Letter from Iowa law enforcement.
Hello Mr. Flaherty,
I am writing you as an Iowan. Iowa is a hot bed of unreported bad behavior by African-Americans. I know you are not one to want to say why, but I am hoping when another Iowa video comes round; you could explain a few facts. I have also wrote about my experiences.
Iowa for the most part does not have single race communities. Our Black crime is imported. My city and others have agreements with Chicago. There the public housing is limited, so with these agreements, they give people a bus ticket and send them to an Iowan town to live in our public housing. The Iowan towns get money from the government to build more public housing, development funds, and other benefits that I don’t fully understand. Somehow they found a way to make money off people not working and getting free housing. We get the lowest of the low. The crazy ladies, men who won’t get jobs, and those that even Chicago doesn’t want. Iowa is very different from the big city. These criminal minded men get bored easy here. With nothing better to do they cause pain to those whose families have been here for generations. We who have an investment in Iowa’s future care a great deal. Our government like the federal one doesn’t seem to care anymore. It’s our view that if you have too much free time you get a second job. Many Iowans have two jobs. I liken our problem to the refugee crisis in Europe.
Secondly, my town is also a college town. I am sick of seeing black kids who are dumber than door-knobs get free schooling because they are from some ghetto. Iowans think of themselves as kind, generous, and intelligent people, and yet speaking with one you will notice they generally don’t brag. These blacks kids are neither kind nor intelligent. They never shut up about how much drugs they got, sex they are having, how they are victims of racist people, or alcohol they managed to steal from the local Walmart. It’s wrong/wasteful to invest scholarships in idiots. It amazes me how stupid people can be. Why be out after dark in a neighborhood you don’t belong in? They get free housing in the dorms and free meals in the cafeteria at the school. There is no need to venture into the residential zones of this city and cause trouble. I tell everyone to not give to charities that send kids to college. If they don’t work for something they don’t value it, and they don’t come to learn the value of working.
Thirdly, I work with the police. I hear all the crimes that never get published for the fact that no one outside really cares what happens in Iowa unless its political related. For example did anyone hear about the bomb scare at DSM Airport on April 15, 2013? I was on sight. I called my mother to let her know I was fine thinking she would be seeing the news and worrying. She had no idea as tragically the Boston marathon bombs happened that day.
The reason I mention this is that cops here can go their entire careers without ever taking their gun out of the holster. Things are changing however. One cop said something that I thought very profound. This officer explained what was going threw his mind during a recent incident, “Am I really going to do this? Am I really going to shoot a black man?” Referring to BLM he goes on, “I guarantee you cops have died thinking that same thing.” Hesitating can mean death.
I had attended a federal police academy to train for my day job. At this academy they have a board that commemorates officers who had died while serving. During my two week training, 7 officers’ pictures were added to the board. I wished I would have read the situations of their deaths. I remember thinking, one officer dies every other day; can we badge men fast enough? The training instructor explained that those numbers of officers’ deaths are real and that board only had officers who had attended this one academy. They teach safety is the number one. Now working in my field I have not yet seen a police department that is properly staffed.
Lastly, my second job is as a night jailer. When dealing with black people 25% of the time I am called a racist. 25% of the time I am the N-word. The last 50% I am called both racist and N-word. In truth I am neither a black man nor a racist. Being called the N-word doesn’t hurt me even though I find the word offensive. Being called a racist does affect me. They wouldn’t call white people that if it were true as it would not hurt them. I had to develop thick skin to work at this job. The white people after they come to terms with the fact they have been jailed, often become respectful. Black people however never shut their mouths and when it gets them into a fight they want me to step in and save them. I try very hard to never use curse words like a normal person. I am exposed to those words everyday. I am always ashamed when one escapes my mouth.
Thank you for reading this and if you chose to use any part of what I wrote here, please do not reference my account details. It’s the truth, yet it could affect my jobs and paint an even bigger target than I already have on my back. I had chose not to become a normal police officer, and I think that was wise.
A Real Iowan
About the Author
Colin Flaherty is an award winning reporter and author of the #1 best selling book White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore it.
His new book is Knockout Game a Lie? Aww, Hell No.
Both books are about black mob violence, black on white crime and the Knockout Game.
His work has appeared in more than 1000 news sites around the world, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Time Magazine. His story about how a black man was unjustly convicted of trying to kill his white girlfriend resulted in his release from state prison and was featured on Court TV, NPR, The Los Angeles Times and San Diego Union-Tribune.
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