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.
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.
Another black mass murderer we never heard of. This time in Kansas City. Just one more in the long and recent list of black mass shooters who reporters and public officials are trying to convince us do not really exist.
The tsunami of black violence and denial often overwhelms our ability to describe it.
The violence and denial in schols, streets, courts is just growing to the point where we have to ask ourselves, ‘can we do more?’
We have to.
So let’s take a look at some recent examples from Des Moines, Racine and Atlanta. And look at least one place where school officials are not letting themselves be bullied by phony baloney stories of white racism.
And let’s talk about the next level for us.
All in one itty bitty new podcast from Colin Flaherty
I was working the Judge Task Force. We were assigned to assist patrol assets with a saturation presence at the south jetty of mission beach. I’m sure you’ve been there many times. There is only one way in and one way out to the large parking lot there at the end of the boardwalk.
The gang member fellas and their lovely ladies (who were almost all active duty Navy as well) would take over the parking lot every weekend at about dusk. *Spoiler alert* nearly every time, the gathering would end in a shooting. San Diego PD decided to flood the parking lot and to stop every car coming in for any vehicle code violation and to issue cites in an attempt to dissuade the gathering.
Back then, if you had a suspended license, we could tow your car and keep it for a 30 day punitive impound (awesome program). Anyway, I stopped a female driver for no front plate and I could see she had three unrestrained toddler-aged kids in the car. I pull her over and begin to suffer through the obligatory “you only stopped me because I’m black” routine that I am all too used to as I’m writing her ticket. I find out that her license is suspended so I’m going to tow the car.
I’ll never forget as she was unloading her personal belongings, her toddlers began to dangerously wander into parking lot traffic. She said something to the effect of, “D’quan. Get yo ass over here an hole yo sista hand”. D’quan was about 3 years old and continued to wander off. The woman continued berating me and saw that D’quan kept wandering off. She then exclaimed, and I quote, “Ni&&$! Getcho motherfu$&in’ ass over here and hold yo sista hand”.
I was blown away. She said that to a toddler! I could only imagine what went on in the home. True story.
”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.
From #1 Best Selling Author John Stryker Meyer:
"Colin Flaherty was the reporter’s reporter -- especially on tough stories. And he was recognized for it with more than 50 journalism awards from around the country.
"Now he has written a book about the toughest story of all: Racial violence."
"Flaherty has the goods: This is an important and penetrating book about a big problem. Read it. Pass it around. Send it to a local talk show host or, better still, a reporter."
"Lord knows they need it."
White Girl Bleed a Lot ”has gone viral.”
Los Angeles Times
“A favorite of conservative voices.”
"Flaherty digs up some great examples of officials denying or covering up black violence.
My favorite example was a school superintendent in Philadelphia who circulated "a pamphlet on how not to antagonize black students" to Asian students while the local papers were busying explaining that the violence had "no racial component." Right."
“Brilliant. Could not put it down.”
“Colin Flaherty has become Public Enemy No.1 to the leftist media because of his research on black culture of violence.”
It is official: “Colin Flaherty is a great American. A wonderful book.”
Bretibart.com: “Prescient. Ahead of the News. Garnering attention and sparking important discussions.”
”At least author Colin Flaherty is tackling this issue (or racial violence) in his new book, White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore it.“
“A determined reporter, Colin Flaherty, broke ranks to document these rampages in a book titled, White Girl Bleed A Lot”
World Net Daily
"Uh - oh… Now you’ve done it Mr. Flaherty. You’ve spoken the (gasp) truth!"
Fellowship of the Mind:
"Get your copy of the book and spread the word. This tsunami of black racial violence is domestic terrorism. Burying our heads in the sand and ignoring this reality will only put ourselves and the lives of our loved ones in danger."
"I refuse to be intimidated and terrorized. Join me!"
“In White Girl Bleed A Lot, Colin Flaherty bravely goes where the major media dare not follow. In short, he tells the truth about America’s otherwise unspoken epidemic of black on non-black crime.”
“What makes this otherwise grim saga so readable is Flaherty’s magical sense of humor. Among contemporary authors only Flaherty’s fellow alchemist Mark Steyn has a comparable ability to transform dread into gold.”
NPR — Morning Edition.
“In conservative media, Colin Flaherty has catalogued the Knockout Game.”
“Colin Flaherty is at the epicenter of the Knockout Game.”
Columnist of Year, Society of Professional Journalists
"This is a challenging book. An interesting and powerful and ultimately persuasive book by a great American writer not afraid to look at one of the most thought about but unspoken features of American life."