Man asks woman in movie theater to stop talking on cell phone; her boyfriend stabs him in the neck
The story, from NBC Los Angeles, tells the race of the perpetrators, not of the victim. We have more on that below.
As you read the article, notice the language, both dainty and nonjudgmental, that NBC uses to describe what is pure savagery:
a drama that turned more lively than the one on the screen…In fact, the language is not merely nonjudgmental and understated (a man stabs a stranger in the neck because he “didn’t take kindly” to something he said?); it is approving. To describe a savage, unprovoked, violent assault on a human being as a “drama that turned more lively than the one on the screen” is to suggest something positive and entertaining about the event. And to say that the woman “didn’t take kindly to being ‘shushed’” implies that it was wrong to shush her. You don’t shush black people, don’t you know that? You gotta show respect!
Moviegoer Tells Woman to Stop Talking On Cell Phone, Gets Stabbed in the NeckLA to Mark Jaws:
I just wonder why the account I read gave the race of the perps, and not the victim.Mark Jaws replies:
Such reports normally do not give the victim’s race, unless the stabbing was racially motivated. We Truth Seekers normally have to dig for that information. While the victim was likely white, and these black savages flew into a rage after being asked to control their behavior, the more pertinent point is that regardless of whom they stabbed, these black males are a dangerous threat to our society, who fly of the handle at the slightest provocation.LA to Jim C.:
Have ou seen story that gives race of victim?Jim C. replies:
No, I’ll check it out—but everyone is a victim knowing predators are thriving at your local cineplexLA repiles:
Useful information, thanks.Jim C. writes:
Spoke to LA Sheriff’s Dept—vic was white male—when I suggested that they investigate it as a hate crime he got pi**ed off.Jim C. writes:
To me, this is the quintessential example of your majority-minority theorem. Why not take the ball to the hoop? Find out if case is being investigated as a hate crime. If not, why not. No arrests yet, so we’ll have too see how Los Angeles handles it.LA replies:
This does not appear to be what is considered a hate crime. It was spontaneous. He flew off the handle and attacked. And presumably he didn’t say or indicate anything about race.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at March 11, 2010 10:54 AM | Send