The Actual People Behind The Asian Hate Crimes

As we will see, this is nothing more than a talking point intended to get Asian Americans into the progressives’ victim group alliance, just like many of the fake “hate crimes” targeting Muslims after 9/11. What a shock: it’s all about politics.

The FBI’s definition of a “hate crime” varies from what was stated in many of these cases.

According to the FBI, a hate crime is “a standard offense like murder, arson, or vandalism with an additional factor of bias.”

“A hate crime is a ‘criminal offense against a person or property motivated in whole or in part by an offender’s prejudice against a race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender, or gender identity,’ according to the FBI. Hate is not a crime in and of itself, and the FBI is committed to safeguarding freedom of expression and other civil liberties.”

Nonetheless, the observed increase in “hate crimes” is likely to include a large number of minor events for which no motive can be determined. It’s unclear if anyone was singled out because of racism or whether the incident was merely an instance of rudeness or callousness, which many people experience on a daily basis.

Even if it is due to “bias” against people of Indo-European ancestry, when a white person is treated with rudeness, disrespect, name-calling, spitting, and so on, it is never recorded. In a country with 330 million people, this non-existent dataset ensures that recorded events are never fully contextualized.

Stop AAPI Hate, an organization that seeks to expose bigoted behavior against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, is an example of the flimsy allegations and shoddy data coding that are being reported to ostensibly substantiate that “hate crimes” are on the rise.

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The troubling nature of most ‘hate crime’ reporting is illustrated by a recent CBS News story on the stabbing of an Asian American man in New York, which is reminiscent of how news media uncritically replicate data from the hard-left activist Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).

The study falsely argues that “the stabbing comes amid a sharp increase in attacks against Asian Americans, both in New York and around the world, fueled in part by misinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic.” “Since the start of the pandemic, more than 3,000 hate crimes have occurred,” according to advocacy group Stop AAPI Hate.

Stop AAPI’s new study contains a slew of “incidents” that show that the blaring headlines about a rise in “hate crimes” are encompassing a wide range of incidents that do not qualify as horrific crimes like murder, arson, or attack.

The new study “covers the 3,795 cases received by the Stop AAPI Hate reporting center from March 19, 2020 to February 28, 2021,” according to the group:

The two most common types of incidents recorded are verbal abuse (68.1 percent) and shunning (20.5 percent) (i.e., the intentional exclusion of Asian Americans).
Physical attack is the third most common type of incident, accounting for 11.1 percent of all cases.
Civil rights abuses, such as workplace discrimination, service rejection, and transportation denial, account for 8.5 percent of all cases.
Online abuse accounts for 6.8% of all reported cases.

When you look at the most high-profile cases of suspected ‘hate crimes,’ you will note that the news-projected image of frustrated, Trump-supporting white men enraged by the ‘China virus’ does not match the profile.

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