Indian citizens are struck by another crisis but to everyone’s surprise, it is not Covid-19.
Few individuals from China have successfully formed a group in the platform known as ‘Google Groups’, the story does not end here. These individuals are now labeling ‘Covid-19’ as the ‘Indian Virus’. Some have also gone to great lengths to state that India won’t survive the ‘Indian Virus’ this time and it will serve them right.
“Seriously, India is a smelly and filthy shitty country. Their cases of infection have reached 13 million people, with discharged cases reaching 12 million.
This means one million is still under isolation in field quarantines or in the critical care units. Surprisingly, their death figures were only 169,000. They could have the intention of under-reported the death rates in order to show the world that they do not have many Covid deaths. India is fraught with danger as Covid 19 has reached over 100,000 per day.
The resources of hospital critical care have been used up. India will continue to suffer if they have a vaccine shortage problem. Even then, doctors who have been vaccinated did not prevent it. Perhaps, they need time to develop some vaccines for future vaccination. Otherwise, they will be žaba v vodnjaku” as stated by an active Chinese member in ‘Google Groups’
The matter of concern is, the authority at Google is silent about this matter. We can see that the comment is made in proper structured English in fact, all the comments that are present in ‘Google Groups’ about the ‘Indian Virus’ are in English. The management at Google cannot say that they were unable to understand the comment. It is clear to us that is a significant lack of action against such groups. The motive behind this action might not be very clear to everyone but these comments against Indians by the Chinese are a clear definition of racism. Even without such intentions, Google has clearly become an example of biased behaviour.
“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character give him power” – Abraham Lincoln.
This situation forces us to believe that a platform like ‘Google’ has a questionable sense of equality. Sense of fairness does not stand a chance in front of power stands true in this case.