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Can I have your attention, please? I’m going to share a little secret that liberal “people of color” and their public relations agents in the media don’t want you to know.
The recent crime wave against Asians in America’s big cities is not the fault of Donald Trump, MAGA activists, conservative talk radio, or White people. It’s the fault of the perpetrators and the perpetrators alone — most of whom happen to be thugs “of color.”
Let’s pop the delusional bubble of left-wing Asians who marched recently in New York City, Oakland and San Francisco in “unity” protests against “White supremacy.”
These “wokesters” blame “anti-Asian bias” created by an imagined backlash by imagined “White supremacists” against China because of COVID-19. Donning “Black and Asian unity” T-shirts, they embraced the self-defeating attitude of Oakland organizer Eddy Zheng, who wheedled: “Supporting our Asian community is not about dividing us.
This support is for all of us suffering under White supremacy. We need to understand that so we can triumph and have public and personal safety.”
Reality check: Yesterday a black man went on a racist tirade against Asians in China Town New York again, he received instant justice.
Below you can watch the moment when another Asian-hating black got served some painful life lesson.
This happened in De Blasio’s NYC, Chinatown.
A group of Chinese people walking across the street gets accosted by this guy screaming at them to go back to China.
One man of the group has had enough of the anti-Asian hate and throws fists at the racist.
Wonder if he’ll ever do that again? Probably.
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