Has the time come to stop being called a “racist” when it is reported that white people are being viciously attacked because of the color of their skin?
Colin Flaherty, author of “White Girl Bleed a Lot” and a journalist unlike the “race pimps" who use their influence and line their pocketbooks to stir the pot of hatred between blacks and whites and unlike the mainstream media that avoids talking about it, continues to report on what is actually happening in American cities.
In an article published on WND.com Flaherty describes what is happening in cities like Minneapolis when in 2012 there were more than 20 episodes of black-on-white crime in the downtown area but at that time the police said it had nothing to do with race.
Now according to City Paper, Minneapolis Police Department spokesman Cyndi Barrington said
What we’re seeing in this pattern is victims walking downtown by themselves on a sidewalk outside, and they’re approached by a group of three to five African American males. The average range of the [suspects] is late teens to early 20’s. Victims are punches and pushed to the ground, and their phones and wallets taken.
However Flaherty reports that meanwhile the Minneapolis Star-Tribune is still not alerting its readers to the information that recent robberies and assaults are suspected of being done by African-Americans.
The reality is that black mobs routinely terrorize cities across America but the media and government mostly are silent about the crimes being committed by African-Americans.
The book “White Girl Bleeds a Lot” documents hundreds of episodes in more than 80 American cities since 2010 in which groups of blacks are assaulting, intimidating, stalking, threatening, shooting, stabbing and killing white victims.
Minneapolis is just one of countless cities that are experiencing black-on-white crime that is being covered up as more beatings, killings and robberies are taking place.
Is there a journalist like Colin Flaherty reporting on the black-on-white violent crime that is taking place in the city in which you live and if not, why not?