An unlikely trio – a Barbadian-born pop music performer, a Swedish high school drop-out, and a Lebanese-American porn star, far removed from the realities of life, jump on social media to tweet about the farmer protest in India, showing their purported love for ‘human rights.’
Sadly, the same trio has absolutely nothing to say about the treatment of the Uygur women in China, the genocide of Hindus in Pakistan, or the Muslim grooming gangs in the United Kingdom that has victimized thousands of young girls, some as little as 11 years old.
Why is it so? The following quote from the cited article tells you why:
“…it is very easy to deliver sermons when there is absolutely zero possibility that one will have to suffer the consequences of their activism”
Here’s a brief summary of an OpIndia article on the subject:
- The Barbadian pop star Rihanna tweeted about the farmer protests in India, and many liberals in India celebrated her tweet.
- It is easy for celebrities like Rihanna, Greta Thunberg, and Mia Khalifa to deliver sermons on activism without facing the consequences of their actions.
- These actions represent selective outrage over human rights issues.
- There is a double standard between the Western world’s foreign policy and celebrity activism, the latter is often driven by personal interests.
- There appears to be a global campaign against India and its Hindu civilization, with certain Indian political parties and the media colluding with foreign entities to undermine the Indian government.