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In New York, they just made it official: FUBU clubs are for black people only. And the New York Times says that is just peachy.

The latest example of black on white hostility hiding behind a faux civilized veneer.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

New podcast from Colin Flaherty.


No celebrity has ever talked about the tsunami of black on white violence the way Howard Stern has.

Neither has anyone talked as often about it.

By the time he was ready for High School, Howard’s white neighborhood was black. So was his high school.

And black people made his life a living hell.

Howard has described it on many occasions.  We will hear a few on this podcast.

Today, the Hollywood Reporter is trying to re-write the history of Howard’s experience with racial violence. 

Nice try fools. But too many people know the truth.

And too many people have audio tapes. Just like this podcast.

From Colin Flaherty, the white washing of Howard Stern.

New podcast from Colin Flaherty.

A smiling fella kills a white cop in Mississippi and the nation shrugs.

How did we come to this: Black people kill cops, and old people all the time smiling and bragging.

The rest of us just nod our heads indifferently.

Damn.  Lots of new crazy stories out there.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

New podcast from Colin Flaherty.

When we see black violence so wildly out of proportion, we know that underpinning the denial, deceit and delusion surrounding is a heaping dose of black on white hostility.

But that is hardly the only place we see that.

We also see it in the racial quotas and affirmative action that is widespread and also so ignored.

But like the violence, racial quotas also do a lot of damage. In this podcast we are going to look at two recent examples of how racial quotas were used in two recent catastrophes, and how they made these disasters even worse.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Meet the Great Dolemite. You may already know him: He’s been posting our videos on YouTube for quite some time, getting great reaction.

He’s just one of more than ten people who are spreading the word of black violence and denial by posting our videos on his own youtube channel.

Let’s meet him in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty

New podcast from Colin Flaherty.

White poeple are wrecking baseball, says a Chicago newspaper.

This is the same paper that on the same day runs an article about 500 “teenagers” rampaging through the Magnificent Mile and pretending the fact they are black has nothing to do with anything.

Including the fact that large scale black mob violence there is a regular feature of life.

Another podcast on denial, deceit and delusion from Colin Flaherty.

The ghost of Freddie Gray returns to Baltimore.

Freddie’s best friend is shot and killed.

And not one big bad racist cop in sight.

A new podcast from colin flaherty

Letter from Boston

April 29, 2019 — Leave a comment

Letter from Boston

Colin,

I’ll take you back to the late 80s, early 90s in Boston. 1988 I was 12 years old, at this point I was already becoming accustomed to a weekly rat packing at the hands of 3-5 black teenage males…but on this day I was in for the worst beating to date.

I was cutting through Wainwright park to get to the redline station ‘shawmut’. On my way to the station, it was a beautiful day in the start of summer in Boston, so everyone was out…all stoops full. It started the way it always started. One would approach me, close to my age and the rest would swarm in to surround me. Before I knew it, I was surrounded by 10-12 late teenage black males. That  number quickly doubled as the stoops cleared out to start the oncoming beating.

I heard the typical insults and questions…”whatchu doing around here whiteboy”. But on this day, the triple decker porches were also all full, from the porches came female voices screaming “f*ck the devil up” “f*ck that white boy” etc. I’ll never forget the first punch that set this beating off.

I’d say he was early 20s. I saw him take his shirt off and speed walk in my direction. I knew it was coming and there was no way to get out of this. He stepped up on to the curb an gave me an overhand right, that immediately after, I was being punched and kicked from every direction. After maybe 20-30 seconds of that, someone knocked me off my feet.

This is were it turned ugly… I was having my head punted off a brick wall, maybe 5,6 of those punts. I have absolutely no idea what adrenaline entered my body, but I was shockingly able to stand up run and swing. I ran maybe 20 yards before I was kicked in the ribs and knocked back off my feet right at the entrance to the train. Somehow I managed to get in the train station jump the turnstile and end up on a bench at the platform.

Long story short, I ended up with a handful of broken ribs, the bones in my face had splintered behind my nose and into my ear canal, to this day my right ear and right nostril don’t function. The bones in my nasal and ear canal restrict full breathing and hearing.

I kept it brief for you. But again, this was only one of maybe 100 or so times I dealt with this in my early years in Boston.


Thanks for the outlet. I appreciate you

Pop star Pharrell found the secret sauce to stopping large scale black mob violence in Virginia Beach: Just bring in lots and lots of white people.

For more than 30 years, the Black College  Beach weekend has been one, hot, predictable, chocolate mess.

Every year, 30,000 to 100,000 students from nearby black colleges descend on Virginia Beach and raise holy hell — all the while laughing, laughing and laughing.

But this year, all that changed when pop star Pharrell took over with a festival called Something in the Water. He brought in two things: Aging hip hop stars and popular white acts like Dave Matthews and Gwen Stefani.

Result: Lots and lots of middle aged white people smoking dope. No violence. Voila!

Pop star Pharrell found the secret sauce to stopping large scale black mob violence in Virginia Beach: Just bring in lots and lots of white people.

For more than 30 years, the Black College  Beach weekend has been one, hot, predictable, chocolate mess.

Every year, 30,000 to 100,000 students from nearby black colleges descend on Virginia Beach and raise holy hell — all the while laughing, laughing and laughing.

But this year, all that changed when pop star Pharrell took over with a festival called Something in the Water. He brought in two things: Aging hip hop stars and popular white acts like Dave Matthews and Gwen Stefani.

Result: Lots and lots of middle aged white people smoking dope. No violence. Voila!
Pharrell gentrifies back college beach week

It’s crazy season: 20 people running for President are telling us daily that white nationalists are roaming the country attacking black people. And then they explain what they are going to do to cure this fictitious problem.

Time for a reality check: The opposite is true — black violence is wildly our of proportion. And here are some recent examples from the ti of the iceberg.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.