Western media’s Ukraine coverage stinks of racism

Western Media’S Ukraine Coverage Stinks Of Racism

The world is on the cusp of a third world war, and the western media is preoccupied with your skin and hair colour.

The western media’s brazen, in-your-face racism in its coverage of the Russian incursion is here to astound you. Here’s a brief question before we get started: Do you believe the newscasters’ attitudes and the notion of European supremacy in 2022 represents the public’s mentality? Or do you consider them to be outliers?

Whatever you decide, after exposing the racist presenters from the BBC, NBC, CBS, and ITV UK, we will certainly let you know where we stand.

Exhibit 1

“It’s very emotional for me because I see European people with blue eyes and blonde hair being killed.”

Ukraine’s Deputy Chief Prosecutor, David Sakvarelidze

Let us start by saying that the racist statement was made by a guest on the broadcast, not by the BBC presenter. The BBC, on the other hand, never questioned the disrespectful comment or objected to its racist tone. What is the source of our issue?

Around 1.3 million people requested asylum in Europe during the 2015 refugee crisis, the majority of whom came from Syria, Afghanistan, and Nigeria. What was the reaction of the West? They barricaded their borders, herded refugees like livestock, and labelled them terrorists! When bombs were launched on West Asia, what was the great question on the BBC’s mind? Allow us to assist you. The BBC focuses on issues such as which European countries would be hardest hit by the refugee inflow. Do you hear what we’re saying?

Exhibit 2

“This isn’t Iraq or Afghanistan…This is a relatively civilized, relatively European city”

CBS foreign correspondent Charlie D’Agata

Iraq and Afghanistan, according to the CBS correspondent on the live show, are uncivilised countries. Their people are illiterate. Their governments are irrational. So they are deserving of war! Hundreds of explosives are due to them. To put it another way, they met the definition of a refugee: non-white skin, destitute individuals fleeing their homes to save their lives and the lives of their children.

Exhibit 3

“These are not refugees from Syria, these are Christians, they’re white, they’re very similar very similar to us”

Kelly Cobiella, NBC news correspondant

We wonder how the Ukraine situation differs from the ones in Syria and Afghanistan. What sets Ukrainians apart from Syrians? Is it due to the fact that the Syrian refugees are Muslim? Because their complexion is darker and their hair isn’t blonde, Europe doesn’t want them, and this isn’t something spoken in a white supremacist cult; it’s happening on live television.

Exhibit 4

“This time, war is wrong because the people look like us and have Instagram and Netflix accounts. It’s not in a poor, remote country anymore.”

Daniel Hannan, the Daily Telegraph

Here’s the thing: for the West, the impoverished and remote country is always the non-white country. To add to that, according to official reports, by the year 2020, 45 percent of Ukraine’s population fell in the category of poor.

Exhibit 5

“The unthinkable has happened…This is not a developing, third world nation; this is Europe!”


Ukraine’s GDP per capita is $3700, Indonesia’s is $3900, Peru’s is $6100, and Mexico’s is $8300. You mention developing countries.

Is it too late to remind them of Europe’s World Wars?

Our Take

The only explanation for the amount of help given to Ukraine, which is not a member of the European Union or NATO, is racism. That’s right. RACISM. Because Ukrainians are white they are treated with respect, whereas Africans and Asians are subjected to border patrols and refugee camps. Western media, we believe, is part of the problem because it reflects the popular mentality of European superiority.

We’ve seen how the West has attacked Asian and African countries in the past, waged war, committed war crimes, and then blocked their borders when people fled. What do you make of this? It implies that, like money and borders, refugees have never been a problem. The skin colour is, was, and will be…

CAUTION: We request not to misinterpret our position. We do not oppose the arrival of Ukrainian refugees. We want to expose the West’s inherent racist worldview.

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