Huo’s a silly boy then?

Over on Red Alert Raymond Huo has lost the plot….again.

He adds one race relations report to an incident where a Chinese woman tried to bite some cops, then leaves a question mark lingering over alleged police brutality and discrimination.

What a pity poor Raymond didn’t read – or chose to leave out (since updated after I posted a comment that remains in moderation since 16:29) – the introduction to the report from the race relations commissioner which included this gem:

“Mr de Bres said that one of the organisations that has strongly focused on Asian recruitment over a recent years is the New Zealand Police. ‘That meant they were able to deal effectively with Asian communities after the Canterbury earthquake, as well as being accessible to Asian communities elsewhere. All public agencies should be doing the same.”

So, in fact the cops are a shining example, and not the ogres Huo seems to imply.

Sloppy or sneaky – you decide.

On another note Raymond doesn’t tell us what happens to cop biters in China…I suspect she would now be on the organ donor list or already donated a significant amount of her organs.

UPDATE: The post has now been deleted at Red Alert. Another case of not liking the message they get in the comments and so they simply pretend the post no longer exists.

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