India is currently ruled by a far-right extreme Nationalist party known as the BJP.
The BJP, like all Hindu Nationalist groups, have been closely allied to the Zionist International since the 1920s, finding common cause in their respective struggles to overthrow British Imperial hegemony.
Binyamin Netanyahu welcomed Narendra Modi to Israel in 2017 with these words: “Prime Minister Modi, we have been waiting for you for a long time, almost 70 years … We view you as a kindred spirit.”
The two premiers, both battling for re-election in spring 2019, share a warm rapport, and regularly refer to each other on Twitter as “my friend Narendra” and “my friend Bibi.”
The Modi-Bibi bonhomie rests on much more than personal chemistry, or even the Israeli military-industrial complex’s significant role in servicing Indian needs. It is rooted in the profound admiration of generations of Hindu nationalists for Zionism and its product, Israel, whose model of nation-state they seek to emulate in India.
Since Modi’s election, Israel has wielded unprecedented influence over Indian affairs. We see this most clearly in India’s brutal occupation of Kashmir, which closely mirrors the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian lands, which is no coincidence, given Israel’s role in training the Indian Army.
Trump, the Israeli puppet, has been voiciferous in his very public displays of support for the Modi regime.
Now that China has largely shaken off the COVID-19 bioweapon, it is becoming clear to Trump’s Zionist controllers that their latest attack on China has been an abject failure.
So now they have turned to their Indian satrap to strike the next blow against China:
The situation in eastern Ladakh deteriorated after around 250 Chinese and Indian soldiers were engaged in a violent face-off on the evening of May 5 which spilled over to the next day before the two sides agreed to “disengage” following a meeting at the level of local commanders.
Over 100 Indian and Chinese soldiers were injured in the violence.
The incident in Pangong Tso was followed by a similar incident in north Sikkim on May 9.
Trump is front and centre, layering propaganda falsehoods over the issue:
Speaking with the reporters in the Oval Office of the White House on Thursday, Trump said a “big conflict” was going on between India and China.
The Chinese however, are slowly learning how to combat Western black propaganda:
China and India do not need help from the US to resolve their current round frictions at the border, China’s state-run media said on Thursday in response to President Donald Trump’s offer to mediate, pointing out that the leadership of the two countries successfully solved the Doklam standoff in 2017 with “concerted efforts and wisdom.”
While the Chinese Foreign Ministry is yet to react to Trump’s tweet which appears to have caught Beijing by surprise, an op-ed article in the state-run Global Times said both countries don’t need such a help from President Trump.
“The latest dispute can be solved bilaterally by China and India. The two countries should keep alert on the US, which exploits every chance to create waves that jeopardize regional peace and order,” it said.
His studies in history and background in the media industry have given him a keen insight into the use of mass media as a creator of conflict in the modern world.
His favored areas of study include state-sponsored terrorism, media manufactured reality and the role of intelligence services in manipulation of populations and the perception of events.