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Kenneth made head lines when he said that he hated white people. A lot of the stuff he said made sense, such as his resistance of religion, but it got mixed up with a lot of stuff that discredited him, such as his stance towards blacks. Whether you agree or disagree with him, you can understand his anger towards America, he was just not able to express himself in the right way. Prior to his publicity, it seemed like he had quite an online presence, however, now it would appear that he is absent from the internet entirely. Why the disapearance? It seemed like he had no other outlets other than the internet, to express himself. So, what is he doing now?
I have become fascinated by the bizarre career of young Kenneth Eng, self-declared "Asian Supremacist," "God of the Universe," and author of the startlingly-titled Dragons: Lexicon Triumvirate and The 0th Dimension. The 22-year-old has been stirring up controversy for his columns in San Franciscoâ€™s AsianWeek magazine, where heâ€™s written a column called "Why I Hate Blacks," as well as another called, "Proof That Whites Inherently Hate Us." Hereâ€™s a great quote from the latter:
Most Asians knowthat everywhere we go, white/black/Hispanic people hurl racist remarksat us. I have already received about 10 racist remarks in the pastthree months and I have only been out of my home a handful of times.
As Hyphen points out, itâ€™s hard to know which is scarier: that Eng published this poop, or that heâ€™s only been out of his home a handful of times in the past three months. The best part of all this is that now you can read some of Kenneth Engâ€™s insane ramblings on his Amazon blog, where he describes himself as "striving against the mass ofconformity that is the flesh all around me," and which recently included this gem:
I donâ€™t know about you, but I masturbate allthe time. Itâ€™s not going to affect me in any way, aside from making meneed to take baths more often.
So true. You can also read his blog to find out more about Engâ€™s life as a super-genius "God" who writes fantasy novels containing meaningless epithets like "lexicon triumvirate" in their titles. What does that even mean, anyway? A three-headed creature with a big vocabulary? A government run by three people with a passion for writing down every word they know? And what the hell does it have to do with dragons? Plus, why does the dragon on the cover of his book have a gun? Iâ€™m gloriously confused.
Engâ€™s goal in life is to work on comic books, particularly at Marvel. But that hasnâ€™t stopped him from querying other comic book publishers about working for them. Read below the fold for a tale from a comic book editor who exchanged emails with Eng . . .
Hilary of IGN Comics wrote on her blog last year that she received the following email from Eng:
Are you looking for any new writers? I am the youngest publishedscience fiction novelist in America and I am very into comic books. Myfirst novel, Dragons: Lexicon Triumvirate, will soon be a comic bookitself. Furthermore, I am highly interested in the philosophy ofcomics, having published a few articles myself.
Kenneth Eng, novelist
I love how he uses the word "novelist" after his name, as if itâ€™s some kind of title. So Hilary replied:
Ummmâ€¦ seriously dude, all of us write novels so we can get the hell out of here.
We donâ€™t have any more freelance money, unfortunately.
And Eng barked back:
Yeah, but my novels are cooler than yours bitch. Donâ€™t contact me again.
Worried that sheâ€™d spurned a truly great talent, Hilary looked into Engâ€™s novel, Dragon: Lexicon Triumvirate, and discovered that she had truly missed out. Check out these choice bits she gathered from the book:
"Time is not a concept. It is a word."
This is how the novel begins. Wow. Mindblowing stuff â€” and this book stars dragons!
The dialogue is also top-notch. Here is one fine example:
"Interesting," muttered Dennagon to himself. "The force of gravityis 9.8 meters per second squared on this planet, but not in space. I
wonder if â€˜spaceâ€™ actually exists."
And thereâ€™s ACTION!
"Dennagon nonchalantly dropped down from his perched position tothe ground. Without even taking his eyes off his book, he casuallythrust his fist out, punching a hole straight through the head of oneof his enemies as it charged. The decapitated body still handing fromhis forearm, he merely shifted his fist to the side so that the otherscould run into it. Expectedly, they did, blasting apart their ownskulls against his scaly knuckles."
Yup, Eng truly is "God." Too bad he gets called names when he leaves the house once a month. Now you too can read his work.
Where is that article from? Why don't you post a link to it?
Does Kenneth Eng have a blog or site? If so, what is it?
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A former columnist and self-described Asian supremacist who applauded the Virginia Tech slayings has been sentenced to a year of mental health treatment for waving a hammer at neighbor's face and threatening to kill her and her family.
Kenneth Eng, 24, of Bayside, N.Y., pleaded guilty in Queens County Court on Thursday to an indictment charging him with attempted assault and harassment over the incident last April in his neighbor's yard.
Last February, Eng was fired from the San Francisco-based weekly newspaper AsianWeek for writing a column titled "Why I Hate Blacks."
Three months later, in a Village Voice interview, Eng gloried in the slayings of 32 students and teachers at Virginia Tech and fancifully speculated that his own writings might have inspired the killer, Seung-Hui Cho.
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Eng also told the New York weekly that his own plan for a similar killing spree at New York University was aborted only because he couldn't afford a weapon. He was arrested on the assault and harassment charge after that article appeared, a day before the NYU commencement.
After his sentencing on Thursday, federal authorities produced an arrest warrant and took Eng into custody. The nature of that case was not immediately known.
His attorney, Joel Dranove, of Manhattan, said he expected Eng to appear in Brooklyn federal court on Friday, but had no further comment.
Queens County Judge Dorothy Chin-Brandt ordered Eng on Thursday to attend a 12-month outpatient mental health program. If Eng fails to comply with the program's requirements and fails to take his medication, or if he violates his neighbors' orders of protection, he can be resentenced to up to 4 years in prison.
Eng was arrested May 9 for threatening the neighbor, Marissa Addison, 29, and her mother, Jane Rosovich, who were standing with their two dogs on their lawn in front of their Queens home.
Eng is accused of yelling at Addison, saying, "If your dog bites me, I will kill you and your family," and then swinging a hammer at her, missing her by inches.
Asked to comment on the plea, Dranove said Friday: "It is the correct result of all the hard work by the prosecutors, New York State Department of Mental Hygiene and the doctors."
Kenneth Eng? That guy is still in prison because he gave some dumb american bitch death threats.