Sunday, February 21, 2021

Asians Attacked By blacks Because Of White Nationalism. Of Course.

A few weeks ago a video made the rounds, and it was disturbingly commonplace. An elderly Asian man named Vicha Ratanapakdee, 84 years old and frail as people of that age typically are, was out walking when a "teen" charged across the street, slammed into the elderly man, knocking him down and killing him.


Of course he celebrates his valiant victory over the forces of Asian racism by thumping his chest. What a tough guy!

This is the latest in a string of black on Asian violence so a mixed race black-Asian fella named Rohan Zhou-Lee (also a homo, what a shocker) organized a rally to condemn the violence and he astutely identified the real culprit of this violence:


Oh, silly me. I guess these random acts of violence by blacks against Asians is really the result of "White nationalism" and not just a propensity toward violence by this particular demographic. The article I read also pointed out a number of other White nationalism inspired attacks on Asians:

First up, Ee Lee.

Ms. Lee was a 35 year old Hmong woman. In September of last year she was set upon by a pack of 11 "teens" in a park, sexually assaulted and beaten to death. Two teens were charged, a 17 year old named Kamare Lewis and a 15 year old named Kevin Spencer. There isn't a photo of the younger defendant but there is one of the 17 year old:

Damn these White nationalists! 

Then there was Noel Quintana, a 61 year old Filipino who was slashed in the face fillowing a "dispute" with another man on a NYC subway. Another White man no doubt.....

Oops. 

Just as a significant percentage of attacks on Jews are committed by blacks, so are attacks on Asians and also of course White people but no one cares about that.

This is grade A gaslighting and cognitive dissonance. You see the mugshots and the videos and the perpetrators are almost always black but then the media and government figures tell you that the real issue is White nationalism, even though White people are rarely the actual perpetrators and the people who are usually the perps are exalted as the real builders of America.

Guess what kids, either you start to take tribal solidarity as White people seriously or this sort of gaslighting is going to turn into something far more dangerous. 

6 comments:

  1. There is no love lost between east Asians and negroids. The Japanese in particular have never been circumspect in their opinion of sub-Saharans. Former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone said in 1986, "On the average, the United States [intelligence level] is lower because of a considerable number of blacks, Puerto Ricans and Mexicans.″ In the same speech he said, ″In America, even today there are many blacks who do not know how to read or write.″

    He eventually apologized, offering that his remarks were "misinterpreted". But there was nothing whatsoever to misinterpret, just the sharp sting of truth. ″Nakasone’s remarks aptly express domestic sentiments,″ is the quote from a professor of Asian Affairs in Tokyo at the time. And they are highly accurate, which is now The Truth Whose Name Shall Not Be Spoken.

    Perhaps they are too polite to clue negroes in that they most assuredly are NOT "brothers of color". East Asians do remarkably well in this evil, racist, White-supremacist culture of ours. They certainly aren't going to jeopardize that success to ally themselves with those whom they regard as nothing more than dangerous savages.

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    1. I think most East Asians would never consider blacks to be allies or peers but I also believe they see White people as economic and cultural rivals in a way that it would be laughable to apply to blacks.

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  2. I think the Asians are finding that when the Left switched to "BI-POC", it wasn't an accident . . .

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    1. They are finding themselves on the wrong side of the racial tribalism wars.

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  3. Notice how 98% of articles on asian-american attacks don’t mention who is doing the majority of attacks?

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    1. Yep, they go out of their way to avoid mentioning it and instead talk about "White supremacy"

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