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Western Media Bias Against India

Discussion in 'Europe & Russia' started by GSLV Mk III, Jul 11, 2017.

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  1. Notsuperstitious

    Notsuperstitious 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    Because that was the agreement and it has been implemented thus validating the reporting.

    That the chinese can patrol the area along with bhutanese guards WAS the status quo and going back to that IS deescalation.
     
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    This paragraph is quite pertinent:

    So BBC is literally controlled by chamber of British parliament which is exclusively made of Christian fanatics, people subscribing to "White man's burden" theory, people who are still sour about losing empire, virtue signalling rabid leftist elites who benefit from Muslims and deracination of native Britons; none of whom have any accountability to national interest or public welfare.

    That solves a lot, because the coverage of BBC is aimed at making enemies (this thread is a testament that they are succeeding), and a government which need to run a country and face election would refrain from making unwanted enemies as it would cost it goodwill, even if it is an out & out white nationalist government.
     
  3. BMD

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    GSLV Mk III Captain FULL MEMBER

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    What for ? You'll get another cliched response.

    In reservations. In living conditions as worse as 'third world' countries. :lol:

    Ahem, they weren't supporting anti- India terrorism, were they ? Oops I forgot, people who kill 'wobbly headed rapists' who fire at 'schoolgirls practicing soccer at school' weren't considered terrorists at all.
     
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  5. GSLV Mk III

    GSLV Mk III Captain FULL MEMBER

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    Not even a mention of terrorism, usage of the term 'gunman' for describing 26/11 attackers & 'revenge of Muslims' argument to justify terrorism- But you know, BBC & British never condone terrorism...

    BBC: India Mumbai blasts 1993: Two sentenced to death


    A court in the Indian city of Mumbai has sentenced two men to death for their role in bomb attacks in 1993.

    The blasts, allegedly to avenge the killing of Muslims in riots, targeted a dozen sites and killed 257 people.

    Firoz Khan and Tahir Merchant were convicted of criminal conspiracy and murder.

    Abu Salem, who fled India after the bombings and was extradited from Portugal in 2005, received a life sentence, along with Karimulla Khan.

    Another man, Riyaz Siddiqui, was sentenced to 10 years in jail.

    Seven men were detained between 2003 and 2010 and were tried separately as they were arrested towards the end of a previous trial.

    A court found six of them guilty in June. One man, Mustafa Dossa, died of cardiac arrest soon after his conviction.

    One man was acquitted.

    In 2015, Abu Salem, a key associate of Indian crime lord Dawood Ibrahim, received another life sentence for a 20-year-old murder, which was not connected to the blasts.

    Yakub Memon, the man convicted of plotting and financing the bombings, was executed in 2015.

    History of Mumbai attacks
    • March 1993: Series of explosions kill 257 people and injure 713
    • August 2003: Four bomb attacks kill 52 people
    • July 2006: Seven bombs go off on crowded trains within 11 minutes, killing more than 180 people and wounding hundreds
    • November 2008: Gunmen carry out a series of co-ordinated attacks across seven high-profile locations, including two luxury hotels, the city's main commuter train station, a hospital, a restaurant and a Jewish centre, killing 165 people. Pakistan-based militants are blamed for the attacks and peace efforts between the two countries are derailed. Nine of the attackers were killed. Pakistani national Mohammad Ajmal Amir Qasab, who was captured alive, hanged in November 2012
    • July 2011: Three near-simultaneous explosions during Mumbai's evening rush hour kill 18 people and injure 131
     
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    Why does this BBC article Rohingya refugees as 'population' & not as 'refugees' ?

    BBC: Why is India threatening to deport its Rohingya population?

    India's announcement that it plans to deport its Rohingya population is an attempt to curry favour with Buddhist-majority Myanmar ahead of an official visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, writes Subir Bhaumik in Yangon.
     
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    GSLV Mk III Captain FULL MEMBER

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    Ahem no, nearly all of those dead were his followers who were shot at by the security forces for rioting.

    God forbid this happen at Kashmir, BBC can't even stand terrorists being gunned down there.:lol:

    Of course, even 13 days after he was pronounced guilty, they are still publishing articles on that idiot & his cult....

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    BTW I don't think BBC would find 'candies' like these interesting...

    British man arrested in Delhi for 'sexually abusing' blind school kids

    Obviously that story can't be used to insinuate that 'all Indians are rapists'. So...

     
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  8. GSLV Mk III

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    There are no question asked when British whitewash their disgusting colonial history & deliberately omit it from school syllabus , but when an Indian state decides to focus on it's own history it is seen as some sort of crime ?



    Who to hell are to question Indians on what we should should do ? Know your place, Brits.
     
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    most common name in uk is mohamand lol
     
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    nope maratha empire was in control at that time

    Final battle of the maratha empire was against british mahar regiment
    battle of koregoa
     
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    So send it to another news outlet in the UK.
     
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    It could be argued that the UK was giving them problems at the other end of their reach, which weakened them at the Indian side. That aside, there is no concrete guarantee what would have happened in a different version of history. The full ramifications of the British Empire not happening could indeed be a lot worse than it having happened, globally. Europe might be speaking German, India might be speaking Japanese, Israel might not exist, US and Canada might not exist, ditto for Australia and New Zealand and a shed-load of inventions. India also had several empires and perpetrated several invasion before the British turned up. Singling out one empire for criticism is hypocritical and maybe that's why the BBC reports the way it does. This whole idea that India was the jewel in the British crown is false though. British Columbia was the jewel in the British crown if only the dumbasses in charge had seen it that way. The people there even saw themselves as British until we started doing stupid shit.
     
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    I don't think they would care.

    Imagine what would've happened if the reverse had happened- an Indian expat abusing British schoolchildren. Through their reportage, BBC would have created a narrative on how pedophilia & fake doctorates were common in India. Therein lies the difference between your & our media (no less stupid nonetheless, but not so prejudiced thankfully)
     
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    Ahem no, colonialism is much different from that.
     
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