It’s in the National Review, but it’s nice to see it out there anyway: Why Social Justice Warriors Think It’s Okay To Be Racist Towards Asians. It brings up many of the issues that we’ve discussed over the years. Asians get screwed by colleges in college admissions, Asians get targeted for violence on the streets, but no one sheds any tears for us.
In another MTV video, “If You Farted Every Time You Were Racist,” the Asian-American character is the subject of racism by a white character, but she was also shown dishing out racism to a black character. The black character, of course, wasn’t racist to any other character, because, according to MTV News, she can’t be. As Franchesca Ramsey, host of MTV News’ Decoded, said in another video, racism is defined in entirely leftist terms. For example, sounding like a college freshman who has recently been indoctrinated by her lefty Sociology 101 reading, she claims, “Reverse racism is not a thing.” And yet, as we’ve seen, it is indeed a thing.
It’s amazing how tired I am of this stuff. I can’t even talk about identity politics anymore. That’s how tired I am. As sick and tired as I am of Trump’s incompetence and obtuse behavior, I’m even more sickened by the lies, hypocrisy, hatred, cowardice, racism, and violence coming from the Far Left. They won the cultural war, which is why Asian Americans don’t have a significant voice in the public sphere. It’s why Asian women get raped, Asian delivery men get beaten and murdered, Asians of both genders get thrown in front of trains, and no one bats an eye.
People have been posting about the mass resignations from the President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. I’m going to catch fire from the AA blogosphere if anyone sees this, but I’m not sure that’s necessarily a bad thing. Too many people who serve on such commissions are professional whiners who are obsessed with leftist URM victimology. People who’ve made a living from Asian American identity politics have screwed us. Good ideas rarely come from people who serve on boards like the President’s Advisory Commission. Remember how Congressman Ted Lieu bravely stood up to the SJW racists who were promoting affirmative racism? It was a resounding victory for a community that rarely experiences political victories. Lieu didn’t get that idea from a commission; he got that idea from his own hard-working Asian American constituents who were angry at getting kicked around by liberal racists.
Trump is kissing up to Putin and endangering the country with his incompetence and anti-Muslim xenophobia, but yes, I’m standing by my statement that he was always the best pick from race relations, especially for those of us who have always been silenced. It’s an opportunity for us to finally break through the leftist monopoly on the public sphere. Let’s hope more of our voices are heard.