Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared a picture of himself on Twitter in which he can be seen having a great time with “global thought leaders” (as he called them).
In the picture, Modi can be seen enjoying the company with former US secretary of States Henry Kissinger and Condoleezza Rice, former Prime Ministers Tony Blair and John Howard and Robert Gates, the former US Secretary of Defence.
Moments with Mr. Kissinger, former Prime Ministers Tony Blair and John Howard, Ms. Condoleezza Rice and Mr. Robert Gates.
Excellent discussions with these global thought leaders. pic.twitter.com/OPBheNkpPe
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 22, 2019
As soon as the picture surfaced on social media, Twitteratis were quick to notice that all the leaders in the picture with Modi have been accused of being involved in war crimes.
Here are the tweets in which Modi’s real face was exposed as Twitterati declared him and the leaders in the photo a band of “war criminals”.
While criticizing Modi, a Twitter user wrote, “How many war criminals and fascists can you fit in one photo (without the camera exploding)? The death toll these monsters are responsible for numbers in the millions, easily.”
How many war criminals and fascists can you fit in one photo (without the camera exploding)?
The death toll these monsters are responsible for numbers in the millions, easily.https://t.co/UHuPQ5eGCv
— Ben Norton (@BenjaminNorton) October 22, 2019
Another one tweeted, “This picture is a crime against humanity.”
This picture is a crime against humanity
— Esha K (@eshaLegal) October 22, 2019
All have been responsible and accused of shedding innocent blood. What a pack 😂
Blair, Kissinger… two guys who have done so much to wreck global peace.
We can do without such thought leaders.
— Sudarshan Chakram (@SChakram) October 23, 2019
They should have posed in a swimming pool full of the blood of their victims.
— Rob Rainbolt (@Rob_Rainbolt) October 22, 2019
It's like a humanitarian crime alumni cocktail party
— Jacoby (@adamajacoby) October 22, 2019