Riots, Foreign Media bias and the Trickle Down syndrome
   06-Mar-2020
The Partisan and Hinduphobic coverage of the Western media is nothing but the ‘trickle down syndrome’ of the media outlets funded by the likes of George Soros and the Left ecosystem.
 -  Gyanendra Bartaria
 
Delhi Riots Western Media
 
Delhi riots are a favourite pass-time of a section of Indian media in general, and foreign media in particular. All of them wish you to buy the line that it was only the BJP, Hindus, possibly RSS, Police who did it all. Cleverly, they don’t smell the blood themselves, but want you to taste it and get addicted to it.Clearly, by ‘you’, they don’t mean the Indian audience.
 
Actually, the left-liberal media has been trying to manufacture and sell this narrative to the Western audience, where it has been instantly lapped up, no questions asked.
 
No application of mind or to take the labour to study the facts on the ground was ever felt required. Even the plain common sense that why would any supporter of PM Modi, would start a communal riot and burn part of the capital precisely at that a moment, when the President of USA was landing to meet the leader of the largest democracy? Or for that matter any other time?
 
No questions were raised and no answers were sought for why would anyone identify, locate, drag and mercilessly kill an under cover IB officer the same day? Well, the Western media was not there to ask questions, or to scrutinise. Rather, they prompted their Indian comrades, reporters, stringers etc. to paint India in general and PM Modi in particular, as negatively, as possible.
 
Look at the curious case of Amulya Leona Noronha, a 19 year old a second-year BA student, who was arrested for raising pro-Pakistan slogans in an anti CAA rally Owaisi in Bengaluru. When interrogated by the police, she has told that her expenses, ever since the beginning of the anti-CAA protests were borne by organisers conducting the protests. It were they, who were supplying her the scripts. That is a meagre amount of ₹ 2 lakhs in 1 month, to further anti-India propaganda.
 
Amulya Leona Noronha is clearly a minnow, a one time visitor to headlines. And there is a long list of usual suspects for all these years to run anti-India propaganda.. How many crores? Since how long? To how many people? Can anyone guess? There is a bigger question: Who is funding all this anti-India propaganda and why?
 
And we know Amulya since she was caught on camera, and caught by police. How about army of hundreds of those people , who are doing the colour service for their “organisers ”?
 
Leave it for some sometime here only. Let’s visit Syria of 2012. a group of Sunni Islamists, called Free Syrian Army, to over-through the Shia Asad regime in Syria, used a slew of home-made bombs and launchers such as catapult during clashes in Aleppo in 2012.
 
 
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Now look at the different catapults used by rioters in Delhi. Can it be a pure coincidence that same designs and DIY (Do It Yourself, or simply Home made) weapons ideas have found their way to India? All these DIY weapons were designed, engineered and manufactured. Surely, this wasn't done overnight. Nor it could have been done without planning, strategy and training. Surely, there were military minds at work.
 
Return to Delhi. On 26th December , 2018 National Investigative Agency (NIA) raided certain locations in Delhi’s Seelampur area, besides more than a dozen locations in UP. What for? To recover large quantities of explosive material, weapons and 150 rounds of ammunition including a country made rocket launcher. Yes, you read it right, a country made rocket launcher. Perfect Syria style.
 
The evidence of petrol bottle bombardment is not at all covered by the western media, at least the ownership was tightly wrapped or reversed, although the DIY weaponry wasn’t limited to kattas. Further, the narrative that these improvised catapults (Syria style), Petrol bombs & the ammunition was assembled in a jiffy, was relentlessly paddled.
 
It was not a kid’s game to paddle and push this narrative? First they accused others for rioting. When evidence started tumbling, they accused others of instigating them to start rioting by making provocative speeches. Further evidence started tumbling, then they accused police for inaction.
 
The Wikipedia is supposed to be the big daddy of western liberal media. Many media outlets borrow information from Wikipedia. And the Wikipedia article on Delhi riots refuses to include violence by Muslims.The Wikipedia article titled North East Delhi riots was created on Tuesday by a senior Wikipedia editor that goes by the username DBigXray. When one visits the page, the first image one sees is the photo of BJP leader Kapil Mishra, not an image of the riots.
 
Further, on Mohammad Shahrukh, who brandished a pistol and fired 8 shots towards pro-CAA protesters, the Wiki page merely mentioned him as a shooter, and does not even mention that he is from anti-CAA mob. The dumbest thing they tried was to pin the blame for the riots in north-east Delhi on the 'provocative' speech by BJP member Kapil Mishra. 
 
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Well, Wikipedia is claimed to be an open source. But when other users tried to include this information in the Wikipedia article, they were shot down by the moderator. The senior editor commented that if the man was a Hindu, media would not have focused on him, and there is no need to include more detail on the incident.
 
Nothing surprising. A study by the European Center for Law and Justice in Strasbourg has revealed that, out of the 100 judges who have served on the bench of the European Court of Human Rights in the period 2009-2019, nearly a quarter (22) have strong links to George Soros’ Open Society Foundation or to NGOs like Amnesty International and others which are funded by it. Human Rights Watch, for instance, has received $100 million from the Open Society Foundation since 2010.
 
Further, according to a report by the Media Research Centers Business & Media Institute, George Soros has open and declared ties to more than 30 mainstream news outlets - including The New York Times, Washington Post, The Huffington Post, the Associated Press, NBC and ABC. So, as of now, this seems to be the ecosystem, or the ‘trickle down syndrome’ alias the western media coverage of Delhi riots.