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Biased Daily Mail | Primitive Fake News Against Ethiopians

Posted by addisethiopia on June 23, 2017

The following stories will show us how biased and hateful the sensationalist British media is towards Ethiopia and Ethiopians. The following are some of the reports published by the Daily Mail – only in the last couple of weeks – during a Spring of lazy journalism.

In every case, you’ll notice that the language and imagery used are primitive, monotonous and tiresome.

British media waited for days to reveal the identity of both the Manchester and London Islamic terrorists. Even Police don’t release the suspect’s names now. Astonishing, they’re still struggling to openly and truthfully talk about the danger and menace of Islam. Please read here about the hypocrisy of Daily Mail’s pharisee par-excellence, Pierce Morgan.

On the other hand – as the 2nd example demonstrates — they immediately brought the name and origin of the Grenfell Tower resident whose fridge is reported to have started the tower block fire.

Perhaps they are just following a strict order from their deep-state masters:

Example 1

The Story of the ‘Raped’ Hungarian Woman in Germany

a. This incident occurred last year. Only the court case was presented this week, nobody knows yet whether the accuser was right or wrong (I personally doubt her dubious allegation) But the Daily Mail reports as if the alleged rape took place this week.

b. The identity of the alleged rapists is revealed by the German Media as ERITREANS. And they’re indeed Eritreans. But the Daily Mail wrote, „Hungarian woman said ETHIOPIAN men attacked her… „

Example 2

The London Tower Block Fire

The Ethiopian to blame – The Boogeyman

The following story and supplementary video explain why they rushed to find a scapegoat with the Ethiopian taxi driver – everything was pre-planned for a potential „Ethiopian Spring„:

1,500 Complain To IPSO over Mail Online Story Naming Grenfell Tower Resident ‘whose Fridge Exploded’


Press regulator IPSO has received more than 1,500 complaints over a Mail Online story which names and pictures a Grenfell Tower resident whose fridge is reported to have started last week’s devastating London tower block fire.

Some 27,000 people have also signed an online petition urging the Daily Mail and The Sun to “take down all images, mentions of his name and all content linking him to the source of this fire immediately”.

The man has been widely named in other newspapers along with the theory that his fridge started the fire.

The petition says: “Regardless of where the fire began, fire safety experts have made it abundantly clear that a fire safe building would have been able to contain the fire and prevent it spreading. The rapid and unusual spread of the fire begs questions of the institutions responsible for the building, not the residents.”

The Mail Online story is headlined: “The man ‘whose faulty fridge started tower inferno’: Neighbor reveals how Ethiopian taxi driver raised the alarm when deadly blaze started in his fourth-floor kitchen.”

It was punished at 7.15am on Thursday 15 June, the day after the tragedy.

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The Sun story was initially headlined: “First pictures of mini cab driver whose faulty fridge started Grenfell Tower fire”.

The headline was then changed to: “Owner of the Grenfell Tower flat where inferno started tells of agony as death toll is feared to top 100”.

The Sun story was published at 4pm on 15 June. There have been 13 complaints to IPSO about The Sun story.

A Mirror story published at around the same time as The Sun piece, covering similar ground, does not appear to have generated similar attention.

A guide on how to complain about The Sun and Mail Online articles has been circulating on Facebook.

It claims that reports saying the fridge of the man, a 41-year-old taxi driver, started the blaze are:

Inaccurate (because the fire investigation has not been completed)

Breach his privacy

Constitute harassment

And also amount to intrusion into grief or shock.

These all constitute alleged breaches of the Editors’ Code.

A spokesperson for Mail Online said: “In common with several other media outlets Mail Online identified where and how the Grenfell Tower fire started.

It attached no blame whatsoever to the occupant of that flat and in fact details how he raised the alarm and alerted his neighbors personally.

For the record Mail Online believes that, while much is still unclear, the blame for this tragedy lies squarely with those responsible for managing and renovating the tower and the authorities in charge of the policies and safety regulations within which they were operating.

This has been and remains the focus of Mail Online’s extensive coverage from the outset.

It didn’t seem to us that naming the resident would be seen as blaming him since we did not see how any reasonable person could possibly hold him responsible.”

Source

Other graphic examples of twisted and hostile nature:

The Daily Mail reporters seem to speak with the same snaky lying tongue like the lady on this story:

Someone has even come up with a non-existent demonic term, „in the Post Truth era„ to brainwash the masses by manipulating and twisting the universal truth.

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