- By Colin Flaherty

'Don't Make the Black Kids Angry': The hoax of black victimization and those who enable it.

  • Title: 'Don't Make the Black Kids Angry': The hoax of black victimization and those who enable it.
  • Author: Colin Flaherty
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  • Page: 397
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  • Don t Make the Black Kids Angry The hoax of black victimization and those who enable it Black people are relentless victims of relentless white violence often at the end of a badge for No Reason What So Ever That was the biggest news story of and it was easy to find in the New York

    Black people are relentless victims of relentless white violence, often at the end of a badge for No Reason What So Ever That was the biggest news story of 2014 and it was easy to find in the New York Times, CNN, MSNBC, Spike Lee, Oprah, USA Today, and lots of other places.The President got in on the act in 2014 when he told the Congressional Black Caucus about a justBlack people are relentless victims of relentless white violence, often at the end of a badge for No Reason What So Ever That was the biggest news story of 2014 and it was easy to find in the New York Times, CNN, MSNBC, Spike Lee, Oprah, USA Today, and lots of other places.The President got in on the act in 2014 when he told the Congressional Black Caucus about a justice gap Where too many young men of color feel targeted by law enforcement Guilty of walking while black Driving while black Judged by stereotypes that fuel fear and resentment and hopelessness War on black people, anyone That is the biggest lie of our generation Because just the opposite is true Black crime and violence against whites, gays, women, seniors, young people and lots of others is astronomically out of proportion It just won t quit Neither will the excuses Or the denials Or the black on white hostility Or those who encourage it.That is what Don t Make the Black Kids Angry is about.

    1 thought on “'Don't Make the Black Kids Angry': The hoax of black victimization and those who enable it.

    1. Just when I thought BlackLivesMatter couldn't look any more foolish, I go and read this. Really damning account of blacks in America and has a detailed description of how the media covers it up. If the media played even half of the news stories depicted here on a regular basis there'd be a race war tomorrow. This book needed some editing badly but Colin should be commended for having the courage to write about this since he's basically condemned himself to being labelled a bigot/racist by "progr [...]

    2. Suffice to say, I cannot recommend this work highly enough. Its the firing squad and coup de grace, all in one to the current narrative on what passes for analysis on race. The patient accumulation of facts, overwhelms the propaganda line maintained in mass media. As for those who once ran around on an endomorphine high of 1960's utopian marxism, thinking we had the answer to all the worlds problems, it is a sober moment to think how wrong we were.The self immolating, masochistic thigh stabbers [...]

    3. I have to give this book five stars not solely for the courage it took to tackle such a controversial subject, but for the at times humorous and entertaining manner in which it presented the grim and even horrifying reality of interracial crime in America today. Recommended reading for anyone with the guts to consider the truth of our future as a nation.

    4. BOOK REVIEW: 'Don't Make the Black Kids Angry': More Accounts of Violence in the Wake of 'White Girl Bleed a Lot'Reviewed by David M. KinchenIf you've read Colin Flaherty's best-selling "White Girl Bleed a Lot" (for my Mar. 4, 2014 review: huntingtonnews/83275) you might have thought he had exhausted the subject of black on white, black on Asian, black on elderly, etc. crimeOK REVIEW: 'Don't Make the Black Kids Angry': More Accounts of Violence in the Wake of 'White Girl Bleed a Lot'You'd be de [...]

    5. This book is not as readable as Flaherty's previous book White Girl Bleed a Lot. This book is longer, less novel, and grows repetitious. Nonetheless, while White Girl Bleed a Lot was easier to sit down and read, Don't Make the Black Kids Angry is a much more thorough indictment of the criminal justice system, and what is lost in repetition is gained back in the increased force of Flaherty's arguments. By his own admission, Flaherty generally stays away from analysis. There are no population regr [...]

    6. I read this book based on a few discussions about my views on Ann Coulter and the one, and only book she wrote that I read and put on here. A family member gave me this book and asked me to read it and then we would talk about it more, and man have we ever!Mr. Flaherty has written a strong and unforgiving treatise here on the way things are in our country. Things aren't good in America with race relations, and of course movements like Black Lives Matter are very selective about who and what they [...]

    7. This book was absolutely eye opening. This was recommended to me by someone through a book group I'm in on periscope and I admit I had never heard of this author before. I have to confess it had taken me a while to get through the book not because it was a bad book but because it brought up a lot of difficult memories for me in my past. I do believe that racism occurs not just against Africa-Americas but against all races. And it is sad that we do not view it that way, or that we give it a pass [...]

    8. This book has many, many, many examples of black kids raising hell - beating up people and destroying property - with no police resistance and little reporting in the liberal media. In the few cases where such riots are reported they trouble is often blamed on white racism. It is written in a flamboyant style that was off-putting and it made no effort to summarize. Not even a counting of meta-statistics of the all the cases the author had found. At the same time, the message is extremely upsetti [...]

    9. What can I say? You can not even begin to try to solve the problem until you admit that you have one. The president keeps saying that we need to have a dialog about race. Then he adds fuel to the fire by making accusations before all the evidence is out. The truth is they don't want an honest dialog, because the introspection required is not going to happen at this point. There is a culture of violence out there and if we do not get a hand on it now, it may be to late tomorrow.

    10. Like Paul Harvey said so many times, "And now for the rest of the story". How the news media hides the facts and under reports the news. This book exposes example after example (with video proof) of black mob violence. Worth the read.

    11. One of the most important books on crime and race in the USA today that you can read. The work of Mr. Flaherty deserves much more credit, recognition, then it currently receives. A man that has put so much time and energy into a currently controversial subject due to our politically correct obsessed culture. The myth of black victimization is pervasive, but this book and the rest of Mr. Flaherty's work stands in stark opposition to the egalitarian rooted critical race theory. Which holds all the [...]

    12. Colin Flaherty exposes the truth that the Liberal Media is hiding. Black on White crime is being hidden from the American Public. Flaherty doesn't just talk about gang attacks on senior citizens or white people caught out alone, he backs it up with references to published articles. Liberals don't want this information exposed because it doesn't fit their agenda. With that in mind, many of the links Flaherty has in this book don't work because YouTube has removed Flaherty's account because he dar [...]

    13. DNF: This book was very poorly written. I don’t not wish to live in a bubble and I was interested in reading someone’s well informed opinion, which may differ from my own, on this subject. What I was presented with was list after list of violent crimes without any discussions or clear points and endless plugs and links to the authors other works. In addition, the overall language of the book was sophomoric and incendiary.

    14. A good blunt truthful book, the analysis by Dr. Newburn cut to the bone, and it exposes the problem. Some of the facts are repeated in separate chapters that have overlapping reasons to restate the event and the fact that I had to take a break because the book disgusted me were my biggest complaints.

    15. Flaherty approaches a difficult topic in a VERY juvenile manner.It seems his main objective was to promote his other bookk how many times he mentions his other book but it is over and over and overThe book is full of typos and repeated content. Don't waste your time or money on this one.

    16. Heavy but important information. I am grateful to a friend of mine who told me about this book. Eye opening.

    17. Black people are relentless victims of relentless white violence, often at the end of a badge for no reason What So Ever.That was the biggest news story of 2014 and it was easy to find in the New York Times, CNN, MSNBC, Spike Lee, Oprah, USA Today, and lots of other places.That is a hoax. That is what this book is about. How black crime and violence is astronomically out of proportion, but ignored, condoned, excused, denied, and even encouraged.War on black people, anyone?The President got in on [...]

    18. I read a blog by this author and put this in my Wishlist and then forgot why. I ordered it when I got the MLK book for my book group, not knowing what it was. It was jarring to alternate reading this and MLK's sermons. This is not a particularly well-written book, and the author's attitude is sometimes inappropriate. It's sort of a "laugh or cry" issue.But I think this is an important book because it exposes some events and strong feelings that our culture can't bear to look at. As long as we i [...]

    19. Colin Flaherty's follow-up to White Girl Bleed A Lot is a little more uneven and in need of some editing, but the subject matter is no less important. Not only does he cover black on white violence that is ignored, excused, even condoned by the mass media, he also covers some interesting information about destructive ideas that are being promoted in the African-American community as well as what is being taught to all students in schools(as well as shocking racial violence that takes place there [...]

    20. I enjoyed this because it was about the truth but honestly it made me angry. It was also frustrating because these events seem to happen constantly, but we never hear about them in the news. I was also frustrated because he offered no real solutions, just never ending story after story of violence in the black communities around the country.

    21. There should be a 6th star rating option for this book. To ignore 'Don't Make the Black Kids Angry' is to side with the likes of holocaust deniers. Flaherty is true American hero.

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