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Detroit is in a tizzy: Some neighborly person posted a note on the property of his SJW neighbor telling him he should watch some videos from that cool dude Colin Flaherty.

Whoaaa!!! TRIGGER TIME.

BIG STORY IN DETROIT.

Good time to remind us all of the anti-white vitriol that is now a staple of the main stream press.

And the violence and murder these same people are so desperate to be in denial deceit and delusion about.

All this and more in a new PODCAST.

Letter from a Poor White Kid

Hey Colin,

I have been listening to a podcast or two of yours about white kids at black schools. It reminded me of my earlier life, (I’m 65).

From the age of 2 until 9 years old, I lived in Florida. My father/family were reasonably well off. We lived in Fort Pierce, in a gorgeous poured concrete, flat roofed house that we owned. One day my father decided we needed a swimming pool and some very extensive landscaping, so he had it done. Yacht clubs, country clubs, etc. etc.

He was gruff, easy to anger, but generally, looking back, life was pretty good, I didn’t know any difference at 2 to 9 years old.

School was ‘school’, no big deal, it took away from my fishing time, but I just accepted it as something I had to do. I didn’t know from nothin’ about race issues. Then we moved back, (I was born in), Wisconsin.

We moved to the “township”, more like the reservation, as I would come to later find out. School was still just school, lucky me, I was still blissfully ignorant of race issues, never had any interactions with ‘negros’, as I knew them to be called at the time.

Fourth, fifth, and sixth grade on the ‘reservation’, then the shit hit the fan! My folks got divorced and my bucolic life was forever changed.

My father, naturally get the house while having to purchase another for my mother and us. It was in a reasonably nice subdivision, but it was in the city. As we moved in the summertime, I still didn’t know the significance of living in the city school district, I mean school is school right?

Oh my f*cking God! What a horrid, rude awakening! I had no idea ‘people’ could/would act like that! Running up and down the halls screaming and yelling, didn’t they know any better, didn’t their parents admonish, (beat) them if/when they displayed that behavior? I’m speaking about the ‘blacks’ of course.

I was bewildered, what happened, where was I. My father was probably clueless about what he had done, I got the general impression that he didn’t like me all that well, but he would never do this to me intentionally.

The behavior ‘they’ displayed, movies like this weren’t even made yet. Walking around mechanical drawing with ‘his’ phallus exposed, another one striking a 65 year old math teacher in the face.

Then they came after me one day. After school, at least a dozen of them. I had no idea what transgression or slight I had done. After about 5 or 10 minutes of deflecting blows, I flagged down a passing car that thankfully rescued me and took me home.

I don’t remember any subsequent actions the next day or thereafter. But it was enough for me to know I ‘wasn’t in Kansas anymore’.

Anyway, sorry to prattle on.

Next stage of my life. Married, great factory job, just had our brick bungalow redone, copper plumbing, new combination wood/gas furnace,rewired with circuit breakers, new roof. We were set…until…

My four year old son comes home from riding his bike around the block and tells me, “dad some black people sent their dog after me”.

Then it hit me; we lived in the city and my son was approaching school age, we had to move. Move from this really nice brick bungalow that, oh, did I mention that we just had the hardwood floors redone? I said to my then wife, “we have to move”.

Move we did, to the ‘reservation’, to a nice English Tudor on a 700 foot deep lot,high up on a hill.

Sad to say, we got divorced and she got the house, my how times change…
But, I had one job, I got my children the hell out of that black school district. No blacks in the neighborhood either.

White people do it too: A huge lie that is getting bigger and bigger. 

National programs now routinely remind viewers of their white racism and white on black violence and what we have to do to correct it.

“That’s white people work.”

Meanwhile, black on white murder, mayhem and violence spreads and spreads.

We’ll hear from some real victims, including Henry Rollins.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

White people do it too: A huge lie that is getting bigger and bigger. 

National programs now routinely remind viewers of their white racism and white on black violence and what we have to do to correct it.

“That’s white people work.”

Meanwhile, black on white murder, mayhem and violence spreads and spreads.

We’ll hear from some real victims, including Henry Rollins.

A new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Eureka! The Holy Grail: We found it!

The editor of the New York Times admits they are moving away from their failed coverage of the Trump Russia fairy take and moving to more stories about white racism.

So much for the distinction between reporting the news — and making the news.

A rare event. And important podcast from Colin Flaherty.

The Philly cop shooting just keeps getting crazier. First six cops shot by a fella who should have been in prison. Then, we learn a crowd taunted and attacked the police. Then the US Attorney got involved, blasting the cop hating, Soros-approved District Attorney. Then it happened again the next day: Another mass shooting. This time 5 people. Whew! And because this is Friday, our book of the week is River God by Wilbur Smith. A novel of Ancient Egypt. Get it here: https://amzn.to/2TA3uuB And just because we can, let’s throw in another Letter from a Cop.

The Philly cop shooting just keeps getting crazier.

First six cops shot by a fella who should have been in prison.

Then, we learn a crowd taunted and attacked the police.

Then the US Attorney got involved, blasting the cop hating, Soros-approved District Attorney.

Then it happened again the next day: Another mass shooting. This time 5 people.

Whew!

And because this is Friday, our book of the week is River God by Wilbur Smith. A novel of Ancient Egypt. Get it here: https://amzn.to/2TA3uuB

And just because we can, let’s throw in another Letter from a Cop.

The Philly cop shooting just keeps getting crazier.

First six cops shot by a fella who should have been in prison.

Then, we learn a crowd taunted and attacked the police.

Then the US Attorney got involved, blasting the cop hating, Soros-approved District Attorney.

Then it happened again the next day: Another mass shooting. This time 5 people.

Whew!

And because this is Friday, our book of the week is River God by Wilbur Smith. A novel of Ancient Egypt. Get it here: https://amzn.to/2TA3uuB

And just because we can, let’s throw in another Letter from a Cop.
The Philly cop shooting just keeps getting crazier. First six cops shot by a fella who should have been in prison. Then, we learn a crowd taunted and attacked the police. Then the US Attorney got involved, blasting the cop hating, Soros-approved District Attorney. Then it happened again the next day: Another mass shooting. This time 5 people. Whew! And because this is Friday, our book of the week is River God by Wilbur Smith. A novel of Ancient Egypt. Get it here: https://amzn.to/2TA3uuB And just because we can, let’s throw in another Letter from a Cop.

Six cops shot.

A fella holding the gun — who should have been in prison.

More Criminal Justice Reform. More fellas shooting cops.

And it is happening all over the country —RIGHT NOW.

Oh yeah, we have a ton to talk about on this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

Six cops shot.

A fella holding the gun — who should have been in prison.

More Criminal Justice Reform. More fellas shooting cops.

And it is happening all over the country —RIGHT NOW.

Oh yeah, we have a ton to talk about on this new podcast from Colin Flaherty.

The New York Post yesterday blasted Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry.

They were upset about a video we did about a cop who was shot while chasing a fella through the hood.  We asked a cop to write a commentary about what was really happening and it got a ton or reaction.

So much so that the head of a New York Police Union sent it to its members saying it was the best video of its kind he had ever seen!

And his union members should listen to “every word of it.”

They were talking about this video from June: https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/1008210215854874624

You can find the Post article here: https://nypost.com/2019/08/13/nypd-union-boss-sent-members-overtly-racist-video-in-email/?utm_source=url_sitebuttons&utm_medium=site%20buttons&utm_campaign=site%20buttons

The Post did not like it one bit and called it lots and lots of nasty names. Lots of back pedaling, fortified with a healthy dose of denial, deceit and delusion.

So, that’s the topic of our podcast tonite.

It’s on!

The weekly Butcher’s Bill is ready: In the last seven days ending Sunday night, the fellas have created 21 mass shootings.

Hispanics did one. And this week, white people were shutout.

Not that much different than the other 10 times we done similar stories this year.

Also, Truedaroof has a bone to pick with Tucker Carlson.

And let’s talk about one of my favorite books, Killer Angels, by Michael Shaara, which you can get by clicking on this link: https://amzn.to/2H5fM99

Racist Chinese people in San Francisco are thinking the unthinkable: They are talking about getting guns to fight back against the rampant black on Asian violence and crime there.

Of course, the local orange haired reporters do not approve.

And lets not forget the anniversary of the death of St. Michael of Ferguson. Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris are not.

All this and a lot more in this new Podcast.

Letter from a D.C. Veteran

Dear Friends,

Saturday afternoon I was violently assaulted, beaten unconscious, and robbed in NE DC. Several people came to my aid after the incident, and I was rushed to Howard University Hospital, where I received excellent care. I am posting this is a general notice to friends and family, as I am currently without a phone or laptop (or ID or bank cards), as I have been for more than 48 hours.

The attack occurred while I was taking a few moments to enjoy some peace and quiet on the wooden pedestrian bridge that connects Kingman and Heritage Islands to the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail and the new “The Fields” complex of sport and recreation facilities adjacent to RFK stadium. I had stopped on the bridge to observe a crane in the water and to reflect for a few moments before heading off for some errands during the remainder of Saturday afternoon.

The perpetrator came up from behind me and knocked me down with a hard sucker punch to the side of my face, and he then jumped on top of me and continued his ruthless assault on my face and body. I honestly don’t remember much after that because I was beaten unconscious. I gradually regained consciousness only to find myself laying in a pool of my own blood.

I am fortunate that several people came to my aid really quickly. They sacrificed their own clothing to help stop my bleeding and went out of their way to direct police and EMTs to the scene. My injuries, thankfully, are relatively minor – lacerations to my face, mouth, and lips, and some damage to my teeth and jaw that may require surgery. 

Speaking and eating are bit inhibited at the moment. And as result of head trauma, I am suffering serious headaches and lack of mental focus. And for the robbery, all of my bank and credit cards, my license and my work ID, my cell phone, and my shoulder bag with my laptop and other personal items were all stolen. Heck, even my glasses were taken.

It may be a week or so before I am back online.Having been assaulted three times – twice during daylight hours, once while existing my office building, and once while riding on public transit – I have really lost any faith in the ability of this city to maintain a baseline level of safety and security for its citizens.

I hate to say it, but I don’t feel all that comfortable walking around outside anymore. And I am not sure what I am going to do about that. And having promoted Kingman Island to friends and neighbors for years now, I feel I must dial back my enthusiastic support for the place and the new development happening at RFK.

My unfortunate experience is borne out by the crime stats for Kingman Park generally. (I only wished I had checked the stats before visiting yesterday!) If you visit Kingman Island or check out the new amenities at The Fields at any time — even on a sunny Saturday afternoon — remain alert and vigilant at all times, go with a group, and maintain a safe distance from strangers or people you don’t know, or else you too might end up laying in a puddle of your own blood, begging for help, and asking for answers in a city that has none.