The obvious question is why is this even our business?
U.S. President Joe Biden and other leaders expressed concern to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the G20 summit this month about Canadian claims that New Delhi was involved in the murder of a Sikh separatist leader in Canada, the Financial Times reported on Thursday.
Several members of the Five Eyes — an intelligence-sharing network that includes the U.S., the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand — raised the June killing in British Columbia of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a Sikh separatist leader, with Modi, the newspaper said, citing three people familiar with the discussions at the summit.
Instead of backing up Trudeau’s confrontation with India, the Biden administration ought to be a whole lot more concerned about the extensive evidence suggesting that China helped elect Trudeau.
The death of Hardeep Singh Nijjar has been heavily played up. Nijjar was a Sikh separatist figure who was killed in Canada. According to India, he was a terrorist and his movement is backed by Pakistan’s ISI. I won’t try to parse where the truth lies because frankly this is in no way, shape or form even our business.
Nijjar wasn’t an American and he wasn’t killed on our territory or in any way involving us. His movement has nothing to do with us. There is absolutely no reason for Biden to use it to undermine our relationship with India.
And yet he’s doing it anyway.
Trudeau is now in a diplomatic standoff with India (to the delight of his masters in Beijing) and Biden, whose own ties to the People’s Republic of China remain a subject of controversy decided to join the party.
If we’re going to discuss human rights, let’s start with China. Biden’s desire to initiate a conflict with India while continuing to appease China is yet another reminder that this is a corrupt administration in thrall to leftist agendas and enemy special interests.