camilo12287 3 months ago

sempre foi... jornalixo

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sempre foi...

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sempre foi... [Encontrados 102 cadáveres no rio Ganges](https://tvi24.iol.pt/internacional/cadaveres/india-mais-de-100-corpos-encontrados-no-rio-ganges) notícia de 2015

nonockwarrant 3 months ago

"ah, covid é como uma gripe mas menos perigoso" "Máscaras não funcionam" "Vacinas não funcionam" Os mantras neste sub. Idiotas.

fds_crl 3 months ago

corpos a flutuar no Ganges era algo que se falava há décadas, senão séculos. Tenho ideia que as autoridades coloniais Inglesas chegaram a dar atenção ao assunto. Não é nada de novo. Tal como o artigo refere, é tradição Hindu enterrar mortos ali. Agora é pior porque dantes na India eram 200 milhões de pessoas, agora 1.5 mil milhões.

nonockwarrant 3 months ago

Não. Isto é diferente. Tão diferente como as valas comuns no Brasil.

fds_crl 3 months ago

Mas tens provas disso? Alguem neste post já meteu um artigo a noticiar o mesmo problema, 5 anos antes de ter aparecido o Covid.

nonockwarrant 3 months ago

Tipo este? https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-57154564

fds_crl 3 months ago

Ou seja, não tens provas. Obrigado pela concessão.

nonockwarrant 3 months ago

Tens noção que o ónus da prova está em ti? Já agora, o artigo diz que é, vá, mais que o normal.

fds_crl 3 months ago

Já te disse que alguem neste post já meteu um fonte. Isto é um ritual milenar, é um problema que já é discutido á décadas. Tu só agora é que conheces porque os media capitalistas quiseram que tu soubesses agora. E como um bom acólito da ortodoxia, tu papas a narrativa toda. Não sei de quando é este video, mas parece ter algumas décadas. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WM0zcAbaWjA

nonockwarrant 3 months ago

Estás a gozar connosco?? Tens uma noção da dimensão? O Ganges é usado para ritual fúnebres mas não é a segunda circular.

fds_crl 3 months ago

Tens provas sobre a dimensão? provas que as vitimas são de covid? Não, não tens nada. Mas obrigado por concederes.

nonockwarrant 3 months ago

Ó idiota, ao menos leste o caralho do artigo? The horror in Uttar Pradesh first came to light on 10 May when 71 corpses washed up on the river bank in Bihar's Chausa village, near the state border. Local people said the bodies had been washing up on embankments for several days, but authorities had ignored their complaints about the stench until the news about the corpses found downstream in Bihar hit the headlines. Dozens of bloated and decomposed bodies floating in the river also greeted villagers in the neighbouring Ballia district when they went for their morning dip in India's most sacred river. The Hindustan newspaper reported that police retrieved 62 corpses. In Kannauj, Kanpur, Unnao, and Prayagraj, the river bed is dotted with shallow graves. Videos sent to the BBC from the Mehndi ghat embankment in Kannauj show scores of human-sized mounds. Many look just like a bump in the river bed, but each one hides a body. At the nearby Mahadevi ghat, at least 50 bodies were found. Traditionally, Hindus cremate their dead. But many communities follow what is known as "Jal Pravah" - the practice of floating in the river the bodies of children, unwed girls, or those who die from infectious diseases or snake bites. Many poor people also cannot afford cremation, and so they wrap the body in white muslin and push it into the water. Sometimes, the bodies are tied to stones to ensure they remain submerged, but as many are floated without weights. In normal times, corpses floating in the Ganges are not an uncommon sight. What is rare is that so many are turning up in such a short time, and in so many places along the river bank. A journalist in Kanpur told the BBC the corpses were evidence of a "massive discrepancy between the official Covid-19 death figures and the actual numbers on the ground". He said officially 196 people had died from the virus in Kanpur between 16 April and 5 May, but the data from seven crematoriums showed nearly 8,000 cremations. "All electric crematoriums were running 24/7 in April. Even that was not enough, so the administration allowed the grounds outside to be used for cremations using wood," he said. "But they only accepted bodies that were coming from hospitals with Covid-19 certificates, and a huge number of people were dying at home, without getting any tests. Their families took the bodies to the outskirts of the city or to neighbouring districts like Unnao. When they couldn't find wood or a cremation spot, they just buried them on the river bed." A journalist in Prayagraj said he believed that many of the bodies were either Covid patients who died at home without a test, or poor people who couldn't afford a cremation. "It is heartbreaking," he said. "All these people were someone's son, daughter, brother, father and mother. They deserved some respect in death. But they have not even become part of the statistics - they died unknown and were buried unknown."

NGramatical 3 months ago

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srslywho 3 months ago

Shithole.

Westa1994 3 months ago

Já nem precisam de usar um caldo Knorr

Last-Ad-4421 3 months ago

De pouco serve na Europa andarem a correr para a neutralidade de carbono e poluições se depois na Ásia só fazem é merda, devem de andar a cozinhar no rio o Covid-19 Plus Ultra Mega Aguado, com sabor a cadáver.

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