Posted On: Tuesday - March 23rd 2021 7:32PM MST
In Topics:   Media Stupidity
The Lyin' Press is apparently still working their Whites hate Orientals narrative, which they hope to get, what, a months worth of infotainment out of. Is the Kung Flu PanicFest losing Nielsen rating points? No problem with that, as we can roll it into this one. That's a point for another post.
As I wrote in the comments under the previous post, commenter PeterIke wrote what was to to be most of this post. As I speculated about the possible conspiracy that could be behind the extremely timely Atlanta massage parlor shootings (for the Lyin' Press, that is), it did occur to me that this wasn't THE perfect incident, as 2 out of the 8 victims were NOT Oriental. Why would you set up something and have that happens? Could it be to throw conspiracy theorists off your trail? That's going down a rabbit hole, I think.
Who knows, but PeterIke explains that the Lyin' Press can pick and choose the stories from all over this big country that go along with their narrative and leave the huge number of not-so-narrative-compliant stories alone.
Here''s his comment, verbatim:
It's a big country. There's always incidents of all kinds going on. The media decides what becomes "important" to the narrative.
Imagine if the narrative was "whites being attacked by blacks." They could have hysterical, 24x7 coverage every day of the year with a hundred incidents a day. But they have none whatsoever.
Now this guy could be some kind of CIA stooge, and I wouldn't doubt it. But it could also just be some "good luck" for the narrative engineers.
In any case, the real story is the massive sex trafficking and sex slavery of these "massage parlors." A story that never raises higher than local coverage. Asian lives, like black lives, really don't matter. What matters is attacking whites.
I also wrote this in the comments, but let me add it here, something about the sex trafficking etc. After all, if you're going to fill up your 24/7 infotainment time, you could use that juicy story about the massage therapists, what they do, what a "happy ending" means (sex sells, right?), etc. Nope, but that works against another big narrative they've been yarning up, which is "DIVERSITY UBER ALLES!" Yes, the sex angle is part of the story in terms of the motivation of Mr. Long. "Nope, can't use it", say the Lyin' Press execs, cause:
1) Sex trafficking, per the airline companies anyway, is about anyone, white guys, black women ... It could be just ANYONE, so be on the look-out! Of course, those of us who read a little bit know that it's Hispanics bringing people into the country, •Indians importing their personal slaves, and, yes, lots of this shady illegal alien indentured servitude or indentured sex servitude. This Oriental sex thing being such a huge widespread business ruins the narrative, hence "nuh uhh, can't touch that stuff..."
2) Along with that is the illegal immigration angle. If the Lyin' Press brings up this big story, American might realize that Hispanics aren't the only huge group of illegal aliens living in this country. (Sure, Hispanics must be a large majority, but I'd guess 30 million to a couple of million.)
So, they can't touch this stuff. Well, if you read comments here, this post is nothing new, so I apologize for that. The next one will be from some unz comments, so possibly nothing new too, but it'll be related to this same story. Now, we have that Boulder shooting that is not at all working out well for the Lyin' Press, once it turned out that the murderer had a last name with a punctuation mark in it. Nope, not a white guy - "shut it down, guys, we got nuthin'"