Attack of the Advanced Self-propelled Screwdrivers
BBC News reports that, “In one of the recent attacks in Melbourne, a student was critically injured by a screwdriver.” Wonders of this modern world, don’t you know. Automatic self-willed screwdrivers on a rampage. The student was injured by a screwdriver, and not “A student was attacked by someone with a screwdriver.”
BBC continues with
There have been more than 70 assaults in the past year, with at least four in the past fortnight.
Police have denied any racial motivation, saying the students were in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Yes of course. Be in the wrong place at the wrong time, and you get attacked by screwdrivers. It’s your fault, not the self-propelled screwdrivers’.
But the students and Indian officials have demanded action, including more police at train stations and other problem areas.
You see, it’s the students’ fault in the first place. And yet they demand action. How bloody unreasonable. It’s their fault but they demand action. The BBC and ASSes — advanced self-propelled screwdrivers.
The protest was described as largely peaceful, although the Melbourne Age website showed photos of damage to a main train station after some protesters reportedly threw missiles.
No ASSes at the protest. And this time BBC reports that protesters threw missiles; they were not self-propelled missiles. Yes, this time a human agency is identified. But as my friend Nitin over at The Acorn pointed out to me, “Not a SINGLE word to suggest that there were attackers behind the ‘attacks’.”
The BBC is biased, as I have noted here a couple of years ago. I just did a search on “BBC is biased” on Google and got 7,400 hits. See, for instance, biased-bbc.blogspot.com. Saudi funding can do wonders.
Also see, “We are biased, admit the stars of BBC News“.