At the World Economic Forum at Davos 2020, global investor George Soros expressed, “Nationalism, far from being reversed, made further headway. The biggest and most frightening setback came in India, where a democratically elected Narendra Modi is creating a Hindu nationalist state, imposing punitive measures on Kashmir – a semi-autonomous Muslim region, and threatening to deprive millions of Muslims of their citizenship.”
George Soros also pledged USD 1 billion to fund a new university network to tackle the spread of nationalism in his speech at the World Economic Forum 2020 at Davos.
The target of George Soros is India under Prime Minister Modi.
Here is an excerpt that is a part of a case study conducted by Stanford University on Institutional Investors such a George Soros and Warren Buffet. The excerpt can be accessed at cs.standord.edu:
“The August 23, 1993 cover story of Business Week entitled ‘The Man Who Moves Markets’ paints the picture of an investor whose manipulation of the press is matched only his ability to manipulate his financial empire. By far, Soros’ greatest gains, however, have been destabilizing currencies on the global market. Time and time again, when a nation is in a monetary crisis, Soros is there to give the currency the last nudge, and then profit as it plummets. He bet against Asian currencies in 1997 and the peso in 1994.
Perhaps his most brash move was taking on the Bank of England in September of 1992.
England was in a precarious position in 1992. It had an agreement with other European nations to maintain its currency within certain bounds relative to the German mark under the ERM- Exchange Rate Mechanism- system. Economic troubles had reduced the true value of the pound, but still, it was held at a rate of roughly three marks to the pound. Increasingly, England was being pressured to devalue the pound, despite treaties to the contrary. But when would they take an action so contrary to national pride? On Wednesday, September 16, Soros leveraged the entire $1 billion value of his fund and was able to take a $10 billion position against the pound.
The $10 billion bets against them were the final blow, causing the government to announce a devaluation. All told, Soros made $2 billion in profits on the trade, tripling the value of his fund, at the expense of the British government. Without a global network and precise timing to rely on, Soros could never have pulled such an extreme trade. The lesson is not to stop the development of global networks or inhibit technology growth, but to be aware of the new opportunities available to the most aggressive investors. Such assaults are clearly not in the best interests of the nations involved (Asia is still recovering from its currency crisis), and some sort of world leadership is needed to prevent individuals from destabilizing governments for their own profit.”
Twitter has taken a defiant stance against the Indian government. It has failed to comply with the new IT rules in India. Twitter took the persistent leniency of the government for granted leading to the social media platform losing its status as an intermediary platform in India. This means instead of being considered just a platform hosting content from various users, Twitter will be directly editorially responsible for posts published on its platform. Yet, Twitter remains adamant and defiant against India.
It is interesting to note that Twitter’s top four owners are: Morgan Stanley Investment Management, The Vanguard Group Inc, Blackrock Fund Advisors, and SSgA Funds Management.
The New York Times carried an advertisement that was paid for by the Justice for Migrant Women and signed by 76 organizations claiming to be concerned farmers, activists and citizens of the world. The advertisement also carries a website – www.solidaritywithindianfarmers.com.
‘We – Farmers, Activists, and Citizens of the World – Stand in Solidarity with Farmers in India protesting to protect their livelihood’.
The advertisement in the New York Times features 76 organizations. However, in the list of farmers, activists, and citizens of the world is the questionable organization – Council of American – Islamic Relations (CAIR).
Now CAIR along with the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) have been strong backers of the Stand With Kashmir global advocacy, which included billboards in the US. The aim of CAIR and ICNA is to attack the Indian government’s decision on the Abrogation of Article 370 and to create global awareness on the atrocities to Muslims in Kashmir done by the Indian government through the Indian Armed Forces.
Not known to many, but it worth noting that CAIR receives most of its funding from Qatar and Turkey. Turkey had opposed the Indian government’s decision of the Abrogation of Article 370 and has also thrown its weight to support Pakistan on the issue.
Nihad Awad is known to share a close friendship with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
CAIR was included in the list of groups identified as the Palestine Committee. The committee created by the Muslim Brotherhood was charged with supporting Hamas financially and politically in the US, according to InvestigateProject.org.
CAIR received in 2017 a total of USD 366,010 from the Open Society Foundation linked directly to global economic terrorist George Soros.
In fact in the Open Society Foundations – Community Against Hate campaign, the George Soros NGO has worked with CAIR and its different branches in the US.
The recent Farmers’ Protest in India which led to the dastardly attack on the Indian democracy on January 26th, 2021 at the Red Fort has the candid support of George Soros’ Open Society Foundation.
Amardeep Singh is the Co-Founder of the US-based NGO – Sikh Coalition. In fact he was appointed by President Barack Obama to his Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI).
Since 2014, Amardeep Singh has been working with Open Society Foundations as its Senior Program Officer. This is after he moved on from Sikh Coalition in September 2014, though he continues to remain Co-Founder.
Amardeep Singh and Sikh Coalition are important because they are playing a prominent role in the US raising support against the farm laws and for the farmer’s protests in India. Sikh Coalition website message:
“The #FarmersProtest affects the global Sikh population, and the Sikh Coalition stands with Sikhs across the United States and around the world in solidarity with those advocating for their rights, dignity, and justice. Contact your elected officials, propose a draft resolution, and take other action today.
Since the end of November 2020, protesters from the Indian states of Punjab, Haryana, and elsewhere have traveled to the outskirts of Delhi, India to protest three farm laws that will worsen the already harsh ecological and economic conditions in which they live. These farmers, seeking only to demonstrate peacefully and defend their livelihoods, were met first with dismissal–and then with violence and repression–from the Indian government.
This movement directly affects a majority of the global Sikh population, and the Sikh Coalition stands with Sikhs across the United States and around the world in solidarity with these farmers as they continue to advocate for their rights, dignity, and justice. Accordingly, the Sikh Coalition has undertaken several advocacy approaches to raising awareness and spurring action on this issue.
Tell your lawmakers in the U.S. Congress to show solidarity with farmers and condemn the Indian government’s response to the protest.
Reach out to your local, county, state, and federal government officials with our draft resolution language and ask them to stand with farmers.”
New York Times in its International Opportunities section for the job post of a ‘Senior Asia Business Correspondent carried a questionable job description exposing its bias to India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“The New York Times is seeking an experienced, enterprising journalist to lead economic and business coverage of India, an aspiring global superpower with a rich history on the cusp of a major inflection point.
India will soon surpass China in population, if it hasn’t already, and has ambitions of winning a greater voice on the world stage. Under Narendra Modi, its charismatic prime minister, India has moved to rival China’s economic and political heft in Asia, a drama playing out along their tense border and within national capitals across the region.
Domestically, India is a melting pot of people and languages grappling with difficult questions of class and wealth disparity. It has a well-educated and aspiring middle class coveted by Amazon, Walmart, and other major global companies. A new class of Indian business tycoon has won a rapt audience on Wall Street and London. Yet hundreds of millions of people are struggling for a better life for their children, and India’s once fast-growing economy is showing signs of stalling.
India’s future now stands at a crossroads. Mr. Modi is advocating a self-sufficient, muscular nationalism centered on the country’s Hindu majority. That vision puts him at odds with the interfaith, multicultural goals of modern India’s founders. The government’s growing efforts to police online speech and media discourse have raised difficult questions about balancing issues of security and privacy with free speech. Technology is both a help and a hindrance.
The position includes coverage of neighboring countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and the Maldives, each with its own rich history and complicated relations with its enormous neighbor.
We are looking for a self-starting correspondent who can explain these forces to a global audience. The position requires a strong writer with the ability to juggle breaking news, smart analysis and ambitious enterprise. We want someone eager to react quickly to news as necessary, but who is also able to write thoughtfully and deeply about important issues and events, with an empathetic ear for the people of India and the region.
The ideal candidates will have experience developing a network of journalists, a critical foundation for covering such a broad region. This position will be based in New Delhi.”
It is interesting to note that the New York Times’ top four owners are: The Vanguard Group Inc, Blackrock Fund Advisors, Jackson Square Partners LLC, and Capital Research and Management Consultancy.
In both Twitter and New York Times – The Vanguard Group Inc and Blackrock Fund Advisors are common in the top four owners list.
Besides, The Vanguard Group Inc and Blackrock Advisors partly own Twitter and New York Times, they both are also partly owned by Soros Management Fund owned by George Soros. In fact, Blackrock Fund Advisors owns a considerable stake in The Vanguard Group around 13.46 percent. And the Vanguard Group owns a 7.51 percent stake in Blackrock Fund Advisors.
Reportedly in 2018, Reuters reported that Soros Fund Management also dramatically boosted its shares in BlackRock Inc – the world’s largest asset management firm, overseeing $6 trillion – by nearly 60 percent to 12,983 total shares in the second quarter.
The three largest funds – Blackrock, Vanguard, and Soros’ Quantum Group of Funds reportedly manage over 80 percent of cash flows in the world. And in all George Soros has a stake.
George Soros is an economic terrorist. Soros issue is India under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Soros is a man who paints the picture of an investor whose manipulation of the press is matched only his ability to manipulate his financial empire. By far, Soros’ greatest gains, however, have been destabilizing currencies on the global market.
The defiant and biased behavior of Twitter and the New York Times is George Soros’s manipulation of the press. This is the start of ‘Operation Remove Modi’. He is the Conductor of the media Orchestra against India under Prime Minister Modi.