Fury in India after Greta Thunberg appears to share a little too much info on protests she helped promote

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Young climate change zealot Greta Thunberg is facing the wrath of Indian police officers and Indian citizens alike for butting into their affairs.

The controversy began Wednesday when she published a “toolkit” to Twitter to help activists support ongoing farmer protests in India.

That in itself was already an overstep, according to many Indians, given that a Swedish 18-year-old is thought to have no business involving herself in their country’s affairs.

What made it worse was the discovery that Thunberg had accidentally embedded in the toolkit a script of ‘how-to’ instructions directed at her on how to mobilize the public in support of the farmer’s protests.

This discovery was made and shared by Republic TV, an Indian news channel. After being exposed, Thunberg deleted her tweet.

What made the discovery so offensive to Indians was that it proved that Thunberg’s interest in the farmers’ protests wasn’t organic — rather, it was part of a larger “propaganda campaign” that’s being applied “to undermine India.”

The point by point instructional nature of the deleted ‘toolkit’ indicate that a well-funded and well-planned propaganda campaign has been at work to undermine India. The ‘toolkit’ establishes there was nothing organic about the protests,” Republic TV explained.

The discovery further proved that the deadly riots that erupted in India on Jan. 26th, which was supposed to be the holiday Republic Day, also weren’t organic.

“The 6-page document shared by Greta Thunberg seems to have been in circulation since early January as it includes plans to intensify the protests on January 26, on the occasion of Republic Day, when violence broke out on the streets of the national capital,” Republic TV reported.

“The document seeks ‘on-ground action’ by exhorting people across the globe to protest outside the closest Indian embassy in their region and share pictures of the same.”

Combined, these findings have inspired the rage of India, with Indians of all stripes tweeting the hashtags #IndiaAgainstPropagana and #IndiaTogether against Thunberg and others, including terrorist-sympathizing singer Rihanna, who’ve been tweeting anti-Indian propaganda.

Look, and take note of the blue check marks:

The shared anger grew so great that the Delhi Police, the law enforcement agency for the nation’s capital, allegedly filed criminal charges against Thunberg.

“Delhi Police have registered a case against Swedish teen climate campaigner Greta Thunberg under Sections 120B and 153-A of the Indian Penal Code (OPC) on charges of “criminal conspiracy and promoting enmity,” The Tribune, an Indian newspaper, claimed.

“According to the sources the charges that the young activist now faces include ‘conspiracy‘ and ‘promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language… and acts prejudicial to maintenance of harmony,'” the report noted.

However, other sources have claimed that the charges are aimed at the producers of the toolkit, not Thunberg herself.

What’s known is that the climate change zealot deleted her original toolkit tweet and replaced it with a new toolkit that doesn’t contain the revealing instructions to her:

Moreover, she dismissed the Indian people’s outrage by portraying herself as a victim of “hate.”

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Indians did not respond kindly to her bad attitude.

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Vivek Saxena

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