Indian murder fest on the high seas.

About a week ago, It seemed the world was celebrating the Indian attack on what was called a pirate ‘mothership’. The attack sank a ship and most of its crew were killed.

 Here’s what I wrote 6 days ago {poor spelling corrected}:

“…we have Indian warships trying to kill people (to the cheers of the international community) accused of being pirates, no investigation, no trial, no fine, no jail time, Just death.”source (scroll down)

 Of course the BBC media supported this illegal extra judicial force, hailing it as a success, and as the BBC does so well, it failed to enquire as to whether the information they were fed was true or not, and it didn’t publically condemn the illegitimate sentence of death some captain saw fit to pronounce.

The BBC wasn’t alone. Many corporate mainstream “news” outlets followed suite, publishing the words of leeches who are an integral part of this rotten ‘money first’ global politico/economic system, leeches from organisations like maritime organisations in London and Asia, some of whom said things like ‘force is the only way to deal with pirates’ as if the old ‘repeat until accepted’ trick was being played upon us again.

Today, the very organisation that cheered the murder of people courteously of the Indian warship, is forced to reveal something closer to the truth:

The Indian warship attacked a Thai fishing trawler and killed its crew.- Read it HERE {Update 3: BBC help the Indian Navy try and cover up it’s crime with this latest unquestioning uncondemning apologist piece}

indian-warship-lets-k-i-double-l-those-fishermen
Indian warship. Lets K I double L them fishermen. Don’t worry, we wont face prosecution afterwards.

 So to all of you who believed without question the propaganda spewed out by the BBC; You have blood on your hands. You may as wall have been with the REAL pirates that day, pulling the trigger unleashing volleys of subsonic burning hot slugs of metal into the bodies of innocent fishermen and not bothering to search for survivors afterwards – a crime under International Marine Law if I am not mistaken.

Be proud of yourself and those like you, for it is your kind that describe the worst of human kind.

Rot in hell.

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Update: I look at the ‘Rot in hell’ damnation with elements of regret, but I was very angry. Actually I am still angry. Angry at the large amount of people still fail to commandeer their own mind, who fail to question the utter rubbish filling their mind every day, and to see the criminal injustice plainly in front of their nose.

Picture hall of shame:

non-pirate-1
lwtc247: Map: the BBC hasn’t corrected its rubbish
e.g. by putting an asterisk beside the “Pirate ship sunk”
label and clarifying at the bottom of the graphic
that actually it wasn’t actually a pirate ship at all.

 
non-pirate-21
lwtc247: The BBC doesn’t challenge the old and tired
“we killed in self defence” lobbox here, exactly
as it deliberately fails to do so in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Note: Now that we know it wasn’t a pirate ship
it makes these claims look even more like a lie.
I don’t think the fishermen would have been firing
on an Indian navy vessel.

non-pirate-3
lwtc247: Once again the BBC reports without
question that the fishing boat (called a pirate ship)
actually threatened the Indian warship. Notice
the picture seems to indicate that the Indian
navy took it upon themselves to kill people
at night. I wonder if this factor will reveal even more
lies by the Indian Navy.

Now that “Piracy” has become an accepted “factual threat” in the minds of the unthinking public – thanks to Oracles of “truth” like the BBC, the Pandora’s box of shoot first, say ‘we acted in self defence against pirates’ later has been well and truly opened. Before it was really only the Brits, Yanks and French that would try this on, but “I wanna play whitey” India is displaying its ugly side too.

It doesn’t take a genius to predict that “piracy” on the seas, like “terrorism” on land, is the excuse herelding a second front of the War OF Terror. What lies in store for countes that don’t yield to the attempt of global hegemony of the Zionist created New World Order, is exemplified by the IN here.

Iran has recently declared it too will fend off ‘pirates’ – clearly a warning that they will treat US’s ‘anti-piracy’ actions as acts of ’piracy’ itself.

Oh Joy.

Remember the last set of US lies about the Iranian ‘threats’ about a year ago? Ho Ho.

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Second update: Based on Al Jazeera’s (English site) report (here)

Navy ’sunk Thai trawler by mistake’

An Indian warship sank a Thai trawler in the Gulf of Aden last week after wrongly assuming  it to be a Somali pirate “mother ship”, an international maritime agency has said.

Ed: Note the complete lack of any suggestion that multiple acts of manslaughter were perpetrated by the Indian Navy. The IMB is supporting lawless and deadly behaviour.

The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) said the trawler had just been taken over by pirates when the navy attacked, a move that was initially hailed as a blow to Somali pirates preying on the region’s shipping lanes.

Ed: This was the ‘internation’ celebration I mentioned. I’m pretty sure it was one of the IMB affiliates who said ‘the only solution is force’. Who the hell is he to determine that? And who said the ‘pirates’ were Somali? They may well have been Somali but how do they know? Were they sporting T-shirts saying “I’m a Solami pirate don’t ya know?”

India’s defence ministry, which earlier released pictures of the ship on fire after the incident, has admitted that it was a Thai fishing boat but said it fired in self-defence.

Ed: The Indian Navy obviously thinks people the world over are as stupid as the people heading the Indian Navy itself. Imagine you’re a ‘pirate’. You see a huge vessel (or if at night as was probably the case, you see it on radar, and it probably launches a few flares, semaphores or tries to contact the trawler on Radio. What do you do?

a) Fire upon the ship that has the potential to blast a hundred trawlers out of the water?

b) Attempt to flee?

c) Surrender?

d) Something else.

I think on the balance of probabilities you can discount option a)

One Thai crew member is confirmed to have died when the Indian frigate, INS Tabar, fired on the boat on November 18. Fourteen others are still missing.

Ed: like I mentioned earlier, it’s likely the Indian navy didn’t give a toss about trying to look for survivors.

A Cambodian sailor from the trawler, which was headed from Oman to Yemen to deliver fishing equipment when it was hijacked, was rescued four days later by passing fishermen.

Ed: Oh Dear! The Indian Navy slipped up. You see, if you kill everyone, there’s nobody to expose your lies. The Crew of the USS Liberty nearly suffered the same fate. I bet the Indian Navy were furious when they heard someone was left alive. It seems the Indian Navy only admitted its act of slaughter because of this man who escaped their death clutch.

Noel Choong, who heads the IMB’s piracy reporting center in Kuala Lumpur, said the IMB received a report on the mistake late on Tuesday from Bangkok-based Sirichai Fisheries, which owned the Ekawat Nava5 vessel.

Ed: Aaah. That may be the death fetish person who I heard say ‘force was the only action’

“We fired in self-defense. There were gun-toting guys with RPGs on it” Commander Nirad Sinha, Indian navy spokesman

Ed: What if the supposed guys who were supposed to be carrying guns and RPG’s had them to DEFEND against a pirate attack? And how was it determined they had guns and RPG’s? Did the attack take place in the day or was it at night? How was it the Indian Navy know exactly that guns and RPG’s were being wielded?
 
He said the company discovered the deadly mistake after speaking to the Cambodian sailor who was recuperating in a hospital in Yemen.

Ed: Ah ha! there we have it. If the poor fisherman was murdered too, nobody would be any the wiser and the Indian Navy would have stuck to its lie, like it did until they found out their lie was exposed.

“The Indian navy assumed it was a pirate vessel because they may have seen armed pirates on board the boat which has been hijacked earlier,” said Choong.

Ed: They MAY have seen it earlier? And how did they know it was being hijacked EARLIER? And if it was hijacked earlier, why didn’t they do anything about it then? This story stinks. Is Donald Rumsfeld advising the Indian Navy by any chance?

“We are saddened with what has happened. We hope that this incident won’t affect the anti-piracy operation by the multi-coalition navies there.”

Ed: Saddened my toe nails. You were trying to get away with the lie. They don’t give a toss. Saddened perhaps that they got found out. Show us your sadness, put the Captain on charges of multiple counts of manslaughter.

In New Delhi, Commander Nirad Sinha, an Indian navy spokesman, said the ship had apparently been hijacked by pirates and that the frigate was responding to the threat to attack.

Ed: Again how do they know it wsa being hijacked?

“In so far as we are concerned, both its description and its intent were that of a pirate ship,” he said on Wednesday.

Ed: What?? – They were flying the Jolly Roger, had one wooden leg, wore eyepatches, were biting down on a scimitar, had black beards and shouted “aaaargh” a lot? description of a pirate ship lobbox. “Pirate ship Model 101 – with auto swabbing features complete with imitation cannons” What a pile of crap.

“Only after we were fired upon did we fire. We fired in self-defense. There were gun-toting guys with RPGs [rocket-propelled grenade launchers] on it.”

Ed: And the damage sustained is where exactly on the ship? Again, put yourself in the shoes of the ‘porates’…. “Aaaarrggh, sea dogs, there’s a large ship approachin’ fire the guns but not the RPG’s – that’ll stop her”

There have been 96 pirate attacks so far this year in Somali waters, and 15 ships with nearly 300 crew members were being held hostage by pirates who are demanding millions of dollars in ransom.

Ed: I’m not saying there isn’t a ‘pirate problem’ But this and a few other aspects of the whole thing sure make my eyebrows raise. And how these pirates think they will get away… Perhaps we’ll find some discarded videos and an abandoned Qur’an together wrapped in one of those T-shirts found in a house in downtown Mogadishu.

An international naval force deployed to patrol the seas of Somalia and the Gulf of Aden has been escorting some merchant ships and responding to distress calls in the area.

Shipping firms have also called for aggressive military approach to tackle piracy off Somalia’s coast and prevent costly re-routing of vessels.

Ed: What happened to shipping lanes? Satellite tracking? Radio communication? The Straits of Hormuz are some of the most heavily patrolled waterways in the world. How come pirates are able to operate hundreds of miles from land?

CNN (“claptrap, no news” as David Icke calls it) STILL insists of carring forward the lie. The slaying of the fishermen is enduringly portrayed as being the pirate mothership. Here’s a pic from the CNN “News Quiz”

cnn-and-the-pirate-lies

See the timestamp. And if you click on “Read the story” It’s quite different from the BBC story. It also seems to be confusing the attack on the two stories of the fishing trawler in that it nudges into the so called ‘pirate mothership’ story. Have a gander:
 http://www.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/africa/11/19/somalia.pirates/index.html

Who are Somalia’s pirates?

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6 Responses to “Indian murder fest on the high seas.”


  1. 1 Antipholus Papps November 26, 2008 at 2:38 pm

    I blame Johnny Depp. Glamourising piracy should be a criminal offence!

    You’re quite correct though, this is shocking behaviour even if it is becoming depressingly common. It would indeed appear that ‘piracy’ is the new ‘terrorism’.

  2. 2 lwtc247 November 26, 2008 at 3:46 pm

    “Glamourising piracy should be a criminal offence! – Aaah, it probably is, but I guess it depends on whose piracy your talking about.

    Stockwell tube station, the side of the A63 near Hull, one nightmare Sunday at the al Nisour traffic circle in Baghdad or now, in the Indian Ocean: This state terrorism must stop and it will only stop once the lazy selfish jackass people of the countries largely responsible, force it to stop.

    But I don’t think they will.

  3. 3 mbantunyankompong December 1, 2008 at 10:31 pm

    Thanks for the analysis, it is very helpful. The US patrols the entire Caribbean, towing refugees from Cuba and Haiti back to their countries, sinking suspected drug traffickers without boarding them, and blockading countries they don’t like. Then in Iraq, 75% of the oil secured and pumped by US forces ends up on the black market. Piracy? Like charity, it starts at home.

  4. 5 lwtc247 September 24, 2010 at 9:39 am

    An Indian apologist for extrajudicial execution using the moniker “IndianArmy” over at http://www.defence.pk/forums/india-defence/73006-indian-warship-ins-delhi-foils-pirate-attack-2.html#post1139419, asks something like “What was a fishing vessel doing in international waters?” as if the question is sufficient to kill innocent fishermen.

    And an answer of “fishing” seems quite beyond him.

    When the disgusting Raj which killed millions upon millions of Indian people, I wouldn’t be surprised if he asked “What were Indian people at Amritsar doing in the way of British bullets bayonets and batons”.

    http://rena.wao.com/gandhi/jpg/G20.jpg


    http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=477028164989033630

    Dyer got a promotion and was hailed as a hero on return back to Britain.


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