Aussies Counter Charges of Bias Against Indians By Attacking Other Communities

Tradition vs Morals

Tradition vs Morals

Melbourne. 2 June 2009.

In a clear and strong rebuttal to charges of bias and prejudice against Indian students, Australian right-wingers today attacked students from other countries and communities too. In three separate incidents, twenty Sri Lankan, five Italian, and fourteen Nagorno-Karabakh Republic students were attacked and later made to sign a document stating “We were attacked randomly. Our nationalities, race, creed or sex were not asked before or after the attacks. And yes, we are not Indians.”

Later in the day, at least 10,000 Australian nationals paraded the streets to take out a ‘Protest March’ against Indian media and students for defaming “Great Australian Virtue of Fighting, Attacking, and Molesting Without Reason”. Three Australians also died following a beer-brawl during the protest march, further emphasizing the point they were making.

Explaining the huge public backlash over the Indian allegations, Dr. Smith Jones, Professor in Australian Culture and History at Fosters  Central University, said – “Listen mate…we are sensitive people. We believe in the moment; the spontaneity of love and a good fight excites us. It’s almost blasphemous to insinuate that we check nationalities before attacking. I am sure some Physicists or Chaos Theory experts may be able to explain why Indians are being attacked more….but the truth is, we are just trying to preserve a thousand year long tradition.”

Jim and Steve

Jim and Steve

Australian authorities, meanwhile, have responded to Indian government’s official call to ‘protect Indian students’, by pulling out their Water-Polo Team from ‘Sweety Supari International Water Polo Meet’ to be held in New Delhi, next week. “Let’s not protect each other. Let’s not visit each other”, was the curt SMS sent by Auutralian Foreign Secretary, Mills Boon, to Indian Secratariat.

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9 responses to “Aussies Counter Charges of Bias Against Indians By Attacking Other Communities

  1. The daily tamasha is becoming more frequent – good :-).

    I liked the Fosters and sweety supari references.

  2. Sushant

    “Three Australians also died following a beer-brawl during the protest march, further emphasizing the point they were making.” – masterpiece!!!

    and I was actually “laughing out loud” in office.. Sweety supari …ha ha ha

  3. thedailytamasha

    @Sushant and Animesh

    Sweety Supari seems to be very high on recall value. Some lessons for Corporates that pay O & M and other big agencies millions to ‘design’ a brand’s logo, name etc.

    And yes, thanks.

  4. Siddharth

    Mate,

    Wasn’t aware that your expert articles are available for free as well ! got this link from your gtalk status and started reading this as a real news article and then – “Three Australians also died following a beer-brawl during the protest march, further emphasizing the point they were making.” was the eye and smile opener 🙂

    Great news piece, made me remember ‘Gandeev’ .. and its special ‘Holi’ edition .. not sure if that was your source of inspiration as well !

    Keep writing, I’m sure going to share this link with my gang and will keep visiting !

    Regards …

  5. thedailytamasha

    @Sid Bhai

    Shukriya! Gaandeev was not the inspiration…www.onion.com was. Plus not much is happening on TV now-a-days so needed an outlet somewhere…hence this blog revived.

    And yes, keep visiting. Quality-traffic inspires me. 🙂

  6. Great work…. this and your other works make a heavy day light.

    You missed one important news though- it all started when Ricky Ponting said this about the world cup -“We want to beat Indians”.

    -Amit

  7. thedailytamasha

    @ Amit

    Haa haa…good one! Poor Aussies got ‘beaten’ by West Indians though….

  8. “It’s almost blasphemous to insinuate that we check nationalities before attacking”
    Nice!

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