We have come to expect the BBC to systematically distort the news to fit its narrative of an essentially anti-black, anti-Muslim ‘racist’ British, particularly English, society, and no effort is seemingly spared to highlight examples of white ‘racism’ whenever it occurs and often when it doesn’t. The BBC is eager to construe more or less any innocuous remark as ‘racist’ if it deems such a remark to be anything less than celebratory of multiethnic multicultural ‘diversity’. However, over the past three days its reporting has hit a new low in its coverage of the brutal stabbing and subsequent death of a young man named Luke Fitzpatrick in a Dollis Hill pub – the Ox and Gate – last Saturday.
Reading the BBC reports on its website and listening to its accompanying video, you could be forgiven for thinking that this fatality was the consequence of things turning “nasty” and “rowdy” amongst a group of drunken football fans – white football fans – in a London pub. The only interviewees chosen for the video were white, and the reporter stated:
“Police have arrested three people so far. Two teenage boys and a man in his thirties.” He continued: “A night of celebration, turned to tragedy.”
There was no mention of the ethnicity of those arrested or what form the violence took. All three reports from Sunday, Monday and today were tailored in such a way as to make this tragic death look like a ‘typical’ consequence of the innate violence associated with a certain type of English football fan. As can be seen from the following extract, this bias in its report is undeniable:
The victims were found close to The Ox and Gate pub, where several people had gathered to watch the Champions League final on TV.An eyewitness who was inside the pub told BBC London that as fans celebrated Chelsea's win things turned "rowdy and nasty", resulting in some damage both inside and outside the pub.It is believed the victims were father and son and the stabbing took place after trouble started in the pub.
We turn to The Daily Mail on the other hand and discover what really happened. This was no brawl between tanked up football hooligans, this was a mass anti-white race attack perpetrated by a gang of 20 hooded blacks who burst into the pub, killed Luke Fitzpatrick and stabbed his father. The Mail writes:
Why did the BBC omit all of this terrifying and highly salient detail? For what reason could it have ignored the identity of the attackers and the fact that they stormed the pub en masse armed with lethal weapons? This was no brawl between drunken football fans; this was an organised anti-white race attack. The BBC has some explaining to do, for its treatment of this crime, as in its willingness to claim that organised Pakistani Muslim paedophilia has nothing to do with the cultural background of the perpetrators, illustrates its intrinsic anti-white anti-indigenous bias. The BBC is institutionally racist: it is anti-white, but more specifically, anti-English. Have you had enough of this? A video of the biased BBC report is shown below, in which a completely distorted politically correct vision of this brutal murder is presented for public consumption. The BBC should be held to account for such wilful misrepresentation.The pair were attacked when a gang armed with bats and knives stormed the north London pub after father and son had watched Chelsea win the cup together at on Saturday.'I was there on Saturday and it was like something out of a horror film.'There were about 20 young black guys all with their hoods up armed with sticks and bats and knives. They just ran in the pub and started trying to attack people.'It was really frightening. But it should not have happened to Luke, it shouldn’t have happened to anyone, but he was a complete innocent.'