The Annual World Happiness Report released on Monday in which India ranked 126 and on the other hand the Atlantic Council published an article about Kashmir on same day. This is an attack on India lead by George Soros funded Atlantic Council and Happiness Council.
UN-backed “Millennium Villages Project” (MVP) was the idea of Jeffrey Sachs, which was funded ($97 million) by Soros Economic Development Fund and backed by Atlantic Council awardee secretary-general of UN Ban Ki-moon. These 3 together were the pillars of MVP Project.
The World Happiness Report is a publication of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network(SDSN), where Jeffrey Sachs is the President. Also, Council member of Global Happiness Council. He received $50 million from Soros in 2006 and $47 million in 2011 for his MVP Project.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visited Mwandama village in Malawi in May 2010 with Jeffrey Sachs, for MVP Project. In 2012, Former Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon was honored with the Highest Atlantic Council Award, which is funded by George Soros’s OSF.
Jennifer Gross,founder of Blue Chip Foundation is a member of the Leadership Council of the UN SDSN and involved with the production of the World Happiness Report.Also compiled the photos from the Millennium Villages Project (MVP):displayed in visitors’ lobby of UN building.
Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Shaukat Aziz is a member of the leadership council in SDSN. The same Prime Minister who used to meet Kashmiri separatist leaders during his tenure.
Few Media, Individuals and political party those previously alleged of being connected/funded by George Soros wasted no time to broadcast that report happily. At least report made them Happy. It may be coincidence or may be just Irony.
India doesn’t care about Soros funded Atlantic Council’s article by ‘Anonymous’, neither need validation from Soros associate Happiness Council’s validation #HappinessIndex. Regardless of his failed attempt #soros and his pawns made us laugh,that must improve our ranking.