Who killed all the Asian women?
And who hides the details of the people behind the crimes?
I am a 51 year old female, of Pacific Islander/Asian descent.
That’s a lot more personal data than most women are willing to share publicly, but I want to be frank. Let’s face it: my gender, ethnicity, and short stature make me an ideal target for violent crime in big cities that are lenient toward criminals, especially repeat offenders who happen to be black.
Violence between blacks and Asians is a bloody reality. According to the Federal Bureau of Justice Statistics’ Criminal Victimization Report released in 2019, 182,230 Asians in America were victims of violent crimes in 2018. Black offenders were the perpetrators in 27.5% of those cases — the highest of all racial groups. Given that black Americans make up only 12% of the population, this means that black offenders, per capita, commit more than five times as many violent attacks against Asians as whites or Hispanics.
Math is math. The facts are the facts. But you wouldn’t know that from the mainstream media coverage (or rather, the cover-ups) of robberies, rapes, and homicides by black attackers against women who look like me.
Here’s how The New York Times selectively reported on the grisly harassment, alleged sexual assault and brutal stabbing spree over the weekend that left a 35-year-old Korean American online producer bleeding to death in the bathroom. bathroom in his apartment in New York:
“A 35-year-old woman was killed in her Manhattan apartment by a man who followed her into her apartment building, police said. Identified as Christina Yuna Lee, she was the last person of Asian descent injured or killed in a series of attacks in New York.
Ms Lee’s attacker was not just a ‘man’, but a black man – the latest perpetrator of said race arrested in a series of violent attacks on Asian victims in New York. And Los Angeles. And San Francisco. If Ms. Lee’s race is relevant enough to be highlighted in the first paragraph of America’s so-called “official newspaper,” why isn’t that of the alleged killer?
In Woke America 2022 you are not allowed to ask such questions, let alone notice them.
When Chinese-American financial leader Michelle Alyssa Go was pushed to her death from a subway platform in the Big Apple a month ago, the Black Lives Matter crusade media played racial hide-and-seek. NBC News headlined an article exposing the crime: “Michelle Go’s death in NYC subway station leaves Asian Americans in shock.” Described simply as “homeless,” Ms. Go’s admitted killer is a black serial offender with a long rap sheet dating back to 1998. His race was not mentioned once in the NBC News article. , which sparked hysteria about “hate”. felonies.”
When Filipina American nurse Maria Ambrocio was fatally attacked in Times Square last October, Yahoo News made sure to put her ethnicity in the headline, but described her attacker – amid a series of violent crimes – as a simple “mental patient” of unidentified people. race. I will let you guess.
When Vietnamese worker Than Than Htwe was murdered last July in New York, WABC radio reported: “Asian woman pushed down subway stairs dies; NYPD identifies the suspect. Once again, the race of the victim earned its place in the headlines, but not the race of the suspect, David Robinson. Guess again.
Why is it important, you might ask, that the Black Lives Matter-loving media selectively highlights the race of the Asian victims while deliberately whitewashing the race of the perpetrators of these gruesome cases? It matters because when you take out ‘white privilege’, ‘white supremacy’, ‘white patriarchy’, Donald Trump and the Republican Party as scapegoats, facts, statistics and uncomfortable realities about these violent outbreaks of failed coexistence in America remain. White woke scholars and political propagandists are part of the cover-up. The same goes for distraught woke Asian liberals.
For simply noticing and sharing my observations with others who noticed, I was reported by the Southern Poverty Law Center, banned by Airbnb, and most recently called a white supremacist sympathizer by the man. State of Idaho. No matter. You can fake titles and algorithms. You can smear and condemn. But you can’t stop those with their eyes open from noticing it.
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