Colin Flaherty on WVON “urban” radio. It gets dicey.
White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America and how the media ignore it.
A new book from Washington Post-award winning writer Colin Flaherty
Race riots are back.
Along with racial violence.
You didn’t hear about it?
The Midwest state fair with a “Beat Whitey Night?” Or the Black Beach Week that turns a town into “living hell?” Or the school principal who blamed Asian students for being racist after suffering years of abuse?
These criminal episodes go by different names: Flash mobs, flash robs, black on white crime, or as one social worker put it: Kids just “blowing off steam.”
Anything except what they are: Racial violence.
Now for the first time, a new book breaks the code of silence on the explosion of racial violence in more than 50 cities since 2010. All “impeccably documented,” says the Houston Examiner.
“A must read,” says the Sevier County News.
“Great book,” says the Arsenal of Freedom. “Real interesting.”
“Now it is all on YouTube, making it harder to deny,” said best selling author John Stryker Meyer. “This is an important and penetrating book about a big problem. Read it. Pass it around. Send it to a local talk show host or, better still, a reporter.”
This new and updated second edition is available in paperback at Amazon and for your favorite e-readers.
Now an Amazon Top 40 True Crime best seller. Also, at this web site we are posting some of the latest episodes of racial violence — along with their deniers.
Ready for the Quiz?
After thousands of black people stormed through South Philadelphia hurting and almost killing people, which University Medical Center hired a community organizer who said the rioters were just “blowing off some steam.”
After a crowd of 50 – 100 black people robbed a store, then beat up 10 picnickers at a nearby Fourth of July party, why did the police refuse to take a report?
Which state fair had a “beat whitey night?”
The largest race riot in the country happens every year on Memorial Day. Last year, 300,000 black people visited what town for a week, creating what the mayor called a living hell, complete with shootings and other mayhem?
After Asian students complained of years of physical abuse from black students, which high school principal gave Asian students a flyer describing how they should act so as to avoid antagonizing the black students?
Why did Peoria have more than a dozen race riots in less than a year?
Ever see a race riot play itself out on Twitter? You will.
Warning this information will change the way you look at the news and the world.
”You take the blue pill – the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill – you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.” -Morpheus
About the Author.
Colin Flaherty’s work and by-line has appeared in over 1000 newspapers and magazines around the world, including the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Miami Herald, San Diego Union Tribune, Time Magazine, and others, including:
San Diego Union-Tribune.
“It is abundantly clear that Kelvin Wiley would still be locked up were it not for the efforts of an investigative reporter acting on his own, Colin Flaherty, who dug for the facts that should have been seeking to prove Wiley’s guilt or innocence.”
Los Angeles Times
“Time and time again, Flaherty’s investigation, which he detailed in an article for the weekly San Diego publication The Reader last fall, raised issues about DiGiovanni’s credibility and the thoroughness of the investigation into the incident.”
San Diego Business Journal
“Colin Flaherty was one of the best reporters I’ve ever worked with. He was a total bulldog with great sources. If I could assemble a dream-team reporting staff, Colin would be on it!”
San Diego Business Journal