Insightful newsletter of Drishtikone: Issue #207 - Zombie Mink and Liberal Terror backers
Canada has been the hotbed of terrorists and their sympathizers for decades. All sanctioned by the government. So, Canadian rants on 'human rights' get quite irritating given their bigotry and racism
“Political correctness is fascism pretending to be manners.” ― George Carlin
Those who purport to “do good” are the ones who have created the greatest havoc in the world. Once they have anointed themselves as the keepers of our conscience, on the back of the power of media and sociopathic brute force of the state, they can then kill anyone with complete impudence. No questions asked. And, this turd comes wrapped in the choicest of muslins of liberalism.
Growing up in the 1980s and 90s, with terrorism in India at its peak and the most brutal, one was struck with the contradictions that the world presented. It was obvious that these terrorists who were pulling people out from buses and trains and butchering them in the name of religion were vile and violent animals. Yet they would readily find refuge in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Canada. Actually, they would get asylum. Those who were espousing ideologies to kill others as a matter of their right were being sheltered in these countries. All in the name of - Freedom and Justice.
You knew that these moral ideals had no meaning in the real world. In fact, I realized very early in life that anyone who as much as uttered these words were to be suspected of the most egregious crimes. To date, none of those do-gooder scoundrels have disappointed me.
What is astonishing is that these Western scoundrels continue with their support of violence and terror as if it is a gift to mankind. Only because it hurts and kills someone in another, often poor country. White imperialism is not dead. It just got a liberal makeover.
mutant virus and zombie mink
In our December 3rd edition - Issue #195 - Mirage of Post-COVID world - we had discussed how a new set of mutated strains of Coronavirus was spreading in Europe and has the ability to transmit much faster. That threat is now real.
A new strain of Coronavirus - called VUI-202012/01 - has spread from the UK to five countries - Denmark, Gibraltar, the Netherlands, Australia, and Italy - already. There have been some reports of it being in Belgium as well, but they are as yet unverified. In South Africa, a similar strain to the one in the UK has been found, although it’s tough to say whether it has the same origin.
Over a dozen countries including India, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, and Canada – have banned travel to and from the UK. It is part of an international reaction to contain the mutant strain of Coronavirus. France also shut down the UK-France Eurotunnel on Sunday night.
It has been spreading at a very fast pace.
The virus is now mutating and new strains will start hitting “the market” with different capabilities. This one is being touted to become the dominant strain pretty quickly.
When asked on Sky News whether the mutant coronavirus will become the dominant strain around the world, Professor Semple said: 'I suspect it will, or strains like it will. 'Because the virus has the evolutionary advantage in transmitting more quickly, it will out-compete all the other strains, and so it will naturally do that. 'As immunity comes into the community more widely, then you'll start to see more pressure on the virus and you're more likely to see other escapes of other variations.' (Source)
The mutant strain is up to 70% more transmissible than the regular one.
Some reports suggested that this strain may have been contracted by people from mink farms in Denmark. Denmark has always been the top exporter of mink to luxury fashion labels. Its pelts are in high demand due to high breeding standards.
Earlier in November, there was a massive culling done of the farmed minks in Denmark. (Source) But the minks that were killed and buried in huge pits during the coronavirus cull in Denmark have begun rising from the grave after gases released during decomposition caused their bodies to swell. Partly the soil where the minks were buried is to be blamed.
Now it seems that millions of dead minks will be dug up from mass graves and burned in waste incinerators. The ‘Zombie Mink’ will now be burnt up to avoid the hazard that burying it created. (Source)
Nazi, Nazi everywhere - Fascism, Liberal ishtyle
Chrystia Freeland is Justin Trudeau’s “minister of everything”. Her portfolio has been wide and it comprises many areas:
National Unity. That’s interesting.
For, in March 2017, she was asked about her family’s history with the Nazis.
“It’s no secret that Russians do not like you and banned you from the country,” began the question. “Recently, there has been a series of articles in pro-Russian websites about you and your maternal grandparents, making accusations that [your grandfather] was a Nazi collaborator. I’d like to get your view—is this a disinformation campaign by the Russians to try to smear you and discredit you, which they have a tendency to do?” (Source)
To this she went all over the place - Russia is destabilizing governments and countries yadda-yadda.
So, was her grandfather a Nazi collaborator, or wasn’t he?
The truth was that he was. Her maternal grandfather, Michael Chomiak, or as he was known in Ukrain as Mykhailo Khomiak was a journalist before the Second World War. Later he became the Chief Editor of the antisemitic daily newspaper Krakivs'ki visti (News of Krakow). (Source)
So what does Freeland have to say to this?
"This is a sign that Russia has now interfered in our affairs. And it's an ominous sign they've delved so deeply." (Source)
Sure. Everything that is inconvenient to the Western liberal bigots and fascists is the work of “Russian propaganda”.
She never denied nor did she say what happened was bad. Instead, she dodged the questions and went about throwing Russia as a shiny object! (Source)
Why is this important?
Because every year a UN resolution comes to the floor for voting. And for years, regularly 3 countries have voted against it. The US, Canada, and Ukraine.
What is this resolution?
Combating glorification of Nazism, neo-Nazism and other practices that contribute to fuelling contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance: resolution / adopted by the General Assembly
For some reason, these three countries have been consistently voting against the attempt to combat the glorification of Nazism and neo-Nazism.
Aah, the US vote must have been because of Trump’s love for neo-Nazis. Right? WRONG!
For 4 years on the trot, President Obama voted against it. (Source)
Most of the Western countries have been abstaining from the vote. Better than US and Canada, but just about.
You know with the extreme right-wing Christian fundamentalists and White nationalists you know where they stand. There is no pretense about what they value and why.
The problem with so-called “Western Liberals” is that they are every bit as much of racists as their right-win brethren are. But they go around spinning things in “politically correct” lingo to fool everyone.
That is a whole different level of fascism.
That is why when jokers like Justin Trudeau who have Nazi sympathizers as their most powerful ministers while he invites terrorists to his public meetings in India, start talking of “human rights around the world”, you know the reality of his devious self.
Can you please spare the crap, Justin?
Canada - a terror hotbed
The fact is that Canada has always been the hotbed of terrorism, as the government has constantly brushed terrorism under the carpet.
From Khalistanis to the hard-core Al Qaeda sympathizing Islamists like Farhat Hashmi who have used books from Syed Qutub, Maulana Maududi, and Hassan Al-Banna to justify jihadi terrorism - everyone has found a home in Canada. All in the name of freedom and self-determination.
Munir Saami laments how the Canadian Government takes the word of Islamist Jihadis as more representative of the Muslim reality. The officials have constantly backed and saved these terrorists while ignoring those who speak the truth.
The system in Canada is rigged in favor of terrorists who devastate societies in other countries. Take, for example, the case of the Air India bombing in 1985. The investigations and paper trail by Canadian authorities led to the involvement of Babbar Khalsa. Talvinder Singh Parmar was the founder of Babbar Khalsa.
The accused - Talvinder Singh Parmar and Inderjit Singh Reyat (above, being escorted to court in November 1985) - were charged with weapons, explosives and conspiracy offences. But a lack of evidence meant that the two men walked free. Whilst Parmar was acquitted of all charges, Reyat was fined for possession of an unlicensed - and unrelated - firearm and put on probation. (Source)
The masterminds of the worst terror attack in Canadian history went scot-free. Even though Parmar was wanted in India for killing two policemen, Canada refused to extradite him. (Source) He was finally killed in 1992 in India after having confessed his role in the bombing. Along with that of the nephew of Bhindranwale.
Fifteen years after Babbar Khalsa International leader Talwinder Singh Parmar, one of the two alleged masterminds of the mid-air bombing of Air India’s Kanishka airplane, was shown as having being killed in an encounter in Punjab, retired Punjab Police DSP Harmail Singh Chandi, who nabbed Parmar from Jammu in September 1992 and interrogated him for five days before he was killed along with five others, has come forward with the claim that Parmar was killed in police custody on the orders of senior police officers, who also asked his confession record to be destroyed. In his confession, Parmar had named Lakhbir Singh Brar “Rode”, nephew of the late Bhindranwale and head of the banned International Sikh Youth Federation, as the mastermind of the bombing. Rode, who is now said to be holed up in Lahore, has never figured in the investigations of either the CBI or the Canadian authorities. (Source)
Till today Canada continues to have a continued love-affair with the Khalistani terrorists.
market corner - 10 quick bytes
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The population of leopards in India has increased by 60 percent, according to a report released by the government on Monday. The ‘Status of Leopard in India 2018’ report, released by Union environment minister Prakash Javadekar, said that India now has 12,852 leopards. (Source)
A Chinese Communist Party (CCP) official signaled Monday that there would likely be no let-up in its crackdown in the Xinjiang region, but said the government’s focus is shifting more to addressing the roots of extremism. “We cannot be complacent at this moment, because the threats are still out there,” Xu Guixiang, the deputy director-general of the Xinjiang Communist Party publicity department, said in an interview with The Associated Press in Beijing. (Source)
A top Russian scientist who was working on a Covid-19 vaccine has been found dead in suspicious circumstances in St Petersburg. Alexander ‘Sasha’ Kagansky, 45, was reported to have fallen in his underwear from a 14th-floor window of a high rise flat - and was allegedly found with stab wounds. The biologist had close links to Edinburgh University and had been working in the city for 13 years until at least 2017. (Source)
7.48 billion doses - enough to inoculate 3.76 billion people - will be there from 13 manufacturers such as AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson. 51% of these dosages will go to high-income countries such as the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Australia, and Japan, despite accounting for 14% of the global population. If all candidates were scaled up, there would be 5.96 billion courses by the end of 2021, leaving one-fourth of the global population without vaccines until 2022 (Source)
Crops growing 30 miles outside of Chernobyl are still contaminated with dangerous levels of strontium from the nuclear disaster in 1986. Almost half the grain analyzed by scientists in Ivankiv, about 30 miles from the power plant, showed levels of strontium 90 far above recommended levels. It was also present at unsafe levels in firewood and wood ash used to fertilize crops. (Source)
breath-taking capitals of Northeastern states
The Northeast region in India has been mostly ignored by the Congress governments in the 70 years of India’s independence. What could have been the most advanced and popular tourist destination was sidelined as the worst place in terms of development. That meant insurgency, rampant conversions, and disillusioned populations.
Here is a video of drone captures from capitals and main cities in the Northeast states.
Arunachal - Itanagar, Assam - Dispur, Manipur - Imphal, Meghalaya - Shillong, Mizoram - Aizawl, Nagaland - Kohima, Sikkim - Gangtok, and Tripura - Agartala.
Do check out the breath-taking video.
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