AFP AUDIO INTERVIEW
Black mob racial violence against Whites is sweeping across the United States, but you wouldn’t know it you got your news from the mainstream media. Fortunately for those of us who have been made aware of the inherent conflicts-of-interest of the corporate-controlled media monopoly in the U.S., one reporter has uncovered the rising racism and is determined to get this information out.
Award-winning writer and author Colin Flaherty brings his new book, White Girl Bleed A Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it., forward to expose a national secret that until now could be brushed under the rug by those in positions of power whose agenda is one of convincing the country that all races are identical and to reveal race in criminal matters is, you guessed it, racist.
Flaherty discusses the motivation for writing the book and the reception he’s received from mainstream reporters and the public, in this eye-opening interview (28:10).
Unreported Racial Violence Erupting Across Country
By Dave Gahary
• Award-winning journalist writes book attempting to expose it
Black mob racial violence against Whites is sweeping across the United States, but you wouldn’t know it you got your news from the mainstream media. Fortunately for those of us who have been made aware of the inherent conflict-of-interests of the corporate-controlled media monopoly in the U.S., one reporter has uncovered the rising racism and is determined to get this information out.
Award-winning writer and author Colin Flaherty brings his new book, White Girl Bleed A Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it., forward to expose a national secret that until now could be brushed under the rug by those in positions of power whose agenda is one of convincing the country that all races are identical and to reveal race in criminal matters is, you guessed it, racist. Interestingly, Flaherty won a Best Investigative Journalist award from a story that resulted in the release of an unjustly-convicted Black man from prison.
AMERICAN FREE PRESS sat down with Flaherty for an exclusive interview and asked him what inspired him to write this book.
“[I] came across a story about an incident in a high school in South Philadelphia, a Black high school, where maybe 10% Asian students were being beaten up, every day, for years,” he said.
Flaherty noticed a pattern across the country and was curious as to why there was no mainstream media coverage and public denial of any problems with Black mob violence.
“There were riots and mob violence in Philadelphia. People were [saying], ‘This isn’t anything.’ I said, if you look at YouTube, all those people are Black. It looks like a race riot to me.”
“I showed it to other reporters, and they would go, ‘no, that’s not a race riot.’ Then it kept happening over and over and over, till finally I documented, in my latest edition, it’s got more than 500 examples of racial mob violence, against everybody really. White people, Asian people, gay people, women. Anybody who’s kind of weak and the predators can take advantage of.”
He continued, “So I just noticed it was happening all over the place, in places you wouldn’t expect it, so I thought, people gotta know about this. So that’s why I wrote the book.”
“This book does not have any opinions, it doesn’t have any over-arching theories or anything like that. It just says, ‘hey, this is happening.’”
The book also provides Internet hyperlinks to videos detailing the Black mob violence, which can be accessed for free on Flaherty’s website. In fact, what makes this book so effective and successful is its interactivity. Read the paragraph, watch the video. The camera doesn’t lie.
Flaherty elaborated on this.
“Ten years ago if somebody would’ve said all this [they would’ve said] ‘you’re making all this up.’ My attitude now is, there’s so many of these things on video, it’s hard to ignore them.”
“There’s a lot of stuff going on here in Wilmington, Camden, Philly,” explained Flaherty. “Places where you would expect it and places where you wouldn’t expect it. You have a place like Wilmington with lots of poor people, lots of Black people, and everybody says, ‘ok, well that’s just the way it is there.’ What about Peoria, Illinois, what about Indianapolis, what about Minneapolis and Seattle, Tacoma, Portland? Maybe I don’t get out enough, but I had no idea that all these places were…centers of hot, racial violence.”
“[In] Indianapolis, this month [February], there have been a dozen examples of large groups of Black people running around the downtown beating people up, and being violent and lawless.”
Although it’s clear that Black mob violence is here and perhaps here to stay, the mainstream media’s gag order on reporting the facts has led many to believe the races are living in peaceful harmony. Flaherty gets a different story from the towns he contacts and visits.
“On July the 4th I heard there was a large group of Black people on the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina,” he said. “Lawlessness, people getting tear-gassed, fighting, all this stuff. When I made calls down there, everyone’s saying, ‘oh yeah, that’s been happening here, here, here, here, here, here for a long time.’ That happens every place I go. Nobody’s reporting it. So, I just think I’m getting the tip of the iceberg.”
Not only is the mainstream media not reporting this epidemic, but they are attacking Flaherty in an attempt to discredit him. He gets hate email regularly, and not just from readers.
“A lot of my readers send stuff to the reporters, almost in a way challenging them. They’ll say, ‘why aren’t you reporting this?’ Reporters send hate mail to my readers and to me. You expect, in a way, hate mail from [readers], but when reporters react with all this vitriol and hate, well, that was a surprise to me.”
“I don’t mind it from the public,” said Flaherty. “I’m just always surprised when I get it from reporters. I mean that’s the astonishing part.”
Flaherty has been assailed by the Southern Poverty Law Center, the country’s self-appointed ‘hate’ expert, directed by Morris Seligman Dees, Jr., and by groups fronting for Hungarian-born Jew George Soros.
Flaherty has also received a few direct threats.
“The former president of the NAACP in Delaware [was] on (Flaherty’s radio show)…and during the commercial he said, ‘Now, you’re lucky it’s me here. If this was somebody else they probably would have punched you in the face by now.”
H was also threatened with violence on another radio program from a caller.
Flaherty is unfazed.
“If this book is so wrong, if this book is so stupid, it should be very easy to just flick it off and point out that I’m wrong. I’m still waiting for the first one to do that.”
“Everybody’s so angry and so uptight about this topic, it kind of shows how powerful and how bad it really is.”
“There’s a lot of explaining, a lot of blame-shifting, a lot of shrugging their shoulders. A lot of everything except, ‘there’s some bad stuff going on out there.’”
Flaherty discussed the particular strangeness of Chicago.
“They have a new chief of police there that Rahm Emanuel brought in, and on one of his first days on the job he goes to a Black church and goes ‘I’ll tell you why we have so much violence in this town: Sarah Palin.’ A few months later, he found somebody else to blame. He blames the Pilgrims!”
Flaherty explained he’s not angry at the perpetrators of this national racist, crime wave.
“[T]he people…we expect to take care of this kind of business, they don’t: the chiefs of police, the newspapers, social workers, the mayors.”
“I don’t expect every crime news story to identify a person by race, but now we’re in a position where a lot of newspapers all over the country are actively denying that there’s anything racial about many of these crimes.”
Not everyone is angry at his exposure of the truth and some fans have offered explanations of the violence.
“A lot of cops read my book,” he said. “Cops force this book on people.”
“I get calls from prison psychologists. I had a call from the Midwest, and he gave me the best ‘why’ explanation I’ve heard. What he says is everybody in school now is being taught that Black people are victims, they cannot succeed, 400 years of oppression, you are not responsible for your actions, built-up resentment and anger.”
“For the last 50 years, you’ve been folding, bending, mutilating, and spindling the Black family, through every kind of crazy social program and housing program you could imagine. We have affirmative action, we have racial quotas, we have protected minorities. This book asks the question, ‘How is that working out for you?’”
Dave Gahary, a former submariner in the U.S. Navy, is the host of AFP’s ‘Underground Interview’ series.