The crime spree in NYC’s subways was “hateful”

Because ultimately, despite what the woke identitarians preach, all crime is intrinsically hateful. Violent crime is a behavioral expression that screams hatred; of society, of order, of community, of our right to thrive in a trustful and fruitful society.  What better action to illustrate hatred than mayhem and murder?

If destruction of another’s life or the involuntary defacement of their body are not embodiments of “hatred,” what is?

I would postulate that “hate crimes” is merely a superficial and facile redundancy whose only purpose in today’s lexicon is to sate the histrionics of the whiners and cultural meddlers who have created an enterprise of victimology and all that is associated with sprucing it up with platitudes and hollow gestures.

It’s perhaps odious to most identitarians to deliberately recognize that crime is hate.  To them, that’s akin to saying “all lives matter.”  Pointing out that “crime is hate” is akin to trivializing one of their many contrived monikers which is in place to allow expression of collective apologies to all the victims of oppressive white male society.  The semantic contortions the left displays in order to create their context of woke triumph are blinding.

This is hate.

New York City police are looking for the group of men who are believed to have attacked at least four different people – slashing three of them – during a 12-minute violence spree on Friday morning in the Big Apple’s subway, as officials tell Fox News: “Enough is enough.”

The first of Friday’s incidents was reported around 4:25 a.m., when a 44-year-old man riding a southbound No. 4 train was approached by two men, one of whom slashed him in the face, police said. The victim got off the subway at Manhattan’s Union Square Station.

But his attackers are believed to have stayed on board and carried out their next attack only minutes later, at approximately 4:34 a.m., when the two suspects allegedly approached a 40-year-old man and also slashed him in his face, police said. They then moved on to a second man – the third victim of the morning – whom they purportedly punched in the face, police said.

Both men exited the train in the area of Astor Place, according to police – an area known to be busy and full of college students.

The suspects then allegedly moved on to another 44-year-old man, who, around 4:37 a.m., was slashed in the back of the head, cops said. The victim described his attackers as two to three men.

Now that is some serious hate on display there.

A hate rampage, and it’s very criminal.  Hence, a hate crime spree. But in the real world, we don’t clarify a crime as “hateful.”  No kidding.

Was the New York spree a racially motivated crime?

We don’t know because the media doesn’t feel inclined to inform us.  I’m sure the suspect descriptions at least included that in the police logs.

The suspects then allegedly moved on to another 44-year-old man, who, around 4:37 a.m., was slashed in the back of the head, cops said. The victim described his attackers as two to three men.

The suspects then demanded money from the man before taking his phone and throwing it on the train tracks, police said. He got off the train at the Brooklyn Bridge Station.

Police said all victims were taken to area hospitals for treatment and are expected to survive.

Investigators are still looking for the suspects, whom victims described as being two to three men, one with dreadlocks, police said.

That is certainly close to telling us what we can’t be told. Unless it’s someone like this, in which case we’re free to announce, loudly, that the suspect was in fact, white.

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