Last Thursday the 2nd Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, opening the G20 foreign ministers’ conference in New Delhi, he was no longer optimistic, but he tried: “We must all recognize that multilateralism is in crisis today,” he said. “I pray that they will be inspired by India’s sense of civilization: not to focus on what divides us, but to focus on what unites us,” he added. Russian representative, Sergey LavrovAnd American Anthony BlinkenThey looked at him seriously. At the host’s behest, the two met in a hallway. Ten minutes to tell each other that we don’t understand each other at all. The time for negotiation has not yet arrived, and until it does the neutrals suffer. India, like many others in the last three decades, may experience a “color revolution”. US and UK cannot stand idly by, Modi is made to feel.
In recent years, India has pursued a dual foreign policy: on the one hand, it has joined the Quad alliance with Australia, the United States, and Japan to control trade across the Indian Ocean and counter China’s advances. Worse, the G20 meets in the Indian capital immediately after. On the other hand, it has traditionally maintained good relations with Russia, avoiding problems in Asia, containing Pakistan and mediating its difficult relationship with China. Since the outbreak of the current phase of war in Ukraine, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP, Indian People’s Party) government has failed to criticize Russia’s intervention in Ukraine, refusing to join sanctions against Moscow and becoming one of its most prominent. Important economic partners. After all, he continued to buy oil and weapons. The Indian leadership reasoned that if New Delhi condemned Moscow’s actions in Ukraine, it would turn Beijing’s side on the secular dispute the two maintain in the Himalayas. Pakistan will immediately take advantage of the opportunity and somehow attack its arch enemy.
However, neither the State Department nor the Foreign Office paid any attention to such clever reflections on Asian politics. Suspicious timing and a series of directed events suggest that The Empire disapproves of the Prime Minister’s non-alignment, and it tries to destabilize him, close the blockade against Russia, and break up the BRICS organization.
A clear Anglo-American attack on Modi and his key financial backer was launched in January. Responsible for maneuvering Hindenburg Research, an obscure Wall Street financial firm that specializes in conducting “financial forensic investigations” into alleged corruption or fraud in publicly traded companies, depressing their stock value and forcing them to sell shares below market value. The mysterious company appeared in 2017 and is suspected of having links with US intelligence.
Hindenburg denounced the Indian billionaire in his latest report. Gautam Adhani, head of the Adani Group, was Asia’s richest man at the start of the year and a key financial backer of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Both are from Gujarat, the western part of the country where Modi ruled until he became prime minister in 2014, and are close friends. With his partner in power, Adani has enriched himself enormously through companies linked to the official economic agenda. His business conglomerate grew to become the second largest in India, but since the Hindenburg report on January 24 exposed abuse of tax havens and stock manipulation by the group, its companies have Over $120 billion in market value was lost.
The U.S. firm says its report, the result of two years of research and visits to half a dozen countries, made it the most expensive investment for a small Wall Street research firm. Adani companies have been among Indian companies worth 17.8 trillion INR (US$218 billion) for decades.Shameless”Stock Manipulation Scheme and Accounting Fraud. Details of Hindenburg’s costly attempt to discredit and sink the stock value of a company in remote India suggest that he may have well-informed whistleblowers or intelligence sources to target a vulnerable group with close ties to political power in New Delhi.
Meanwhile, in the same January that Hindenburg’s revelation appeared, The The BBC aired a documentary critical of Modi’s role in the 2002 Gujarat communal riotsWhen he was the governor of the state. The BBC report – banned in India – was based on unpublished intelligence information provided to the BBC by the UK’s Foreign Office. The Indian government quickly censored the documentary and attacked the BBC for producing “Propaganda”, the British chain’s local offices were raided for alleged tax offenses and the BBC used emergency powers to force social networks to remove links to the video. Police also stopped student protesters who held parties on campuses across the country to show the video. However, the film seriously attacked the Nationalist government.
By not joining NATO sanctions against Russia and maintaining India’s strict neutrality policy since the Cold War, Modi has been able to take advantage of Russian crude oil availability over the US and EU. They refuse to buy. Before the war in Ukraine, India bought only 1% of Russia’s crude oil. Last January, that number rose to 28%. This has made Russia the largest supplier of crude oil to India, surpassing Iraq and Saudi Arabia. Last December, New Delhi bought 1.2 million barrels per day of Russian crude oil, 33 times more than a year ago. Ironically, some of that Russian crude oil is refined in India and re-exported to the European Union, which has banned the purchase of Russian oil. Including imports of Russian sunflower oil and fertilizers and other commodities, India’s imports from Russia rose more than 400% year-on-year in the eight months to November.
It is no coincidence that Washington and London seek regime change in India. No one is less George Soros Modi’s days are numbered at an international security conference in Munich on February 17. Soros, 92, said, “India is an interesting case. It is a democracy but its leader Narendra Modi is not a democrat. And, referring to a recent BBC documentary, he said, “Inciting violence against Muslims was a major factor in his meteoric rise.” He then alleged: “Modi maintains close ties with both open and closed societies. India is a member of the Quad (an alliance with Australia, the US and Japan), but it buys Russian oil at a deep discount and makes a lot of money doing it.
In his speech, the Hungarian-American Jewish billionaire argued that the revelation of Hindenburg’s research on Adani was no coincidence. Adani has been accused of stock manipulation and its stock has collapsed like a house of cards. Modi has remained silent on the issue, but has to answer questions from foreign investors in Parliament as well. This would significantly weaken their grip on the Indian central government and open the door to much-needed institutional reforms.” He also concluded his speech by arguing, “It may be naïve, but I believe in a democratic renaissance in India”, meaning regime change in favor of NATO’s globalist agenda.
Surely there will be no dearth of local administrators Destabilization Project Its outcome is now uncertain. If it succeeds and replaces non-alignment with an alliance with Western powers, India will tilt the BRICS to the West but face a powerful Russian-Chinese-Pakistani alliance that threatens its economy and security. If the plan fails, on the other hand, the BJP will tighten its grip on Indian society, New Delhi’s relationship with Washington and London will suffer, NATO will lose all support in South Asia and the BRICS will be strengthened, but clearly turned towards a multilateral alternative. In the face of the rigidity of the adherents of the Single Empire, non-alignment has become a side.
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