| White Girl Bleed A Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It (paperback, 398 pages) by Colin Flaherty is the only book that dares to document the recent epidemic of black mob violence. Denial is not an option any more. Many of these cases are now on YouTube. See it with your own eyes and draw your own conclusions. The author provides QR codes that readers can scan in order to follow the black mob violence on video as they read about it in the book. For
the first time, readers will be able to see the huge difference between
what big city newspapers say is happening and what the videos show is
Racial violence is back. Along with widespread racial crime – even
riots. In hundreds of episodes in more than 80 cities since 2010, groups
of black people have been roaming the streets of America – assaulting,
intimidating, stalking, threatening, vandalizing, stealing, shooting,
stabbing, even raping and killing. In cities big and small. In ways
expected and unexpected. But local media and public officials are
Today it is at epidemic levels in almost every city in the country.
The list of cities under attack is long and getting longer – with some
cities suffering dozens of attacks in the last few years alone. Beat Whitey Night,
the Knockout Game, flash mobs, flash robs, and black-on-white crime are
evidence of the persistent racial violence in modern-day American. More
shocking, though, is the willingness of authority figures and the media
to deny, ignore, explain away, or even condone this violence.
Crime is colorblind, says a Milwaukee police chief. Race is not
important, a Chicago newspaper editor assures us. That denies the
obvious: America is the most race-conscious society in the world. We
learn that every day from black caucuses, black teachers, black unions,
black ministers, black colleges, black high schools, black music, black
moguls, black hair business owners, black public employees, black art,
black names, black poets, black inventors, black soldiers, black police
officers. We learn it in stories written by members of the National
Association of Black Journalists. We talk about everything except black
mob violence and lawlessness. That is Taboo. Result: few know about it and fewer still are talking about it.
Where was the mainstream media coverage of these events:
- Des Moines, Iowa
at the Iowa State Fair, no less – during what one cop called Beat Whitey
- Peoria, Illinois as many as nine race riots in 2011
alone – right in the middle of Middle America.
- Milwaukee on the
Fourth of July, after looting a nearby convenience store, a crowd of
nearly 100 blacks set upon some white teens on a picnic. After beating
one white woman, a black woman noted, “Oh white girl bleed a lot.”
- Wisconsin State Fair is probably the most explicit and public hate
crime anyone has seen in years. Hundreds of black people roamed the
fairgrounds, targeting white people for violence.
You didn’t hear about that?