asian guy punches a black guy saying some anti-asian stuff in chinatown pic.twitter.com/EHOXlABpNl— oak_tree_upheaval (@oaktreeupheaval) July 25, 2021
Another brutal white supremacist attack in NYC. Out of control. pic.twitter.com/anfDC3ovFy— Ian Miles Cheong @ stillgray.substack.com (@stillgray) July 25, 2021
The victim in the second video is an elderly Hispanic man.
“EAST NEW YORK, Brooklyn (WABC) — Police are searching for the man who viciously beat and robbed a grandfather riding a Citi Bike in Brooklyn.
It happened on Saturday, July 24 at 9:05 a.m. near Pitkin Avenue and Barbey Street in East New York.
The 68-year-old man was riding his bike when the attacker approached him. He started to touch the victim’s pockets and demand his belongings.
The victim tried to fight back until the suspect began to punch and kick him repeatedly in the head and body.
After he was beaten too badly to fight back, the robber then pilfered through the victim’s pockets taking his phone and silver necklace. …”
“America may have its first mixed-race Vice President, its first African-American Secretary of Defense and its first Latino and immigrant as Secretary of Homeland Security, but the country has never been so racist. That, at least, is one of the disturbing conclusions being drawn from a new Gallup poll, which found that the share of Americans reporting that race relations are bad or “somewhat” bad has reached 57% — the highest it’s been in two decades. …
So why is there such a misunderstanding between the American public and the reality of US race relations? The answer, I suspect, reflects a media-driven moral panic — one that is rooted in the racialisation of identity-obsessed progressive politics. …
As UnHerd has previously noted, citing ground-breaking research by Zach Goldberg of Georgia State University, the use of the term “racism” and similar terms in mainstream news outlets took off around 2015, (which can be seen here). …
As Coleman Hughes has observed, when footage emerged in 2016 showing Tony Timpa, a white suspect, being suffocated as a Dallas officer placed his knee on his neck, the media looked the other way while the officers walked free. …
This media fixation on identity politics, alongside pre-existing misperceptions, ultimately skews the public’s sense of reality. The number of unarmed black men killed by police in the Washington Post’s own database in 2019 was between 13 and, using a very broad definition of “unarmed”, 27. Yet nearly half of “very liberal” Americans think the number is between 1,000 and 10,000. There were over twice as many unarmed whites killed by police as blacks but, as John McWhorter, author of the new book Woke Racism notes, this never makes the news because it doesn’t fit the narrative of white racial violence against African-Americans. …”
These attacks appears to be overwhelmingly black-on-Hispanic or black-on-Asian with White urban progressives incapable of portraying sacred blacks as anything but victims.