America’s double standards are being laughed at in America itself: Trudeau should explain why he sheltered a terrorist instead of accusing India.
– There was nothing wrong in America killing Osama Bin Laden by entering Pakistan, and there is nothing wrong if India killed Niger by entering Canada. Seeing that Nijjar wanted to divide India, India has done everything right, but America has taken a strong anti-India stance on this issue. After the anti-India statement made by Trudeau, if you see the statements from the US, it will be understood that the US is not ready to consider Niger as a terrorist and is acting as if India has committed a huge crime.
The mentality of western countries including America is like we do green and others do green. This mentality of America has been exposed when tension has arisen between India and Canada over the killing of Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that Hardeep Singh Nijjar was a citizen of Canada but India violated Canadian sovereignty by killing him on Canadian soil.
America has asked India to cooperate in the investigation of the killing of Nijjar by proving the tone of Canada’s talk. The US has also made other statements in favor of Canada and has supported Trudeau’s claim that India has engaged in ‘transitional repression’. When a country intervenes in another country to suppress its own voice, it is called ‘Transactional Repression’. America has indirectly said that India is involved in the killing of Niger by illegally infiltrating Canada.
This attitude of America is a proof of its double standards and fortunately these double standards are being laughed at in America itself. Michael Rubin, who has been a top official in America’s military headquarters, Pentagon, compared Nijjar with Osama bin Laden and quipped that, just as Osama bin Laden was not an ordinary construction engineer, Nijjar was not an ordinary plumber as Canada says. Like Osama, Nijjar also had his hands stained with the blood of innocents and was involved in a number of acts of terrorism.
Rubin has also criticized Justin Trudeau, saying that Trudeau is making a big mistake considering that Khalistan terrorist Nijjar was not a man to be used as a model of human rights. There is evidence that Nijjar was a terrorist, but there is no evidence of the allegations made by Trudeau against the Indian government. According to Rubin, instead of making accusations against India, Trudeau should explain why he gave shelter to the Oak terrorist in his country.
Rubin is an American so he has avoided bashing America directly but has bashed US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken. By comparing Nijjar with Osama Bin Laden, Rubin has indirectly said that if America can enter Pakistan and kill Osama Bin Laden, India can also enter Canada and kill Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Nijjar.
Rubin is absolutely right because there is no difference between Osama and Niger. India has clearly said that India has no hand in the killing of Nijjar, but it is also a fact that Nijjar was not an ordinary citizen. Nijjar was a terrorist declared by the Indian government. He had cases related to terrorism including murders in India. Nijjar was not enjoying the right to freedom of expression as claimed by Canada but was spreading terrorism with the aim of dividing India. He wanted to create chaos and unrest not only in Punjab but in other parts of the country.
Theoretically, Niger’s intentions were even more dangerous than Osama bin Laden’s. Osama wanted to establish the rule of Islam in the world but did not want to divide America. He objected to America interfering in Muslim nations so he took up arms against America and spread terrorism.
Considering what Osama did was unforgivable, there was nothing wrong in America killing him in Pakistan. Considering that Nijjar wanted to divide India, there is nothing wrong if India killed Nijjar by invading Canada. Barack Obama was president when America killed bin Laden. Obama sat with his men and watched the American operation live. When Osama died, Obama and his team celebrated as a great achievement. Although India has not done anything like that, America is killing India.
Considering that the US has taken a strong anti-India stance on this issue, India should be aggressive against the US like Canada. After the anti-India statement made by Trudeau, if you see the statements from the US, it will be understood that the US is not ready to consider Niger as a terrorist and is acting as if India has committed a huge crime.
Immediately after Trudeau’s statement, American National Security Advisor Sullivan was wise that no country can be given special concessions for activities such as Trudeau’s allegations. India should cooperate in Canada’s investigation into the killing of its citizen Niger. This is called nonsense because if Nijjar died in Canada, Canada should investigate him. What does India have to do with it?
After Sullivan, the American foreign minister, Anthony Blinken, also gave the same mystical advice and said that America is very worried about the allegations made by Trudeau. The Government of India should fully cooperate in the investigation into the murder of Nijjar, a Canadian citizen. After that, US Ambassador to Canada, David Cohen, has also echoed the same sentiment and said that the evidence of India’s involvement in the input given by the Five Eyes Alliance cannot be ignored.
The statements of Sullivan, Blinken, Cohen are shocking because they are not ready to consider Nijri as terrorists. India has given the complete dossier of Niger’s terror activities to Canada. Considering that Canada and the United States are close allies, although the United States also has this dossier, the United States considers Niger to be a Canadian citizen.
– America raised Canada against India?
It is ridiculous that America is accusing India of ‘transactional repression’ and saying that no country can be given special concessions on this issue. The case of Osama bin Laden is well known but there are many cases where America itself has infiltrated other countries and killed people who are not themselves. Israel, America’s ally, is ready to carry out such operations. The question has been raised as to why America is accusing India of ‘transactional repression’ when America has never objected to it by calling it ‘transactional repression’.
A section of analysts believe that America is behind Canada’s stand against India. Given that Canada does not even drink water without asking the US, it cannot take such a stance without US backing.
Indians have been flocking to Canada in large numbers over the last few years. Due to this, the number of Indians coming to study in American colleges has decreased. America has suffered a huge blow due to this. Indians are also choosing Canada for permanent settlement hence the economic interests of America are threatened. There is a discussion that America has done this game so that Indians run away from Canada and return to America.
– What is ‘Five Eyes Alliance’?
In the wake of tension between India and Canada, the ‘Five Eyes Alliance’ is in the news as inputs have been given by the ‘Five Eyes Alliance’ that India is involved in the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. According to reports published in Canadian newspapers, there is strong evidence based on communications between Indian diplomats that India arranged for Nijjar to be killed. Members of ‘Five Eyes Alliance’ have also given such evidence.
‘Five Eyes Alliance’ means Five Eyes Alliance. ‘Five Eyes Alliance’ is a kind of spy network. America, Canada, UK, New Zealand and Australia are the five members of this alliance. The ‘Five Eyes Alliance’ network is designed to exchange intelligence between these five countries and has been in operation since 1956.
In 1943, an agreement was reached between America and Britain for the exchange of matters related to intelligence and security. After World War II, this agreement culminated in an agreement. In 1946, an agreement was reached between the US War Department and Britain’s Intelligence and Security Agency Government Code and Cipher School to provide all kinds of assistance to the US forces in Europe. Canada joined the agreement in 1949, while New Zealand-Australia joined in 1956. This alliance has been working for the last 33 years.