一名十八岁白人青年全幅武装并开了实况转播相机向纽约州水牛城开枪扫射大开杀戒，打死了十一位黑人和两名白人， 事发地距离水牛城市中心只有几英里， 是黑人集居地区。
这名兇嫌是居住在离水牛城二百英里外的肯林城，他的名字叫培东根敦， 他在社群媒体上公开自己对黑人之憎恨， 特别选在黑人居多之地区下手 ，他还在文章中指出他支持白种人正被新移民及有色人种逐渐取代， 因此他是支持白人优越主义者。
警察局长克马利亚在事发后之记者会上非常气愤地表示， 兇嫌还公然在实况转播行兇现状， 这简直令人髪指。
我们要再次非常痛心的指出 ，这是种族歧视之残酷暴行， 再一次暴露了我们非常严重之社会问题 ，由于枪支泛滥 ，任何人都垂手可买， 一直不断选成无数无辜死於枪下。
近年来疫情重刽之下 ，政客正在煽风点火， 在病毒、 移民、 経济冋题上都指向有色人种成為待罪羔羊， 政客们因而以操控族群对立而谋求政治利益， 一直到现在為止， 德州乡镇地区目前还拒绝庆祝金恩博士出生纪念日， 可见他们心裡仍然非常歧视有色人种。
今天我们居住在美国的华亚裔更要多加团结自救， 那些种族主义者之枉法行為 ，必须唤起政府及民间之注意， 水件城之种族谋害事件， 绝不是单一行為， 他们那批心怀仇恨的份子， 他们随时会出现在你的身边 ，不可不防了。
Hate Crime Mass Shooting Again
Last Friday, May 14th, a mass shooting occurred at a neighborhood supermarket in Buffalo, New York, targeting primarily African Americans. Thirteen people were killed. The shooting was live-streamed by the attacker on the social media service Twitch.
Erie County Sheriff Garcia said that this was “pure evil.” He called the shooting, “a straight-up racially motivated hate crime from somebody outside of our community.”
Rayton Gendron of Conklin, NewYork, was charged with first-degree murder. He lives about a three and one-half hours drive from Buffalo.
The police said in a statement that the suspect arrived at the store about 2:30 pm on Friday. He was heavy armed, wearing tactical gear, a helmet and had a camera that was live-streaming his actions. He used an assault weapon and shot four people outside of the grocery store, three fatally. When he entered the store, he shot eight more people inside the store.
Once again, this horrible tragedy, with great sadness, has exposed our very serious social problem: the hate crime.
Especially over the last several years, and because of the pandemic, many politicians point their fingers at the people of color, including Asian Americans, for stirring up the flames on issues relating to the virus, immigration and the economy.
Today all of us need to pay attention to the racial issues. Again, these murders indicate that there still are many angry people in our society.
Our society is really sick now. All of the politicians need to wake up and do something to prevent more hate crimes. We need to start with our education system to teach our kids the right ideas and ways to deal with people in our community. Hate attitudes will never solve the problem.