Blamed For Coronavirus Outbreak, Muslims In India Come Under Attack

Well, not weird, for hard times always provide an excuse to beat up on the other. But the UK experience has been that Muslim infection rates are lower than most other groupings. Something to do with repetitive hand washing has been posited.

33 thoughts on “Weird”

  1. They do segregate themselves from us kufaar so mayhap the virus has been slower to penetrate their communities but once it arrives I am sure it will prove as if not more infectious due to communal prayer, communal meals in Ramadan and seclusion of women causing low vit D levels in women and small children. The Pakistani community has a high rate of adult onset diabetes which is a significant comorbidity.

  2. No change from the middle ages pogroms. If the group is less infected, that means they are poisoning the wells; if they are more infected then they are infecting people deliberately.

  3. Prior to Covid, Trump Brexit and the rise of European Fascism was part of a global Nationalist and tribal reactionary pattern not limited to the West.
    The BJP, under Modi, has used these old hates and goaded them on.( The scale of bloodshed during partition was astonishing ) The revocation of Jammu and Kashmir’s special status ,the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA),and thugs on to streets and campuses are India`a “legitimate concerns about immigration” but played out with less dissembling.
    You are getting what you wanted ;intolerance stupidity and politicians ready to blame any convenient outsider for just about anything.

  4. “You are getting what you wanted ;intolerance stupidity and politicians ready to blame any convenient outsider for just about anything.”

    The projection is amazing.

  5. Facepainter you are a very nasty little man.

    What I want is tom see traitorous garbage like you properly punished for your crawling up the arse of foreign tyranny. A free lifetime trip to Molenbeek –leaving behind over here all your worldly goods–would do nicely.

  6. Oh noes, there’s a pogrom going on outside my flat.

    In other news, Brexit is to blame for Indians (in India) duffing each other up.

  7. Strange, the Progressive Panic last week was that the virus was racist, infecting 32% of victims when minorities are 14% of the population. You weren’t told the fact that this number is much, much higher in urban areas, the areas affected most.

  8. It’s not as if India has a history of more than a millennium of Hindoos and the Mussulman failing to see eye to eye.

    Mind you, It’s not as if Europe has a history of two millennia of Eyeties and Krauts failing to see eye to eye.

  9. “The scale of bloodshed during partition was astonishing”

    You’ll know why this was Trump, Brexit and white middle-aged British men’s fault, so I can’t wait for you to tell us.

    Incidently and for the record, I’m all for hard working, tax paying men and fit birds from all races and most creeds to come to the UK and I’d be in favour of whiny SJW wankers of all races and creeds being thrown out of the UK. If you can make me out a racist from that, help yourself.

  10. Where’s the data about UK muslims being less affected? I had not seen that among all the fluff about covid being racist and it was all my fault. Is there a difference when comparing Hindu, Sikh and Muslim in the same conurbation? I really can’t see it as due to handwashing, especially considering where those hands have been.

  11. I thought they were given their own country no less, Pakistan, why don’t they fuck off there? Same with the so-called Palestinians, formerly ie before 1964 known as Arabs, they have a Palestinian country already, it’s called Jordan.

  12. Hang on, I thought coronavirus was disproportionately attacking Muzzas in the UK. Is this not the case?

    Anyway, with regard to Muzzas in India. Everywhere in the world Muslims are a majority they force their creed on the unfortunate others. Everywhere they are a minority, they cause chaos for the majority. Nowhere is this more clear than in India. And of course the mere existence of Muslims in India is a legacy of colonialism and slaughter hundreds of times worse than the worst of the Raj.

  13. “You’ll know why this was Trump, Brexit and white middle-aged British men’s fault, so I can’t wait for you to tell us.”

    Andrew C, Andrew Roberts’ chapter in Eminent Churchillians is good on this. If memory serves, he exonerates the brown chaps what wanted to (and did) kill each other, and instead blamed Mountbatten and Attlee for creating the conditions in which the brown chaps might more effectively kill each other. Which, in prodigious quantities and in a short space of time, they did.

    Mountbatten was of course a gigantic **** ****, ****, ********, ***, ***********, and so on. Before he got blown up. After which he was not. ‘Cos he stopped getting people killed in order to big himself up. Allegedly.

    Trump, Brexit, and the rest of us white middle-aged British men emerge from Mountbatten’s catastrophic ascendancy somewhat burnished by comparison.

    Even Zeigler, his official biographer, admits in the introduction to said bio that he became so ‘exasperated’ by Earl Louis’ behaviour that he had to place a note on his desk, to remind himself that, after all, Mountbatten was a ‘great man’.

  14. The Meissen Bison

    Pneumonia: Prior to Covid, Trump Brexit and the rise of European Fascism was part of a global Nationalist and tribal reactionary pattern not limited to the West.

    Knowing how punctilious you have to be to get the weasel wording into insurance documents, what is the subject of “was” in the above?

    Are you still working hard to save your job or does your splenetic tour d’horizon of South Asian politics tell us that all hope is now lost?

  15. If you’ve cracked the code, Mr B, do keep schtum. Monstering by other lawyers is currently heading towards the bottom of my to-do list.

  16. The elephant in the room is that the Muslims have the means, motive and opportunity to utterly destroy London. Could happen this week.

  17. New Remainiac (probably a misnomer now)

    It’s been a while since I’ve seen such a ludicrous post on here so great work. Don’t you ever get fatigued coming out with this level of bullshit? You’re seeing what’s happening in Italy right? How does it feel to see a dream die?

  18. OT, idiotic clapping again this Thursday, Sieg Heil!

    Was there? Didn’t notice tonight, or any other night for that matter.

  19. Bloke in North Dorset

    Mrs BiND and son’s fiancé both missed, but weren’t that bothered when they realised.

    Master BiND takes after his old man when it comes to cynicism. That said if they had a clap for “front line staff” I might be tempted to take part.

  20. UK experience has been that Muslim infection rates are lower than most other groupings

    Really? Impartial Gov owned C4 News disagrees

    C4 News at it again on race “Urgent inquiry needed on why disproportionate and unacceptable high number of BME dying from CV-19”
    https://youtu.be/meiMiWfvaeg?t=198

    @Jussi

    1. Palestinians also have Gaza, Egypt has closed border

    2. Clapping seals: a first here I’m ashamed to say Mr & Mrs Next Door – one clapping, one banging pot. Frequent pauses and silence – nobody joined them – they stopped before TV did. Hope they slunk back inside in embarrassment
    – imo Lockdown Derangement Syndrome, both work for BGas and 2nd week at home Pair of selfish moaning gits. Probably printing letterbox leaflets now ordering others to clap next week

    @BiND

    “Clap for British Army” – doing job fast and effectively with no whining

  21. Christ on a pedalo. Even the brutal and licentious soldiery nowadays disdains the nation of a ‘front line’.

    It’s all to do with ‘battle spaces’, ‘teeth arms’, and what not. Nowadays.

    But our heroic great navigators, still fighting 1926’s battles, continue to speak of ‘front line’ medical staff.

    When we’re really lucky, we might even have thrown in a reference to ‘trenches’.

    As a lad, I remember when our boys, fresh back from being blown up in the Afghan, had pans bashed in their honour. By ‘eck, them were the daze. Etc.

    Anyway. Its all s***y t** w***, marinating the bossiest, most peevish and mawkish aspects of our national character.

    Like a car crash and reconstructive surgery involving Laydeedee, Vera Lynn and Peter Tatchell. With sprinkles made from Piers Morgan’s dry skin.

  22. India: BBC World Service

    The Food Chain: Death by coronavirus or hunger?
    Then to Delhi, India where a last-minute lockdown in the country has left thousands of migrant workers stranded – all public transport shut within 4 hours of Gov announcement – and without the means to home or feed themselves. We speak to a food charity on the unprecedented need for food, how you manage preparing and distributing 22,000 meals per day
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3cszjpq

    The Food Chain in India broken: farmers can’t get their crops to market, food prices in markets have soared

    India has screwed up more than UK

  23. Bloke in North Dorset

    M’Lud,

    In this case I think the front line metaphor is apt, at least in the sense I was using it. They really are face to face with COVID patients as opposed to those NHS staff who won’t see one even if they use binoculars and certainly won’t be at any heightened risk compared to the rest of the population.

  24. US Surgeon General Jerome Adam’s says he resents reporters question on misinformation regarding masks
    “I wear a mask to protect You; You wear a mask to protect Me”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pg4pxpSXSro

    Democrats exploit pandemic to push far-left wish list
    Some on the left are now publicly stating their desire to use COVID-19 crisis as an opportunity to reshape America into a far-left, Green New Deal, socialist utopia
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bqvjf1bH-n4

  25. Surreptitious Evil

    Even the brutal and licentious soldiery nowadays disdains the nation of a ‘front line’.

    This was essentially the point made when the usual suspects were (successfully) agitating for women to be allowed in to “combat arms”. There are few if any non-combat arms in a counter-insurgency operation.

  26. Sure, Mr in ND. But they’re always ‘frontline’ regardless of whether they’re treating this, or car crash victims, or those with hamsters stuck up their bums. It’s the usual mawkish manipulation of language, most clearly exposed by the fact that the very people (soldiers) for whom it first meant anything, and for them it really did mean something quite literal, have long since stopped using it.

    These people, with their tinpots, call to mind something Alexei Sayle said about workshops and light engineering.

  27. “In this case I think the front line metaphor is apt, at least in the sense I was using it. They really are face to face with COVID patients as opposed to those NHS staff who won’t see one even if they use binoculars and certainly won’t be at any heightened risk compared to the rest of the population.”

    It seems that ‘front line’ NHS staff are at no greater risk than the rear echelons:

    https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-front-line-hospital-workers-at-no-greater-risk-of-infection-than-support-staff-says-study-11977337

    In fact the study found that the office staff were very slightly more infected than the front line ones.

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