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Monday, July 22, 2024

Western media’s utterly racist coverage of Ukraine crisis

The most racist Ukraine coverage on TV News.

1. The BBC – “It’s very emotional for me because I see European people with blue eyes and blonde hair being killed” – Ukraine’s Deputy Chief Prosecutor, David Sakvarelidze

2. CBS News- “This isn’t Iraq or Afghanistan…This is a relatively civilized, relatively European city” – CBS foreign correspondent Charlie D’Agata

3. Al-Jazeera- “What’s compelling is looking at them, the way they are dressed. These are prosperous, middle-class people. These are not obviously refugees trying to get away from the Middle East…or North Africa. They look like any European family that you’d live next door to.”


4. BFM TV (France)- “We are in the 21st century, we are in a European city and we have cruise missile fire as though we were in Iraq or Afghanistan, can you imagine!?”
5. The Daily Telegraph – This time, war is wrong because the people look like us and have Instagram and Netflix accounts. It’s not in a poor, remote country any more. – Daniel Hannan
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6. ITV (UK)- “The unthinkable has happened…This is not a developing, third world nation; this is Europe!”

7. BFM TV (France) (again)– “It’s an important question. We’re not talking here about Syrians fleeing…We’re talking about Europeans.”

8. If you speak French, sample from the racism buffet on offer.

(This article has been compiled from the tweet thread of @AlanRMacLeod)

Update

Some more examples have emerged of blatant racism in Western media coverage of the Ukraine crisis

9. NBC News (US) “These are not refugees from Syria. These are refugees from neighboring Ukraine..quite frankly, part of it is, these are Christians, they are Whites. They are very similar to the people who live in Poland,” says the correspondent from Poland.

10. Spanish TV channel – “Blue eyes, very important” (on why Ukrainian lives matter more..)

So while Europeans and their descendants who colonised the ‘new world’ are openly talking about why the lives of ‘people like them’ (White, Christian) matter more, these very countries turn and admonish a country like Bharat when it passes a humanitarian law like CAA to provide expedited citizenship to religiously-persecuted refugees from our Islamic neighbors.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Oh My God! What do they think? The Ukrainians, because of their blue eyes and blonde hair, have the right to live and survive and not the Africans and Asians who do not have blue eyes and golden hair?
    Ukrainians are pronouncedly racial. They practice apartheid literally but not officially. They hate the brown Asians and black Africans. Despite this uncivilized practice by a section of civilized world seemingly close to EU people in terms of physical appearance, India has provided humanitarian aids to these racists in millions of dollars!THE COLOR DOES MATTER. Is it?

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