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Teens Destroy Queens Restaurant, Causing Over $20,000 of Damage

Teens Destroy Queens Restaurant, Causing Over $20,000 of Damage

Thankfully no one got hurt.


Over a dozen masked teens ransacked and destroyed Fish Village, a Chinese restaurant in Queens, ss around 30 people dined.

Manager Tony Hu said the teens didn’t speak to anyone but shouted profanities as they flipped tables, broke dishes, glasses, and windows, and threw chairs.

They did not use weapons or take anything with them.

The damage inflicted will cost over $20,000 to fix.

Hu also told the media that most perpetrators were Asians, and some were Hispanic.

The police haven’t arrested anyone.


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chrisboltssr | March 8, 2023 at 3:35 pm

These Asians surely integrated into American society real well.

    MattMusson in reply to chrisboltssr. | March 8, 2023 at 3:52 pm

    According to the FBI –

    White People are most likely to be assaulted by White People
    Black People are most likely to be assaulted by Black People
    Hispanic People are most likely to be assaulted by Hispanic People

    Asian people are most likely to be assaulted by Black People.

“Hu also told the media that most perpetrators were Asians, and some were Hispanic.”

If true, what would be notable is the absence of knee-grows.

California has bag limits. New York has “doggie bag” limits. Will that be to stay or to go?

…if one were detained for questioning the media would howl in protest.

That is how far we have fallen.

healthguyfsu | March 8, 2023 at 3:56 pm

You mean they didn’t pull down their masks to self-identify as they walked in?

You don’t say??

From the sub-headline: “Thankfully no one got hurt.” I’d rather these mostly peaceful protesters left a few behind, dead on the floor of the restaurant.

The damage inflicted on the restaurant could be a death knell for a small mom-and-pop business.

Weren’t mom and pop paying the Mob (whether Italian or Asian) for protection? Or was this a warning to mom and pop that they need to pay their contribution to the protection racket?

    AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to Geologist. | March 8, 2023 at 4:18 pm

    Perhaps the Tong replaced the Mafia for the protection racket. But since the current bunch are not white, they are not subject to the RICO Act.

      That’s BS. The relevant acts are enforced the same on all races.

      And yes, it seems obvious that this was punishment for not paying, or for missing a payment.

        Ironclaw in reply to Milhouse. | March 8, 2023 at 7:20 pm

        I suggest you take a look at the District Attorney’s office before you try to say that and keep a straight face at the same time.

          Milhouse in reply to Ironclaw. | March 8, 2023 at 8:56 pm

          I know perfectly well who the Queens DA is (do you?) and my assertion stands. If you claim that there is any place where those laws are not enforced equally against all races, name it and provide your evidence. It’s a serious charge, so it requires serious evidence.

          Ironclaw in reply to Ironclaw. | March 8, 2023 at 11:23 pm

          So it appears you’re both blind and stupid.

          Milhouse in reply to Ironclaw. | March 9, 2023 at 1:09 am

          You’re the one who’s making wild and very serious allegations, without even the slightest shred of evidence.

          And you’ve done nothing to refute my suggestion that you have no idea who the DA even is, let alone what his or her policies might be. Maybe you’ve looked it up now, but I am sure that when you wrote “I suggest you take a look at the District Attorney’s office” you had no idea at all.

    The Gentle Grizzly in reply to Geologist. | March 8, 2023 at 5:10 pm

    You beat me to it.

I wonder what the perps’ motive was.

Geologist may be right: Mob Protection “insusrance.”

    Think38 in reply to ParkRidgeIL. | March 8, 2023 at 4:43 pm

    The incident is a collateral effect of poor law enforcement. In the absence of adequate law enforcement, alternative methods arise. One of them is local organizations that protect the neighborhood. A sort of neighborhood watch if you will, and one that does more than call the police, but instead administers its own brand of enforcement.

    Sometimes, those organizations drum up business by making sure the neighborhood understands the desirability of the need for “fire insurance”. When a neighbor’s house burns down, you might decide such insurance is appropriate for your house.

    The coordinated action on the video, including leaving in a timely manner, and the lack of apparent other message or reason suggests this incident was intended to be a message. Maybe a form of advertising reminding the neighborhood of the need for fire insurance.

    Not readily apparent from the video, is whether the participants are reflective the local neighborhood. If they (as the article suggests) that would confirm the theory.

    In any case, we should expect a rise in neighborhood associations because the police and law enforcement are leaving void.

    One of them of course is a mob presence that makes sure incidents like this don’t happen. Occasionally, there are manufactured incidents

Riddle me this Batman: How many tax payer dollars did Nancy Schumer money launder to antifa over the years in order to hire teen street thugs to terrorize this small business and others?

Answer: Portland & Atlanta.

E Howard Hunt | March 8, 2023 at 4:35 pm

I don’t know about you, but every time I ransack a Chinese restaurant I feel like ransacking another a half hour later.

    The Gentle Grizzly in reply to E Howard Hunt. | March 9, 2023 at 2:15 pm

    I went to a fusion restaurant. The fusion was German and Chines. Every time I ate there, I had this hunger after about an hour. A hunger for POWER!!!

I may be wrong, but I believe EVEN pepper/OC spray is banned there.

Product of a government intent on disarming law abiding citizens.

I disagree with the tag line on the article. I wish everyone of the people breaking things had left with a minimum of severe contusions possibly fractures.

Ah, new york. Getting exactly what they voted for. No pity.

While this has all the hallmarks of a gang inflicting the “shame if something should happen to it” part on someone unwilling to pay into the local “Neighborhood Betterment Society”, what if it were the other way around?

Several have mentioned the vigiliantism in a city where the police can’t do anything about bad people….
What if the restaurant were involved in illegal activities? Perhaps the owner is a conduit for human trafficking, or the restaurant is a hub for drug distribution. And the mob was actually a group of locals intent on making them pay for those activities when the police won’t/don’t do anything?

Yeah, it’s a lesser possibility, but it is one. *polishes my rose colored glasses on my shirt*

Accidentally gave milhouse an upvote and can’t change it – that sucks! He/she/it calls out others for LACK of evidence or facts and then does NOT provide the NAME of the DA he “knows handles all cases equally no matter the race”! In NYC?? Why that’s as absurd as PICANTE SAUCE made in New York City!

    Milhouse in reply to BLSinSC. | March 12, 2023 at 4:04 am

    You are the one supporting Ironclaw’s wild and irresponsible accusation that the DA in charge here administers the law unequally. To show how pig-ignorant that opinion is, I pointed out that Ironclaw don’t even know the DA’s name, let alone anything else about his or her performance in office. If you support Ironclaw’s assertion, the onus is on YOU to prove your accusation. I don’t have to prove anything. It is the default assumption that the law is enforced equally, and claiming otherwise is a serious accusation that must be supported by evidence. Not even knowing whom you’re talking about utterly discredits you.