Trudeau accuses Indian government of involvement in killing of Canadian terrorist

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False flag kara lo.. ab

For staying relevant
No need. If you see the local news in both USA and Canada, there is a lot of violent gang activities between these groups. Whether Justinder Castro calls for a false-flag operation or not it immaterial. His agencies have already classified India as a 'threat' under Huggmeet's orders. This puts a target on the backs of all Indo-Canadians there including Hindus and Sikhs, who are called "collaborators" by the empty-spaces. There are Hindu and Sikh Canadians who are there in the politics but their voices are muted compared to the radical empty-spaces. The Empty Spaces know that their status as a G7/5I nation forces US deep-state controlled Western media to whitewash anything negative against India.

At this point, I wonder whether to even bother asking the rhetorical question if Castro Jr. is stupid enough to escalate this further by not calling Huggmeet's bluff or will he continue. Chances are, he will continue escalating as it gives him the power to continue with his quasi-dictatorial alarmist functions.

Destiny has given him a chance to bury the wild goose's chase once with his NSA lowering her tone.

I do not think that he got the hint.
 

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Non-pay walled link to the Globe and Mail report cited in ToI;

At this point, I think we are also dragging this along since they won't relent. They have no evidence and we know it. They are just buying time to distract their population from the immediate issues plaguing their country.

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Addressing a press briefing, MEA Spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal targeted Ottawa, asserting that "in fact, it is Canada that has been interfering in our internal affairs."

"We have seen reports of a Canadian commission investigating foreign interference... We strongly dismiss such unfounded allegations of Indian interference in Canadian elections. It is not the Government of India's policy to interfere in the democratic processes of other countries; rather, it is Canada that has been meddling in our internal affairs," he remarked.

The report emphasised the need for Canada to enhance efforts in safeguarding its democratic institutions and processes from potential foreign interference activities, including those from India.

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The bolded part - likewise we too need to safeguard ours from foreign interference, pliant/sold out NGOs, for hire intellectuals, sold out coolies etc..
 

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Dated - 8th Feb

Addressing a press briefing, MEA Spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal targeted Ottawa, asserting that "in fact, it is Canada that has been interfering in our internal affairs."

"We have seen reports of a Canadian commission investigating foreign interference... We strongly dismiss such unfounded allegations of Indian interference in Canadian elections. It is not the Government of India's policy to interfere in the democratic processes of other countries; rather, it is Canada that has been meddling in our internal affairs," he remarked.

The report emphasized the need for Canada to enhance efforts in safeguarding its democratic institutions and processes from potential foreign interference activities, including those from India.

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The bolded part - likewise we too need to safeguard ours from foreign interference, pliant/sold-out NGOs, for-hire intellectuals, sold-out coolies etc..

The part in bold is a polite way of saying that the government is willing to compromise its democratic transparency, subject an entire class of its citizens to constant surveillance, and use the excuse of foreign interference to suppress any voice of dissent. It is a given that if Justinder Castro does not vacate his office next year, he will lead his country into a dictatorship.

It seems that while others are freely using words and setting examples, we are still hesitating to take action against foreign interference that directly threatens India's national safety and security. We must stop this self-imposed hesitation and show our willingness to take strong measures.
 

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This well-funded project appears to be pointing towards Turdy Castro. Their authorities recently accused India of "alleged meddling".

Why do I sense that the US deep state is taking another shot this time via the Clown Prince?

 

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This well-funded project appears to be pointing towards Turdy Castro. Their authorities recently accused India of "alleged meddling".

Why do I sense that the US deep state is taking another shot this time via the Clown Prince?

It looks ai generated, such modifications would cost millions for even a single tractor
 

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It looks ai generated, such modifications would cost millions for even a single tractor
The image is for representational purposes only. The point is that the so-called farmers have activated the tool-kit 2.0 in an election year. If the government moves in with an iron fist, the hive-minded farming community that is overpowered will threaten the re-election.

But if it doesn't take action, it will turn off the core voter base. The funding form clearly shows that most of the "farmers" are of a particular community and well-linked from overseas.

This needs to be nipped in the bud - for example, if there is some obscure clause that allows the government to appropriate the lands of these landlord goons (masquerading as farmers) away, and a few Unknown visits happen domestically, it can be sorted out.

Fear is a good motivator.
 

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Terrorist and War Criminal Haven Idiotic Banana State Canada
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Canada's China, India strategies need to be interest-driven: think tank

It appears that the think tanks in Trudistan are recognizing the limitations of the current approach taken by their national leadership towards the Asia Pacific region.

By simultaneously provoking China and India and engaging in confrontations with Russia, Ottawa is compelled to reevaluate its foreign policy. Ministers in Trudeau's administration have suggested that ASEAN could serve as a viable alternative to engaging with either of these major powers, offering relatively high, albeit slower, growth rates, and emphasizing a focus on ASEAN exclusively.

This approach is myopic, as both India and China represent significantly larger markets and offer greater potential for Canada's wealth funds, provided that they are willing to adhere to established protocols.

WASHINGTON -- By all accounts, 2023 was not a good year for Canada's relationship with China or India, the two biggest markets of the Indo-Pacific, a region the country sees as key to its economic future. Some international relations experts say a change in approach is needed.

A report published by the Canada West Foundation last week argues that "Canada needs to better pursue its interests abroad as opposed to a singular focus on being driven by values."

For instance, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government takes pride in being a climate policy leader. Some of his staunch supporters oppose the development and export of liquefied natural gas (LNG), a fossil fuel.

But Jeff Mahon, the lead writer for the report "China, the Indo-Pacific and Canada's West," told Nikkei Asia in a recent interview that Canada needs a more holistic view of emissions reduction. "It's easy to pat ourselves on the back when we're only 2% of global emissions," said Mahon, a former deputy director of the China division at Canada's foreign ministry and currently director of geopolitical and international business at consulting firm StrategyCorp. If Canada decreases its emissions by 2%, but China remains committed to coal and increases emissions by 5%, "then Canada's efforts do not matter much," Mahon said.

"If we adopt a perspective that says, 'We may increase our local emissions, but in turn, we end up bringing down global emissions because we help China move off coal,' we're really able to get to a win-win perspective," he told Nikkei.

The vast majority of Canada's marketable natural gas reserves are in the western provinces of British Columbia and Alberta.

Guarded by oceans on three sides and the world's most powerful military to its south, Canada has always been in a safe environment, Mahon said. "Sometimes we get stuck, looking too much at what's going on in Canada without reflecting on what's going on with the outside world," he said. "We're shielded from any of the types of strife that is taking place on the Eurasian continent."

Mahon said that an event in Bali, Indonesia, in November 2022 showed the limits of a domestic-focused approach to global affairs. On the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit, Trudeau held a brief, unofficial talk with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Trudeau conveyed "serious concerns" about China's alleged attempts to interfere in the past two Canadian elections.

Earlier, Canadian media had reported Trudeau had done little in response to warnings from intelligence officials about Chinese activities, which allegedly included covertly funding 11 candidates in the 2019 federal election. The prime minister was eager to show his audience back home that he had delivered a stern message directly to Xi.

The next day, Xi stopped Trudeau and complained about the discussion being described in the Canadian media, saying that was "not the way our conversation was conducted."

Canada has transparency commitments at the domestic level, which are important, Mahon said.

"However, when you get into the international sphere, you can't necessarily apply the same rules," he said. "In an international environment, sometimes conversations need to happen quietly. There are ways to get that message across in a subtle way to save face for your counterpart."



Canada had no high-level contact with China in 2023. After months of icy relations, Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly and top Chinese diplomat Wang Yi had a phone call in January, signalling a possible warming.

Yet while Joly's office noted that the two sides exchanged views on global hot spots and the importance of collaborating on issues such as climate change, Beijing laid out a set of pre-conditions for improving ties. One of them called on Canada to have the "correct cognition" of relations, suggesting that Ottawa should accept responsibility for the chill in the bilateral relationship.

Vina Nadjibulla, vice president of research and strategy at the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
(China arrested her husband in a tit-for-tat arrest for arresting Huawei's heiress.... well, well, well.... looks like the Chinese did do their homework before making the arrest :cool1: ), wrote in the report that, "While it is in Canada's interests to manage the relationship with China constructively and engage in dialogue at the highest level, we must do so in line with our national interests and without surrendering to Beijing's pre-conditions."

In September, Trudeau publicly accused India's government of involvement in the fatal shooting of a Canadian Sikh leader on Canadian soil. The slain man supported creating an independent Sikh homeland in India. New Delhi swiftly rejected Canada's suspicions as "absurd". "India was an area that the government was looking to pursue a relationship with," until the Sikh killing, Mahon said.

Following the incident, "It's become crystal clear that the old norms that Canada was accustomed to dealing with do not necessarily apply," he said.

Karthik Nachiappan, a research fellow at the National University of Singapore, slammed the Trudeau government's India policy as "all politics and no strategy," in the report. "Canada has largely dithered as our allies and partners invested in India, nurturing links to deepen access to the Indian market, use India's growth to lessen their dependence on China, and bank on India's economic rise to check China's dominance and restore balance in Asia," he wrote. "Our listless approach has cost Ottawa a viable political way to mend ties, get out of the crisis and signal our relevance to India and the wider Indo-Pacific that's grappling with intense security and economic competition."

Because Canada has other markets for its goods and services :bplease:, it is easy for Ottawa to decide to pass on India. But Nachiappan said that would be shortsighted.

"Given India's economic surge, demand will only increase for Canadian commodities, energy resources and services, all areas where western Canadian provinces and firms thrive," he wrote.
 

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Canada's China, India strategies need to be interest-driven: think tank

It appears that the think tanks in Trudistan are recognizing the limitations of the current approach taken by their national leadership towards the Asia Pacific region.

By simultaneously provoking China and India and engaging in confrontations with Russia, Ottawa is compelled to reevaluate its foreign policy. Ministers in Trudeau's administration have suggested that ASEAN could serve as a viable alternative to engaging with either of these major powers, offering relatively high, albeit slower, growth rates, and emphasizing a focus on ASEAN exclusively.

This approach is myopic, as both India and China represent significantly larger markets and offer greater potential for Canada's wealth funds, provided that they are willing to adhere to established protocols.
Concluding statement of article by another Canadian think tank on Canada Indo-Pacific pivot :

"Cold-shouldered by India, and marginalized by AUKUS and the Quad grouping, Canada remains an Indo-Pacific wannabe, clinging to its alliance coattails. Having announced an Indo-Pacific strategy, Canada has signaled its alignment and continued interest in Asia and the Pacific. However, it has yet to establish itself as a credible partner of any significance."


 

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Canada holds 'workshops' for Indian officials on rule of law
'How India defines extremism or even terrorism does not always compute in our legal system'

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They get an Indian coolie for comments - Sushant Singh.

Indian coolie/coconut Sushant Singh says -

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Absolute sold out gutter snipe filth.

As per Canada, its agencies, media& pliant sold out Indian coolies -

1. Indian anons "celebrating" "supporting" is a cause of concern
2. Canada housing, supporting elements that sponsors(ed) terrorism against India is "free speech"
3. India should agree to send its diplomats on Canadian state sanctioned workshops on "rule of law" & this should be seen as "constructive help" & not "an embarrassing act"
4. Same set of turds were crying about safety of the "diplomats" in New Delhi because some people on Internet criticized them
5. So others criticizing them is "of concern" but they hosting elements that calls for assassinations of Indian PM/diplomats is "free speec" & if you dont agree they will hold a class to school you on the rule of "law" - Basterds

From what semen has these traitors crawled out from?

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Meanwhile -

While this is happening -

‘Modi face of Hindu terror’: Khalistanis desecrate Tricolour, make ‘gaumutra’ jibe in Vancouver while Canada holds workshops for Indian officials on ‘rule of law



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Indian should immediately expel some Canadian diplomats & bring relations to even a lower level.

Pipsquek acting on borrowed muscle.

Indian should also harbor elements inimical to Canadian interests & who call for banging up for Canadian PM etc...after all free speech is a two way street.
 
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