The recent gay rights campaign was an artificial campaign that was orchestrated by the US embassy through the Times of India group. Most such activists assembling for demonstration in Delhi for gay rights were American citizens (mostly goras but many African-Americans too). The campaign was quite blatantly Western.
There is a pattern to these kinds of campaigns being controlled from outside the borders of India. I began to see “gay rights” articles quitely appear in some fringe newspapers about a couple of years ago. Once some ground had been prepared in terms of publicity, the reporting moved to mainline papers in about a year, especially in Times of India. For the last two months, there was saturation coverage in ToI, which then seamlessly led to the court verdit allowing gay sex.
This method of artificial campaigning by Western embassies has now become quite familiar to me. First, press articles begin to appear in fringe English newspapers, then they slowly move to the mainline metro newspapers in about an year or so and then after some months, a favorible verdict is given by the Indian high court or supereme court. Exactly the same thing I saw in Binayak Sen campaign orchestrated by the US and UK, which led to Katju give a favourible verdit without hearing the opposition’s arguments (!).
The “Times of India” newspaper group is currently the main instrument of these hatched jobs by the Anglo-saxons. Through its deranged owner, this company has sold its soul for money to the Americans. This country will be a better place without Indians of Vineet Jain’s ilk. The man is hanging like a mill stone around this country’ neck and has overstayed his welcome with us.
What I am worried about is: why do all such campaigns orchestrated by the Westerners nicely lead up to a favourible court verdict in India? What is the connection of these campaigns and their patrons with the Indian judges? I am seeing many judgements coming out of the courts which are perfectly in alignment with these orchestrated campaigns.