Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry

Dont make the Black Kids AngryColin Flaherty, the author of the best-seller, White Girl Bleed A lot, has once again revealed his heroism in his latest, Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry.

Not since Ilana Mercer’s, Into the Cannibal’s Pot: Lessons for America from Post-Apartheid South Africa, have we witnessed such steely resolve in reckoning with the great unmentionable evil of black criminality and violence.

Don’t Make the Black Kids Angry consists of 511 pages, 944 endnotes, and a super abundance of references to videos meticulously documenting over 1,000 instances of black mob violence spanning just the last few years.

  • DMB

    America’s black community sure seems to have a “bright” future. America is in deep trouble!

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      There are only two races.
      Blacks, and all other races that wants no contact or interaction with them.

      • J. C.

        You forgot the goatf*ckers… 😉

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          The “goatf*ckers” don’t want them arround either.

          • Justin St.Denis

            Les Goatfuquerres are too cosmopolitan for the Blacks.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I only took French until Grade Ten.
            That bitch Mrs.-damn I can’t name her here can I?.
            She should be dead by now.
            I think the hairy mole wart on her face survived her.
            So, I only know enough French to know that I don’t know French despite the fact of my St. Boniface grand mere.
            In fact because of her I eschewed everything French.
            Except for Men Without Hats and The Box.
            And (The French Band) Air.
            I never heard of goatfuquerres.

            The best thing about blacks beside ska?
            Don Letts, who said that crossing the street from reggae to punk made him an outcast and an icon.

          • Justin St.Denis

            French-language instruction across Canada sucks. Then again, so does English-language instruction in Quebec. Schools are not where one learns languages anymore, even the predominant language of the culture. I learned the languages I know from living in places where those languages were spoken for prolonged periods of time. I am fortunate in that I mastered three languages by the time I was 30-ish.

            Agree about Don Letts. Love the guy!

            Personally, I am a “forever” Al Green fan. Cissy Houston had one of the best voices black America has ever produced. Alvin ‘Youngblood’ Hart is probably the best contemporary blues artist recording today. Quincy Jones was a genius, full-stop. I could go on and on…

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I’ll have to look them up on the ‘tube.
            My memories of that era are mostly AM radio dominated by Burt Bacharach and The Beatles.
            Quincy Jones wrote the theme song for Definition, that crazy cheap Canadian game show.
            I had to explain where it came from to my younger buddy at work.
            And then we waxed on wistfully about Rashida Jones, Quincy’s daughter.
            As for languages, I’ve always had an aptitude for accents which sometimes almost got me in trouble when I was bartending East Indian weddings.

          • Rosenmops

            What would be the best way for someone in Vancouver to learn French? I’m asking for someone who has a teacher’s license but can’t get a job in BC because there is a huge surplus of teachers in all areas but French immersion .

          • Justin St.Denis

            The “Allicance Francaise” has offices across Canada, I believe. Their French language instruction is very good. For the DYI crowd, Rosetta Stone has an excellent instructional software package, but many find this a lonely alternative. I am currently teaching someone (adult) to speak English on-line via FaceTime, and two (university-aged teenagers) to speak French in the same way. We are achieving fairly remarkable results, but it is a labor of love on my part as the students are distant relatives by marriage. 😉

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            That’s how I feel about tutoring people in math.

  • mauser 98

    author needs security, body guard

  • Alain

    This is a product of the Left. First leftist policies/welfare basically destroyed the black family for most, which produced a large percentage of black criminals. Along comes the neo-marxist Obama and his administration encouraging more black racism and black thuggery. These neo-marxists even employ rent-a-mobs to destroy the society they so hate. It used to be that one only found rent-a-mobs in third world countries, so what does that tell us. Canada continues to experience the same tactic (rent-a-mob) with foreign enemies funding the majority of protests in an attempt to destroy our national economy. The only difference being that having far fewer blacks than the United States, our professional protestors are a mixture of eco-fascists, marxists, natives and want-to-be natives. It is still the same tactic and pretty much the same objective: to take down Western civilisation.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      They aren’t going to win.
      Marxists only win countries that don’t have to worry about dying of exposure in the winter.

  • Brett_McS

    Tom Sowell is one of the reviewers and remarks how he had underestimated the size of the problem shown up by the book. But Sowell is still correct in how the blacks in early 20th century America were well on the road to fully integrating with American society – “Acting White” as it would be referred to now.

    The same arc is apparent with Muslims – see the pictures of Egyptian female college students from the 1950s till now that Mark Steyn highlights.

    The two problems have the same cause – the take over of western culture by the left and the subsequent loss of cultural confidence… and they therefore have the same solution.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Thomas Sowell is one of my heroes.
      The road he travelled from growing up poor in Harlem to becoming an academic Marxist to becoming one of the most rational and concise conservative minds in the world astonishes me.
      He’s quite simply fucking amazing.

    • El Martyachi

      Africans specifically send their kids to non-USA western universities to keep them away from black American culture.

  • Frau Katze

    Looks interesting, but very depressing…

  • lolwut?

    How many nuffins did a dindu do if a dindu dindu nuffin?

  • Jay Currie

    I feel very sorry for Americans. This is a problem which is not getting better.

    Kathy jokes about “picking your own cotton”. Water under the bridge I’m afraid.

    The no-go zones are obvious to anyone who has ever driven in the US. And the current policies just make it worse. If you treat people like animals, to be fed with welfare and otherwise ignored, you are making a rod for your own back. But the alternatives are bleak. Perhaps if the Americans took black children out of the ghettos at an early age…but how do you do that? To even suggest it is to be branded a racist.

    The combination of “hip hop” culture, the cult of celebrity, the valorization of prison, crazy drug laws and a belief that actually speaking of the problem is racist per se means the issue is never going to be resolved.

    A very few black kids will make it out. But the huge majority will have no hope and no work. Worse, the American genius is importing more cotton pickers from Mexico and beyond. If any one should be against mass immigration it is the poor blacks whose faint hope of a job is being destroyed by the legions of illegals.

    I don’t see a way out for the US. Maybe a serious war but that is about it.

  • David Murrell

    Quote from the excellent FrontPageMag book review: No short supply of media talking heads, along with their accomplices in academia, Hollywood, and Washington D.C., go so far as to excuse black mob violence.

    We see more and more of the above quote in our friendly criminal-gang-supportive media, e.g., CNN News. More and more the talking heads at CNN News seem sympathetic to organized black gang violence, CNN News is following the lead set by Obama and his ex-Attorney General Eric Holder.

  • I wonder what their mothers and fathers think about this.

    Oh wait…