A disturbing video went viral today showing a man viciously punching 2 women in Los Angeles. (scroll down to watch the video).
According to police, the incident began when the man, identified as 30-year-old Arka Sangbarani Oroojian, got into an altercation with a hot dog vendor over the price of food.
“There was a man that was arguing with the vendor. At that point, one of the women said, ‘Hey, order your hot dog so we can get our food,'” Los Angeles police Det. Meghan Aguilar, assistant officer-in-charge of media relations, told Los Angeles ABC station KABC.
“The man immediately turned, punched that woman in the face,” she continued. “That punch caused the woman to lose consciousness and she fell to the ground. At that point, her friend did try to intervene and she was punched multiple times by the suspect.”
As far as the mainstream media is concerned, this is the full extent of the story: dumbass guy doesn’t want to pay for a $6 hot dog, women begin urging him to hurry up so they can get their food, and suddenly the big powerful evil strong brute man lunges at them, knocking them out cold “for no apparent reason” as NBC Los Angeles put it.
But is there more to the story?
Well, upon extensive searching, I finally found ONE news source that quoted a witness who says the females started the assault.
From The Daily News:
“There’s two sides to every story and those two women started that,” a witness, identified only as Stewart, told CBS2.
He said the women called the man derogatory names before the scuffle began.
“They started punching on him first,” Stewart said. “Once they punched on him first, jumping on his back, then he defended himself by counter-punching these women and things like that. So the video caught only the second glimpse of the story.”
Watch The Shocking Video Here:
Now, although the additional testimony of this witness helps give us a little more insight into the story, there is still a lot of ambiguity.
Additionally, why is it that the only available video of the assault online is from the exact moment that the man begins assaulting them? Why not more footage showing what led up to it?
There were plenty of bystanders, but I have yet to find any other footage from anyone else.
I find it very strange that, although 1 eyewitness says the women started it, the police and mainstream media are saying the man started it—and conveniently the only video evidence is from the moment the man starts throwing punches.
The media certainly does have a sexist feminist bias in favor, which is why YouTube had to delete and censor my video that went ultra-mega-viral showing men defending themselves against violent bullying females.
That deleted viral video can still be seen here.
Either way, the footage is disturbingly violent and it’s a shame things should ever come to that—no matter who’s at fault and who started it.
Self-defense is a human right, whether you’re a man or a woman.
Stay tuned to Red Pill Philosophy for more updates as this story progresses.