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Letter from Jackson Mississippi

Hi Colin,


Sometimes I can be a little dense.

It just occurred to me what “Please sir, I want some more”, represents.
The headmaster represents the “black kids causing the violence” and the kid represents “white society”.

Society is saying after a violent incident, to the black community, “Please sir, I want some more.”

So, after all the violence and mayhem caused by out of control black mobs, whites want more. Even the “out of control” blacks are astonished. “What!”
Back in the early 1980s, one of my relatives, a middle age woman, was a bank manager in Mississippi, out of Jackson.

A black guy in a minimum security prison walked away from a work detail. He got himself a gun and robbed the bank where my cousin worked. Took her hostage and drug her out to the parking lot.

He shot her and left her for dead. She spent the last about 10 years of her life in a wheelchair, a paraplegic.

Her daughter was left to care for her.

I remember seeing it on the national news at the time. They caught the guy, but I don’t know what happened to him.

The fellas are not into us. Not even a little bit.

And they tell us every day in every way. At a restaurant, a riot, a congressional hearing.

Now they want $388 trillion in reparations because the trillions we already gave them for 50 years did nothing but make things worse. 

How do so many people believe this transparently false fairy tale.

This and more in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

The fellas are not into us. Not even a little bit.

And they tell us every day in every way. At a restaurant, a riot, a congressional hearing.

Now they want $388 trillion in reparations because the trillions we already gave them for 50 years did nothing but make things worse. 

How do so many people believe this transparently false fairy tale.

This and more in this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.
Black on white rape as revenge for rape: Not a one off thing in the Bronx. Remember Vanderbilt? Or Eldridge Cleaver? We do. And so will you after this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Black on white rape as revenge for rape: Not a one off thing in the Bronx. Remember Vanderbilt? Or Eldridge Cleaver?

We do.

And so will you after this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Black on white rape as revenge for rape: Not a one off thing in the Bronx. Remember Vanderbilt? Or Eldridge Cleaver? We do. And so will you after this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Letter from Suburban Businessman

Colin,

Saturday afternoon after a business trip to St. Louis Friday afternoon for a save the day overnight effort to hang onto a very important customer- in essence a 19 hour string of work that ended satisfyingly enough – I made what was supposed to be a 3 or 4 min pit stop at Wal-Mart back in town for a bottle of wine and some cigarettes on my way home from Ohare. 

I just moved from Chicago to the suburbs- a fairly nice one- June 1- partially to get away from the constant argie bargie I experienced like I said the last few years on the north (good) side of Chicago (side note- a liquor store would have sufficed fine but I was tired and missed it so figured a quick in and out at the Wal-mart in front of me for some wine would work followed by about 20 hours of well deserved sleep). 

Well that didn’t happen. I was in and out sure but as I was checking out I hear 5 loud pops outside- knew they were gunshots right away. Madness ensues. Didn’t see a black person in the store or in my neighborhood up until this point but low and behold I walk out calmly to a black man on his back bleeding out of his stomach- with an absolutely enormous black woman walking behind me then around me to him – with 4 kids screaming and crying in tow – and I see a few fellas running down and out of the parking lot. 

As I called 911 I thought to myself both,”bad day to stop at Wal-mart” and “where the hell did I move to?” As I’m walking to my car the officers finally begin to show up and exactly what I was afraid of happening happened: I’m detained for questioning and my car – untouched – is going to be impounded as evidence.

I’ll give you the long and short – I was finally allowed to leave around 2330 when I got there at 1545. A 5 min in and out turned into an almost 8 hour ordeal for myself and about a dozen others that were finally allowed to leave with our vehicles except the 2 unfortunate souls with gunshot holes through theirs… How lucky I was the detective reminded me or he would have had to take me downtown even though I told you exactly what I told him about 5 times before he actually let me sign the damn statement.

My phone had long died hours ago. Walmart had closed. I was just told to: shut up/sit there/wait.

Fun Bonus fact: While I was sitting on a bench those 8 hours in the rain, just steaming along with the others – the officers went and bought the wife/gf of the “victim” and her 4 kids Subway sandwiches and bought them toys from Wal-Mart to play with – I have pictures and video of all of it. 

Fair enough with the kids but before a portion of the audience hates me I figured I’d save the best for last: as the officers show up and walk me and others attempting to leave back to the store for our long night ahead – the “victims” wife/gf literally flops to the ground and insists that glass from somewhere must have cut her and she needs medical attention right along with her man – the actual gunshot victim… Remember I walked out and she was behind me – holding 2 of her 4 kids – no blood anywhere other than her man’s and she is flopping around like a fish all of a sudden. 

There was no glass. She wasn’t shot. She was no closer than I was to the shooting if and when you read the story she was walking out after me and during this “custody dispute” as it has now been named. She had sent her new man to meet her baby daddy to exchange the kids while she finished shopping. 

Obviously it went swimmingly. Feel bad for Wal-Mart’s lawyers here because when I told the detective that fact about how impossible it was she was injured he said this exactly -“that’s for the lawyers to decide sir my concern is the crime committed” and as we went back and forth when I insisted he put it in the statement that it was impossible for her to be physically injured when I wasn’t he just said that was tertiary to his job and would not include it in my statement and only got his way because I was about 3 days overdue for a night of sleep.

Argie bargie in the Chicago suburbs now Colin. Hours and hours of our tired/hard working lives taken away/a pissed off fiance to come home to in my case/ my new neighborhood’s property values affected… But I finally did hear what the detective was trying to tell me at the end there during our dispute about what to not include in my statement…”look sir – we do not want to make the black kids angry…”

Racist preschools.

Cop shooters back on the street before the cop is out of the hospital.

Different day, same stories of denial, deceit, delusion and insanity from around the country.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

Reparations are back. White people own black people untold trillions of dollars for all the bad things white people have done to black people for 4 billion years.

In this podcast, we talk about reparations, and wonder where are the tens of trillions of dollars to compensate for 50 years of black violence, mayhem, chaos and murder.

We go over some recent business such as ten mass shootings in the last few days. And some good old fashioned black on white murder and mayhem that apparently has no meaning what so ever.

We give it meaning here.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

Reparations are back. White people own black people untold trillions of dollars for all the bad things white people have done to black people for 4 billion years. In this podcast, we talk about reparations, and wonder where are the tens of trillions of dollars to compensate for 50 years of black violence, mayhem, chaos and murder. We go over some recent business such as ten mass shootings in the last few days. And some good old fashioned black on white murder and mayhem that apparently has no meaning what so ever. We give it meaning here. A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

Sometimes you just have to hear it to believe it:

The new magic bullet from Kim Kardashian.

The world’s craziest hate crime.

The strange victim of violent crime who just wants to talk to his the seven fellas who attacked him so he can make them see the error of their ways.

So that is what we are going to do on this podcast: Turn the unbelievable into the credibly ridiculous.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

Kim Kardashian and Netflix and Ava DuVarnay get together to remind us that too many black people are in jail for no reason.

I thought this was an urban legend: In California, it is illegal to give a black child an IQ test.

But its true.

Even liberals have a hard time dealing with that.

So this podcast we are going to go out of our lane a bit, and present a chunk of a podcast from Radio Lab about IQ and race.

Hope you get a kick out of it as I did.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

Kim Kardashian and Netflix and Ava DuVarnay get together to remind us that too many black people are in jail for no reason.

Every once in a while it is good to take a breath and remind ourselves of WASSSUPPP with black violence so wildly out of proportion.

So, here is the  History of the World Part 2 Black violence edition.

Buckle up: It’s worse than we remember.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty

Meet the worst chief of police in America.

The Capital of Denial, Deceit and Delusion has to be Minneapolis.

They have a special kind: the white liberal kind. In Chocolate Cities, they have pretty much condensed everything to saying ‘white racism.’

Not Minneapolis.

They are still in the ‘we did not give the orphans enough gruel’ stage, and that is why there is so much black crime, violence and dysfunction there.

And so many people so eager to look the other way.

As they do so often, with such entertainment value.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

The violence and denial in schols, streets, courts is just growing to the point where we have to ask ourselves, ‘can we do more?’