This Hmong Show Has No Winners —Time To Cancel It


In 1998, I was working for a
politician who represented parts of the California`s
Central Valley, including Fresno.

Fresno is home to the
second-largest Hmong population in the United States.

Somehow, I was saddled with a phone
call from an irate constituent—a woman from Fresno ready
to launch a solo crusade to rid the U.S. of the Hmong. 

She was fed up with the

vicious crimes
committed by Hmong gangs.  She was
screaming about the

latest rape crime
which was, apparently,

all over the local news.

I reacted like a good moderate
Republican. “You want to blame a whole race?” I
asked.

The constituent said she did.

I was at the Capitol in

Sacramento
at the time, so I called the District
Attorney in Fresno to assess the situation.

The conversation definitely
contributed to the education of Bryanna Bevens. The DA
agreed, forcefully, with our constituent.

He filled me in on a

Hmong gang situation
that had plagued the entire
town.

That year, there was a landmark
Grand Jury hearing that issued more then

800 indictments against a gaggle of Hmong gang members

who had kidnapped, raped and sold into prostitution more
than thirty women.

Many of the

victims
were young Hmong girls between the ages of
12 and 14.  

Some were prisoners for months on
end. They were regularly shipped back to

affiliate Hmong gangs
in the Mid-west states of
Wisconsin and Michigan. Presented as gifts, they were
prostituted out for a quick buck.

The young men found guilty of these
crimes are serving life sentences in various

California prisons.
 

This is unique savagery.

Ethnic gangs
may kill one another but as a rule they
don`t sexually assault, batter and barter their own
little girls.

That`s the background for today`s
rant.

On November 21, 2004 eight people
from Rice Lake Wisconsin were shot. So far six of them,
including a 27 year old girl, have died.

This is the story courtesy of P.J.
Huffstutter at the Los Angeles Times,

“What
actually happened out in the woods is still under
investigation; Chai Soua Vang, a Hmong immigrant from
Laos, told investigators that he opened fire Sunday
after the hunters taunted him with racial slurs and shot
at him. He said he continued to fire even as they ran
away and begged for help
.” [Little
Holiday Cheer as a Region Prepares to Bury Slain Hunters

November 25, 2004]

P.S. Vang also reportedly said to
one of his victims “You still alive?”
[VDARE.COM note:

Or words to that effect,

see here
"graphic
information and content some people may consider
offensive.”
] Then he shot him again.

To prove my objectivity, this is an
accounting of events by a newspaper

notorious
to Californians for placing criminals in
the best possible light. 

Moreover, if the accused happens to
be a

minority immigrant
, the LA Times`
journalistic function is customarily extended to spare
attorneys the arduous task of preparing a defense
strategy by inventing it for them.

In fact, that seems to be pretty
much the way the Establishment press sees its role. On
November 28, 2004 CNN reported a press conference held
by the three attorneys of Chai Vang and his daughter,
Kai Vang: 


“Attorney Steven Kohn told reporters in Milwaukee that
Vang`s defense lawyers are looking at `potential mental
health and mental responsibility defenses` in addition
to a defense on the facts of the case… `This certainly
does not seem to be a whodunit. It seems to be a
whydunit,` said Kohn.”

” [Defense
lawyer: Hunter killings a `whydunit`
]

Vang maintains that his killing
spree was provoked by racial slur.

By the way,

Steven Kohn
was also the attorney who represented
the man who killed Jaffrey Dahmer.

James Mentkowski
has been retained by Vang as well.
 

Have you ever heard this expression
Whydunit”

Seems to be a strategy for

criminal defense attorneys
who have run out of facts
but not out of money.

So we have mental defense, mental
responsibility, facts of the case and self-defense?

All that is missing is the
“Wuddentme”
and

“Liar liar pants on fire”
defense
strategies.  That makes, let me see, six options!!

 Even the papers local to the
region are building the “racism” defense.  Look
at this published, in the St. Paul
Pioneer Press:



Race tension in Rice Lake mostly subtle
, b
y
Jennifer Bjorhus (Nov. 26, 2004).

Subhead:”Residents
describe a community that is fairly tolerant, if only
because of a lack of diversity.”

We don`t even need to read the
article, just the subhead.

Before Ms. Bjorhus even mentions
the specifics of the crime, she is already setting the
stage of a racist town. The town is apparently
tolerant—but only because it is predominantly white and
therefore not been tested.

I picture Ms. Bjorhus talking with
her editor.

Editor:
How is the story coming?  Rice Lake is a racist
town, right?

Bjorhus:
Well, I haven`t found any actual evidence
of
racism. But I think in the right circumstances
they could be. For example, if there were more
minority residents in Rice Lake during a lunar eclipse
while Venus is in the fifth house after the Raiders win
the Super Bowl
[BB: basically, unlikely
circumstances
is what I am getting at]…there is a
distinct possibility those Cheese Heads could spout a
racial epithet or two.

While researching this story, I
noticed a remarkable unanimity within the Establishment
media.  There were only two story lines…just repeated a
thousand times.

  • Six people murdered in Wisconsin.

  • Hmong community afraid of being
    pigeon-holed as savages.

The former does not present an
accusation justifying the defensive response of the
latter.

In plain-speak, no one was blaming
the entire Hmong community so what`s with the

“Can`t we all just get along”
press conferences?

Admittedly, it sounds funnier in
Hmong.

Here are my questions:

1.     
Who has alleged that the entire Hmong population
is tarnished by the abominable behavior of one man?

2.     
If not, why this inhibited behavior from the
Establishment media?

Ooh…pick me, pick me, I know! 

The Establishment media is afraid
to tell that story. It is one of those hush-hush
topics never broached by civilized people. 


Woe to any
who would dare point out that

stereotypes can be true
.

Chai Vang was arrested for
allegedly
murdering six people, charges which were

filed
against him today. And the Establishment press
fears a backlash. 

When

Ted Kaczynski
was identified as the

Unabomber
I did not see any press statements that
said:  Not all White People are Unabombers.

What has occurred to prompt this
fear?

Answer: the Hmong people, once

soldiers
legendary for their

allegiance to the United States
and their bravery
against

Communist insurgents
in

Southeast Asia
, have been tarnished by decades of
savagery here—an increasing amount of it now from their
alienated American-born progeny.

In that Pioneer Press story,
Jennifer Bjorhus included an interview with

Renee Gralewicz,
a professor of Sociology and
Anthropology at the University of Wisconsin campus in
Rice Lake:

“`This
is a normal pattern where you have an ethnic group so
entrenched they just don`t have an understanding of
others,` Reneé Gralewicz `It`s just a lack of
information.`

Yes, the Hmong
cuture is very different and it is true that they do not
assimilate…at all.  Until the 1950`s they did not have
even a written language and it remains sketchy today.

In Fresno, they
cooked food on open fires in the middle of the living
room floor.

Some people have

discussed
the potentially aggravating circumstance
of Vang`s polygamy, another trait

common to the Hmong.

Personally, I don`t
care if he sleeps with the forty-odd

roosters
he

reportedly
raises in his garage (for

cock fighting
?) and then cooks them  over the
campfire in his living room—so long as it doesn`t
harm other people. 

In

Hmong Wrong For America. America Wrong For Hmong
,
Joe Guzzardi wrote of his horror when one his Hmong
students announced he had to kill his wife because Joe`s
hand had accidentally touched hers— and his mixed
feelings of sympathy and despair about the Hmong.

Like Joe, I am torn about the Hmong.

In exchange for their allegiance,
we promised them

safe keeping.

It would be unscrupulous to deviate
from that promise.  We cannot breach our contract with
the Hmong simply because we know something now that we
wish we knew then.

However, it may not be the deal we
made so much as how we delivered our end of the
bargain.  We promised to take care of them, wherever
they were
. It was the path of least resistance (and

Refugee Industry
lobbying) that brought them here.

The

Hmong Citizenship act of 2000
exempted the Hmong
from having to speak English as a precursor for American
citizenship. It even allowed the test to be administered
in Hmong. 

This is the problem.

Our laissez-faire and brazen social
mores are overwhelming enough for the Hmong.  But home
for the Hmong now is a country with which they cannot
even communicate because we told them they didn`t
have to.

Whydunit? Whodunit? Who cares?

Who is Chai Vang? Is he:

  • A merciless savage?

  • Mentally deranged or
    incapacitated?

  • A victim of history and our
    disastrous immigration policies?

The answer: All of the above.

This Hmong show has no winners.
It`s time to bring it to an end.


Bryanna Bevens [email
her] is a political consultant and former chief of staff
for a member of the California State Assembly.