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March 17, 2021

The New Yellow Peril - Causes And Effects

The New York Times reports of a mass murdering of Asian people near Atlanta. Its front page summary says: "The motive for the killings was unclear."


However, the suspect, one Robert Aaron Long, does not leave much doubt about his motive.

via The Daily Mao - bigger

The guy thinks that China has covered up the source of the Covid virus and thus declared China to be "THE GREATEST EVIL OF OUR TIME".

One wonders how that "unclear motive" got planted into the dude's mind.


Could the 12.210 search results for "Wuhan lab" at the New York Times' website be related to it?

Or stuff like this?

U.S. Southern Command @Southcom - 14:11 UTC ยท Mar 16, 2021

#SOUTHCOM Commander Adm. Faller at #SASC: "The Chinese Communist Party, with its insidious & corrupt influence seeks regional & global economic dominance... #China is quickly growing its influence here in our hemisphere." @deptofdefense @theJointStaff

Posted by b on March 17, 2021 at 10:21 UTC | Permalink

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The complaint that b had been giving Trump too much of a free pass does have a ring of truth to it.

I have sorely missed on MoA a critical review of Trump's shady past and the web of dirty associations surrounding him. That would have debunked both conventional viewpoints pro and contra Trump as they have been promulgated in all media channels.

Posted by: Lurk | Mar 19 2021 19:46 utc | 201

foolisholdman | Mar 18 2021 19:22 utc | 170

... "Racism is the product of the Anglo-Saxon mind."

Observe that last word in above quote...mind...the original cloud-storage app!

The implant warehouse/factory that precedes even Artificial Intelligence!

To wit: how much data has any 3-year old ingested without the slightest awareness, never mind inspection and evaluation? And all done automatically and available for recall at a later time, also automatically.

That "mind" thingy needs to be reviewed and re-defined as the software trap that defies intelligence and seems to rule over us.

Or more to the point, any MOA reader can inspect their own mis-ownership of personal follies that s/he struggles to understand.

We are all a bit Blinken, sometimes.

Posted by: chu teh | Mar 19 2021 20:38 utc | 202

DFC | Mar 17 2021 22:32 utc | 119

You can add this:

Posted by: foolisholdman | Mar 19 2021 21:04 utc | 203

@ Lurk | Mar 19 2021 19:46 utc | 201... here is a post on the newest thread... what do you think??

"i've been a reader of moa for quite a few years now, but never contributed to the forum. mostly because after a while i found what i wanted to say anyway, and why pile on? i really enjoy the civility of the forum, and it's internationality. And of course b's insights. as a german myself I share many points of view with him in matters i have knowledge in, or think that i do. for example i think that trump sure might be seen as a desaster by many, but it was a gift to europe, and germany in particular, because he openend the eyes of many, many people here who for decades thought murrica is our friend, our big brother, who will always protect us from the evil of the world - namely communism, russia and lately china. a majority of the people here, as well as in the rest of the so called "western world" have been brainwashed for about 7 decades to think that way, even when america committed the most obvious, heinous, horrible crimes against humanity and our civilization as a whole. there was always a spin, "human rights", "democracy", "free trade" and so on, values that had to be "defended" - when in reality it was always an offensive aggression or even a "pre-emptive strike". people just swallowed what the media fed them and went on with their daily chores.

trump changed that, suddenly the ugly side of the empire became visible, and i will always be grateful for that. because now it cannot be hidden anymore. it wasn't just the unruly behaviour of a "new rich" and uneducated bully who accidentally became president. politically, the general attitude was always the same, trump only worded it much more obvious, making it harder for politicians and media to spin. that's why our politicians and media (for the most part fed by trans-atlantic "think tanks") hated him almost more than americans themselves - he made their lies obvious and transparent. if it wasn't so sad, it sometimes was almost funny to see them squirm, having to explain why our friend and protector suddenly became so selfish and hostile.

All of them welcomed of course the new harris administration, being so progressive, just and friendly again - only to witness a change of paradigm they probably didn't even think trump was capable of, or willing to: i think in later years, this week will mark the "official" beginning of the new cold war era. this behaviour against russia and china was not a slap, but a punch in the face and will NEVER be forgiven nor forgotten. the only question for europe is: does it finally have the balls to emancipate and stand up against the bully? or will it submit and become a collateral damage of it's downfall? in form of a nuclear wasteland maybe? i think that nord stream II is a turning point. if germany caves in here, there's little hope to get rid of the leash for it and the whole of europe. if it stands tall, europe might become a buffer instead of a frontline. knowing and seeing our politicians, i'd say it doesn't look good.

Posted by: xototox | Mar 20 2021 0:34 utc | 73"

Posted by: james | Mar 20 2021 1:19 utc | 204

Lurk @201: "I have sorely missed on MoA a critical review of Trump's shady past and..."

What do you really think a blogger from Germany could have dug up on Trump that the New York Langley Times couldn't?

You cannot answer that honestly because what you really wanted was just for MoA to join the daily anti-Trump two minutes hate chorus that goes on all day and say "Me too!".

What a phenomenal and pathetic waste of time that would be. I am glad our host had more respect for us than that. Furthermore, what would be the point of MoA if it were full of only narratives that you could find on any corporate Mockingbird media spigot? Might as well just tune into Anderson Cooper Vanderbilt and get those narratives straight from the CIA.

Posted by: William Gruff | Mar 20 2021 1:58 utc | 205

blinken just got back from Japan and had gotten used to hearing from vassalized asians with no backbone. but in alaska the chinese delegation said it like it is.

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Posted by: mastameta | Mar 20 2021 5:11 utc | 206

"Funny how the poster doesn't see

The poster seems awfully "touchy/twitchy about defending" the mass media from responsibility for racist murder."

Posted by: William Gruff | Mar 19 2021 12:29 utc | 195

Billy willy tuff and gruff-
You put words in my mouth and thoughts in my head that simply do not exist.
I support neither party- Just looking back from FDR and fwd- every president is a war criminal- none get a pass from me. Both 'parties' are scum that should be abolished, the entire system is corrupt to the core.
I'm well aware of the propaganda from ALL MSM and beyond.

I neither defended the media or Obomber- so really man go eat shit with your asinine twisting of words and projections. Grow up gruff child. Have you gotten laid lately?- you seem a little mentally tense ;)

BTW I've met Bezos and Gates- they are both assholes and a blight on humanity.

Posted by: CitizenX | Mar 20 2021 5:41 utc | 207

"it still doesn't erase the outstanding characteristic of the usa msm at this point, which for many years has been a vilification of russia, since at least 2014 ukraine - if not before...

so for me, it isn't so much about being touchy about someone challenging the host, as i find this approach a real distraction to the issue at hand.. "
Posted by: james | Mar 19 2021 16:11 utc | 197

Fair enough James- However the host was also positioning Biden bad/Trump better directly after the election, and post after post about the election being stolen. The US has stolen interfered overthrown how many govts globally?
Smedley Butler- read him.

On the brainwashing of America- it is complete- see Ed Bernays Century of the Self Film.

The US is the most propagandized Nation on the f'n planet. Greater than USSR and China combined- and the most militaristic. The US has murdered more citizens across the globe than any Nation on the f'n planet. The entertainment branch- both film and media worship violence- why would anyone be surprised regarding mass killing in Domestic USA?- USA has been murdering Globally at an unprecedented rate- beyond the pale for centuries.

So another mass killing inside the indispensable nation should suddenly be a surprise? The responsibility is shared by many- TRUMP fuckface included-

Posted by: CitizenX | Mar 20 2021 5:55 utc | 208

"You put words in my mouth and thoughts in my head that simply do not exist."

Of course thoughts don't exist in the poster's head. Regurgitated narrative comes from the gut.

Heap half the blame on Trump and that helps take the pressure off the establishment media that the poster speaks for. It dilutes the focus on and the culpability of the jingoist mass media.

Corporate mass media apologists never give up.

Posted by: William Gruff | Mar 20 2021 12:17 utc | 209

@ 208 citizenX... i agree with you! for me i don't really see any difference in the leaders at this point.. i have felt this way for a long time.. i think jackrabbit calls it the duopoly... that about sums it up for me as well, although i did think trump would help bring about the demise of the usa quicker, so in that regard i liked the fact trump was in power.. why i think this is hard to know.. some of the crowd he attracted are a really sick bunch.. i will give you that.. however i did appreciate him periodically saying outrageous stuff, especially before the 1st election on saudi arabia as just one example.. of course once he was in power, it was much the same bullshit.... i buy into the idea that some powerful players were really unhappy at him being president... i don't get that impression with biden... it is all stuff that is hard to verify, but i do believe it doesn't much matter who is in power in the usa at this point... the president is just a figurehead at this time and not much of a one at that! i agree strongly with william gruff that the msm plays its audience for complete chimps and ignoramus's... this is an unfortunate byproduct of being basically controlled by wall st and corporate interests at this time... none of these presidential players object to any of this either...

thanks for your comments..

Posted by: james | Mar 20 2021 16:56 utc | 210

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