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I’ve never been a Biden basher. My family has known him for way too long for that. Even so, when Joe gives a speech about rape and violence against women being part of “white culture,” it’s time for some tough love. And some concrete reminders in this country about who is violent against women. And who is not.

I’ve never been a Biden basher. My family has known him for way too long for that.

Even so, when Joe gives a speech about rape and violence against women being part of “white culture,” it’s time for some tough love.

And some concrete reminders in this country about who is violent against women.

And who is not.

HISTORY IN THE MAKING.

For the first time ever, anywhere, a person was fined $10,000 for being the VICTIM of a hate crime.

Yes, thet is what Jussie wants us to believe. As does the DA in Chicago.

Let’s take a look at Jusse’s story, but put it in the context of other examples of black privilege in criminal justice, especially when black people vote to acquit guilty black defendants, i.e. Bronx juries.

Advance copy of Wedesday’s podcast available now.

What happens when a fella goes violent on a reporter?

Well, no one is talking about minor injuries, that is for sure.

And do Trump rallies really cause hate crimes? That's what the Washington Post says.

Let's talk about these and other fairy tales in this podcast.

What happens when a fella goes violent on a reporter?

Well, no one is talking about minor injuries, that is for sure.

And do Trump rallies really cause hate crimes? That’s what the Washington Post says.

Let’s talk about these and other fairy tales in this podcast.

New podcast from Colin Flaherty.

The Times is on overdrive with denial, deceit and delusion.

First story, they do a roundup of how crazy white people are imagining that black people are planning and celebrating racial replacement.

One small problem with their story: The NYT is a major source of the phenomenon that the same NYT says does not exist.

Some reality is so urgent so real that not even the new york times can be in denial, deceit and delusion about it.

That’s what happened recently when the Times reported black women are raped more often and often do not report it.

They do not want to turn a fella over to the racist police.

Now that is insane. So let’s get  to the podcast.

Mystery of the week: Why does Was-Mart put black hair care products behind locked plastic cages?

The fellas say they want to know, but they already have a good idea: White racism.

So let’s look at that story, and a few others and see if we can fin a better explanation than the one the fellas use when they want to play pin the tail on the honkey.

Letter from Buffalo

March 21, 2019 — Leave a comment

Letter from Buffalo

Hello Colin!

Let me just start by saying thank you so very much for all that you do.  Your a personal hero of mine . Your work has saved countless lives and has made the world a better place. I would love to help any way I can. I have your merch and display it proudly. 

I understand your working on a new book and would like material regarding people’s experiences with BMV.

Part 1. My introduction to black kids in school. In elementary I had an incident with a “lovely lady”. In the library she came up out of nowhere and slapped me in the face 3 times. I was in shock and didn’t know what to do. I’ve never experienced anything like it and I was taught not to hit a woman. Years later she ended up stabbing me in the ass with a needle while I was walking up the stairs.

Later in elementary a black boy started a fight with my friend. He grabbed my friend and threw him. His head hit a cement wall. My friend, being in a daze got up and combed his hair! lol. He was out of school with a concussion for a few days.

My other friend was slammed into the auditorium chairs unprovoked. A miracle he didn’t break his back.

Part 2. High school.  Long story abbreviated, tons of argy bargy. I was jumped, my cousin Kenny was jumped, I was robbed at knifepoint, I had and m-80 thrown at me that exploded at my feet and made me deaf for a day. I was threatened, intimidated etc.

One white kid was punched in the face every day on the bus. Police called to the school and followed the school bus home on a daily basis.

Part 3. In the hood. I was walking home and 4 fellas got out of the car and started chasing after me until a pitbull came out of nowhere and scared them off. I was riding my bike and 20 to 30 fellas came out of the wood work and started chasing me. They threw a board at me and hit me in the elbow.

Driving to work I was stopped at a red light and a fella jumped into my car and demanded $ . I had no cash so he got away with my ring.

Yes there is more like the time my brother had his tooth knocked out or when the teacher got choked out in the lunch room , or when the fellas threw chicken bones thru my open car window at me or when I’m driving to work and my car is getting pelted with bbs and the countless fights I got into to defend myself.

Also when the fellas tried robbing a car from next door to my buddies and we chased them away but not until after they hit my buddy with car then they came back with a gun the next day. My buddy punched the guys with the gun and they took off thank God. …just sayin I’ve had my fair share.

Thanks again and keep up the good work!  

Andrew Yang wants to be the Democratic nominee for president. So he goes on the Joe Rogan podcast and creates instant buzz with his proposal to give everyone $1000 a month.

A few days later Yang has an epiphany: White people are going to start attacking Asian people, killing them, putting them in concentration camps, etc. etc. etc.

Yang is Asian. He should know better: He should know that Asians are targets for black violence every day in America.

All over the country. And we document it every day as well.

So this podcast is  a reminder.

And let’s not forget the Baltimore State’s attorney who turned the Baltimore riots into a civil “uprising.”

She back, this time on NPR to remind us how black people are victims of white racism.

And that is why Baltimore is so dangerous.

Buckle up for this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Who will save the next victim from reporters and public officials in denial, deceit and delusion.

So Corey says we have to legalize pot because the criminal justice reform shows that black and white people smoke the same amount of pot, but black people are punished nine times more often.

So, pot legalization is not about pot, but about black criminality and how cops are always picking on black people for no reason what so ever! And pot is just one random example.

Only its not true. None of it.

All you have to do is refuse to tell him what happens to Asian people in black neighborhoods. That’s what happened. And reporters could not care less about the next victim.