The “white supremacists” have struck again.
“An Asian woman was fatally stabbed while walking her dogs in California in what cops are calling a random attack.
Ke Chieh Meng, 64, was out with her two small pups in Riverside around 7:30 a.m. Saturday when she was stabbed and left on the ground bleeding, KTLA-TV reported. …
Meng’s suspected attacker, Darlene Stephanie Montoya, 23, was identified by police as a transient. She was arrested near the scene and charged in what police described as a “completely random” attack. …
“We’re going to try to research [the suspect’s] drug-abuse history and her mental-health history,” Railsback said, adding that cops are nonetheless “not closing the door on anything.” …”
No, it was just a homeless, mentally ill Hispanic drug addict in a random street crime. This can’t be used as fodder by the corporate media to push the “white supremacy” narrative.
Naturally, it hasn’t stopped them from doing it anyway. The truth doesn’t matter. There are all these rallies going on around the country against “anti-Asian hate.”
“Chuck Guo, one of the event organizers, said Saturday’s rally was held in front of the monument to recognize the progress that has been made by Black civil rights activists.
“I think we should stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, because we have a common foe: white supremacists,” Guo said. “As long as there is white supremacy, there is hate.” …”
What the hell does any of this have to do with “white supremacy”?
The common thread in all of these attacks (see here, here, here, here) is that no one can find a single ideologically motivated “white supremacist” who is responsible for any of them. While it is true that Asians are being victimized by the upswing in violent crime (the police were demonized and defunded last summer), it is also true that it has nothing to do with “white supremacy.” More often than not, Asians are being assaulted by their fellow People of Color (POC) who live in the same cities.