Racial violence bursting out all over.
Wait till you see the story in Rochester: Black on asian violence happens for years — and it finally gets so bad that not even the local media could ignore it much longer.
In the meantime, here are some links.
Something new: Come on by and check out Taleeb Starkes, Wed, night at 8.
For people who have read White Girl Bleed a Lot, or people who have followed my stories, Taleeb is no stranger. He is the author of the groundbreaking book, The Uncivil War.
And he has a lot of interesting things to say about race, racial violence and denial. So check it out here by clicking here, and check out the trailer below.
You can even watch it here, if you want:
That is why these videos are important: They fight the Big Lie the only way we can. With the truth.
This is not normal. this is happening. And we cannot wait for the press to figure it out.
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Another letter from Baltimore:
Sadly, the Baltimore bus story does not surprise me in the least.
I used to live in Baltimore (circa 2003-2005), and as a white woman, it was pretty clear that I was not welcome on the bus.
Once I had a group of three twenty-something woman force me off, and on another occasion I had a woman (black) sitting behind me tell her friend she was going to follow “white girl” (me) off the bus wherever I got off and beat me up (she did not).
My offense? Paying my fare and riding quietly on the bus.On a separate occasion we had to have police meet us at the final station, as a black woman was threatening another white woman for daring to sit down in the seat adjacent to hers without asking permission first.The bus drivers did nothing to intervene in any of these instances.
This letter is in reaction to this crazy story out of Baltimore:
First the story, then the letter.
I just wanted to say thank you the amazing work you are doing in this area. I also appreciate your being one of the few eloquent voices speaking truth to stupid today about this painful issue we all deal with every day.
This sort of thing is so commonplace in our society and what’s worse…it’s tolerated and acceptable by a vast majority. All of this only hurts humanity and keeps us from the peace that most of the human race long for on a daily basis.
I’m sorry to say I live in Baltimore (born and raised) and my family and I experience this type of thing every single day.
I was also a victim of something similar happening to me as a teenager. I was attacked by a gang of black kids, while coming home from middle school on public transportation.
And of course got nowhere when going to police, and the MTA for justice. It’s really sad this has been tolerated for so long and our rights are pretty much taken away.
Yet, we have to be so sensitive in our manner of speech, behavior, while others take liberties that no person should be able to take and inflict serious injury on other human beings.
Anyway, I just wanted to say thanks again. I’ve seen very few journalists and writers with the chops to speak out on this issue and it makes me happy to know that you are on the case.
Hopefully, this will open people’s eyes and create an opportunity for us to address this injustice. Well done sir, take care and God bless Colin.
Black mob violence is no surprise to this reader. Or anyone who read White Girl Bleed a Lot.
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