After three Arabs stopped a bus carrying Jewish children in London, and proceeded to hurl insults and abuse at the occupants, this is how the BBC reported it:
Oxford Street: Images issued after men filmed spitting at Jews on bus
By Harry Farley
Footage shows men spitting at the bus and apparently abusing passengers. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has described the video as “disturbing”.
Det Insp Kevin Eade said police were treating the incident as a hate crime.
In the video, which was posted on social media, a man seems to make a Nazi salute and others wave their shoes – an insult in some countries.
“An insult in some countries.” It’s an insult in ARAB countries, and this obfuscation is a good example of dishonest journalism.
Det Insp Eade said: “This was a deeply upsetting incident for a community group who were celebrating the Jewish festival, Hanukkah…
A slur about Muslims can also be heard from inside the bus. The Met Police has said the incident will be looked at “in its entirety”.
Tamara Cohen, who was on the bus, said she did not hear anyone saying anything provocative to the group of men gathered outside the vehicle.
A note at the end of the article states:
Correction 3rd December: During the editing process a line was added to this article reporting that racial slurs about Muslims could be heard inside the bus. This line has been amended to make clear that “a slur about Muslims” could be heard.
This correction was only made after the bus occupants insisted that no such slurs were uttered.
I’d like to know why the perpetrators’ faces were blurred out in the video. They’re not blurred out in the still photo at the beginning of the article. For less censored version of the video, click here.
In any event, what we have here is the UK government flooding the country with third-world savages, and then its official mouthpiece, the BBC, covering up for the crimes of said savages. Diversity and media bias go hand in hand.
London’s Muslim Mayor, Sadiq Khan, has condemned the incident.
Ironically, one of the links on the sidebar is this one:
Here’s the BBC censoring itself, to defend its own twisted narrative, and then complaining about Russia trying to impose censorship.