BBC, Indian Monsoon, And More Lies

“Now, since you’ve read this far, I hope you’ll excuse me if I take a moment to ram my point home a little harder”.

A picture is worth more than words;


By Paul Homewood


Welcome to the latest barrage of lies and misinformation from the BBC:

This week I went to the scene of terrible tragedy.

A river, swollen by raging monsoon floodwaters, had torn down a bridge on the main road between Mumbai and Goa.

More than 30 people are thought to have died when the great stone structure crashed into the torrent, taking with it two buses and a number of cars.

Some of the bodies were swept more than 60 miles downriver in two days.

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Drought, El Niño, Blackouts and Venezuela

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