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Is Kerala CPM MP John Brittas a CIA spy?

An article has alleged that former journalist and Kerala Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM) Rajya Sabha MP John Brittas was an American spy who leaked many party secrets. Janashakthi, an online magazine, claimed Brittas is an American spy agency Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agent. The article has raised severe allegations against Brittas. 

Its primary argument is that the MP has leaked many party secrets. Brittas has been two-timing his political party and leaking party secrets to the CIA since his days as the Delhi correspondent of Deshabhimani, the communist party mouthpiece. He is also the Managing Director of the CPM party TV channel Kairali since its inception in August 2000. 

Although many prominent party leaders know this, none will respond due to fear of Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. Brittas allegedly toppled former Kerala CPM CM V S Achuthanandan for Vijayan. There were CIA interventions in this conspiracy, and evidence of this came to light in 2010.

A report prepared by David T. Hopper, the former Consul General, U.S. Consulate in Chennai, was damning. Hopper lingered in South Bharat around the 2005 to 2010 period. The former diplomat released the information provided by Brittas to the Americans. 

Former Kerala finance minister and CPM leader Thomas Isaac received documents from Columbia University in America about Kerala’s decisive moves (strip Achuthandan of his powers). The article also says that Isaac shared information with national CPM leader Prakash Karat. Karat was CPM’s General Secretary from 2005 to 2015, only to be replaced by Sitaram Yechury.

Interestingly, back in 2017, Yechury dismissed any CIA intervention in Kerala, but his arguments were bizarre. He alleged CIA had been trying to destabilize communist governments in the state as “the US wanted to check the spread of communism.” But the CIA is out of Kerala, and the American spies have many global worries besides a tiny Kerala government led by CPM, he said.

Janashakthi added that WikiLeaks had released information about the secret activities of the CIA and their spies in Kerala. The Hindu Newspaper based out of Chennai is also known as the English Deshabhimani. Suspiciously, they quickly blocked all information about Hopper. 

In March 2007, then Kerala CM Achuthanandan said intelligence reports indicated that some Kerala journalists were on the payroll of the CIA. He claimed his government would contact New Delhi to secure more details. The issue surfaced when the CM told the assembly about a ‘media syndicate’ in Kerala receiving money from the CIA. Suspiciously, Achuthanandan said he could not reveal details about the alleged CIA-funded journalists as it would ‘affect relations between the US and Bharat.’

In 2019, Brittas’s name popped up during the controversial Maradu flat demolition for violating Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) rules. It was alleged that Brittas’ luxury flat worth crores was purchased for just Rs 3 lakhs. Suspiciously, the CPM MP did not object to these allegations. 

Brittas was made a special invitee at the CPM party convention held in Kochi in 2022, even though it was clear that he was a traitor. Due to pressure from Vijayan, senior CPM leaders are reluctant to take action against Brittas. 

The March issue of Janashakthi magazine indicates that Brittas is the new power center in the CPM party. His comments regarding the Babri Masjid in the recently concluded Kozhikode Kerala Nadavathul Mujahideen (KNM) conference are serious. Brittas tried to inflame communalism by targeting the Hindu-Muslim conflict on an issue settled by the Supreme Court.

On 30 December, CPM MP Brittas lied to a substantial Muslim audience and resorted to fear-mongering about the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). Brittas held the BJP responsible for the disputed demolished structure in Ayodhya, which Islamists call Babri Masjid. BJP leaders V Muraleedharan and Goa Governor PS Sreedharan Pillai (former Kerala BJP President) were invited to the event.

Brittas repeatedly asked the audience if they expected any change in RSS culture due to their engagement with them. When the audience responded poorly to his Babri jibes, Brittas turned to communist propaganda. “What is the representation of Muslims in the judiciary? Is there any representation in the government? What is the representation in the Bharatiya Parliament?” he ranted.

Vijayan and his cronies, including Brittas, oppose any engagement between Muslim organizations and RSS. Rather childishly, leaders like Vijayan have asked these religious leaders to disclose the discussions’ details.

Though CPM has extensive underworld ties with the Arab world, they allegedly park their ill-gotten wealth in America. Like Sonia Gandhi, Kerala CPM leaders too regularly fly to the US for ‘medical treatment.’

The Abrahamic world is split between the Khilafat supporters and the ones who follow the Pope. 

Even the ultra-conservative Qatar is said to be under American deep state control. U.S. Army Central’s forward headquarters is in Kuwait, and the U.S. military’s Central Command is at Qatar’s sprawling Al Udeid Air Base. Both countries host around 13,000 American military personnel each and unknown numbers of American mercenaries, private strategists, and undercover arms suppliers. 

The UAE hosts 5,000 U.S. military personnel, many at Abu Dhabi’s Al Dhafra Air Base, where American drones and advanced F-35 jetfighters are stationed. The less mentioned about Iraq, Syria, Yemen, and Libya, the better.

So, were the local Kerala communist spies allegedly triple-crossing their Arab sponsors, or were they tools of crafty spy agencies like the CIA?

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