Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg, had shared a ‘toolkit’ on how to organize farmer’s protest on twitter, which she has later deleted. She had shared Google documents on how to support and protest against the farm laws globally.
The document titled 'Global Farmers Strike - First Wave' says, “On 26th January, a major day of globally coordinated actions, show your support at local physical locations, wherever you are. Either find protests happening in your city/state/country and participate in large (or small) numbers or organize one.”
It further encouraged people to organize solidarity protests either at or near Indian Embassies, local government offices or offices of various multinational Adani and Ambani companies. She tagged a CNN news report headlined: "India cuts internet around New Delhi as protesting farmers clash with police" and tweeted saying, "We stand in solidarity with the #FarmersProtest in India."
"Here's a toolkit if you want to help," tweeted Thunberg, which takes the user to a document containing details on ways to support the protest. The sole intent of the ‘toolkit’ appears to have been to run down India with lies and fabrications given the document spoke of a possible “massacre/genocide”. It declared, “International focus on these protests may be the only thing preventing more state-sponsored violence and another massacre/genocide in India.”
The deleted toolkit interlinked to another Google document titled “Cheat Sheet” that claimed to be an explainer on the Farm Laws but instead spread a rumors about Indian democracy and the Indian Prime Minister. It said, “Modi, and members of his party are longtime members of the RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh), a powerful group rooted in fascist ideology, known to be anti-Muslim, anti-Christian and pivotal in the rise of Hindu nationalism in India.” The document included various urgent actions; including creating a Twitter storm and holding protests outside Indian embassies and government officers to support farmers' protest.