“Hmong girls over here fit in better. The girls go to college and the boys go to jail.”
– Ahney Her as Sue Lohr, “Gran Torino” (2008)
The Hmong are small, inoffensive looking Oriental people originally from the mountains of Laos. Nevertheless, as a group they have some serious anger management issues. Like this dude, Nengmy Vang 45, who decided the solution to his marital and financial difficulties was to shoot his wife, two employees at his bank and his wife’s divorce lawyer. His wife escaped harm though. Then Vang decided to hole-up in the apartment he was forced to live in on account of the divorce proceedings (the indignity of it! I feel for the man.) and go out in a blaze of glory. The Hmong are a warrior people after all, despite their diminutive size. The Hmong like to hunt as well, so they typically own guns and are skilled in their use. Vang then shot and killed a veteran police detective outside the apartment building; the SWAT cops returned fire and filled him full of holes. Nevertheless Vang was only wounded. He was taken into custody and will likely live to stand trial.
Coming from a truly primitive, isolated, subsistence farming culture as they did the Hmong resettled here have had a hard time adapting to contemporary American culture over the years. One Hmong man admitted that one of biggest sources of culture shock for him as a youngster emigrating to America was the doors on the entrance ways to all the dwellings. On top of that the white, Leftist, do-gooder, social workers who were in charge of managing the Hmong’s transition into the modern world only served to make them even more confused and at the same time imbue them with a pernicious sense of entitlement. The take on the Hmong community from the Clint Eastwood movie “Gran Torino” is right on the mark. Like the dindus, they frequently show disdain and disregard for “white people’s” rules. In particular the fish and game laws.
Some of you may recall the deer hunter massacre in Wisconsin back in 2004. In this case the perp was also a middle-aged Hmong male with the surname of “Vang” who had an anger management problem. When Chai Vang was ordered off of some land he was trespassing on during the deer hunting season opener, he retaliated by shooting eight people in the landowner’s party, killing six. Vang pled self-defense. He claimed that the mean, ole white people had threatened him and called him names. The jury didn’t buy his story, especially since four of the six people he killed were shot in the back. So now he’s doing life in prison without parole.
Needless to say the narrative that the Leftist media attempted to promulgate was that Midwestern deer hunters were all crazy rednecks and that these kinds of senseless fights over hunting territory happened all the time. Not! It couldn’t be because some psychopath from another country and culture with no respect for American laws and customs regarding private property was brought here to live among us now, could it?
“Omar Sey, 31, who said he had just moved to the apartment complex, learned of the shooting after he arrived home to find dozens of squad cars outside. Sey, who said he had moved to Wisconsin from Gambia, said he didn't understand why such things happen in America. "This is crazy," he said. "You have everything at your disposal. Why don't you make your life better instead of engaging in this?"
Yeah, sometimes we Americans need someone from the outside to tell us to chill and quit complaining so much because we really do have things good here, especially compared to people in the rest of the world. So thanks for that Mr. Sey. But more to the point Mr. Sey, one of the many questions we American’s need to ask our political and social leadership is why must America keep importing crazy and violent people from other countries? People from primitive, alien cultures who will invariably have trouble adapting and fitting in to our complex, technological, egalitarian society. How does importing such people help America? How does this make America a better place to live? Do we need more crazy, violent and maladaptive people? No, certainly not! The more people from third world countries who are settled in America the more America will come to resemble the chaotic and violent third world cultures those people came from. This isn’t good for white Americans, nor is it good for non-white Americans. Not even for the immigrants themselves, since they moved to America with the expectation that they would be able to live their lives in a safe, secure and prosperous country where conscientious, generous and humane white people are the majority, not capricious, cruel and rapacious people of color like in their country of origin.
In the case of the Hmong, they were brought to America because the CIA had recruited them to fight in its secret war in Laos against the Pathet Lao (“Lao Nation”, The Laotian Communist movement) and the North Vietnamese Communists. When the USA pulled out of Vietnam and Laos, the Pathet Lao retaliated by prosecuting a war of extermination against the Hmong (surprise!). So many in America felt we owed a debt of honor to the Hmong on account of the CIA having cynically involved these primitive innocents in America’s war against Communism. That debt of honor has been fulfilled now and all those of the Hmong nation who fought with General Vang Pao’s secret CIA sponsored army, and their families, have been resettled inside America. All the crime, chaos and wasted tax money that resulted from this resettlement over the past 40 some years are another price America was forced to pay for losing the Vietnam War. A lesson learned. Well there is no longer any rationale for these sort of foreign interventions that would in any way obligate us to take in former allies should we lose. Not one that benefits the citizens of the USA. The Cold War is long over and World Communism was defeated . Now the globalist Communists that seek to destroy America are firmly ensconced inside our own government. The “invade the world, invite the world” foreign policy they and the Neocons promote certainly is not devolving to the benefit of the American people, whether white or non-white. Any further military interventions on the part of the USA would be particularly ill advised now since: A. The USA is broke and B. the U.S. Government clearly lacks the political will to win any war.
Shooting suspect had marital, money problems
Jonathan Anderson , USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin Published 9:33 a.m. CT March 24,