Once again, Australia’s excremental media machine smears all Australians with being “racist”:
A massive brawl following an altercation at a Sydney high school is believed to have started after racist taunts were posted on a student’s Facebook page. (9News)
Two recent school stabbings in Sydney, and a police station beseiged by violent Lebanese parents of children at a third school. As I’ve noted before, the failure – or refusal – to report the relevant cultural backgrounds to each extraordinary incident may lead many people to underestimate the scale of a challenge we face.
The latest case involves an alleged stabbing by a younger student who school mates claim was being bullied:
Police say it’s too soon to say if bullying was behind the violent attack on the 20-year-old victim in the school grounds on Horsley Drive at Fairfield about 2.15pm (AEDT) on Friday.
His assailant is believed to be a 17-year-old student also in his final year at Fairfield High….
The incident is believed to have been the result of ongoing bullying, Macquarie Radio has reported, although police say the attack came as a shock to teachers and students.
“It’s not clear why this has occurred at all,” Det Supt Lennon said.
“Both of the students were well behaved … It is a mystery to the teachers and the other students.”
Det Supt Lennon couldn’t confirm reports the older student was a refugee although he did say he was not born in Australia.
“I understand that his educational standards weren’t the same as what we would consider normal standards,” he said.
I do not know what the truth of all this is, or its relevance. I don’t know who was the bullied or the bully. What I do know is that after a few days, we tend to move on, leaving all these things unknown and undebated.
But each of these stabbings, and the earlier acts of extreme violence in Sydney schools by ethnic gangs, all need a careful investigation, with frank reporting, by a responsible media outlet.Â I very much suspect there are problems here involving immigration, assimilation and tribalism that need urgent discussion of the kind we are not getting.