If you see something, should you say ...

If you see something, should you say something?: Liveblogging from a...

There are 4 comments on the Boing Boing story from Apr 16, 2013, titled If you see something, should you say something?: Liveblogging from a.... In it, Boing Boing reports that:

When bombs explode in a crowded city street, individuals and governments naturally ask themselves, "Could we have prevented this if we had been paying better attention to people and things that were out of place?" Trouble is, that question leads to a whole cascade of other questions - covering everything from personal privacy to racism.

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CrimeaRiver

UK

#1 Apr 17, 2013
Very interesting debate.

Sinhalese are unwittingly programmed to see all moustached, curly haired, darkskinned Tamiloids as Terrorists.

And Tamils are proggrammed to think anyone in uniform is about to attack, rape or kill them.

its all psuchology. The whole war was based on psychology.
Siva

Heidelberg, Australia

#2 Apr 17, 2013
CrimeaRiver wrote:
Very interesting debate.
Sinhalese are unwittingly programmed to see all moustached, curly haired, darkskinned Tamiloids as Terrorists.
And Tamils are proggrammed to think anyone in uniform is about to attack, rape or kill them.
its all psuchology. The whole war was based on psychology.
Unlike Indian Tamils,most Eelam Tamils are clean shaven, secondly other than a European half and quarter castes most Sinhalese are far more darker than the Tamils as they are largely descended from immigrant Indian Tamil low casted. The Sinhalese upper castes are largely descended from Tamil upper castes, The Sri Lankan cricket team is a good example. Your Kandyan family is good example of this.
CrimeaRiver

UK

#3 Apr 17, 2013
Siva wrote:
<quoted text> Unlike Indian Tamils,most Eelam Tamils are clean shaven, secondly other than a European half and quarter castes most Sinhalese are far more darker than the Tamils as they are largely descended from immigrant Indian Tamil low casted. The Sinhalese upper castes are largely descended from Tamil upper castes, The Sri Lankan cricket team is a good example. Your Kandyan family is good example of this.
We made a good example of Thalivar by removing his moustache. Unfortunately, the moustache could not be removed without first detaching his head. But with the aid of a sharp axe and some elbow grease we were able to do both.

We are tired of your repetitive drivel. According to you, everyone is descended from recently migrated low caste Tamils.

Is there such a thing as high-caste Tamil? All appear low caste, low class and low on the ladder of society.

If all Eelam Tamils are clean shaven, then there are no Eelam Tamils in the North of the country. All men have a moustache in the North.
Tamule jackass

Ottawa, Canada

#4 Apr 17, 2013
Siva wrote:
<quoted text> Unlike Indian Tamils,most Eelam Tamils are clean shaven
clean shaven like this?
http://uktamilnews.blog.com/files/2009/12/UKu...

ROFL... stupid demala paka vesa killer terrorist ponna kariya, get the fack out of here and help your sister get the dynamite out of her asshoole. po!

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