Pubblicato in: Problemi Etici e Morali

India. Bandita dal prime time Tv la pubblicità dei preservativi.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2017-12-15.

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L’epoca liberal si sta avviando al declino e molti popoli possono adesso iniziare a tornare alle proprie radici religiose, storiche, culturali, finalmente libere da ricatti.

India. Da paese emergente a paese emerso.

India. Ong, matrimoni e Corti di Giustizia.

Ong. Tempi durissimi. India avvia inchiesta sulla Bloomberg Philanthropies.

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«India has slapped a nationwide ban on television ads for condoms during prime time hours, citing rules prohibiting “vulgar” content and concerns over children viewing salacious material»

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«The information and broadcasting ministry ordered India’s estimated 900 television channels to restrict condom commercials to between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.»

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«All TV channels are hereby advised not to telecast the advertisements of condoms which are [a] for particular age group and could be indecent for viewing by children»

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«It also cited broadcasting regulations prohibiting “indecent, vulgar, suggestive, repulsive or offensive themes.”»

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Tutte le variazioni epocali si snodano secondo i loro tempi fisiologici.

L’Occidente ha perso lo scettro di prima economia mondiale e la sua influenza politica, culturale e militare diminuisce ogni giorno che passa, in ciò favorita dalle laceranti divisioni interne. Quasi non esiste più un paese occidentale coeso, ove la maggior parte del popolo si riconosca spontaneamente in una determinata Weltanschauung.

Nel converso, l’India sta sviluppando un sistema economico in pieno ed accentuato sviluppo, e si sente sempre più libera.

In questa materia, ha ristabilito riallineato gli indirizzi giuridici delle diverse corti di giustizia, ha ripristinato le leggi dell’istituto matrimoniale, ha bloccato per non dire eliminato la presenza delle ngo (ogn) sul suo territorio, ed oggi elimina dalle ore di punta televisive la pubblicità di prodotti inadatti al grande pubblico, specie poi a bambini.

Lentamente, etica e morale tornano a rioccupare i posti dai quali erano state scacciate.


Hurriyet Daily Mirror. 2017-12-12. India bans condom ads from prime time TV

India has slapped a nationwide ban on television ads for condoms during prime time hours, citing rules prohibiting “vulgar” content and concerns over children viewing salacious material.

The information and broadcasting ministry ordered India’s estimated 900 television channels to restrict condom commercials to between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., threatening repercussions if the ads fall outside graveyard hours.

“All TV channels are hereby advised not to telecast the advertisements of condoms which are [a] for particular age group and could be indecent for viewing by children,” the order said Dec. 11.

It also cited broadcasting regulations prohibiting “indecent, vulgar, suggestive, repulsive or offensive themes.”

India’s public and private television channels beam into nearly 183 million households across the country, data from the Broadcast

Audience Research Council industry group shows.

Sex remains a taboo subject in India, a broadly conservative and traditional country, and condom ads have stirred up controversy in the past.

In September, India’s largest trading body successfully lobbied for condom billboards featuring a former porn star be pulled down in Gujarat state, citing religious sensitivities.

In lodging its protest, the trade body accused the condom manufacturer of putting “India’s cultural value at stake” by promoting contraceptives on the eve of a Hindu festival.

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