“White Supremacist Thinking”: San Fran School Board Vice President Under Fire For Allegedly Anti-Asian Tweets

We previously discussed the controversial position of Alison Collins, Vice President of the San Francisco school board, in her campaign against meritocracy and effort to shut down the gifted programs at Lowell High School.  The Asian community was particularly opposed to Collins’ efforts since Asian students composed 29 percent of the students but 51 percent of the Lowell student body. Now Collins is under fire for prior tweets attacking Asians as promoting “the ‘model minority’ BS” and of using “white supremacist thinking to assimilate and ‘get ahead.’”

These do not appear recent tweets but their content is obviously insulting for any Asian American. The Yahoo News story included such tweets as accusing “many Asian American Ts, Ss, and Ps” — teachers, students, and parents — of promoting “the ‘model minority’ BS” and of using “white supremacist thinking to assimilate and ‘get ahead.’” It also include a demand to know “[w]here are the vocal Asians speaking up against Trump?” and statements on how Asians are deluding themselves by not speaking out against former president Donald Trump: “Don’t Asian Americans know they are on his list as well?” Collins continued. “Do they think they won’t be deported? profiled? beaten? Being a house n****r is still being a n****r. You’re still considered “the help.”

While the use of the censored version of the “n word” has led to calls to terminate academics, I do not believe that such objections are fair in this or the prior cases. Indeed, this controversy should not take away from the campaign against meritocracy and the effort to eliminate programs for advanced or gifted students in the public school system. As I have previously discussed, I long been a supporter of public schools.  These advanced programs are needed to maintain broad, diverse, and vibrant school systems for cities like San Francisco.

Race politics seems a focus on every level in the school system, even in the regulation of student elections. Likewise, the controversy in San Francisco follows another controversy in Los Angeles where United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) Cecily Myart-Cruz has also criticized “Middle Eastern” parents in joining “white parents” in seeking school re-openings.  The UTLA was criticized after Maryam Qudrat, a mother of Middle Eastern descent, was asked by the UTLA to identify her race after criticizing the union’s opposition to reopening schools despite overwhelming science that it is safe. This effort to racially classify critics of the teachers followed Myart-Cruz attacking critics by referring to their race:

“Some voices are being allowed to speak louder than others. We have to call out the privilege behind the largely White wealthy parents driving the push for a rushed return. Their experience of this pandemic is not our students’ families’ experiences.”

The remarks of school board and teacher union officials clearly fuel racial tensions and divisions at at time when the public schools are facing enormous challenges. For Asian families (constituting roughly a third of the families in the San Fran school system), the remarks of Collins are legitimately unsettling as they fight for the educational advancement of their children. It is precisely the opposite of what most of us seek in our public school systems as a synthesis of different cultures and races. While districts like San Francisco prioritized renaming schools in the middle of a pandemic (until recently being forced to suspend the effort), families simply want to maintain an educational system with a focus on academic excellence and advancement.

As I have previously discussed, many of us still believe in a diverse and thriving public school system. Growing up in Chicago during the massive flight of white families from the public school system, I remained in public schools for much of my early education. My parents organized a group to convince affluent families remain in the system. They feared that, once such families left, the public schools would not only lose diversity but political clout and support. They also wanted their kids to benefit from such diversity. My wife and I also believe in that cause and we have kept our four kids in public schools through to college.  We believe public education plays a key role in our national identity and civics. They shape our next generation of citizens.  My children have benefitted greatly from public schools and the many caring and gifted teachers who have taught them through the years.

I hope that San Francisco parents of all races can prevail in seeking to refocus the school system on educational advancement. We have too much at stake for our kids and our country if parents allow this type of reckless and insulting rhetoric to lead them to abandon our public school systems.

93 thoughts on ““White Supremacist Thinking”: San Fran School Board Vice President Under Fire For Allegedly Anti-Asian Tweets”

  1. Here is more anti-Asian “white supremacy”. Seems like Ying Ma’s tormentors in the Oakland ghetto weren’t “white”, but I’m sure some good, morally superior leftist can explain how white people and/or Donald Trump were responsible.

    antonio

    Chinese Girl in the Ghetto by Ying Ma

    As China opens itself to the world and undertakes historic economic reforms, a little girl in the southern city of Guangzhou immerses herself in a world of fantasy and foreign influences while grappling with the mundane vagaries of Communist rule. She happily immigrates to Oakland, California, expecting her new life to be far better in all ways than life in China. Instead, she discovers crumbling schools, unsafe streets, and racist people. In the land of the free, she comes of age amid the dysfunction of a city’s brokenness and learns to hate in the shadows of urban decay. This is the unforgettable story of her journey from China to an American ghetto, and how she prevailed. “Direct and unvarnished, this book describes the endless possibilities of a free society that allows its citizens to chart their own destiny. Ying Ma takes her readers to dark corners where poverty, crime, and racism reign, all the while reminding us that even amid a sea of hate, individuals can choose to believe in kindness, decency, personal responsibility, and racial equality.” — Ward Connerly, Founder and President, American Civil Rights Institute, and author, Creating Equal: My Fight Against Race Preferences “A beautiful account of a young girl’s encounter with the insidiousness of authoritarianism in China and the tragedies of inner-city America. Ying Ma boldly details some of the worst imperfections of American society, all the while showing, with her own example, why freedom is worth choosing.” — Xiao Qiang, Adjunct Professor, University of California at Berkeley, and Founder and Editor-in-Chief, China Digital Times

  2. “Whiteness,” or those values and social constructs & cultures peculiar to societies predominately instituted by Caucasian populations commonly referred to as “the Western tradition,” has a unparalleled record of achievement & success, while “blackness” has just the opposite. In the current melanin worship fad, the worshipers would have us switch from the successful to the failures. Does not make sense. Like all fads, this one will be over and done soon.

    “Whiteness” has gained privilege as a result of achievement and merit. If Asians have bought in to also achieve by adopting successful “whiteness” methodology that puts them ahead of the game that the blind school board member is too foolish to see.

  3. A rare reasonable and context-rich comment on the public school system. Without it, we’re in even worse trouble than we are now. The divisiveness of the one group mattering more than another, the constant identity politics, divert our attention from seeking excellence in education. In fact, that word, “Excellence”, has been replaced with “Diverse” in mission statements across the country.
    Put it back in.

    1. Diversity of individuals, minority of one, is a step forward.

      Diversity [dogma] (i.e. color judgments), not limited to racism, generally class-based, that deny individual dignity, deny individual conscience, deny intrinsic value, normalize color blocs (e.g. people of color, people of white), color quotas, and affirmative discrimination…. well, unqualified monotonic change (“progress”): one step forward, two steps backward.

  4. America’s First Reparations Experiment a Complete Disaster as Black Recipients Complain $25,000 Payments Are Not Enough

    https://www.westernjournal.com/americas-first-reparations-experiment-complete-disaster-black-recipients-complain-25000-payments-not-enough/

    No amount will ever be enough.

    And to all of you virtue signaling white leftists who really want blacks to like them…

    They hate you too despite your best efforts.

    And waiving your “good white” card while being attacked in a game of polar bear hunting will do you no good; but at least you can take comfort in knowing that you aren’t a racist. Maybe if you had only done more…

    antonio

    1. I hope you understand that you linked to an op-ed, not a news story.

      “They hate you too despite your best efforts.”

      BS. I’m white, but most people in my household are Black. They don’t hate me, even though you apparently really wish they did.

        1. @deguello

          I strongly encourage anonymous to go into the hood with pictures of his black family members as a “virtue signal” to show he isn’t like those other nasty, deplorable whites. What could possibly go wrong?

          antonio

          1. I have no desire to engage in virtue signaling. Do you it yourself, since you advocate it.

        1. There is no quote in the article indicating that “that’s not enough” is anyone’s words but the author’s.

          Maybe it’s on the Evanston Rejects Racist Reparations Facebook page. I don’t have a Facebook account, so I can’t access it.

        2. Correction: I was able to access the Facebook page a different way and a text search on “enough” still didn’t turn up a statement that it’s “not enough.” The concern seems to be more about who is eligible and the form of the reparations.

    2. Americans, when they had the opportunity, did not take a knee, but stood up to slavery and diversity. Reparations were made in an unprecedented sacrifice of blood and treasure. “Our Posterity” stands up to diversity dogmatists (e.g. racists) past, present, and progressive.

    3. The problems of African were caused by Africans.

      Have the descendants of the African tribal chiefs, who sold the Africans to the Arab slave traders, who sold them to the British shippers, who sold them to the British planters, cut a check.
      _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

      Lincoln’s Support for Resettlement

      Lincoln’s ideological mentor was Henry Clay, the eminent American scholar, diplomat, and statesman. Because of his skill in the US Senate and House of Representatives, Clay won national acclaim as the “Great Compromiser” and the “Great Pacificator.” A slave owner who had humane regard for Blacks, he was prominent in the campaign to resettle free Blacks outside of the United States, and served as president of the American Colonization Society. Lincoln joined Clay’s embryonic Whig party during the 1830s. In an address given in 1858, Lincoln described Clay as “my beau ideal of a statesman, the man for whom I fought all of my humble life.”14

      The depth of Lincoln’s devotion to Clay and his ideals was expressed in a moving eulogy delivered in July 1852 in Springfield, Illinois. After praising Clay’s lifelong devotion to the cause of Black resettlement, Lincoln quoted approvingly from a speech given by Clay in 1827: “There is a moral fitness in the idea of returning to Africa her children,” adding that if Africa offered no refuge, Blacks could be sent to another tropical land. Lincoln concluded:15

      If as the friends of colonization hope, the present and coming generations of our countrymen shall by any means succeed in freeing our land from the dangerous presence of slavery, and, at the same time, in restoring a captive people to their long-lost fatherland, with bright prospects for the future, and this too, so gradually, that neither races nor individuals shall have suffered by the change, it will indeed be a glorious consummation.

      In January 1855, Lincoln addressed a meeting of the Illinois branch of the Colonization Society. The surviving outline of his speech suggests that it consisted largely of a well-informed and sympathetic account of the history of the resettlement campaign.16

      In supporting “colonization” of the Blacks, a plan that might be regarded as a “final solution” to the nation’s race question, Lincoln was upholding the views of some of America’s most respected figures.

      – Robert Morgan

  5. “My children have benefitted greatly from public schools and the many caring and gifted teachers who have taught them through the years.”

    I believe in the public school system myself, but it has failed the black and hispanic community in NYC along with most kids across the nation. Charter schools have given these young minds a chance and offer knowledge to public school administrators as to how the public school system can be improved.

    Though I went to public schools, I finally pulled my own children out and placed them in private schools when half the time in the public school class was punishment for all when only one or two students caused the problem.

  6. The leftist agenda is to divide Asian-Americans from conservatives and Republicans, because Asian-Americans can no longer deny that the entire system (which is run by the leftists now) is AGAINST Asian-Americans.

    1. I’m surprised no mention in all these comments about the quota system against Asians in higher echelon schools. Affirmative Action for “diverse” groups takes precedent.

      1. I graduated from an Ivy League university, and the most significant affirmative action is for the children of alumni, especially alumni who donate. Back in my day (and perhaps still), they were called “legacies.”

        1. https://www.collegetransitions.com/dataverse/colleges-that-consider-legacy-status

          “For example, the admission rate for Harvard legacies is over five times that of non-legacies. College Transitions’ list below of which colleges consider legacy status will inform you as to whether “keeping it in the family” will actually provide you with an advantage at your prospective schools.

          *Data collected from institution websites and Common Data Set (CDS) forms.

          Table updated August 2019.”

  7. Now Collins is under fire for prior tweets attacking Asians as promoting “the ‘model minority’ BS” and of using “white supremacist thinking to assimilate and ‘get ahead.’”

    The left is exposing its racist agenda.

  8. Forget it Jon, the horse has long since left the barn. This kind of crap is going to continue. Hopefully, the various minority groups will start fighting among themselves to the point of marginalization.

  9. So now we have a “Middle Eastern” parents/”White” parents alliance? This is Racial Derangement Syndrome.

    BTW does anyone recall the quotas on admission of Jews to medical schools starting around the early 20th century?

    This isn’t new, except for one extremely dangerous addition: equality through dumbing down. Too many Asians in the advanced curriculum? Don’t bother with quotas just abolish the racist concept of advanced education for advanced students. Substitute the SAT with nebulous impossible-to-define criteria like “intellectual curiosity “.

    Any minority group member who dares to defy the woke agenda is accused of being a traitor trying to piggyback on “White Supremacy” such as Sagar Sharma, or in this case, Asians in general. Even POC are being labeled White supremacists. Be careful. You might end up cannibalizing the very people you claim to represent.

    During the quarantine I’ve watched a lot of comedy specials. I have noticed that Black comedians spew the “n-word” (how infantile is that term?) everywhere, even when talking about their wives and children. When used by Blacks it’s just a semantic blank but heaven help the non-Black person who utters the word. How come that principle, of all the possible principles, is immune to White Privilege? Seems to me it’s an exclusive Black Privilege that even their fellow POC are forbidden to exercise.

    Most of the country isn’t buying this crap. You don’t hear much from the unwoken because they don’t want to poke the bear. They have actual lives to lead without being vilified in the media.

  10. I got 50 bucks that says when ol’ Alison here has a massive coronary she’ll go straight into White Supremist mode if given a choice and reject the Black heart surgeon who rode the affirmative action train through med school and recieved his trophy degree barely making C’s for the brilliant Asian guy who got into medical school at age 13 and maintained a 4.0 while founding 4 start ups in his spare time.

  11. “Scapegoating” White Americans Again. The VP has finally given White American’s a term to use and identify the injustice against White American’s. Call it out and call it what it is: “Scapegoat theory refers to the tendency to blame someone else for one’s own problems, a process that often results in feelings of prejudice toward the person or group that one is blaming. Scapegoating serves as an opportunity to explain failure or misdeeds, while maintaining one’s positive self-image.”

  12. “promoting ‘the ‘model minority’ BS’ and of using ‘white supremacist thinking to assimilate and ‘get ahead.’”

    That’s the lede.

    She’s spouting the vicious notion that a desire for knowledge and academic excellence, which are well-known in the Asian community, is “acting white.” So, then, “acting black” means what? — a desire for ignorance and failure? With “leaders” like that, it’s no wonder that some blacks do not value education or intelligence.

  13. Unionized goons running the asylum any way any how they please for politics and race baiting. Mr Turley I at one time thought as you still do about public education. With unionized teachers whom have serious cognitive issues coupled with political dogma they ooze like an open puss filled wound I personally do not see how our society recovers from this organized substandard bent. It only takes a percentage of unionized teachers to rule the roost as a jaunta and thus it has been , and worse yet. These teachers unions pushing wokeism , pitting any race they can to go after “whitey”…. victim hood in the name of their ’cause’. So much for teaching eh. This is the putrid system of indoctrination the left has wanted and it’s rabidly holding the steering wheel of this bus in that ditch.
    In a normal world this woman should have been canned…sent packing in disgrace. Ah but unionization prevents this common sense , let alone cleaning house of “people” that play the politics of indoctrination over teaching our youth.

    1. She’s on the school board. She isn’t a SFUSD teacher and is not protected by the SF teachers union.

  14. If people continue to vote for “representatives” like this, then they deserve what they get. Elections do indeed have consequences

    1. To quote H.L. Mencken: “Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard.”

  15. The more they falsely apply the “racism” and “white supremacist” arguments, the more they’re telling us that this whole “movement” is built on very thin ground. If US journalists had any guts, they’d start asking for data. We know objectively that some groups do better academically than others, but instead of jumping to the “racism” conclusion, let’s start seeing some studies on the “Why.” Asian parents push their kids to succeed, and that’s one reason they excel in school — hard work and discipline. Can the same be said of other groups? We need the studies, not the rhetoric. Dumbed-down teachers are just giving dumbed-down answers and fueling the “woke” misinformaiton.

  16. Way to dredge up irrelevancies from the past, Counsellor. For the record, a campaign for equity is not a campaign against merotocracy.

  17. Prof. Turley, the horses are already out of the barn and it will be hard to get them back in. The public schools system is not as it was when you were in attendance or even when your children were. Schools have become laboratories of social engineering rather than teaching the three Rs. People think this is only applicable to the liberal, coastal, enclaves but it is steadily creeping into the schools of generally conservative districts as well. Is the reason the unions fight so hard to get rid of charter schools really about controlling the type of “education” children receive?

  18. Well said, Professor Turley.

    I hope this person is up for re-election or a recall succeeds. She is ideologically possessed. May sane, rational, pragmatic people who care about meritocracy rise to replace her.

  19. At the moment there is an attempt by the left to try to gather Asian support against Republicans and whites in general and to make it seem as if Democrats and POC are in the same corner as Asians in the current race battle. The left has been the most aggressive enemy of Asian people for decades with the effort even gaining steam recently. As Asians gain more and more seats at the better colleges and high schools the movement of leftists has been to fight them at every opportunity. The left demands that “standards” be eliminated…because Asians excel in education and dominate seats at the table, which they do through hard work, effort and family structure. This is how Jewish people were discriminated against for decades.

    Now as for crime, the current rage of the left against whites due to a horrific murder spree in Atlanta. The Asian people know that it is not white people that attack them most often. The Asian people know that it is not white people attack their old folks in the street. The Asian people know that it is not white middle class people that burn their stores. It is Black people attacking them (feel free to check out DOJ stats) and it is Black people and upper class white people that burn their stores in street riots.

    The Left is worried that Republicans are gaining among Latino voters and Asian voters and this is a pathetic attempt to staunch the bleeding of minority support for non-liberal candidates.

    1. Well said. I would like to add that blaming racism (an external factor) for every problem in the black community very conveniently avoids having to investigate the real root of problems like low academic achievment and crime — the community itself.

    2. “feel free to check out DOJ stats”

      Don’t tell people to do your work for you. Link to the statistics that you think back up your claims, and let’s see if your claims are true or false.

      1. Anonymous, it is I who will not do your work for you. Nice try shifting the burden on to me, but most of us are familiar with the DOJ’s crime stats ad it is almost to the point where it is just plainly KNOWN.

        It is also odd that you don’t seem to have an argument against my point, only a complaint that I didn’t provide a link.

        PS. As an older guy, and a less technical person you should be aware that I don’t provide links because I don’t know how to provide a link. We didn’t do such things when I GRADUATED LAW SCHOOL. Now back to you for another ad hominem attack signifying nothing.

        1. YOU are the one who made the claim, and YOU are the one with the burden of proof for YOUR claim.

          It’s not my work! It’s yours. If you don’t want to provide evidence for your claim, OK, then it’s just an unproved claim.

          “I don’t know how to provide a link.”

          You are capable of learning. All you have to do is go to the webpage you’re referring to, copy the URL at the top of the page (URL = Uniform Resource Locator = the webpage address), and paste it into your comment.

          For example, this page — https://www.justice.gov/hatecrimes/hate-crime-statistics — provides some hate crime statistics, but it doesn’t confirm what you claimed. Again, it’s YOUR job, not mine, to back up YOUR claim.

          “back to you for another ad hominem attack ”

          I haven’t engaged in an ad hom attack on you.

          1. Again, nice try. The “claim” I am making is almost empirical at this point. Also again, you don’t actually rebut my point. You say the person making the argument has the burden, well then MAKE A POINT! Are you saying that attacks on Asians are being committed more by whites than Blacks? Well are you? Because it is not true and I will NOT give you a link. It is COMMON KNOWLEDGE and there is no link needed for what everyone knows. Well everyone other than lairs, racists and partisan hacks…which are you…if not all three?

            1. “The “claim” I am making is almost empirical at this point.”

              “almost empirical” doesn’t even make sense; something is either empirical or it isn’t.

              Either your claim is true and can be backed up with empirical data, or it’s false or unknown and can’t be backed up with empirical data. Until you present some data, we don’t know what category it falls into.

              “you don’t actually rebut my point.”

              I’m not trying to rebut your point. I’m trying to find out whether your claim is true. YOU made the claim, and YOU have the burden of proof for it.

              “MAKE A POINT!”

              Asking you to back up your claim IS a point!

              “Are you saying that attacks on Asians are being committed more by whites than Blacks?”

              I wouldn’t make that claim because I don’t know. YOU said “The Asian people know that it is not white people that attack them most often. The Asian people know that it is not white people attack their old folks in the street. The Asian people know that it is not white middle class people that burn their stores. It is Black people attacking them (feel free to check out DOJ stats) and it is Black people and upper class white people that burn their stores in street riots.” and I’M saying: prove it!

              “It is COMMON KNOWLEDGE”

              I wouldn’t be surprised if a lot of people believe it, but it’s only knowledge if it’s true, and you haven’t shown it to be true. If you’re asked to substantiate a claim you made, you have the burden of proof for it, even if it’s common knowledge. It’s actually especially easy to present evidence for common knowledge. (You want me to give you evidence that the Earth revolves around the Sun? Tell you what: you present proof of what you claimed, quoted above, and I’ll present proof that the Earth revolves around the Sun.)

              “lairs, racists and partisan hacks…which are you”

              Drop the insults, they’re counterproductive.

              1. “I wouldn’t make that claim because I don’t know.”

                https://www.bjs.gov/content/pub/pdf/cv18.pdf

                “27.5% of all violent crimes against Asian Americans in 2018 were committed by black people”

                “White criminals and Asian criminals each accounted for 24.1% of all attacks on Asians”

                It completely debunks the false narrative that “white supremacy” and “domestic terrorism” have anything to do with crimes perpetrated against Asian Americans.

                So now you know.

                1. Thanks.

                  “27.5% of all violent crimes against Asian Americans in 2018 were committed by black people” tells us that your previous claim “the vast majority of violence committed against Asians is done by black perpetrators” is false.

                  As you said, “So now you know.”

              2. “Asking you to back up your claim IS a point!”

                Anonymous the Stupid it is a point that is pointless. Let’s hear your alternative view before everyone spends time proving you wrong. Let’s see if you know what you are talking about. All you are doing is adding more Stupid to Anonymous the Stupid.

                1. S(tupid) Meyer posts a comment as “Anonymous” @ 12:40 PM.

                  Meyer’s middle name isn’t “stupid,” but rather his first. His parents decided to put it front and center where it belongs. He is the one and only “Anonymous the Stupid.”

                  Stupid Meyer is “Anonymous the Stupid.”

                  1. Anonymous the Stupid, your point on the discussion is?

                    We know you can insult, but are you able to defend your position? Obviously not.

                    1. S(tupid) Meyer posts a comment as “Anonymous” @ 12:40 PM, and another @ 3:33 PM

                      Meyer’s middle name isn’t “stupid,” but rather his first. His parents decided to put it front and center where it belongs. He is the one and only “Anonymous the Stupid.”

                      Stupid Meyer is “Anonymous the Stupid.”

                    2. Anonymous the Stupid, stop complaining and whining all the time. You are a grown man, aren’t you? I chose to give my opinion. If you don’t like it, too bad. If you don’t want to hear more, don’t respond.

                      If you feel you are being misinterpreted then make sure you write clearly and for goodness sakes, stop lying and twisting everything into a pretzel.

              1. “~75% of the attacks against Asians were committed by whites.”

                From the article you cited:

                When offender-related variables are compared, significant differences emerge in the race of offenders. Compared to hate crimes against African Americans, hate crimes against Asian Americans are more likely to be committed by non-White offenders (b = 3.60. exp.(b) = 36.72) than White offenders.

                75% is therefore impossible.

                1. No, it’s not impossible.

                  You’d understand that if you looked more closely at the data.

                  In the data they analyzed, 1% of the hate crimes against African Americans were committed by non-whites, and 25% of the hate crimes against Asian Americans were committed by non-whites. 25% is much larger than 1%. They’ve worded it a bit ambiguously by adding “than White offenders,” but it’s clear when you read it in combination with the data tables.

                    1. Actually, math is one of my strong suits. It’s highly likely that I’ve studied more math than you have.

                      I said “In their data, ~75% of the attacks against Asians were committed by whites.” That appears in Table 1 (column: Anti-Asian %, line: Offender race: Non-white). I also said “1% of the hate crimes against African Americans were committed by non-whites.” That also appears in Table 1 (column: Anti-Black %, line: Offender race: Non-white). I hope you don’t need an explanation for “25% is much larger than 1%,” but if you do, let me know.

                      Do you understand why you misinterpreted what they meant in the sentence you quoted (it could have been worded more clearly), or do you need more of an explanation?

                    2. Correction: for “In their data, ~75% of the attacks against Asians were committed by whites,” That appears in Table 1 (column: Anti-Asian %, line: Offender race: White).

                      ~25% of the attacks against Asians were committed by non-whites; this appears in Table 1 (column: Anti-Asian %, line: Offender race: Non-White).

                    3. “I said “In their data, ~75% of the attacks against Asians were committed by whites.” That appears in Table 1 (column: Anti-Asian %, line: Offender race: Non-white).”

                      I think you intended to type “Offender race = White” in your second sentence.

                      This is to Anon @ 4:22 PM.

                      Thanks for the article.

                  1. To Anon @ 4:32 PM, yes, thanks for the correction. I’d realized that too and corrected it at 4:30.

              2. Knowing Anonymous the Stupid’s propensity for lying or not knowing what he read and cites, I took a 60 second look into this lengthy article and it didn’t seem it was going demonstrate what Anonymous the Stupid said. My next step was to do a word search for 75% which supposedly is part of the data in the article. That didn’t exist either.

                I can only conclude what I have proven many times before that Anonymous the STupid’s article doesn’t say what Anonymous the Stupid says. He quoted no passage from it because he likely couldn’t find one. I await his quote of such a passage so we can see what it really means.

                Unless he quotes the exact passage I think based on what I have seen this confirms Anonymous the Stupid is a Stupid liar and lazy piece of ####.

                1. “I can only conclude what I have proven many times before that Anonymous the STupid’s article doesn’t say what Anonymous the Stupid says. ”

                  So says the one and only Anonymous the Stupid (Stupid Meyer) @ 3:52 PM.

                  He’s a real piece of work.

                  1. Yes, he’s a real piece of work. He’s a troll, and I’ve decided to ignore him today (though you can clearly make your own choice about that).

                    1. “He’s a troll, and I’ve decided to ignore him today (though you can clearly make your own choice about that).”

                      Yep, he’s a troll and ignoring him is always a good decision.

                    2. ” He’s a troll, and I’ve decided to ignore him today”

                      This is Anonymous the Stupid coming out with his army of friends saying he would ignore me but before I posted this reply he had already gone after me 5 times.

                      That proves Anonymous the Stupid even lies about Stupid things yet can’t add proof to his contentions. The number of responses without additional explanation strongly indicate that Anonymous the Stupid is lying and knows he is lying. He doesn’t understand the numbers

                2. And…the proof is in the pudding, pal.

                  I guess you missed Table 1.

                  lol

                  This is to S.Meyer aka Anonymous the Stupid — the one and only…

                  And thanks to Anon @ 4:30 PM for proving this point, as well.

                  1. Anonymous the Stupid, neither the table nor your explanation proves the contrary argument is wrong. No matter how many times you post as a pretend friend agreeing with you that will not change the fact.

                    Go ahead and provide the variables for the numbers you are using along with the mathematics behind them. So far what I saw was unclear and I think conflated with others. That lack of clarity is not explained in the text.

                    You have a bad reputation for the truth so the ball is in your court or the court of one of your pretend friends. With no credibility your answer will have to be quite clear and not just a repetition of what you and all your pretend friends have said in multiple posts.

                  2. Anonymous the Stupid is using an article specifically focused on “hate crimes” to claim whites overwhelmingly harm Asians. I reject the category of “hate crimes” as inherently biased against whites. As we all know, many leftist prosecutors believe only whites can be guilty of such crimes, so it’s not surprising the “hate crime” percentages are 75% whites to 25% nonwhites.

                    When one looks at the category of all crimes committed against Asians, nonwhites are disproportionately guilty of such crimes. I point this out not because I want Asians to hate nonwhites. I point it out only because some Democrats are trying to get Asians to hate me.

                    Now let’s talk about the elephant in the room. Asians, sadly, overwhelmingly vote leftwing. How can I defend them if most of them want to cancel me? Nevertheless, I defend Asians because it is the right thing to do, but Asians themselves need to reflect on their own biases as a community.

                    Sorry, but it needed to be said.

                    1. Diogenes, that is why Anonymous the Stupid can only quote from a line that doesn’t define the parameters involved. HE doesn’t know sh!t

                    2. I’d be happy to discuss it with you, Diogenes, but not if you troll by calling multiple Anonymous commenters “Anonymous the Stupid.” Name-calling is counterproductive to discussion.

                    3. ” calling multiple Anonymous commenters “Anonymous the Stupid.” “

                      Anonymous the Stupid, there is only one Anonymous the Stupid and that one is you. You can’t stand the fact that you post so much and you need a pat on the back so almost all of those Anonymous the Stupid fellows on the blog are you. You just can’t face that fact.

                3. S. Meyer shows us how he thinks — or rather, how he doesn’t think, in his comment @ 3:52 pm.

                  What an idiot.

                  His comment tells readers all they need to know about this guy.

                  The only one who is “stupid” is S. Meyer.

                  1. That’s quite a comment.

                    Losses are wins — if you’re S. Meyer. He couldn’t find a simple number, but he chooses to blame someone else.

                    1. Anonymous the Stupid, you seem to think the quantity of Stupid comments makes your comments smarter. It doesn’t. You remain Anonymous the Stupid no matter how many comments you make.

                    2. And I see that he’s been marking his territory again, so to speak at 3:07, today.

                      The guy is completely nuts. Crazy, crazy, crazy…

                    3. Anonymous the Stupid, you seem to think the quantity of Stupid comments makes your comments smarter. It doesn’t. You remain Anonymous the Stupid no matter how many comments you make.

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