Colin Flaherty, RIP
We are deeply saddened to report that Colin Flaherty has passed away too early, at the age of 66, of cancer.
Colin was a fearless crusader, taking up one of the most taboo stories in modern America: the rising tide of Black violence directed against other races, egged on by racial grievance-mongers. This was long before BLM.
This work made him unpopular, to say the least, in the corporate media, but that didn't stop Colin, who documented his work meticulously.
Colin Flaherty (YouTube screen grab).
Colin was the author of 135 articles and blog posts at American Thinker, as well as three books:
White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It, out of print but available as an audiobook at Amazon. Update. We have been informed that Colin Flaherty made an agreement with Mighty Right Media to reprint his books White Girl Bleed a Lot and Don't Make the Black Kids Angry. Alas, Amazon will not carry them, as they go against the current narrative of racial victimization, a narrative Colin routinely dynamited. The books are available on Lulu.com website.
Don't Make The Black Kids Angry: The hoax of black victimization and those who enable it, available at Barnes & Noble but not Amazon.
Redwood to Deadwood: A 53-Year old dude hitchhikes across America, available at Amazon.
I met with Colin once and found him to be a charming fellow with a personality and a half, a sterling example of urban Irish-American culture. Feisty but with a smile. Engaging, funny, and full of energy.
Rest in peace, Colin. You were a prophet.