Stories about the so-called “murder hornets” have been circulating recently in the United States, adding panic to an already worried public in the midst of a global pandemic. However, at least for Caucasians, the worry about hornets is largely being blown out of proportion on social media outlets and the internet.
News about Asian giant hornets and deaths occurring in the United States made the rounds in the news recently, and the statistics are troubling. Over 78 deaths have occurred so far from Murder Hornet attacks on the East Coast, and all of the victims have been members of minority groups.
“When I first learned of the murder hornet deaths, I was largely unconcerned,” stated William Brown, executive counsel for the African American Equality Commission. “But the more I looked into it, the more I became certain that there was something behind the number of deaths with the African American community. So I decided to do a little research.”
What he found might have disastrous consequences for future race relations in America.
According to Brown, a group of White Supremacists calling themselves “The Southern Brethren of the Mason-Dixon Order” purchased 5,000 Asian hornets in the spring of 2018, and they have been domesticating them and training them to attack specific individuals. “This new breed they have created is attracted to darker skin tones, and they are using this to target victims in our community,” Brown said.
Brown stated that he became aware of this after speaking to an informant working for the FBI within the group. This unidentified agent contacted Brown by telephone and provided details about their actions over the past two years. Brown claims that the agent has been building a case against the group for narcotics distribution, and wishes to remain anonymous.
A spokesperson for the SBMDO declined to comment on the purchase of the hornets, which Brown claims he can prove with written documentation. “Even if we did do something like that, ain’t no way we would talk about it to reporters. We are smarter than that,” stated Enid Walters, High Priest of the SBMDO’s Georgia Chapter. Questioned further about their reaction to the fact that almost all deaths in the United States have been in the African American community, Walters mentioned with a chuckle, “That doesn’t surprise me, although I sincerely feel for the families involved. May they receive the comfort of the Lord during this time of tragedy.”
An investigation is underway, according to Brown, and documents allegedly providing proof of the actions of the SBMDO have been turned over to state officials.