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The US does not use it's judiciary for punitive measures against other countries. It uses sanctions.

It is clear to all that elements in the Indian government are on an assassination spree against enemies of the state. The US has for decades made it clear that if anyone kills is citizen, there will be repurcussios.

But U.S. do use assassination to farther its political end. The Iranian General was assassinated by U.S. Both Al Qaeda leaders were also done the same way and celebrated. There are many more examples.
 

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Your theory seems far fetched. US and Canada are not third world counties that do false flag. They may use existing crisis to their advantage but that does not mean they outright manufacture crisis.
They do and have been doing so for years,but the difference is that they dont(almost every time) get caught doing so.
 

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They do and have been doing so for years,but the difference is that they dont(almost every time) get caught doing so.

Yeah sometimes it gets too big and impactful for even them to cover up later. WMD allegation with Iraq. Gulf of Tonkin. So many more I could list.

Canada is also no bed of roses either with black intel sites in AFG war and stuff that went down there. Inside Canada all kind of BS has happened under deliberate manufactured govt policy (till very recent years even) incl false flags but so much else regarding native tribes and also Quebecers.....forget street gang regular stuff (RCMP once managed to pit like 4 or 5 of them against the Hells Angels to get rid of HA as threat).

Anyway in Turkish context there has been a lot of info over time I learned on what US/West manufacture crisis and pressure wise in underhanded way..... from members like @GoatsMilk , @Kartal1 and others too.
 

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But U.S. do use assassination to farther its political end. The Iranian General was assassinated by U.S. Both Al Qaeda leaders were also done the same way and celebrated. There are many more examples.
Yes. The US has been doing that for decades and there is nothing anyone can do about it. And we have been doing it in Pakistan and Pakistan can do nothing about it.

This is not about morals. This is about power. We could have got away even if we did it to Canada. But you have to be a lunatic to do it to an American.
 

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Defogging the Confused US Mind about India

Americans must reflect on their overseas actions, particularly targeted killings like those of the Iranian general, Osama Bin Laden and his deputy orchestrated thousands of miles away. Also the Israelis who recently orchestrated the assassination of the deputy head of HAMAS in Lebanon. In the seventies, Canadians played a role in the FLQ leader's assassination in Paris. Instances of terror and political assassinations, conducted by the U.S. and other countries with apparent impunity, are marked by denials.

As elections approach, President Biden and the Democratic Party emphasize a value-based global order, intending to punish those diverging from their directives. In this context, India faces scrutiny for choosing affordable Russian oil and dissenting from the American stance on the Ukraine conflict. Despite no harm done in the Pannu Affair, they portray themselves as global order defenders, selectively enforcing it for domestic voter appeasement.

The term "selectively" highlights their oversight of Pakistan's double-game strategy during the Afghan War, now overlooked for artillery shells in the waning days of the Ukraine conflict. Pakistan’s human rights abuses in Afghanistan and Balochistan are ignored, signaling the abandonment of their purported value-based global order.

Examining Bangladesh, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, facing baseless human rights abuse accusations. She has revitalized the economy, curtailed religious leaders' influence, and rebuilt neglected infrastructure. Despite achievements, shadowy lobbyists in U.S. allegedly funded by Pakistan target her for regime change, aligning with Khalida Zia, favored by Pakistan. This aligns with their interests, purportedly influencing key figures within the U.S. State Department & Congress for a leadership change.

Geopolitical maneuvering extends beyond Bangladesh; nations not aligning with U.S. interests, like some in Latin America and even Pakistan, face complexities. Pakistan saw Imran Khan sidelined, ostensibly ousted with U.S. support.

India isn't a U.S. target for regime change, but underlying currents seemingly support the Khalistani movement or Manipur violence, lacking genuine local support, yet the West has perfected remove Modi tool kit. In next few months before the elections, it will be operationalized. It may work or not, nobody knows. The ruling party, led by Prime Minister Modi, unifies the country through democratic values hence it is difficult for any tool kit to work.

Therefore, the U.S. must introspect on how a flawed constitutional amendment prevents Donald Trump from participating in the presidential race. Allegations of a Democratic Party conspiracy holds weight, revealing the U.S. State Department as a breeding ground for unscrupulous officials.
 

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Defogging the Confused US Mind about India

Americans must reflect on their overseas actions, particularly targeted killings like those of the Iranian general, Osama Bin Laden and his deputy orchestrated thousands of miles away. Also the Israelis who recently orchestrated the assassination of the deputy head of HAMAS in Lebanon. In the seventies, Canadians played a role in the FLQ leader's assassination in Paris. Instances of terror and political assassinations, conducted by the U.S. and other countries with apparent impunity, are marked by denials.

As elections approach, President Biden and the Democratic Party emphasize a value-based global order, intending to punish those diverging from their directives. In this context, India faces scrutiny for choosing affordable Russian oil and dissenting from the American stance on the Ukraine conflict. Despite no harm done in the Pannu Affair, they portray themselves as global order defenders, selectively enforcing it for domestic voter appeasement.

The term "selectively" highlights their oversight of Pakistan's double-game strategy during the Afghan War, now overlooked for artillery shells in the waning days of the Ukraine conflict. Pakistan’s human rights abuses in Afghanistan and Balochistan are ignored, signaling the abandonment of their purported value-based global order.

Examining Bangladesh, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, facing baseless human rights abuse accusations. She has revitalized the economy, curtailed religious leaders' influence, and rebuilt neglected infrastructure. Despite achievements, shadowy lobbyists in U.S. allegedly funded by Pakistan target her for regime change, aligning with Khalida Zia, favored by Pakistan. This aligns with their interests, purportedly influencing key figures within the U.S. State Department & Congress for a leadership change.

Geopolitical maneuvering extends beyond Bangladesh; nations not aligning with U.S. interests, like some in Latin America and even Pakistan, face complexities. Pakistan saw Imran Khan sidelined, ostensibly ousted with U.S. support.

India isn't a U.S. target for regime change, but underlying currents seemingly support the Khalistani movement or Manipur violence, lacking genuine local support, yet the West has perfected remove Modi tool kit. In next few months before the elections, it will be operationalized. It may work or not, nobody knows. The ruling party, led by Prime Minister Modi, unifies the country through democratic values hence it is difficult for any tool kit to work.

Therefore, the U.S. must introspect on how a flawed constitutional amendment prevents Donald Trump from participating in the presidential race. Allegations of a Democratic Party conspiracy holds weight, revealing the U.S. State Department as a breeding ground for unscrupulous officials.
Did you write this or is there a link.

The remove modi part feels like a conspiracy theory.
 

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Defogging the Confused US Mind about India

Americans must reflect on their overseas actions, particularly targeted killings like those of the Iranian general, Osama Bin Laden and his deputy orchestrated thousands of miles away. Also the Israelis who recently orchestrated the assassination of the deputy head of HAMAS in Lebanon. In the seventies, Canadians played a role in the FLQ leader's assassination in Paris. Instances of terror and political assassinations, conducted by the U.S. and other countries with apparent impunity, are marked by denials.

As elections approach, President Biden and the Democratic Party emphasize a value-based global order, intending to punish those diverging from their directives. In this context, India faces scrutiny for choosing affordable Russian oil and dissenting from the American stance on the Ukraine conflict. Despite no harm done in the Pannu Affair, they portray themselves as global order defenders, selectively enforcing it for domestic voter appeasement.

The term "selectively" highlights their oversight of Pakistan's double-game strategy during the Afghan War, now overlooked for artillery shells in the waning days of the Ukraine conflict. Pakistan’s human rights abuses in Afghanistan and Balochistan are ignored, signaling the abandonment of their purported value-based global order.

Examining Bangladesh, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, facing baseless human rights abuse accusations. She has revitalized the economy, curtailed religious leaders' influence, and rebuilt neglected infrastructure. Despite achievements, shadowy lobbyists in U.S. allegedly funded by Pakistan target her for regime change, aligning with Khalida Zia, favored by Pakistan. This aligns with their interests, purportedly influencing key figures within the U.S. State Department & Congress for a leadership change.


I have a different view of US foreign policy. Yes, there is hypocrisy but also, this is more than that. However, i will not get into it for now.

But you analysis about Bangladesh is way off the chart. Pakistan/or the alleged pakistani lobby (and i am pretty sure they don't have any dollar to pay them right now even if there was an actually lobby) has absolutely zero to do with America's recent Bangladesh policy. And Pakistan being 'allinged' with Khalida Zia is an absurd claim. (Her husband, martyred president Ziaur rahman was literally the one who made the declaration of independence.) It shows lack of your understanding about the foreign policy perception in BD and its internal politics. To put it more simply, BNP has more cautious approach to India while BAL is uncomfortably open. But Pakistan has practically zero influence in BD's internal politics. India only supports the party that fits its interest more and easier to exploit. Which is now clashing with the broader US indo-pacific interests.

And while it is true that USA does not do anything out of the goodness of it heart to protect 'democracy' and this all about geopolitical competition, but the charges against the Sheikh Hassina and BAL are very real. She and her party literally stripped the people of Bangladesh of their most fundemental right. The right to vote. Two successive 'night' elections and the third one is about to happen soon. Additionally, facts about current government's brutal suppression of oppositions and serious human right abuses are widely supported by overwhelming evidences and verified by tons of credible independent observers. Anybody can choose not to believe it but this is their choice. It won't change the facts on the ground.

And yeah, she did such an awesome job with economy that now the country is in a recession. Not to mentioned there are likely manipulation with all those fancy numbers of how economy has been doing so good.
 
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Nicely written

I disagree with everything you have said, but will limit myself to the Modi point.

Modi has been the most friendly leader to the US we have ever had. The is no alternative leader that the US would prefer to Modi. There is no reason for the US to want to remove Modi.
 

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