BP frequently (justifiably) highlights the many eruptions of brutal brown barbarism. For example, just today a leaked UN report states the well known fact that the organization silently stood by as Tamils were being subjected to genocide by Rajapakse’s troops. Rajapakse is visiting India, but not a magistrate, international lawyer, or even an influential editorial is in sight. Brown barbarism inflicted upon browns is condoned by browns in order to keep the yellows at bay (and out of the Bay).
The accusation at that point is that BP does not provide “balance” by reporting on the good things that happen across brownland. The mistaken belief is that a focus on the (small) positives will somehow white-wash the (huge) negatives.
It turns out (unfortunately) that there are other ways to achieve “balance.” One can also take a look at how barbarism (or remnants of it) present amongst enlightened people afflict browns from time to time. Again the goal is not point-scoring but to become more aware and (hopefully) reduce the impact of barbarism, next time when it visits us in homes far away from home.
Savita Halappanavar who is originally from India, repeatedly asked University Hospital Galway in western Ireland to terminate her pregnancy because she had severe back pain and was miscarrying, her family said.
But staff had told his wife could not have an abortion because Ireland was a Catholic country and the foetus was still alive, her husband Praveen told the Irish Times. She was 17 weeks pregnant, when she approached doctors.
“Savita said: ‘I am neither Irish nor Catholic’ but they said there was nothing they could do,’” the newspaper quoted her husband as saying. The 31-year-old dentist died of septicaemia, or blood poisoning, on October 28. Abortion is illegal in the Republic of Ireland except when it is necessary to save the life of the mother.
Simply put, the Irish Khap condemned this lady to death. The agent of god will be fiddling in (near) Rome while her body is set to flames in India. RIP Savita and brownfolks traveling to Ireland beware.