Archives For African American crime

The chickens have come home … to roost.

Because of a fairy tale called Criminal Justice Reform, killers are on the loose. Killing and hurting people again and again and again.

We document that here with some recent cases.

As well as a Letter from a Cop to tell WHAT IT ALL MEANS.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Former prison psychologist Marlin Newburn  was a great source of inspiration and insight for all us on this platform.

We still miss him every day.

But everything he said in these early podcasts still resonates — almost as if he is here with us today.

Maybe he is.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

You want to learn about black violence up close and personal every day? On your job?

Ask a bus driver. 

Along with cops, teachers and Asian shopkeepers, bus drivers are at the tip of the spear of black violence wildly out of proportion and the denial, deceit and delusion from reporters and public officials that allow it to continue.

So today we ask a bus driver about black violence.

You’ll never look at a bus the same way again.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

And oh yeah, check out this strange video of a fella trying to escape police custody at a court house. One witness says cops murdered him and that’s not right because “black lives matter.”

Another witness, the DA, the cops, and cameras say the fella grabbed the cops gun and was trying to shoot him.

One of Joe Biden’s best friends even shows up in the video: Remember Mouse?

You will. Check it out here: https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/991861249520549888

Letter from the Grey Zone

Oh man Collin, today’s podcast is really hitting home for me. I’m one of those “grey zone” kids too. Going to a black school in the 90’s ( 1992-93 to be precise) was almost the death of me literally (me and a small group of white guys that banded together for safety were shot at) and definitely ruined my life in terms of academics and graduating high school.

I grew up in Northeast Kansas City and went to Northeast High School , which of course is a  predominately black school in a predominately black neighborhood.
 
It was rare to have a day go by where I wasn’t at the very least called a honky, cracker or white boy but at least those days didn’t result in physical violence. Most days unfortunately had me having to get physical with the fellas. 
 
I even saw a kid get sliced down his thigh with a straight razor from one of the fellas, the reason? He was white and it was Black History Month so “The Cracker had to pay for slavery”. It was one of the scariest things I’d seen at that school. The kid never came back after that.

I was always a big guy even as a freshman I was 6 foot 2 and 300 lbs. I was what you would call country strong so it would make the black kids angry when they couldn’t always beat me one on one so then usually I would get jumped where some days I’d be fending off around 5 black assailants at once. Needless to say those days I would get my ass whipped.

Eventually I got a group of around 5-6 white guys who were bigger and sick of always being singled out to always be together and we were like a small gang I suppose. We always looked out for each other and tried our best to help the hapless other white kids who just tried to bury their heads in the sand and ignore the situation.

Eventually the fellas got sick of not being able to fight us fairly and one day while we were smoking outside they did a drive by on us, shooting at us without successfully hurting us physically but in a way it was like they killed our spirit that day.

I dropped out and there was really no repercussions for anything that happened that day because I couldn’t pick out who did it (I literally felt like every fella in the car looked alike from what I could recollect and it happened in the blink of an eye)
 
After that I just was always filled with anxiety and overly cautious to the point of overkill. To this day I still always watch my surroundings out of the corner of my eye.

I know for one my life has been harder due to the extreme amount of black hostility and violence I had to endure. I’ve never really had a good job, I drink too much and I have a lot of emotional issues. So I guess I really did die that day I was shot at, it has just been a very slow progress and instead of my life being taken away it was my spirit.

Thanks for letting me share with you, Colin you are doing important work so thank you from the bottom of my heart!

Black people have magical powers to read the minds of white people.

That is what Procter and Gamble claims in a new commercial called “The Look.”  All a black person has to do is look at how a white person is looking at him, and the black person is now able to determine with 100 percent certainty how much the white person does not like the black person.

Which is usually a whole hell of a lot.

Yes, this silliness is from one of the world’s largest advertisers.

All this and even more craziness in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

More white kids in more black schools with even greater catastrophes.

The mystery of BART solved. Finally!

And two more entries in the sillies stories of the week, including my personal favorite: The Knicks are the worst professional team in American sports, but at least it is run by black people.

That is an actual story in an actual major paper, the New York Post.

All that and more in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

White kids in black schools is a formula for child abuse.

White kids in black schools is a formula for child abuse.


In yesterday’s podcast, we heard a writer from slate.com describe how white children deserve beatings from the black classmate because the white children are always picking on black kids in racist and violent ways.

That’s the fairy tale. A dangerous fairy.

So let’s dust off a podcast where we talked to two white guy who went to black schools.

And how their lives were a living hell.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty 

White kids in black schools is a formula for child abuse.

From silly to sublime, denial to danger, black violence and delusion broke new boundaries this week.

First a group of knitters (yes, knitters) declared war on white supremacy in the person of Donald Trump.

Then a jury refuses to convict the black killer of white bartender in Baltimore — despite testimony from four people who said he was holding the gun.

A whatever you do, don’t miss this segment from the Larry Elder show where he interviews a black detective from the Central Park 5 fiasco playing out in the national media.

All this and more in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

From silly to sublime, denial to danger, black violence and delusion broke new boundaries this week.

Letter from Jackson Mississippi

Hi Colin,


Sometimes I can be a little dense.

It just occurred to me what “Please sir, I want some more”, represents.
The headmaster represents the “black kids causing the violence” and the kid represents “white society”.

Society is saying after a violent incident, to the black community, “Please sir, I want some more.”

So, after all the violence and mayhem caused by out of control black mobs, whites want more. Even the “out of control” blacks are astonished. “What!”
Back in the early 1980s, one of my relatives, a middle age woman, was a bank manager in Mississippi, out of Jackson.

A black guy in a minimum security prison walked away from a work detail. He got himself a gun and robbed the bank where my cousin worked. Took her hostage and drug her out to the parking lot.

He shot her and left her for dead. She spent the last about 10 years of her life in a wheelchair, a paraplegic.

Her daughter was left to care for her.

I remember seeing it on the national news at the time. They caught the guy, but I don’t know what happened to him.

The fellas are not into us. Not even a little bit.

And they tell us every day in every way. At a restaurant, a riot, a congressional hearing.

Now they want $388 trillion in reparations because the trillions we already gave them for 50 years did nothing but make things worse. 

How do so many people believe this transparently false fairy tale.

This and more in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

The fellas are not into us. Not even a little bit.

And they tell us every day in every way. At a restaurant, a riot, a congressional hearing.

Now they want $388 trillion in reparations because the trillions we already gave them for 50 years did nothing but make things worse. 

How do so many people believe this transparently false fairy tale.

This and more in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.
Black on white rape as revenge for rape: Not a one off thing in the Bronx. Remember Vanderbilt? Or Eldridge Cleaver? We do. And so will you after this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.