The wretched events at Fort Hood have brought out the richly analytical side of Biased BBC at its most impressive. Much has been written, ranging across the whole of human sympathy & understanding. Like this, from DP111:
As I've posted before, there is just one way to attain peace at home, i.e., separation from Muslims. The only question is how?
The fact that the gunman was an American Muslim has been the cause of a great deal of restrained comment. As you can imagine.
John Anderson says we must not panic:
There is a mosque about 400 yards from where I live. The BBC would have me believe that all the men going there this morning are peaceful. I CANNOT believe that
George R is sanguine about the BBC's preparedness for the coming Muslim Holy War:
does the BBC have an intelligent vetting system to prevent Islamic jihad sympathisers operating BBC programmes and website? Or are the lunatics encouraged to take charge of the asylum?
Of course they are, George. That's why it's called al-Beeb, dammit.
Finally, Robert de Niro tribute act Travis Bickle speaks for all Biased BBCers:
I would have thought being muslim automatically denoted someone as being mentally ill anyway.
Perhaps Network Rail should get the cattle trucks ready?