Thursday, January 15, 2015

Social Media continues to expose Main Stream Media.

Story telling is not difficult, provided one has the skill to do so. This is applicable to our media jihadis who are perpetually offering gratuitous advice to all and sundry on subjects and issue about which they have no knowledge or domain expertise.

Fact their faces are visible on TV screens and names are known, beyond that there is absolutely nothing that qualifies them to speak on issue. Impotent anger with BJP in office and Congress no where on the horizon, future is bleak for all them.

Likes of Manish Tewari don’t help matter with their poor comments in flaunting English which convey nothing but the disturbed state of mind of this person. Sagarika Ghose’s Tweet has to be read to be believed, words fail to convey the extreme stupidity of this person.

Arvind Kejriwal the 49 day wonder Chief Minister of Delhi who kept his record of running away from responsibility intact. His arrogance is total, both tweets do not convey any remorse, just lust for power.

We were genuinely horrified at the massacre of innocent school going children in Peshawar, what is posted here is more shocking, the support for the terrorists who murdered Charlie Hebdo in Paris. This just put to shame those who were vocal in #IndiawithPakistan.

Nikhil Wagle is exasperated with Rahul Gandhi and Congress.

Barkha Dutt and NDTV don’t give up all that easy, both seem to have special interest in diverting public attention from Islamic Terror. No opportunity is being lost to promote a debate on Freedom of Speech and find a connection where by connect Hindus to it as an equally guilty party.

Times Of India like its TV channel @Timesnow, does not bat an eyelid while spreading falsehood. Using picture of a college where some disturbance had occurred and presenting it as a vandalized Church to public. Social Media is quick on fact checking and exposing media.

Shekhar Gupta finds it hard to spend his time, he often make irrelevant comments on Twitter which expose him and make people wonder how did he become Editor of Indian Express and how did he manage to stay there for so long?     

This just about completes description of the tweets collected on 13th and 14th January 2015 

Tweets of 13th January 2015

Lift the Rock help Shekhar Gupta to crawl out and see it’s 2015 & not 2002.

There is nothing more gratifying than vindication for an individual, more so when it comes from qualified person of that field, industry.

Bharatiya Janata Party as a political party is unable to counter Main Stream Media in particular English language. BJP is the main target for all the TV channels and publication, just as PM Modi has been for past 12 years.

It infuriates supporters of BJP no end to watch party spokes persons floundering on these channel on Prime Time unable to make their point or counter the opposite view effective.

When one enters hostile territory it’s not just advisable, absolutely essential that one be totally prepared and at their sharpest, only then can opposition be countered effectively.
Media is anti BJP is a given, yet repeated BJP ministers are giving interviews, which can and should be avoided in order to convey a message of displeasure for the bias reportage.

Anand Ranganathan alludes to this fact in a series of tweets about Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar’s interview with Karan Thapar , who is well known for is open bias and hate for BJP.

We have the usual apologists Barkha Dutt and Rana Ayyub rant about Terror has no religion, but are unable to answer why Muslims defending the terrorists?

Sagarika Ghose has been away from TV screen and is craving for attention, her article in Times Of India are not getting her that attention. She does resort to tweeting and then complaining about the reaction. “ As you sow, so shall you reap” need to be pasted on her forehead for constantly reminding her.

Unemployed ex-editor of Indian Express is also searching for few seconds of glory on Twitter. Unfortunately he is yet to come out from under the rock that he had crawled in 2002. Very interesting cartoon by Arun Kohli

Tweet do tell a story if you have the time to read it.