အေနာက္မီဒီယာ၊ သူ.ေဖါက္သည္ ဘင္ဂါလီ။ ဂရမ္မီဆု လံုးလံုး မရေစရ (English Version)
This morning one Australian TV channel produced some fake news on the plight of the Rohingyas in Burma, citing the Bengalis from a neighboring country Bangladesh as the long-forgotten, most -persecuted ethnic people on earth. It is quite uncomfortable to listen to some fake news like this. The problem arises when such a fake feature presentation on Rohingya in Burma is re-broadcast by news stations and newspapers world-wide without revealing that this particular program was just from an interest group or organization, thus making it appear as a genuine news piece, even when it was not. All these media agencies have used the same fake news just as frequently as the original inaccurate program was aired by the British Broadcasting Corporation and other news channels in UK in recent months.
In the US, another day has seen some revelation in the mainstream American news stations about the repetition of fake news whereby, to meet special interest of particular political groups or organizations, journalists working for public relations firms made fabricated news reports about Rohingya in Burma. A somewhat left-wing newspaper (allegedly center-left in its category, yet not so exacting in the west), The Huffington Post owned by Time Warner launched some fake news on Rohyngya in Burma with a headline that read: Buddhists Monks Against Humanitarian Aid?