A possie in Aussie

June 9, 2009

If you prophesy a race war, will it happen?

Filed under: Integration,media,racism — Nayano @ 8:01 am
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The Australian last Thursday reported  Raj Natarajan, the outgoing president of the United Indian Associations of NSW, as saying that his organisation was concerned about the “flow-on effect” of the for Australians of Indian background.

He sought to distance the broader Indian community from Sunday’s Melbourne rally, which turned ugly when protestors had to be forcibly removed by police, saying it was organised by foreign students.

“It might have an impact on us by creating a backlash,” he said. Aussie Indians fear backlash as homeland hysteria grows over student assaults

The Age this morning reports that a man was stabbed once in the neck and twice in the arm in a Melbourne suburb early yesterday after allegedly racially abusing a group of Indian students.

The victim allegedly said: “You are black. You don’t belong here. Go away from our country”. A car believed to belong to people attacking Indians was also torched nearby.

24 hours earlier an Indian student was bashed unconscious while walking home in the same area. Around the same time, the car of an Indian student was torched on the other side of the city. Indians retaliate after new attacks

Andrew Bolt commented about the Indian retaliations in Melbourne by saying:

“And while I understand the reaction, I worry that it could actually attract a racist backlash.” Indians now do their own policing

Then the same thing was reported in Sydney:

Live News says that an Indian man, aged in his 20s, was bashed by a group of Middle Eastern men on Sunday evening.

About 150 people of Indian background gathered nearby protesting the attack.

Police say the group then bashed three Middle Eastern men – the trio was left with cuts and bruises. Indian and Middle Eastern communities clash in Sydney

Live News irresponsibly claims that a ‘race war’ has broken out in Sydney’s west between the Indian and Middle Eastern communities.

Natarajan and Andrew Bolt seem to share the gift of prophesy.

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