Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Doctors Fear Backlash After Car Bombings

OK, I'll admit that even I was surprised to find out that a bunch of sociopaths with a elephantine superiority complex and contempt for human life all turned out to be Jihadis. Of course, that could explain a lot - they probably subcontracted the bomb-making to a nurse practitioner.

Following previous templates, I expect the government will set up a special task-force to reach out to alienated medics, you won't be able to call Mengle, Shipman or Crippen by their titles anymore and any movie featuring Hannibal Lecter will be quietly banned from TV.

Well, why not ? As the BBC reminds us, employment in the NHS is the only common factor here. Ah yes. Funnily enough, most folks tend to concentrate on the mysterious other factor, the one that also links them with the July 7 bombers, the Sep 11 hijackers, the Bali bombers, the Madrid bombers and the would-be Ministry of Sound bombers. Well, most folks outside the MSM anyway.

It's an important philosophical question actually. Do they really think we're too stupid to notice or have years of political correctness finally driven the MSM round the bend ? Just to ram the point home, while the BBC was pushing the 'no connection' line, they were also carrying articles like this.

Huh ? Are they trying to say there's some connection between Islam and terrorism ? Apparently, PC McPlod is investigating a couple of 'minor racist incidents' - well, that plus three kind of big ones, I'm guessing. Still, it's enough for the moderately moderates to go WHINECON ONE:

Mr Sarwar, MP for Glasgow Central [said] "I have spoken to a number of people from the Muslim community and the Asian community who feel very angry," he said.

"They're concerned about a backlash and that's why the emergency meeting has been called."

Not to give aid & comfort to the enemy, but these folks would probably find the whole 'moderate' act easier to pull off if they were as angry about PEOPLE TRYING TO SLAUGHTER THEIR FELLOW CITIZENS as they are about a purely theoretical 'backlash' that never actually happens.

Incidentally, if we're talking 'root causes of terrorism' an ideology where the first response to potential mass slaughter by fellow acolytes is to indulge in paranoid race baiting might have something to do with it. Don't ask the MSM though, their still busy trying to work out what it is about owning a stethoscope that drives people to attempt mass murder.

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