Monday 24th June 2024,
HHR News

Guardian

Video : ‘ Hinduphobia is a Crime’ Protest at the Guardian Newspaper HQ, London

Video : ‘ Hinduphobia is a Crime’ Protest at the Guardian Newspaper HQ, London

Hindu Human Rights staged a protest outside that mouthpiece of liberal opinion, the Guardian. Liked by all the progressive types and well-meaning but misguided utopianists who think they can remould the world, this hate propaganda machine spews some of the vilest Hinduphobia in existence. In the past, such newspapers would have used openly racist and [...]

October 12, 2021 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives, HHR Activities/Press releases, HHR Videos, News updates, World Focus 0

Press Release : HHR Press Release: Protests against Global Hinduphobia outside the Guardian and the High Commission of New Zealand on 3 October 2021

Press Release : HHR Press Release: Protests against Global Hinduphobia outside the Guardian and the High Commission of New Zealand on 3 October 2021

For the second generation of immigrants growing up in Britain, violence from neo-nazi groups such as the NF, BNP and Combat 18 was a regular if not daily hazard. Add to that the more general racism that pervaded life. This is where it starts from. The fanatic ideological commitment to vilify an entire community or [...]

September 11, 2021 HHR Archives, HHR Activities/Press releases, Hinduphobia, News updates, World Focus 0

The ‘Guardian’ of Hinduphobic Racism Exposed

The ‘Guardian’ of Hinduphobic Racism Exposed

The latest example is a cartoon in the Guardian depicting Priti Patel and Boris Johnson as cows. The discourse around that is a classic example of medieval ‘witch hunting’ where an accusation of the ‘blasphemy’ of her ‘being a bully’ was made and out came the stereotype of a ‘bull’. The bull is an ancient [...]

March 8, 2020 HHR Archives, Hinduphobia, News updates, World Focus 0

Voices of Dissent Vs The Deep Hate State

Voices of Dissent Vs The Deep Hate State

In this era of supposedly free news and information we find that certain ‘dissident’ voices are ostracised and placed beyond the pale. Hence we have the case of Julian Assange. He is not alone in facing the wrath of those who would rather that the public be kept in ignorance. Then there is Tulsi Gabbard, Despite running [...]

May 21, 2019 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives, World Focus 0

Civilising the ‘Hindoo’ Savage : Part 4 – White Savior Selfie Complex

Civilising the ‘Hindoo’ Savage : Part 4 – White Savior Selfie Complex

when it comes to India, that white messiah complex is not just dominant, but the prevailing narrative. Just like the missionary David Livingstone who spoke of coming from a superior race to uplift heathen Africa with the Bible, this White Man’s Burden is the only allowed narrative with regards to Hindus. While the racist Hamitic [...]

August 2, 2018 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives, World Focus 0

Civilising the ‘Hindoo’ Savage : Part Two

Civilising the ‘Hindoo’ Savage : Part Two

In India's case we have William Dalrymple, a complete social misfit in his own native land, so he decided to transplant himself in the same manner which bubonic plague once ravaged Europe by hitching a free ride on fleas infesting rats. Dalrymple has suddenly become the spokesperson on what he calls Hindu 'extremism' when he [...]

October 22, 2016 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives 2

Civilising the ‘Hindoo’ Savage : Part One

Civilising the ‘Hindoo’ Savage : Part One

In fact both Left and Right wings of the western political spectrum end up pushing the same agenda, which is rooted in western imperialism, colonialism, ideas of racial superiority, and attempts to create a utopian New Order out of the unfathomable polytheistic mess that they see around them. Its roots lie in seeing divine intervention [...]

October 11, 2016 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives, World Focus 0

British Left hates Modi: Why Guardian attacked him

British Left hates Modi: Why Guardian attacked him

It is, of course, not out of any solidarity with India’s poor and suffering millions. I wept watching Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address to the British parliament. I found his desi accent difficult to follow, but cried nonetheless. In fact, I wept because of it, raising as it did so many personal issues for me. [...]

November 14, 2015 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives 0
HHR News