Coronavirus Class War: Media suppress identities to discourage marginalization, but what happens when it is the elite spreading it?

Coronavirus Class War: Media suppress identities to discourage marginalization, but what happens when it is the elite spreading it? By Steve Sailer.

The U.S. media are trained when reporting on epidemics to be on the alert for any hint of the dreaded Stigmatization of the Marginalized. For example, the AIDS epidemic was largely spread by needle junkies and addicts devoted to anonymous sodomy, but practically nobody knows that anymore due to massive retconning.

Thus, back in winter the opinion pages started running cookie cutter opeds by young Asian women writers on the make about how they were being racistly stereotyped over the Wuhan virus.

Similarly, there seems to be some kind of embargo on data about race and ethnicity of people with the coronavirus. It’s easy to learn the sex and age of patients, but not race, whereas with most other topics (other than crime), race is widely trumpeted in the press. My guess is that decisions were made long ago to downplay race and nationality in collecting and publicizing epidemic numbers to avoid stereotyping the marginalized.

But what happens when an epidemic is spread not by the marginalized but by the elite?

This is happening, for instance, in Mexico. Most of the coronavirus victims to date in Mexico caught it while holidaying at a US ski resort, at Vail in Colorado. Throughout the West, it is the jet setting globalists who have been among the first to catch it and pass it on.