Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg found herself in a controversy after her tweets on Wednesday and revealed what an insidious plot to create chaos in India by intensifying farmers’ protests in the country.
The 18-year-old climate activist tweeted, and was then quickly removed, a ‘toolkit’ that explicitly states that the global support for farmers ‘opposition’ seems to be a well-scripted plan and anything about it Is not comfortable.
Delhi Police on Friday lodged an FIR against the creators of the toolkit that Greta Thunberg tweeted supporting the farmers’ protests in India and Section 153A (between different groups based on religion, caste) on unknown persons While promoting enmity) and was charged under section 120B (criminal conspiracy) for attempting to incite violence in India.
We have not named anyone in the FIR, it is only against the creators of the toolkit which is the subject of investigation and Delhi Police will investigate the case: Praveer Ranjan, Special Commissioner of Police (CP), Delhi Police when asked if the police #GretaThunberg’s name pic.twitter.com/NT2wu0KN9h in the FIR
The removed toolkit made exaggerated claims, such as भारतIndia has shown the world that to protect the business interests of billionaires and Adani, they will brutally arrest, arrest and kill their citizens’. It also misleads people into believing that all farmers in India are protesting, which is a lie only of the people of Punjab and Haryana, and from some parts of Uttar Pradesh, opposing new agricultural laws.
Many farmer unions across India are supporting agricultural laws, a fact that the ‘toolkit’ easily hides.
The Twitter war and apparent bid to spoil India soon opposed the tweets of several Indian celebrities like former Indian cricket captain Sachin Tendulkar. Sachin said that India’s sovereignty cannot be compromised and external forces cannot become partners.
India’s sovereignty cannot be compromised. External forces may be spectators but not participants.
Indians know India and must decide for India. Let us stand united as a nation. # IndiaTately #IndiaAgainstPropaganda
Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) February 3, 2021
However, these tweets from many cricket and Bollywood stars did not go well with some ‘liberals’ who trolled the Indian icon talking about unity and supported the government.
Untruth pedaled to discredit India
Some un-informed foreign ists journalists jumped to protect the 18-year-old climate activist and tried to brush the plot under the carpet, as if it was just a plan to help Indian farmers on social media. In doing so he not only exposes his illiteracy about Indian agricultural laws, but also lends more credibility to the belief that this seems part of a conspiracy to discredit and destabilize India.
Many people on Twitter also said that while all armed miscreants could commit violence, the document continued to refer to them as ‘peaceful’ farmers.
Despite the extreme incitement, the Delhi Police were stopped and this helped to avoid any death even during the violent Republic Day protests. A farmer who died in protest died when his tractor overturned and he tried to hit him with a barricade.
Some people on Twitter are saying that the tricky thing about the scheme is that it has been going on for months (as evident from the original The Toolkit ‘) and its purpose is to use farmers as a means of creating clutter in India. Keep it on the boil.
The description in the Kit Toolkit clearly states that this is not done in a hurry, but with the help of a well-funded, promotional machine to fire the fan and show India in poor light is.
India threw foreign celebs
India reacted sharply to comments by foreign celebrities and others on Wednesday, including pop singer Rihanna over farmers’ protests, saying some reservations about farm reforms to a very small section of farmers in some parts of the country Are and require a proper understanding of the issue. Before commenting on the movement.
“The temptation of sensational social media hashtags and comments, especially when taken by celebrities and others, is neither accurate nor responsible,” the Foreign Ministry said in a strong statement.
The MEA’s response comes after several international celebrities and activists, including American pop singer Rihanna and Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, tweeted about protests against farmers in India.
The ministry also said that India’s Parliament had passed reformist legislation related to the agricultural sector, adding that some vested selfish groups have tried to garner international support against India.
Document that climate activist has removed:
Plans to intensify protests in India
In Thunberg’s tweet, ‘Toolkit’ outlined a detailed plan on how to intensify farmers’ protests globally before 26 January. The Great Thunberg erroneously tweeted, It seems that hundreds of violent farmers attacked policemen with swords, sticks and stones and tried to drive them with tractors on January 26, long before the unprecedented outbreak in Delhi.
The document also urged people to participate in a farmers’ tractor rally which had turned violent. Many believe that Thunberg is the only pawn in it and it is being used by the Elemental to push India forward its agenda.
Removed tweet to hide Kit Toolkit ‘
Even when the document was made public, discussions on the explosive nature of the document permeated social media platforms. Soon after the document was banned from access, Twitter did not comment on the issue and Thunberg deleted her tweet.
If you want to help, India has an updated toolkit by people on the ground. (He deleted his previous document because it was out of date.) # StandWithFarmers #FarmersProtesthttps: //t.co/ZGEcMwHUNL
Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) February 3, 2021
It was clear that the mistake of making the toolkit inadvertently public forced the document’s creators to quickly edit it and put down a watered-down version that removed all references to the 26 January catastrophe, ‘fascist The ruling BJP-RSS ‘. ‘Ambani-Adani’ etc., which is the language used by a certain class of political parties and anti-conservative groups in India.
‘Toolkit’ – Ask India why. Global Farmer Strike First Wave – directed to target the Government of India and some corporate houses. It called for a TwitterStorm on 4 and 5 February, appealing to ‘monopolists and oligarchs’ such as Adani-Ambani to participate, and calling people ‘physical activity’ near Indian embassies, media houses, government buildings and Ambani. Asked to organize. -Government Office on 13 February and 14 February, and to share photos of these protests.
Supports farmers regardless of ‘hatred’
Meanwhile, soon after the Delhi Police filed an FIR against him, a distraught Thunberg tweeted that he would still support the peaceful protest ‘regardless of the farmers’ irrespective of hatred and threats. There was a sharp buzz on Twitter that it is much richer than the 18-year-old activist, as he spoke of hate after documenting hatred against India, his government and some corporates.
I still support #StandWithFarmers and their peaceful protest. No amount of hate, intimidation or human rights violations will ever change. #FarmersProtest
Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) February 4, 2021
Scripted protests, canned tweets
Several international celebrities and activists, including American pop singer Rihanna and Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, tweeted about the protest against farmers in India. But what Rihanna tweeted in favor of the farmers was accompanied by the script for it as well as the article and hashtag she attached to her tweet (see picture below).
Why are we not talking about this ?! #FarmersProtest https://t.co/obmIlXhK9S
Rihanna (@rihanna) February 2, 2021
The removed toolkit made exaggerated claims, such as भारतIndia has shown the world that to protect the business interests of billionaires and Adani, they will brutally arrest, arrest and kill their citizens’. It also misleads people into believing that all farmers in India are proteges.