Sum Ting Wong

Dec 11, 2015 by

by David Cole –

According to CBS’ L.A. affiliates, neighbors of Muslim mass murderers Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik noticed some very suspicious things going on at the couple’s apartment in the days and weeks leading to the horrific massacre that took fourteen lives, but they chose not to report anything, for fear of being labeled “racist.”

As Yoda might have said had he taught racial-sensitivity courses instead of Jedi training, “Conditioned well they are.” Political correctness wins again. Fourteen innocent lives lost, but at least no one was racist. I’m hardly being facetious. To the PC crowd, “racism” is worse than murder, and any outcome that ends in death rather than racism is considered a positive one. It takes decades of training to create a population as frightened to death of appearing racist as whites in the West are today. This kind of thing doesn’t just happen overnight. As Rodgers and Hammerstein phrased it (in a different context), “You’ve got to be carefully taught.”

Back in 1997, I was living with a young lady named Sarah. Sarah was an up-and-coming actress. She was very bright, and very observant. Sadly, she was also Canadian. She had grown up during the “boom” years of the Canadian antiracist witch hunts (Zündel, Ross, Keegstra, etc.). These were headline-grabbing events in that nation all throughout the 1980s. The government’s message was clear—be a white racist, go to jail (and “racism,” of course, is whatever the government tells you it is).

“Reporting something suspicious about anyone darker than Edgar Winter is a hazardous endeavor, and average citizens know it.”


Source: Sum Ting Wong – Taki’s Magazine

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.