Too much karma
A rather unusual fake "hate crime" in Spokane.
(Fake "hate crime" is redundant, of course, since the concept itself is fake and 99.999999% of the supposed examples turn out to be self-inflicted frauds.)
This one isn't as aggravating as most. It has been properly exposed, the perp has been arrested, and karma will take care of justice.
Two Chinese sisters had been running an espresso kiosk. Last week they reported a small burned spot on the building and some spray-painted graffiti: "Go back to China." The writing had a distinctly Chinese flavor to the strokes, so I was immediately sure of the fakeness.
Lots of smarmy liberals made a big point of buying lots of coffee at the stand, to make the sisters feel welcome, which they were already.
Now the cops have arrested one of the sisters for 2nd degree arson, and have stated clearly and firmly that the whole thing was fake. Both actions are welcome and rare.
Usually the perp gets away with fraud because Die-Versity Rules All.
The cops didn't need to guess by the shape of the writing; the kiosk's own security tapes showed the sister doing the burning and painting!
Karma, but maybe too much karma. Those smarmy liberals will now feel cheated, and will gain a dislike for Chinese people, though they won't admit it. This dislike will be unfair.
I don't like Chinese people either, but I understand that the 'China problem' has nothing to do with the character of China's population.
We have two separate problems with China, both of which are PURELY caused by American traitors.
One problem is China's intense and all-encompassing 30-year-long espionage in universities, industries and government. This wouldn't have been possible if our universities, industries and government had been properly cautious. When you are penetrated by people who obviously and openly come from a hostile country,
and who obviously and openly state their intention to steal your technology,
it's absolutely your own fucking fault and your own fucking treason. Entirely different from the earlier Soviet subversion, which was much more subtle and secret, and was mainly performed ... both wittingly and unwittingly ... by Americans.
The bigger problem is outsourcing. Again China didn't force American corporate traitors to move jobs overseas. It just made factories cheap, convenient and available to all takers. Again compare with an earlier situation: Around 1950, European factory workers were highly skilled, desperately available and starvingly cheap. But American corporations chose not to commit treason. Those jobs stayed in America.