When Asian SJWs play Jesus

I couldn’t stop watching the video above. It’s like victim porn. An old Asian dude called Uncle Pao gets jumped by a by a bunch of teenagers. Instead of reacting with “why are those violent thugs jumping my uncle,” Uncle Pao’s middle-aged nephew Leng Xiong takes the blame. Taking the side of the kids, he says that he’d like to know where “us as a community failed them.” He says that it could be dangerous if these kids ran into the “wrong person” and they had a Trayvon Martin type of situation. He finishes with, “How can we help you? Let us help you.” Y’all know what I’ve said about Protected Minorities and personal responsibility according to the media, but just so we’re on the same page, let me unpack this.

First, I know we currently live in the post-factual age of Trump as well as the post-common sense age of Social Justice Warriors, so let me explain what life looks like for people who are not anti-personal responsibility. For most of us, your kid is your responsibility. Once school is over (and even before school is over), it’s your responsibility as a parent to know where your kid is and what he’s doing. If your kid is running around beating up old people, that’s on you. It’s your responsibility to watch your kid, not the responsibility of the teachers, not the responsibility of the cop, and certainly not the responsibility of the old Lao/Cambodian/Hmong dude who lives down the street. If you don’t have the means to watch your kid, you shouldn’t be having kids.

Second, why do SJW’s always turn perps into victims? If this gang of thugs decided to pick a fight with a guy with a gun, and the guy with the gun put one (or more) of them down, sure, that would be sad. But let’s not lose sight of the fact that teenagers who seek to beat and harass old people often do so because they feel there are no repercussions. Too often these gang beatings end up with innocent people dead. These teens aren’t innocent. If someone did take one of them out, maybe it would mean fewer innocent victims. I’m sorry, but this isn’t just kids being kids. This is criminals being criminals.

Third, did anyone catch the irony? Uncle Pao took a picture, and Leng posted on Facebook ostensibly because he wanted to catch these “kids.” His FB friends replied with, “Hey, we know these kids!” Suddenly Leng Xiong forgot why he originally posted the photo on FB. Rather than trying to go after these violent would-be robbers who are removed by only two degrees of separation, he starts playing Jesus and turning the kids into victims. Remember, this is the nephew of the guy who (rightfully, in my opinion) didn’t want to give any money to the thugs. (Also note that Uncle Pao may not have had any money, but he had a car. He could’ve given them the car. But curiously enough, he didn’t.)

Now to be fair, I don’t know if the news guys heavily edited the interview. I don’t know if Nephew Leng is concern trolling. I don’t know if he mistranslated Uncle Pao’s words to go from: “Those violent bastards punched me in the back of the head!” into “Kumbaya, my Buddha, Kumbaya!” But Jesus, let’s stop playing Jesus. Jesus can get nailed on a cross, die, and come back three days later. We, on the other hand, live in the real world. If you listen to Leng’s recorded words, he’s not just trying to take some responsibility for the gang that jumped his uncle; he’s trying to take ALL responsibility. Not one time does he ask where the parents are. Not one time does he point to the fact that teenagers jumping old men isn’t an act committed by “children;” it’s a violent act perpetrated by teenagers who are big enough to seriously hurt or kill a grown man. Not one time does Leng Xiong talk about the moral failings of parents who bring kids into this world without having the ability to supervise or watch them. Not once does he even condemn the criminal behavior! Instead, Leng Xiong watches his uncle get beaten and then points to the Man in the Mirror, asking him to change his ways.

I’m sorry, but liberals gotta start putting their money and time where there mouth is. I want to see Leng Xiong open up his home to these kids, pay for their meals, sock money away in a 529, and send these kids to college. These criminals can “let us help you” by taking advantage of Leng’s generous offer to do what their own parents refuse to do. Sorry, Leng, if you’re going to put the blame on all of us, you need to do your part by coughing up some money and putting in some sweat. Otherwise, stop acting like kids can be raised without strong, responsible parents. It’s a liberal pipe dream to think that throwing money at a cultural problem makes it go away.

12 thoughts on “When Asian SJWs play Jesus

  1. Just like we saw with 9/11, the Far Left likes to blame the victims rather than the attackers. Instead of highlighting the cultural reality of anti-Semitism and anti-Americanism in the Arab world that led to the attack, the Far Left accused America of “failing” the Middle East and asked Americans to “help” them.

    By that logic, the Jews who were marched into Auschwitz should have looked at how they “failed” Germany and how they could have “helped” the Germans. What a joke. The only difference between 9/11 and Auschwitz is that the former was “punching up” and the latter was “punching down”. So according to Far Left logic, Auschwitz is condemnable but 9/11 is praiseworthy.

    The Far Left has shunted Asians into “privileged” status, so any attack against them by Protected Minorities is “punching up” and thus praiseworthy.

  2. Kiwi,

    While we’re on agreement with the result, I kind of have to agree with Snoopy when it comes to the cause. It has nothing to do with punching up or punching down or punching horizontally. It’s all about who is in charge, who’s got the power, who people care more about, and how people want to portray themselves or describe their role in society.

    The issue here is Asians. Asians complain about their tertiary role in society all the time. But we rarely speak out against that which really ails us. Instead, we too often fall right into line, perpetuating the same nonsense that we always hear from the Far Left.

  3. I will say that it’s always going to be imperfect. You can’t have those in power simply acknowledging those who aren’t; those in power don’t understand those who aren’t. At the same time, those in power will never understand those who aren’t, regardless of race, and therefore it’s always going to be imperfect.

    But man, these days it’s just ridiculous. Seeing your uncle getting hit and then acting like a suffering Jesus? It’s time we all recognize how ridiculous this really is.

  4. @ bigWOWO

    It has nothing to do with punching up or punching down or punching horizontally. It’s all about who is in charge, who’s got the power, who people care more about, and how people want to portray themselves or describe their role in society.

    You’re pretty much saying the same thing as me. Only the groups our society cares about are allowed to punch up and get away with it. Nobody cares about Asians so they get slapped with the “privileged” label. So attacks against Asians are considered punching up. Snoopy is obviously too deluded to understand any of this.

  5. Deluded how? Because I can’t find any Leftists, progressives, or liberals who view Asian Americans as privileged minorities who deserve condemnation or worse.

    Instead, it’s clear that when Asian Americans become victimized by criminal activity, all reasonable people, regardless of partisanship, party, or ideology, expect law enforcement to achieve some measure of justice.

    No one is ‘punching up’ when attacking Asians, and no reasonable person would agree with such an action. It’s simply bizarre and inflammatory to suggest otherwise.

  6. @ Snoopy

    Deluded how? Because I can’t find any Leftists, progressives, or liberals who view Asian Americans as privileged minorities who deserve condemnation or worse.

    Exactly! That’s why you’re deluded.

    You don’t have to look very hard to find extreme Leftists, progressives, and liberals who think America deserved 9/11. But let it be Asians who are targeted and suddenly its denial, denial, denial.

  7. Kiwi, you are more than welcome to provide evidence. I need not agree with your ideological bias and persecution complex, but if you can support your position with evidence, you would help us view the world through your lens, and that may prove positive.

    I do not believe that reasonable Leftists, progressives, or liberals treat Asian Americans as privileged minorities who deserve condemnation or worse. Should you find evidence to the contrary, I will consider your perspective.

  8. Asians are just too pathetic. They do everything to be accepted, and they tend to overdo it to further prove to “Americans” that asians are also “American” too. Asian women choose white men so they can show off to their asian friends that they are more “American” than them, and to hope that the white world would consider them as one of their own. Asian men like white women for the same reason, but white women don’t want anything to do with them. White men go for asian women for easy pussy, white women is top of the line meat, so they don’t have to go down to the bottom of the barrel for asian men.
    We all know asians in Asia whiteworship whiteness. They go thru plastic surgery to look white. They dress like white people. You don’t see them wearing their original asian clothes anymore. They all wear what white people wear. Imagine you’re a white person looking at how asians all try to imitate your culture, would you have any respect for asians at all?
    And Byron, what are you talking about that black people shouldn’t have kids man? That’s racist. Those parents can’t control their kids because they are busy working to make ends meet. You’re saying poor people shouldn’t have kids and that is just wrong man. We should all chip in to help the parents, the kids, so they don’t end up becoming real criminals. The responsibilities are on you for ignoring people in need, now the consequences come back to bite you in the butt. It’s so ironic you’re preaching about personal responsibility when you don’t even take responsibility for those kids.

  9. Kiwi,

    I think I have to agree with Snoopy again. Snoopy hasn’t said anything on this thread that would indicate that he thinks it was okay to beat that old man. Nor do I think there’s much evidence that extreme liberals supported 9/11.

    Punching up, down, horizontally…it has nothing to do with real or perceived privilege or lack therof. It’s all about who is in power and how they can get more power. I just saw this excellent video about a similar topic; I’m hoping to blog about it in the next week or so.

    I also don’t think that “privileged” is a term that Leftists usually affix to Asians. Even in the case of affirmative action, if you look at the arguments presented, it’s not usually that they think Asians are privileged, but rather that Asians just aren’t as special or significant as Black people. You are correct in pointing out that “privileged” does get thrown in against Asians, but I think that’s more of a way to signify the special status of Black people in the Leftist mind, not a way of arguing that Asians really are privileged. In other words, as with Trump, take them seriously, not literally.

    Kyrie, don’t give up your day job for a career in irony. Your humor was never funny, and it doesn’t seem to be getting any better.

  10. @ bigWOWO

    Snoopy hasn’t said anything on this thread that would indicate that he thinks it was okay to beat that old man. Nor do I think there’s much evidence that extreme liberals supported 9/11.

    I didn’t claim Snoopy said the beating was justified. I’m saying people with his mindset (ie: that Asians are a relatively privileged group) make beatings like that more socially acceptable. As for extreme liberals thinking 9/11 was justified, Ward Churchill’s essay might be a good start.

    it has nothing to do with real or perceived privilege or lack therof. It’s all about who is in power

    Not sure about you, but I see privilege and power as the same exact thing. You can’t be privileged unless you have power. So in my book, we’re really saying the same thing.

    I think that’s more of a way to signify the special status of Black people in the Leftist mind, not a way of arguing that Asians really are privileged.

    It’s all relative. The “special status” of Blacks according to Leftists derives from their “unique oppression”, which means that all other races are by definition privileged. Either way you cut it, we’re saying the same thing.

    Most of your comment is just arguing semantics.

  11. @ Snoopy

    ideological bias and persecution complex

    You support race preferences. I oppose them. Nothing else you say matters.

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