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Philadelphia. One Day.


and then,

Clerk injured in 7-Eleven robbery in Olney |

2 more arrests in 7-Eleven robbery, assault |

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      Well when their parents named them such names they pretty much guaranteed their kids would live a life of crime. I used to be a retail manager in Exton and this is exactly the stereotype that would come into my store and steal time and time again and then try to make it about race when I had them arrested. I have been spit on in the past while trying to stop theft and at one point a black man raised his fist towards my pregnant stomach. That was the only time I backed off. So sick of the welfare “I’m owed something” mentality a segment of our society seems to have. Rather than work for anything they steal from others.

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        sakisha  GracieW

        First of all gracie what u name ur child dont have **** to do with whatt they will become I’m sorry that u were a viticm of any crime. But u need to watch what you say. You sound uneducated and a racist. Anybody could had violated you but it just happen to be an African American, However all race does crime and your race has done some horrible crimes so no need to point any fingers. The crime just need to stop period


WhiteGirl_300x250_01Brooklyn black mob violence. Again.

Remember December? Kings Plaza? 400 black people going “berserk?”

Happened again. Yesterday. A preview of a story at WND.

Officials vowed to get tough after the last episode of black mob violence at Kings Plaza mall in Brooklyn a few days after Christmas.

So they banned teenagers from the mall unless they were accompanied by an adult.

That lasted two days. “We ask that they respect the center’s code of conduct while visiting the center,” mall owners pleaded after relenting.

This week, they returned: Hundreds of black people running, fighting, creating mayhem at the Kings Plaza Mall.

The local CBS news dutifully downplayed the violence and the central organizing feature of the perpetrators. They were black.

“It was just a bunch of kids misbehaving, causing havoc in the mall and stuff like that,” Shawn Reece said to the CBS reporter. “They play manhunt you know just having fun but I guess it got a little bit out of hand.”

But local web sites were not quite eager to overlook the obvious. Not this time. Over at, the locals were in an uproar:

“I can’t believe there was not more publicity on this,” said one resident. “Flatbush avenue was a mob scene. Traffic backed up to the entrance of the belt parkway with mobs of teenagers everywhere. I couldn’t believe my eyes. My normal commute home took an additional hour because I couldn’t get past the mall. They need to shut down this crime magnet ASAP!!”

Even in the hipster haven of Brooklyn, where diversity is celebrated daily, more and more people are staring to wonder not why black people were acting out. But why so many others were so eager to ignore it.

“Everyone says young kids, youths, teens. No one is pointing out that the race of these youths is black which is a cause for concern because the neighborhood is mixed. If it were Asians doing this the media would’ve made the observation by now. Why is the news not reporting?”

News outlets have displayed a bit of reluctance reporting racial violence in this area. In October, across the street from Kings Mall, 10 “teenagers” beat up a white couple, shouting racial epithets as they punched and kicked them.

It took the Daily News six days to report the story. And when it did, their reporters decided it was nothing much anyway: ““It’s not just a black and white thing,” a person who lives near the violence told the News. “It’s stupid teenagers thinking they can do whatever they want.”

Despite the presence of racial slurs, no one was charged with a hate crime.

Like the last riot, the people responsible for the mayhem were considerate enough to broadcast their intentions on Twitter and Facebook. This time people listened.


At 2 p.m., Queen Dimplez put out an alert on Google +: “Warning: If you are going to KP also known as Kings Plaza don’t go. On Facebook people are talking about they gonna trash KP and start a rampage.”

Soon after another rampage began: This one on Twitter from people who were at the mall during the latest civil disturbance: “Literally just escaped from 500 kids ready to attack at the fucking kings plaza,” said Erica Barone.

Then Jalen Barone piped in: “Pretty sure it was a riot. Everyone was closing their stores, screaming too, mobs of kids running. Cops everywhere.”

This violence seemed more subdued than the December escapades when the New York Post said “thugs looted and ransacked a number of stores in a melee that was caught on video.” Nor did any video of the mayhem make its way to any of the usual sites that clamor for moving pictures of black mob violence.

One person was arrested. And mall officials congratulated themselves for having a security plan in place to prevent damage to stores and harm to shoppers.

They might have won the battle, but others wonder if they are losing the war. Dozens of malls around the country are empty and crumbling, testimony to one obvious piece of truth: No place of business can survive if it is the site of frequent and predictable episodes of racial violence.

“Officials and store owners realize with more bad press, anyone who would have given Kings Plaza a last chance, would definitely leave for good,” said one Brooklynite at Sheepshead. I’m past that point and if I have to do any shopping in store, it’ll be in Manhattan.”

Sheepshead Bites » Blog Archive BREAKING: Heavy Police Presence At Kings Plaza Mall, Rumors Of Another Teen Flash Mob » Sheepshead Bay News Blog

Brooklyn mall lifts ban on teens after post-Christmas flash mob trouble – NY Daily News

New: Black mob in Brooklyn attacks young couple.

One Arrested As Teens Run Wild Inside Kings Plaza Mall « CBS New York



These are just some of the hundreds of examples of racial violence and lawlessness in more than 80 cities around the country as documented in my book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America.

Thomas Sowell said : ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.

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White Girl Bleed a Lot -- Knockout Game edition

White Girl Bleed a Lot — Knockout Game edition

Black Mob Violence in KC. Volume 162.

They just can’t get it right in Kansas City:


Police chief pledges crackdown on ‘few deviants’ at Country Club – KCTV5

Preview of a story at WND.


Congressman Emmanuel Cleaver tried to warn them: “All we are going to do is make a lot of black kids angry,” he said last summer when the city council in Kansas City extended the curfew.

Cleaver was right: This weekend the angry kids returned. So did the black mob violence the curfew was supposed to stop.

By now, locals know black mob violence at Country Club Plaza is a Kansas City tradition. Or even a rite of passage: Hundreds of black people go to the plaza and fight, destroy property, invade surrounding businesses, stop traffic, defy police, threaten tourists, get pepper sprayed, stay out past curfew, hurt people, blame it on the cops, then go home. And next week, or the week after, do it again.

For five years it has been a “perrenial problem.” The latest episode was not much different than the others. About 150 black people left a nearby movie theater, and soon after started fighting.

KCTV 5 news talked to a few of the local business owners: “Those working and enjoying the Plaza Saturday night described a chaotic scene with high-school age kids running through the streets and police rushing to the scene. “It’s kind of a growing problem,” said Kelly Griffin, a manager at Brio Tuscan Grille.

“John Szudarski, another manager at the restaurant, said he would like to see a further crackdown to avoid even more problems.”

“I’ve seen lots of things happen where they push people down in the street. They walk across our patio and knock people’s drinks over. They are not very courteous kids,” he said.”

The local web site Tony’s Kansas City has seen it all before: “Flash mob season starts early,” he said. One of his visitors remembers it as well: “I used to run a store on the plaza but left due to this sort of thing,” said visitor to his Tony’s site. “It kills your business. I’m glad I relocated outside the City limits. Business has been much better. People seem willing to drive to an environment where they feel safe.”

Now the police chief said he is going to get tough on the lawbreakers, whom he called “a few deviants.”

The chief’s tough talk is a return to the how the city first dealt with the violence five years ago. When that did not work, they got a new police chief. When that didn’t work, they got a new mayor in 2011.

Mayor Sly James promised he would have the black mob violence under control within six months. It just got worse: He even saw it first hand when shots were fired within 50 yards of him when he was on the Plaza three years ago.

Finally they tried the curfew. The riots kept on keeping on.

Last summer, the city sent a “community outreach organization” into the Plaza to ask the teens “what do you need?”

“What they are doing now is not going to do any good at all,” said one teenager to Fox News. “They are going to do it regardless,” she said of the violence.

The black teenagers told Fox they did not like being targeted. Did not like being told what to do. And they needed more places to have parties. The city actually tried that too. But unfortunately, said KCTV 5 news: “that has met with limited success.”

So the riots continue.

Few lawbreakers are arrested or ticketed. Last weekend, three people received citations. The chief said that is going to increase and he does not care what color the lawbreakers are.

Most of the news stories about black mob violence at the Country Club Plaza refer to the rioters as “teens.” But last year, when a city councilman objected to the fact that the only black people were receiving tickets for curfew violations, that opened up local media for a rare admission:

“The fact that a lot of the teens that congregate here on the Plaza just to hang out are black teenagers has largely been an implied or unmentioned fact,” said Micheal Mahoney, a local TV reporter with Channel 9 news. “The big deal on this is the issue of black teenagers down here on the plaza and a year round curfew is something that has been hinted at. Implied. Whispered about.”

And, of course, documented here at WND and in White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It.

Lisa Benson, a reporter for the local NBC affiliate and a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, covered the latest mayhem. “In the past, council member Jermaine Reed has suspected racism in the enforcement of the city’s Entertainment District curfew,” she said. “But Saturday’s disruption was not a curfew violation; it was simply bad behavior.”

Maybe white racism is driving this black mob violence. Maybe it was not. Either way, Councilman Reed understands: “We know that our young people aren’t welcomed in certain places in this city; and it’s important that you act accordingly where ever you are,” Reed said.

Benson may have satisfied herself that that the people creating chaos were not victims of racial injustice. And the police were not perpetrators of it. But if there was any concern for the victims — tourists, pedestrians, business owners, residents — of this racial violence, it was not mentioned in her report.

The Kansas City Star wants no part of the racial angle on this story. No matter what Cleaver and Reed say. The Star also disables reader comments for stories that involve racial conflict. Including this one. Especially this one.

But other news outlets are more open to letting their readers open up about the Plaza. And they often say what the reporters cannot — or will not. As did Donovan Tozier last summer at the KMBC site:

“Well I work by the plaza and I can tell you I have never seen a group of white kids running around causing problems, I have not seen a group of Hispanic kids running around causing problems. That goes for Chinese, Korean, or every other race out there. You want to make it a race thing so I am going to call it like I see it.
 “This issue revolves completely around our young black youth. Getting in large groups and running the sidewalks jumping around acting immature is not what the plaza needs or wants as real shoppers are trying to enjoy a night out.
 “I don’t blame anyone for avoiding the Plaza when this happens, it is not a safe environment when hundreds of out of control children are running around.”

Said another visitor to the same site:

“I had to cross the Plaza last summer going home from babysitting, and while sitting at a stoplight I was shouted at, called names, and had my car beaten on by these hooligans. They were ALL black. These are the type of situations that worsen the already tense race relations in this city. The problems on the Plaza are with BLACK teenagers. Call it what you will – since there are no white teens causing the problems. This is a problem for anyone who enjoys the Plaza – so we all get to suffer because of the lack of parenting of these black delinquents.”




Teen curfew sparks talk of race, The Plaza | Local News – KMBC Home

Some KC black mob violence links:

New: Kansas City Black Mob Violence — a tradition. – White Girl Bleed a Lot, Knockout Game, black on white crime.


Two Weeks in September | FrontPage Magazine

Articles: Rough Times in Kansas City

The history of black mob violence in Kansas City 2010 to present.

Police blamed for black crime spree


These are just some of the hundreds of examples of racial violence and lawlessness in more than 80 cities around the country as documented in my book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America.

Thomas Sowell said : ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.

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Another Knockout Game. This one on video in Cambridge.

This video will not embed. But here is a link.

Three victims.

Cambridge police seek suspect who punched two in head | Local News – WCVB Home

If you think Cambridge is some kind of peaceful home for hippies and Harvard students, think again: Lots of stuff happening there.


Lots going on out there.

These are just some of the hundreds of examples of racial violence and lawlessness in more than 80 cities around the country as documented in my book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America.

Thomas Sowell said : ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.

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Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Black people attack older guy.

His neck is broke.

And, oh yeah, its been happening in Stamford, Connectictut for a while.


Police: Stamford High School employee Vicor Eng brutally assaulted by 4 teens, 1 arrested – News 12 Connecticut

Elderly woman assaulted, robbed at Stamford mall – StamfordAdvocate

Stamford school employee attacked; 1 suspect arrested |

Son of elderly “knockout” victim at Stamford mall speaks out – Stamford

Off-Duty Stamford Cop Breaks Up Attack; Juvenile Arrested | The Stamford Daily Voice

Gang Terrorizes Immigrants In Connecticut | Fox News Latino

Police: Stamford High School employee Vicor Eng brutally assaulted by 4 teens, 1 arrested – News 12 Connecticut







The one where he shoots stops the black mob violence.

This is actually better than the original.

White Girl Bleed a Lot -- Knockout Game edition

White Girl Bleed a Lot — Knockout Game edition

Best compilation of black mob violence at Florida State Fair.

It’s all here: Violence. Denial. Violence. Denial.


and … Gasp …


that is what it says at World Star Hip Hop.


WhiteGirl_300x250_01Black mob violence in Norfolk for Valentine’s Day

This is a regular feature of life at this mall.

A preview of an article at WND:


Some were surprised to hear about the black mob violence on Valentine’s Day at Victoria’s secret in Norfolk, Virginia.

Not at the violence: The Galleria at Military Circle has been the site of dozens of episodes of racial lawlessness over the last two years. Most unreported in the newspaper.

The surprise is that this mall is still open. Most of its major tenants are gone or leaving: Sears. J.C. Penney’s. DoubleTree. The big draw there now is a movie theater with cheap tickets.

More than 25 percent of the space is vacant. says the mall is a “zombie” that is really dead but just acts alive.

The latest example of black mob violence at the mall came on Valentine’s Day. A large group of people fought in the Victoria’s Secret store. One guy pulled out a gun and shot someone in the leg.

In urban lingo, shooting someone in the leg is often called “leg warming,” It is often a warning about cooperating with police or selling drugs in someone’s else’s territory. The victim’s aunt told a different story to WAVY TV:

“They were just walking in the mall and the guys came up to him and wanted to fight DaQuaun and his friend,” Towanna Stovall said. “They said, ‘No we got our kids with us.’ They basically said, ‘We don’t care whether you got your kids with you or not, we are going to do this.’ They hit my god daughter and punched her in the eye. They also jumped on DaQuan and his friend.”


On Twitter, several people said the fight started over a pair of panties. Whatever the reason, black mob violence is a regular feature of life at this mall — and others in the area.

In December, the Military Circle mall and some surrounding businesses closed early after hundreds of black people rampaged through the shopping center — fighting, destroying property, creating mayhem. And, oh yeah, that had been happening for a long time, and “something has to be done to stop the violnce,” says WTKR TV news:

“Every weekend on Friday and Saturday nights a bunch of juveniles will just swarm the malls, no intentions other than being up to no good, shoplifting, running rampant, getting into fights and just generally driving out the other traffic that comes in the mall because they don’t want to be around that,” said one store manager who did not want to be identified.


Said one shopper to WAVY TV news: “As an African-America, we can do better,” she said. “I am embarrassed that this happened.”

The Norfolk Pilot refuses to report that violence at the mall is a black thing. This is the same paper that took almost three weeks last year to report that two of its own newsroom employees were surrounded and beaten by a mob of 50 black people.

The editor said he had no evidence that violence was “racially motivated.” And anyone who suggests that a pattern of black mob violence presents evidence of some kind of racial motivation is not welcome on the pages of the Pilot:

“I have seen more posts removed for this reason on this thread than any I remember,” said one reader, even before the Valentine’s Day shootout. “Apparently the Pilot has a problem with posters who tell things as they truly are. I use to drive a mini-bus for a retirement community and many of our residents were scared to death at the mention of going to Military Circle and it wasn’t because of the prices.”

Others piled on: “Norfolk is quickly becoming the “Detroit” of Hampton Roads.”

“We were greeted with teens running rampant throughout the mall and security doing absolutely nothing.”

“I would buy a loom and make my own clothes, rather than chance it shopping at Military Circle. Too many Thugs, or people who look like thugs, roaming around. Just tear it down. I can’t think of anything you could put there to overcome this problem. Most people are afraid to shop at Military Circle. Most people are afraid to even get out of their cars.”

The mall is also the scene of frequent violence and theft in the parking lot and nearby bus stops. Police report 800 calls for service to the mall last year.

At Google and Yelp, reviewers warned newcomers to the area to stay away because it is not safe: “Ghetto really is the word,” said one reviewer at Google +. “The shops are either closed, dilapidated or designed for low income people. My best advice for shopping is to leave Norfolk.”

And the comments on Twitter were so explicit about identifying the race of the people involved at the mall, WAVY TV said it could not even repeat most of them. This is about the closest you can get: “It wouldn’t be Vday if someone didn’t get shot in Military Circle Mall.”

Angelia Williams represents the area on the Norfolk City Council. She blames the mall landlord for the violence: The owners “don’t know the area and are just in it for the dollars and cents.”

Some tenants also say the mall needs to do more special events. The day after the shooting, did sponsor a major promotion to celebrate Black History Month. Last year, a store sponsored a “boy band” called Mindless Behavior. The autograph signing attracted several hundred black people.

Other malls in the Norfolk area also have a problem with black mob violence. In nearby Newport News at the Patrick Henry Mall, five teens were arrested in a “huge mall brawl,” 14 months ago. Just one of several there.

One local mall that seems to have escaped some of the recent racial chaos is the MacArthur Mall in downtown Norfolk. In 2009, after a series of violence incidents with “unsupervised youth” the mall banned anyone under the age of 18 from entering unless they were accompanied by someone 21 years or older.

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From Military Circle mall in Norfolk:


White Girl Bleed a Lot -- Knockout Game edition

White Girl Bleed a Lot — Knockout Game edition

These are just some of the hundreds of examples of racial violence and lawlessness in more than 80 cities around the country as documented in my book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America.

Thomas Sowell said : ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.

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WhiteGirl_300x250_01New: Black History Month starts with a bang of Knockout Games and Black Mob Violence

A preview of an article At FrontPageMag

The black press have moved on. So have the daily newspapers. So we don’t hear that much about the Knockout Game today. Members of the National Association of Black Journalists do not want to talk about it — other than to say it is a myth.

But the Knockout Game continues. As does black mob violence and black on white crime — including several examples in the last several days, the first few days of Black History Month.

The latest comes from Cleveland, where we learned for the first time that recent black mob violence directed against a disabled army veteran is just the latest of many examples of  “more violent teens running around the heart of downtown Cleveland.”

This time Matt Robinson was the victim. Robinson was riding a bus through Cleveland when a group of eight black people surrounded him, taunted him, threatened him.

When he left the bus, they followed. The Fox affiliate picks up the story with an account from Robinson: “What they were saying was, ‘Knock that boy out!’ ‘White boy.’ ‘Cracker.’ They were saying, ‘Knock that white boy out.'”

Robinson said they also videotaped the attack.

Robinson is alive. Three suspects are in custody. And search as you might, you are not going to find stories in the major news outlets in Cleveland that refer to prior black mob violence downtown — or anywhere else. Though many are documented in White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It.

Even if most reporters are seemingly not aware of the racial violence, their readers are: “This has been going on at the Square for decades,” said Bob McKenney  and others in reaction to the story of the disable veteran who was a victim of racial violence. “Young blacks doing their thang.”

In the New York area, enthusiasm for the Knockout Game is waning in the newsrooms. But on the streets, it is as popular as ever.

In Hoboken, the Hudson Reporter carried a story about a white man on Sinatra drive: “As he was walking, he was struck once on the left side of his face by a man he could only describe as African-American and 5 feet 10 inches tall, said the police report. Another man was with the alleged perpetrator. The victim fell to the ground, and apparently asked his attacker why he had assaulted him, to which the assailant only said, “What are you going to do about it?”

He did the only thing he could: Stayed down until his attackers left. Then he went to a doctor who he told him he had “several facial fractures that would require surgery.”

In September, local media reported another example of the Knockout Game in the same town. That one was fatal when three black people beat up a homeless person. The media said it was a “prank.”

In Brooklyn, the site of widespread attention for the dozens of examples of black mob violence directed against Orthodox Jews — many documented in White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It —  the latest case of the Knockout Game received scant notice outside of the Jewish press. But the Israel National News covered it:

“A young yeshiva student was attacked as he was on his way home. He was attacked just a few feet from the entrance to his home. He struck the Jewish man several times on his head, without saying a word, the student said later. Eventually the student lost consciousness and fell down on the sidewalk. He regained consciousness to find himself lying face down on the cold sidewalk. Amazingly, his attacker was still there.”

He left when a neighbor came to the stricken man’s aid, running into a nearby building. Police said they could not go into the building and look for the alleged assailant because the victim was not able to identify him.

Local religious leaders said they were not going to put up with this any more and they wanted more police protection from the relentless violence.

Which is pretty much what they said after the other dozens of racial attacks in their neighborhood over the last two years.

Tampa had a two-fer over the weekend. While hundreds rallied in Miami to remember the death of Trayvon Martin and to vow to work together to prevent more white on black violence, the Tampa area was the scene of several cases of black mob violence and black on white crime.

One big one: That was at the Florida State Fair. Hundreds of black people fought, destroyed property, attacked police, robbed an old lady in a wheelchair, attacked other fair goers, and overwhelmed the best efforts of dozens of police to stop the riot and the violence.

Eventually 99 people were kicked out of the fair for violence, 97 of them were black — including one who was hit and killed by a car when he tried to walk across a nearby interstate freeway.

It took days for the local media to identify the extent and severity of the violence, who was responsible, and how the violence had become a regular feature of life at the fair over the past several years.

Across the bay in St. Petersburg, black mob violence erupted again on the Pinellas hiking and biking trail. A resident of the area breaks it down. “I live in Clearwater close to Tampa and ALL the local news outlets were falling all over themselves to point out it was just some rambunctious teens,” he said of the black mob violence at the State Fair.  “Meanwhile 4 more people were mugged on the Pinellas Trail and had their phones, bikes, and wallets stolen by – you guessed it – some more “youths.””

The Clearwater resident was referring to the proclivity of local media to identify suspects in black mob attacks and black on white crime as “youths.”

In less than a week, there were at least three examples of racial violence on the trial.  Part of a pattern of more than a dozen over the last two years in St. Petersburg. Black mob violence on hiking and biking trails throughout the country is a regular feature for some trail users in Durham, North Carolina; Washington, D.C., Seattle, Washington, and now St. Petersburg.

In Rochester, New York this week, 100 black students rioted and fought with police at Frederick Douglass high school and junior high until a few dozen police were able to break it up with pepper spray. Then a fire alarm went it off and they went outside and did it again. Seven were arrested. Two students were tasered. And many students were treated for exposure to pepper spray.


Parents and students says violence is an every day fact of life at this predominantly black school.

Outside the school, Rochester is the site of regular and frequent and intense black mob violence, documented in FrontPageMag in a recent article called: Black Mob Violence in Rochester: Get Used To It | FrontPage Magazine.

Johnson City, Tennessee is the kind of place where people try to get away from what they think are big city problems. But black mob violence happens in small towns too. Places like Peoria, Illinois. Springfield, Missouri. Greensboro, North Carolina  — known for it proximity to the mythical home of Andy of Mayberry.

Now Matthew Brookshire and Johnson City are on the list as well. Over the weekend, a pedestrian found Brookshire unconscious on the street. Bleeding. The Johnson City Press reported the details, as spare as they were:

“There were witnesses to the attack that reportedly involved several black men who assaulted Brookshire then ran off.“He was waiting to cross the road and the black males, one of them hit him in the head,” said Katelyn Breeding, the woman who found Brookshire. Then a witness saw Brookshire go down and hit his head on the ground. There he was surrounded by the mob who punched him and kicked him in the face, said WJHL TV News.

Breeding saw the black mob leaving the scene. They were laughing and joking and “They were jumping up and down saying phrases like ‘we got him. We beat him.’”

And oh yeah, Brookshire is in critical condition.

However much he has left of it, Brookshire’s left will be forever changed as a result of his encounter with black mob violence.

Toya Winder had her life changing experience in 2010. Last week, the Ledger-Enquirer in Chattahoochee Valley, Georgia — there’s that small town thing again — published her story in a recap of black crime in the area.

Winder was beaten and robbed and almost died:

“Winder’s nose was fractured in two places, and her left eye socket broken. The whole left side of her face was smashed in, and she needed stitches in her forehead and elbow. Winder, 49, says it breaks her heart that the attackers were two young black men who appeared to be between 18 and 20 years old.”

That meant no more magical thinking for Winder:

“Before this incident, I was one of those black women saying, ‘These young black men shouldn’t go to prison. These 16-, 15- and 14-year-olds who do these crimes, they should get out, go to juvenile detention and be rehabilitated,'” she said to Ledger, while telling her story at a Muscogee County Victims Witness Assistance meeting at the Government Center. “But when you’ve got two guns in your face, and these boys standing over you saying, ‘You b—-,’ and they don’t give a damn about you … I immediately changed.”

Not everyone in Winder’s town changed.  The paper talked to J. Aleem Hud, executive director of Project Rebound Inc., an organization that aims to empower black youth. Hud says he know who is responsible for the epidemic of black crime in America: White people.

Hud said black people survived slavery by sticking to African village traditions. But that ended with school integration: “Many black children went to white schools where they were placed in special education classes, away from the nurturing of black teachers,” he said. “Desegregation disrupted the values and folkways of our community, disrupted our lifestyle, made us vulnerable to drugs,” Hud said. “And once drugs came in, it changed the entire order of the African-American community.”

He did not say it, but any Critical Race Theorist will tell you that black people may be using drugs, they may be selling drugs, but white people are the ones bringing drugs into black nieghborhoods.

Hud said the community will have to return to its roots to regain a sense of identity. That’s why he promotes the principles of Kwanzaa, an African-American holiday that’s observed in December.

In Chicago, Deonta Mackey won’t be celebrating any more Kwanzaa holidays.  When he and two of his friends say a middle aged white guy, all bundled up against the cold, pumping gas in a lower middle class neighborhood this week, they thought they had an easy mark.

A classic soft target. They did not know they were about to pull a gun and demand the valuables of an off-duty Chicago cop.

“As the sergeant handed over his wallet and other valuables, he reached for his gun and shot the gunman in his head, police said. The other two men fled the scene,” reported DNAinfo web site.

And it all happened on video.

And all this happened a few days before and after hundreds of people gathered in Miami to remember Trayvon Martin, and how, says Ebony Magazine and Daily Beast,  white fear caused his death. And the “death of countless others.”


These are just some of the hundreds of examples of racial violence and lawlessness in more than 80 cities around the country as documented in my book: White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America.

Thomas Sowell said : ”Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.” – National Review.

Get it here: