Dear Colin,

My 33 yr old son was assaulted at age 12 by 3 black boys that lived near the city park.  Brooklyn Center is in the first ring suburb of Minneapolis, MN.

My son rode his bike to the nearby park to practice his tennis serve because he had just taken up tennis.  He parked his bike within the fenced area of the tennis courts.  The 3 boys went inside the courts and beat up my son then stole his bike.  My son managed to walk home.

My husband called the police directly (before we had to dial 911) and were worried about brain damage, latent effects, as they kicked him in the head.  My son said he played dead, curled up in protecting himself.  Who knows if the anxiety my son suffers today is from that incident. Adding insult to injury, the local paper police report (a sample listing of some of the crime from the past week) showed the incident as a bike stolen, no mention of the black on white crime – they buried it.

Whether a city or police, working hand in hand, they’d not want the crime known because then no one would want to live in those areas.  I understand this is a standard practice by the city, not telling the truth – as they all highlight the good going on in their city.

I had city licensure upon all of the family bicycles and provided the police with the information they did not have on file (surprise!) for the bike. (That year I stopped buying those darn licenses)  Meanwhile to our amazement, the police found the beat up bike at the local highschool.

Through their investigative work, all 3 boys were identified with one identifying the others.  We attended all three court cases.  I don’t remember the “punishment” the boys received (we were nonplused at the time), but one was restitution for the bike.  We never saw a dime… Yet again, restitution should have been emphasized on the crime against humanity, another soul, our son, not the bicycle.

Attending the court cases was an interesting experience for us as a family and we had the opportunity to speak.  My son spoke each time asking why they did it and honestly I don’t believe any of them had an answer, other than they didn’t know.  IMO, programming/conditioning/teaching has youth and adults alike doing things on autopilot.

Although it is not an excuse, group think/propaganda, influences.  The matrix has people believing reality is the way of the world with the societal institutions at the helm – naming a few – religion, medicine, education and gooberment.  What do all these have in common, they are all falsely based, made up stuff people believe.

Why hasn’t everyone recognized the definition of institution as it stands, a manmade confining box that people live by, yet try telling someone they are going to be institutionalized and they’d freak out because most don’t know they already are – That’s the matrix!

Solutions are in reinventing rather than trying to fix that which is severely broken.  If more people had less faith in the institutions, took more personal responsibility, took care of their own health, education, didn’t sign up to kill other people (aka war) etc., that controlling system would not be supported and thus, disappear.

Though unfortunately, most people do not know how to be their own person, indeed they are lost sheeple and are needing those institutions.

I’ve searched and read some of your eye-opening articles at WND.  Glad someone is presenting reality as it is since most (at all levels within the institutions) are purposely covering up the racial crimes.

The best,

CleaverA new podcast.

All over the country, if you listen, this is what you hear following an episode of black mob violence: “Oh yeah, its been happening here a long time.”

Result: Many examples of black mob violence in White Girl are just the tip of the iceberg.

 

 

 

 

Here’s the video version of this podcast:

#WhiteGirl

More people are moving into cities than ever before.

So the potential for racial conflict is also higher.

Urban pioneers suffer the most: They are victims of racial hostility and violence that the predators scarcely bother hiding.

That is what this podcast is about.

Here’s a video version…


 

 

 

 

 

And audio and video podcast.

And what kind of person robs and store — and is killed while doing it.

This kind:

 

 

White Girl Bleed a Lot Podcast. Subscribe Now.

White Girl Bleed a Lot Podcast. Subscribe Now.

Wow: You meet a lot of interesting people when you write a book. And that goes for Master Chim, aka Justin Garcia.

Garcia owns several martial arts studios in the Bronx. He also has a podcast called pressure to power.

Great talking to him about racial violence, life in the Bronx, and everything in between.

Give a listen!

The Big Lie: Black mob violence 1) does not exist, or 2) is normal.

A new video.

Thanks for sharing this.

Great meeting with Master Chim in Brooklyn and talking racial violence for an hour.

#WhiteGirl

Give it a listen, here. And let me know what you think.

White Girl Bleed a Lot Podcast. Subscribe Now.

White Girl Bleed a Lot Podcast. Subscribe Now.

 

This is from a response to my latest article about Anthony Cumia at American Thinker:

  • Dagny’s ghost • 8 minutes ago

    A few years ago I might have thought these “isolated incidents” were unfortunate, but not of consequence to my life. Until last weekend. Wanting to take my two small sons to the neighborhood pool, (gated community, gated pool), we were stopped by both an Indian neighbor and an Argentinian neighbor telling me the pool had been taken over by a rowdy party and I should avoid it. My husband and I agreed I should try as the boys were so excited.

     

    When I got there I found about 35 people, all ages from maybe 7 to 40, mostly black, for a birthday party. Rowdy was an understatement. I thought I would try and give them the benefit of the doubt, and try to share the pool. (Our community guidelines allow for four visitors). It took about 15 minutes before one of the grown men came, with goggles on, and swam intentionally under my three year old son and knocked him over as he came up out of the water. (We stayed in a corner all by ourselves) then gave me THAT look: what are you gonna do about it?
    Who does that? Why? At a birthday party for children? To a non swimming toddler??
    The anger is real, and it is being thrown at everyone. Coming to your neighborhood soon.

I wrote White Girl Bleed a Lot because of the enormous difference between what I read in local papers and what I saw on YouTube.

Now local news is starting to tamper with video as well.

Watch these two short videos of the same event: One with the faces blurred. The other not.

And tell me about the differences.

colinflahertyTransparent5Causes…

I worked in law enforcement. I now teach school.

When I first started teaching, I taught in a all black school. There were two other white teachers and three white students grades four through eight. I teach ec.

So I pull my kids from the regular room for remediation. My eighth grade group was fifteen boys…no girls. They didn’t respect me…it took three to six weeks to get full cooperation. After the first week of them doing the opposite of what I told them to do. Ignoring and cursing and talking through instructional time…

I was at my wits end. I asked them what the problem was. They didn’t behave that way with their other teachers. Well…some of the time anyway. They told me outright.

White ppl are the devil. White ppl hate us.

I asked them if I personally had showed them anything but love and kindness. They all agreed I was nice and probably cared about them. But they said they had been taught not to trust me bc Im white. I told them we could work on trust and they agreed.

Then we talked about the differences between white people and black people and the things we have in common. I let them ask me questions about white ppl. By the end of the year a couple of them were saying I was their white auntie…lol

But they learned. A few of them jumped two grade levels in one year. They were all at least three grade levels behind. These kids are taught not to trust police. ..and definitely not to trust white people. It was the same in the neighborhoods I worked in as LEO.

I visited their churches. Ate at cookouts with them. I had to hang around their neighborhood before they would trust me. It got to where anytime a crime happened they called me on duty or off to tell me who did it.

I built a good rapport with the students I had. ..which helped them learn

Teachers can’t teach students who refuse to learn. Teachers facilitate learning…thats all. The students have to do the work. If they don’t trust you…they won’t do it. Everything they hear from the time they are born is don’t trust outsiders.

Don’t trust the police. Don’t trust white people. Its almost part of their identity. It takes ppl willing to go in and disprove those beliefs. And that only works for the individual doing it. The rest of the race is not to be trusted.

The change has to start with them. They must stop separting themselves. Their leaders have to get them to start teaching respect for the police in the homes…movies…advertising. ..and respect for other races. Instead of the victim mentality they teach now for the sake of money. It will take at least a generation for it to get better if they start tomorrow.