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Baltimore newspapers are trying to gaslight us: Convince that what we see with our own eyes is not really happening.

And you think it is, that’s your problem.

Ditto in Iowa.

Let’s take them down a few notches.

Can they both lose? That is the first reaction many of us had when we saw Social Justice Fella accuse a YouTube exec of racism because the YouTube big shot did not want the fella to trespass in his apartment building. A familiar story. But it turns out there is a lot more to the story. None of it good for YouTube. So let’s get busy with that on a new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

St. Michael of Ferguson is being resurrected this week – complete with all the fairy tales that COPS started the riots and forced the fellas to throw molotov cocktails, shoot guns and loot stores.

How about a dose of reality about Ferguson from the cops who were there.

And then let’s talk a bit about new teachers in Chocolate Schools. It’s like Welcome to the Thunderdome – but school officials would have us believe it is more like the Dead Poets Society.

A dangerous fiction.

All this and more in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty

The most over rated — and hateful — writer of our age is dead.

We are of course talking about the author of Barack Obama’s favorite book, Song of Solomon, by Toni Morrison.

This is one of these books that is favored by tons of people who have no idea what it is about.

No idea of the pure anti-white vitriol, scorn and hatred that drips from every page of that book. And her others as well.

So let’s talk about Toni. Let’s here an excerpt from her book. And when someone asks if black on white hatred is mainstream, just tell them yes, and direct them to the Song of Solomon.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

The most over rated — and hateful — writer of our age is dead.

We are of course talking about the author of Barack Obama’s favorite book, Song of Solomon, by Toni Morrison.

This is one of these books that is favored by tons of people who have no idea what it is about.

No idea of the pure anti-white vitriol, scorn and hatred that drips from every page of that book. And her others as well.

So let’s talk about Toni. Let’s here an excerpt from her book. And when someone asks if black on white hatred is mainstream, just tell them yes, and direct them to the Song of Solomon.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

Letter from Youngstown


Hi Colin,

I grew up outside of Youngstown,  Ohio in a predominantly white suburb. I had a great childhood. Crime was minimal. People were friendly. As kids, we rode our bikes all around town and never had a fear. When I graduated high school I got a scholarship to Youngstown State University. I moved to the campus which was only 6 miles away but might as well have been a different planet. 

My first year there, my friend plotted the murders with pins on a city map. There were 40 within a two mile radius of the campus. I later moved just off campus. My neighbor was carjacked, my friend was stabbed, my friends car was stolen from our driveway, and our place was robbed twice. These were all black on white crimes. 

Despite all of the evidence to the contrary, I was still so clueless as to believe the lies in the media and the class rooms. I had been told that as a white man I was responsible for most of the world’s problems. I was convinced that I harbored unconscious racist attitudes. This belief got me in some trouble.

I was walking home down an empty street at night when a black man called to me from the opposite sidewalk asking for help. My gut said I should just keep moving but I told myself I was only feeling that way because of racism. I ignored my instincts and approached him instead. When I got close, he robbed me at gunpoint. I was unharmed physically, but it scared me pretty good. 

Months later my friends moved into a new house and held a housewarming party. There were gunshots right outside the house. Gunshots were commonplace, but these were very close so we called the police. When they arrived to investigate, we were told “You are white kids living on the North side of Youngstown, you better get used to it.” Apparently, calling the police was a big mistake. Shorty after the police left, three shots were fired into the house. There was chaos in the house as everyone crawled to a safer spot. By some miracle no one was hurt. 

I moved to Youngstown to get an education and make something of my life. Instead I ended up with PTSD, drug addicted, and dropped out of school because I couldn’t cope with the world I was living in. There is a reason it was named by Buzz Feed as one of the 12 bleakest places on Earth and it’s not relentless white racism. 

I appreciate your work and I plan to support you financially. Feel free to share my story though I ask to remain anonymous. I have a job and family to protect. I think it’s important for people to know that the lies that are spread in the media and colleges have consequences. Naïve white kids like myself who drink the cool aid can end up dead, just like the young man who moved to Detroit that you did the video about. 

Thanks for what you do.

The mass insanity is reaching historic levels: Day after day of fairy tales about white racism are peaking.

But so is out ability to refuse them with the truth.

And here is one piece of truth that the deniers just cannot handle: Mass shooting is a black thing.

So let’s take a look at 18 mass shootings from the fellas IN THE LAST SEVEN DAYS.

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

The big message of the two recent massacres over the weekend was delivered loud and clear thousands of times: White people suck today more than ever before.

It takes a lot of denial, deceit and delusion to ignore a New York Times story that says 75 percent of mass shooters in America are black.

But that is what is happening today. All part of the greatest lie of our generation: The hoax of black victimization and white racism.

Plus, what’s up with using that fairy tale to sell razors and tennis shoes?

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

The Psychos — aka candidates for the Democratic nomination for President — are all about this thing called Criminal Justice Reform.

White racism and Black victimization. 

And it is not just a law, it is a movement. A dangerous movement.

All over the country parole boards and judges agree: We don’t need any more black people in prison. And the ones who are there should be released.

Today, the chicken are coming home to roost: Once released, the killers are still killing. The rapers keep raping. And the cycle of violence continues where it left off.

A disaster — that the Psychos are trying to convince us is really a reform.

And since it is Friday, today we take a look at another of my favorite authors, and his historical novels about Genghis Khan. As discussed on the podcast, you can find it here on Amazon:

Conn Iggulden: Ghengis Khan – Birth of an Empire https://amzn.to/2LUAYmk

All this more and in this podcast.

Can they both lose? That is the first reaction many of us had when we saw Social Justice Fella accuse a YouTube exec of racism because the YouTube big shot did not want the fella to trespass in his apartment building. A familiar story. But it turns out there is a lot more to the story. None of it good for YouTube. So let’s get busy with that on a new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Black on white hostility is a staple at NPR.

And here is what we know for sure: There is no place where white people can go to escape it.

Nothing they can do to avoid it.

And it is spreading.

Even some Asians are figuring it out in San Francisco.

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

Can they both lose? That is the first reaction many of us had when we saw Social Justice Fella accuse a YouTube exec of racism because the YouTube big shot did not want the fella to trespass in his apartment building. A familiar story. But it turns out there is a lot more to the story. None of it good for YouTube. So let’s get busy with that on a new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

White people are at it again: Killing all kinds of people for no reason what so ever other than that is what white people do.

That is what the national media is saying two days after the Gilroy shooting.

A fairy tale.

So let’s remind some people about some routine — and horrific — black violence from around the country. And confront them in their denial, deceit and delusion.

And more on this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

This could be the greatest day in the history of this platform: Donald Trump is breaking the cycle of cowardice and confronting the fellas and their enablers who are trying to diminish him by calling him RACIST.

He’s fighting back.

And we could learn a lot from him.

Plus, we cover the 35 episodes of mass shootings from the fellas and wonder how much longer reporters can deny this tsunami of violence and mayhem.

Also, in our new once a week feature, we get two more books from my favorite book list:

The Kill Artist by Daniel Silva, https://amzn.to/2YxuAaz

Legend, by David Gemmell. https://amzn.to/2ykKwOR

Along with some audio clips from the book that I neglected to include the last time we talked about these great works.

All this in a new podcast from Colin Flaherty.