Monday, July 16, 2012

“White Girl Bleed A Lot”

From Dr. Thomas Sowell: "Are race riots not news?"
When I first saw a book with the title, “White Girl Bleed A Lot” by Colin Flaherty, I instantly knew what it was about, even though I had not seen the book reviewed anywhere, and knew nothing about the author.
That is because I had encountered that phrase before, while doing research for the four new chapters on intellectuals and race that I added to the revised edition of my own book, “Intellectuals and Society,” published this year.


SWIFT said...

These race riots, covered up by Mayors, MSM and even Chiefs of Police, are nothing but the Continuation War; unfinished business from the 1960's. In some cases, they would happen no matter what steps were taken to curb the hatred, but having black agitators in high places guarantees more of the same. It is like everyone has horse blinders on and cannot see that no good can come from it. I do not understand how perpetual war in our streets can be of benefit to anyone. Someone, left or right, has an agenda beyond my ken.

Dakota said...

Troubling isn't it. In my experiences in life (and I have many), the most racist people I have ever met have been those that are always saying they are poor repressed black people.

Having spent time in Africa and lived there I can assure you that the "black" man of Africa does not blame white people for the slave trade. WHile we are at it, I used to drink whiskey with an envoy from the American embassy in Monrovia, Liberia..... an American "Black" man who proudly told me one day that he was "so glad" that his ancestors were put on a slave ship and sent to America and saved him from being born and raised in Africa.

Oh and one more thing ...... if you so called "African Americans" go to Africa and announce that you are African Americans they will not have the faintest idea what the hell you are talking about...... you are an "American" .... period!!

Unknown said...

His writings are really different. When you read the ebook you'll get to see the links of videos and photos. It is not just an ordinary story to read. These are real things that really happened. But it was sad to know that race issue between black and white would gone this bad.. Still, a lesson learned.