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Letter from a St. Paul School


I wanted tell a story about school violence maybe your viewers would like to hear. It’s not about me. I’ll title it Minnesota nice — until they were not.

I went to catholic elementary then to public school in 7th grade. They bused kids in from a nearby area where everybody knew you don’t go in to this area at night.

My experience was minimal with black students.  If you got caught alone in the bathroom or taking the city bus to school which came out of Selby Dale area, that was not a good situation.

There was some verbal abuse of teachers but something else went on. The black girls started attacking the popular white girls. At first, everybody ignored it.  But it began to escalate over the school year from once or  twice a month to three times a week.

Everybody new about it. Girls would tell each other stay out the second floor bathroom. Then it moved to the first floor bathroom. Then the stairwells. Then when moving from class to class.

There was  no detention because the fellas and lovely ladies had to catch their bus. Finally they attacked the wrong girl. She had brothers. It got around school that she was bleeding and  got cut.

In junior high bleeding was something that happened when you wiped out on your bicycle, not in a fight.

Well,  this was 1970s St. Paul. To put this in perspective we had 5 kids in our family and were considered a small family.

If  you were a white kid picking on another white kid you better have a good reason or be prepared for 4 or 5 of his brothers hunting you down. I had this personal experience twice.

Lots of large families, with many older and younger siblings in the same school.

My own grama Flaherty, with two sets of twins had 17 kids altogether. After the one attack word went through the school in one day to crowd in the bathrooms lunchrooms everywhere, even into the senior high which was separated by locked steel doors.

We had family in the senior high every one was to meet at the school buses after school and everybody did.  400 maybe not to fight but scare or intimidate we lined the sidewalk leading to buses. We were 25 deep. The black kids would not come out of school.

The teachers came out and were dumb founded. They didn’t have clue a what was going on.  No one was yelling or threatening just standing together. The black kids were escorted single file to their bus, one bus load at a time with their tales between their legs.

Another bus would move forward and another bus load would come out single file. This went on for three days — escorted to the bus while we lined the sidewalk. No racial slurs, nothing. We just  stood there. 

I don’t know if this story means anything but for the next three years there was no more racial hostility. When I was in senior high, my brother was in the junior high and he had no problems.

This is one of my most vivid memories. I guess we taught the world to sing in perfect harmony.

I kept it short. I could have put in a lot of other details. I worry about these young white kids in schools. They don’t have an army of brothers to help like we did when in school.

Letter from Two Minnesota Night Clubs


Yep. Growing up around Minneapolis, that bar security guy is exactly right. When living in Coon Rapids, I warned bar owners, if they started appealing to blacks, they would see violence and would be out of business within the years. Both bars were wildly popular.

The first was Time Out…

They went out of business shortly after.

The other was Coon Rapids Sports Bar and Grill. My fave bar of all time. They started playing black music and soon enough blacks started swamping them. Harassed all the women out and all the decent employees quit because they were sick of the non tipping or just flat out not paying.
Then the fights. I lost a tooth walking to my car after a bunch of blacks started attacking everyone. What was the answer to being people back? Free taco night. Yup, you’re shaking your head. More free stuff. They were out of business within months after that…

I could go on and on. I finally moved 3 hours north of that City. Lol. Within days of me moving, yes days (I moved the month this article was written), a huge black mob fight broke put at the new and very popular movie theater down the street from my old home of 20 years.

On an earlier occasion, it was set on fire. Same suspects, didn’t even hit the paper nor did the theater even bother pursuing them. I guess they didn’t want the bad publicity making a few black kids angry. After all, whites will just pay it through higher insurance premiums…

The big picture? Coon Rapids is vastly white. Only a small amount of blacks in a once quiet suburb cause incredible amounts of havoc. Less than 6% black today and this has been going on for years.,_Minnesota

Then again, blacks are about 6% of the states population yet commit half of the murders here. On a side note, 20 years ago they were soaking up over a third of our total welfare dollars.  Not once is any of this ever talked about in the media. 

Blacks are single handedly destroying this state. Minnesota “nice” thinks throwing more money at them, giving them positions of power in government (You should look at how overrepresented they are, it is insane), apologizing for their crime, etc, is somehow going to win them over to liking white people. In 30 years of this disaster, nobody has even kind of changed from this position. 

You should do a story on the collapse, rebuilding and remodeling, and then collapse and then bulldozing of the Brookdale Mall… Yep, the fellas came in. Stealing, fighting, harassing. Then they thought spending millions to remodel was the answer. Nope, demographics.

Hell, we hit national news for all the robberies happening on Coon Rapids Boulevard during the housing boom which brought in a ton of blacks due to the government just throwing loans at them.

After the foreclosures happened and those same blacks left, the robberies stopped. Weird, I just can’t get my head around it…

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.

Don't Make the Black Kids Angry Podcast by Colin Flaherty

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