Here is some psyops from the ‘Guardian’ newspaper which has recently published India’s “country profile”:
Political pressure points: The month-long general election, which began this month, is likely to result in a leftwing coalition government that may slow liberalisation. Three issues dominate the political agenda: the crisis in farming; minority insecurity, with a wave of attacks by Hindus on Muslims and Christians threatening stability; and the rights of dalits, former untouchables who suffered centuries of discrimination.
Population mix: Indo-Aryan 72%, Dravidian 25%, Mongoloid and other 3%
Just four lines about India and still the red-neck, racist editors managed to insert things like “wave of attacks by Hindus on Muslims and Christians,” “untouchables who suffered centuries of discrimination” and division of India between two separate (and presumably hostile) races of “Indo-Aryans and Dravidians.”
What do these people drink every day to spit so much poison out against a far-away country that has never meant them any harm? (Is their favourite drink sour pus?) “Guardian” seems to be the ultimate guardian of British racism.
Also, notice the attempt to portray Hindus as fundamentalists who attack Muslims and Christians. This is their pet theme, also seen in movies such as “Slumdog.” They are quite serious about setting Muslims of India upon the hapless Hindus by inciting and supporting the former — the same trick they played in 1947. They hate pagan Hindus more than they hate Muslims, and this is reflected in all their output, from newspaper articles to history books and movies.
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