As the violent riots in the streets of St. Louis press on with no sign of stopping in the near future, it’s time for a reminder. The black community of Ferguson, Missouri is still outraged over the death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown at the hands of a decorated white police officer. At the same time, the leftwing media seems to have collectively forgotten that this same community is responsible for a horrendous number of racial hate crimes perpetrated against white individuals at the hands of blacks. When I say horrendous, I’m not exaggerating. A St. Louis area judge revealed that one black man alone was responsible for 300 different knockout game offenses.
The knockout game rose to popularity earlier this year, despite being an incredibly awful stunt. What many people don’t know, is that St. Louis, Missouri, is the birthplace of this game, which involves a black individual randomly punching a white person until they are effectively knocked out. In some of the more serious cases, the white person has actually died. In none of those cases, though, did a bunch of white people riot in the streets and loot businesses.
Colin Flaherty is an expert on racial violence within the black community and author of the book “White Girl Bleed A Lot.” He explains:
“St. Louis is another place, that if you didn’t know you’d be surprised, how much racial black mob violence happens in St. Louis. St. Louis is the birthplace of something they call the ‘knockout game’. The rules are pretty simple: Gather a bunch of black people, find a defenseless white person, you punch them in the face until they are knocked out or until your arms are tired or until that person is dead.”
There are so many knockout game attacks perpetrated on the streets of St. Louis that many of the black people who are responsible for them get away without even the slightest consequence. Others who are caught, often times have their cases dismissed in court because key witnesses are too afraid to testify against them for fear of retaliation. The video above shows evidence of this. Mob violence is so prevalent in St. Louis that residents of the area live in fear of the delinquent black community. There are certain areas which white people avoid at all costs, because going there means an almost certain assault. Clearly, the issue which needs to be addressed here is not white on black violence, but vice versa.
In the words of Colin Flaherty, an expert on this issue:
“St. Louis is a nasty place, with lots of media trying to ignore what everybody in St. Louis knows to be true; that there’s a lot of black mob violence in St. Louis.”
If you’re interested in learning more about this, you should definitely pick up a copy of Flaherty’s book. It’s a real eye-opener.
Don’t let the lame stream media fool you into believing that the black community in St. Louis, Missouri is only a collection of peaceful, law-abiding citizens who are exercising their Constitutional right to protest. The roots of racial violence run deep in those people.