Saturday, 25 October 2008

A Lot of Developments and A Lot to Say

Hi all, it's a long time since i posted any message on this site....well it was a very busy time for me....there have been a lot of development in the recovery of the kohinnoor diamond and indian heritage saga.....we are now preparing an application under the Right to Information Act (RTI) to learn about the steps so far taken by the Government of India to facilitate the recovery of the kohinnoor diamond and indian heritage expropriated under the duress of British colonial occupation of India..... we also have had to suffer several set backs in the media front especially from the so called independent media of Britain who flatly refused to cover the legal notices against the British queen and buckingham palace despite evidencing their lying in this matter.....the Head of AFP in India who is a Brit politely told a journalist friend of mine that they could not cover the news although it was interesting as Britian had about 12% stake in AFP despite it is predominently a French company.......this same person also claimed to my friend that he could have published the story had he been working for an American news agency......this friend of mine also told me that the BBC in Delhi flatly refused to publish the news about our legal notices against the British Queen in her capacity as the Head of State, the Supreme Governor of Church of England and the Head of the Commonwealth.......These news agencies clearly surrendered their much bragged about spirit of independence and media freedom to cover up the actions of their respective governments....... A British resident journalist/agent told me that even the Taliban has raised a claim on the Kohinnoor diamond....can you believe the British government giving legitimacy to the Taliban against all UN regulations and NATO resolutions by entertaining their claim????.....this statement alone generates huge public interest angle as the world is fighting terrorism and India is the country with the second largest number of victims of terrorism after Iraq....... another media channel who carried out an interview of my lawyer and myself did not want to air it for "mysterious reasons" although the matter has tremendous public interest and relevance to the peoples of India....... It can be safely assumed that many attempts to recover the kohinnoor diamond and indian heritage from Britain got frustrated because of the connivance of several Indian bureaucrats, "experts" busybodies .....But my struggle i want to continue.....if good hearted people could support my legal action i would be grateful......no India would be grateful to them.........

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bharatjohnson said...

just testing whether comment is not disabled on this site