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(Editor’s note: Colin Flaherty has done more reporting than any other journalist on what appears to be a nationwide trend of skyrocketing black-on-white crime, violence and abuse. WND features these reports to counterbalance the virtual blackout by the rest of the media due to their concerns that reporting such incidents would be inflammatory or even racist. WND considers it racist not to report racial abuse solely because of the skin color of the perpetrators or victims.) Videos linked or embedded may contain foul language and violence.
The black mob in Baltimore did not get the message.
Or maybe the video was misleading.
Maybe the white person in the video being chased and beaten Saturday night by a black mob in Baltimore said something, did something, to antagonize his attackers.
Maybe he followed them. Maybe he profiled them. He’s not talking at the moment. He’s just out of surgery for a broken jaw. But this victim was no neighborhood watchman. He was just a waiter going home after working the evening shift at a local wine bar.
Maybe the woman they attacked soon before provoked the black mob in the same manner.
The Fox affiliate carried the story and the video:
“Coworkers of the victims say he is still in the hospital after having surgery on his jaw. They also say they are now taking extra steps to be safe.”
“A girl at my work got robbed right before that, we think, by the same people. So she’s been staying at my house just because it’s not safe for her to be by herself.”
Broken jaws and other damage from black mob violence are often reported as “minor injuries.”
And black mobs attacking restaurant workers is not racial violence, but a “street altercation.” Happens all the time. That’s what the editor of the Virginian-Pilot said last year to Fox News ace Jesse Watters – albeit through the cracked window of a car when Watters tracked him down after the editor refused to meet with him to discuss black mob violence against two of his reporters in Norfolk.
The recent Baltimore attacks took place just a few hours and a few blocks away from one of the 100 rallies nationwide to protest the acquittal of George Zimmerman for the self-defense killing Trayvon Martin.
A crowd of hundreds gathered at the federal court house to hear Pastor Farajii Mohammad and others talk about how people “outside of the black race” were devaluing black lives.
One speaker after another railed against the injustice of the verdict, which national leaders like Al Sharpton said was the part of an “open season” on black men at the hands of violent white people.
Curiously, no one referred to the epidemic of black mob violence in downtown Baltimore – all within shouting distance of the rally – and the Inner Harbor area, documented in “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence and how the media ignore it.”
Last summer the black mob violence got so bad that state legislator Pat McDonough asked the governor to declare the Inner Harbor a “No-Travel Zone” because he said “black youth” were “terrorizing” the area.
The governor, mayor and political leaders throughout the state variously denied the violence was happening; denied the fact that it was all black mob violence had any import; and condemned McDonough for noticing.
After the rally, after the violence, The Baltimore Sun published a montage of young black people holding signs, clearly worried about the epidemic of white on black violence that is sweeping the country.
Which no one outside of Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and few big city newspaper editors believes is actually happening.
You decide: Here’s the video: Just the latest of thousands of examples of black mob violence in the last few years. All over the country. In cities big and small:
Links to a more complete video and news history of recent black mob violence in Baltimore can be found here: Black mob violence in Baltimore just a few hours after the Trayvon rally. – Epidemic of black mob violence: White Girl Bleed a Lot.
Including the now famous viral video of a black mob attacking a tourist on St. Patrick's. An attack that was part of more black mob violence from a crowd of 500 that evening.
Violence that city officials denied until the Baltimore Sun reviewed 911 tapes which revealed the true extent and intensity of the assaults and chaos that overwhelmed the ability of local police to deal with it.
After the attack, the victim's friends poured out of a local wine bar and chased the predators. To no avail.
No one can say what would have happened had these residents of Little Italy caught them. It is known that many who live in that once-proud, now crime-ridden part of town carry permits to possess firearms for self-defense.
Some of the neighbors called on city hall to beef up police presence. Many of the people to whom they appealed for help are the same ones who denied the problem exists.
The same ones in attendance at the rally for Trayvon.
Meanwhile, a few miles down the road, a mob of black people had to decide what to do on a Saturday in Washington, D.C.
They had two choices:
1) Head downtown to the Trayvon rally and party with Dick Gregory and lots of other cool folks.
Complain about white people getting away with killing black people. Then walk around. Carry some signs. Wave a few fists around. Complain some more.
Afterwards, meet with fellow activists for a consciousness raising encounter group about Critical Race Theory.
2) Flash rob a local convenience store. Then bash the clerk with a big piece of lumber.
Some people in a black mob chose No. 2.
To be fair: Maybe they did both. We just don't know.