Multiple explosions. Mass murder of innocents. Mumbai. Interesting to see the BBC provide space to Jason Burke, south Asia correspondent of the Guardian (who else?) and expert on Islamic militancy, reflects on the impact of the bombing and why it is “very unlikely” to have been al-Qaeda. Islam has no shortages of dhimmis shilling for it and no greater friend than the State Broadcaster. I mean, it’s not as if  Islam has targeted Mumbai before, is it?

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  1. cjhartnett says:

    The BBC are happy always to give our Pakistani chums the benefit of the doubt whenever it comes to India.
    I would await the Mumbai police, but the BBC seem happy enough to put up the old colonial tape and chide India for being somewhat mercenary and capitalist…Slum Dog being a romcom as opposed to actually inspiring anyone to go out and get free via capitalism. So unlike Al Queda-who apart from 9/11 have been rather kind to the penguins…”off grid” as it were!

    Imagine if all those romantic exotic would-be Ghandis chose to get out of the ashrams and get free of the State…heck,we`d have to stop the oiks flying, we`d need to whack on green taxes for our extortionate energy bills…oh, wait…that IS what is happening isn`t it?
    Are The BBCs linene suits ethically sourced from our Indian chums-well school age kids anyway!-and do Primark need to make a special for Fox news I wonder?
    Only asking!


  2. David Preiser (USA) says:

    Funny how this is the exact opposite of how the BBC was sure that the lunatic who tried to kill Rep. Giffords and committed mass murder in the process was a right-wing ideologue inspired by Sarah Palin.  They had no such qualifier in their reporting on that incident.


  3. noggin says:

    yep! india….mumbai mm hmm…bomb ya da ya da
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    with an indepth interview with our top reporter, which you can watch again on newsnight tonight


  4. My Site (click to edit) says:

    Come on guys, they did mention it briefly right at the end of the 10.00 news last night. It was kind of and ‘and finally’ type of story.


  5. George R says:

    It’s rather difficult for the Islamophilic broadcaster, INBBC, to give much uncensored analysis to the latest Islamic jihad murders in Mumbai.

    And then there are its political priorities in opposing Murdoch, and Israel.

    These days, for a proper analysis of jihad in Mumbai, it is necessary to turn away from INBBC and the ‘Guardian’ which refuse to use the word ‘jihad’ and so immediately put any reader on the wrong political track, as intended.

    Spencer: Jihad in Mumbai Again


    • john in cheshire says:

      George R, Russia Today gives me a more balanced understanding of world news, these days, than the bbc. And Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert tell me more about the financial mess and the evil that the world’s banks perpetrate than anything I can read or listen to or watch here in the UK.


  6. Grant says:

    We shouldn’t rush to judgement. It might be these damn Buddhists again.


  7. Chairman of Selectors says:

    not that it makes any difference, I wrote to the BBC yesterday to ask why in their extensive online coverage of the Mumbai bombs, the words Islam or muslim didnt appear once. NOT ONCE. Just un-fucking-believable.