But we are seeing more and more incidents in which mass murderers have clearly been fired up by the pervasive Blame Whitey narrative that dominates our media and culture. Vester Lee Flanagan, the negro television reporter who killed some of his colleagues on air, was clearly stoked up by the standard brown person's grievance myth. (link) The media remained silent about this, in stark contrast to their obsessive coverage of Dylan Roof's massacre of negroes in a church shortly before. Indeed, it may have been this coverage that tipped Vester Lee Flanagan over the edge.
When conflicted gay jihadi Omar Mateen decided to massacre mainly Puerto Rican fellow gays because a Puerto Rican had given him HIV, he was rebuked by Jihad Central for having failed to target "white people" instead.
“Avoid targeting places and crowds where minorities are generally found,” the terror group tells its members in “Inspire guide: Orlando operation,” Fox News reported Monday. “[Target] areas where the Anglo-Saxon community is generally concentrated. This class of the American community is the majority and it is the one that is in the American leadership.”Source
Last year, the media successfully covered up the racial elements of the Bataclan attack. As I reported at the time, an olive-skinned male was spared by the attackers after being told "you're one of us". His girlfriend said his dark complexion often led to him being mistaken for a North African, even though he wasn't. (link) And the choice of target cannot have been coincidental. Rock music is played and enjoyed almost exclusively by Europeans. Apart from a classical music concert, this would have been about the least diverse audience an attacker could hope to have found.
It is clear that the seeds of the anti-European hate narrative so assiduously cultivated over recent decades are now bearing their murderous, atrocious fruit. Yet there is not a sign of the hate-mongers changing their tune or acknowledging the consequences of the choices they have made.