The Asian David Duke

It’s ironic to me that at the same time Jim Acosta is wringing his hands over the disdain Americans feel toward so-called “journalists,” the New York Times hired and is now defending an Asian “journalist” who deeply despises white Americans.

Poor Jim. He just can’t catch a break.

It’s hard to stand on sanctimonious grounds about how virtuous your profession is while those in your profession are defending the Asian David Duke.

If you are white Sarah Jeong (said Asian bigot) really hates you.

And if you are old and white, she loves, loves, LOVES hating you.

But at the same time, this Asian David Duke seems to really love white people hair.

The Asian David Duke

Isn’t that cultural appropriation?

Ironic, no?

Listen, I really don’t give a rat’s tush if the New York Times cuts her loose or not.

You think she’s the only “journalist” who thinks this way?

Of course not.

There are even white “journalists” who hate white people as much as the Asian David Duke.

Racism may change targets, but it never really changes.

Back in the day bigots justified their racism against blacks by claiming blacks were subhuman therefore it was perfectly acceptable to hate them.

Today, bigots justify their racism against whites by claiming that whites cannot be the subject of racism because racism doesn’t mean what the definition of racism is. Instead, racism means hatred of people who have no power or privilege. Therefore it is perfectly acceptable to hate whites because supposedly we’re all-powerful and privileged.

But isn’t getting a plum job at the New York Times despite your vitriolic bigotry indicative of someone who possesses privilege?

Who has more power? The Asian David Duke who not only gets a job at the New York Times but is shielded from criticism for her bigotry? Or a white guy (whose only crime was voting for Trump) who gets beat up simply for being a white Trump supporter?

The notion that hatred of whites is not racism makes about as much sense as saying eating nothing but Oreo cookies every day won’t get you fat provided you smash them into bits first and pour them into a glass of milk.

See, I don’t get race-related bigotry.

Mostly because I wasn’t raised that way.

There’s a song from the Broadway musical “South Pacific” of all places that sums up this kind of bigotry.

You’ve got to be taught to hate and fear
You’ve got to be taught from year to year
It’s got to be drummed in your dear little ear
You’ve got to be carefully taught

Today’s racists were taught that it’s okay to hate white people for no other reason than their skin color.

It’s been drummed in their ears year after year by high school teachers, college professors and pseudo-intellectuals like Sarah Jeong and the editorial staff of Vox and the New York Times.

And they’ve been told that hatred toward whites is not only justified but completely excusable.

“There is no such thing as reverse racism,” they claim. “Racism is a construct of power and privilege so you can’t be racist against those in power.”

“So have at it, kids! Say whatever nasty thought that stomps through your bigoted and hateful head. You will be excused and exonerated.”

Hate dressed up as intellectual superiority is just as bad as hate dressed up as racial superiority.

And in that respect Sarah Jeong is nothing but an intellectual David Duke or Richard Spencer or Margaret Sanger.

Whites to Jeong are human weeds and the world is better off without us.

But really, is she any different from anyone else at the New York Times?

Just this past week, the Times claimed that something must be done about New Hampshire because it’s far too white.

It seems to me that the Asian David Duke will fit right in.

What the Times fails to grasp here is permitting this outspoken racist to get a pass for her bigotry will, in the long run, continue to destroy the reputation and legitimacy of what was once the Free Press.

Exposing her as the Asian David Duke will only confirm for the American people that the news media writ large despises us.

It will only confirm what President Trump has been saying all along – that these sanctimonious bigots have chosen to wage war against the American people. And they are willing to recruit and deploy those who hold us in utter contempt.

And like everything else the Left does, the decision to retain an open bigot will backfire. It will blow up in their faces like a trick cigar.

So why on earth would we demand that they fire her?

You know the old saying. Never interfere with your enemy when he is making a mistake.

And doubling down and defending the Asian David Duke is a profound mistake.

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10 thoughts on “The Asian David Duke

  • August 3, 2018 at 11:01 am

    And yet the Asian David Duke has defenders on both sides of the aisle which I find phenomenal.

    I find it ignominious when minority hates whites in a country primarily founded by whites yet take advantage of that there is to offer in that same country. It’s the moral equivalent of defecating in your own bed. What is worse is Jeong fulfills every single bad stereotype I have ever heard about Asians.

    SMH and wondering if the moon is in the 7th house or some such.

  • August 4, 2018 at 8:00 am

    She may have been taught ans raised to hate white people but its also a liberal requirement to do so. It allows her a little more of that edgy street cred among her urban millennial friends. She gets a lot of back pats in her urban, liberal locker room but finds out later the stadium isnt cheering her on.

  • August 4, 2018 at 8:33 am

    Hate is an emotion that normally is driven by having been persecuted PERSONALLY by another. To hate someone or some race is illogical and yet people claim to hate races of people without the provocation that would underlie such an emotion. It must be remembered that hate is a negative emotion and does nothing for the person that believes it nor does it really do anything to the people or race that are the object of such hate.

    What you have then is someone like Ms. Jeong, who have decided to hate white people for personal expediency. In other words, she is doing this to advance a personal agenda and not out of any concrete reasoning. If Ms. Jeong could offer any fact based reasons for her hate the discussion could advance and a solution to any legitimate claims could be created. Instead, she uses her purported hate to gain approval from minority groups apparently to gain credibility. problem is her position is not credible to begin with.

    The left is full of political actors who claim various things all of which are based on lies or completely made up. They do this to add an aura of legitimacy to their portrayal of the character they are playing. All of this is political theater. Made up. Over the top characterizations of people purportedly discriminating against others when there is no truth to support such critical presumptions.

    The media is both actor and also production so they can take any notion and make it into a meme in a heartbeat. All of this is a disservice to the American People who deserve a fair representation of the truth. Sadly, truth is a rare commodity in politics.

  • August 4, 2018 at 4:08 pm

    Sooo, she has no problem taking a white Western name like Sarah, or changing her hair color to be Westernized, or work at a Western “news” agency.

  • August 4, 2018 at 4:43 pm

    On the other hand, an Asian Daisy Duke might be nice?

  • August 4, 2018 at 5:41 pm

    What is more cruel developing in such a hatred character, then being aborted?

  • August 5, 2018 at 11:16 am

    I don’t know much about David Duke but from what little i’ve heard, he just wants people to be able to choose who they hang with and is an advocate for white rights. I see nothing at all wrong with that. If anyone quotes him differently, like spewing hateful rhetoric towards blacks like that dumb bitch did toward whites, i’ll be happy to change my mind.

    Because of that, i resent calling her the david duke blah, blah.

    • August 5, 2018 at 1:35 pm

      Just a suggestion:
      If you want to defend someone, it’s probably not the best course of action to preface said defense with “I don’t know much about him, but…”

  • August 6, 2018 at 2:34 pm

    That thing hates white men because she has never had one . Any self respecting white man would run from it

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