(This is a MaxiPost)
The Editors’ Guild (which is a Union of Snakes) condemned the imaginary attack on Rajdeep Sardesai by PM Modi’s supporters. This relates to the incident at Madison Square Garden, New York. I don’t have to add that the EG is filled with people like Rajdeep (a former president of the EG). They’re people who have forgotten what their job is, what their code of conduct is and what their ethics are. The entire media mafia reacted predictably; without evidence and without facts. Do these people really qualify to be editors? A few days back the same EG issued a grand statement demanding greater access to the PM and PMO:
“A statement issued by the Guild said that a "top-down, one-way interaction in a country with limited internet connectivity and technological awareness cannot be the only answer for large masses of readers, viewers, surfers and listeners. Debate, dialogue and discussion are the essential ingredients of a democratic discourse… By delaying the establishment of a media inter-face in the Prime Minister's Office, in restricting access to ministers and bureaucrats in offices and in reducing the flow of information at home and abroad, the government in its early days seems to be on a path that runs counter to the norms of democratic discourse and accountability”.
Democratic discourse and accountability? The EG members who can blatantly lie, as also other media crooks in the MSM, do not demonstrate any accountability themselves and they think they are God’s messengers to demand it from others. Evidence has proved beyond any doubt that RS was the aggressor, the offender who physically assaulted a person at MSG. All of these clowns exploded against what they call “Modi Bhakts”. They’re just “Modi Bhakts” and not people who came to hear the Indian PM? Well, not according to Rajdeep as we shall see. We would be right in calling these clowns “Congress Coolies” who are predominantly anti-Modi and have been so for over a dozen years. Let’s look at comments from some of these hate-filled clowns:
Let’s do it serially. First, there is this ultimate Morongini from NDTV – Sunetra Choudhury. In her rage she even thinks they have the right to ask obnoxious questions. Like what? Like her stupid boss Barkha asked Tulsi Gabbard are you “going to stick to Hinduism”? Not so long ago another bimbo from NDTV (Nidhi Razdan) screamed “we have the right to question our Supreme Court”. Who the hell are these people? Grannies-in-law of all of India that they can blabber anything? Then there is the stupid Shiv Aroor who claimed he saw the video “frame by frame” and the local guy attacked Rajdeep. Seriously, this guy is totally blind if that’s what he saw and the rest of the world saw something else. Then there is the usual scumbag called Varadabhai who vomits filth at every chance to tar Modi. This anti-Indian American squats in India and spews his hatred on anything that’s connected to Modi, RSS or Hindus. That’s his life. Sick, venal! And then there’s the iRudali who passes for editor at NDTV (responsible for nothing by the way) who as usual is quick to condemn anything to do with ordinary Indians that she hates right from head to her little toe. And all these morons are supposedly editors of the garbage variety who didn’t spare even a few hours to check facts of the incident. This is who they are. And they demand accountability from the PMO?
So what kind of questions did Rajdeep ask? Apart from the usual nonsense of 2002 and the US visa denial he asks the street-people “Is Modi BJP’s PM”? Then he tells them “only 31% voted for Modi” (factually wrong but immaterial) so “what do they have to say to the remaining critics of Modi”. So all the remaining 69% (according to Rajdeep) are haters like him who do nothing all day but rant about and criticise Modi for no reason or rhyme? And this is what these thugs call journalism? All the video evidence is in my previous post. When you imply by questions that the PM is not a PM for everyone but only for one political party then you are indeed abusing your country. How does it matter whether Modi got 31% or 16% votes? Have Modi and his party not won the election fair and square? You land up on foreign soil and abuse your own democratic system then that is indeed abusing India as the poster someone made rightly says.
If you are unwilling to accept a democratically elected PM as your PM: Get out of India and rant and abuse all your life. This is not criticism or demanding accountability from anyone but mindless abuse of the PM and ordinary Indian voters because they voted one particular party. Don’t stay in India or claim to be an Indian if you cannot accept her democratic procedures and verdicts. What code of conduct is that, Mr Aroon Purie? What ethics is that? And do people call Rajdeep a hate-monger and Modi-abuser just for fun? Do they have any genetic motive to dislike him? Not at all? Both Rajdeep and Sagarika have a history of abusing people and Modi. Half the people on SM are writing about media because this hate-filled duo (along with others like Barkha) deserved a spanking. Just go through all the links in this post “The eternal lies of Rajdeep” for a full dossier on Rajdeep’s lies and abuse. This scumbag even claims to be a journalist or an editor? Where in the world is so much hatred peddled by a media-couple? Any answers, Aroon Purie? So too the bimbo Sunetra. Just as Rajdeep abused NRIs as people “With money but no class” this bimbo loses an argument and ridicules a woman just because she’s an NRI:
You hate and ridicule a woman for being an NRI? These scumbags now not only look down upon Indians but also NRIs. The only race that is acceptable to them is the race called “media Sickos”. They keep getting better with time after C5M’s “Ugly Indian males” statement. And they are journalists? They have the right to ask “obnoxious” questions? Fly a kite! And after all this the India-abuser, stuttering, stammering, blabbering Rajdeep goes on another rant about Modi not taking questions from him. Laughable! Watch (1.16 mins):
If you bear so much hatred towards the PM of the country and its citizens you are naturally going to be mocked and ridiculed by ordinary folks. But there is a question of professionalism, of professional code of conduct and ethics. And that is the question that Aroon Purie needs to answer since he is the chairman of the company that employs this hate-monger. Let me remind these people about Virat Kohli and the incident when he was booed by the public. This was Kohli’s reaction:
Mind you, Kohli didn’t assault anybody or insult anyone verbally. For showing his middle finger he was fined 50% of his match-fees. It is a known convention, practice and part of the code of conduct that when professional figures are with crowds they will be applauded and they will be mocked, booed and ridiculed. The professional is expected to take all that in his stride and move on. If he fails, there is a price to pay for breaking the code and professional ethics. What is the price Rajdeep is going to pay, Mr Aroon Purie? Then there was the case of Inzamam-ul Haq in 1997 when he was ridiculed by a spectator with a megaphone who kept chanting “Aloo Aloo” (meaning fat as potato) at Inzamam. The player got into the enclosure and almost beat up the spectator. No matter what the provocation Inzamam was not forgiven for his conduct. He was banned for two ODIs. Has Rajdeep even issued an apology yet, Mr Aroon Purie? How are you dealing with this case? Not enough? Okay, here you go, watch another video (1.22 mins):
France’s great football hero, Zinedine Zidane, a much-admired professional player across the world (not disliked like Rajdeep) was red-carded and sent off for head-butting an opponent in the WC Finals in 2006. Zidane’s opponent had supposedly abused him verbally to which he reacted. Even THAT is not acceptable under professional code of conduct Mr Aroon Purie. Even when two teams are on the ground and one opponent (not some spectator) abuses you, you are not entitled to physically assault him. It invites a punishment. In the case of Rajdeep there were no opponents but ordinary people. Even if they heckled him he had no right to assault anyone. In fact, Rajdeep was the first to call someone an “asshole” and when that person returned the compliment, RS turned back and physically assaulted him. Under which code of conduct or ethics is Rajdeep entitled to this behaviour Mr Aroon Purie? Yours? Just as Zidane received an instant red-card, Rajdeep deserves an instant sacking. And this wasn’t even some “personal” fight that Rajdeep was involved in, he was there as a reporter for India Today group.
All the mafia members – Editors guild, assorted Sickos from TV and print – all of them collectively lied about the MSG incident and portrayed Rajdeep as the victim when the truth was exactly the opposite. Rajdeep was and is the criminal. This mafia doesn’t even follow the first basic rule of journalism: fact-check and double-check before blabbering or reporting. Even carpenters and tailors follow the golden rule: “Measure twice, cut once”. To this day this mafia carries on its hate-campaign against Modi and his supporters. Why in hell do they expect he should talk to them or even share a seat with them? Which of these sickos have apologised for their false portrayal and reporting of the MSG incidents? None! On the contrary a news website, Rediff, grandly published a news item claiming Modi had condemned the attack on Rajdeep. Predictably, this was “Salma-Sabrina” reporting with no basis. Rediff quoted Gautam Adani as having communicated Modi’s comments (as if Adani is Modi’s spokie). The poor guy had to issue a clarification:
So Rajdeep goes and whines with Adani. Fair enough! He claims they abused his son – no way to verify. But if that causes him so much grief then he should ask himself how Modi, as a PM, tolerates all his abuse (and those of others) with professional decency without ever retaliating. This mafia even ridicules Modi's mother. The PM sends the right message by talking to people directly through mass media, social media and now also radio. These mongrels that grovel for crumbs while abusing the man certainly do not merit an audience. Some of them are anti-nationals and who knows which one might pull a knife or a weapon given that scoundrels like Rajdeep can attack ordinary people. And when the truth had hit them all like it always does, this is what his bitter half tweeted:
While Rajdeep maybe a hero to his family it is now established beyond any doubt that this hate-mongering couple is nothing but public nuisance. Sagarika’s tweet is also a veiled admission that she realises that her hubby was the fool and the criminal at MSG. Now that the real story and the truth is out, the spotlight has to turn to Aroon Purie on how he’s going to handle this criminal. Purie was once caught plagiarising content from a magazine. It’s a crime. But he blamed ‘jet-lag’ and his Delhi staff for feeding him those lines as he didn’t know much about the subject he was writing about. That’s how Chief Editors and Publishers of magazines write and then offer the usual excuse about their staff having “fed” them the stuff. Purie apologised and one can forgive his offence as a stray incident and move on.
Rajdeep has not apologised to his victim or to anyone else. In this case apology isn’t enough and Rajdeep is a chronic offender. Rajdeep has breached all codes of decency, of public conduct and any journalistic ethics that the Editors’ Guild claims it has. Does Aroon Purie follow any code of conduct, ethics or morals? If so, these morals and ethics demand that Purie sack this criminal immediately from his company. If he does not, there is a message he sends to his entire team and to the journalistic community at large that they do not have any moral rights to question anyone’s conduct. They will be in no position to demand the resignation of any violent or corrupt politician. Their targets will ask them to look inward instead of pointing fingers at others. Rajdeep belongs in jail. To send him there or not is the choice of the injured party who was assaulted. But it’s now a question whether Aroon Purie has any ethics or morals. That is his and the media’s test.
Tailpiece: On October 3, Rajdeep tweeted (No.1) wondering why someone was tweeting his 6-month old tweet and that it was mischief. The tweet in question (No.2) was one where he plays “victim” after slyly abusing Modi as a “Dog” (No.3 – That was the Nemo-NaMo walk tweet of his). And on February 9, 2014 Rajdeep claimed he was receiving death threats and abuses and fears for his granny (No.4). This sick moron abuses, plays victim and claims fake threats. This is the criminal at his game for over a dozen years. Naturally, Tweeple asked him if he could carry on his nonsense of 2002 for 12 years why he’s averse to being reminded of his 6-month old tweet? Karma!