UPDATED (1/9): Black Lives Torture And Murder A LOT

Crime,Race,Racism

In 2011, “Into The Cannibal’s Pot: Lessons for America From Post-Apartheid South Africa” documented in gory detail and analyzed the ubiquity and cruelty of black-on-white violence, in my country of birth (SA) and in my adopted country (USA). And Colin Flaherty does this day-in, day-out pictorially. Writes Jack Kerwick:

For many people, however, statistics may have an air of unreality. This accounts for why veteran investigative journalist, the fearless and indefatigable Colin Flaherty, eschews them altogether in favor of the moving image.
This author of such hits as White Girl Bleed A lot and Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry created a Youtube channel in which, multiple times a day every day, he shares with his viewers videos of the phenomenon of black-on-nonblack criminality and violence from around the country.
Colin’s visual approach kills two birds with one stone as it simultaneously supplies two invaluable services: It reveals the ubiquity and all too common savagery of black-on-nonblack crime and violence, on the one hand, while, on the other, putting the lie to the notion of “white racism.” Colin frequently puts his detractors’ out to pasture thus: If, he calmly asks, there is all of this white-on-black racism, as they tirelessly insist, then where’s the video?

I have a good idea why the media have suddenly become hip to the hate my good friend Collin documents daily–black on white, black on Asian, black on elderly whites, on and on. Suffice it to say, right now, that social media was first to uncover the kidnapping and torture of a disabled young man by four Chicago black criminals. The malfunctioning media followed, only once the footage uploaded to Facebook by the culprits could no longer be ignored.

And even then, you could hear the standard lines disgorged by CNN and MSNBC commentators, including from a congressman, James E. Clyburn. These were that a good deal of investigation still needed to be completed before conclusions could be reached. After all, this manifestly violent, cruel and protracted torture might have been just a prank, mischievous wrongdoing, or a bad decision.

Wow. I never thought of that. It takes a sick fuck to …

UPDATE (1/9): CNN:


White Lives Don’t Matter: