New Zealand Christchurch terrorist attack has been shocking for entire world. But it was even more for India. We have lost six Indian citizens in this cowardly attack.
Apart from it, there was an another Indian angle that mainstream media didn’t reported. It was an angle of YouTube battle between India’s T-Series and Swedish YouTuber PewDiePie. The terrorist, who had killed more than fifty people on the name of race, was urging people to subscribe PewDiePie.
You might have been wondering, what a terrorist has to do with one of the leading YouTube channels PewDiePie and why he is urging people to subscribe it. We were wondering as well. But there was a motive, and the same motive which made him to kill innocent people while having prayer. His motive was to see his race on top in every field.
As T-Series, on day of Christchurch terrorist attack and earlier weeks, was quite close to PewDiePie in order to become top YouTube channel. The terrorist was unable to digest that an Indian YouTube channel would become top most subscribed, so he was urging fellow white people to subscribe PewDiePie.
Although, when tweet with the video of terrorist went viral urging to subscribe PeweDiePie, its official twitter handle responded condemning anti-Semitic feelings. They also wished affected families in tweet. Later PeweDiePie deleted that tweet.
We welcome condemning message of PeweDiePie, but when we went through their tweeter profile. We have witnessed unhealthy competition especially from PeweDiePie.
This is quite rubbish when people always find a way of hatred on name of race, religion or caste. It can only increase negativity and destroy harmony in society, country and world. The YouTube Battle between T-Series and PewDiePie would have been healthy, but eventually it was not up-to-the-mark.
On 21st March 2019, T-series has finally surpassed PewDiePie to become top subscribed Youtube channel for first time by a significant margin. It is good news for only for T-series. If you are celebrating as an Indian for success of T-series, celebrate, but don’t make it vulgar.