Boston bombing story, part 83
I really can't condense it, but one thing jumped out at me: The guy is a 26-year-old Chinese immigrant--who asked the paper to call him Danny instead of his real name. He came here in 2009 to work on a master's degree in engineering, had started a company and was doing very well--hell, he was driving a $50,000 Mercedes.
I couldn't help comparing Danny's story with that of the bombers: They'd been given citizenship, scholarships, welfare--seemingly everything--but were mad as hell at the U.S. and all Americans. They hadn't done very much positive but had largely been slackers. They didn't seem on a good path.
I wondered if anything other than chance might have accounted for the vast difference in their situations. Was Danny from a wealthy family, perhaps? A spy financed by the Chinese army, perhaps? Could it be that the mother of the bombers--from TV clips seemingly twisted and hyper-dramatic--had passed her negative world-view on to her sons?
Unfortunately, since I've been thoroughly indoctrinated in Political Correctness by our alleged betters in government--with the vital help of our Mainstream Lying Media--I can't come up with anything else that might explain the difference.
It's a complete mystery.