for a Sikh homeland that would carve out an independent state in the Punjab.

The matter came to head during Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit to India. A diplomatic rift opened up after it was revealed that a B.C. Sikh-Canadian convicted of trying to kill an Indian cabinet minister in 1986 had been invited by Liberal MP Randeep Sarai to a reception in honour of Mr. Trudeau that was hosted by the Canadian High Commission in New Delhi.

Jagmeet Singh did not agree to an interview regarding his attendance at the June, 2015, rally but provided a statement to The Globe and Mail earlier this month, saying he was there as a “human rights advocate” and does not condone terrorism or acts of violence.

“It’s important to name human rights atrocities as I have done in order to expose them and ensure they do not happen again,” he said. “The 1984 Sikh Genocide in India was a horrific episode in which many thousands of Sikhs were ruthlessly murdered and thousands more were disappeared.”

He did not answer a series of questions from The Globe including whether he supports an independent Sikh homeland; why he attended a rally that extolled a violent extremist and whether he considers Mr. Bhindranwale a martyr or freedom fighter.

“Questions regarding the future of India are not for me to decide,” he said. “Self-determination means respecting the views of people in whatever county to choose their own path.”

Ujjal Dosanjh, a former NDP premier of British Columbia and federal Liberal cabinet minister, said Mr. Singh sent a “wink, wink, nudge, nudge” message by standing on a stage that included a portrait of Mr. Bhindranwale.

“He was known to have amassed huge amounts of ammunition in the Golden Temple so much so that the Indian military needed tanks to go in,” said Mr. Dosanjh, an opponent of the Sikh separatist movement. “So if you have a portrait of Mr. Bhindranwale behind you, why do you say nothing about it?”

Former Canadian Security Intelligence Service analyst Phil Gurski said Mr. Singh’s presence at a rally in support of Indian partition and where Mr. Bhindranwale is lauded should be of concern to Canadian and Indian authorities.

“It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know what this rally is about. It isn’t as if he stepped in a Boy Scout jamboree,” he said.

Mr. Gurski said even if Mr. Singh did not advocate separatism or extremism in his speech, Sikh militants would use his presence at the rally to “bolster their campaign” against India. “It looks terrible and secondly it is used by these groups to say he is on our side,” he said.

The Indian High Commission did not respond to requests for comment although New Delhi has long considered Mr. Singh to be a controversial figure.

India denied Mr. Singh a visa to visit the Golden Temple in Amritsar in 2013 when he was named SEWA “Sikh of the Year.” The then-MPP said India denied him a visa because they were annoyed at him “for raising a voice for justice for the victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh pogroms.

Mr. Singh told the June, 2015, rally crowd that he wore a round turban and flowing beard in the style of Sikhs who were “targeted, killed, massacred” by Indian authorities during the 1980s. He told the audience he initially adopted the garb and long beard to be “cool” but later decided it would send a powerful message to India.

“Then I thought I would do it intentionally because if in parliament, if you see a round turban, if in parliament you can see flowing beard then you can show Indian government that ’look we are there,’ ” he said to applause.

Many Sikhs consider Mr. Bhindranwale to be a martyr or freedom fighter. He is believed to be responsible for numerous killings, including the murder of Sikhs who opposed the creation of a Sikh-based theocratic state.

Although Canada has a long-standing policy of supporting a unified India, Mr. Dosanjh said politicians of all stripes have frequently tolerated Sikh events in Canada where extremism is often exhibited.

Annual Khalsa Day parades in Canadian cities such as Toronto celebrate the Sikh faith and draw politicians from all levels of government, from Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to Toronto Mayor John Tory to former Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown.

Some of the parades in the past have featured a float glorifying Mr. Bhindranwale and other controversial figures while politicians have also attended events at temples that are known to have pictures displayed of Sikh extremists.

According to Indian media outlets such as The Hindu, the Indian government later protested Mr. Trudeau’s 2017 appearance at the Khalsa Day events in Toronto.

“If you support one India then why do you associate yourself with parades and temples that glorify those that want to dismember India,” Mr. Dosanjh said.

Successive Canadian prime ministers including Stephen Harper and Mr. Trudeau have made a point of visiting Punjab’s Golden Temple – an important spiritual site for Sikhs – during visits to India.

“It’s all about domestic politics,” says University of Toronto political science professor Nelson Wiseman.

Recently the NDP Leader spoke out in defence of Liberal Sikh-Canadian cabinet ministers who had been photographed with Jaspal Atwal during the Prime Minister’s recent visit to India. Mr. Atwal is the B.C. man who was convicted of the attempted assassination of an Indian politician in 1986.

“I reject the baseless attacks against Canadian cabinet ministers, and we should be wary of any international interference in our political affairs especially when its targeted at minorities such as members of the Sikh community,” Mr. Singh said in a statement on Feb. 22. “The Indian government has a troubling record of conflating human rights advocacy with extremism for their own political benefit.”

Mr. Atwal is a former member of the International Sikh Youth Federation, a banned terrorist group in Canada and India, which wants a separate homeland for India’s Sikh minority. He was also charged but never convicted in the brutal 1985 beating of Mr. Dosanjh.

Mr. Trudeau’s national security adviser, Daniel Jean, told reporters in a background briefing last month that factions within the Indian government had sought to sabotage Mr. Trudeau’s February trip to India. He suggested that Mr. Atwal had been part of the Indian operation.

he Indian government flatly denied the conspiracy allegation and the opposition parties claimed Mr. Jean was ordered to put out the story to deflect criticism over the Atwal incident.

Former Canadian Security Intelligence Service director, Richard Fadden, who had also served as Mr. Trudeau’s national security adviser, said he did not believe the Indian government or its spy services would engage in such conduct."

Greencrow says:  So, as very few Canadians knew up until very recently, Jagmeet Singh has a long history with subversive groups within the Sikh community.  Even more astoundingly, so has it has been revealed that he has met with pro-Khalistani Sikhs on many occasions going back years.

As I type, Russia is being set up by the UK with a false accusation of poisoning an ex convict, convicted of Treason (spying) in Russia.  In the above scenario...India is being falsely accused of setting up Trudeau for embarrassment by somehow arranging that an ex convict (convicted of attempted murder) be photographed with Trudeau's wife.  Can anyone connect the dots here?  Two BRICS nations and two false accusations.   But it gets worse.  Please read the following clip from CBC news and I will have more comments to follow:


Jagmeet Singh defends appearance at Sikh independence rally

Some members of the crowd can be seen holding ceremonial swords and chanting 'Khalistan'

By John Paul Tasker, CBC News Posted: Mar 14, 2018 2:18 PM ET Last Updated: Mar 14, 2018 2:52 PM ET 
......Trudeau sought to reassure Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that Canada supports a united India — and does not endorse any form of extremism — while explaining away Atwal's invitation as an error by Liberal backbench MP Randeep Sarai.

At the time, Singh defended Liberals who were facing criticism.

"We should be wary of any international interference in our political affairs, especially when it's targeted at minorities such as members of the Sikh community," Mr. Singh said in a statement on Feb. 22.

"The Indian government has a troubling record of conflating human rights advocacy with extremism for their own political benefit."

Greencrow says:  So, to cut to the chase....Is Canada being set up and/or tasked with the assignment of playing "Useful Idiot" to the Deep State's unending project of sowing destabilization and "regime change" in all countries in the world who are not under it's thumb?  Not one but TWO federal leaders with connections to a radical "independence" movement in India.  Someone needs to follow the money of this Sikh Independence Movement here in Canada and in the United States (i.e. Nikky Haley). Perhaps the movement is being funded by none other than the horrific destroyer of the earth...the mass murdering Monsanto "My Satan".

US Corporate Criminals have had their fangs and claws into India for a very long time.  Does anyone remember Bhopal? Does anyone know about the thousands of Indian farmers who've gone broke and committed suicide over the past several decades--due to failed Monsanto GMO crops?  This travesty against humanity and of the environment has been going on for years.  Monsanto has India by the gonads and will not let go.  Read the following article from an Indian newspaper for the latest turn of events and I will have a final summary:


"India cuts Monsanto’s GM cotton seed royalty, may trigger another row
India has cut royalties that local seed companies pay to Monsanto Co for the second time in two years, potentially fuelling another row with the US company that threatened to leave the South Asian country in 2016.

India’s agriculture ministry has decided to reduce royalties paid by Indian seed companies to Monsanto for its genetically modified (GM) cotton by 20.4 per cent, said a government order released on Tuesday.

In 2016 the farm ministry cut Monsanto’s royalties by more than 70 per cent, triggering a long-running feud that drew in the Indian and US governments. “It is unfortunate that today’s order further erodes trait fees (royalties), which are now less than 0.5 per cent of the cost of cultivation, while the technology continues to provide value to farmers across India,” said a spokesman for Monsanto’s India joint venture, Mahyco Monsanto Biotech (India)(MMB).

Cotton has been a success story for Indian agriculture with a sharp jump in both output and exports, the MMB spokesman said, but noted that the sector needed a predictable business environment to attract investment.

As well as cutting Monsanto’s royalties, the government also lowered the prices of GM cotton seeds by 7.5 per cent to ₹740for a packet of 450 grams to help farmers who are struggling with pest infestations.

Threat to halt supplies

Farmers buy GM cotton seeds from Indian seedmakers who pay to use Monsanto’s proprietary technology to produce them. Producers body, the National Seed Association of India (NSAI), last week threatened to halt supplies to 8 million cotton farmers to protest the planned move to reduce seed prices. “The new, low price would definitely impact seed supply and seed availability this year. And also next year’s seed production. NSAI may even file a writ petition against the government decision,” Kalyan Goswami, director general of NSAI, told Reuters.

Seed prices have fallen since 2011 but fuel, labour and other supply chain costs have risen, Goswami said. “NSAI advocated for an increase in cotton seed prices to at least ₹150 a packet. But the idea was ignored,” he said. Last year the government kept both the royalties and the retail prices of GM cotton seeds unchanged.

More than 90 per cent of India’s cotton crop is genetically modified. In 2017–18 India’s cotton output is set to rise by 9.3 per cent but still short of the record high predicted by industry analysts because boll worm caused damage in some regions."



Greencrow:  Is Canada being used as a "Useful Idiot" by the Deep State to destabilize the BRICS member, India?  Otherwise, why would TWO Canadian federal leaders have the same stinking political baggage?  The two politicians involved, Trudeau and Singh, certainly fit the personality stereotype of the "Useful Idiot".

As I've mentioned in a previous post, I dated a Sikh man for four years when I was in my 20's.  During that four years I became immersed in the Sikh culture.  What I can say is that the Sikhs are like the Jews in that they have always lived separately alongside the main culture.  Feeding off it and into it but always remaining culturally apart.  They are very politically oriented by nature but laugh at Western values and Democratic traditions.  My boyfriend was in a position as a campaign manager for someone running for elected office [student council president] and joked and bragged about "stuffing the ballot box".  This left an indelible impression on me as to the Sikh culture.

I would say that Jagmeet Singh's meteoric rise to power was probably due to a lot of shenanigans within the NDP in Ontario--re voter registration and ballot box finagling.  Just a feeling I have.  But you always have to look at the bigger picture.  The PTB in eastern Canada and internationally [five eyes] would never have allowed the takeover by this political faction if it didn't suit their "Big Picture" purposes.  The big picture is the global agenda of destabilization of all countries in the BRICS and in the orbit of Russia.  They have already succeeded in the "B" nation - Brazil.  They're frantically working on Russia and China and of course the "S" - South Africa was always just a token to include the African has never really been a BRICS country.  So we have India.  Modi and Putin are great personal friends.  India is moving closer and closer to the Russian orbit...and away from the Western corporatist the evil Monsanto.  Russia has led the way by outlawing GMO products within Russian borders.  GMO products and technology have been a nightmare for India.

Just last week, I read a report from India that said India has basically told Monsanto that it can "leave anytime" ...and don't let the door hit its @$$ on the way out.  Do you think Monsanto will give up the lucrative Indian market for its crappy GMO seeds? Think aboud it.  So, I ask the obvious question:

Is the global corporate octopus, Monsanto, also funding the regime change effort in India?  Where is the Sikh Independence movement getting its hold big gatherings like the one our NDP leader, Jagmeet Singh attended in San Francisco back in 2015?  Connect the Dots, Folks.  But don't hold your breath waiting for the Canadian body politic to shake off these "Useful Idiot" fleas.  In today's doesn't work that way.


Anonymous said...

I miss Ed Broadbent. He warned of the immigrant Vote working in block chain insidious takeover.
My Welfare Worker barely speaks English. My Landlord barely speaks English.
My Doctor barely speaks English.
No Diss to the Indigenous, Grampa served at Vimy Ridge, yet theres no food in my Fridge. Now we're in War Crime Deep. Am Pretty f'in unhappy.
Thinking of holding a Cakewalk, Don't get too close though, they'll think its a drug deal. siggh

greencrow said...

I miss Ed Broadbent too. Now all the politicians are caricatures...cartoon cutouts. You can't even call them puppets least hand/sock puppets had a hand inside...these guys are empty.

What's a cakewalk?

Anonymous said...

Cakewalk; v. Kaykh wawllk
George W. speak for an easy victory in looming Iraq war 2003
Spock, explain;

"illogical, Forbidden, Commander"

Anonymous said...

Greencrow rrrr rrrr said this
My boyfriend was in a position as a campaign manager for someone running for elected office [student council president] and joked and bragged about "stuffing the ballot box". This left an indelible impression on me as to the Sikh cult
My story about maybe political story??
In high school
They set up system
You go to a room to pick teachers and classes
You had your choice
So I got to go very first group
Every pick was available
When I picked my classes with popular teachers
The girls in charge would say
I am saying to myself
How could that be???
I am first group
Only about twenty people are in here
I did not argue at the time for I was not confrontational
But they were the jocks and popular girls running the racket
All these classes were filled with jocks and scum
Every time I see elections and stuff like this
I just see
Cheat to win
win at all costs
Winning is everything
I think it is the same scum that works in schools and are political
It just turns the stomach
It is ingrained in all of them
There is only one thing to do
You decide what that is
To the Indian issue
All I know
After 911 under the Bush regime
The Indians flooded into this area
They own or run every gas station and convience store you walk into
I always thought they were just workers
Someone told me they own
I never bothered to ask
I did ask a few what they thought of our country
They more or less dismiss or criticize it
I thought we took in the poor and wrechid and saved them
Around here,they drove the white guy from his store and gave it to the Indians
They built a huge temple right down the street from my parents house
Someone I knew said
They letting all the terrorists in here
He did not like it
I am not sure if you have that in Canada???
If not???
Sounds like maybe they will be pouring in and then you will see them working in every store around.
More funny
Under Bush
He let many Mexicans come into our country
I hear these political idiots Under Trump the Republican would never let it happen
Only Democrats do that
They always fail to remember under a Republictard,Bush
He flooded the country with Indians and Mexicans
If you do not have that problem????????
Maybe it is on its way???????
Only Democrats want diversity
These people who post that bull on forums
Look what Bush did
Just confusion


greencrow said...

Hi Anonymous:

Thanks for the elucidation re "cakewalk".....Now I recall. In this time of M16-style poisoning allegations...I was thinking "yellow cake". History is coming at us in warp speed nowadays.