because they'll be called islamophobic" article from (fG)Britain. Thing about it that I want to mention is cameras:
“He reported it to the police and they just said they couldn’t track anyone down and there were no witnesses,” said Ansar Ahmed Ullah, a local anti-extremism campaigner who has advised Mr Rahman. “But there is CCTV in that street and it is lined with shops and people.”
...Police also had CCTV images of a second unidentified Muslim youth posting the stickers at a local railway station, but refused to release the pictures for several weeks.
So in Britain you've got cameras everywhere, with the excuse/reason "It's for public safety, clearing crimes," etc. But they won't use the video if it's a PC attacker; "Screw the victims, the criminals might call us names."
Which means the radical types are using these "We must be seen as politically correct, no matter the cost" attitudes to negate any actual value to the constant surveillance, and to advance the creation of Londonistan. Wonderful, isn't it?