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EURO "Mela"-2020: Unruly English fans with complete opprobrium of COVID are a smut on BBC's face

Opinion published by NRI Herald 14 July 2021

England a country of the Elegants


England, a country which has not only occupied 70% of the world once but have killed millions of natives in each continent more than any other race in the history of mankind. A country which takes pride in doctrination of the usage of silverware while eating food, and consider rest of the world as backward, can't even teach basic level of decency to its own citizens who ran amok all across Leicester Square after the recently concluded EURO 2020, that too when Britain is still clocking more than 30,000 COVID-19 cases on daily basis.


The buck didn't stop at mutinous behaviour of thousands of English fans but ended up in a fine of €30,000 by the UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) imposed on English FA.

"Wimbledon" tells us how the English want the world to think of them. But on the contrary,

Football tells us what they actually are.


BBC a timorous mouthpiece


The worst is not the unruly behaviour of thousands of English fans but the deafening silence of BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation), a fizzled british mouthpiece who leave no stone unturned when it comes to preaching the rest of the world about civility and social grace, but totally tranquilized when the hell breaks loose in its own backyard. At least in the present world of social media some news portals still have some journalistic valour left unlike fake british propaganda machinery.


The Sportsman via it's verified twitter handle posted:

"This is absolutely not okay. Enjoy yourself respectfully and stop smashing people's windows."

BBC boasts about having the employee base of 22,000 employees worldwide which makes it the largest broadcaster in the world but as mark twain rightly said;

"It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog"

their is not even a single "dawg" in BBC who has been critical around their own citizens for what they did on July 12th, even though England is one of the worst hit countries in the world due to COVID-19. The same cabal would jump like a swine in heat and wrote full page propaganda articles for months relating the India's COVID 2nd wave surge to the "kumbh mela" in haridwar, which is pious to 1 billion hindus worldwide, without any scientific evidence in a bid to streamline "Hinduphobia". This "Hinduphobic" bigotry & vulture journalism of BBC continued for months where they didn't even blink an eye before showcasing the photographs of last rites of hindu bodies in a bid to disrupt india's image to the world.


One of the tweet which has garnered more than 11K retweets on the social media platform said:

Glimpses of a civilised country from where @BBCWorld preaches to the third world about anarchy and law.

One could not ignore but notice that BBC would buy anything which is "Anti-India" & "Hinduphobic" in nature. Infact, BBC has a long history of "Hinduphobia" in its DNA. One of the renowned news portal of India "OpIndia" tweeted in March 2021 with details:

"BBC, with history of anti-Hindu bias, attempts to take Hinduism out of Holi and Islamise the festival of colours"

BBC - No value for money


BBC was founded in 1922 when Britain was still illegally occupying the richest country (during 1500s) in the world, INDIA. The money which British East India Company looted from India was majorly sponsoring such inefficacious broadcaster, but in the present world this brunt is on british taxpayers pockets.


According to the news report published in "Express" April 2021 Titled as "Final nail in the coffin!' BBC licence fee on brink as demand for funding to be stopped", the british government is currently locked in talks with BBC over the next five years of the licence fees, which raises £3.2 billion for the broadcaster. But, it comes as the official enquiry from Lord Dyson concluded Mr Bashir used "deceitful behaviour" and was in "serious breach" of the BBC's producer guidelines to secure his Panorama interview with Diana in 1995. Mr Bashir was found to have breached rules from the broadcaster by mocking up fake bank statements and showing them to Diana's brother, Earl Spencer to gain access to the Princess of Wales, the report found.


The same news portal "Express" also written an article on July 6, 2021 Titled "Time to scrap the licence fee!' BBC's new logo not worth taxpayers' money - poll" in which reader of the news portal voted in their online poll on whether the new BBC logo was worth splurging taxpayers' money on. A huge 99 percent of respondents (3,620 people) said no, while just one percent (38 people) said yes. Five people said they did not know.








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