Whew: Getting hard to keep up people. But I’ll try. Here are some videos and links for black mob violence. Let’s start in our nation’s capital and work our way around the country. From from an upcoming story in WND.com.
Here’s a video from the same place in 2011:
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And of course an article on the same topic just different examples from December, 2012.
Bonus Video: Massive brawl in 2011 outside of D.C. at a hip hop music award show:
The guy who took the video: Here is is Facebook Page. Along with his video of making and throwing explosives.
Ever see someone throw a Molotov cocktail: Check it out:
Let’s go to New York, the subway: hate crimes and black mob violence:
Here’s a story about the above video that fills in a few blanks: SEE IT: Wild Brooklyn melee erupts as NYPD arrests Muslim teen for allegedly taunting Jewish subway rider – NY Daily News
How about the Queens?
Prefer the Bronx?
How about Augusta? Home of the Masters?
How about LA?
you gotta check out this article: I’m a Scholar, Not a Criminal: The Plight of Black Students at USC | makiah-isms
And way down Baltimore way, black mob violence threatened an ambulance. Aberdeen EMS crews locks itself in ambulance during fight – baltimoresun.com
In Salisbury, North Carolina, students at a black college were getting their riot on:
Students blamed police. And the travails of being black in Salisbury:
“If you don’t attend Livingstone College then your opinion doesn’t really matter,” Resie Marie, a student at Livingstone College, said in comments to the Salisbury Post. “I attend Livingstone and the way we are portrayed to the community is RIDICULOUS.
We aren’t as “ghetto” as people think we are. We are simply young African American men and women trying to get an education and make it out in the world… Being a black man or woman in Salisbury is already hard enough, we don’t need any more troubles from the police.”
These are just some of the hundreds of examples of racial violence and lawlessness in more than 80 cities around the country as documented in my book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America.
Thomas Sowell said : ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.
Get it here: