NDTV: An American Whore in India

NDTV is a whore of US, fully paid for by Uncle Sam. It is an anti-national, anti-Hindu propaganda medium, regardles of its liberal airs, sophisticated English accents and news anchors who look like they have just landed in India from New York.

Its discussions are carefully contrived set-ups with the audiences carefully screened for correct views. In one of these NDTV “we the people” discussions, the audiences overwhelmingly voted to hand over Kashmir to Pakistan. It is nothing but a Kangaroo court.

I am surprised some people take NDTV seriously because the channel does not even pretend to be neutral. It has gone so far only because Indians are impressed with any fellow Indian who looks Western and speaks English with American accent. Pranoy Roy exploits this.

Don’t take NDTV seriously. Use it only for some comic relief and laugh a lot while watching its antics. Let the Yanks waste their money.

CNN-IBN is another “woman of the right hand” of Uncle Sam, and deserves the same treatment by Indians.

This is from Asian Age:

NDTV gave away kashmir to pakistan on live telivision

New Delhi, Aug. 23, 2003: The popular Question Time India produced by NDTV and telecast over BBC on Friday night used a select audience as a representative audience to give the impression that the Kashmiris wanted independence through a plebiscite.

The anchor, Vikram Chandra, repeatedly put leading questions to the small audience, drawn largely from urban Srinagar through special invites, asking them to raise hands on highly sensitive questions ranging from independence to pinpointing the government — India, Pakistan or the leadership in Kashmir — responsible for the trouble in the Valley.

This episode of Question Time India was recorded in Srinagar. The panel was largely outvoted by the belligerent audience with Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mufti Muhammad Sayeed steering a cautious course, People’s Conference leader Sajjad Lone appearing more as the man in between two opposing sides, BJP state president Dr Nirmal Singh unable to contribute significantly and the Vice-Chancellor of Jammu University, Dr Amitabh Mattoo, not his usual articulate self. In fact, it was left to National Conference leader Omar Abdullah to point out that the audience in the room was not representative of Jammu and Kashmir, and that he had found that those in rural Kashmir were more concerned about their day to day life than about independence per se.

The programme was highly volatile and if it had been produced by the BBC, it would have elicited strong remarks from the government of India. At one stage the anchor, for instance, conducted a spot poll, as has now become the custom in all television talk shows, asking the audience to identify who was responsible for the Kashmir problem. “Is it India,” he asked and the entire audience raised its hands. “Is it the leadership of Kashmir,” and more than half raised their hands. “Is it Pakistan,” and only a handful of persons raised their hands, perhaps just eight, and after looking around most of them lowered their hands.

Mr Omar Abdullah told The Asian Age that these kind of programmes gave the wrong impression, and that obviously there had been no effort to bring a moderate and more representative opinion into the audience. He said that he was not against such snap polls provided the audience was drawn scientifically to constitute a sample representing the entire state and all sections of opinion within. The entire programme gave the impression that there was one, a Kashmir problem; two, it was not created by Pakistan but by India; and three, that plebiscite and independence were the only solutions. It also sought to stress the supposed preoccupation of the Kashmiris with independence with little being said about the other issues affecting the entire state. As Mr Abdullah pointed out, “Even the chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir will not mention Pakistan as a source of the trouble in the Valley for obvious reasons, so how could they have expected the audience to say so?”

Question Time India on Friday, part of a special series, did raise questions about television talk shows where select audiences are asked to vote on issues of national import, with the projection that this somehow represents the general point of view. It is a dangerous trend, particularly when issues like Kashmir, communalism and national integration are being put up for quick votes. Questions like “Those who want independence for Kashmir please raise your hands” legitimise select responses that might or might not reflect the true situation on the ground. As Mr Omar Abdullah said, this can send out a “terrible message,” particularly when the programme, as in this particular case, reaches a wide, international audience that includes Pakistan.

Srinagar is not representative of the entire Valley. It might be recalled that the call by the All Parties Hurriyat Conference to boycott the Assembly elections was effective in Srinagar, which registered very low polling. However, areas outside the capital witnessed moderate to heavy polling, with the people making it clear that they wanted a government that was responsive to their needs and aspirations. The villagers defied the threat from the militants and came out to vote, taking active part in election meetings and campaigns in several constituencies despite the continuing terror attacks.

http://india.indymedia.org/en/2003/08/6907.shtml

When you watch NDTV, be clear in your mind that you are actually watching the propaganda of the Church and the US State Deptt. Only the front-end is made up by Americanized Indians. The back-end is in Washington and Vatican.

NDTV is another proof that the Westernized Leftist Liberals of India (often called Champagne Liberals or Limousine Liberals because of their five-star tastes and foreign trips) are merely White Man’s props and owe their money, recognition and fame to White Christians alone. They get their approval not from Indians, but from the Americans and British.

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4 responses to “NDTV: An American Whore in India

  1. Bharat Nair

    Isn’t this a punishable offence?

  2. psudo

    Now thats explains why it is being allowed in Pakistan as well!

  3. Zack

    that’s the naked truth indians they like 2 take good thing and they live bed thing indian they don’t like 2 take stupid think yes we are slipping not dead.

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