Sunday, January 15, 2017

A Day in the Life of Whites in Jacksonville: BOW Crime Wave (Colin Flaherty Video)

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Black-on-White Crime Wave, Same Day, Jacksonville


Posted by Colin Flaherty YouTube Channel on January 14, 2017.


Anonymous said...

The home invasion victim says that the perpetrator was a friend of a friend. What kind of friend is one who gets his buddies to invade your home with guns and steal everything? I suppose that this is another 'by any means necessary' move by blacks to rationalize criminal activity. I hope they are caught soon.

Anonymous said...

To me, the perpetrator wanted to abduct her in order to sexually violate and rape her. The police should be checking out convicted sex offenders and rapists who were recently released from prison or who are out on bail.

Anonymous said...

The woman was not culpable in any way for being attacked,but the first guy--Giunuzzi--sure seems like he was involved in something that led to this."A friend of a friend"--is no friend of mine,I always say.Nice place for a 23 year old that does what(?) for a living.Something fishy stinketh on that one.Imho.
Hang with the blacks in any way and they will rob,assault and/or kill you.

Jim-Jim said...

Vonnegut was in the land army, not the Army Air Corps, and he was a POW in Dresden when it was firebombed, an experience described in his novel, "Slaughterhouse Five."

Nicholas said...


Dang it!

I’d read Vonnegut’s recounting of his wartime experiences (in the intro to Slaughterhouse Five?), but obviously got it wrong. I’d read it back during my days as a university student in West Germany. I always said to myself that even if you’re sure you remember something, if it’s a matter of public record, you always have to double-check it. Thus, I forgot both the facts, and my own self-admonishment.

Thanks for the correction!

Anonymous said...

It's only an allegation,but white woman (and former girlfriend)Tiffany Thompson tried tob file charges against negro NFLer Ezekiel Elliott (Cowboys).
I hadn't heard about this incident until ESPN had a little story on the crawl during Sportscenter.So I googled it and this has been ongoing since July,when she posted pics of her bruises.
She claimed she "was choked and thrown around rooms and into walls."
Police investigated but the DA decided that no charges would be filed against the star RB from Dallas.
However tonight,ESPN reported the NFL was looking into this matter and a statement was being requested of Elliott in the incident.
Pics and story are plentiful on the net.
I'll believe her side of the story.
--GR Anonymous

David In TN said...

Kurt Vonnegut was in the 106th Infantry Division which was a new and inexperienced one right in the path of the German Ardennes offensive. One of my uncles was in the 28th Division beside the 106th. "They hit us. They really hit us," he told me.

Some five to six thousand men of the 106th surrendered in one group

My uncle said the men around him "either got killed, ran off, were taken prisoner, or fell back to Bastogne." He reached Bastogne and took part in the successful defense.