Saturday, May 30, 2009

why dont indians hit back in australia....

it ws so sad n annoying to hear dat 4 indian students ver beaten in a party vich ws going on in a house....

but it ws even more disgracefull to knw dat two teenagers aged 16 n 18 entered a house vere more den 20 indian students ver present,dey beated up 4 n simply walked off....why d hell dose 20 loosers cudnt catch hold of dem n hand it over to police...dey ver not carrying ne weapons like guns or knife,dey attacked vid screwdrivers...

my cousin who is in ausralia,told me dat ...''some racist whites tried to target chinese too,but d chinese retaliated at times n reported every matter to australian police...
but d indians r too hungry 4r an australian permanent residency dat neither dey retaliate nor dey even report it to police fearing it might affect dere PR chances...dats y indians hv become SOFT TARGET...,dats y dey r nw attacking indians only n hv no fear,'

when dese ppl cant stand up 4r demselves den y d hell dey r expecting australian n indian govts. to protect dem....is d shine of dollars so much 4r dem to 4rget bout dere pride,safety n honour n face insults n attack n become sitting ducks.....dere r 95000 indian students dere,if dey show some guts n retaliation,no1 cn dare to target dem....

so i beleive even indian students dere r responsible 4r dis situation to some extent...n b4r asking odrs to protect dem dey shud frst stand up 4r demselves, n v shudnt jst blame al to australians n expect dem to do evrything,....

2 comments:

  1. I couldn't be bothered reading this article. Txt speak may be fine for some on mobiles, but surely not on the internet. Says lazy all over it and that whomever wrote it has a low level of intelligence. Which makes me not willing enough to burn brain cells deciphering it.

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  2. Totally agree..very poorly written .Text lingo is not for blogs if you want it to be taken seriously. After the first couple of lines I stopped reading.

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