Exposing Russian Hate
We report today on the horrifying case of Tang Quoc Binh, just the latest in a long string of barbaric lynchings that are sweeping Vladimir Putin’s Russia. We condemn not only the apelike clan of race murderers themselves but also those who fail to take any action to stop or even protest their crimes, and this includes the Russian government and the vast majority of Russia’s cowardly, craven, silent denizens.
An article last week in a West Virginia newspaper called The Journalrecounted how local resident Marina Yax was organizing a festival of Russian culture at the county library. Russia food was prepared, lectures on Russian culture were given, Russian crafts were for sale and there were presentations by various residents of Russian extraction regarding their family members and their history.
One presenter stated: “I think there is a little bit of a misunderstanding about Russia. There are similarities between the cultures in Russia and the U.S., and we have more in common than we think.”
Unfortunately, as with most things involving Russia, this well-intentioned exercise was tragically and fatally flawed. In fact, it should be counted as being among the best evidence there is of just how very different from Americans Russians really are.
That’s because, of course, there are no such festivals of American culture taking place in obscure Russian regions to prove to Russians that their own “misunderstandings” are false. Not only that, there are no reports in the Russian press about how open-minded Americans are studying and learning about Russian culture from Russians. Instead, government-controlled media only tells Russians that Americans are ignorant and aggressive monkeys who know nothing and care less about Russian culture.
In fact, of course, it’s the Russians who are the apes. Take this quote from the article for instance:
Vlada Cook, a native of Ukraine, was also at the festival and said she enjoyed all aspects of the festival, including the opportunity to meet new friends. “I am happy they can communicate and learn more about the Russian culture and language,” she said.
Just try to find a Russian who would believe that such a quote appears in a regular American newspaper. Then try to find such a quote from a comparable Russian publication.
The plain facts are that America is doing much to understand Russians, and Russians are doing nothing at all by way of reciprocation. Benighted by state-owned media and education establishments, Russians know far less about what America really is than Americans, who admittedly should know more, do about Russia.
Russia, as a result, is a seething cauldron of horrifically ignorant xenophobia which routinely manifests itself in outright lynchings of those foreigners who are easiest to identify. America is a relative paradise of diversity and tolerance, and for Russians to behave or suggest otherwise only goes how very far they must travel to reach the light of civilization.