Perhaps ‘Kudrati’ Biryani really did come from a superpower?

I will never get tired of pointing out how momentous the year 2019 was for India and the whole world. I’m not just talking about the Lok Sabha election. I’m talking about the fact that in 2019, India entered the club of the world’s five largest economies. This marks the end of one era and the beginning of another.

As a matter of principle, nobody likes a rising global power. They didn’t like it when China rose. They don’t like it now that India is breaking into the top five. In ten years, we would be in the top three. That upsets everything. The whole global order.

So it is no surprise that the global elite has become exceptionally cruel and vicious towards India. As usual, they have used their Gunga Dins in India to support and further their cause. I’m talking about the army of activists, intellectuals, op-ed writers, street protesters who have systematically undermined and shamed India for 70 years. They have always been the infantry of the global elite. Their livelihood depends on it. They are brought up on a diet of lit fests, made up international conferences, fake degrees (honorary or otherwise) in fake subjects from real universities and so on.

It’s the lobby. We all know about it. If India is sending a space probe to Mars, their job is to write a drain inspector report to make the BBC feel better.

But in the second half of the last year, it really felt different. This was not the usual ‘ragging’ that a rising power can expect from jealous elite and their water carriers. There was an unusual hard edge to the anti-India hatred that was being spread everywhere : newspaper columns, campuses, television reports and so on.

India got more bad press last year than North Korea did. The words “Hindu” and “Nazi” were declared synonymous. Not for a moment did the liberal complex back out from or temper its extreme rhetoric. “Indian state” and “Nazi Germany” were uttered in the same breath, ad infinitum. The Hindu swastika and the Nazi hooked cross were mixed together liberally. Things got so bad that supporters of Yakub Memon and Afzal Guru openly hit the streets of Delhi. And their images were passed around in major newspaper as heroes (and ‘sheroes’) of liberation!

The global elite has never cared much about Indian lives. Their infantry in India couldn’t care less. But even by their standards, the attack on India seemed excessive.

Was it a higher power pulling the strings?

Tell me who benefits the most from tearing India’s image to pieces. Sure, Pakistan does benefit, but that’s all psychological. Pakistan will never be a credible military, diplomatic or economic opposition to India.

And more importantly, Pakistan simply does not have the money to buy this many infantry.

But there’s someone else. How about Pakistan’s sugar daddy?

We tend to forget that when Article 370 was removed, Pakistan was not the only country to protest. There was another, much more powerful nation that was opposed to India “unilaterally” altering the administrative setup on the ground.

They have both motive and resources. If the world gets the impression that India has done something terrible and anti-human in the Jammu – Kashmir – Ladakh region, they are in a position to take advantage of it. With actual troops on the ground. And right now, they may be doing just that.

And they have the resources to buy up global and domestic opinion in bulk. Think of all the prizes, awards and honors being doled out for defaming India in Kashmir. Think of the sponsored vacations for intellectuals and activists and all the loaves and fishes they are getting from international media and academic bodies. Most of those prestigious institutions are full of spies anyway, who are receiving lakhs of $$$ stashed away in secret foreign bank accounts. Coronavirus has exposed at least that much.

In India, we often marvel at the power and reach of the so called ‘ecosystem.’ It often goes something like this:

Day 1: Some previously unknown X puts up rumor on Twitter accusing India of some crime against humanity in Kashmir

Day 2: X is giving interviews to at least 5-6 foreign media channels.

Day 3: X gets an invitation to speak at some top foreign university.

Day 4: X receives some prestigious journalism award.

In five days, X is all set. He or she goes from having debt with the local grocery to being a highly paid international superstar. So called “dissenters” who sit in five star hotel lobbies tweeting about how terrible their lives are under Modi’s ‘fascist’ regime.

Well, guess who can make all these goodies appear with their pocket change?

I would say take a look around. Look again at every person with any level of institutional power who has been oddly incensed about Art 370 in the last several months. An intellectual, an activist, a writer, a filmmaker, anything…

Take a moment and ask yourself: what would this man or woman do for 1 lakh rupees? Maybe the person is too highly placed to care about 1 lakh rupees. Ok, how about 10 lakh rupees? How about 1 crore rupees? How about a million dollars?

You know which country could afford to spend even one billion dollars and not even notice? That’s 1000 chunks of one million dollars each..

So take a look around and ask yourself how many of these people could have been purchased. Some of these folks are so cheap they don’t even want any money. They’d be suckers for some title or award or even a laudatory tweet from some foreign institution. The former can be arranged for less than $1000. The latter would cost under $10.

I know ‘kudrati’ biryani became a punchline to many jokes in right wing circles, after some low IQ liberal protester gave a particularly hilarious interview to a reporter. How can biryani drop from heaven? But perhaps the simpleton wasn’t so wrong in his observation after all. Perhaps ‘kudrati’ biryani really did come from a ‘higher power’ — how about a superpower? It’s time to take this even more seriously.

7 thoughts on “Perhaps ‘Kudrati’ Biryani really did come from a superpower?

  1. Styxhexenhammer666

    Twitter is nuts.

    When the looting starts the shooting starts

    not surprised at looting and race riots

    with police stood down,
    at some point if national guard does not get involved citizens will….
    Use their weapons to defend themselves and their property.
    Kids ans revolver at home what will I do if an armed mob comes down
    the street trashing everything…. They will be taking lead

    I will be defending my family, you want my little kids torn apart by a mob

    added by me….. or girl children being gang raped, ignored by authorities and the law

    @6.25 ==>> COPS SHOULD LEAVE THEIR JOB, if they are not going to do their
    jobs…… (yes sitting around ignoring girls getting raped in the case of the UK)…
    tell the mayor to get lost

    FLAG MARCHES will be happening everywhere; USA/INDIA/UK/EUROPE

    This will be the only way a civilized society will deal with FLICs
    Fake Liberals Islamist Communists

    gird your loins

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  2. India may become a superpower and/or come in at number three economically in the world, but India will never become Israel. Any number of Petro-dollars or ‘Kudrati’ Biriyani will not find even 0.1 percent of Jews to hate fellow Jews or Israel country.

    I read somewhere that in the last few years, at least five Chinese professors from highly prestigious universities in America have been deported on the charges of spying for China.

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  3. So big superpower was evicted.

    It is hard to understand why China is humiliating itself again and again like this. 1962 was an aberration due to Chacha and it is not going to happen again. Chinese are not a martial race, made in China weaponry is no good and they dont train with US/Europe/Russia like India does. And they are particularly vulnerable to getting choked in the Malacca Straits where India can enforce a no-go for Chinese ships.

    Given the severe geographical limitation it has, China should agree to fix borders with India, leave Pakistan to its own fate and lead a happy life instead of repeatedly getting humiliated like this.

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  4. Off topic: See one more example of the spin in the MSM to make commie left Kerala appear better than what it actually is.

    https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/keralas-free-internet-project-to-be-commissioned-in-december-cm/articleshow/76104792.cms

    “Kerala is the first state to declare the internet as a fundamental right of the citizen. As part of this, the K-FON project was launched to provide quality internet free of cost to the poor and at affordable rates to others”. Again the commie mentality at work. This means that the “affordable rates” category people will be charged high rates to subsidise the poor category who will be determined by the commies. All commies will be classified under poor category so that they enjoy free internet at the cost of others! You see commies and leftists in India (or for that matter most places in the world) do not do any productive jobs and earn their living and mooch away from the earnings of hard working people. So all such moochers will be classified as poor to be provided free internet paid for by other hard working people.

    Commies and leftists are good at hiding their agenda with an altruistic mission statement that seemingly is centred around their concern for the poor. In reality, commies and leftists want to enjoy freebies in the name of the poor and the actual poor usually end up with nothing. Since when has the internet become a fundamental right? Just by saying its a fundamental right it cannot become a fundamental right. Access to technology by any stretch of imagination cannot be a fundamental right as the state cannot guarantee it because it involves huge expenditure to make any technology available to all at state expense. There are so many other needs that require more immediate attention. Kerala is a bankrupt state kept alive by remittances from non residents of the state. There is just no revenues to meet basic needs and yet the Kerala commies are grandstanding by announcing such dubious schemes that benefits no one but themselves.

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    1. Such a scheme will jeopardize Kerala’s main source of income, the remittance from Gulf countries when the people sending remittance will realize that their hard-earned money is used for dole out by the Commie government. The Commies are forgetting that everything that comes for free loses appreciation in short duration but brings out a nasty reaction when stopped. On the other hand, those who pay a higher cost to subsidize other people (lazy or not), the resentment lasts for ever.

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    2. “Commies and leftists are good at hiding their agenda with an altruistic mission statement that seemingly is centred around their concern for the poor.”

      Actually the Indian communists are a strange breed not found anywhere else. The communists in Russia and China are very patriotic and nationalistic. They are also fond of science and math. Indian communists are unpatriotic and fond of only politics and journalism. The Ram Guha types. Maybe they are not communists. Maybe they are just Asuras and Rakshashas.

      Kerala took the lead in making alcohol a fundamental right. Now Internet is a fundamental right. So that people can just gossip and booze. And wait for the next cheque to arrive from the gulf. This is the land that gave India the philosopher Shankaracharya and a brilliant mathematician in Madhava of Sangamagrama. When Hinduism moves away from an area, darkness starts enveloping.

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