BBC Lies and Denials - A Repository of Propaganda and fairytales

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  1. sorcerer

    sorcerer Senior Member Veteran Member Senior Member

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    No issues...you are weapons free!!
    We can use this discussion to Expose all like BBC.
     
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    DFI_COAS Regular Member

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    This is going to be a long thread and will continue as long as this propaganda channel exists. We should start giving more focus to this master of divide and rule.


    Here's one of their recent propaganda.

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  3. sorcerer

    sorcerer Senior Member Veteran Member Senior Member

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    sorcerer Senior Member Veteran Member Senior Member

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    Mikesingh Senior Member Senior Member

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    What's wrong with these Nepalis? Seems like everything is.

    They've fallen lock stock and barrel to Chinese shenanigans. Maoist leader Prachanda was recently invited by the Chinese before the draft constitution was made and managed to convince him and other top Nepali politicians to amend the draft constitution which would be favorable to Chinese interests.

    After all, it's the money that makes the mare go, and how! And the Chinese have plenty to spare for their own version of 'color revolutions' like the Americans did in the Central Asian Republics.

    Who's next? Bhutan!
     
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    thethinker Senior Member Senior Member

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    BBC is Britards doing their thing what they do the best in terms of anti-India propaganda. They will shout far and loud of issues critical to India while downplay whatever is achieved.

    Those limey bastards don't even spare sports let alone politics.

    E.g : Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis bagged their second consecutive Grand Slam title after winning the US Open women’s doubles

    How other media reported the headlines :

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    How the Britards at BBC reported it :

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    The full on trolling that it attracted was hilarious.

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/andreborges/she-standing-right-there-guys
     
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  7. asingh10

    asingh10 Senior Member Senior Member

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    Britain has a long history of favoring Muslims against Hindus, and imo BBC just continues that legacy. British sided with Moslem League, screwed Hindus/Sikhs & fathered Pakistan. Labour MPs have openly supported seperation of Kashmir and Punjab, turned a blind eye to Paki gangs who are preying on Hindu/Sikh girls, have passed anti Hindu legislations.

    Look at how this British politician sticks up for Pakistan & its founding ideology.




    Now many Paki British are becoming jihadists. It's Karma.
     
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  8. DFI_COAS

    DFI_COAS Regular Member

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    Why isn't our big media houses exposing this sick bastards?
    It's about time we should build some sorta anti-propaganda army against these morons.

    Can we do something DFIans ? I'm serious!

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    asingh10 Senior Member Senior Member

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    Social media all we have. Our media houses are foreign owned , 5th column.

     
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    OneGrimPilgrim Senior Member Senior Member

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    whr invaders hv been eulogised, heroes binned!!
    the least that could be done i suppose is to shove their oral faeces back down their throat on twitter on each such tweet!
     
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    Yes, That's what I was talking about. If our DFI's twitter handle can become active on social media and if we can spread the word to each and every Pro India FB pages like Frustrated Indian, Logical India , Indian Army fans and countless others we will be able build the momentum for countering these colonial pricks. We must do it guys!!

    DFI must become India's beacon of light against these Nazguls !
     
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    I used to post on twitter, half of my time was wasted arguing idiot "right wing" Hindus who kiss ass of Israel, America, Britain.

    Might join again but this time round no arguing, I'll stick to posting facts only.
     
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    I'm all for naming and shaming BBC and brit-fucks but we could at least ensure that we have facts on our side. The anger in Nepal is very real.
     
  14. pmaitra

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    BBC Reaches a New Low, Deletes All Critical Comments
    Don’t even think of questioning the Syria narrative on the UK’s state-owned media monopoly

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    British Bull*&%t Corporation

    This article originally appeared on Liveleak

    An Article Published on the 6th of October 2015 by the BBC, titled “Syria conflict: Russia violations of Turkish airspace ‘no accident,’” included a rare free to comment section for BBC members to comment and express their views.

    The comment thread was then flooded with more than 1000 comments, mostly contradicting the BBC narrative and showing support to Russia’s air campaign in Syria. The following day, the majority of top rated comments suddenly became flagged for ‘breaking the house rules.’

    Would post the link to the article, but Liveleak has constantly been blocking uploads with attached links. Please search using article title into a search engine.

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    Commentary: All the links above lead to “expired” links. This article was not possible to be corroborated.
     
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    They did the same when Ukrainian crisis started up, so I have made a screenshot this time.
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    How European Media Defends Human Rights - By Concealing Mass Rape
    Europe's mainsteam media doesn't just lie to cover up western governments' crimes abroad, they also systematically conceal crimes domestically when reporting would be politcally incorrect


    For five days following the assaults the German media failed to report them.

    When under public pressure they eventually did, it turned out that a string of similar assaults had also happened simultaneously in various other German cities.


    Over the following week it turned out that mass assaults of a similar nature had also happened in cities in Scandinavia.

    Recently it has become known that similar assaults took place on a mass scale earlier last summer in Sweden, and went unreported.

    The most disturbing fact about these assaults is not the assaults themselves, or the fact the assaults seem to have been carried out mainly by immigrants and refugees from Muslim countries.

    Nor is it the silence of Western politicians, seemingly embarrassed by a bad consequence of their immigration and refugee policies.

    Nor is it even the bizarre behavior of some Western feminists — unsparing in their criticism of Julian Assange — against whom nothing has been proved — whilst rationalizing and relativizing the criminal behavior of immigrants and refugees from Muslim countries who carried out the assaults.

    It is the silence of the European media.


    The Western media routinely boasts of its independence and immunity from political pressure. It routinely criticizes the lack of independence of the media in other countries.

    The Russian media especially comes in for unsparing criticism. It is routinely misrepresented as a lackey of the Russian government — a fact that completely disregards its diversity — and it is repeatedly accused of suppressing facts and opinions critical of the Russian government.

    The last point is completely untrue, as the Russian media's reporting of the issue at the heart of the events in Cologne — immigration — shows.

    Though the fact is little known in the West, Russia is the world's second biggest destination for immigrants after the US.

    The Russian media have openly debated this issue, and the social tensions this wave of immigration is causing.

    It featured strongly in the Moscow mayoral elections of 2013, and the Russian media has never balked at reporting about criminal activity, whether by immigrants or against them.

    That is as it should be. In a democratic society the media is under a duty to report about such things.

    Certainly it should not suppress information about mass organized criminal activity simply because it is politically embarrassing.

    When the media reports such things it is a sign that it is genuinely free and independent.

    When the media suppresses news about such things because it is politically embarrassing, it is by contrast a worrying sign that suggests its independence can no longer be assumed.

    That is the situation we now have with the mass sexual assaults that have happened in Europe: crimes went unreported because they are embarrassing.

    Those who follow the Western media closely know this is not new.

    The Western media has similarly suppressed news about the Ukrainian conflict — such as the indiscriminate Ukrainian shelling of east Ukrainian cities — and the evolving crisis in the Middle East.

    It continues to suppress news that challenges the official Western narratives about the chemical attack on Ghouta in August 2013, and the shooting down of MH17 over the Donbass in July 2014.

    The conspiracy of silence — no other words describe it — over the sexual assaults in Europe takes this a stage further.

    This time the victims are Europeans — European women freely going about their lives. Their plight is hidden because it is politically embarrassing.

    If the price of freedom is perpetual vigilance, then freedom in Europe is being bargained away to suit someone's political agenda, and it is the women of Europe who are paying the price.


    http://russia-insider.com/en/media-criticism/how-european-media-betrayed-women-europe/ri12235
     
  17. DFI_COAS

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    Why are India's Dalit students taking their lives?

    "My birth is my fatal accident... I always was rushing. Desperate to start a life... I am not sad. I am just empty. Unconcerned about myself. That's pathetic. And that's why I am doing this."

    These are excerpts from the last letter - "this kind of letter for the first time" - that Rohith Vemula, a PhD student at Hyderabad Central University wrote before he killed himself on Sunday.

    It is, at once, an eloquent and chilling suicide note: a young man who loved "science, stars, nature and people", and aspired to become a science writer like Carl Sagan, ended up defeated and crushed by discrimination and apathy.

    'Steadily isolated'
    Mr Vemula, 26, was one of five Dalit - formerly known as untouchable - students who were protesting against their expulsion from the university's housing facility. India's 180 million Dalits are among its most wretched citizens, because of an unforgiving and cruel caste hierarchy that condemns them to the bottom of the heap.

    Mr Vemula and the four other students faced allegations last August that they attacked a member of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) - the student wing of the governing Hindu nationalist BJP - on the campus. Some reports say an investigation had found no "conclusive evidence" of the assault.

    Last year the students had also protested against the execution of Yakub Memon, the man convicted of financing the deadly 1993 Mumbai bombings and the right-wing ABVP's stalling of a documentary film on the Muzaffarnagar riotsin Delhi University.

    One newspaper said the sequence of events leading to Mr Vemula's death shows how he was "steadily isolated by campus authorities and his appeals went largely unheard".

    The university stopped paying his monthly stipend of 25,000 rupees ($369; £258) allegedly because he raised issues under the campus's Dalit-led students union.

    It also began an investigation into his - and his friends - conduct. In August federal minister Bandaru Dattatreya, a BJP junior minister, wrote a letter to the federal education ministry complaining that the university had become a "den of casteist, extremist and anti-national politics".

    In September, Mr Vemula and four other students were suspended - although the minister denies this was linked to his missive, which he says was not about the Dalit students, but a general comment on the restive campus.

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    Image captionThere have been countrywide protests against Mr Vemuli's death
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    Image captionMr Vemula was accused of allegedly assaulting a student
    Mr Vemula's death has sparked off a firestorm of protest across India.

    Poet and writer Meena Kandasamy says the student's suicide was "not just an individual exit strategy, it is a shaming of society that has failed him or her". She wrote "education has now become a disciplining enterprise working against Dalit students: they are constantly under threat of rustication, expulsion, defamation, discontinuation".

    Mr Vemula's is not an exceptional story of caste discrimination on India's campuses. One report said eight Dalit students had taken their lives "unable to cope" with caste politics at Hyderabad University in the past decade. Between 2007 and 2011 alone, 18 Dalit students ended their lives in some of India's premier educational institutes, according to another estimate.

    Shocking abuse
    Some eight years ago, Apoorvanand, who teaches at Delhi University, had gone to Delhi's All India Institute of Medical Sciences, India's leading medical school, to investigate a case of discrimination against a Dalit student.

    He says he found vile abuses written on the doors and walls of hostel rooms where Dalit students lived. (There was no name calling, because direct abuse would lead to prosecution under tough anti-discrimination laws.) When he went to the director of the institute to lodge a complaint, the latter flatly denied that there was caste discrimination on the campus.

    This is a school which produces India's best doctors. This is also the school where a federal investigation into complaints of caste-based harassment and discrimination against Dalit and tribal students uncovered a shocking picture of abuse.

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    Image captionIndia's 180 million Dalits are among its most disprivileged citizens
    The probe found most of the Dalit and tribal students complaining that they "did not receive the kind of support other students received from their teachers". Examiners asked about their caste backgrounds. The students said teachers did not give them the marks they deserved in exams, and their papers were not evaluated properly. More than 90% of the students said they were routinely humiliated by examiners in practical and oral examinations.

    "There is systemic persecution of Dalit students in Indian universities. They are often failed by their teachers deliberately," Apoorvanand told me.

    Many Dalit students who get into colleges and universities through affirmative action quotas - restorative justice for centuries of historical wrongs against the community - come to campuses with deficiencies in education, including a feeble command over the English language. Most of them are first generation graduates, come from poor families - like Mr Vemula, born of a father who works as a security guard and a mother who's a tailor - and often struggle to fit in.

    Fierce competition
    India's colleges and universities are theatres of fierce competition and confrontation: only a privileged few manage to get a limited number of seats through fiercely contested exams.

    Upper caste students, say many, have a "natural hatred and antagonism" for the Dalits and tribespeople who take up seats reserved for their communities. "There is a lot of anger against affirmative action and their beneficiaries, but then there is little the upper castes can do about it because the quotas are constitutionally mandated," says Apoorvanand.

    So the students are shamed and mocked at as "quota students", and their abilities mocked. In absence of effective student support groups or university structures, warning meltdown signals among suffering students are ignored.

    Fed up with the way things were going, Mr Vemula wrote to the university authorities in December to allow him to die and even spoke about how they could help him and his Dalit friends end his life. The authorities apparently did nothing.

    Politicians are accused of not confronting this appalling discrimination with the zeal it deserves.

    Instead, Dalit and tribals have also become pawns in India's hideous vote bank politics. In modern-day India, the segregation of Dalits begins early: they are separated by markers and coloured wrist bands in classrooms; and forced to clean school toilets. Upper caste school children routinely boycott school lunchescooked by Dalit cooks.

    Mr Vemula is just the latest victim of India's scourge of untouchability.



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    1 Suicide = India's Dalit students taking their lives


    Truly venomous Colonial Scum!
     
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    BBC is filth of lowest level, their hate mongering whether it be India or any other country is sign of a deep seated disease. They are ideological daddies of all the English language Indian new channels.
     
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    The discipline education thing is insidious, same used in USA to allow blacks full reign. In India case because Hindu 'dalits' are largely not criminals, this is ideological cover for naxals & jihadis.

    Whether argument is that dalits are savage criminals & worst just convert, doesn't matter. Always held view that the scum of our society will convert, & it makes our targeting easier.

    Uc /lc converts easy to find (Atleast the mass)

    At same time, we must protect ourselves.
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    We know what they want to promote a Hindu civil war

    They're stupid though, their empirical set up forces them into multiple fronts, overstretched.

    Remember interesting tweet by no conversion basically for every type of crime including rape & robbery (same thing really) muslims are 80% perpetrator.

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    It's an interesting twist from gandhian Indians to savages. It builds on it though, weak savage Indian men (Hindus) are insecure & must push around minority, women & shudra / avaran.

    Same britshit breaking India policy. Response is simple force.

    No questions asked, just slap the britshits & keep slapping. When the time has come, /satisfaction achieved jihadi john on massive scale.
     
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