Feb 29 2008
We know the SurrenderMedia has a very tough time discerning any moral difference between the West and the Islamic Terrorists, mainly because their morals are so shallow the historic gap between the culture of the West and the one espoused by Islamo Fascism (in all its brutality) cannot register for them. This lack of moral perception (think of it as a being akin to being color blind, where blues are freedom and dark reds are hell on earth) leads them to some insane actions and positions. I open with this as one possible explanation for the actions of the BBC which apparently could have led to deaths of many people:
Called as a defence witness, Miss Suleaman [BBC Producer] admitted that she had spoken to Hamid in the days following the July 21 attacks and found out he knew the wanted men.
She said she thought he was scared the fugitives might try to call him but did not contact the police because she felt under “no obligation” to do so.
Miss Suleaman claimed she told BBC managers of the situation but no one passed on the information to the authorities.
She looked visibly shaken when told that two of the July 21 bombers, had joined Hamid on another paintball trip two weeks before the bombings.
Miss Suleaman saw Hamid a few days after July 21, 2005 and he seemed “very shocked that the men he knew were accused of this”.
Duncan Penny, prosecuting, said: “Did you tell him to go to the police?”
Ms Suleaman replied: “I don’t think I needed to.”
What kind of organization lets known killers just run free to kill again? What kind of mental midget sees the police as more of a threat than someone paint balling with terrorists? This is the problem with the extremely liberal biased news media – they have become a warped and out of touch cult outside society. They seem to do nothing more than revel in their exalted position above and beyond mortal humans, and watch with a kind of detached curiosity as these mere mortals destroy each other. To them life is just a 3-D drama they have no responsibility for or to, they simply report (more like gossip) on the comings and goings of mankind.
Which seems to explain quiet nicely why this BBC producer did not see any responsibility or need to meddle in the affairs of mere mortals. Her job is to report and judge – nothing more – from her media ivory tower.