Racist Indians

I made a mistake of reading one article from a newspaper at my work a couple of days ago. I should have known better than to waste my life, but nevermind, here's the usual fisking you expect when left-wing lies meet cold hard logic:

"Indian students in Melbourne feel afraid on the streets"

Was a survey done to determine that, or did someone just make it up, showing their own racial prejudice?

"Van Thanh Rudd, an anti-racism activist"

Translated - an anti-white racist.

"wearing a Ku Klux Klan outfit"

ie deliberately stirring up hatred of whites. And then we wonder why we get things like 9/11 and the Bali Bombings etc? Good grief.

"dominant culture in Australia'' was racist"

Yeah? I don't remember being surveyed to ascertain what my "culture" was. I'd be curious to see what sort of survey was done there. Was the questionairre about what people's personal opinions were, or what they thought of other Australians?

Or was the whole thing completely made up, no survey done at all?

"no doubt the attacks had been racially motivated"

Really? The Indian nationals who murdered another Indian national were racist, were they? How does he know? Did he actually bother to ask the perpetrators for their motives, or did he just completely make that up, showing his own prejudices?

Either way, I assume we're talking about anti-Indian Indians, similar in vein to the anti-white whites that infest Australia?

And if the anti-Indian Indians are racist, what the fuck does that have to do with Australia? You want us to have tighter immigration controls to weed out anti-Indian Indians?

How do our immigration controls on racist Indians compare to immigration controls in other countries anyway, to suggest that we are negligent in allowing these scum in?

And regardless, if the concern is about racist Indians, why not attack the problem at its source - India, instead of blaming us for letting these (alleged) racists in in the first place?

Personally I think it's unlikely that the Indians who murdered that Indian were anti-Indian racists. But that's just based on my knowledge of what people typically murder for - money etc. If you're going to risk going to jail for life, you want it to be worth it, and taking out one frigging Indian when there's more than 1 billion of them in the world, is a pointless trade-off. Besides which, if these anti-Indian Indians hate Indians so much, why didn't they just carry out their killing in India when they had the chance? There's such a high concentration of Indians there that you can't miss.

"The magazine quotes far-right politicians"

Far-right used to mean things like "gassing Jews", although that was always a complete lie, given that the National SOCIALIST Party (aka NAZI) party was left-wing, but nevermind, let's continue.

"evidence that 'curry-bashing' is becoming a fun game for white Australians"

Evidence in what form? Survey of popular attitudes? Popular as in greater than 50%, or less than 1%?

And what exactly constitutes "curry-bashing"? Gassing Indians or stringing them up? Laughing at them for losing the last cricket match perhaps? You'll probably find that New Zealanders get laughed at just as much. Would "Kiwi-bashing" also be considered racial in nature, or are perhaps both of them nationalist in nature? Also, I dare say that the Kiwis bash Australia even more than Australians can be bothered bashing New Zealanders.

As someone who actually lives here, I can tell you that the hostility that I see from Australians is actually anti-American. And yes, it stinks. Is it racist? I don't think so. Is it petty jealousy? Quite possibly. Is it because these left-wing Australians don't have two brain cells to rub together? You got it! Australia now has a majority of treacherous sociopathic morons. Whoo hoo.

"increasingly difficult to accept the attacks were devoid of any racial motives"

Difficult to accept because it isn't true, or because a whole stack of racist Indians are baying for the blood of any white person?

"no visible progress so far into most of the investigations"

In India, murder investigations are completed quicker than in Australia? Or does he have statistics to show that murder investigations in Australia have a time-to-resolution dependent on the ethnicity of the victim? Did those assumed-in-existence statistics take into account that maybe Indians are working or living in areas that are more difficult to investigate, rather than the police deliberately working slowly?

I assume ethnic Indians don't want the ethnic Indian perpetrators to be rushed to trial and we end up hanging the wrong ethnic Indians?

"Vinod Mehta"

racist extraordinaire?

"defended the coverage"

defending racism?

"denied allegations"

as all good racists do

"We sent two correspondents to Australia and they found that an overwhelming number of these incidents were racial"

Wow, two correspondents found out more about motives for attacks by coming to Australia for a couple of weeks and probably staying at a hotel, than Australians who live here?

Do these "correspondents" have an "S" on their shirt, showing that they are Super-Correspondents?

They presumably came to Australia, busted in to every police station in Australia, grabbed all the Indian files, read through the motives, found all these perpetrators saying "yep, I'm a racist, I attacked him not for cash for a drug fix, but because I just can't stand Indians ever since they won the World Cup x years ago", and found this to be more than 50%. Like whoo hoo man. And that's the only way I can think of that you would have access to better information by physically being here in Australia rather than just ringing up the appropriate authorities from India, or looking up the appropriate website etc.

"they found that Indians in Australia live in fear"

Every single Indian? I presume they didn't poll every single Indian in their 2 week holiday, because my ethnic Indian co-worker certainly wasn't polled. I actually made the effort to ask him why he would answer that, instead of e.g. be scared of dying in a car crash which is far more likely, and it turns out that no-one even bothered to poll him. Maybe he wasn't black enough? If that isn't racial discrimination, what is? Not black enough to be polled? Good grief. At least I know what to buy him at the next Kris Kringle. Some black boot polish so that he gets equal rights to every ethnic Indian who was black enough to get his opinion heard.

So they took a statistically-valid poll in the time they were here? A phone poll? If you know anything about telephones, you'll know that phone inquiries are being outsourced to India in fact.

People being polled in Australia may in fact be being rung up by Indians already - as in Indians from India living in India, not ones that can afford an Australian education! What on earth is the point of coming to Australia to conduct such a poll?

Also, at the same time as ringing up the ethnic Indians to find out what percentage are living in fear, did they also ring up the ethnic Chinese, ethnic whites, to see what their fear level was?

Also, did they measure fear on a yes/no basis or a scale of 1 to 10?

Was it Indians at level 10, and all other races 0, showing a marked difference that only applies to Indians, or is it just a general concern people have when walking out on the streets late at night, and there was a slightly higher (but still statistically valid) sense of trepidation amongst Indians compared to non-Indians?

Did the poll results factor in any extenuating circumstances like whether Indians are equally statistically more likely to be working late at night, when streets are traditionally more dangerous?

"There is tremendous outrage in this country. I don't think the Australians realise that"

Oh yes we do, or at least, the sensible ones do. It is indeed a complete outrage that Indians would be showing their blatant anti-white racism instead of hiding it under the carpet to at least pretend to be a nation of decent people.

"smug and superior attitude of the Australian government for denying there was racism"

Where is the evidence that the government denies racial motives based on a smug feeling of superiority, rather than because they genuinely believe that to be the case based on the fact that they've probably never met anyone who has ever racially attacked an Indian in their entire lives?

Were the politicians actually asked for their opinion and where their attitude stemmed from? Was this part of the Super-Correspondent's 2-week jaunt down-under - surveying all of Australia's politicians? I sure hope they didn't just Make Crap Up? They'd surely lose their "S" symbol if they did that.

"Mr Mehta said he published the story with great regret"

What? Regret that he didn't actually have any evidence to back up his racist anti-white attacks, so that the charges might actually be believed by non-racists with a brain, instead of merely being lapped up by the racist swill that buys his racist publication?

"I like Australia a great deal"

Really? With friends like that, who needs enemies? Hey sunshine, nobody wants to be your friend. We don't like people like you. Just stay where you are and die. We don't like racist scum, we don't want you to like us either, because one day, when the time is ripe, we are going to face you over the barrel of a gun, and if you want to win this race war you started, you'll have to actually pull that trigger faster than us, or else (tragic!), the anti-racists might actually win the war.

"there is a problem, and by denying it you won't get anywhere"

Time to look in the mirror and take your own advice, sunshine.

"right-wing" comment - "a serious threat to white Australians in the job market"

Regardless of whether you agree or disagree with either the desire to ensure employment opportunities go to Australian citizens rather than foreign nationals, and regardless of whether you agree or disagree with the strategy being used to obtain that objective, what is right-wing or far-right about suggesting this policy?

No-one is talking about going to India, rounding up some Indians, bringing them back to Australia, and then gassing them, are they? That's the image I get when thinking about the way the term "far right" has been traditionally used to invoke images of Hitler. "far right" (in reality - "far left") is normally talking about violent attacks on groups, not just denying work visas to foreigners!

"right-wing" comment - "should actively encourage bringing in Christians and white people from Zimbabwe and South Africa"

Once again - even if you personally prefer that Australia continue its current policy of giving priority to refugees who are rich enough to pay people smugglers to get them to Australia, and criminally-minded enough to not care that this is breaking Australian law, and couldn't give a rat's arse that they're actually taking someone else's place by doing that - suggesting that generally educated and peaceful white refugees from black persecution in Africa be transported to a majority-white country where they are less likely to be attacked for their skin colour is hardly the equivalent of gassing Jews.

Why shouldn't Australians be able to choose immigrants that are less likely to be racist against whites, given the extremely scary attitude expressed by citizens of, let's say, as an example, INDIA? Does Australia have any friggin sovereign say in the matter, or do our policies now get dictated to by India? Whatever happened to that "Australia does whatever America tells it to do" theory anyway? I guess that died when the treacherous Rudd pulled our troops from Iraq like the snivelling little dipshit weasel that he is, I suppose? Before then I can distinctly remember how we all used to do a Nazi goose-step to whatever was being broadcast from Voice of America. We had a whole industry where Voice of America shortwave broadcasts were converted to MP3 and you could see Australians wandering around listening to their ipods and doing the goose-step. Well, maybe it was more of a shuffle. Or a walk. And I suspect that there were one or two insidious Australians who were sneakily listening to rock music, but let's not go there.

"the magazine does not report that three people charged with the murder of Ranjodh Singh were Indian nationals"

Surprise, surprise. Any time there's an inconvenient fact, just leave it out rather than have your horrible, racist worldview shattered.

"Reports about attacks on Indians have damaged Australia's $15 billion a year international education industry"

They have? Damaged by how much? 1%? 50%? I would have thought that getting those figures would be extremely difficult. Are you sure you aren't just measuring seasonal variation?

And regardless, how do you know that it's the reports about attacks that did that, rather than e.g. that huge elephant - GLOBAL FINANCIAL MELTDOWN?

I presume there was a survey of the people who didn't turn up to Australian educational institutes who mostly or unanimously quoted "reports on attacks" as their reason rather than "dead broke thanks to the stupid US Democrat policy on mortgages which the Republicans fought tooth and nail but failed to stop"?

Also, given that most people coming here for an education aren't Indian anyway, are you saying Chinese people are reading about attacks on Indians and thinking that they might be next in line when the anti-Indian Indians branch out to anti-Chinese attacks, so they're staying away too? The same survey was presumably translated into Mandarin, right? Just like the original reports were translated into Mandarin, because we all know that Chinese students spend most of their time reading newspaper articles about attacks on Indians rather than playing World of Warcraft like their less intellectual counterparts in backwaters like Australia, right?

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