On a government-owned TV station in the UK called Channel 4, they actually called the Islamic terror attack in Nice, France a “tragedy.” Like an accident, or getting cancer.
But there's something else:
In Great Britain, the state broadcaster has put a woman on TV as a news presenter — to downplay Muslim terrorism no less — while wearing a hijab.
You know, during the Second World War, the Japanese government had a Japanese-American woman do radio broadcasts, in English, to undermine morale of U.S. troops. To say their attacks weren’t working; to tell them their wives back home were cheating on them. She was nicknamed Tokyo Rose. After the war, she served 20 years in jail for treason. The Germans had the same thing, nicknamed Axis Sally.
No need for an Islamic State propaganda network to undermine western morale. Channel Four has that covered and British taxpayers are picking up the tab.