Indo-UK News & Discussions- June 2017

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Re: Indo-UK News & Discussions- June 2017

Postby Prem Kumar » 15 Dec 2019 20:36

Agree with Shanmukh here. We don't give a rats ass whether Scotland gets freedom or not. We want the Scots and Brits to be fighting each other, with weapons. That's a worthy end in itself.

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Postby vijayk » 15 Dec 2019 23:20

https://www.theguardian.com/media/2019/ ... 1576428975

Boris Johnson threatens BBC with two-pronged attack
No 10 boycotts Today programme and considers decriminalising non-payment of licence fee

Downing Street is threatening the future of the BBC by insisting it is seriously considering decriminalising non-payment of the licence fee, while boycotting Radio 4’s Today programme over the broadcaster’s supposed anti-Tory bias.

No 10 pulled ministers from Saturday’s edition of the Today programme and sources said it intended to “withdraw engagement” from the show in future.

The row is seen as an ominous sign of Boris Johnson’s willingness to bypass independent scrutiny and follows criticism of the BBC’s election coverage from both left and right.

No 10 pointed to Andrew Neil’s on-air monologue in which he lambasted Johnson for his refusal to be interviewed, and the BBC’s “extensive coverage” of a four-year-old boy with suspected pneumonia forced to sleep on a hospital floor – as supposed evidence of anti-Tory, pro-remain bias at the corporation.



Meanwhile, Labour backers have raised concerns about the BBC’s coverage, from the editing out of laughter aimed at Johnson in a news bulletin to leading reporters uncritically repeating Conservative sources, and the prime minister escaping scrutiny after dodging the one-on-one interview with Neil.

The BBC has firmly rejected such criticism. In an email on Friday, the director general, Tony Hall, wrote: “In a frenetic campaign where we’ve produced hundreds of hours of output, of course we’ve made the odd mistake and we’ve held up our hands to them. Editors are making tough calls every minute of the day. But I don’t accept the view of those critics who jump on a handful of examples to suggest we’re somehow biased one way or the other

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Postby Rsatchi » 16 Dec 2019 18:30

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/wor ... 738110.cms
Where will they go Hainji??? :roll: :eek:
Maybe this is why liberandus don't want CAB :D

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Postby Yagnasri » 16 Dec 2019 19:09

Template of PC BS scum gang. All this fear comes whenever someone who is not liked by libarandu comes to power.

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Postby UlanBatori » 16 Dec 2019 19:24

Indian-Brits claim influence in 70+ seats.
Read more at:
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/arti ... aign=cppst
Unfortunately no such unity of purpose in Khanistan.

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Postby kit » 16 Dec 2019 19:43

Shanmukh wrote:
A_Gupta wrote:Boris Johnson has a strong enough majority to ignore SNP's demands for a second Scottish independence referendum.
Also recent opinion polls have shown a slight drop in Scottish support for independence.


Well, if England will not let go of Scotland, maybe the answer is a Scottish Republican Army? We can even provide moral, diplomatic and political support to the Scots in their struggle for independence from England :lol: . Scotland was one of the first countries that was consumed by England, and so we must regard them as one of the first victims of British imperialism .....



Not a bad idea to remind them *cough* the moment they say anything about kashmir or whatever they can think of !!

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Postby kit » 16 Dec 2019 19:50

the average scot you see in pub will go hammer and tongs at the mention of Boris in westminister.. to see them rant is entertaining.. can the sturgeon keep away from such sentiment

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Postby kit » 16 Dec 2019 19:54

Rsatchi wrote:https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/uk/british-muslims-prepare-to-leave-uk-over-johnsons-election-win/articleshow/72738110.cms
Where will they go Hainji??? :roll: :eek:
Maybe this is why liberandus don't want CAB :D




thats a joke , sir .. the mullahs love the freedom in the "united" kingdom, their own enclaves ,the state paid welfare and white girls though not necessarily in that order !!.. can they get all that in say ksa ???

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Postby kit » 16 Dec 2019 19:59

i do have a feeling Boris could agree to a Scottish referendum under certain conditions..someone did mention the technicalities of such a possibility

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Postby ramana » 17 Dec 2019 02:45

I hear the PaXi Motorhams got more seats in UK than in Paxistan.
So why would they leave UK?

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Postby Lisa » 17 Dec 2019 13:14

kit wrote:i do have a feeling Boris could agree to a Scottish referendum under certain conditions..someone did mention the technicalities of such a possibility


https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/20 ... eferendum/

Michael Gove 'absolutely' rules out second independence referendum ahead of Nicola Sturgeon request this week

Point of note,

SNP Vote share 3.9% nationally and only 45% in Scotland. They could not secure a majority vote even in Scotland in an election.

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Postby vishvak » 17 Dec 2019 13:15

Paki not a problem but solution
In the last half century, it has also become many things: the second largest ethnic minority in the United Kingdom; a rich contributor to the cultural, political and entrepreneurial life of the country; and a source of significant national insecurity, as some of the most serious terrorist threats to Britain still emanate from Pakistan and Afghanistan. The diaspora is moreover an important currency of engagement and ‘soft power’ between Britain and Pakistan itself, whose importance to UK foreign policy could hardly be overstated, from trade and Afghan reconstruction to nuclear proliferation, radical Islam and great power rivalry in Asia.

Pakistaniyat demonstrated ie defending British from paki terrorism. The paki diaspora has taken house negro idea to reverse psychology level so people don't talk how many criminals are of paki descended in crimes ranging from terrorism to grooming gangs to illegal Sharia patrol etc.

The only neutral point in the entire paragraph is the last one ie power rivalry in Asia - which Pakis offer after making religious state from colonial India.

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Postby chetak » 17 Dec 2019 13:22

twitter


Please don't cry Pakistanis, Iss baar BJP (Boris Johnson Party) ki Sarkar!

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Postby Bart S » 17 Dec 2019 15:15

vishvak wrote:Paki not a problem but solution
In the last half century, it has also become many things: the second largest ethnic minority in the United Kingdom; a rich contributor to the cultural, political and entrepreneurial life of the country; and a source of significant national insecurity, as some of the most serious terrorist threats to Britain still emanate from Pakistan and Afghanistan. The diaspora is moreover an important currency of engagement and ‘soft power’ between Britain and Pakistan itself, whose importance to UK foreign policy could hardly be overstated, from trade and Afghan reconstruction to nuclear proliferation, radical Islam and great power rivalry in Asia.

Pakistaniyat demonstrated ie defending British from paki terrorism. The paki diaspora has taken house negro idea to reverse psychology level so people don't talk how many criminals are of paki descended in crimes ranging from terrorism to grooming gangs to illegal Sharia patrol etc.

The only neutral point in the entire paragraph is the last one ie power rivalry in Asia - which Pakis offer after making religious state from colonial India.


Thinly veiled lobbying effort. A notable exclusion from their graphs showing Pakistani, Eastern European and African communities is the Indian communities or others like Sri Lankan, that would show Pakistanis in a very bad light due to the sheer differential.

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Postby Yagnasri » 17 Dec 2019 15:58

How is this lady Lisa Nandi? Left Lib? Jihadi supporter like Jermy? He name is being put forward some people as labour leader.

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Postby Rsatchi » 17 Dec 2019 19:53

Yagnasri wrote:How is this lady Lisa Nandi? Left Lib? Jihadi supporter like Jermy? He name is being put forward some people as labour leader.

Saar
Father(Indian) a Marxist scholar, even though she says she is soft left.
Grandad Liberal MP and life peer(Gora)
Centre left with Dharmic scorning gorafied with gora life partner(not husband)
Rest I leave it to your imagination :lol: :lol:

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Postby Yagnasri » 17 Dec 2019 20:34

Great. Looks like we are exporting communists to the Gora world for decades. They mutated into PC BS scum. Our way of taking revenge on Goras. :mrgreen: Kamala Haris is another one. :rotfl: He parents were also communists. Look we already become Vishwaguru in this at least. :D Pity that Goras are not electing our expired exports.

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Postby dsreedhar » 17 Dec 2019 22:10

Now that UK has a party in power that is tilted towards India and hindus - India should work to exert pressure on extraditing Indian criminals given refugee in UK and also extract classified documents if any of the past (Independence era) that would expose Congress and Pakis?

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Postby Rsatchi » 17 Dec 2019 23:07

Yagnasri wrote:Great. Looks like we are exporting communists to the Gora world for decades. They mutated into PC BS scum. Our way of taking revenge on Goras. :mrgreen: Kamala Haris is another one. :rotfl: He parents were also communists. Look we already become Vishwaguru in this at least. :D Pity that Goras are not electing our expired exports.

Saar
Jokes apart, there is a deeper hidden danger that we should all be aware off.
The twisted rendition of 'Basudeva Kutumbhakam'
The French called is post something Globalization.
We are all one but erase the hindu/indian identity which the jihadi/malsic folks are capitalizing upon.
This is now the 'Moola sthambha' of the leftist ideology that we are all one and stop targeting the 'peacefuls'
If we are not careful we will be wiped out in just under 4-5 decades and the ultimate goal of the peacefuls will be achieved!!!

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Postby Mukesh.Kumar » 18 Dec 2019 01:17

Rsatchi wrote:
Yagnasri wrote:How is this lady Lisa Nandi? Left Lib? Jihadi supporter like Jermy? He name is being put forward some people as labour leader.

Saar
Father(Indian) a Marxist scholar, even though she says she is soft left.
Grandad Liberal MP and life peer(Gora)
Centre left with Dharmic scorning gorafied with gora life partner(not husband)
Rest I leave it to your imagination :lol: :lol:


The rest.... not really SFW.

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Postby vishvak » 18 Dec 2019 09:05

would show Pakistanis in a very bad light due to the sheer differential

Like Pakis hate Sikhs but supported insurgency for decades in Khalistan name, if the creeps are let to surround then don't expect better in the long term.

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Postby Sumeet » 18 Dec 2019 12:11

Rsatchi wrote:
Yagnasri wrote:Great. Looks like we are exporting communists to the Gora world for decades. They mutated into PC BS scum. Our way of taking revenge on Goras. :mrgreen: Kamala Haris is another one. :rotfl: He parents were also communists. Look we already become Vishwaguru in this at least. :D Pity that Goras are not electing our expired exports.

Saar
Jokes apart, there is a deeper hidden danger that we should all be aware off.
The twisted rendition of 'Basudeva Kutumbhakam'
The French called is post something Globalization.
We are all one but erase the hindu/indian identity which the jihadi/malsic folks are capitalizing upon.
This is now the 'Moola sthambha' of the leftist ideology that we are all one and stop targeting the 'peacefuls'
If we are not careful we will be wiped out in just under 4-5 decades and the ultimate goal of the peacefuls will be achieved!!!


When likes of Ghauri, Ghaznavi, Babur, Aurangzeb etc could not wipe us out why so much dhoti shivering about this. Only those survive who have the will to survive and are able to ascertain what are long term benefits.

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Postby Kashi » 18 Dec 2019 12:28

Sumeet wrote:When likes of Ghauri, Ghaznavi, Babur, Aurangzeb etc could not wipe us out why so much dhoti shivering about this. Only those survive who have the will to survive and are able to ascertain what are long term benefits.


But each subsequent attack weakened us and chipped away at the edifice resulting in losing our peripheral areas and large chunks of our heritage that was burned and/or torn down.

It's not about dhoti-shivering, it's about as you said, having the will to survive and also the will to be proactive.

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Postby Manish_P » 18 Dec 2019 14:19

Sumeet wrote:
When likes of Ghauri, Ghaznavi, Babur, Aurangzeb etc could not wipe us out why so much dhoti shivering about this. Only those survive who have the will to survive and are able to ascertain what are long term benefits.


Yes. There are a lot of us (Dhoti wearers who shiver) in Pakistan, Bangladesh, POJ&K experiencing the long term benefits :roll:

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Postby darshan » 18 Dec 2019 17:58

Sumeet wrote:
When likes of Ghauri, Ghaznavi, Babur, Aurangzeb etc could not wipe us out why so much dhoti shivering about this. Only those survive who have the will to survive and are able to ascertain what are long term benefits.


One can argue that those days were easier to survive due to open warfare and no govt institutions to bring you down. One knew the enemy and could fight with the will. Only jaichands to worry about. There were no laws going after shivaji to restrain him. There was no police preventing locals from delivering justice and protecting invaders. It takes years to hang a terrorist. Indian British Constitution combined with govt institutions to go with is much bigger threat. Add to all that new information age, UN, China, energy dependency, etc. Way more complicated than direct fights between invaders and locals.

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Indo-UK News & Discussions- June 2017

Postby Peregrine » 19 Dec 2019 05:18

Tory Islamophobia inquiry runs into trouble as Conservative peer criticises academic appointed to head it - Andrew Woodcock - The Independent
The launch of an independent inquiry into the handling of Islamophobia and other discrimination in the Conservative Party ran into immediate trouble as prominent Muslim peer Sayeeda Warsi questioned the suitability of the academic chosen to lead the probe.
Baroness Warsi highlighted an article by Professor Sarwan Singh in which he accused Muslims of driving other communities out of Indian Kashmir.
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https://metro.co.uk/2019/12/16/muslim-c ... -11915218/

A former Labour candidate says that after Boris Johnson’s election win, one of her own relatives is among people who are considering leaving the UK over fears at the ‘normalisation of racism’. Faiza Shaheen was a parliamentary candidate in the constituency of Chingford and Woodford Green, where she was hoping to unseat the former Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Iain Duncan-Smith. After the election loss, Ms Shaheen says that she has had ‘five different families discuss their UK exit plan with me in case racism gets worse’. She added that it was ‘frightening that this is where we are’. Ms Shaheed told Metro.co.uk: ‘I’ve been in touch with my cousin, who has spoken about putting some money aside in case it gets really bad, it’s been the dominant conversation.’ Boris Johnson has been accused of Islamophobia over comments he made in the Telegraph last year for comparing Muslim women to ‘letterboxes and bank robbers’.




Award Wapsi- UK?

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Postby pankajs » 19 Dec 2019 22:51

Height of wokeness in bartania ...

https://twitter.com/WalkerMarcus/status ... 4692374529
Marcus Walker @WalkerMarcus

Many still don’t realise Britain has an unelected head of state.

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Postby UlanBatori » 20 Dec 2019 17:52

The logo of the Jemima above shows a mard, a ladki wearing Minnie Mouse cap, and a terrorist in sari. So her claim is that Britain is pretty close to an Islamic state already: Unelected HoS and 2ndChamber, now only problem is how to get rid of the elected PM.

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Postby vishvak » 21 Dec 2019 15:20

So her claim is that Britain is pretty close to an Islamic state already: Unelected HoS and 2ndChamber, now only problem is how to get rid of the elected PM.

The left has been affected by such elements is perhaps reason of labour voters optiong for Boris Jonson's party en mass.

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Postby mmasand » 22 Dec 2019 00:40

vishvak wrote:
So her claim is that Britain is pretty close to an Islamic state already: Unelected HoS and 2ndChamber, now only problem is how to get rid of the elected PM.

The left has been affected by such elements is perhaps reason of labour voters optiong for Boris Jonson's party en mass.


One only needs to look at several post election news clippets in Labour towns like Redcar, Bolsover and North East where they denounce radical Corbyn and call him and Corbynism a threat to national security.

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Postby Vayutuvan » 22 Dec 2019 01:02

UlanBatori wrote:The logo of the Jemima above shows a mard, a ladki wearing Minnie Mouse cap, and a terrorist in sari. So her claim is that Britain is pretty close to an Islamic state already: Unelected HoS and 2ndChamber, now only problem is how to get rid of the elected PM.


Her twitter handle is @omandprem - former Hindu converted to Anglican/Lutheren/Catholic? Not that anything wrong with that but the confusion of a globalist shows through. Rep. Ami Bera is a Universal Unitarian.

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Postby Manish_P » 22 Dec 2019 12:53

Roop wrote:"British Hindus are proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with British Jews"

https://www.thejc.com/comment/comment/british-hindus-are-proud-to-stand-shoulder-to-shoulder-with-british-jews-1.469944


From that article -

There are many Hindu, Christian and Muslim states around the world but only one Jewish state.


Huh :?:

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Postby Rsatchi » 22 Dec 2019 16:39

mmasand wrote:
vishvak wrote:The left has been affected by such elements is perhaps reason of labour voters optiong for Boris Jonson's party en mass.


One only needs to look at several post election news clippets in Labour towns like Redcar, Bolsover and North East where they denounce radical Corbyn and call him and Corbynism a threat to national security.


Sir
This is election debacle speaking but were voting strongly Corbyn in pre-election Labour national meet and manifesto
Not denouncing antisemitism/projihadi/anti india/anti US stance :-?
Two to Three decades things will be worse.
And if the peacefuls are majority who knows Charles may convert given his avowed liking for the 'Peace' :D
You will hear Azaan from 'Big Ben' five times a day :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

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Postby pankajs » 22 Dec 2019 16:42

I recently read somewhere that Bartania is whiter overall than Yamreeka.

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Postby vishvak » 22 Dec 2019 16:45

The needling of western powers for Pakis in terms of Khalistan is gonna cost a lot perhaps. How will canida be different except no royals to gather about. Skyfall moment to prepare and pray to lawd that secular greens will be merciful.

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Re: Indo-UK News & Discussions- June 2017

Postby Avtar Singh » 22 Dec 2019 20:28

My I humbly suggest that Hindus need to pick up a bit of this attitude from the British
I alluded to it, when the eu people were being shown around kashmir

I think I saw a picture of the good Wing Commander giving this gesture with a pint in his hand!

Some people are just not worth debating with/arguing with….
This gesture and 2 choice words are enough to seal the deal


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