Monday, October 7, 2013

All the News that's Politically Correct

It's amazing how much the TV newspeople can talk without telling you anything.  And when they do tell you something, it's all too often misleading, like the "White Hispanic" designation they hung on Zimmerman and are still sticking to.

The latest example of this is the constant mention of the biker gang attack on the motorist without giving any information to speak of. Mainly, they leave out any ethnic descriptions of anybody, which is skipping the most interesting part of the whole deal.  Now, if you just say "biker gang," most of us automatically visualize a bunch of White guys, right?  Then came Bronson, Peter Fonda, yadda yadda yadda.  "Biker" is practically an ethnic term all by itself in popular usage, said bikers being a Hegelian synthesis of the hippies and hardhats of the Sixties.  Think about it awhile. Anyhow, from the news reports, for all we know, it could have been a gang of Japanese teenage girls.  I had to say that to justify the illustration.

Well, this biker gang was apparently not White at at all, and the victim of the attack not what you'd expect either.  As always, if you want to know what really happened, you go to Nicholas Stix.   He writes:

New York: Wife of Alexian Lien, Victim of Racist Biker Attack: “We were Placed in Grave Danger by a Mob of Reckless and Violent Motorcyclists”

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Previously, on this crime, at WEJB/NSU:

“The Wild Ones: Racist Brown and Black Motorcycle Gang Hollywood Stuntz Terrorized NYC All Summer; PC Ray Kelly Ordered the NYPD to Stand Down, but Eventually was Shamed into Making Two Arrests, After Gang Attacked Asian Family in Manhattan, Taped and Uploaded Video to Youtube, and Spread Lie Claiming that the Vic Had Killed a Gang Member”; and

“New York: Racist Biker Attack Becomes Affirmative Action Law Enforcement and Media Scandal! At Least Five Gang Members were Off-Duty NYPD Cops, While Others were Off-Duty Correctional Officers; No Wonder the NYPD was Giving Them Carte Blanche All Summer! Meanwhile, ABC News Blames Victim for Attack.”]


Alexian Lien’s wife, Rosalyn Ng, released this statement through the family’s lawyers:

Our plan last Sunday was to celebrate our wedding anniversary by having a nice family day out with our two-year-old daughter. Unfortunately, instead, we were placed in grave danger by a mob of reckless and violent motorcyclists.

Our sympathies go out to the injured motorcyclist and his family. However, we were faced with a life-threatening situation, and my husband was forced under the circumstances to take the actions that he did in order to protect the lives of our entire family. Our fear for our lives was confirmed when the incident ended with the ruthless and brutal attack on my husband, me, and, most importantly, our two-year-old child. We know in our hearts that we could not have done anything differently, and we believe that anyone faced with this sort of grave danger would have taken the same course of action in order to protect their family.

We would like to thank the brave citizens who risked their own safety to intervene on our behalf. They truly helped save our lives and prevented my husband from suffering further injury. We also appreciate and are moved by the outpouring of love and support so many have expressed here in New York and around the country.

We would ask that the public and the media to respect our privacy at this difficult time and allow my husband to recover from his injuries. From here on forward we would ask that any further inquiries regarding this unfortunate incident be directed to our lawyers Nicholas J. Massimo and Frank C. Panetta.

And that's just one blog post. For the whole story, go HERE and scroll down and read several of his blog posts about this incident.  And keep going back every day, like I do.

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