The British prime minister Theresa May and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi have two things in common; their love for the Zionist entity and hatred toward Muslims. She choose India for her visit as prime minister, saying: “I chose India because of special relationship between our countries.”
May landed in New Delhi on November 6 on a 3-day visit to India to explore more trade opportunities in world’s most populated country (1.1 billion) after Britain leaves EU. According to an Oxford study, 55% of Indian population lives in poverty.
On Monday, Modi entertained May at a multi-course banquet including sumptuous curry and gold leaf rice pudding during their meeting in New Delhi.
While Narendra Modi has blood of 2,000 Muslim men, women, and children on his hands during 2002 anti-Muslim riots in Gujarat state when he was the state chief minister – Theresa May, known as an ‘Israeli tank commander’ – since beginning of her tenure as home secretary in 2010, she has been a key backer of the controversial Preventing Violent Extremism program, which was launched in the aftermath of the 2005 London bombings, an inside job. Under this strategy, Muslims unconnected to wrongdoing have been subject to surveillance and criminalization. The initiative is so stigmatizing and alienating that it was criticized by a committee of British lawmakers in 2010.
May’s actions instead of protecting Brits from terrorism, helped the pro-Israel White supremacist organizations and local police to terrorize the 5% British Muslim population.
Interestingly, a 2015 poll show that Muslims are more loyal UK citizen than Jews.
May like her predecessor, David Cameron is adored by UK’s Jewish Lobby. In 2014, as home secretary Theresa May under pressure from UK’s Jewish Lobby banned French comedian Dieudonne M’bala M’bala from entering the country to support his friend footballer Nicolas Anelka, who was disciplined for performing the famous quenelle – allegedly an anti-Jewish gesture according to powerful French Jewish Lobby CRIF.
Last year, May received the Islamophobe of the Year award from the Islamic Human Rights Commission.
India-born Sunny Hundal, British writer and lecturer on digital journalism in London, wrote at the Hindustan Times (October 29, 2016) that May’s visit to India is a post-Brexit political ploy for home consumption as India is third largest investor in Britain. He says that May as home minister treated Indian students and workers badly – making very difficult for them to enroll in UK universities and find employment after completion of studies.
Modi’s ruling BJP and its Hindu extremist allies are very mad with May for not supporting India’s claim on Kashmir. Last month in response to Pakistani-born Labour Party’s shadow minister of Justice, Yasmin Queshi’s question in the House of Commons, May said: “I take the same view as this government has since it came into power, and indeed previously, which is that the issue of Kashmir is a matter for India and Pakistan to deal with and sort out.”