Archives For black on cop violence

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.

Trump in trouble for telling the truth about Baltimore.

Some vivid reminders of the greatest lie of our generation and how in plays out in Baltimore.

a new podcast from colin flaherty.

The head of the FBI and the turban wearing member of Congress from Minnesota agree: White people are dangerous. They are always messing with black people because of white supremacy.

Meanwhile, despite this fairy tale, black violence is wildly out of proportion in Washington, D.C, and lots of other places. On video.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Attacking cops is a black thing. You wouldn’t understand. There are lots of black things out there that do a lot of damage.

Our thing is exposing them as the greatest lie of our generation. And that’s what we do in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

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This is part two of our interview with Cat Burke.

With additional commentary from our great friend and former prison psychologist, the Late Great Marlin Newburn.

The curious case of the Chinese diplomat: He told the truth about black crime and violence in Washington, D.C., and now some of the fellas and lovely ladies are very unhappy with him.

Welcome to our world, Mr. Ambassador.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

A black swimming pool in a black Philadelphia neighborhood recently closed because of hyper violence.

The local media told us everything but the truth: About how black pools are centers of crime, violence and mayhem. In Brooklyn, city officials closed a pool for 20 year because black people were ripping the suits from female bathers and then sexually assaulting them.

It was a thing.

So let’s take a listen to Philly. But then let’s take a listen to a real live pool closing near good ol’ Colin’s house. 

And how the black violence in the pool, on the way to the pool, and going home from the pool was intolerable to the point where it had to be shut down.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

The fellas have a new hobby: Catching white people in imaginary acts of racism. 

They play it with glee and passion and they love to win.

Remember BBQ Becky from last year? She was among the most famous victims of this new game.

Well, just this week in the Bronx, we found out that maybe BBQ Becky was right after all.

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

White people are stupid.  Why else would they ignore black crime and violence right in front of their own eyes, and call it something else.

And what about first responders: they are under attack in black neighborhoods across the country;. As if it is some kind of sport.

Yet the fellas insist they are the ones who are abused: That is the greatest lie of our lifetimes.

A 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.

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.