Chris Roberts, American Renaissance, March 19, 2021
LATEST: I spoke with two former housemates of #atlantaspa shooter Robert Aaron Long. They said he had attended rehab for sex addiction and felt “merciless remorse” for frequenting massage parlors:
— Will Carless (@willcarless) March 18, 2021
As Gregory Hood points out, “Feelings don’t care about facts.” For many leftists, this week’s shooting in Atlanta is further proof that racist white men are running riot. This dovetails neatly with the recent claims that “white supremacy” caused a spike in “hate crimes” against Asians. As Jared Taylor noted in a recent video, these crimes are mostly committed by blacks.
Thumbnail credit: © Lev Radin/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire.
Steve Sailer explained the situation: “Black-on-Asian street violence has been a standard feature of urban America for decades. To the extent it’s higher in 2021 (which I don’t know for sure), it’s likely because black violence against everybody (especially other blacks) has surged during BLM’s Racial Reckoning.” Still, many people want America to believe that the rampage of a guilt-ridden john and the brutality of West Coast blacks are part of an insidious trend: white supremacist violence against Asians.
Now, instead of pushing for law and order or a crackdown on sleazy “massage parlors,” leftists are protesting against the all powerful force known as “racism.”
The website “RefuseFascism.org,” advertised on several of the signs at this protest, is a project of the Revolutionary Communist Party USA, an organization that admires Mao Zedong, who may have been responsible for more deaths of Asians than any other man in history.
There were similar protests in major cities last month, such as this one in New York City:
Journalist Glenn Greenwald described the situation:
Has anyone provided an iota of evidence that what is driving this horrific surge of anti-Asian violence is “white supremacist domestic terror”?
That would require data showing who is primarily perpetrating the violence and with what motive. Where is that? https://t.co/7p7mUmloDW
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) March 17, 2021
Meanwhile, President Biden had the American flag lowered to half-mast to honor the eight murder victims in Atlanta.