And the Evil lives on…with help from NDTV

The first time I saw the interview here I was aghast. Just reading whose interview it was made me cringe. Why are we giving hardened criminals so much space? Completely unnecessary, needless and worst of all, heartless. However, on seeing that it was a foreign publication I consoled myself thinking that they need these types of stories to peddle their own agenda – of showing increase of rapes in India, of denouncing death penalty or of speaking for human rights of criminals. There’s no politer way to say this.

However, just reading it brought back all those horror stories of the Nirbhaya rape to mind. Stories I thought were embedded in the deep recesses of my mind forever, came back to cause unease and disquiet. Stories that were related to not just Nirbhaya, but various other such cases, which may not have got the same attention, but which were equally if not more horrific, haunted me again. It was like reopening a wound that I thought had healed. But, when the mere thought of these incidents shook me into another abyss of helplessness and rage, I realized that such wounds rarely heal. The only healing that probably happens is when you hear that the perpetrators are behind bars rotting for life in some dark jail. Maybe sometimes you even wish death for such people.

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And then I saw an NDTV poster proclaiming “India’s Daughter” and “for the first time, the face of Evil, the rapist speaks on camera.”  Yes, it was about the rapist who killed Nirbhaya. It made me sicker from within. I could not concentrate on anything for the longest time. I tried to reason with my mind on all the possible reasons that may be thrown at me on why this interview should be aired. From how will you know evil if you don’t hear his horrendous thoughts to even a rapist has freedom of speech, nothing, nothing could convince me into believing why this interview should be aired. We all know the gory details of what he and his friends did that day. If we hear it in this NDTV exclusive, will the crime change or will it be any less horrific? Or will anyone develop feelings of forgiveness towards him? Why give space to a perverted, macabre rapist? Why NDTV why?

We do not worry about the human rights of the terrorist.We still feel. We still care. And we do so for the right people.

If I, a commoner and a mother can get so agitated at this very thought, how would the parents of Nirbhaya feel? A horror which they must be reliving through court cases every day, now gets a fresh lease of life through this heavily publicised interview. With this cashing in on somebody’s pain, NDTV has shown that it can beat its own past record and reach a newer, lower nadir.

In its mad rush for TRPs, did the geniuses at NDTV even for a moment, try to fathom the plight of the parents of Nirbhaya? If a child is alive after the horror of rape, getting her to live life without negativity and cynicism is the biggest challenge parents face. But if memories are all they have of their child, then just visualize the parents looking at his/her toys, clothes, school/college bags and photographs ever so often, fighting tears. They must be choking at every memory of a dear little child they cared for, only to have it snatched away rudely by some depraved criminal who could not control his lust. And now, dear NDTV as a TV channel, you want THEM to “hear the evil?”

Families who have been devastated by this very evil – brothers who lost their sisters, husbands who have lost wives and of course parents, who have lost their daughters – are those who must be cringing right now. And dear NDTV, if by any chance they react to this interview favourably, please do not think they are endorsing what you do. When you have lost what you cherished the most in the world, the inner resilience and inertness you develop towards pain and sorrow is something a channel hunting for TRPs can probably never see or recognise.

And so, dear NDTV, I’ll ask you politely: please, it’s my request to refrain from airing this interview of this horrendous person. We all know evil and we all know the horrors of rape and unlike you, we all still have hearts that feel for others’ pain. So when a soldier dies on the border, we imagine how his family must be living without him, when a cop sacrifices his life but keeps a terrorist alive so that we get information about the attacks, we feel for that cop who died on duty. We do not worry about the human rights of the terrorist. We still feel. We still care. And we do so for the right people.

But if you do, too, care for the right people, you will not air that interview, NDTV. Because by airing an interview of a proven scumbag, you are doing the society no good. In speaking to a rapist, you are giving him publicity when all he needs is to be is rotting in a black hole. It is said that the evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones. And if anyone asks me for a real life example for this saying, I will just point them to the footage of your “exclusive interview of evil”—if you decide to air it.

The author is a commentator on current affairs.
  • Indian

    By the way can anybody tell? Why ShankhNaad site is down??

  • Indian

    A good article by Dr Subramanium Swamy

    https://www.facebook.com/notes
    /unofficial-dr-subramanian-swamy/indian-subversion-an-analysis/349997698473218

    INDIA is now fast tracked to demoralization stage, and then comes destabilization. The RISING INDIA IS not in interest of the slave runners of yesteryears who know that MODI’s INDIA will break its ass and ask for recompensing plunder of 200 years. However, what Brits could not loot in 200 years, the slut EAST ITALIAN COMPANY DID IN 10 YEARS

  • Indian

    Judiciary Huh?? The Congress-Italia promoted all the corrupt christian judges like K.G Balakrishnan and that Katju. No doubt while a average Indian will be in Jail under False POCSA and Dowry acts for years. TEETA Seetalwad like enemies of nation get bail on the phone. By the way the Congi dogs who are barking about the release of a terrorist in Kashmir, are the same, with the Lutyens NDTV brand, slutparaders in tow, who did not raise a whimper, when the sonia panty cabinet members, the Unelected NAC, like the Open CIA-Vatican running dog John Dayal, Buta Singh etc. called for UN intervention in India when some christians were attacked after the barbaric Murder of Swami Lakshmananda in Orissa by the Church, with tacit backing of this rabid christian white skinned rat sonia and though John Dayal, Rafeal Cheenath etc are named in killing, they are roaming freely. This white christian racist Klannist women, is silent in Sister Abaya Rape and Murder and saving of the christian priests involved by sonia. Why is this Italian-British christian nazi Udwin and the NDTV whorehouse silent on the rape and murder of a 13 year old German girl by the son of Congress Deputy CM (Christian offcourse) and the way these media whorehouses have saved those
    By the way IT IS ALL CHRISTIAN-CHURCH-SO CONSPIRACY HATCHED BY SONIA AND CHRISTIANS to destroy the image of India specially Hindus. SONIA should be targeted ruthlessly. AND Nefarious Deshdrohi TV should be taken on streets, including likes of N.Ram. Why not a Hashtag about #GARROTPORNO ROY

  • Indian

    Check This Out. The Five Eyes – The so called nexus of five Christian terrorist-White racist nations Intelligence agencies -Australia, NZ, UK, USA and Canada have been provided a base in India by the Italian Christian Demon TADAKA sonia,in addition to bases to Opus Dei, ISIL, Italian Organ, Drug, child prostitution and slavery and paedophilia mafia as released by Edward Snowdon.
    No doubt who controls the media whorehouses in India now, and why all these Anti National, Anti Hindu, swines in human clothes (99% christians with thug like Hindu names) AND HOW THE CIA running dog Kejriwal won. No doubt WHY THE NEFARIOUS DESHDROHI TV and its owner PORNO roy and his Keep BUR-KHAA DATTA (Anagram of Khabar) Datta lick the shit in Delhi. INDIA was never ruled by British demons directly but with the help of TRAITOR PIGS LIKE PORNO roy, suardesais AND ILK..Till a strong Ultra Right which will be more than willing to take the PIMPS OF ITALIAN WHITE SKINNED NAZI MAFIA, PIMPS of ISIL, TERRORISTS, Italian Organ Drug, child pornography, Human and child pedophilia Mafia, the media whores, Communists, Congis on streets, jungles, urban centers and Propaganda and LIES nothing will happen. WE should start by studying how Spanish defeated the Commie monsters through “White Terror”, Hindus have to fight the Christian,Commie, Media whorehouses Products of sluts and British, US, Russians , Chinese, and Italian COMBINE.Better start by recruiting the retired Military, Police and CPO men to fight the evil. SONIA should be tried for treason and Breaking the country and all Congis, Commies wiped-SUHARTO SOLUTION

    https://twitter.com/legitgov/status/574817293126991872/photo/1

  • suru

    Manini: Thanks for the article..Yes the title is very apt.!

  • Chandra Ravikumar

    “I  came here to inquire into why men rape and men rape not just in India, but men rape globally, this was not an India-centric inquiry” – words of the director of the documentary as reported by NDTV.

    NDTV and the makers of the doc. I challenge you to answer the following questions:

    Ques.1. If it is an inquiry into a global phenomena, why did you come to India which, according to 2010 stats. for incidence of rape, falls 94th out of 119 countries for which stats. are avilable. USA comes 14th. Sweden is 4th! 

    Ques.2 If it is a global phenomena that you are inquiring, then why have you not talked of, given comparisons to, nor done interviews with/in even one more country?

    Ques. 3. So what was different about the Indian case that brought you here. The difference was that the whole country, man, woman, urban, rural, millions and millions of them were out on the streets, protesting, marching, scaling fences, on sathyagraha; it was historical in its scale and impact. No where else in the world, even the most ‘advanced’ countries woth higher Rape incidents, has such a thing!

    The question is, have you accentuated this aspect, that India reacted to this ugliness in humanity as no other had ever had?

    Ques. 4. Rape is a heinous offence. Equally or more heinous is rape of children. In the last few years, the Catholic church has spent 50 billion dollars (yes!) and more pending, settling cases pertaining to child molestation by its priests wearing “holy vestments”. Why did not the producers make a film on this? Because the subject of infamy was christian, churchmen and white? 

    Ques.5. I have given here links to what the Indian and British  laws are on revealing a rape victim’s identity, among other things. There are also condemnations of the media’s unrestrained exploitation of such base crimes to attract increased clientele due to the titillatory nature. 

    The question is, if you break the laws of two countries; if the BBC breaks the laws of two sovereign countries, are you not criminals?  Rape is not only physical. It can be emotional, intellectual, moral too. Therefore, are you not rapists too? Have you not raped the laws of these countries?

    ( Do not repeat here that the father of the victim wants everyone to watch the doc. If I had been the mother of th victim, or even as just a mother, I would want these rapists to be emasculated, tortured as they tortured the victim, slowly, making them suffer for a very long time, and show them everyday in every way possible the ugly evil monsters they are! But just as my wishes are irrelevent, the father’s wishes are irrelevent in the course of justice.)

     Ques. 6. Now lastly, this is a question posed especially to NDTV and the baying “freedom of speech” hordes, who criminally and illegally appropriate to themselves the roles of “people’s voices” and “civil society” in India:

    If this documentary had not been made by a white -skin and NGO types ably supported by the vindictive colonial minded BBC –  but had been made by a VHP, or RSS, or even a BJP, or a Hindu group or organization, with brown skins and Tilaks,  what would the reaction of the NDTV and the “free speech and secular”  media, artists, filmy lot, face-book butterfly brains etc. have been? 

    I have thrown the challenge. Now we will see your guts and honesty in your anwer! 

    Here are a few links to relevant websites:

    http://cis-india.org/internet-governance/blog/privacy/privacy-media-law
    The following quote is from above.
    “Safeguarding Identity of Rape Victims
    Section 228A of the Indian Penal Code makes disclosure of the identity of a rape victim punishable. In the recent Aarushi Talwar murder case and the rape of an international student studying at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) the media frenzy compromised the privacy of the TISS victim and besmirched the character of the dead person.[14] In the TISS case, the media did not reveal the name of the girl, but revealed the name of the university and the course she was pursuing, which is in violation of the PCI norms. In addition to revealing names of individuals, the PCI norms expressly states that visual representation in moments of personal grief should be avoided. In the Aarushi murder case, the media repeatedly violated this norm.

    The media in both cases spent enough newsprint speculating about the crimes. Abhinav Pandey[15] (name changed), a senior journalist reporting on crime, agrees that the media crossed its boundaries in the TISS case by reporting sordid details of how the rape took place. “Names of victims of sexual crime cannot be reported. In fact, in many instances the place of stay and any college affiliation should also be avoided, as they could be easily identified. Explicit details of the offence drawn from the statement given by the victim to the police are irrelevant to the investigation or to the public at large. Similarly, names of minors and pictures, including those of juveniles, have to be safeguarded.”

    http://ejlt.org/article/view/172/262

    The above article challenges the media’s claims to being a socially reponsible, fair and alturuistic bunch.

    http://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/rp-pr/cj-jp/victim/rr03_vic1/p6_1.html

    The following is an extract from above:

    “The overview of common law jurisdictions which follows is more focused on privacy and, in particular, the anonymity of sexual assault victims. Albeit with local variations, protecting the identity of these victims can be described as a widely accepted statutory exception to the open court principle in Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand. In none of these countries is there a system of constitutional rights analogous to that either of Canada or the United States. For that reason there is little jurisprudence on the question of open court versus victim privacy. The statutory provisions state the law, and although questions of application may arise, the law itself cannot be challenged in court.

    As noted in Chapter Two, the open court principle is a common law concept which finds its roots in a long-standing tradition of British justice. Though exceptions to publicity and open courts were recognized at common law, victim privacy was not among them. [cclxxx] Thus in Britain, “where the tabloid newspapers give huge coverage to sexual offences”, any woman “could count on the whole country knowing who she was and what had been done to her”. [cclxxxi] In due course, this was “too nauseating for even English public taste” [cclxxxii] and in 1976 Parliament passed a law which made it an offence to disclose a rape victim’s identity. [cclxxxiii]

    Gaps in the law quickly became apparent, however. The statutory ban did not apply until a person had been accused, which meant that the victim could be identified up until her attacker became known. In one case, a newspaper ran a photo of a clergyman’s daughter attending church, not long after she had been raped in her father’s vicarage by burglars. [cclxxxiv] She could be identified under the then existing provision because the gang of burglars was still at large. The law was soon amended to protect the victim’s identity from the time the commission of an offence is reported. [cclxxxv] Second, the ban initially applied only to those who are victims of rape, and has now been amended to include the victims of other offences, such as buggery, indecent assault, and incest. [cclxxxvi]

    In addition to the distinctive statutory measures that protect victims of sexual offences, legislation permits the court to prohibit the identification of a child. [cclxxxvii] The victims of other offences are occasionally protected by a judge’s discretionary power to forbid the publication of an individual’s identity. At common law, the court has a general power to order that a name be withheld; this kind of order is often considered appropriate, for example, in a blackmail case. [cclxxxviii]”

    “I  came here to inquire into why men rape and men rape not just in India, but men rape globally, this was not an India-centric inquiry” – words of the director of the documentary as reported by NDTV.

    NDTV and the makers of the doc. I challenge you to answer the following questions:

    Ques.1. If it is an inquiry into a global phenomena, why did you come to India which, according to 2010 stats. for incidence of rape, falls 94th out of 119 countries for which stats. are avilable. USA comes 14th. Sweden is 4th! 

    Ques.2 If it is a global phenomena that you are inquiring, then why have you not talked of, given comparisons to, nor done interviews with/in even one more country?

    Ques. 3. So what was different about the Indian case that brought you here. The difference was that the whole country, man, woman, urban, rural, millions and millions of them were out on the streets, protesting, marching, scaling fences, on sathyagraha; it was historical in its scale and impact. No where else in the world, even the most ‘advanced’ countries woth higher Rape incidents, has such a thing!

    The question is, have you accentuated this aspect, that India reacted to this ugliness in humanity as no other had ever had?

    Ques. 4. Rape is a heinous offence. Equally or more heinous is rape of children. In the last few years, the Catholic church has spent 50 billion dollars (yes!) and more pending, settling cases pertaining to child molestation by its priests wearing “holy vestments”. Why did not the producers make a film on this? Because the subject of infamy was christian, churchmen and white? 

    Ques.5. I have given here links to what the Indian and British  laws are on revealing a rape victim’s identity, among other things. There are also condemnations of the media’s unrestrained exploitation of such base crimes to attract increased clientele due to the titillatory nature. 

    The question is, if you break the laws of two countries; if the BBC breaks the laws of two sovereign countries, are you not criminals?  Rape is not only physical. It can be emotional, intellectual, moral too. Therefore, are you not rapists too? Have you not raped the laws of these countries?

    ( Do not repeat here that the father of the victim wants everyone to watch the doc. If I had been the mother of th victim, or even as just a mother, I would want these rapists to be emasculated, tortured as they tortured the victim, slowly, making them suffer for a very long time, and show them everyday in every way possible the ugly evil monsters they are! But just as my wishes are irrelevent, the father’s wishes are irrelevent in the course of justice.)

     Ques. 6. Now lastly, this is a question posed especially to NDTV and the baying “freedom of speech” hordes, who criminally and illegally appropriate to themselves the roles of “people’s voices” and “civil society” in India:

    If this documentary had not been made by a white -skin and NGO types ably supported by the vindictive colonial minded BBC –  but had been made by a VHP, or RSS, or even a BJP, or a Hindu group or organization, with brown skins and Tilaks,  what would the reaction of the NDTV and the “free speech and secular”  media, artists, filmy lot, face-book butterfly brains etc. have been? 

    I have thrown the challenge. Now we will see your guts and honesty in your anwer! 

    Here are a few links to relevant websites:

    http://cis-india.org/internet-governance/blog/privacy/privacy-media-law
    The following quote is from above.
    “Safeguarding Identity of Rape Victims
    Section 228A of the Indian Penal Code makes disclosure of the identity of a rape victim punishable. In the recent Aarushi Talwar murder case and the rape of an international student studying at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) the media frenzy compromised the privacy of the TISS victim and besmirched the character of the dead person.[14] In the TISS case, the media did not reveal the name of the girl, but revealed the name of the university and the course she was pursuing, which is in violation of the PCI norms. In addition to revealing names of individuals, the PCI norms expressly states that visual representation in moments of personal grief should be avoided. In the Aarushi murder case, the media repeatedly violated this norm.

    The media in both cases spent enough newsprint speculating about the crimes. Abhinav Pandey[15] (name changed), a senior journalist reporting on crime, agrees that the media crossed its boundaries in the TISS case by reporting sordid details of how the rape took place. “Names of victims of sexual crime cannot be reported. In fact, in many instances the place of stay and any college affiliation should also be avoided, as they could be easily identified. Explicit details of the offence drawn from the statement given by the victim to the police are irrelevant to the investigation or to the public at large. Similarly, names of minors and pictures, including those of juveniles, have to be safeguarded.”

    http://ejlt.org/article/view/172/262

    The above article challenges the media’s claims to being a socially reponsible, fair and alturuistic bunch.

    http://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/rp-pr/cj-jp/victim/rr03_vic1/p6_1.html

    The following is an extract from above:

    “The overview of common law jurisdictions which follows is more focused on privacy and, in particular, the anonymity of sexual assault victims. Albeit with local variations, protecting the identity of these victims can be described as a widely accepted statutory exception to the open court principle in Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand. In none of these countries is there a system of constitutional rights analogous to that either of Canada or the United States. For that reason there is little jurisprudence on the question of open court versus victim privacy. The statutory provisions state the law, and although questions of application may arise, the law itself cannot be challenged in court.

    As noted in Chapter Two, the open court principle is a common law concept which finds its roots in a long-standing tradition of British justice. Though exceptions to publicity and open courts were recognized at common law, victim privacy was not among them. [cclxxx] Thus in Britain, “where the tabloid newspapers give huge coverage to sexual offences”, any woman “could count on the whole country knowing who she was and what had been done to her”. [cclxxxi] In due course, this was “too nauseating for even English public taste” [cclxxxii] and in 1976 Parliament passed a law which made it an offence to disclose a rape victim’s identity. [cclxxxiii]

    Gaps in the law quickly became apparent, however. The statutory ban did not apply until a person had been accused, which meant that the victim could be identified up until her attacker became known. In one case, a newspaper ran a photo of a clergyman’s daughter attending church, not long after she had been raped in her father’s vicarage by burglars. [cclxxxiv] She could be identified under the then existing provision because the gang of burglars was still at large. The law was soon amended to protect the victim’s identity from the time the commission of an offence is reported. [cclxxxv] Second, the ban initially applied only to those who are victims of rape, and has now been amended to include the victims of other offences, such as buggery, indecent assault, and incest. [cclxxxvi]

    In addition to the distinctive statutory measures that protect victims of sexual offences, legislation permits the court to prohibit the identification of a child. [cclxxxvii] The victims of other offences are occasionally protected by a judge’s discretionary power to forbid the publication of an individual’s identity. At common law, the court has a general power to order that a name be withheld; this kind of order is often considered appropriate, for example, in a blackmail case. [cclxxxviii]”

  • Dr. MS

    The problem with lot of Indians is that they too have become perverts who listen to these kinds of stories for cheap entertainment…and prefer titillation over knowledge and awareness. I have always said there is a difference between “most batterers and rapists”. Male batterers come in a spectrum of personalities and motives…some of it is deep insecurities, and/or the inability to express repressed emotions in a civilized manner without physically attacking the other. But rapists are “men with a belief in their own narcissistic entitlement, and power-over their object of lust or need or anger”. It is very hard to change a rapist’s mind, while some batterers can be reformed even behaviorally.

    I agree that these stories have become a fodder for BBC, NYT, etc. to do their own “India or Hindu or Indian people bashing”. They same group that will turn an Indian Chief Minister of a State into a terrorist for a riot, while dictators who terrorize their own people for decades are well funded by the same group or government.

    As long as there are Indians with no patriotism or a sense of fairness or sense of balance…there will always be cheap media appealing to cheap audience exploiting extreme events. And some of those who watched all over the world, from the US, England and the Middle East, were probably men with a rapist mind. They were probably enjoying the gore rather than be horrified by the interview. The journalist who did the interview should come out and talk about the rape in her own life…and the men in her own community who did it. Why focus on India?

  • reinie tan

    Wow you guys are narrow minded.

    How do we look forward without looking at the past? How do we understand humanity if we don’t examine both the good and the vile? Those who are afraid can never move forward and that is why most victims of crime choose closure more than anything else. We see families of murder victims ask why, to make sense of it and to move forward. This is why we have enquiries and trials. Its not voyeurism, it’s awareness.

    Also you guys are stupid to think that the BBC is doing this for profit. Do some basic research. The BBC doesn’t need India’s money. The BBC is funded solely by UK TV licence and tax payers. Its an autonomous organisation outside the UK government and BBC Four especially is a branch specifically for educational and cultural knowledge. K. Harapriya not everything has to be for profit, and not everyone wants to “profit off others misery”. That argument is invalid. If you’re thinking of banning the BBC in India and “hitting them where it hurts, in their purses” it’ll only be your loss, not the BBC, really…So no more new episodes of Sherlock for you guys…

    • pvas

      @reinie tan – you really are ignorant, aren’t you?! ROFL! Sherlock Holmes series from BBC is rarely seen in India (and nor do vast majority of Indian even know or care about Sherlock), because the overwhelming majority of international TV channels broadcast in India is news channels – BBC world news, CNN international, DW, France TV5, etc. The movie channels such as Hallmark, are not entertainment channels from the UK! Hence, if people stop watching BBC programs, it will not hurt Indians in any way. The only Sherlock Holmes serial that I myself have seen was a single episode in the US (shown on PBS channel), and it sucked big time! LOL.
      BBC News is made fun of in many western countries, for its shoddy reporting and quality of programs and presentation. So UK tax players can go ahead and keep funding a channel that nobody else, including those in the UK, watch. Strange, how the overwhelming majority of viewers in the UK also don’t watch BBC news or its entertainment channels! This might be the reason why BBC keeps trying to air more and more cheap, erotic, tasteless programs, resorting to gimmicks, in order to prop up its viewership around the world. Next time, please tell them to devote an entire series on ”Prince” Andrew’s semen-filled underwear, just after he’s finished humping a 10 year old child. Now, that might get more viewers, especially in England, where they seem obsessed with their royalty.

      Either way, True, BBC’s financial woes are no concern of us, but neither is British tax payer’s funding of a worthless TV channel with declining viewership. That too is their problem! LOL.

      • reinie tan

        OMG, LOL! Your reply is not even worth the space its typed on! No one watches the BBC…I smell bullshit….Troll, don’t you know intelligent is the new sexy?

        I don’t work for the BBC. I’m a female ethnic minority living in the UK and I’ve lived in many different countries in 3 different continents, and I can safely say your views are the miniscule minority. And please just so you know, assuming that every male in the UK is a pedophile based on a media headlines is like me assuming every male in India is a rapist. Luckily for you UK tax payers who pay for programmes like this to be made are intelligent enough to know this isn’t true. DO NOT insult the intelligence of the viewers. This whole knee-jerk reaction and all your over-sensitive comments, just make it seem like you “doth protest too much”….think about that for a second would you?

        BTW I am laughing my head off, BBC Four makes ‘cheap, erotic, tasteless programes’? (You do know they make Antiques Roadshow and make documentaries about Monastaries right?) That’s news to me….Also I’ve seen bollywood films so please no stones in glass houses ok?

        • pvas

          “”I’m a female ethnic minority living in the UK and I’ve lived in many different countries in 3 different continents,…”
          WHAT!!! Now you have me completely impressed! Many different countries in 3 continents! WOW!!!! The “ethnic” English troll has actually travelled around the world – three times around, all with one hand and one leg tied behind (with the BBC camera following him/her around perhaps, documenting the process)! LOL!
          Antiques Road show??? Programs on Monastaries??? Huh? Now you have gone and lost me completely!!! – And that’s how much popular BBC programs are around the world! LOL!!
          Got to love your show of patriotism though. Now keep your ”ethnic” chin up and go watch your ”road” or “”street”” shows – whatever makes you happy. The rest of us daren’t keep you away from it!

        • Indian

          Your bloody name seems that of a Chinese-Phillipino AND just shut your mouth, this is India not your filthy Gutter Philippines, whose 16 year old shameless christian sluts Love to lay with 100 85 year old white skins for money,. What you Chinese and Philippininas are know for by the way. Just export of shameless sluts from Dubai to Detroit. You would surely have sucked up on 3 continents using your f…ing your way everywhere. And to shame all the Italian monster in India allowed these begger Phillipinos visa on arrival, as they come mostly as sex slaves of White skinned Rascals.Go what you do best. Find a new white skinned Old Fart for few pegs of liquor, or some sheikh or sheikhs .This is an INDIAN SITE and not some gutter Filipino slut parader advertisement. Now filthy s..ts and that too from Gutter nations like Phillipines where rape is Legal and celebrated if done by a white cannibal . AND PARTING SHOT – BBC – BASTARDS BROADSHEET CORPORATION..You have seen Bollywood movies, but even the worst of Blue Film is better than a Phillipina-Chinese sluts Normal day

        • Indian

          Lectures from million bedded slut, well you might have taught something to NDTV brigade of …s..ts

      • Indian

        Indians are not a least interested in Bastard Broadsheet Corporation, pvas, BUT the Fillipina shameless sluts will eat shit and will lay his daughters for anything WHITE. No doubt the name of this tan is Pino. I have been in Gulf and can easily see that they go for lowest rates and these sluts go with white skinned maddogs 4 times their age. Their mothers arrange their own daughters for white skins here in Gulf and their rates are lowest, though they are so filthy that only a white skinned filthy smelly ‘western christian” will touch them.Mostly work as “House maids’ and entertainment sluts

    • Prasad

      Hi – you views have raised a few questions
      1. You say that this documentary is not voyeurism but a trial. How long has it been since “making a documentary of a criminal with his “quotable quotes” for profit, replaced a legal trial in the UK ? (where you live now).

      2. BBC did not do this for profit – are you by any chance on the board of BBC or the auditor of BBC’s books?

      3. You say that BBC does not need any money from India. You did not say that the BBC does not need money from any country. The director Udwin also said that she gave it to the Indian “distributors” for free which means that where other countries’ distributors are concerned there has been a commercial deal. So, what’s so great about her (& BBCs) motive ?? Is it that they have magnanimously decided to forego a part of the profit that they would have made by selling the Indian rights??. Making a profit out of making a documentary that highlights a poor girl’s miseries, projecting the actions and words of a lowest of a low life rapist, mutilator and murderer, recording the views of people with regressive attitudes who support the rapist and in the process tarring an entire society with the same brush as these few great examples are what you would call as an honorable business ?

      4. If BBC is so “above board” then why did it not heed to the Indian government’s request to first submit the video to Indian government officials? When the Indian government stayed the broadcasting of this documentary in India pending
      investigation why did the BBC rush in to advance the date of its worldwide screening ?

      5. Why did this lady Udwin run away to UK and say that she will not come back to India? Do you know that this lady has said that India is full of sick people and that the all Indian males are bad ( ..it is not that some apples in the barrel are
      rotten, but the entire barrel is rotten). Do you agree with her view points? If she realized that all Indian males are bad and that the Indian society of sick then what was her motive in making / releasing the movie that she made? She has
      also said that this movie is her “gift to India”. Would it not be appropriate for people in India to think that she has given us a cyanide coated pill as a gift to cure us sick people of all our illness?

      Please try to honestly answer the above questions to your own self.

      Thanks and good day…

  • K.Harapriya

    How can Indians boycott NDTV and BCC? These channels should be taken off air in India.

    • Radha Rajan

      Not Indians, Indian government. If BBC airs it anywhere else in the world, it should be thrown out of India for two years.

  • Radha Rajan

    Sonia Gandhi’s government allowed the white woman from BBC to interview Nirbhaya’s rapist in Tihar jail. We must ask this question – was permission given because it was the BBC and the documentar was a white woman? Am i giving this a racist slant? A resounding yes.

    But then this is not the first time Sonia gandhi and her family meets with criminals in prison. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/I-met-my-fathers-assassin-Priyanka/articleshow/2952959.cms

    In April 2008 Priyanka Vadra came to Tamil nadu to meet Nalini the LTTE terrorist in the Vellore jail. The terrorist was serving a life term in prison after her death sentence was commuted to life imprisonment.

    And why was the terrorist’s death sentence commuted? Because Sonia gandhi did a jesus christ and decided to forgive Nalini bevcause she was the mother of a child.

    Not content with allowing an Italian Roman Catholic to seize the Congress and eventually the country, the shameless Congress and a compliant judiciary allowed Sonia gandhi to get her way.

    The Supreme Court and the Madras High Court must answer the country – are individuals allowed to change a court order to suit their religious beliefs and personal fetishes? Then what is the sanctity of the judicial process and how majestic is the law if a white woman can overturn a court order?

    Not content with Sonia gandhi commuting a terrorist’s death sentence to life imprisonment, her daughter Priyanka Gandhi made a personal pilgrimage to Vellore jail to seek darshan of Nalini her father’s assassin.

    So if mother can forgive and daughter can seek darshan of a terrorist, then why are we surprised that Sonia gandhi allowed another white woman to interview the rapist of a brown Indian?

    Not only must Arun Jailtey the I&B minister not allow this documentary to be telecast in India Modi sarkar must flex its muscle to make sure it is not shown anywhere in the world and will not be uploaded on youtube. If BBC goes ahead then India should use all retributive power available with it and make BBC pay.

    But first Modi sarkar must make Sonia gandhi pay for her decision to allow the BBC to interview the bastard in prison.

    • Indian

      Question is Who actually Killed S m./Rajiv, Indira, Sanjay..I smell a Rat..Since this Italian sonia, the christian evil white skinned monster entered India.From Lal Bahadur Shastri to Gopinath Mundhe much has been fishy..and why did she enter this family just a few months after PL 480 was ended and Green Revolution declared. However, Jaitley will do nothing. HE NEVER pursued NDTV and Bur-khaa despite Radia scam being an open secret and Cases Filed by Sanjay Srivastav against NDTV for Rs 8000 crore Money laundering to ISIL, and it being responsible for Huge casualties in Mumbai attacks by its Direct telecast to Pakistan. In addition, how did PORNO roys and “Suardesai” Italian B…t Network,in place, were 5 mins before the so called Malegaon bombings

      • IndiannotAmused

        jaitly is actually jai italy.

  • IndiannotAmused

    This BBC scumbag may well be part of something bigger.Sonia and Pappu Italvi duo left their stooges and saboteurs in every nook and corner of Indian establishment.Just remember the case of Leela Samson……a thorough inquiry is needed to uncover the chain of command that facilitated this interview.Kind of telling that the Indian media outlet that is airing this is the incorrigible NDTV [ End of TV ] .I suspect rats……lots of hairy, smelly rats.Time to call in the pest-control.

    • Indian

      Correct, the Greatest pests are the SONIA INC and Chinese Pimps of India (M..Fs), the Commies. India Needs its Brownshirts and White Terror squads

  • K.Harapriya

    I wonder how much the documentary producer sold the interview to the BBC for. There is definitely profit to be made on the misery of others. The thing is, there would never be a BBC documentary interviewing catholic priests who are pedophiles to find out their side of the story, or to highlight their mindset.

    • Radha Rajan

      Perceptive.

  • Rangachary Srinivasan

    when arun jaitley was talking in a tourism conference and stated that even a small incident like the delhi rape can affect the country’s economy and other things, the whole media went hammer and tongs and they extracted an apology from him. but, now you can see that they can be worse than any mean thing.

  • K.Harapriya

    When Gerald Celente called the media presstitutes, he was correct. They would sell their bodies and soul for a disgusting story.

  • malavika

    Frankly, how did this BBC journo get access to this bestial cretin? NDTV is shameless to broadcast this vile piece. But the viewers are ultimately to be blamed, it is those shame less viewers who increase the TRPs.