Trudeau accuses Indian government of involvement in killing of Canadian terrorist

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Its clear as daylight that it is not just Crookedeu who is doing this. There is borrowed muscle in this.

India should :-

1. Initiate investigations into Canada's state sponsored role into the murder of Indian citizens aka Air India bombings

2. Initiate investigations into Canada's role in fomenting terrorism in India & continued harboring/patronage of anti India elements

3. Initiate investigations into Canada's meddling in Indian affairs

4. Initiate investigations into Canada's meddling in Indian elections
 

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Little Castro's ego has been bruised badly.

He was just freshly divorced, Buddhan and Daamad ji sidelined him, Modi ji didn't even look at home with a straight face and the media (his own) mocked him. To make it 10 times worse, his plane broke down and he was offered to fly back in Air India One. When he returned, his countrymen criticized and hammered him for a host of domestic economic and political messes that he left there.

Plus there was a Q&A session in the parliament which he had to escape.

He just combined the revenge for his perceived insult along with an excuse to skirt around the Q&A session. When he thought he could get away by trying to point fingers at PM Modi ji, it turned into a diplomatic battle between Arindham Bagchi (not even Dr. Jaishankar :lol: ) and him. On top of that ex-ambassador Deepak Vohra ji speculated that there was cocaine on his airplane, which had to be disposed of - something that the Kaneddistanis had accused Trudwal of even before he got to India, confirming the fears of his citizens.

On top of that Daamad ji refused to take his side, Australia's Albanese said "Just chill out, man" and NZ was anyway irrelevant.

Buddhan was twiddling his thumbs and fumbling to support Trudwal and the whole matter fizzled out.

The man had a terrible year.
let me add more,
amid upcoming elections there in 2025, he's already facing lowest popularity ratings ever, clear indication of his loosing if polls are conducted at this moment
so he's gone back to usual rhetoric of "Canada is the Best Country in the World" (no joke) and going around in public events like sports and all to try to get some popularity

he is also averse of Trump winning 2024 elections there, as he made comments how Trump's win would mean "unpredictability" for US-Canada relations with words like "We don't know exactly what he'll do ... obviously, Mr. Trump represents a certain amount of unpredictability"
 

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Little Castro's ego has been bruised badly.

He was just freshly divorced, Buddhan and Daamad ji sidelined him, Modi ji didn't even look at home with a straight face and the media (his own) mocked him. To make it 10 times worse, his plane broke down and he was offered to fly back in Air India One. When he returned, his countrymen criticized and hammered him for a host of domestic economic and political messes that he left there.

Plus there was a Q&A session in the parliament which he had to escape.

He just combined the revenge for his perceived insult along with an excuse to skirt around the Q&A session. When he thought he could get away by trying to point fingers at PM Modi ji, it turned into a diplomatic battle between Arindham Bagchi (not even Dr. Jaishankar :lol: ) and him. On top of that ex-ambassador Deepak Vohra ji speculated that there was cocaine on his airplane, which had to be disposed of - something that the Kaneddistanis had accused Trudwal of even before he got to India, confirming the fears of his citizens.

On top of that Daamad ji refused to take his side, Australia's Albanese said "Just chill out, man" and NZ was anyway irrelevant.

Buddhan was twiddling his thumbs and fumbling to support Trudwal and the whole matter fizzled out.

The man had a terrible year.
Canadian pappu is far behind in polls; he needs an escape. That's all there is to it.
 

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let me add more,
amid upcoming elections there in 2025, he's already facing lowest popularity ratings ever, clear indication of his loosing if polls are conducted at this moment
so he's gone back to usual rhetoric of "Canada is the Best Country in the World" (no joke) and going around in public events like sports and all to try to get some popularity

he is also averse of Trump winning 2024 elections there, as he made comments how Trump's win would mean "unpredictability" for US-Canada relations with words like "We don't know exactly what he'll do ... obviously, Mr. Trump represents a certain amount of unpredictability"
His popularity is inconsequential.

Canada to the US is similar to what Bhutan is to us - they exist solely to serve the former. Justinder Trudwal is merely a facade that will be replaced if the GAE's objectives are not met. The next leader will also conform to the GAE's demands, by improving domestic policies to pacify the disgruntled population but maintaining a hostile outward approach towards India nonetheless. Expect nothing more.

While Trump and Vivek might attempt to reduce anti-India rhetoric, they cannot indefinitely resist the GAE, who hold influence over the State Department, Pentagon, and numerous top oil & gas, defense, and tech companies.

Our conflict is with the GAE. Once they are done with Canada, they will move on to others, utilizing a similar tactic as with Russia, using Georgia and now Ukraine. This creates the impression that various unrelated countries have issues with us, portraying us as picking fights with "everyone."

The only way to confront the GAE is to retaliate through third countries.

  1. Encourage Arnab, Palki, Roushan, and others to establish news channels in other languages across the developing world.
  2. Establish media outlets in Indonesia, Brazil, Paraguay, Mexico, and Vietnam to praise local leaders and criticize Western double standards.
  3. Highlight crimes, violence, etc., in the US/EU as the standard image of the country, as they do with us.

Vladimir Putin directed his narrative through the Global South, which resonated, as these countries refrained from aligning with the GAE. This dented the purported global pressure off him that he needed to regroup his military consolidate his position inside Ukraine.

Such media when opened from countries such as Mexico, Paraguay, Argentina, French Guyana, Réunion, etc., will also consumed by those Europeans tired of their own propaganda.

This will have a tremendous impact.

Its clear as daylight that it is not just Crookedeu who is doing this. There is borrowed muscle in this.

India should :-

1. Initiate investigations into Canada's state sponsored role into the murder of Indian citizens aka Air India bombings

2. Initiate investigations into Canada's role in fomenting terrorism in India & continued harboring/patronage of anti India elements

3. Initiate investigations into Canada's meddling in Indian affairs

4. Initiate investigations into Canada's meddling in Indian elections
Firstly, most of the people killed in the Air India Bombing in the 80s were Canadian citizens of Indian origin. Sure they were Indians, but legally they were Canadians. The Canadian response would be that they conducted the investigation, convicted the perpetrator who has served their sentence.

Then what?

The case will be open-and-shut with the GAE protecting Justinder from the shadows.

Let's say Amit Shah initiates an investigation and obtains the necessary evidence to prove that the Canadian government was interfering in the country's internal security matters. What would be our course of action?

  • Should we appeal to the ICJ?
  • Bring it up at the UNGA?
  • Address this with the P5?
  • Discuss it within the Quad?
All these institutions are overseen by the GAE, who will undoubtedly maneuver their subordinate out of any potential repercussions through various loopholes. Even the French authorities may struggle to enforce FATF regulations against individuals like Huggmeet, let alone Justinder.

We need to devise a strategy that holds the higher echelons accountable without adversely impacting the general population.
 
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Before Trudeau is dumped by the Canadian voters in the upcoming elections, he is definitely cook multitude of cases against India under one excuse after other. Latest being the Indian interference in Canadian elections. In fact it is the other way around where he has been paying Khalistanis to shout about their demands during Indian elections.
 

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Before Trudeau is dumped by the Canadian voters in the upcoming elections, he is definitely cook multitude of cases against India under one excuse after other. Latest being the Indian interference in Canadian elections. In fact it is the other way around where he has been paying Khalistanis to shout about their demands during Indian elections.
Certainly! Here's a revised version of the paragraph:

Canada is currently being led by Huggmeet Singh in a de facto administration. Jr. Castro's government is a coalition, with allies including Singh's NDP.

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Baby Castro wants to retain power and push the narrative of his financier George Soros and Papa Xi, both of whom have been accused of meddling in their elections and are under scrutiny.
  • His job is to make sure that the attention stays far away from China and continue making rules easier to dilute their society with woke ideology under WEF and Soros' orders;
  • Jagmeet's job is to use Kanedda's membership of G7 + 5Is and create havoc for India;
  • Other smaller partners have a goal of creating more woke nonsense for their local electorate;
As far as we are concerned, we are dealing with Jagmeet the Prime Minister. There is no point in trading barbs with Justinder when the real problem is the empty-head who is using him the way Sonia Gandhi used Manmohan Singh for her domestic politics during the Dark Decade.

Dr Jaishankar's challenge would be to figure out how to get Huggmeet off our backs and keep him from leveraging Canada's legacy memberships in powerful institutions to turn them against us. All while, holding off the GAE psychopaths, taming the UK, and keeping the Australians in our warm embrace.
 

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Canadians should be thankful that someone is trying to remove trudeau. If destiny wants to curse Canada, make joke of the canadians, trudeau will get reelected again.
It seems that you have not had much exposure to Canadians. Those residing in the US may relate to my observation that Canada as a whole tends to be very progressive, with the exception of the province of Alberta. One might liken this to a reverse of the early stages of the progressive movement in the United States, where California fully embraced liberal values while others were more reserved.

Many young Canadians view themselves as paragons of morality, believing that their standards should serve as a model for developing nations. This mindset is further encouraged by the media that they consume blessed by the United States deep state.

However, only a small minority of Canadians take a more realistic view of the world, either rooted in their travel experiences, or simply being conservative Christians of white backgrounds. Based on my experience working with a few of them, I can attest that the majority are somewhat insular, with limited awareness of events beyond their own cities.
 

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No I think they have a serious housing problem and jobs aren't really available. They are using the dispute with India to do a course correction without getting pushback from the Khalistanis who are going to find cheap labour from Punjab hard to find.

IMO, all student visa programs whether run by the US, Canada, Australia or the UK are essentially immigration scams. While the US atleast attracts a higher quality of immigration seekers, Australia & Canada are getting the bottom feeders. It's a 2 way street with both the students here and the authorities in those countries complicit in the scam. Canada is getting people primarily from Punjab & Haryana which means they are also importing gang warfare from there. Stupid idea.
 

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This will see a major course correction once Pierre Polievre comes to power. Conservatives will never sacrifice the money-making opportunity for their donors aka the industrialists.

They might also tone down the liberal aggression against PM Modi in 2025 as they’d want more trade and $$ making opportunities to open up. It however does not guarantee an Australia-like warming up.

I would say, something positive is better than all-negative.
 

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This will see a major course correction once Pierre Polievre comes to power. Conservatives will never sacrifice the money-making opportunity for their donors aka the industrialists.

They might also tone down the liberal aggression against PM Modi in 2025 as they’d want more trade and $$ making opportunities to open up. It however does not guarantee an Australia-like warming up.

I would say, something positive is better than all-negative.
Sooner the Canadian voters get rid of Trudeau, the better it is. He has played a wrong card at the behest of a few MPs and bad man NDP leader. The latter will never win power but always be a spoiler until the NDP rank and file say…,,, get lost.
 

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It seems that the matter is soon going to be buried. Justinder Singh Castro seems to have realized that he is not going to take this anywhere with us as 5-Is are pressuring him to drop the matter behind the scenes.

Outgoing Canadian NSA Jodie Thomas has expressed satisfaction that "India now co-operating with Canada following allegations, after 'fruitful' discussions".

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They did add a stinker mocking that we were quick to assure US with full cooperation unlike them, but it seems more like a face-saving measure.

I wonder what Ajit Doval told her. 😁😁

On an interesting connected note, just read the following from The Racist..er.. Economist.

I love their saltiness... another failed attempt to add us to their pariah list. These idiots will have the nightmares of the century if their stupid wish of us joining the Roos-Cheen side came true.

The British clearly have not heard of the old adage, "Be careful what you wish for.. it might just come true".


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Sooner the Canadian voters get rid of Trudeau, the better it is. He has played a wrong card at the behest of a few MPs and bad man NDP leader. The latter will never win power but always be a spoiler until the NDP rank and file say…,,, get lost.

Whether one approves or not, the political discourse in Canada concerning India has remained relatively unchanged since the 1970s. Unlike the UK, US, and Australia, which have gained greater exposure to India in strategic domains and adjusted their perceptions accordingly, Canada's narrative regarding India and Indians persists akin to the portrayal in vintage BBC documentaries - depicting the land of snake charmers.

I'm referring to the mindset in Canada. While everyday Canadians are usually friendly when you engage with them, the issue of elitism exists within their political circles. Huggmeet represents just one aspect of their political landscape. There is a significant segment of Canadian politics characterized by Khalis across all political parties.

There are two ways we can neuter this threat. I mean if the UK can be tamed, these guys are nowhere close. Increase trade as reward for the factions friendly to us. Punish those who are hostile to us.
 

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Whether one approves or not, the political discourse in Canada concerning India has remained relatively unchanged since the 1970s. Unlike the UK, US, and Australia, which have gained greater exposure to India in strategic domains and adjusted their perceptions accordingly, Canada's narrative regarding India and Indians persists akin to the portrayal in vintage BBC documentaries - depicting the land of snake charmers.

I'm referring to the mindset in Canada. While everyday Canadians are usually friendly when you engage with them, the issue of elitism exists within their political circles. Huggmeet represents just one aspect of their political landscape. There is a significant segment of Canadian politics characterized by Khalis across all political parties.

There are two ways we can neuter this threat. I mean if the UK can be tamed, these guys are nowhere close. Increase trade as reward for the factions friendly to us. Punish those who are hostile to us.
I'm curious how is this the case when Canada is awash with Indians. There are people from UP, Haryana, HP, not just Khalis. And even the Khalis project India/Hindus as 10ft Warhammer 40K type super tech laden soldiers shooting poor, innocent Khalis
 

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I'm curious how is this the case when Canada is awash with Indians. There are people from UP, Haryana, HP, not just Khalis. And even the Khalis project India/Hindus as 10ft Warhammer 40K type super tech laden soldiers shooting poor, innocent Khalis
Diaspora Hindus don't invest in political capital in the West.

They will not be able to influence any policy decisions in their favour.
 

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Diaspora Hindus don't invest in political capital in the West.

They will not be able to influence any policy decisions in their favour.
This is the reason, i read one anecdote where a certain Democrat politician considers Indian-Americans his favorite donors.
Why?
Because they demand nothing in exchange for their donations.

for e.g the Muslim donor will ask for Muslim causes ke liye phull sappot from politician.
The Armenian one will ask for support for Armenian related issues for politician
A bum-bandit donor will ask for phull sapport of his satrangi biraders and sisters.

Indian-American donor gives his donations like the Irani used to pay his jaziya, and like the Irani gets span upon by the jaziya collector for his contribution :facepalm:
 

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1.Moodijy gets gigachad status gets minor boost as supreme leader
2. India joins other superpowers us UK Russia cheen France in regime change operation.

Nothing stops bharatiya intelligence to give top secret briefing duly quoted in media, saying the long history of Canadian meddling in India.

Canadian pappu can now say sem2sem with conservatives, he thinks he has deflected his dealings with chinis by this master stroke ( Tata bye-bye khatam ) .

Stupidest move and all the more confirms why he said what he said in parliament , wanted to build up a imaginary case against India so that his dealings with chini can be obfuscated.
 

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