The Binghamton Massacre—Latest Case Of Immigrant Mass Murder Syndrome



Peter
Brimelow
writes:


If the

killer in the Binghamton immigration center massacre

had been a white American, I have no doubt that much of
the
VDARE.COM Editorial Collective
would be in police
custody right now. After all, the

Treason Lobby
has gotten its

anti-Hispanic
“Hate Crime”
hysteria
on to the national agenda
with no significant evidence at all.
 The truth,
deliberately unmentioned in the

Main Stream Media headlines
, is that the killer was
an immigrant and that this happens sufficiently often to
constitute a trend, which we have called
“Immigrant Mass
Murder Syndrome”
.
Brenda
Walker
wrote our first

full-length account of
Immigrant Mass Murder Syndrome
after the
2007
Virginia Tech killings
, also committed by an Asian
immigrant, and we have been

following
it ever since. Only on
VDARE.COM!

Psychology informs us that even
positive change can be highly stressful. Leaving home to
attend college, for example, is simultaneously
exhilarating and frightening. The first job, marriage
and having a child are welcomed signposts of maturity,
while they produce anxiety regarding the associated life
changes.

In a similar way, immigrating to a
completely foreign culture is a vastly more disorienting
experience, where the possibility for failure is real
and life-affecting. Remarkably, many foreigners come to
this country with no knowledge of English or
understanding of how the society works, yet expect to
find jobs, navigate a complex modern culture and somehow
achieve the American Dream of deluxe home, trophy
children and other bragging rights to impress the homies.

Some immigrants

regret their choice
, and either return to their home
country or wish they could. Mexicans and others nearby
can easily scoot back, and some do when the

economic weather
clouds up.

It`s a tough slog, even in a good
economy, and we are far from prosperity these days.
Immigrants can feel more on the edge when money is
harder to acquire. They may have unrealistically
fantasized a brilliant success, but are barely making
ends meet. Frustration and anger can result when a
personal

Gold Mountain
does not materialize.

Yet when a horrific immigrant mass
murder episode occurs, the wrenching stresses created by
multicultural immigration are never considered by the
Main Stream Media or Washington legislators as a major
cause. In fact, every other reason on earth is dragged
out—particularly when the political agenda is to blame
America, its people and the

Second Amendment
.

There has been plenty of blood
spilled by unhappy immigrants, including the 2007
Virginia Tech massacre (the

"worst in US history"
), where Korea-born

Seung-Hui Cho
killed 32 and wounded 25 others.
Although psychologically

disturbed and menacing
, he was

treated with kid gloves
by university personnel
despite stalking co-eds and other physically threatening
behavior.

It`s doubtful that an American
student would have been allowed to get away with so
much. But immigrants have access to an array of lawyers
and ethnic interest groups happy to defend their rights,
no matter how questionable, against the common good. Had
Virginia Tech, possibly fearful of lawsuits and
accusations of racism, been less politically correct and
more responsible, it`s possible a bloodbath might have
been averted.

At this writing, what`s known about
Jiverly Wong (aka Voong) paints a picture of an
understriving malcontent. He resided here for 28 years,
but

spoke English so poorly
that it negatively affected
his ability to move up the employment ladder. He worked
for caterer Kikka Sushi in Los Angeles for seven years
with no problems until one day he didn`t show up.

“Back in New York, he worked at the Shop-Vac plant in Binghamton. Former
co-worker Kevin Greene told the Daily News of New York
that Wong once said, in answer to whether he liked the
New York Yankees, `No, I don`t like that team.
I don`t like
America. America sucks.
`”
[As
NY gunman`s life unraveled, he took others`
, AP,
April 4, 2009]

He lost that job, complained that
he received only $200/week in unemployment benefits and
bemoaned his bad luck. The town Police Chief said,
"He felt degraded
because people were apparently making fun of his poor
English speaking."

Did the alleged slight occur on the
job? Blue-collar factory workers are not known for their
emotional sensitivity. The
"degradation" could have been the usual shop banter that occurs
normally.

Or did he feel disrespected by
other immigrants? It`s hard to imagine ESL classmates
teasing him about English when they were in the same
boat. However, the victims had

multiple gunshot wounds
, so perhaps he was angry at
his fellow immigrants. He had attended the center until
a month ago, which he may have seen as a personal
failure. Maybe he became enraged if he perceived the new
immigrants as adjusting more easily. That`s just
speculation, of course.

An April 3 AP article about
Binghamton noted the recent cluster of shootings: [Upstate
New York gunman kills 13, commits suicide
].

“A string of attacks in the U.S. in the last month left 44 people dead
in all. A

gunman
killed 10 people and himself in Samson, Ala.;
shootings that began with a traffic stop in Oakland,
Calif., left

four police officers
and the gunman dead; an
apparent murder-suicide in

Santa Clara, Calif.
, left six dead; and a gunman
went on a

rampage at a nursing home
Sunday, killing seven
elderly residents and a nurse who cared for them.”

Mass murder is not a job that
native-born Americans won`t do. But it is significant
that two of the shooters in the recent mass murders were
immigrants. No newspaper article emphasized that detail.
In addition to the Binghamton carnage,

Devan Kalathat
, an Indian immigrant working at
Yahoo, shot his wife, himself and two children plus two
in-laws and their baby in his Santa Clara home. His wife
alone survived, and she remains hospitalized in critical
condition. Kalathat`s motivation is mysterious, although
the

Indian press has theorized
a family feud.

Another shocking foreigner killing
occurred at Virginia Tech in January. Though not a mass
murder, the

decapitation of Xin Yang
, a female graduate student
who was pursuing an accounting degree and had arrived
only two weeks previously, by another student, Haiyang
Zhu of Ningbo China, was certainly

traumatic
in its brutality.

The two Chinese were having coffee
in a campus cafe when Zhu
used a kitchen
knife
(!!!) to behead the young woman. When the
first police officer arrived, Zhu was

holding the victim`s head
. Yang had listed him as
the emergency contact person in her college records, so
they were obviously acquainted. The motive for the
killing may have been simple sexual rejection, made more
painful for the killer by being in a country that was
not his home. Again, speculation. But Chinese abroad are

famously spoiled
and self-indulgent.

Another sad case was a mother and
three children murdered last month in Conover, North
Carolina, in connection with an opium deal. The

accused killed himself
while

on the lam
in Utah, so details are sketchy. But
apparently an

immigrant from Laos
, Brian Tzeo, involved himself in
the drug trade and now his family is dead.

Choices have consequences. And
America`s decision to welcome many thousands from
Southeast Asia after the Vietnam War has brought
diversity we could not have imagined before, including
polygamy
and

shamanism
.

Let me be clear. The problem of
rampaging immigrants is not guns or

unfriendly Americans
or conservative radio programs
or VDARE.com. The
problem is the strangely persistent myth among elites
and the media that millions from

Somalia
and

Iraq
and

Red China
can be plunked into our unique society and
be expected to get along like they were putting on a
different coat. Many may make a go of it (often with
taxpayer assistance), but some founder…or blow up.

Immigration as a marker of the
imaginary one-worlder multicultural paradise has been a
screaming failure. The symptoms are everywhere, from

ethnic gangs
to mass murder.

Americans still

prefer American values to diversity
, hate being made
to Press 1 for English and believe in traditional
assimilation, meaning new residents should

"adopt America`s
culture, language, and heritage."

But many of today`s immigrants
don`t much like America except for the dollar bills.
They set about recreating their homeland in ethnic
enclaves like

Tehrangeles
and the

Cubanized south Florida
. They listen to the ethnic
media and adopt the attitude of complaint and

advocacy
for

their tribe
.

In earlier times, immigrants were
actually happy to be in America, if you can imagine.
They were anxious to learn English and become full
members of the national community.

Liberal elites` swooning adoration
of all things diverse in combination with a legal
immigration system set on automatic pilot (140,000
new workers monthly
) has brought both

too many immigrants overall
and

excessive diversity
for the assimilation process to
work.

Immigrant Mass Murder Syndrome is
one symptom of our

post-1965 immigration disaster
.

There`s no magic formula of

diversity
that will lead to perfect kumbaya. On the
contrary, a society where people speak the same
language, share similar values and understand each
others` jokes is a far happier place.

A homogenous nation evokes

loyalty
, stability and harmony. America could be
that way again—if firehose mass immigration is turned
off.


Brenda Walker (email
her) lives in Northern California and publishes
two websites,
LimitsToGrowth.org

and
ImmigrationsHumanCost.org
.
Her all-time favorite use of tax dollars is the
ever-inspiring

Hubble
telescope.