Matthew Richer concluded his blog on UCLA undergrad Alexandra Walker`s now-famous un-PC YouTube polemic about Asians:
Whites are now a minority at UCLA, as they are at UC-Berkeley. As whites become a minority on more campuses, how will they be treated? Not well if Alexandra Wallaceâ€™s experience is any indication. She has basically gone into hiding after receiving death threats. The University is also considering disciplinary action against her.Isnâ€™t diversity great?
As it happens, yesterday was the seventh anniversary of a possible answer to the fate of white minorities: the racially-motivated torture-murder in Scotland, by (South) Asians, of a completely innocent 15-year old white schoolboy, Kriss Donald. The facts, which take some reading, are well recounted by the UK blogger Sarah Maid of Albion here.Sarah writes:
...[W]henever our media mention hate crimes, we only ever hear two names, Anthony Walker and Stephen Lawrence, the sole two totem victims of the anti-racist movement, being the victims of white on black violence (or allegedly so in the case of Stephen Lawrence). However, of Kriss Donald there is never a mention.The Walker and Lawrence killings were awful crimes, but both died swiftly, Walker from a single blow, and Lawrence by two stab wounds, whereas Kriss was terrorised for hours and then tortured and then set alight.
(For American readers, I`ve added links from the ever-PC Wikipedia. Note that even Wikipedia—as of March 16—acknowledges controversy over MSM suppression of the Donald case:
Peter Fahy, spokesman of race issues for the Association of Chief Police Officers noted that the media as a whole tended to under report the racist murders of white people, noting "it was a fact that it was harder to get the media interested where murder victims were young white men".
Exactly as Sarah predicted, I see no stories on the anniversary of Kriss Donald`s death.