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'Don't Make the Black Kids Angry': The hoax of black victimization and those who enable it. Paperback – February 23, 2015
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Thomas Sowell: "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." -
Sean Hannity: White Girl Bleed a Lot "has gone viral."
Allen West: "At least author Colin Flaherty is tackling this issue (of racial violence) in his new book, White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore it."
From Town Hall
by Jack Kerwick
Colin Flaherty, the author of the best-seller, White Girl Bleed A lot, has once again revealed his heroism in his latest, Don't Make the Black Kids Angry.
Not since Ilana Mercer's, Into the Cannibal's Pot, have we witnessed such steely resolve in reckoning with the great unmentionable evil of black criminality and violence.
Don't Make the Black Kids Angry consists of 511 pages, 944 endnotes, and a super abundance of references to videos meticulously documenting over 1,000 instances of black mob violence spanning just the last few years.
From Front Page Mag
He concludes: "Now those folks are dangerous."
Colin Flaherty is a national treasure. It is at our peril that we neglect his Don't Make the Black Kids Angry.
From the web site of Colonel Allen West:
From the Author
Black people are relentless victims of relentless white violence, often at the end of a badge -- for No Reason What So Ever.
War on black people, anyone?
Black crime and violence against whites, gays, women, seniors, young people and lots of others is astronomically out of proportion.
It just won't quit. Neither will the excuses. Or the denials. Or the black on white hostility. Or those who encourage it.
That is what 'Don't Make the Black Kids Angry' is about.
In 2013, more and more people began to figure out that the traditional excuses -- jobs, poverty, schooling, whatever -- for black crime and mayhem were not really working any more.
Now they have a new excuse. The ultimate excuse: White racism is everywhere. White racism is permanent. White racism explains everything.
And what really happened.
* You will read about a young mother with two children who found a group of black people burglarizing her home. After she called police, large groups of black people taunted, harassed, vandalized, threatened, and finally burned down her house.
All while police shrugged their shoulder and said there was not much they could do. Hard to believe, you'll get a link to this 911 call, and you can hear it for yourself.
* You'll learn about the massive black on Asian violence against more than 1000 recent Asian immigrants that city officials blamed on Asian naivette and said that was not unusual because it happens to all immigrants.
* You'll read about about 40,000 black people destroying a tourist town because some said they "did not feel welcome."
* We'll see examples of widespread black mob violence in small towns. And in bigger places where people pride themselves on racial tolerance.
And what about the virulent black mob violence on Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, even Christmas. We'll see how widespread that is, how it has been happening for a long time.
And all the time will see how local media deny, ignore, condone, encourage, even lie about it.
* We'll visit college campuses, where students are soft targets. We'll learn how black student groups hate it when school records show that violent crime and robbery in and around campus is a black thing.
* We document large scale black mob violence at movie theaters and malls. And observe the enormous difference between what they say happened, and what the video show really happened.
* We'll see how black on white racial hostility in taught in thousands of schools around the country. How children learn that white racism is everywhere. All the time. And explains everything.
* We'll go into the inner chambers of the Society of Professional Journalists, and how they tell their members how to cover black crime and violence: Don't.
* We'll take a look at Black History Month, and how it is remembered with violence and denial.
* And we will meet the victims, one after another.
And more and more and more examples of black mob violence from around the country until denial is no longer an option.
All written without racism. Or rancor. Or apologies.
My work has appeared in more than 1000 news sites around the world, including the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, San Diego Union-Tribune, NPR and many, many more.
My story on how a black man was unjustly convicted of trying to kill his white girl friend resulted in his release from state prison. And was featured on NPR and Court TV.
Don't Make the Back Kids Angry breaks new ground, with new stories of black mob violence and black on white crime.
When you are finished, you might have some causes and solutions, but you will definitely have no reason to deny the existence of this epidemic of crime and violence.
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As a 24 year old in college, I was to choose a school where I wanted to complete my student teaching. I was told that I would be sent to a school where Middle School students with behavior problems were assigned. This special school was located in an African American neighborhood. As someone who has honorably served in the military with people of all races, I was completely colorblind. I wanted to make sure I would have an easy transition into teaching, so I became a substitute teacher to see which school would be the best fit for my upcoming career. I applied to the school where I was told I would be sent, and tried it out. I walked into the classroom and greeted the African American teacher. She told me she would have to step out, and as I tried to introduce myself, one of the students turned out the lights and threw chairs across the classroom aimed at me. I heard many derogatory expletives referring to me as the white man, as the students threw many chairs at me. I hid under the table and was pleading for the students to stop. After a few minutes, I was screaming for help. As the teacher arrived after those 5 minutes, she was smiling as if it were funny. This was my indoctrination.
As I've read and have seen videos by Colin Flaherty, he speaks and shows evidence of the similar incidents of black mob violence. I can relate, and 26 years later have seen many incidents that are taboo to speak of in the media. The reality is hidden. Thank you Colin for exposing the violence in an unbiased way without racism, rancor, and without apologies.
I'm not young. I'm 68 and a retired Military Veteran. I served with people of all races and religious backgrounds. I don't consider myself prejudiced. I respect all people. However, my eyes have been opened to the hatred being taught in inner cities all over the country, no check that. All over the world were whites are confronted by Blacks. It seems most of this violence is not being done by military veterans. Maybe we've learned to be more tolerant.
Colin Flaherty gives details about "The Knockout Game" which we're supposed to believe is a figment of the white populations imagination. Except he can provide documented evidence. He also gives details and specific information of Black Mob violence all over the nation. Most of this violence is not reported by the news media. He even includes links to video clips. (Note: Most of these clips were on YouTube. YouTube now has a policy of not permitting video of Black on White violence like The Knockout Game and Black Mob Violence. Clips of this nature have been removed so the links are broken.)
Flaherty points out that there are many apologists ready and willing to overlook the behavior highlighted in this books. According to Liberals, White people deserve these attacks and this senseless violence because of 400 years of slavery. (I have never owned a slave and neither have any of my ancestors, so why blame me?)
This book is definitely a "Must Read". "Don't Make The Black Kids Angry" is a warning to the segment of the populace that isn't aware of this wide spread violence.
Get a copy and read it and have your eyes opened to a danger our elected officials, from the President on down are ignoring.
Which is not to say that it isn't a good book. It is exceptionally well written, with an amazing 915 footnotes and links to supporting information. Maybe one or two spelling mistakes in a 468 page book, an insignificant number to say the least.
The problem is, the book is so good it's depressing. Page after page after page of assaults, rapes, murders of whites. Malls eventually destroyed from repeated black riots, lives destroyed in a hundred different ways. He even mentioned a violent crime in a location near where my daughter lives. I put down the book (Kindle, actually) and texted her to stay the hell away from that place.
So why only four stars? Because out of all the excellent writing, two phrases really stuck in my mind: "White nationalists are sick," and the line about "some clown" distributing fliers about starting a white neighborhood watch. It breaks my heart that the writer regresses to disparaging white people who actually want to do something about the problem, rather than just sitting around bitching to each other about how awful things are.
Buy the book anyway.