Obama's Endgame

In the winter of 1993, Colin Ferguson exercised his racial animosity against whites by shooting passengers on a commuter train from Manhattan.  Upon investigation, it was found that he had a vendetta against whites. After the Rodney King case, white truck driver Reginald Denny was savagely beaten by angry blacks.  During the ensuing riots, black and Hispanic looters were given a pass under the rubric of "justified social rage." The aforementioned material comes from Dinesh D'Souza's 1995 book entitled The End of Racism: Principles for a Multiracial Society.  Now, twenty years later, we see how this "violent expression" is expanding, all the while being promoted by the first black president of the United States. Currently, we see out-of-control black teenagers attacking people at malls and swimming pools, yet the coverage in the media is, for the most part, nonexistent.  Colin Flaherty leads the charge in exposing the brutality...(Read Full Article)