India’s West-ward tilt betraying Asia will fast-forward her Balkanization
by Shenali Waduge on 22 May 2013 14 Comments

Some clues are dead giveaways. When Hillary Clinton, former US Secretary of State, goes to discuss “innovative” ways to break the impasse in Sri Lanka with Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and not the Indian Prime Minister, and after 30 years the US Government has decided to financially assist Tamil refugees languishing in Tamil Nadu refugee camps, it all adds up to just one conclusion – India’s disintegration will be launched from the State of Tamil Nadu. This will kick-start a domino effect, given that troubles prevail in all of India’s borders.


Once upon a time India produced men like MK Gandhi and Subhash Bose; today India is run by a foreigner with foreign interests. However, do patriotic Indians not realize that India will witness a USSR type split even as it happily pivots to the West, thinking itself their chosen darling? The gratitude is to forecast India as high risk in the terrorist map, foretelling what’s in store for naïve India.


India has certainly been a disappointment not only to its own historic past and its heroes, but by the manner it has allowed the Western cultural revolution to usurp its Indian identity. India has disappointed the entire region and the South Asian countries in particular by the manner it has adopted an external affairs policy of destabilizing the very nations that surround it while outwardly pretending to be extending a hand of friendship. Today none of the SAARC nations realistically have anything nice to say about India, given that the roots of their problems can be placed at the door of India and its intelligence operatives. India hasn’t learnt any lessons for it continues these policies unabated. It is a disappointment to the entire Asian continent. 


When the Asian continent is well on its way to gaining world supremacy with China and Russia emerging with a very focused and clear plan for the future, it was for India to show similar leadership.


Instead, what does India do? It forges an alliance with the enemy and becomes a member of its Asian partnership that connects Japan and Australia as well. What India does not like to accept is that while the West cannot do without China or Russia, India’s strategic interest for the West comes only AFTER it has been Balkanized. Pre-Balkanization is merely a cosmetic exercise of cozying up to India in a pretentious effort to lay the foundations for the West’s agenda in Asia; India has fallen hook line and sinker.


India is today regarded as the enemy of Asia because of the policy decisions it is taking. Those decisions are prompted into action by the foreigner who now leads India while the rest of the Indian politicians simply prefer to watch the nation fall apart sooner than later. A handful merry with the riches of the nation, concerned only about the profits it makes.


The importance of Tamil Nadu given its location is one that should not have escaped the Indian radar. Nevertheless, in wanting to realize the objective of destabilizing neighbour Sri Lanka, India has ignored the greater implications of allowing Tamil Nadu to take the upper hand in Central Government decision making. The decisions of the States of India are internal and have no international element, but India prefers to allow Tamil Nadu to dictate what the Central Government should be doing – is that not why the US former Secretary of State should visit Tamil Nadu? There was a big message in this visit.


Whatever India has done and not done to Sri Lanka, we do not want India divided into bits and pieces. But India’s policy makers need to realize that all these plans of suddenly funding refugees in Tamil Nadu must be taken with more than a pinch of salt. India should know well enough how it took handfuls of Sri Lankan Tamil school dropouts and trained them into killers on Indian soil in Tamil Nadu, using retired Indian military officials whilst they were handled by Indian intelligence. These “boys” they trained and sponsored ended up as the LTTE and the rest is history. Realistically and morally, India needs to compensate Sri Lanka for every citizen whose life was lost and every property bombed for the role India played.


The situation is like that of the Jihadi rebels failing to deliver the proposed outcome in Syria. The Jihadi-West partnership is old and helped the West pocket the nations of Afghanistan, Iraq, Kosovo, Libya, Egypt and the Arab Spring. The likelihood is that these Jihadis will be transported elsewhere and India should be aware of this. The West openly funds them, trains them and supplies arms and for puppet UN, mums the word. These are all violations of every international Geneva law imaginable, but no justice prevails when atrocities are committed by the West. Outsourcing the dirty work to Jihadis is the perfect way not to compromise the lives of US and NATO troops.


Returning to the situation that befalls India – what does India propose to do about the likelihood of suffering the same fate that befell the USSR? It is in dividing India that the West will find greater access to its final destination - China. The stark difference in breaking up Myanmar using the same jihadi force under cover of Rohingyas is the Mongol DNA that China shares, giving them the warrior-like attitude of not giving in without a fight.


For India, that fight to not allow its nation to fall to bits is all but nullified with the foreigner who now takes decisions, suffocating a once powerful nation and turning it into a lackey of the West, the outcome of which is nothing India can be proud of.


Its time India and in particular Indians wake up.

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