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Two life lessons from liberals and Bob Dylan.

Why the fellas don’t need to obey traffic laws anymore.

And why they don’t need keys.

All wrapped up in a nice soft comforter of anti-white denial, deceit and delusion.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty .

Ask a congressman: White people are always attacking black people.

And they have to stop it at all costs.

That is the fairy tale we heard at a congressional hearing on white supremacy this week.

Let’s cast this fairy tale aside and tell the truth about black on white crime and violence.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.
New podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Ask a congressman: White people are always attacking black people.

And they have to stop it at all costs.

That is the fairy tale we heard at a congressional hearing on white supremacy this week.

Let’s cast this fairy tale aside and tell the truth about black on white crime and violence.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

And they have to stop it at all costs.

That is the fairy tale we heard at a congressional hearing on white supremacy this week.

Let’s cast this fairy tale aside and tell the truth about black on white crime and violence.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

The professor of philosophy has rendered his considered opinion on what he thinks when white people report black people to the cops.

Cops suck.

That’s how you get a gig writing an ethics column for the New York Times.

A new podcast from colin flaherty.

White racists destroy great black movies.

And other stories we miss every day, A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

New podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Some inside baseball and more news about the daily torrent of black mass shootings. A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Ireland is important American style black violence, denial,denial, deceit and delusion.

With the same results.

Also, if you are having trouble with minds.com/ColinFlaherty on your iPhone etc., just delete it and reload it.

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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.

Chocolate schools are imploding all over the country.

Cops kicked in the head.

Security guards pushed down the stairs.

Teachers under attack by the tens of thousands.

And no one is connecting the dots.

Not till now.

http://whitegirlbleedalot.com/chocolate-schools-are-imploding-all-over-the-country-a-new-podcast-from-colin-flaherty/(opens in a new tab)

A must for anyone who cares about schools. Or who knows any teachers or parents or grandparents.

A new podcast from colin flaherty.