Sunday, October 02, 2005

Spot The Difference Revisted

More fun with the BBC, and a tip o' the hat to whoever the commentator was who pointed this out at B-BBC. First up, we have this report:

Four men have been charged over a string of racist attacks in London.
The suspects are white, aged between 15 and 20 and from the Bexley area. Three men are accused of grievous bodily harm and violent disorder.

Now, try this one. More specifically, try to find anything as specific as calling the suspects white, and labelling the attacks 'racial'. Just think: we're wasting all that time with juries when the Sherlocks at TV Centre can decide if an attack is racially-motivated without even the expense of a trial.

There's a serious point here. Beeboids like to repeat ad nauseum that 'one man's terrorist is another man's sociopath' - well, something like that - but when the - ahem! - militants are of a type they don't like, suddenly value judgements are A-OK. Ditto, they have no qualms about identifying the suspects, apparently without any concerns as to whether they were practicing true whiteness.

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