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Social Media modus operandi of commie cabal

3 attempts in 3 hours by NDTV. Hope they get it right in the 4th.

First 2 tweets deleted after achieving the goal.

Alleged News Channel deliberately misquotes him. Usual suspects pick it up and circulate widely. Channel silently deletes the tweets. Job done. Perfectly executed.

NDTV deleted this cropped video but the propaganda goes on using the same.

4th and final attempt it seems.

Thread By: Darshan Pathak

Cyber Social Swarming Precedes Real World Riots in Leicester

A Tweets thread by Network Contagion Research Institute

NCRI’s new report “Cyber Social Swarming Precedes Real World Riots in Leicester: How Social Media Became a Weapon for Violence”

Finding:

Our report found that social media platforms were central to agitation and fomenting real world violence against vulnerable populations in the U.K. In this thread, we use machine learning, natural language processing, network analysis, OSINT and classification to investigate.

NCRI developed a timeline describing notable events and malicious narratives. Malicious online narratives, many since deleted, played an essential role in instigating attacks in Leicester.

Malicious Narratives around “Hindutva Dominance” Underscored Cyber Swarming activity – recruit followers from the virtual world to mobilize into real world protests and violence in Leicester.

These narratives exploded and Topic Networks show that these dominance themes became top associations with the term “Hindu” overall on Twitter.

Inauthentic bot-like activity disseminated both Hinduphobic and Islamophobic messaging. Using NCRI’s tools, we found evidence of bot like accounts that disseminated both anti-Hindu and anti-Muslim messaging throughout the violence, projecting the other community as responsible.

Network of concentrated reactivity and blame towards Muslims took shape in India in response to these events.

Using ConfliBERT and HateBERT, we found numerous calls for violence, with roughly 70% of these calls targeting Hindus and 30% targeting Muslims

This incident illustrates the need to develop an early warning system to communicate information threats impacting vulnerable communities.

Moving forward, information threats can be shared with local community leaders and LE officials so they can act collaboratively to address false narratives that can lead to real-world violence.

Who runs the Delhi government?

A thread by Vijay Patel

  1. Who runs the Delhi government?

Who makes policy for Delhi?

Who is behind the Arvind Kejriwal?

2. In 2003 Abhijit Banerjee was appointed as a ‘Ford Foundation’ International Professor of Economics at MIT. In the same year, he founded the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL).

3. Between 2000 to 2010 Kejriwal received direct funding from the Ford Foundation for his NGOs. He has also received the Ashoka fellowship and Magsaysay Award which are also funded by the Ford foundation.

4. In December 2013 Ford Foundation International Professor and founder of Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) started to support and write articles for AAP in media!

5. In Feb 2015 during the election he wrote an article to support AAP and wrote that “anyone who cares about Indian democracy should be rooting for AAP on February 7”

6. In Feb 2015 Kejriwal formed the government and also created a think tank Delhi Dialogue Commission (DDC) to create a policy for Delhi and to run the Delhi government on their advice and plan.

7. In 2016 Jasmine Shah joined AAP and immediately he was appointed as an adviser to DY CM Sisodia. Jasmine Shah was working with Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) before joining AAP. As I said earlier J-PAL is founded by Ford Foundation professor Abhijit Banerjee.

8. AAP was working with Abhijit Banerjee hand to hand in 2017.

9. In 2018 Kejriwal appointed Jasmine Shah as a vice-chairman of DDC and gave him full policy control of Delhi!

10. In 2019 DDC signed an MOU to monitor all their schemes. This is really very crucial data but who cares? How someone can hand over this crucial data to a foreign entity?

11. It seems that from Free electricity to ‘media’ education model is developed by the ‘Ford Foundation’ International Professor of Economics at MIT Abhijit Banerjee! Later in 2019, he won the Nobel prize in economics for his J-Pal project.

12. Abdul Latif Jameel is a Family owned business house based in Saudi Arabia.

13. Now you should understand why paid news was published in USA-based NYT and Gulf-based Khaleej Times regarding Delhi Education Model!

14. Hassan Jameel, Owner of Abdul Latif Jameel was a boyfriend of Rihanna! Now you should know who could be behind that tweet of Rihanna!

15. Please note: after receiving Nobel Peace Price for economics, J- PAL has done MOU with many state governments including AP, Orissa, Tamilnadu, and Gujarat. But I didn’t find this much involvement in the policy which they have in Delhi!

16. Let’s come back to the DDC and J-PAL. This year in Feb, DDC again did a new MOU with J-PAL and gave them access to all the policy and scheme data! This should be our concern!

17. Interestingly ‘Ford Foundation’ International Professor of Economics at MIT Mr. Abhijit Banerjee was also the mastermind behind Congress’s NYAY scheme in 2019! Now, who is the A and B team of Ford foundation?

18. Iqbal Dhaliwal is now the Global Executive Director of J-PAL. He is the husband of Gita Gopinath. She is a US citizen and belongs to a communist family!

19. Arvind Kejriwal always claims that he is just a common person but all these proofs indicate that he has support from the world’s most powerful country, NGOs, Media, and all other foreign-funded entities!

20. This also proves that the designer of his freebies politics is a foreign-funded, foreign entity. They also help him to create a fake Education and Medical model by using their international ecosystem.

21. This foreign entity also designed his entire government policy. They don’t just design the policy, they also track it too! So now tell me who runs the Delhi Government?

Rishi Sunak and Earlier Hindu Heads of State

By: Ravi ji Iyer

Every Hindu felt proud when Rishi Sunak was appointed by King Charles III on 25 October 2022, making him the first Hindu prime minister of officially Christian Great Britain. England was in desperate need of a competent leader and Sunak, a practicing Hindu, came as a saviour. He was the third premier in the space of just seven weeks after Johnson’s partygate exit and Liz Truss’ mini-budget fiasco. He is a proud Hindu who has taken oath of Parliament on the Hindu holy book, the Bhagwad Gita. In 2022 Sunak and his wife celebrated the Hindu festival of Krishna Janmashtami and worshipped a cow at Bhaktivedanta Manor temple.

At the age of 42 years, he became the youngest British prime minister in 210 years history. Earlier he served as Chancellor of the Exchequer (Finance Minister) from 2020 to 2022.

His grandparents migrated from Gujranwala in modern day Pakistan to East Africa. Sunak spoke out against the racism he faced in his life and how his family struggled while immigrating to Britain from East Africa in the 1960s.

OVERSEAS HINDU HEADS OF STATE BEFORE RISHI SUNAK

Rishi Sunak is the latest in a list of one Hindu woman and Twenty one Hindu men who have been Prime Ministers and Presidents of nine different countries around the world. These countries include 3 from Asia (Fiji, New Zealand and Singapore), 3 from West Indies (Guyana, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago), 2 from Europe (Ireland and UK) and 1 from Africa (Mauritius). Seven of them are incumbent Heads of State

AWAKENING HINDU PRIDE

These Heads of State are Proud Hindus

We hope to see them as heads of state one day.

Tulsi Gabbard (31), the first Hindu ever elected to the U.S. House of Representatives took her oath of office in 2013 on the Bhagavad Gita, the Hindu scripture.

Alok Sharma England’s Member of Parliament took his oath in the House of Commons on the Bhagavad Gita in 2019.

Dr Gaurav Sharma, New Zealand’s Member of Parliament took oath in 2020 in Sanskrit – thereby becoming the first lawmaker in the country to do so.

Basdeo Panday (born 1933) was Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago for 6 years from November 1995 till December 2001. He charmed a massive 50,000 person crowd at January’s ‘Puja 2000,’ when he burst into Hanuman Chalisa, a popular Hindu song to Lord Hanuman. “Never before has a Prime Minister even attempted to pray with the Hindu community in such a real and emotional manner. By the second verse the crowd joined in. As the Prime Minister shouted at the end ‘Prem se bolo, Hanuman Ki Jai’ [‘Sing with love, Hail to Hanuman’] the crowd of thousands joined with him in a single voice that would have been heard for miles away…” In 2005, he was awarded the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman.

Kamla Persad-Bissessar (born 1952) was Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago for 5 years from May 2010 to September 2015. She was the first female Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago and also of entire Caribbean region (West Indies). She was also country’s first female Attorney General, and Leader of the Opposition, the first woman to chair the Commonwealth of Nations and the first Hindu woman and the first woman of Indian origin to be a prime minister of a country outside of India. In 2012 she surprised everyone when she bent down and touched the feet of President Pratibha Patil after being presented with the ‘Pravasi Bhartiya Samman’ award.

Chandrikapersad Santokhi (born 1959) is the present President of Suriname since July 2020. He took his oath holding Vedas and reciting Hindu Sanskrit shloks and mantras. Santokhi’s inauguration was blessed by several Hindu and Christian religious leaders.

PRAVASI BHARATIYA SAMMAN

Pravasi Bharatiya Samman (Overseas Indian Award), is granted by the Government of India to members of the Indian diaspora to honor their contributions to the countries of which they are members. The award was initiated in 2003 by the Vajpayee government.

Ten heads of state have been awarded Pravasi Bharat Samman: Rt. Hon’ble Sir Anerood Jugnauth, Dr. Navinchandra Ramgoolam, Pravind Jugnauth and. Rajkeswur Purryag (Mauritius) Basdeo Panday and Kamla Persad-Bissessar (Trinidad and Tobago), Bharrat Jagdeo and Rabindernauth Ramaotar (Guyana), Mahendra Pal Chaudhry (Fiji) and S. R. Nathan (Singapore).
HINDU HEADS OF STATE

22 Hindu Heads of State in 9 countries are:

  1. Sir Shivsagar Ram Gulam (1900–1985) was Prime Minister of Mauritius for 14 years from March 1968 to June 1982. He is widely recognized as Mauritius’ founding father. According to Various streets and public places in Mauritius bear his name. He also figures on every Mauritian Rupee coin and on the highest note tender of Rs 2,000. Monuments to him also stand in the Sir Shivsagar Ram Gulam Botanical Garden in Port Louis, and even in the village of SSR’s ancestor, near Patna, Bihar in India.
  2. Devan Nair (1923–2005) was President of Singapore for 3 years from October 1981 to March 1985. Devan Nair Institute for Employment and Employability was opened in 2014 by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to recognise his contributions to the labour movement.
  1. Lachmipersad Ramdat Misier (1926–2004) was President of Suriname for 5 years from February 1982 January 1988. “He has played a vital role in Suriname’s new democratic gestation. He brought unprecedented developments for the country”, said former president of Suriname Jules Wijdenbosch.
  2. Anerood Jugnauth (1930–2021) was Prime Minister of Mauritius for 18 years and President for 8 years between 1982 and 2017. He was made Queen’s Counsel in 1980, made a member of the Privy Council in 1983 and was knighted in 1988.
  3. Pretaap Radhakishun (1934–2001) was Prime Minister of Suriname for 264 days during 1986 – 1987 period.
  4. Ramsewak Shankar (born 1937) was President of Suriname for 2 years 333 days between 1988 and 1990. His government was overthrown in a bloodless military coup.
  5. Veerasamy Ringadoo (1920–2000) was President of Mauritius for 110 days in 1992. Earlier he was the last governor-general of Mauritius from 1986 to 1992,
  6. Cheddi Jagan (1918–1997) was President of Guyana for 4 years between 1992 and 1997. Cheddi Jagan is widely regarded in Guyana as the Father of the Nation In 1953. President Sam Hinds described Jagan as the “greatest son and patriot that has ever walked this land”. The Cheddi Jagan Research Centre in Georgetown celebrates his life and work. The Cheddi Jagan International Airport, the primary international airport of the country, has been renamed after Jagan.
  7. Basdeo Panday (born 1933) was Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago for 6 years from November 1995 till December 2001.
  8. Navinchandra Ramgoolam (born 1947) was Prime Minister of Mauritius for 14 years between 1995 and 2014.
  9. Mahendra Chaudhry (born 1942) was Prime Minister of Fiji for 1 years 8 days from May 1999 to May 2000.
  10. Bharrat Jagdeo (born 1964) was President of Guyana for 12 years from August 1999 to December 2011. At the age of 35, he was one of the youngest heads of state in the world. During his tenure as president, major economic and social reforms were initiated in Guyana. When he relinquished office, Guyana had experienced five consecutive years of strong economic growth, often out-pacing other South American countries.
  11. S. R. Nathan (1924–2016) was President of Singapore for 11 years 364 days from September 1999 to August 2011. In 2018, Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS), was renamed the S R Nathan School of Human Development (NSHD) to recognise his advocacy of social and community causes. In 2012, the Government of India conferred the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman (Overseas Indian Award) to Nathan in recognition of his contribution in building closer links between Singapore and India.
  12. Sir Anand Satyanand (born 1944) was the Governor-General of New Zealand for 5 years from 2006 to 2011. This post is equivalent to that of a President. Since returning to private life, Satyanand was Chair of the Commonwealth Foundation for two 2-year terms. He then led the Commonwealth team in observing the National Elections of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea. Satyanand received the Rotary International Award of Honour in 2011.
  13. Kamla Persad-Bissessar (born 1952) was Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago for 5 years from May 2010 to September 2015.
  14. Rabindranauth Ramotar (born 1950) was President of Guyana for 3 years from December 2011 to May 2015.
  15. Kailash Purryag (born 1947) was President of Mauritius for 2 years 312 days from July 2012 to May 2015.
  16. Pravind Jugnauth (born 1961) is the present Prime Minister of Mauritius for more than 5 years since January 2017.
  17. Leo Varadkar (born 1979) was Taoiseach or Head of government of Ireland for 3 years from June 2017 to June 2020. Leo Varadkar (son of Dr Ashok Varadkar) has visited India on a number of occasions. He completed his medical internship at KEM Hospital in his father’s childhood city of Mumbai. One of Varadkar’s first acts as Taoiseach or Head of government of Ireland, was to announce a referendum on abortion for 2018.
  18. Prithvirajsing Roopun (born 1959) is the current President of Mauritius since December 2019. 21. Chandrikapersad Santokhi (born 1959) is the present President of Suriname since July 2020.
  19. Rishi Sunak (born 1980) is the present Prime Minister of the United Kingdom since 25 October 2022.

Reaction to Rishi Sunak by Indian Muslim Leaders

Indian Muslim leaders have maintained dead silence over inhuman atrocities on fellow Muslims in China. But they were quick to demand that a Burqa and hijab-clad Muslim woman should become Prime Minister of India while making it clear that no Hindu man or woman can ever become Chief Minister of Kashmir as it is a Muslim majority state. London has a Muslim mayor of Pakistan descent. Will the Muslims demand a Hindu or Christian Mayor in Pakistan.

References:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pravasi_Bharatiya_Samman
https://www.hinduamerican.org/blog/all-about-the-hanuman-chalisa
https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/nri/nris-in-news/trinidad-and-tobago-prime-minister-kamla-persad bissessar-touches-pratibha-patils-feet/articleshow/11427926.cms?from=mdr
https://swarajyamag.com/insta/it-pays-homage-to-all-indian-languages-new-zealand-mp-dr-gaurav sharma-takes-oath-in-sanskrit
https://theintercept.com/2016/05/07/londons-new-mayor-sadiq-khan-hailed-uk-pakistan/ https://www.thehindu.com/news/tulsi-gabbard-takes-oath-on-gita/article4273791.ece

Remembering a social movement in 1917 against untouchability in coastal Andhra

Courtesy: South First

Bhagya Reddy Varma of Hyderabad (left) and Sundru Venkaiah of Eluru were some of the prominent SC leaders who took part in the 'Adi Andhra Maha Sammelanam' from 4 to 6 November in Vijayawada in 1917 as part of a social movement against untouchability (Supplied)

Not many know that a social movement to eradicate untouchability took place in Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh 105 years ago, much before Mahatma Gandhi who spearheaded India’s independence struggle launched the Harijan Movement in 1932.

The coastal Andhra region in the then Madras province has been called a progressive society due to the emergence of social reformers like Kandukuri Veeresalingam who advocated widow marriages and fought against the dowry system.

A movement aimed at eradicating untouchability was also taken up in coastal Andhra by leaders such as Vemuri Ramji, freedom fighter Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao — also the founder of the oldest Telugu daily ‘Andhra Patrika’ and Amrutanjan Balm — and Unnava Lakshmi Narayana, writer of the novel ‘Malapalli’.

“They focused on the eradication of untouchability and educating the Harijans (now referred to as Dalits) through a sustained social campaign. Many meetings of various social groups were conducted across the coastal districts to highlight the need to take Scheduled Caste people into the mainstream of society. The culmination of this was a three-day state-level meet in Vijayawada in 1917 from 4 to 6 November,” retired academician and social activist Duggaraju Srinivas Rao told South First.

Vemuri Ramji (left), Kasinadhuni Nageswara Rao (centre), and Unnava Lakshmi Narayana were among those who began a social movement in coastal Andhra to eradicate untouchability (Supplied)

A report in ‘Andhra Patrika’ about 1917 meeting

Srinivas came to know that such a movement against untouchability in Andhra had taken place in the coastal districts more than 100 years ago when he read a small booklet published by a social organisation called ‘Samajika Samarasata Vedika’.

Srinivas was looking for information about the social movement against untouchability when he found a newspaper report by ‘Andhra Patrika’ in which there was a detailed description of the 1917 meeting in Vijayawada including a verbatim report of the speeches made by the participants.

The report in ‘Andhra Patrika’ about the ‘Adi Andhra Maha Sammelanam’ from 4 to 6 November in Vijayawada in 1917 (Supplied)

SC leaders in a horse-drawn cart

“During the three-day meeting held from 4 to 6 November in 1917 called ‘Adi Andhra Maha Sammelanam’, SC leaders such as Bhagya Reddy Varma and Sundru Venkaiah were taken in the horse-drawn cart of Ayyadevara Kaleswara Rao, then a member of Madras Assembly, through the main streets of the town with the other so-called forward caste people leading the procession on foot. That was a scene that was never seen earlier,” added Srinivas.

The other highlight of the 1917 meeting in Vijayawada was the public apology expressed by a group of forward community leaders such as Nallapati Hanumantha Rao to the SC people assembled for the treatment they were subjected to all those years, he said.

Ayyadevara Kaleswara Rao (Supplied)

The prominent SC personalities who were invited and took part in the three-day event were Bhagya Reddy Varma of Hyderabad, Sundru Venkaiah of Eluru, and Vemula Kurmayya of Vijayawada.

The problems faced by the SC community and the demands that were to be put forth before the then-colonial rulers were discussed in the meetings.

A few resolutions about their demands such as social respect from others, establishment of schools in the areas where they lived, and provision for participation in panchayat decision-making were also passed.

Vemula Kurmayya (Supplied)

1917 meeting against untouchability in Andhra: Commemorative event on 6 November 2022

A commemorative meeting is being organised for the first time in Vijayawada on 6 November 2022 to mark the 105th year of the ‘Adi Andhra Maha Sammelanam’.

“Though there have been efforts to bring in social balance and eradicate untouchability in the last 72 years with the spirit of the Constitution, there has been no progress along expected lines. At this juncture, it is appropriate to hold such commemorative meetings to continue that social spirit and also take inspiration from our predecessors,” Samajika Samarasata Vedika president Sri Vishnuvu told South First.

The 6 November event is being conducted at Sri Siddhartha College auditorium in Mogalarajapuram by Samajika Samarasata Vedika.