Category Archives: Sarmila Bose

Bengal Bells

Its that time again folks…. a time of fables deeply believed  but utterly untrue: 1971: The myth finally busted Meherjaan, a 2010’s release of Bangladeshi film director Rubaiyat Hossain, was nota pro Pakistani film, yet created a rumpus. Despite partaking … Continue reading

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Critical Thinking on 1971

The brilliant heretic Sarmila Bose on critical thinking on 1971,the numbers game and the politicisation of the conflict. Here’s the summary: Brick Lane Circle invited Sarmila Bose to talk about her new controversial book called ‘Dead Reckoning: Memories of the … Continue reading

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Myth-busting the ‘Bangladesh’ war of 1971

The brilliant heretic  Sarmila Bose on the false myths that are being used to whip up hatred at the Nazi rally in Shahbag square, Dhaka, East Pakistan and maintain the victimisation based religion of Awami League Bengali fascism: Myth-busting the … Continue reading

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The Myth of Genocide in East Pakistan in 1971

The anti-Muslim, anti-Islam grievance culture of “Bangladeshi” nationalism, of which Spittoon boss Faisal Gazi is a prime example, is largely based on the myth of a “genocide” in East Pakistan by Pakistani forces and anti-Nazi allies during the anti-terrorism battle … Continue reading

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The Other 1971

As Britain and much of the world shapes up to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee we should remember that there is in Spittoon’s eyes only one anniversary worth commemorating: those related to the 1971 war and the creation of “Bangladesh”. … Continue reading

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The Narcissism of Victimhood

An excellent article by Khaled Ahmed from a West Pakistani paper in defence of the truth speaking heretic Sarmila Bose. The title perfectly sums up Faisal Gazi and his Awami League clique’s 1971 war whore obsession: The narcissism of victimhood … Continue reading

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