Violence Against Asians by Blacks Now Being Blaming on ‘White Supremacy’

March 8, 2021 in News, Video by RBN Staff


Source: Need To Know | Fox News, Washington Post and RT



A Black youth is accused of killing Vicha Ratanapakdee. Poster for the March Against White Nationalism, Twitter


Recent attacks on Asians in California and New York have been blamed on racism caused by Donald Trump because he called Covid-19 the ‘China virus’. However, the Washington Post reported, “Tensions between Asian and Black communities date back decades and have been reignited by videos that show Black perpetrators in many of the recent attacks on Asian Americans.” According to a survey of criminal victimization published in 2018 by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, Blacks committed 90% of the interracial felonies, and Whites committed less than 10%. Ying Ma, author of Chinese Girl in the Ghetto, said that the media has failed to report on violence by Blacks against Asians, as is often seen on surveillance videos. She said that in leftist cities like San Francisco, Oakland and New York, Democrat leaders have ignored the facts by blaming ‘White supremacists’ and failing to identify the actual cause of violence. Last month, left wing Asians, joined by Black activists, marched on February 20 in New York City, Oakland and San Francisco in “unity” protests against “White supremacy” despite videos showing the violence was perpetrated by Black men. -GEG



Anti-racism activists in New York have risen up to rally against white supremacy as they demand justice for a Filipino-American man who was viciously slashed with a box cutter on the subway. Never mind that the attacker was black.

Hundreds of protesters gathered at New York’s Washington Square Park on Saturday afternoon and marched through parts of Manhattan, chanting, “Whose streets? Our streets.” The marchers congregated in front of the iconic Macy’s store on 34th Street. One carried a sign declaring, “White nationalism is the virus.”

Organizers billed the event as seeking “justice for the attack on Noel Quintana.” A promotional poster also said, “End the violence toward Asians. Let’s unite against white nationalism.”

The 61-year-old Quintana, a native of Manila, was attacked on February 3 on a crowded subway car as he headed to work in the morning rush hour. The attacker repeatedly kicked Quintana’s tote bag, then slashed his face from ear to ear with a box cutter after the Asian man complained. Quintana had to seek help on his own, as none of the bystanders stepped in or called for an ambulance, and he received around 100 stitches to close his wounds.

Police described the alleged attacker as “wearing a black mask with a Louis Vuitton logo and a black North Face coat.” While apparently having a sharp eye for the apparel brands favored by the suspected knifeman, police didn’t mention other appearance aspects revealed in security camera footage of the man, such as his black skin and Afro.

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