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Anyone read the book soft target? 

Soft Target (book) - Wikipedia     

"Soft Target" is a term used by Intelligence Agencies for a country whose security system is lax and not full proof. The authors called Canada and its government in the 1980s a "soft target" as the Canadian intelligence agencies either deliberately or otherwise failed to notice and curb the espionage activities of the Indian Intelligence Agencies to manipulate the Canadian Sikh settlers settled in India in order to defame the whole Sikh community. The book gives a new perspective on Punjab problem. Its version is reliable since it's written by members of the Canadian Intelligence network. It exposes the duplicity of both Canadian and Indian government

 

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2 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Can't spell Canuck without Cuck... 😅😂

can include UK, USA in the list of soft targets too , in fact we can see that the tories are  full of BJP fanboys and girls  as well as the hindus in Labour . Thankfully Biden has listened to Indian orgs and kicked these sleepers out from frontline jobs .

Priti openly acknowledges her links with such idealogues in the BJP/RSS uk chapter's newsletter.

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2 hours ago, puzzled said:

Anyone read the book soft target? 

Soft Target (book) - Wikipedia     

"Soft Target" is a term used by Intelligence Agencies for a country whose security system is lax and not full proof. The authors called Canada and its government in the 1980s a "soft target" as the Canadian intelligence agencies either deliberately or otherwise failed to notice and curb the espionage activities of the Indian Intelligence Agencies to manipulate the Canadian Sikh settlers settled in India in order to defame the whole Sikh community. The book gives a new perspective on Punjab problem. Its version is reliable since it's written by members of the Canadian Intelligence network. It exposes the duplicity of both Canadian and Indian government

 

I have it , maybe I'll read it next it's on my TBR pile.

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1 hour ago, jkvlondon said:

can include UK, USA in the list of soft targets too , in fact we can see that the tories are  full of BJP fanboys and girls  as well as the hindus in Labour . Thankfully Biden has listened to Indian orgs and kicked these sleepers out from frontline jobs .

Priti openly acknowledges her links with such idealogues in the BJP/RSS uk chapter's newsletter.

No, there's a huge difference between the Canadians and the old Colonial Powers. UK and USA have been subverted to the point where the veneer of bumbling incompetence and happenstance is presented as a diversion to allow the intelligence services to act with impunity. I'd go as far to say that until the likes of the CIA and MI6 (and the rest) are destroyed humanity will never know peace in the contemporary sense.

The sham of democratic elections and political parties is pure pakandh; it's team sports for people who turn their nose up at the masses for supporting football teams. There are no coincidences or mistakes when it comes to these agencies. The Canadians are an aberration; a quaint backwater, like a mentally slow sibling who's patronised because he's harmless. That's not to say they haven't bucked up their ideas in recent decades, but they aren't on the same level as the Americans and British.

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1 hour ago, jkvlondon said:

Thankfully Biden has listened to Indian orgs and kicked these sleepers out from frontline jobs .

Yes, and he's replaced them with sleepers from Tel Aviv. 😅😂

Biden's Cabinet

Jewish: 28%

White Catholic: 24%

Black: 24% (counting Kamala Harris, even though she has twice as much Indian ancestry as Sub-Saharan ancestry)

Latino: 12%

Asian: 8% (One Indian and one Taiwanese)

American Indian: 4%

White Protestants: 0%

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Quite an interesting book alot of truths in that. Also exposed the Indian establishments hand in terrorist acts aboard especially in canada and then blaming Sikhs for it.

Using Sikh patsy indian military intelligence agents like talwinder parmer to do their bidding then extrajudicial killing him (or disappearing him) when he got back to punjab.

Also this is guy below exposed other agents who were founders of the BKI militant group. One of the guys was a canadian intelligence agent and probably and indian r&aw agent given cover by the indian embassy

CSIS subtly talking about indian govt interference, subversion and terrorism on canadian soil

 

 

 

 

 

 

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