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The World's Most Important Funeral: Google's Answer to Trump


Forget the lamentations for John McCain.  Ditto the wailing for Aretha Franklin.  This week, we just learned about the biggest and most significant funeral dirge in the history of the world: the private and confidential gathering of tens of thousands of Google employees to mourn the election of Donald Trump.

And their plans to make sure nothing like that ever happens again.

All led by the people who run Google – i.e., the world.

Thanks to Breitbart.com, who brought this 45-minute dirge of constant sorrow to our attention, we now know there was not a dry eye in the house. 

You have to see it to believe it.  It is easy to find at Breitbart.

The main theme of this TGIF gathering just a few days after the election of Trump was how Google was going to stop the end of the world (as we know it)  because of the worst possible thing that just happened in the history of the world: the election of Donald Trump.

The explanations for this catastrophe came as fast and furious as the lamentations that they would not be able to smoke enough pot to make it more bearable.  That comment came several times from the head of Google – if, by chance, you are one of those squares who still thinks Google is run by one or two people, and not morally superior angels in an endless round of hugs and self-congratulatory meetings. 

For almost an hour, we heard about low-information voters, who are angry because they are bored, which in turn makes them fascists, which in turn made them vote for Trump (and, of course, for Brexit).

We learned how Google failed these poor ignorant fools by not funneling better information to them.  To us.

Ditto for Brexit: how did we let that happen?  Don’t people know that one of Google’s most cherished values – an oft heard term – involves unlimited immigration around the world, and darn those people who just cannot understand that?

The whole session was reminiscent of some early promos for Rachel Maddow that were eerily similar to early stories about the Obama White House: lots of geeks sprawled on the floor eating lots of pizza, lots of magic markers, lots of college sociology textbooks, and lots of people absolutely convinced of their mission in life: educate the rest of us who are just not that bright.  And thus save the world.

Even more important than this geek funeral rite were the questions it raised once the tears dried up and the scorn began.

Why did it take almost two years to learn about this video conference?  Are there no info-babes patrolling the hallways of Google, offering a variety of enticements to get at least one of the tens of thousands of Googlers to turn over the tape?

We recently learned that this is how they roll at the New York Times: whenever some editor gets a hankering for some national security secrets, he just assigns some comely young reporter from the pool, and in the finest traditions of Mata Hari, national secrets flow when the pillow talk begins.

Even without the tradeoffs, there was not one reporter in the world who knows one of the tens of thousands of Googlers well enough to get a copy of this now infamous video?

Not one?  Even by accident?

Not one. 

In the aftermath of the great Google sorrow-fest, we do know a few things: Google and YouTube simply cannot pretend they are not doing everything they can to stifle conservative speech – even altering their algorithms to control the flow of information to promote their worldview.

They did not just confess it; they bragged about it, several times.

And when one of the Googler hotshots reminded the tens of thousands of viewers that we cannot forget the conservative point of view, that was the only applause line met with silence – in between the sobbing, that is, and the rolling eyes.

From the Google executives in the sweat-stained shirts to the grunts in beanie caps, everyone in the auditorium for the live presentation was a proud and unapologetic social justice warrior. But there was one curious omission: there were no black people there.

None to ask or answer any questions.

Curious, since Google spends tens of millions of dollars every year to produce videos, support movements, and algorithm changes, all with the same goal in mind: to show how much every white person in America sucks, except for them.  And how all black people are victims of white racism.

All this is tip-of-the-iceberg stuff.  This video will change your life by exposing the single greatest gaslighting operation in world history: the hoax that Google and its cronies are honest brokers.  You have to watch it.

Oh, yeah: Google and Facebook and Twitter and other members of the Silicon Valley hive mind don’t have much use for the fellas – at least not enough to hire them.  Take your pick: one, two, three percent of the people at Google, etc. are black.

And now this week we learn that the Google hive mind is helping the communist Chinese do a much better job of keeping their boots on the throats of one of their biggest clients.

Hell, even John McCain never did that.

Colin Flaherty is not just the author of that scintillating bestseller, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry.  He is also Google-certified in a variety of Google skills, including Search, Adwords, and a few others he cannot remember right now.  He also cannot remember how many times he has been kicked off YouTube for documenting black-on-white racial violence, but it is a lot.

Forget the lamentations for John McCain.  Ditto the wailing for Aretha Franklin.  This week, we just learned about the biggest and most significant funeral dirge in the history of the world: the private and confidential gathering of tens of thousands of Google employees to mourn the election of Donald Trump.

And their plans to make sure nothing like that ever happens again.

All led by the people who run Google – i.e., the world.

Thanks to Breitbart.com, who brought this 45-minute dirge of constant sorrow to our attention, we now know there was not a dry eye in the house. 

You have to see it to believe it.  It is easy to find at Breitbart.

The main theme of this TGIF gathering just a few days after the election of Trump was how Google was going to stop the end of the world (as we know it)  because of the worst possible thing that just happened in the history of the world: the election of Donald Trump.

The explanations for this catastrophe came as fast and furious as the lamentations that they would not be able to smoke enough pot to make it more bearable.  That comment came several times from the head of Google – if, by chance, you are one of those squares who still thinks Google is run by one or two people, and not morally superior angels in an endless round of hugs and self-congratulatory meetings. 

For almost an hour, we heard about low-information voters, who are angry because they are bored, which in turn makes them fascists, which in turn made them vote for Trump (and, of course, for Brexit).

We learned how Google failed these poor ignorant fools by not funneling better information to them.  To us.

Ditto for Brexit: how did we let that happen?  Don’t people know that one of Google’s most cherished values – an oft heard term – involves unlimited immigration around the world, and darn those people who just cannot understand that?

The whole session was reminiscent of some early promos for Rachel Maddow that were eerily similar to early stories about the Obama White House: lots of geeks sprawled on the floor eating lots of pizza, lots of magic markers, lots of college sociology textbooks, and lots of people absolutely convinced of their mission in life: educate the rest of us who are just not that bright.  And thus save the world.

Even more important than this geek funeral rite were the questions it raised once the tears dried up and the scorn began.

Why did it take almost two years to learn about this video conference?  Are there no info-babes patrolling the hallways of Google, offering a variety of enticements to get at least one of the tens of thousands of Googlers to turn over the tape?

We recently learned that this is how they roll at the New York Times: whenever some editor gets a hankering for some national security secrets, he just assigns some comely young reporter from the pool, and in the finest traditions of Mata Hari, national secrets flow when the pillow talk begins.

Even without the tradeoffs, there was not one reporter in the world who knows one of the tens of thousands of Googlers well enough to get a copy of this now infamous video?

Not one?  Even by accident?

Not one. 

In the aftermath of the great Google sorrow-fest, we do know a few things: Google and YouTube simply cannot pretend they are not doing everything they can to stifle conservative speech – even altering their algorithms to control the flow of information to promote their worldview.

They did not just confess it; they bragged about it, several times.

And when one of the Googler hotshots reminded the tens of thousands of viewers that we cannot forget the conservative point of view, that was the only applause line met with silence – in between the sobbing, that is, and the rolling eyes.

From the Google executives in the sweat-stained shirts to the grunts in beanie caps, everyone in the auditorium for the live presentation was a proud and unapologetic social justice warrior. But there was one curious omission: there were no black people there.

None to ask or answer any questions.

Curious, since Google spends tens of millions of dollars every year to produce videos, support movements, and algorithm changes, all with the same goal in mind: to show how much every white person in America sucks, except for them.  And how all black people are victims of white racism.

All this is tip-of-the-iceberg stuff.  This video will change your life by exposing the single greatest gaslighting operation in world history: the hoax that Google and its cronies are honest brokers.  You have to watch it.

Oh, yeah: Google and Facebook and Twitter and other members of the Silicon Valley hive mind don’t have much use for the fellas – at least not enough to hire them.  Take your pick: one, two, three percent of the people at Google, etc. are black.

And now this week we learn that the Google hive mind is helping the communist Chinese do a much better job of keeping their boots on the throats of one of their biggest clients.

Hell, even John McCain never did that.

Colin Flaherty is not just the author of that scintillating bestseller, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry.  He is also Google-certified in a variety of Google skills, including Search, Adwords, and a few others he cannot remember right now.  He also cannot remember how many times he has been kicked off YouTube for documenting black-on-white racial violence, but it is a lot.



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Trump Falls for the 'Criminal Justice Reform' Hoax


Trump has swallowed the Criminal Justice Reform Hoax, hook, line, and sinker.  Something he never did in the primaries but now is embracing.

The latest embrazo came earlier this month, when black pastors came to the White House to make their case: too many black people are in prison for no reason whatsoever, other than white racism.

That was followed up by some black activists who told the same story of prison and white racism.

Then, finally, just a few days ago, the president met with the governors, who have made a career of staying out of the way when they see a freight train like Criminal Justice Reform and racism coming right at them.

Criminal Justice Reform is the brainchild of some Obama acolytes who convinced an entire generation of Democrats, reporters, activists, and other fools that prisons are full of innocent black people who should be released immediately – black people who never should have been arrested in the first place because “crime is the new black entitlement.”

That’s why so many football players, even in preseason, are kneeling and fist-pumping: white racism and racist police are keeping the brothas down.

How else can we explain black violence and criminality so wildly out of proportion?  Black people are either the perps or the victims.  If they didn’t do it, that means white racism did it, institutional or otherwise.

Trump is hardly the first Republican to fall for the greatest lie of our generation, the hoax of black victimization.  At one time or another, 15 of the 17 candidates for the Republican nomination for president – none more enthusiastic than Rand Paul – said they were down with the cause, too.

Only Trump and Ted Cruz refused to take the bait.  That was then; this is now.  Today, Trump’s son-in-law Jared and his most unlikely ally Van Jones are pushing Criminal Justice Reform through every nook and cranny in the White House: “If only we could give them more free stuff and look the other way during more criminal activity,” that should do it, right?

As if this has not been tried – and failed – a million different times in a million different places.

But for all the talk with bishops and activists and elected officials, there are two groups that are curiously absent from all this jibber-jabber about white racism and black prisons: cops and the victims of all the crimes that, apparently, we are supposed to believe never really happened.

Or if they did, white people deserved them, or white people did it, too.  So what’s the big deal?

All over the country, cops in cities big and small will tell you their bosses at police headquarters and city halls just have no appetite for arresting black people.  In Baltimore, when “room to destroy” (former) mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake was inaugurated six years ago, she issued the battle cry of the Criminal Justice Reformers: “We are not going to arrest our way out of this mess.”

Within one year, arrests in Baltimore went from 100,000 to 50,000 per year.  Today, that number is 29,000.

Arrests are down, but in Baltimore, even the new mayor has said many times that crime is out of control there.  Violent crime.  And the people who run that Chocolate City are in full agreement about the cause: black people are victims of relentless, relentless white racism.

In Baltimore, some white people have an expectation of safety in their neighborhoods.  That’s white privilege, say black activists, with more than a hint of scorn.

And this is not just Baltimore: arresting and jailing fewer black people is the official and unofficial policy in hundreds of cities throughout the country.  Just ask a cop.

Or the victims.  Or, if they are dead, ask their families.  In Philadelphia earlier this month, a black person was arrested and charged with murder after stabbing a white businessman in the back.  The perp’s bishop and family were in the streets, claiming that the white businessman provoked the black man to stab him.

The new Soros-Black Lives Matter district attorney quickly agreed and reduced charges to manslaughter.

The killer is now at home, under house arrest.  His pastor, after congratulating him on his new freedom, said he and his congregation were so happy, they were “celebrating.”

Curious sentiment for the bishop of a killer.  (Check out the celebration here.)

But it’s one that has found a new home at the White House.  And a new president – with a goofy son-in-law who has even goofier friends – named Trump.

Colin Flaherty is the author of that scintillating bestseller, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry, where he documents the enormous black-on-white violence directed at cops, like the kind you see in this video by clicking here.

Trump has swallowed the Criminal Justice Reform Hoax, hook, line, and sinker.  Something he never did in the primaries but now is embracing.

The latest embrazo came earlier this month, when black pastors came to the White House to make their case: too many black people are in prison for no reason whatsoever, other than white racism.

That was followed up by some black activists who told the same story of prison and white racism.

Then, finally, just a few days ago, the president met with the governors, who have made a career of staying out of the way when they see a freight train like Criminal Justice Reform and racism coming right at them.

Criminal Justice Reform is the brainchild of some Obama acolytes who convinced an entire generation of Democrats, reporters, activists, and other fools that prisons are full of innocent black people who should be released immediately – black people who never should have been arrested in the first place because “crime is the new black entitlement.”

That’s why so many football players, even in preseason, are kneeling and fist-pumping: white racism and racist police are keeping the brothas down.

How else can we explain black violence and criminality so wildly out of proportion?  Black people are either the perps or the victims.  If they didn’t do it, that means white racism did it, institutional or otherwise.

Trump is hardly the first Republican to fall for the greatest lie of our generation, the hoax of black victimization.  At one time or another, 15 of the 17 candidates for the Republican nomination for president – none more enthusiastic than Rand Paul – said they were down with the cause, too.

Only Trump and Ted Cruz refused to take the bait.  That was then; this is now.  Today, Trump’s son-in-law Jared and his most unlikely ally Van Jones are pushing Criminal Justice Reform through every nook and cranny in the White House: “If only we could give them more free stuff and look the other way during more criminal activity,” that should do it, right?

As if this has not been tried – and failed – a million different times in a million different places.

But for all the talk with bishops and activists and elected officials, there are two groups that are curiously absent from all this jibber-jabber about white racism and black prisons: cops and the victims of all the crimes that, apparently, we are supposed to believe never really happened.

Or if they did, white people deserved them, or white people did it, too.  So what’s the big deal?

All over the country, cops in cities big and small will tell you their bosses at police headquarters and city halls just have no appetite for arresting black people.  In Baltimore, when “room to destroy” (former) mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake was inaugurated six years ago, she issued the battle cry of the Criminal Justice Reformers: “We are not going to arrest our way out of this mess.”

Within one year, arrests in Baltimore went from 100,000 to 50,000 per year.  Today, that number is 29,000.

Arrests are down, but in Baltimore, even the new mayor has said many times that crime is out of control there.  Violent crime.  And the people who run that Chocolate City are in full agreement about the cause: black people are victims of relentless, relentless white racism.

In Baltimore, some white people have an expectation of safety in their neighborhoods.  That’s white privilege, say black activists, with more than a hint of scorn.

And this is not just Baltimore: arresting and jailing fewer black people is the official and unofficial policy in hundreds of cities throughout the country.  Just ask a cop.

Or the victims.  Or, if they are dead, ask their families.  In Philadelphia earlier this month, a black person was arrested and charged with murder after stabbing a white businessman in the back.  The perp’s bishop and family were in the streets, claiming that the white businessman provoked the black man to stab him.

The new Soros-Black Lives Matter district attorney quickly agreed and reduced charges to manslaughter.

The killer is now at home, under house arrest.  His pastor, after congratulating him on his new freedom, said he and his congregation were so happy, they were “celebrating.”

Curious sentiment for the bishop of a killer.  (Check out the celebration here.)

But it’s one that has found a new home at the White House.  And a new president – with a goofy son-in-law who has even goofier friends – named Trump.

Colin Flaherty is the author of that scintillating bestseller, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry, where he documents the enormous black-on-white violence directed at cops, like the kind you see in this video by clicking here.



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Does President Trump Know What a Radical Environmentalist He Picked in Peter Navarro?


The strange case of Peter Navarro became curiouser and curiouser this week.

As the president’s pitchman for tariffs, Navarro was all over the airways this week with visions of new factories for steel and aluminum, all through the magical elixir of raising taxes on imports.

Maybe it will work.  Maybe it won’t.

But if one of California’s most visible advocates of No Growth Environmentalism to stop jobs, housing, and growth of all kinds – and that is who Navarro was before he discovered the evils of China and Trump discovered him – can become the chief spokesman for more jobs, housing, and growth, then anything is possible.

Many Trump-supporters in San Diego are still amazed at how this leader of  a liberal cabal of Southern California environmentalists rose so quickly to such great heights in Trump’s conservative regime.  They still remember when Navarro arrived in San Diego in the 1980s and formed his no-growth group called PLAN: Prevent Los Angelization Now.

The idea was that building new homes creates the demand for new homes, and that would fill San Diego up with more people than anyone wants.

It’s an “if they don’t build it, they won’t come” kind of thing.  As for the kids who grew up to want homes of their own, they would just have to go somewhere other than here.

Soon after Navarro’s plan was on the ballot, so was he, running for mayor of San Diego.  Twice he tried.  Twice he won the primary.  Twice he lost the general election.  After a similar defeat as a Democrat running for Congress, Navarro moved on, leaving San Diego to start writing books about the Chinese menace from his new post at the University of California, Irvine.

Despite the recent efforts of the local media in San Diego to recast Navarro as some kind of early Trumponian populist, that is not who he was.  Navarro’s friend and foe alike agree on that.  He was green through and through – no matter how many jobs or factories or homes had to be stopped, abandoned, or otherwise sacrificed.

As a San Diego reporter, I had written about Navarro and his band of merry enviros on several occasions.  Later, I did opposition research on him.  He was pretty much what he appeared to be: an econ professor with a few books, a handsome face, a winning personality, and a determination to put out of a job everyone in San Diego who carried a hammer on his belt.

His supporters loved that about him.

This is not something I am saying for the first time.  I told him and his gang that every weekend for several years as a panelist on a public affairs TV show that Navarro produced and hosted.

I liked Navarro.  A lot of people did.  But that did not stop me from telling him and his friends the same things I told my friends and clients in the San Diego building industry.  He will never support one single thing you do to create jobs and homes.  And he will load up your projects with so many costs that they will quickly become impossible to build.

Navarro would dispute that: he and his ilk often did just that as they patiently explained why they would really love to support the new jobs and new homes, but they would have to study proposals for five years, or they would support it if you would just move your project five miles away (butterflies, you understand) or if you would just consent to add $300,000 in costs to your new homes by accepting ridiculous new regulations.

Want to know why tract homes are selling in San Diego for $1.5 million?  Ask Navarro.

I got a chance to know Navarro and his friends.  Many times we played golf together, or visited an Indian casino on Thanksgiving (he was not a gambler), or we all sat together at his house, while I enjoyed the rolling bars of his massage chair.

This brings us to the great irony of the Navarro-Trump plan to save American aluminum and steel plants with tariffs: there is simply no way Navarro and his green buddies would support the construction of new steel plants and aluminum plants of any kind.  Anywhere.  For any number of jobs.  For any reason whatsoever.

No way in hell.

Ditto for the wall.

Neither will they recognize what anyone who has been to China knows: tariffs or no tariffs, China has the best factories in the world.  Maybe tariffs will help us catch up.  Or make us fall farther behind.

Either way, the environmentalists will talk a good game in theory, but when it comes time to approve the plans, move the dirt, raise the walls, install the machinery, and actually put people to work, Navarro’s crowd (with or without him in the lead) are going to be raising holy hell about the birds and bees and the flowers and the trees and the evil developers and even worse operators who are killing the world with pollution just to make a few bucks with their nasty steel and aluminum.

And besides, they will tell us, as if they just discovered it, we can get all of our steel and aluminum from China –  cheaper and cleaner.

Colin Flaherty is a award winning reporter and author of the #1 Amazon Bestseller Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry.  More on Navarro at the Colin Flaherty podcast.

The strange case of Peter Navarro became curiouser and curiouser this week.

As the president’s pitchman for tariffs, Navarro was all over the airways this week with visions of new factories for steel and aluminum, all through the magical elixir of raising taxes on imports.

Maybe it will work.  Maybe it won’t.

But if one of California’s most visible advocates of No Growth Environmentalism to stop jobs, housing, and growth of all kinds – and that is who Navarro was before he discovered the evils of China and Trump discovered him – can become the chief spokesman for more jobs, housing, and growth, then anything is possible.

Many Trump-supporters in San Diego are still amazed at how this leader of  a liberal cabal of Southern California environmentalists rose so quickly to such great heights in Trump’s conservative regime.  They still remember when Navarro arrived in San Diego in the 1980s and formed his no-growth group called PLAN: Prevent Los Angelization Now.

The idea was that building new homes creates the demand for new homes, and that would fill San Diego up with more people than anyone wants.

It’s an “if they don’t build it, they won’t come” kind of thing.  As for the kids who grew up to want homes of their own, they would just have to go somewhere other than here.

Soon after Navarro’s plan was on the ballot, so was he, running for mayor of San Diego.  Twice he tried.  Twice he won the primary.  Twice he lost the general election.  After a similar defeat as a Democrat running for Congress, Navarro moved on, leaving San Diego to start writing books about the Chinese menace from his new post at the University of California, Irvine.

Despite the recent efforts of the local media in San Diego to recast Navarro as some kind of early Trumponian populist, that is not who he was.  Navarro’s friend and foe alike agree on that.  He was green through and through – no matter how many jobs or factories or homes had to be stopped, abandoned, or otherwise sacrificed.

As a San Diego reporter, I had written about Navarro and his band of merry enviros on several occasions.  Later, I did opposition research on him.  He was pretty much what he appeared to be: an econ professor with a few books, a handsome face, a winning personality, and a determination to put out of a job everyone in San Diego who carried a hammer on his belt.

His supporters loved that about him.

This is not something I am saying for the first time.  I told him and his gang that every weekend for several years as a panelist on a public affairs TV show that Navarro produced and hosted.

I liked Navarro.  A lot of people did.  But that did not stop me from telling him and his friends the same things I told my friends and clients in the San Diego building industry.  He will never support one single thing you do to create jobs and homes.  And he will load up your projects with so many costs that they will quickly become impossible to build.

Navarro would dispute that: he and his ilk often did just that as they patiently explained why they would really love to support the new jobs and new homes, but they would have to study proposals for five years, or they would support it if you would just move your project five miles away (butterflies, you understand) or if you would just consent to add $300,000 in costs to your new homes by accepting ridiculous new regulations.

Want to know why tract homes are selling in San Diego for $1.5 million?  Ask Navarro.

I got a chance to know Navarro and his friends.  Many times we played golf together, or visited an Indian casino on Thanksgiving (he was not a gambler), or we all sat together at his house, while I enjoyed the rolling bars of his massage chair.

This brings us to the great irony of the Navarro-Trump plan to save American aluminum and steel plants with tariffs: there is simply no way Navarro and his green buddies would support the construction of new steel plants and aluminum plants of any kind.  Anywhere.  For any number of jobs.  For any reason whatsoever.

No way in hell.

Ditto for the wall.

Neither will they recognize what anyone who has been to China knows: tariffs or no tariffs, China has the best factories in the world.  Maybe tariffs will help us catch up.  Or make us fall farther behind.

Either way, the environmentalists will talk a good game in theory, but when it comes time to approve the plans, move the dirt, raise the walls, install the machinery, and actually put people to work, Navarro’s crowd (with or without him in the lead) are going to be raising holy hell about the birds and bees and the flowers and the trees and the evil developers and even worse operators who are killing the world with pollution just to make a few bucks with their nasty steel and aluminum.

And besides, they will tell us, as if they just discovered it, we can get all of our steel and aluminum from China –  cheaper and cleaner.

Colin Flaherty is a award winning reporter and author of the #1 Amazon Bestseller Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry.  More on Navarro at the Colin Flaherty podcast.



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‘All I know is murder’


Everything you need to know about the Super Bowl can be found in the rap hit “Dreams and Nightmares,” by Meek Mill. But which more truthfully could be named after a line in the song: “The Murder Game” or “All I Know Is Murder.”

Everything about how far professional football has fallen and how the NFL celebrates the obscene, the vulgar, the dangerous, and the foolish will be on full display as that song blares as the Eagles take the field.

This song that the Eagle players have chosen is about guns, drugs, money, bitches, and murder, over and over and over. Just like the rest of Meek Mill songs, which also include a healthy dollop of the evils of the white man.

We do not know whether the Eagles will be kneeling prior to the big game as they have during the season. Or whether they will be following the dictates of their union which, after accepting $100 million from the owners, decided that white racism and police brutality were not so bad after all.

Meek Mill will not be there. He’s in the joint. The slammer. All for a violating his parole over and over and over. All for committing crimes over and over and over.

The Eagles don’t think that is fair. Don’t you know that crime is the new black entitlement? The mayor and district attorney of the City of Brotherly Love certainly do: That was their platform during their recent elections.

The Eagles and Meek Mill adopted each other, with the Eagles and other Meek Mill partisans selling eager reporters on one fairy tale after another of police misconduct, judicial corruption, and circumstantial evidence.

But they do not talk about what is in Meek Mill’s music.

Meek Mill is huge and rich and not hiding anything. He loves to write songs about himself, even though most music lovers at the Super Bowl will have no idea what he is saying — largely because most of his lyrics are just too obscene to reproduce in anything resembling a news outlet that frowns on explicit obscenity.

#MeToo anyone?

So if you find yourself at a Super Bowl party, and want The Ish to get real — real fast — just ask anyone, as innocently as you can, if they can tell you what that song is about. Then offer to help. A few excerpts from Dreams and Nightmares.

Meek Mill starts off by talking about how he made it big and how he is surrounded by jealous people who hate him for his wealth, especially his foreign cars and the lovely ladies who love to keep him company.

No crawlin’, went straight to walkin’ with foreigns in my garages.

All foreign bitches ménagin’, f*ckin’, suckin’ and swallowin’.


Anything for a dollar, they tell me “Get ’em!”, I got ’em


I did it without an album


I did shit with Mariah


Lil’ nigga, I’m on fire


Icy as a hockey rink, Philly nigga, I’m flyer


When I bought the Rolls Royce they thought it was leased

Lovely ladies and expensive foreign cars take up a few more beats, then he gets back to guns and murder.

These niggas tryna take my life, they fuck around and get killed…


All I know is murder, when it come to me


I got young niggas that’s rollin’, I got niggas throwin’ B’s


I done did the DOA’s, 

Then after a pause to tell people how he and his killers like riding around Miami Beach rioting and robbing — a popular pastime for the fellas during Black Beach Week — he gets back to more killing. Because that is what “real niggas” do:

If you ain’t about that murder game the, pussy nigga, shut up!


If you diss me in your raps, I’ll get yo’ pussy stuck up.

Which is what apparently happened at the BET awards in 2016, on video, when Meek Mill and his crew attacked a rival rapper and romantic rival.

After more talk of his Rolls Royce cars, he gets back to the lovely ladies and how they love his money and what it was like when he first made money selling lots of drugs.

It was somethin’ about that Rollie when it first touched my wrist


Had me feelin’ like that dope boy when he first touched that brick

Dang, I just realized I left out several references to large-scale drug purchases. I’d go back and insert them into this article, but for some reason I am feeling kind of sick.

Colin Flaherty is the author of the Amazon #1 Best Seller Don’t Make the Kids Angry. You can catch the full words and music over at Colin’s new video channel: minds.com/ColinFlaherty

Everything you need to know about the Super Bowl can be found in the rap hit “Dreams and Nightmares,” by Meek Mill. But which more truthfully could be named after a line in the song: “The Murder Game” or “All I Know Is Murder.”

Everything about how far professional football has fallen and how the NFL celebrates the obscene, the vulgar, the dangerous, and the foolish will be on full display as that song blares as the Eagles take the field.

This song that the Eagle players have chosen is about guns, drugs, money, bitches, and murder, over and over and over. Just like the rest of Meek Mill songs, which also include a healthy dollop of the evils of the white man.

We do not know whether the Eagles will be kneeling prior to the big game as they have during the season. Or whether they will be following the dictates of their union which, after accepting $100 million from the owners, decided that white racism and police brutality were not so bad after all.

Meek Mill will not be there. He’s in the joint. The slammer. All for a violating his parole over and over and over. All for committing crimes over and over and over.

The Eagles don’t think that is fair. Don’t you know that crime is the new black entitlement? The mayor and district attorney of the City of Brotherly Love certainly do: That was their platform during their recent elections.

The Eagles and Meek Mill adopted each other, with the Eagles and other Meek Mill partisans selling eager reporters on one fairy tale after another of police misconduct, judicial corruption, and circumstantial evidence.

But they do not talk about what is in Meek Mill’s music.

Meek Mill is huge and rich and not hiding anything. He loves to write songs about himself, even though most music lovers at the Super Bowl will have no idea what he is saying — largely because most of his lyrics are just too obscene to reproduce in anything resembling a news outlet that frowns on explicit obscenity.

#MeToo anyone?

So if you find yourself at a Super Bowl party, and want The Ish to get real — real fast — just ask anyone, as innocently as you can, if they can tell you what that song is about. Then offer to help. A few excerpts from Dreams and Nightmares.

Meek Mill starts off by talking about how he made it big and how he is surrounded by jealous people who hate him for his wealth, especially his foreign cars and the lovely ladies who love to keep him company.

No crawlin’, went straight to walkin’ with foreigns in my garages.

All foreign bitches ménagin’, f*ckin’, suckin’ and swallowin’.


Anything for a dollar, they tell me “Get ’em!”, I got ’em


I did it without an album


I did shit with Mariah


Lil’ nigga, I’m on fire


Icy as a hockey rink, Philly nigga, I’m flyer


When I bought the Rolls Royce they thought it was leased

Lovely ladies and expensive foreign cars take up a few more beats, then he gets back to guns and murder.

These niggas tryna take my life, they fuck around and get killed…


All I know is murder, when it come to me


I got young niggas that’s rollin’, I got niggas throwin’ B’s


I done did the DOA’s, 

Then after a pause to tell people how he and his killers like riding around Miami Beach rioting and robbing — a popular pastime for the fellas during Black Beach Week — he gets back to more killing. Because that is what “real niggas” do:

If you ain’t about that murder game the, pussy nigga, shut up!


If you diss me in your raps, I’ll get yo’ pussy stuck up.

Which is what apparently happened at the BET awards in 2016, on video, when Meek Mill and his crew attacked a rival rapper and romantic rival.

After more talk of his Rolls Royce cars, he gets back to the lovely ladies and how they love his money and what it was like when he first made money selling lots of drugs.

It was somethin’ about that Rollie when it first touched my wrist


Had me feelin’ like that dope boy when he first touched that brick

Dang, I just realized I left out several references to large-scale drug purchases. I’d go back and insert them into this article, but for some reason I am feeling kind of sick.

Colin Flaherty is the author of the Amazon #1 Best Seller Don’t Make the Kids Angry. You can catch the full words and music over at Colin’s new video channel: minds.com/ColinFlaherty



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Pippa Biddle, America's Whitest Reporter, Takes Up the Black Cause


If white people had their own publication, it would be Wired magazine. From top to bottom, this is a uniquely Caucasian experience:  from the white readers, to the white advertisers, to the white employees, to the white town where it is headquartered, to the white subject matter of high tech, to the white owners at Conde Nast, which also owns just about every other magazine on the planet not named Jet or Ebony or Black anything.

Of the 80 people pictured on the masthead of Wired, only two are black.

That is why I was a bit surprised to see Wired magazine recently appoint itself as the arbiter of all things black. Even more surprised at the white writer taking the point position in this crusade on behalf of her absent black brothas and sistahs. 

And finally even more surprised at the target of all this elevated racial consciousness: Me.

The occasion was earlier this month, when Ms. Pippa Biddle of Wired got a burr under her Connecticut estate saddle about the music I use on my videos on YouTube. And she did not care too much for the articles I write for American Thinker either. She said they both were “hate speech.”

She started out well — if awkwardly — enough: “Colin Flaherty is a prolific YouTuber and writer who chronicles violence by African Americans, which, he claims, is a much greater social problem than violence against African Americans.”

We call that the greatest lie of our lifetimes: the hoax of black victimization. All laid out in that scintillating bestseller, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry.

On YouTube, we document that every day. Several times a day. Even in San Francisco, the home of Wired

Pippa’s “claim” is pretty much it — if you are looking for something to back up her story that telling the truth about black criminality is really just hate speech. On her way to defaming me, she just forgot to provide any examples of hate speech, or show what was wrong in saying black crime and denial is at epidemic proportions.

Funny how often that happens.

Pippa Biddle, though still just a few years out of one of the most exclusive (read expensive) boarding schools in America, Miss Porter’s School for girls in Connecticut, has never been afraid to take on the tough topics.

Her article about shaming people who eat donuts is required reading for people who like reading about Pippa eating donuts.

Pippa and her pals used to take vacations to some deprived corner of the world, spread a little whiteness around, pronounce the natives better for it, and go back home to, in her case, to captain the ski team at Miss Porter’s.

During one of her trips of “Volun-tourism,” Pippa and her pals were building some kind of school or nuclear power plant or whatever white people build in third world hellholes, which is almost always pieced out and sold off before their departing flights leave the runway. She later found out that the locals had to come in at night and tore down everything they had built that day. Then rebuilt it. Turns out that building a wall is a lot more complicated than the ladies at Miss Porter’s school realized: you need a level to make sure the wall is… well, level.

Pippa made a bit of splash in the New York Times when she declared that all the white people traveling to help black people were racist and wrongheaded and harmful. 

It could have been called Don’t Make the Entitled White Rich Girls Angry.

And Pippa was not going to stand for that anymore. Not on her watch.

Instead, Pippa decided to make a living out of writing fairy tales of hate speech the same way she built a wall: without foundation, without expertise, without anything except an overweening whiteness that allowed her to appoint herself as guardian of all things black.

With nothing on the level.

Thanks, Pippa, we got it from here: We are going to continue to document how black crime and violence is wildly out of proportion, and how reporters and public officials and trust fund babies are in denial, deceit, and delusion about it. People like you, Pippa.

But next time you accuse someone of hate speech, it would probably be worth it to provide more proof than just you saying ‘trust me. I was the captain of the ski team at Miss Porter’s.’

I don’t want to be boring, but it’s a lawyer thing called “defamation.” 

It would probably be like someone accusing you of being a pedophile, or Miss Porter being a lousy skier, or one of your rich parents being middle class.

It simply isn’t done. Even if someone else has to come in with lawyers to straighten out your crooked fantasies.

When not educating old-line Connecticut families about the realities of black violence, Colin Flaherty has a heck of a YouTube channel and lots of books that you can buy for less than pennies per word.

If white people had their own publication, it would be Wired magazine. From top to bottom, this is a uniquely Caucasian experience:  from the white readers, to the white advertisers, to the white employees, to the white town where it is headquartered, to the white subject matter of high tech, to the white owners at Conde Nast, which also owns just about every other magazine on the planet not named Jet or Ebony or Black anything.

Of the 80 people pictured on the masthead of Wired, only two are black.

That is why I was a bit surprised to see Wired magazine recently appoint itself as the arbiter of all things black. Even more surprised at the white writer taking the point position in this crusade on behalf of her absent black brothas and sistahs. 

And finally even more surprised at the target of all this elevated racial consciousness: Me.

The occasion was earlier this month, when Ms. Pippa Biddle of Wired got a burr under her Connecticut estate saddle about the music I use on my videos on YouTube. And she did not care too much for the articles I write for American Thinker either. She said they both were “hate speech.”

She started out well — if awkwardly — enough: “Colin Flaherty is a prolific YouTuber and writer who chronicles violence by African Americans, which, he claims, is a much greater social problem than violence against African Americans.”

We call that the greatest lie of our lifetimes: the hoax of black victimization. All laid out in that scintillating bestseller, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry.

On YouTube, we document that every day. Several times a day. Even in San Francisco, the home of Wired

Pippa’s “claim” is pretty much it — if you are looking for something to back up her story that telling the truth about black criminality is really just hate speech. On her way to defaming me, she just forgot to provide any examples of hate speech, or show what was wrong in saying black crime and denial is at epidemic proportions.

Funny how often that happens.

Pippa Biddle, though still just a few years out of one of the most exclusive (read expensive) boarding schools in America, Miss Porter’s School for girls in Connecticut, has never been afraid to take on the tough topics.

Her article about shaming people who eat donuts is required reading for people who like reading about Pippa eating donuts.

Pippa and her pals used to take vacations to some deprived corner of the world, spread a little whiteness around, pronounce the natives better for it, and go back home to, in her case, to captain the ski team at Miss Porter’s.

During one of her trips of “Volun-tourism,” Pippa and her pals were building some kind of school or nuclear power plant or whatever white people build in third world hellholes, which is almost always pieced out and sold off before their departing flights leave the runway. She later found out that the locals had to come in at night and tore down everything they had built that day. Then rebuilt it. Turns out that building a wall is a lot more complicated than the ladies at Miss Porter’s school realized: you need a level to make sure the wall is… well, level.

Pippa made a bit of splash in the New York Times when she declared that all the white people traveling to help black people were racist and wrongheaded and harmful. 

It could have been called Don’t Make the Entitled White Rich Girls Angry.

And Pippa was not going to stand for that anymore. Not on her watch.

Instead, Pippa decided to make a living out of writing fairy tales of hate speech the same way she built a wall: without foundation, without expertise, without anything except an overweening whiteness that allowed her to appoint herself as guardian of all things black.

With nothing on the level.

Thanks, Pippa, we got it from here: We are going to continue to document how black crime and violence is wildly out of proportion, and how reporters and public officials and trust fund babies are in denial, deceit, and delusion about it. People like you, Pippa.

But next time you accuse someone of hate speech, it would probably be worth it to provide more proof than just you saying ‘trust me. I was the captain of the ski team at Miss Porter’s.’

I don’t want to be boring, but it’s a lawyer thing called “defamation.” 

It would probably be like someone accusing you of being a pedophile, or Miss Porter being a lousy skier, or one of your rich parents being middle class.

It simply isn’t done. Even if someone else has to come in with lawyers to straighten out your crooked fantasies.

When not educating old-line Connecticut families about the realities of black violence, Colin Flaherty has a heck of a YouTube channel and lots of books that you can buy for less than pennies per word.



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Washington Post Says Fake Hate Is Rare, and Other Fairy Tales


The occasion for their latest prevarication was this week when even the Post had to admit that three recent nationally publicized stories of white on black hate crimes were fake as a nine-bob note. At the Air Force Academy Prep school, a black student admitted he was responsible for the racist graffiti that drew so much virtue display from so many high places. Ditto for racist drawings in Lawrence, Kansas and racist graffiti at a Missouri church.

Despite the recent hoaxes of white racism, the Post its satraps at SPLC felt the need to reassure us that white racist hate crimes are real and widespread and of course all the fault of Donald Trump.

That’s the fantasy. The reality is that black victimization is the biggest hoax of our lifetimes, and fake hate is a part of that huge liberal con game. And it is easy to see with even a cursory look at a list of recent fake hate stories that gathered national attention.

The SPLC tells so many fibs about so many fake hate crimes even they have trouble keeping track. After the election of Donald Trump, Mark Potok and MSNBC’s Chris Matthews were talking about the millions — or was it billions? — of hate crimes that Trump supporters were creating all over the universe when they settled on one particularly egregious example of a Moslem woman in New York whose hijab was torn from her sainted head. Trump supporters did it, of course, all the while threatening even more violence.

It never happened. Even the New York Times figured that out a few months before. But that hardly mattered to Potok and Matthews. Here’s a link to the conversation and the hoax.

This is a long list: Each one featuring the boy who cried wolf, and a bevy of reporters eager to forget the first and only rule of journalism: If your mother says she love you, check it out.

So let’s take a look at a few dozen recent examples of fake hate crimes, starting with black public officials who love to lie about black victimization. All with links.

In Texas, a state legislator blew by a state trooper doing 94 miles an hour — his third speeding infraction for which he received a warning. Nevertheless, soon after, he took to the dais to tell his colleagues about the racist cop who was picking on him because of his skin color. Just like Sandra Bland. Then came the video of the polite and deferential officer giving the lawmaker a few tips about slowing down.

Racist police stop? Never happened.

In Jacksonville, Florida, two black city council members bitterly complained about racial profiling after one was stopped driving a car with stolen license plates. One body cam video later, this was clear: It never happened. A national police news site characterized the councilman at the wheel as a “lying scumbag.”

In Chicago, congressman and former Black Panther leader Bobby Rush said he was pulled over, then used and abused because he was black. Never happened.

In Orlando, a black state attorney was stopped because her license plate did not show up in a police computer. She complained of racial profiling. Then came the video featuring a polite cop and surly driver. Her fairy tale? Never appenhed.

In Bridgeport, Connecticut, city, state, and national media were falling over themselves to investigate racist letters threatening black cops. After a year, the full story came out. Never happened: Black cops manufactured the letters and were caught.

College professors have a special affection for claiming white racism during routine interactions with police. In Princeton, a black professor’s story of racial woe during a traffic stop for unpaid warrants attracted national attention. Then came the video: It never happened.

In Texas, a professor of journalism wrote an op-ed for the major daily paper in Dallas, recounting a hostile experience with two white cops who stopped her for walking in the middle of the road. The root of the nasty behavior directed at her? Her race. Then came the video. It never happened.

College campuses are particularly ripe for any con man or woman with a claim of racial hatred. At the University of Delaware, a Black Studies co-ed said she found a noose in a tree. Proof positive of racial hatred that required the campus police to wake up the school president. The school immediately went on full Cat 5 storm alert. An anti-racist rally was scheduled for later that day. A few hours before the rally, they figured out the noose was really a piece of string from a paper lantern, left over from an alumni party.

The rally went on, as scheduled, to protest a piece of string. The hate crime never happened.

At Albany State University in New York, three black students claimed they were attacked by 20 white people on a bus. Even Hillary Clinton got in on that one through Twitter. After lots of rallies and national attention, police released the videos from the 12 cameras on the bus. The white on black violence? Never happened. They lied.

Even after the videos, even after the trial, the three girls and their lawyers claimed they were still victims of white racism, which somehow forced them to lie.

At Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, hundreds of students turned on the outrage in protests and marches and twitter when racist graffiti was found scrawled throughout the campus. National media chimed in, as with almost all of these fake stories, saying it was just another example of the hate crimes sweeping the country in the Trump era. The kind you read about in the Washington Post and in fundraising letters from the SPLC.

It never happened: A black guy did it.

At Michigan State University, the campus was in a panic after a black student found a noose in her dorm. Never happened. It was just a pair of shoelaces on the floor.

Not to be outdone, a Moslem student at the University of Michigan claimed that three Trump supporters with bad personal hygiene beat her and threatened to set her on fire because of her religion. Never happened.

At the University of Maryland, the campus was on full anti-racist alert after racist graffiti was found. Never happened. A black guy did it.

The College Fix fills in the blanks with lots more stories of fake hate crime and fake outrage. Find it here. Even better, check the Fake Hate Crimes website.

In New Hampshire, national media fixated on the story of a black boy lynched by white racists — complete with rope burns.  It never happened. The kid was white. The Post, of course, swallowed it with gusto: hook, line, sinker, rod, reel and boat.

At the University of Louisiana in Lafayette, a black person reported a hate crime involving some rough-looking white dudes wearing Trump hats in a pickup truck throwing rocks. Never happened.

At Bowling Green State University, a black student took a picture and told the world of a secret meeting of the Ku Klux Klan — right on campus.  Never happened: The hoods were just covers for lab equipment. Even Kat Timpf figured that one out.

At North Park University in Chicago, a gay student was very proud of her courage (and newfound popularity) in the face of repeated — and well publicized — threats from Trump supporters. Never happened.

Cops of course, are targets of constant claims of racial hatred on the job. In Rainbow City, Alabama, a black family said racist cops beat their son and threw him off a bridge. Never happened. He was a wanted criminal, as was his passenger, and on video he ran. He jumped over a bridge railing, not knowing it was a long way down. No ghetto lottery for them.

In Memphis, a black lawyer in a nice suit told a tale of a harrowing racial encounter where he felt his life was in danger because of a trigger-happy racist cop. The video showed it never happened.

In DeKalb county, two black firefighters filed a complaint alleging racial abuse at the hands of a black cop. It never happened.

You might think Hollywood actresses would know a bit more about video, but not in these two cases. Taraji Henson, start of the TV hit Empire, said her son was racially abused in Glendale for one reason and one reason only: He was black. When police released the video, it showed a hyper polite cop giving her son a warning — and some fatherly advice — even after catching him blowing through a pedestrian crossing with pot and prescription drugs. All on video.

In West Hollywood, a black actress with a part in Django Unchained told the world about the racial indignity she suffered at the hands of a white cop — all while she and her boyfriend were just sitting in their car. When the audio and video tapes were released, it was revealed they were having sex in public, the neighbors reported them, the cop was polite, and everything she said Never Happened.

By far, the greatest amount of fake racial hatred was inspired by the election of Donald Trump. A smattering:

In Malden, Massachusetts, a black man garnered a lot of sympathy — and attention — for his story of some white guys who threatened to lynch him because Malden was now “Trump Country.” Never happened.

In Santa Monica, Chris Ball told his friends that a group of Trump supporters beat him because he was gay and because everyone knows Trumpers hate gay people. Santa Monica police said that never happened. Even Snopes.com, which rarely met a hate crime it did not love, had to beg off on that fairy tale, because it Never Happened.

In Philadelphia, residents of that Democrat city were not surprised to learn that Trump partisans were spray painting racist slogans all over town following his election. Only it never happened. A black guy did it.

But even the most jaded Philly partisan was surprised at this story. It started off like all the others: Big bad Trump people were spreading hateful graffiti in the City of Brotherly Love. It never happened: A blue blooded member of the city attorney’s staff was caught in the act. A white guy, in an expensive suit carrying a glass of white wine.

Down in Mississippi, some Trumponian miscreant set a black church on fire, leaving behind racist and pro-Trump graffiti as a calling card: It never happened: A black church member did it.

Out in Chandler, Arizona, it was clear to members of a local synagogue that Trump supporters vandalized a Jewish cemetery. It never happened. But they did arrest four black people for doing it. That happened.

This is a long list with lots more to be found on my YouTube playlist of fake hate crimes. Or just about any copy of the Washington Post at random.

Some of the lies the Post and the SPLC love to spread have consequences. In Charlotte, thousands of black people rampaged through the streets, destroying property and hurting cops — 16 ended up in the hospital — all because reporters and public officials took the hate bait and believed a fairy tale that the cops killed a black person for no reason what so ever. Never happened.

Then it happened again a few nights later: Black ministers were among the dozen or so people who insisted that — during a protest for the fake racist killing — cops killed a Black Lives Matter protestor. For no reason whatsoever. Giving the violence a boost.

It never happened. A black guy was killed by another black guy at close range over the same kind of beef that gets black guys killed every day. That happened. The rest? Just two big fat lies — swallowed whole by the Post.

Similar lies were told and swallowed wholesale in Milwaukee, sparking even bigger riots.

But by far the biggest lie with the greatest consequences came out of Ferguson, Missouri. Thousands of reporters from across the country could not repeat often enough the greatest lie of the last two years: Police martyred St. Michael Brown with his hands in the air saying “don’t’ shoot.”

Even the Washington Post almost a year later got around to admitting that Hands Up, Don’t Shoot was a lie — naming it as one of its top Pinocchio’s of the Year. Curiously, the Post neglected its own role in spreading this lie, with hundreds of its editorial employees signing off on more than 100 stories in every nook and cranny of the paper.

They even repeated the lie of St. Michael a few months later during a story on black activism at Howard University.

There are so many more of these fake stories reporting fake hate crimes. How many do you want? That’s how many there are. All eagerly reported. All desperately denied when they are found to be fairy tales.

But by far, my favorite hate crime hoax story was another one perpetuated by the Potok and the SLPC. They said an intrepid reporter uncovering black mob violence in previously unknown quanities was the one really responsible for the Boston Marathon Bombing.

That dashing reporter apparently created a climate of hate, all by himself.  That’s what he told Rachel Maddow as she smiled knowingly.

And the reporter responsible for that disaster? That was me.

When not causing Moslem hate violence in Boston, Colin Flaherty is the author of that scintillating best seller, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry: The hoax of black victmization and those who enable it. Everything in that book is actually true.

The Washington Post promised us that fake hate crimes are “rare.”  The news hounds of D.C. know that because the Southern Poverty Law Center, America’s greatest purveyors of fake hate crimes, told them so.

That is the biggest hoax of all.

The occasion for their latest prevarication was this week when even the Post had to admit that three recent nationally publicized stories of white on black hate crimes were fake as a nine-bob note. At the Air Force Academy Prep school, a black student admitted he was responsible for the racist graffiti that drew so much virtue display from so many high places. Ditto for racist drawings in Lawrence, Kansas and racist graffiti at a Missouri church.

Despite the recent hoaxes of white racism, the Post its satraps at SPLC felt the need to reassure us that white racist hate crimes are real and widespread and of course all the fault of Donald Trump.

That’s the fantasy. The reality is that black victimization is the biggest hoax of our lifetimes, and fake hate is a part of that huge liberal con game. And it is easy to see with even a cursory look at a list of recent fake hate stories that gathered national attention.

The SPLC tells so many fibs about so many fake hate crimes even they have trouble keeping track. After the election of Donald Trump, Mark Potok and MSNBC’s Chris Matthews were talking about the millions — or was it billions? — of hate crimes that Trump supporters were creating all over the universe when they settled on one particularly egregious example of a Moslem woman in New York whose hijab was torn from her sainted head. Trump supporters did it, of course, all the while threatening even more violence.

It never happened. Even the New York Times figured that out a few months before. But that hardly mattered to Potok and Matthews. Here’s a link to the conversation and the hoax.

This is a long list: Each one featuring the boy who cried wolf, and a bevy of reporters eager to forget the first and only rule of journalism: If your mother says she love you, check it out.

So let’s take a look at a few dozen recent examples of fake hate crimes, starting with black public officials who love to lie about black victimization. All with links.

In Texas, a state legislator blew by a state trooper doing 94 miles an hour — his third speeding infraction for which he received a warning. Nevertheless, soon after, he took to the dais to tell his colleagues about the racist cop who was picking on him because of his skin color. Just like Sandra Bland. Then came the video of the polite and deferential officer giving the lawmaker a few tips about slowing down.

Racist police stop? Never happened.

In Jacksonville, Florida, two black city council members bitterly complained about racial profiling after one was stopped driving a car with stolen license plates. One body cam video later, this was clear: It never happened. A national police news site characterized the councilman at the wheel as a “lying scumbag.”

In Chicago, congressman and former Black Panther leader Bobby Rush said he was pulled over, then used and abused because he was black. Never happened.

In Orlando, a black state attorney was stopped because her license plate did not show up in a police computer. She complained of racial profiling. Then came the video featuring a polite cop and surly driver. Her fairy tale? Never appenhed.

In Bridgeport, Connecticut, city, state, and national media were falling over themselves to investigate racist letters threatening black cops. After a year, the full story came out. Never happened: Black cops manufactured the letters and were caught.

College professors have a special affection for claiming white racism during routine interactions with police. In Princeton, a black professor’s story of racial woe during a traffic stop for unpaid warrants attracted national attention. Then came the video: It never happened.

In Texas, a professor of journalism wrote an op-ed for the major daily paper in Dallas, recounting a hostile experience with two white cops who stopped her for walking in the middle of the road. The root of the nasty behavior directed at her? Her race. Then came the video. It never happened.

College campuses are particularly ripe for any con man or woman with a claim of racial hatred. At the University of Delaware, a Black Studies co-ed said she found a noose in a tree. Proof positive of racial hatred that required the campus police to wake up the school president. The school immediately went on full Cat 5 storm alert. An anti-racist rally was scheduled for later that day. A few hours before the rally, they figured out the noose was really a piece of string from a paper lantern, left over from an alumni party.

The rally went on, as scheduled, to protest a piece of string. The hate crime never happened.

At Albany State University in New York, three black students claimed they were attacked by 20 white people on a bus. Even Hillary Clinton got in on that one through Twitter. After lots of rallies and national attention, police released the videos from the 12 cameras on the bus. The white on black violence? Never happened. They lied.

Even after the videos, even after the trial, the three girls and their lawyers claimed they were still victims of white racism, which somehow forced them to lie.

At Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, hundreds of students turned on the outrage in protests and marches and twitter when racist graffiti was found scrawled throughout the campus. National media chimed in, as with almost all of these fake stories, saying it was just another example of the hate crimes sweeping the country in the Trump era. The kind you read about in the Washington Post and in fundraising letters from the SPLC.

It never happened: A black guy did it.

At Michigan State University, the campus was in a panic after a black student found a noose in her dorm. Never happened. It was just a pair of shoelaces on the floor.

Not to be outdone, a Moslem student at the University of Michigan claimed that three Trump supporters with bad personal hygiene beat her and threatened to set her on fire because of her religion. Never happened.

At the University of Maryland, the campus was on full anti-racist alert after racist graffiti was found. Never happened. A black guy did it.

The College Fix fills in the blanks with lots more stories of fake hate crime and fake outrage. Find it here. Even better, check the Fake Hate Crimes website.

In New Hampshire, national media fixated on the story of a black boy lynched by white racists — complete with rope burns.  It never happened. The kid was white. The Post, of course, swallowed it with gusto: hook, line, sinker, rod, reel and boat.

At the University of Louisiana in Lafayette, a black person reported a hate crime involving some rough-looking white dudes wearing Trump hats in a pickup truck throwing rocks. Never happened.

At Bowling Green State University, a black student took a picture and told the world of a secret meeting of the Ku Klux Klan — right on campus.  Never happened: The hoods were just covers for lab equipment. Even Kat Timpf figured that one out.

At North Park University in Chicago, a gay student was very proud of her courage (and newfound popularity) in the face of repeated — and well publicized — threats from Trump supporters. Never happened.

Cops of course, are targets of constant claims of racial hatred on the job. In Rainbow City, Alabama, a black family said racist cops beat their son and threw him off a bridge. Never happened. He was a wanted criminal, as was his passenger, and on video he ran. He jumped over a bridge railing, not knowing it was a long way down. No ghetto lottery for them.

In Memphis, a black lawyer in a nice suit told a tale of a harrowing racial encounter where he felt his life was in danger because of a trigger-happy racist cop. The video showed it never happened.

In DeKalb county, two black firefighters filed a complaint alleging racial abuse at the hands of a black cop. It never happened.

You might think Hollywood actresses would know a bit more about video, but not in these two cases. Taraji Henson, start of the TV hit Empire, said her son was racially abused in Glendale for one reason and one reason only: He was black. When police released the video, it showed a hyper polite cop giving her son a warning — and some fatherly advice — even after catching him blowing through a pedestrian crossing with pot and prescription drugs. All on video.

In West Hollywood, a black actress with a part in Django Unchained told the world about the racial indignity she suffered at the hands of a white cop — all while she and her boyfriend were just sitting in their car. When the audio and video tapes were released, it was revealed they were having sex in public, the neighbors reported them, the cop was polite, and everything she said Never Happened.

By far, the greatest amount of fake racial hatred was inspired by the election of Donald Trump. A smattering:

In Malden, Massachusetts, a black man garnered a lot of sympathy — and attention — for his story of some white guys who threatened to lynch him because Malden was now “Trump Country.” Never happened.

In Santa Monica, Chris Ball told his friends that a group of Trump supporters beat him because he was gay and because everyone knows Trumpers hate gay people. Santa Monica police said that never happened. Even Snopes.com, which rarely met a hate crime it did not love, had to beg off on that fairy tale, because it Never Happened.

In Philadelphia, residents of that Democrat city were not surprised to learn that Trump partisans were spray painting racist slogans all over town following his election. Only it never happened. A black guy did it.

But even the most jaded Philly partisan was surprised at this story. It started off like all the others: Big bad Trump people were spreading hateful graffiti in the City of Brotherly Love. It never happened: A blue blooded member of the city attorney’s staff was caught in the act. A white guy, in an expensive suit carrying a glass of white wine.

Down in Mississippi, some Trumponian miscreant set a black church on fire, leaving behind racist and pro-Trump graffiti as a calling card: It never happened: A black church member did it.

Out in Chandler, Arizona, it was clear to members of a local synagogue that Trump supporters vandalized a Jewish cemetery. It never happened. But they did arrest four black people for doing it. That happened.

This is a long list with lots more to be found on my YouTube playlist of fake hate crimes. Or just about any copy of the Washington Post at random.

Some of the lies the Post and the SPLC love to spread have consequences. In Charlotte, thousands of black people rampaged through the streets, destroying property and hurting cops — 16 ended up in the hospital — all because reporters and public officials took the hate bait and believed a fairy tale that the cops killed a black person for no reason what so ever. Never happened.

Then it happened again a few nights later: Black ministers were among the dozen or so people who insisted that — during a protest for the fake racist killing — cops killed a Black Lives Matter protestor. For no reason whatsoever. Giving the violence a boost.

It never happened. A black guy was killed by another black guy at close range over the same kind of beef that gets black guys killed every day. That happened. The rest? Just two big fat lies — swallowed whole by the Post.

Similar lies were told and swallowed wholesale in Milwaukee, sparking even bigger riots.

But by far the biggest lie with the greatest consequences came out of Ferguson, Missouri. Thousands of reporters from across the country could not repeat often enough the greatest lie of the last two years: Police martyred St. Michael Brown with his hands in the air saying “don’t’ shoot.”

Even the Washington Post almost a year later got around to admitting that Hands Up, Don’t Shoot was a lie — naming it as one of its top Pinocchio’s of the Year. Curiously, the Post neglected its own role in spreading this lie, with hundreds of its editorial employees signing off on more than 100 stories in every nook and cranny of the paper.

They even repeated the lie of St. Michael a few months later during a story on black activism at Howard University.

There are so many more of these fake stories reporting fake hate crimes. How many do you want? That’s how many there are. All eagerly reported. All desperately denied when they are found to be fairy tales.

But by far, my favorite hate crime hoax story was another one perpetuated by the Potok and the SLPC. They said an intrepid reporter uncovering black mob violence in previously unknown quanities was the one really responsible for the Boston Marathon Bombing.

That dashing reporter apparently created a climate of hate, all by himself.  That’s what he told Rachel Maddow as she smiled knowingly.

And the reporter responsible for that disaster? That was me.

When not causing Moslem hate violence in Boston, Colin Flaherty is the author of that scintillating best seller, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry: The hoax of black victmization and those who enable it. Everything in that book is actually true.



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Philly Figures It Out: White Racism Causes Black Crime


“There’s no question we have systemic racism in this country that came about long before any of us were born,” said Joe Kahn, a white guy who would finish second in the DA race. “Right? It’s something that we live with and what we have to do, as prosecutors, is we have to be honest in recognizing that and be vigilant about stamping out that problem and using our power as public servants — as prosecutors — to not just recognize that problem, not just push back against it, but be proactive in doing what we can to uplift society and do what we can to push back against the trend in American society with respect to race.”

“We see this happening with the disenfranchisement of African Americans in this country particularly, losing their voting rights.”

During the same candidate’s forum, a white judge said her first task as DA would be to hire more black people because of institutional racism in the prosecutor’s office. Other candidates joined the white racist rhetorical slugfest.

But most were just Malcolm come latelys. The real veteran of the ‘white racism is to blame for everything’ crowd was Larry Krasner, a white defense attorney. Krasner spent the last 25 years preaching the gospel of white racism and defending every black activist criminal movement in the city that would have him, most recently Black Lives Matter.

Think William Kunstler with a better haircut.

And now, thanks to $1.4 million from a George Soros front group — that surprise, even the local media could not ignore — Krasner will soon be in charge of prosecuting the same violent criminals he has devoted his life to describing as victims.

Score one more for smashing the white racism in that chocolate city of brotherly love. 

Next stop Chicago, where the mayor and the city’s “most powerful” alderman is taking the fight against relentless white racism to the next level: Entrance exams to become a Chicago cop.

The headline and first sentence from the Chicago Sun-Times tell the story: (Mayor) “Emanuel opens the door to relaxing police hiring standards,” it proclaims. “…allowing candidates with minor drug and criminal offenses to become Chicago Police officers to attract minorities at a time of high crime and deep distrust.”

The mayor and aldermen agree that written tests, background checks, and mental evaluations discriminate against black people. The proof of that, they say, is the fact that black people fail so many of them so often.

Some of the black police hopefuls rejected over the last few years successfully appealed their denials. “They included former gang members, admitted pot smokers, a man who slashed someone in a bar fight, former military veterans with personality disorders, and a woman whose husband was convicted of murder,” said the Sun-Times. “Three aldermen wrote letters endorsing candidates with arrests in their backgrounds.”

“Former Police Supt. Phil Cline unsuccessfully tried to do away with that appeal process. At the time, retired police personnel chief Brad Woods said some of the candidates put back on the list later became officers and “did not do well at all.”

Which does not really matter. Not in Chicago. Not compared to rooting out the white racists who arrest black people for no reason whatsoever.

In Portland, Oregon last week, the white mayor also confronted the white racism that has oppressed so many black citizens in the Northwest, forcing them to commit crime and violence wildly out of proportion to their more mellow fellow citizens.

A state of affairs documented in that scintillating best seller, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry.

In a job description for the new police chief, the mayor said he was looking for a “transformative” leader who recognized that Portland has a “history of legally sanctioned systemic racism with legally enforced exclusionary practices.”

Which of course means the new chief has to “improve relationships with and service provision to Portland’s communities of color, ensuring that equity is a bedrock of policing in Portland.”

Lots and lots of people in Portland took the news in stride, because they know that pretty much every else in Portland — except for them — is a racist.

It was left to the black head of the local police union to tell the white mayor how ridiculous he sounded.

Meanwhile, down in Dallas, violent crime is up 30 percent over last year — and stop me if you’ve heard this before — black participation in that trend is wildly out of proportion. Not to worry, the World Health Organization figured that out, said the Dallas Morning News.

The headline hints at the curious content of the commentary: “How mental health and race can play into a tragedy like the UT stabbing,” referring of course to the black guy who recently killed a white student and stabbed a few more.

“According to the World Health Organization, risk factors for many common mental illnesses are strongly associated with systemic social inequalities. The greater the inequality, the higher the risk. Chronic stress and discrimination based on race are among the risk factors. Put simply, being black itself is a risk factor.”

It certainly is a risk factor in the Deep Ellum, the Dallas entertainment district that is now a frequent site of black mob violence, most recently directed at a white musician going back to his car after the clubs closed. He lived.

The article echoes comments from a black city councilmember in Wilmington, Delaware (“Murder Town USA,” said a Newsweek cover story) who said black people in that dangerous chocolate city are so violent because of Post Traumatic Slavery Disorder. 

Sound crazy? If so, then know this: t’s a black thing. You wouldn’t understand. But it does explain why last year, immediately after a black person killed five Dallas cops, 100 black people looted a convenience store, then stayed in the parking lot to dance with joy. Yes, dance. On video. In front of cops. 

And no, I would not believe that either if I did not see it for myself on YouTube. You can too.

At the University of Hawaii, a professor of statistics says white people should quit their jobs and give them to black people because that is the right thing to do.

In Madison County, Tennessee, they have another explanation, and we got a chance to hear it from a member of the sheriff’s department when he was explaining why five black people tried to rob a white mom in her home, in front of her children.

The mom pulled a gun and, presumably because the hoods were still sane enough to figure out what that meant, they ran like hell — into the waiting arms of some white cops soon after.

The deputy said the black criminals were just “bored.”

Colin Flaherty is the author of the Amazon #1 Best Sellers Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry and White Girl Bleed a Lot. As usual, he does not expect you to believe any of the crazy stories cited in this article, so he created a YouTube playlist for them. For you: Find it by clicking here.

Philly finally figured it out. So did Chicago and Portland and Dallas: the reason why black crime and violence are so wildly out of proportion: White racism.

The Philadelphia epiphany arrived during the recent election for district attorney. The seven Democrat candidates only disagreed on one thing: who was the most outspoken in their belief in the white boogie man.

“There’s no question we have systemic racism in this country that came about long before any of us were born,” said Joe Kahn, a white guy who would finish second in the DA race. “Right? It’s something that we live with and what we have to do, as prosecutors, is we have to be honest in recognizing that and be vigilant about stamping out that problem and using our power as public servants — as prosecutors — to not just recognize that problem, not just push back against it, but be proactive in doing what we can to uplift society and do what we can to push back against the trend in American society with respect to race.”

“We see this happening with the disenfranchisement of African Americans in this country particularly, losing their voting rights.”

During the same candidate’s forum, a white judge said her first task as DA would be to hire more black people because of institutional racism in the prosecutor’s office. Other candidates joined the white racist rhetorical slugfest.

But most were just Malcolm come latelys. The real veteran of the ‘white racism is to blame for everything’ crowd was Larry Krasner, a white defense attorney. Krasner spent the last 25 years preaching the gospel of white racism and defending every black activist criminal movement in the city that would have him, most recently Black Lives Matter.

Think William Kunstler with a better haircut.

And now, thanks to $1.4 million from a George Soros front group — that surprise, even the local media could not ignore — Krasner will soon be in charge of prosecuting the same violent criminals he has devoted his life to describing as victims.

Score one more for smashing the white racism in that chocolate city of brotherly love. 

Next stop Chicago, where the mayor and the city’s “most powerful” alderman is taking the fight against relentless white racism to the next level: Entrance exams to become a Chicago cop.

The headline and first sentence from the Chicago Sun-Times tell the story: (Mayor) “Emanuel opens the door to relaxing police hiring standards,” it proclaims. “…allowing candidates with minor drug and criminal offenses to become Chicago Police officers to attract minorities at a time of high crime and deep distrust.”

The mayor and aldermen agree that written tests, background checks, and mental evaluations discriminate against black people. The proof of that, they say, is the fact that black people fail so many of them so often.

Some of the black police hopefuls rejected over the last few years successfully appealed their denials. “They included former gang members, admitted pot smokers, a man who slashed someone in a bar fight, former military veterans with personality disorders, and a woman whose husband was convicted of murder,” said the Sun-Times. “Three aldermen wrote letters endorsing candidates with arrests in their backgrounds.”

“Former Police Supt. Phil Cline unsuccessfully tried to do away with that appeal process. At the time, retired police personnel chief Brad Woods said some of the candidates put back on the list later became officers and “did not do well at all.”

Which does not really matter. Not in Chicago. Not compared to rooting out the white racists who arrest black people for no reason whatsoever.

In Portland, Oregon last week, the white mayor also confronted the white racism that has oppressed so many black citizens in the Northwest, forcing them to commit crime and violence wildly out of proportion to their more mellow fellow citizens.

A state of affairs documented in that scintillating best seller, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry.

In a job description for the new police chief, the mayor said he was looking for a “transformative” leader who recognized that Portland has a “history of legally sanctioned systemic racism with legally enforced exclusionary practices.”

Which of course means the new chief has to “improve relationships with and service provision to Portland’s communities of color, ensuring that equity is a bedrock of policing in Portland.”

Lots and lots of people in Portland took the news in stride, because they know that pretty much every else in Portland — except for them — is a racist.

It was left to the black head of the local police union to tell the white mayor how ridiculous he sounded.

Meanwhile, down in Dallas, violent crime is up 30 percent over last year — and stop me if you’ve heard this before — black participation in that trend is wildly out of proportion. Not to worry, the World Health Organization figured that out, said the Dallas Morning News.

The headline hints at the curious content of the commentary: “How mental health and race can play into a tragedy like the UT stabbing,” referring of course to the black guy who recently killed a white student and stabbed a few more.

“According to the World Health Organization, risk factors for many common mental illnesses are strongly associated with systemic social inequalities. The greater the inequality, the higher the risk. Chronic stress and discrimination based on race are among the risk factors. Put simply, being black itself is a risk factor.”

It certainly is a risk factor in the Deep Ellum, the Dallas entertainment district that is now a frequent site of black mob violence, most recently directed at a white musician going back to his car after the clubs closed. He lived.

The article echoes comments from a black city councilmember in Wilmington, Delaware (“Murder Town USA,” said a Newsweek cover story) who said black people in that dangerous chocolate city are so violent because of Post Traumatic Slavery Disorder. 

Sound crazy? If so, then know this: t’s a black thing. You wouldn’t understand. But it does explain why last year, immediately after a black person killed five Dallas cops, 100 black people looted a convenience store, then stayed in the parking lot to dance with joy. Yes, dance. On video. In front of cops. 

And no, I would not believe that either if I did not see it for myself on YouTube. You can too.

At the University of Hawaii, a professor of statistics says white people should quit their jobs and give them to black people because that is the right thing to do.

In Madison County, Tennessee, they have another explanation, and we got a chance to hear it from a member of the sheriff’s department when he was explaining why five black people tried to rob a white mom in her home, in front of her children.

The mom pulled a gun and, presumably because the hoods were still sane enough to figure out what that meant, they ran like hell — into the waiting arms of some white cops soon after.

The deputy said the black criminals were just “bored.”

Colin Flaherty is the author of the Amazon #1 Best Sellers Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry and White Girl Bleed a Lot. As usual, he does not expect you to believe any of the crazy stories cited in this article, so he created a YouTube playlist for them. For you: Find it by clicking here.



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Fox's 'Gang of Five': Blind to Black Mob Violence.


The more we expect more from Fox News, the less we get.

We know that every hour on the hour, CNN, PBS, NPR, NBC, and other Fox competitors take delight in reminding us that black people are relentless victims of relentless white racism, all the time, everywhere, and that explains everything.

They are practiced in the art of deception and we can tell by the ease with which they repeat the greatest lie of this century with such familiarity.

But Fox News… Aren’t they supposed to be different? At least a little bit?

Yes.

But are they? Not really. Not on the issue of black violence and denial.

Not if you watch a recent episode of “The Five” where they featured a video of a little old white lady with small dogs asking a large group of black people to turn down their music.

Soon after, the black people were harassing her, threatening her, calling her names before one of the mob picked her up, slammed her to the ground, then threw her in the pool. All accompanied by great encouragement — and delight — from the bystanders.

The Gang of Five got it wrong. All wrong. Right away. They said this assault had nothing to do with race.

“It’s hard for the news to cover it because if you cover it, it as though you covering some kind of racial story,” said Greg Gutfeld. “Rather than pointing out this isn’t about race, this is about lawlessness.”

Juan Williams was happy to hear that, and more eager to agree: could have happened to anyone, said Juan. Including him. And racial violence? What’s that?

Jesse Watters chimed in: “There is no racial component to this story, the racial component is how this story was covered or not covered.”

One does not preclude the other.

The “no racial component” line is a common one, and often used to deny that black on white crime and violence exist wildly out of proportion. Because to have a racial component — or be racially motivated — reporters and public officials tell us the perpetrators have to be kind enough leave some evidence of their intent: Signs, notes, chants, threats, with racial slurs.

Absent that, there is nothing. As for patterns? They are not important.

Why not flip it around: If this attack and hundreds others like it recently have nothing to do with race, then they must be a coincidence. Right? Random. Right?

Let’s start with the crowd of black people at the party: what are the chances their gathering is random, and that race is not a central organizing feature of their activity? That is easy to figure out and the chances turn out to be just about equal to a 747 crashing on your front lawn in the next one hour, and Greg Gutfeld emerging from the carnage, unscathed, still the funniest writer in America on every topic save one.

If this kind of violence were isolated, they would have a point. But it is not isolated.

And just because The Gang of Five ignore the other examples of black mob violence and criminality that we document on these pages, in my books and on my YouTube channels, that does not mean they do not exist.

How about a recent run down: remember the 60 black people who rampaged through a BART station in Oakland? How about the large-scale black mob violence in a Philadelphia school that sent 10 teachers to the hospital? Or the black violence at a carnival in Taylor, Michigan that sent five cops to the hospital?

Or the black mob violence in one of America’s most peaceful college campuses, the University of California, Davis that sent three cops to the hospital? Or the hundreds of black people attacking cops at a recent carnival in New Jersey?

Or the black people who actively sought to confront and fight police during Black College Beach weekend in Virginia Beach?

And let’s not forget the large scale black mob violence at the Truman Heritage Festival in Missouri or on 6th Street in Austin or….

This is a long list: All from the last few weeks. And there are dozens and dozens more.  Most on video. Easy to find. Click right here, for starters, if you like.

And none of that has anything to do with race?

Ask any member of Black Lives Matter or any of their satraps in the media: Black violence has everything to do with race. White racism causes black violence. And white people who complain about black violence and criminality wildly out of proportion are just exercising white privilege, because black people have no expectation of crime-free neighborhoods, so why should you?

They call it critical race theory, and you may not have heard of it, but your kids learn it in school, and reporters swear by it on your TV news shows.

The military people tell us the first transgression is an accident. The second a coincidence. But the third is an act of war.

So what do we call the one millionth? 

And what do we call otherwise smart and funny people who are in denial, deceit and delusion about it?

The Gang of Five on Fox News.

Colin Flaherty is an award-winning reporter and author of the Amazon #1 Best Seller Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry. You can find lots of videos of black mob violence and denial on his YouTube channel. Start here.

The more we expect more from Fox News, the less we get.

We know that every hour on the hour, CNN, PBS, NPR, NBC, and other Fox competitors take delight in reminding us that black people are relentless victims of relentless white racism, all the time, everywhere, and that explains everything.

They are practiced in the art of deception and we can tell by the ease with which they repeat the greatest lie of this century with such familiarity.

But Fox News… Aren’t they supposed to be different? At least a little bit?

Yes.

But are they? Not really. Not on the issue of black violence and denial.

Not if you watch a recent episode of “The Five” where they featured a video of a little old white lady with small dogs asking a large group of black people to turn down their music.

Soon after, the black people were harassing her, threatening her, calling her names before one of the mob picked her up, slammed her to the ground, then threw her in the pool. All accompanied by great encouragement — and delight — from the bystanders.

The Gang of Five got it wrong. All wrong. Right away. They said this assault had nothing to do with race.

“It’s hard for the news to cover it because if you cover it, it as though you covering some kind of racial story,” said Greg Gutfeld. “Rather than pointing out this isn’t about race, this is about lawlessness.”

Juan Williams was happy to hear that, and more eager to agree: could have happened to anyone, said Juan. Including him. And racial violence? What’s that?

Jesse Watters chimed in: “There is no racial component to this story, the racial component is how this story was covered or not covered.”

One does not preclude the other.

The “no racial component” line is a common one, and often used to deny that black on white crime and violence exist wildly out of proportion. Because to have a racial component — or be racially motivated — reporters and public officials tell us the perpetrators have to be kind enough leave some evidence of their intent: Signs, notes, chants, threats, with racial slurs.

Absent that, there is nothing. As for patterns? They are not important.

Why not flip it around: If this attack and hundreds others like it recently have nothing to do with race, then they must be a coincidence. Right? Random. Right?

Let’s start with the crowd of black people at the party: what are the chances their gathering is random, and that race is not a central organizing feature of their activity? That is easy to figure out and the chances turn out to be just about equal to a 747 crashing on your front lawn in the next one hour, and Greg Gutfeld emerging from the carnage, unscathed, still the funniest writer in America on every topic save one.

If this kind of violence were isolated, they would have a point. But it is not isolated.

And just because The Gang of Five ignore the other examples of black mob violence and criminality that we document on these pages, in my books and on my YouTube channels, that does not mean they do not exist.

How about a recent run down: remember the 60 black people who rampaged through a BART station in Oakland? How about the large-scale black mob violence in a Philadelphia school that sent 10 teachers to the hospital? Or the black violence at a carnival in Taylor, Michigan that sent five cops to the hospital?

Or the black mob violence in one of America’s most peaceful college campuses, the University of California, Davis that sent three cops to the hospital? Or the hundreds of black people attacking cops at a recent carnival in New Jersey?

Or the black people who actively sought to confront and fight police during Black College Beach weekend in Virginia Beach?

And let’s not forget the large scale black mob violence at the Truman Heritage Festival in Missouri or on 6th Street in Austin or….

This is a long list: All from the last few weeks. And there are dozens and dozens more.  Most on video. Easy to find. Click right here, for starters, if you like.

And none of that has anything to do with race?

Ask any member of Black Lives Matter or any of their satraps in the media: Black violence has everything to do with race. White racism causes black violence. And white people who complain about black violence and criminality wildly out of proportion are just exercising white privilege, because black people have no expectation of crime-free neighborhoods, so why should you?

They call it critical race theory, and you may not have heard of it, but your kids learn it in school, and reporters swear by it on your TV news shows.

The military people tell us the first transgression is an accident. The second a coincidence. But the third is an act of war.

So what do we call the one millionth? 

And what do we call otherwise smart and funny people who are in denial, deceit and delusion about it?

The Gang of Five on Fox News.

Colin Flaherty is an award-winning reporter and author of the Amazon #1 Best Seller Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry. You can find lots of videos of black mob violence and denial on his YouTube channel. Start here.



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Black People: Don’t You Worry About ‘Bout a Thing. Kat Timpf Will Save You


Which is extremely convenient, because in April, dozens of cities around the country saw hundreds of examples of black mob violence. All wildly out of proportion. All without the benefit of Kat’s explanations.

So if anyone happens to see Kat during one of her frequent jaunts into Manhattan dance clubs, perhaps you could ask her to extend some of her understanding to these episodes of black mob violence from around the country — all during April, all on videos which you can find at this playlist: Kat’s Playlist of Black Mob Violence.

1. In South Orange, New Jersey, 300 black people rampaged through the downtown, creating violence, defying police, destroying property.

2. In Oakland, 60 black people rampaged through a BART train, creating violence, robbing, beating, and terrifying the few people left in that area who think it is OK to ride public transportation through Oakland.

Cue Fruitvale Station, the official documentary of black victimization. Right, Kat?

3. In Virginia Beach, 40,000 black people rampaged through Black College Beach Weekend, leaving in their wake four people shot, one stabbed, two police officers assaulted, tons of property damage, the requisite amount of defiance against the police, and a town wondering what they can do to stop this annual onslaught of black mob violence and mayhem.

Today, locals debate whether this weekend was the worst ever, even worse than the black mob violence of Black College Beach Weekends in 2013 and 1989. 

I vote the newest was the worst, but in 1989, black people killed a horse with a cinder block and even had their violence glorified in a famous rap song. Discuss amongst yourselves.

4) In Davis, California, black people rampaged through what used to be the most mellow college town in America, attacking cops, students, residents whatever. Still waiting on reports of any violence against horses in this bucolic town.

Early reports indicate that the black mob violence was caused by white people riding bicycles.

5) In Detroit, a large group of black people rampaged through a carnival, putting five cops in the hospital. But that is the kind of thing that happens in Kat’s home town when cops get a bit of pay back for all that police brutality they are constantly practicing, but which so few white people understand.

Except for Kat.

6) Down in Biloxi, tens of thousands of black people gathered for another version of black college beach weekend, this one also leaving tons of violence and mayhem and trash in its wake.  The town was so crowded that large groups of black people took their cars to a white neighborhood and set up barbecues and picnics on the lawns of total strangers.

Cops shrugged their shoulders at this large-scale lawlessness while residents said the large-scale black violence made them feel like “prisoners” in their own homes.

7) In Baltimore, the white residents of Federal Hill also say they are prisoners in their own homes because black students from a nearby black high school attack them and destroy their property, regularly and predictably.

Cops tell them to stay indoors. 

8) In Beloit, Wisconsin, 20 black people surrounded a white handicapped student and beat him and stole his backpack. All on video. Just like all the other events listed in this article. None of which have made their way into any Fox news program where Kat and her understanding of black criminality and police brutality were there to enlighten us.

9) In Philadelphia, four high school teachers went to the hospital and ten were injured after a large group of black people attacked them. And oh yeah, that happens all the time there. But do not confuse this with the black people who attacked a white teacher in a Florida school about the same time. Or the large fight in a black school in Memphis where teachers know better than to try and stop it. Or the dozens and dozens of episodes of large-scale black violence in schools, all last month.

10) In Macon, Georgia, hundreds of black people rampaged and fought during a church service. Two cops wandered through the riot, though no one seemed to care.

11) Also down in Alabama, a large group of black people surrounded a couple of white kids on bikes. After the ritual taunting, threatening, harassment, and whatnot, they beat the hell out of them and stole their stuff.

Little help, Kat?

12) In Birmingham, black people rioted at a magnet school. 

13) In Piscataway, New Jersey, the headline hides more than illuminates:  “Police Help Break-up Fights and Large Crowds at Middlesex Firemen’s Carnival.” The fights, large crowds and early closing were all about black people. And it was not the first time either.

Lots and lots more details of black violence and media denial at carnivals in that scintillating Amazon #1 Bestseller, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry.

14) In Central Florida, 60 black people fought and rampaged through the Orange Park Mall. Not the first time at that mall, or hundreds of others throughout the country over the last several years.

15) In beautiful Las Vegas, police responding to a large group of black people fighting at a nightclub found three people stabbed and nobody saw nuttin’.

There are dozens of these kinds of “let out” fights at black clubs around the country every night.  Yes, every night. While you sleep. Ask a cop if you want the truth. Not a reporter.

16) In Syracuse, another large fight among another large group of black people in the daytime in downtown left three people with stab wounds, and everyone else there inflicted with a sudden case of amnesia.

17) In Des Moines, Iowa, a group of black people beat a white woman as they left a city bus. City official refuse to release a video of the violence, because like the riot at BART, they say using video to find the black criminals would impede their investigation.

This is the same town where hundreds of black people a few years ago rampaged through the Iowa State Fair, declaring it was “Beat Whitey Night.” That went on for three nights. Ditto for the Wisconsin state fair a few nights later.

If that is happening in Iowa and Wisconsin, what do you suppose Kat thinks is happening in the rest of the country?

18) At Trinity College in Connecticut, 20 black people invade a private formal party on campus. They rampaged through the event, beating students, breaking bones. The president of the fraternity, said like Kat, he understood the fellas, their problems, and why they should all sit down and have a chat and chew about it. And don’t worry, he said the white kids are not mad at their attackers.

19) In Anchorage, Alaska, 10 black people were fighting, shoplifting, and urinating inside a convenience store. When store employees kicked them out, they shot one employee two times.

20-24) All the school violence described above also happened in Kentucky, Granada, Baltimore, Campbell Park and tons of other places. All on video. In Philadelphia, the local media reported twice that black people are suspended out of proportion in schools and that was proof positive of white racism ruining so many black lives.

The only other explanation is that black people commit crime and violence out of proportion. But that would kind of mess with Kat’s police brutality thing, wouldn’t it? So mum’s the word.

25) In Philadelphia, a group of black people ransacked and beat the owners of a Chinese restaurant while laughing, always laughing.

26) In Norwood, Ohio, a large group of black people targeted white gay people for taunts, threats, vandalism, property destruction and of course violence, violence and more violence. Kat, does your superior understanding of criminal justice extend to the realm of black on gay violence, so well documented, so wildly out of proportion, and so widely ignored?

While you are at it, ditto for black on Asian, black on old, black on young, black straight, black on whatever. Why so out of proportion? Police brutality?

27) On a hiking and biking trail in downtown Philadelphia, a large group of black people on bicycles surrounded a female jogger, then taunted, threatened, harassed, and groped her. Oh yeah, that is called rape. My bad.

And that has been happening a long, long time there. But it seems to be equally easy to ignore as ever.

28) In Grand Rapids, a large group of black people were fighting and destroying property at a basketball game. Several panicked spectators dialed 911: See something, say something, right?

One caller said one of the black people had a gun. When cops rolled on the violence, they found the group of black people several blocks away and stopped them. Several days later, several black moms were quite upset that the police approached and searched their angels.

Not a word about the violence at the game.

30-31) In Melbourne, Florida, 1000 black people at a party created mayhem and defied police, before engaging in some gunplay with 80 rounds fired. In Melbourne, Australia, 10 black people attacked and robbed a white autistic child. (Oh, out of the country doesn’t count? My bad.)

32) Down in Baton Rouge at a church carnival, four people were shot and one pregnant woman was attacked during an episode of black mob violence.

A writer for the Los Angeles Times, echoing Kat’s sentiments about police brutality against black people, said being black was “exhausting.” I am starting to understand what she meant. Because this list of black mob violence — just for April — around the country is just beginning.

33) In Vallejo, California, more than 100 black people were partying down one minute, the next minute nine black people were shot.

34) Over in Hesperia, California, a large group of black people fought and destroyed property inside a Wal-Mart. Next.

35) In Detroit’s Greektown, a large group of black people jeered and beat a couple of white kids who made the mistake of not being fully aware of the black on white hostility that has now gone mainstream in several current TV programs and, of course, cable news talking heads’ shows on Fox – right, Kat?

36) At Brooklyn Bridge Park, black people with guns have been rampaging, robbing, beating and terrorizing dog walkers and ball players, mostly white. Coincidence, Kat? Or perhaps white people do it too? Can’t wait to hear your commentary about police brutality explaining that.

37) In downtown Rochester, New York, police had to use tasers and pepper spray to break up a riot of a few hundred black people. Business as usual.

38) In Atlanta, a case of large-scale black violence on the MARTA train left four people shot, one dead. Not for the first time.

39) In Springfield, Ohio, six black kids beat the hell out of a few white kids and no one was surprised.

This is a long list and we are only part way through it, with still no explanation from Kat. But as someone who hears gajillions of explanations about black violence so wildly out of proportion — including black on white rape, black on white murder, black on white home invasions and black on cop violence — I can tell you they all fall in three categories: 1) It’s not happening. 2) White people do it too; 3) White people deserve it.

Pick a number, Kat. Let’s finish in Philly:

40) Near Philadelphia, a large group of black people rampaging through a large suburban mall, found a few white kids and beat them silly.

Which should be right up the alley of America’s newest expert on the mountain of black violence and the denial, deceit, and delusion from so many reporters, including the newest one, Kat Timpf.

Colin Flaherty is the author of Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry. You can find the videos for all the episodes of black mob violence in April in this article at Kat Timpf’s Big List of Recent Black Mob Violence.

Black people of America: Don’t you worry ‘bout a thing. Because the new Fox News megastar Kat Timpf has got your back. And she told us so on the first episode of her new show, “The Fox News Specialists.”

“I do understand issues with criminal justice, particularly in the black community and police brutality,” she intoned.

Which is extremely convenient, because in April, dozens of cities around the country saw hundreds of examples of black mob violence. All wildly out of proportion. All without the benefit of Kat’s explanations.

So if anyone happens to see Kat during one of her frequent jaunts into Manhattan dance clubs, perhaps you could ask her to extend some of her understanding to these episodes of black mob violence from around the country — all during April, all on videos which you can find at this playlist: Kat’s Playlist of Black Mob Violence.

1. In South Orange, New Jersey, 300 black people rampaged through the downtown, creating violence, defying police, destroying property.

2. In Oakland, 60 black people rampaged through a BART train, creating violence, robbing, beating, and terrifying the few people left in that area who think it is OK to ride public transportation through Oakland.

Cue Fruitvale Station, the official documentary of black victimization. Right, Kat?

3. In Virginia Beach, 40,000 black people rampaged through Black College Beach Weekend, leaving in their wake four people shot, one stabbed, two police officers assaulted, tons of property damage, the requisite amount of defiance against the police, and a town wondering what they can do to stop this annual onslaught of black mob violence and mayhem.

Today, locals debate whether this weekend was the worst ever, even worse than the black mob violence of Black College Beach Weekends in 2013 and 1989. 

I vote the newest was the worst, but in 1989, black people killed a horse with a cinder block and even had their violence glorified in a famous rap song. Discuss amongst yourselves.

4) In Davis, California, black people rampaged through what used to be the most mellow college town in America, attacking cops, students, residents whatever. Still waiting on reports of any violence against horses in this bucolic town.

Early reports indicate that the black mob violence was caused by white people riding bicycles.

5) In Detroit, a large group of black people rampaged through a carnival, putting five cops in the hospital. But that is the kind of thing that happens in Kat’s home town when cops get a bit of pay back for all that police brutality they are constantly practicing, but which so few white people understand.

Except for Kat.

6) Down in Biloxi, tens of thousands of black people gathered for another version of black college beach weekend, this one also leaving tons of violence and mayhem and trash in its wake.  The town was so crowded that large groups of black people took their cars to a white neighborhood and set up barbecues and picnics on the lawns of total strangers.

Cops shrugged their shoulders at this large-scale lawlessness while residents said the large-scale black violence made them feel like “prisoners” in their own homes.

7) In Baltimore, the white residents of Federal Hill also say they are prisoners in their own homes because black students from a nearby black high school attack them and destroy their property, regularly and predictably.

Cops tell them to stay indoors. 

8) In Beloit, Wisconsin, 20 black people surrounded a white handicapped student and beat him and stole his backpack. All on video. Just like all the other events listed in this article. None of which have made their way into any Fox news program where Kat and her understanding of black criminality and police brutality were there to enlighten us.

9) In Philadelphia, four high school teachers went to the hospital and ten were injured after a large group of black people attacked them. And oh yeah, that happens all the time there. But do not confuse this with the black people who attacked a white teacher in a Florida school about the same time. Or the large fight in a black school in Memphis where teachers know better than to try and stop it. Or the dozens and dozens of episodes of large-scale black violence in schools, all last month.

10) In Macon, Georgia, hundreds of black people rampaged and fought during a church service. Two cops wandered through the riot, though no one seemed to care.

11) Also down in Alabama, a large group of black people surrounded a couple of white kids on bikes. After the ritual taunting, threatening, harassment, and whatnot, they beat the hell out of them and stole their stuff.

Little help, Kat?

12) In Birmingham, black people rioted at a magnet school. 

13) In Piscataway, New Jersey, the headline hides more than illuminates:  “Police Help Break-up Fights and Large Crowds at Middlesex Firemen’s Carnival.” The fights, large crowds and early closing were all about black people. And it was not the first time either.

Lots and lots more details of black violence and media denial at carnivals in that scintillating Amazon #1 Bestseller, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry.

14) In Central Florida, 60 black people fought and rampaged through the Orange Park Mall. Not the first time at that mall, or hundreds of others throughout the country over the last several years.

15) In beautiful Las Vegas, police responding to a large group of black people fighting at a nightclub found three people stabbed and nobody saw nuttin’.

There are dozens of these kinds of “let out” fights at black clubs around the country every night.  Yes, every night. While you sleep. Ask a cop if you want the truth. Not a reporter.

16) In Syracuse, another large fight among another large group of black people in the daytime in downtown left three people with stab wounds, and everyone else there inflicted with a sudden case of amnesia.

17) In Des Moines, Iowa, a group of black people beat a white woman as they left a city bus. City official refuse to release a video of the violence, because like the riot at BART, they say using video to find the black criminals would impede their investigation.

This is the same town where hundreds of black people a few years ago rampaged through the Iowa State Fair, declaring it was “Beat Whitey Night.” That went on for three nights. Ditto for the Wisconsin state fair a few nights later.

If that is happening in Iowa and Wisconsin, what do you suppose Kat thinks is happening in the rest of the country?

18) At Trinity College in Connecticut, 20 black people invade a private formal party on campus. They rampaged through the event, beating students, breaking bones. The president of the fraternity, said like Kat, he understood the fellas, their problems, and why they should all sit down and have a chat and chew about it. And don’t worry, he said the white kids are not mad at their attackers.

19) In Anchorage, Alaska, 10 black people were fighting, shoplifting, and urinating inside a convenience store. When store employees kicked them out, they shot one employee two times.

20-24) All the school violence described above also happened in Kentucky, Granada, Baltimore, Campbell Park and tons of other places. All on video. In Philadelphia, the local media reported twice that black people are suspended out of proportion in schools and that was proof positive of white racism ruining so many black lives.

The only other explanation is that black people commit crime and violence out of proportion. But that would kind of mess with Kat’s police brutality thing, wouldn’t it? So mum’s the word.

25) In Philadelphia, a group of black people ransacked and beat the owners of a Chinese restaurant while laughing, always laughing.

26) In Norwood, Ohio, a large group of black people targeted white gay people for taunts, threats, vandalism, property destruction and of course violence, violence and more violence. Kat, does your superior understanding of criminal justice extend to the realm of black on gay violence, so well documented, so wildly out of proportion, and so widely ignored?

While you are at it, ditto for black on Asian, black on old, black on young, black straight, black on whatever. Why so out of proportion? Police brutality?

27) On a hiking and biking trail in downtown Philadelphia, a large group of black people on bicycles surrounded a female jogger, then taunted, threatened, harassed, and groped her. Oh yeah, that is called rape. My bad.

And that has been happening a long, long time there. But it seems to be equally easy to ignore as ever.

28) In Grand Rapids, a large group of black people were fighting and destroying property at a basketball game. Several panicked spectators dialed 911: See something, say something, right?

One caller said one of the black people had a gun. When cops rolled on the violence, they found the group of black people several blocks away and stopped them. Several days later, several black moms were quite upset that the police approached and searched their angels.

Not a word about the violence at the game.

30-31) In Melbourne, Florida, 1000 black people at a party created mayhem and defied police, before engaging in some gunplay with 80 rounds fired. In Melbourne, Australia, 10 black people attacked and robbed a white autistic child. (Oh, out of the country doesn’t count? My bad.)

32) Down in Baton Rouge at a church carnival, four people were shot and one pregnant woman was attacked during an episode of black mob violence.

A writer for the Los Angeles Times, echoing Kat’s sentiments about police brutality against black people, said being black was “exhausting.” I am starting to understand what she meant. Because this list of black mob violence — just for April — around the country is just beginning.

33) In Vallejo, California, more than 100 black people were partying down one minute, the next minute nine black people were shot.

34) Over in Hesperia, California, a large group of black people fought and destroyed property inside a Wal-Mart. Next.

35) In Detroit’s Greektown, a large group of black people jeered and beat a couple of white kids who made the mistake of not being fully aware of the black on white hostility that has now gone mainstream in several current TV programs and, of course, cable news talking heads’ shows on Fox – right, Kat?

36) At Brooklyn Bridge Park, black people with guns have been rampaging, robbing, beating and terrorizing dog walkers and ball players, mostly white. Coincidence, Kat? Or perhaps white people do it too? Can’t wait to hear your commentary about police brutality explaining that.

37) In downtown Rochester, New York, police had to use tasers and pepper spray to break up a riot of a few hundred black people. Business as usual.

38) In Atlanta, a case of large-scale black violence on the MARTA train left four people shot, one dead. Not for the first time.

39) In Springfield, Ohio, six black kids beat the hell out of a few white kids and no one was surprised.

This is a long list and we are only part way through it, with still no explanation from Kat. But as someone who hears gajillions of explanations about black violence so wildly out of proportion — including black on white rape, black on white murder, black on white home invasions and black on cop violence — I can tell you they all fall in three categories: 1) It’s not happening. 2) White people do it too; 3) White people deserve it.

Pick a number, Kat. Let’s finish in Philly:

40) Near Philadelphia, a large group of black people rampaging through a large suburban mall, found a few white kids and beat them silly.

Which should be right up the alley of America’s newest expert on the mountain of black violence and the denial, deceit, and delusion from so many reporters, including the newest one, Kat Timpf.

Colin Flaherty is the author of Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry. You can find the videos for all the episodes of black mob violence in April in this article at Kat Timpf’s Big List of Recent Black Mob Violence.



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White People Always Steal from Black People – So Does Oprah


White people are always stealing stuff from black people. And black people, like Oprah, don’t like. 

Neither do third-grade teachers in lily white schools.

Just a few months ago, my friend’s third-grade son informed him that white music record labels steal black music and never pay for it.

He learned that from a teacher who spent an hour breaking it down how the Beach Boys stole “Surfin’ USA” from Chuck Berry’s “Sweet Little 16”. But the teacher left out the punchline: Chuck sued and won and today he is listed — and paid — as co-author of the song.

Ditto Alan Thicke and Pharell: last year, a judge ruled they owed the estate of Marvin Gaye $5 million for a similar offense.

The list of black creation and white theft is a long one, we are told — stretching back to the pyramids right up to the space program.

And every scholar of Critical Race Theory will tell you it is one of the reasons for the historic poverty of black people: White people just keep stealing from them.

The latest story of this kind to reach popular culture is the legend of Henrietta Lacks: how in the 1950s, Johns Hopkins University extracted rare cervical cancer cells from her body during treatment and used them as the basis for hundreds of medical treatments and discoveries for diseases including AIDS.

But unlike Chuck Berry and Marvin Gaye, Henrietta Lacks never got paid. And that is why Oprah got mad enough to produce and star in an HBO movie about it.  What the white people did “not understand is: we didn’t know nothing about nothing,” Oprah cum Lacks charges in the movie to the cowering white reporter.

In scene after scene we learn more and more about how white medical authorities ignored, denied, condoned, excused, and even lied to Henrietta about her cells — and what they were worth.

Oprah’s movie is being well received in all the right places, with all the right people heaping plaudits upon her for exposing this legacy of historical mendacity and racial larceny. NPR said it was “brilliant.”

Variety liked it so much that this bible of the entertainment business said it should have been a mini-series.

The New York Times called it “intriguing and thought-provoking,” agreeing with every other major critic that role was the best of Oprah’s career.

But a funny thing happened on the way to the Emmys: Henrietta’s son showed up and said Oprah never paid him a dime for the story of his mom. And now, like Chuck Berry and Marvin Gaye, he wants to get paid from the person who stole his mom’s story.

“The late Lacks’ son, Lawrence, has claimed Winfrey and HBO should cough up some cash for using his mother’s story,” said the New York Post.

But Oprah does not want to hear it, any more than the Beach Boys or Alan Thicke or all the bio-med companies that made billions from cells of Henrietta Lacks, says the Post:

“Do I think the Lacks family should have been paid for all of those cells by all the millions of drug companies in the world who have used those cells… of course they should have,” she told us at the premiere hosted by HBO CEO Richard Plepler.

“Do I think that its now my responsibility or HBO to compensate for that, no. 

“It was our job to bring the story to light and it is a shame that they were never compensated. But I will tell you this, Deborah [Henrietta’s youngest daughter] to her dying day never cared about the money she just cared about her mother and her story being told.”

And all that talk in the movie about how Henrietta did not know nothing about nothing and that is how they took advantage of her? 

To Oprah, that doesn’t mean nothing either.

Colin Flaherty is the author on Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry, a #1 Amazon Best Seller.  You can subscribe to his YouTube channel and check out a few clips Oprah complaining about people stealing stuff from black people here.

White people are always stealing stuff from black people. And black people, like Oprah, don’t like. 

Neither do third-grade teachers in lily white schools.

Just a few months ago, my friend’s third-grade son informed him that white music record labels steal black music and never pay for it.

He learned that from a teacher who spent an hour breaking it down how the Beach Boys stole “Surfin’ USA” from Chuck Berry’s “Sweet Little 16”. But the teacher left out the punchline: Chuck sued and won and today he is listed — and paid — as co-author of the song.

Ditto Alan Thicke and Pharell: last year, a judge ruled they owed the estate of Marvin Gaye $5 million for a similar offense.

The list of black creation and white theft is a long one, we are told — stretching back to the pyramids right up to the space program.

And every scholar of Critical Race Theory will tell you it is one of the reasons for the historic poverty of black people: White people just keep stealing from them.

The latest story of this kind to reach popular culture is the legend of Henrietta Lacks: how in the 1950s, Johns Hopkins University extracted rare cervical cancer cells from her body during treatment and used them as the basis for hundreds of medical treatments and discoveries for diseases including AIDS.

But unlike Chuck Berry and Marvin Gaye, Henrietta Lacks never got paid. And that is why Oprah got mad enough to produce and star in an HBO movie about it.  What the white people did “not understand is: we didn’t know nothing about nothing,” Oprah cum Lacks charges in the movie to the cowering white reporter.

In scene after scene we learn more and more about how white medical authorities ignored, denied, condoned, excused, and even lied to Henrietta about her cells — and what they were worth.

Oprah’s movie is being well received in all the right places, with all the right people heaping plaudits upon her for exposing this legacy of historical mendacity and racial larceny. NPR said it was “brilliant.”

Variety liked it so much that this bible of the entertainment business said it should have been a mini-series.

The New York Times called it “intriguing and thought-provoking,” agreeing with every other major critic that role was the best of Oprah’s career.

But a funny thing happened on the way to the Emmys: Henrietta’s son showed up and said Oprah never paid him a dime for the story of his mom. And now, like Chuck Berry and Marvin Gaye, he wants to get paid from the person who stole his mom’s story.

“The late Lacks’ son, Lawrence, has claimed Winfrey and HBO should cough up some cash for using his mother’s story,” said the New York Post.

But Oprah does not want to hear it, any more than the Beach Boys or Alan Thicke or all the bio-med companies that made billions from cells of Henrietta Lacks, says the Post:

“Do I think the Lacks family should have been paid for all of those cells by all the millions of drug companies in the world who have used those cells… of course they should have,” she told us at the premiere hosted by HBO CEO Richard Plepler.

“Do I think that its now my responsibility or HBO to compensate for that, no. 

“It was our job to bring the story to light and it is a shame that they were never compensated. But I will tell you this, Deborah [Henrietta’s youngest daughter] to her dying day never cared about the money she just cared about her mother and her story being told.”

And all that talk in the movie about how Henrietta did not know nothing about nothing and that is how they took advantage of her? 

To Oprah, that doesn’t mean nothing either.

Colin Flaherty is the author on Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry, a #1 Amazon Best Seller.  You can subscribe to his YouTube channel and check out a few clips Oprah complaining about people stealing stuff from black people here.



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