(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.

Philadelphia reporters just can’t say it: The City of Brotherly Love is the site of frequent and intense black mob violence and black-on-white crime – including at least five recent examples of the Knockout Game.

From the suburbs to the subways, they play the game in Philly the way they do in Chicago, New York, Baltimore, Springfield, Missouri, Champaign, Ill., and dozens of other cities and college campuses around the country: Find a white person. An Asian will do. Punch him (or her) in the face as hard as you can until your arms get tired or the victim gets knocked out. Or dies.

In a recent Philadelphia case, a 63-year-old man was walking his dog when two people stopped and “punched him right in the mouth and knocked him to the ground,” said a police spokesman to the CBS affiliate.

“The only apparent motive in these attacks, as in all Knockout attacks, is to inflict injury on a random victim,” the station dutifully reports.

In another “random” case, women are attacked on the subway.

None of the stories bother to say the attackers are black. And the “random” victims are not. Not black. Not random.

“The media will not say what many people in Philadelphia know: These attacks are examples of black mob violence and black-on-white crime that are now accepted as a normal part of life in Philly,” said Taleeb Starkes, a Philadelphia native and author of the Uncivil War: Confronting the Subculture Within The African American Community. “Black leaders are now past denying it, and well into defending it. But always trying to shut down conversation about it.”

Black mob violence in Philadelphia takes many forms. Some directed at whites. Some at Asians. Or ‘Gays.’ Or old people. Or young people. Or black people.

In Overbrook High School earlier this month, hundreds of black people fought and destroyed property during a midday riot. Nine students were arrested. Two were hospitalized. Along with one administrator who tried to stop the violence.

Black mobs routinely terrorize cities across the country, but the media and government are silent. Read the detailed account of rampant racial crime – and get links to videos providing the proof – in “White Girl Bleed A Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It.”

The latest episode caused staff to issue a plea for understanding. And help. Said one staffer to the CBS affiliate after the recent riot, violence is an everyday thing at this black high school:

“It’s mayhem. Students are in the halls, they’re smoking in the bathroom; cigarettes, marijuana,” said a worker at the school, who asked not to be identified. “We can’t contain them and it’s really hazardous for us working and these kids are not being educated at all.”

“It’s a zoo in here. Parents really need to come up here and see what’s going on in this school because it’s ridiculous,” said the worker.

Examples abound:

Earlier this year in a Philadelphia suburb, nine black people stalked, taunted, beat, kicked, laughed at, spit at, and threw a local school girl into traffic – ultimately sending her to the hospital with a collapsed lung.

Over the last several years, downtown Philadelphia has been a national center of black mob violence the local media likes to call “flash mobs.”

Without ever mentioning that everyone involved in the violence and property destruction is black, Philadelphia media have reported dozens of examples of large groups of black people rampaging through downtown and the gentrified South Philadelphia neighborhood: Stopping traffic. Pulling people out of cars. Invading restaurants. Stealing phones. Assaulting people. Much of it on video.

Many of the violent incidents are documented in “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore it.”

Temple University, located near the epicenter of much of this chaos, declared last year the violence was a public health problem. After lots of deliberation, they decided to hire three community activists from “the neighborhood.”

Imbued with “street cred,” they talk to the leaders of the violent flash mobs in Philadelphia and convince them to stop beating, looting, stealing, vandalizing and all that. They hired a 26-year old guy named Brandon Jones. Here’s why:

“Brandon Jones knows the streets of South Philadelphia, and he understands what his young clients are going through in their daily lives. He can relate.”

It did not take Brandon long to figure it all out: All of the dozens of examples of black mob violence were just kids who wanted to blow off some steam.

In 2010, a Department of Justice investigation found that officials at South Philadelphia High School had ignored daily examples of black mob violence – over a several year period – directed at Asian students. The principal said she did not call the police because she did not want to “criminalize” the black students. And besides, she hinted to reporters, the Asian students were actually responsible for the violence because they antagonized the students at this 87 percent black school by not knowing enough about black culture.

She gave them a pamphlet instructing them how to behave around their black classmates so as not to encourage violence.

Some say the media do not cover racial violence because it is too politically sensitive. Others say because it is so common. Philadelphia Magazine tried earlier this year with a halting and apologetic story called “Being White in Philly.”

“Everyone might have a race story,” said Steve Huber of Philadelphia Magazine. “But few whites risk the third-rail danger of publicly speaking about race, given the long troubled history of race relations in this country, and even more so in this city.”

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter said the article was “disgusting” and called for an investigation from the city’s Human Rights Commission. Local and national media chimed in, blistering the story, shaking their heads in disbelief at those who noticed black mob violence.

Jamilah Lemieux of Ebony said he wanted to “slam my head” against the desk after reading “Being White in Philly” because Huber did not recognize that white racism is responsible for black violence. And that people like Huber are in a “panic” because their “deeply ingrained notions of White Supremacy” give them unrealistic expectations of how safe they should be in their – and other – neighborhoods.

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Black mobs routinely terrorize cities across the country, but the media and government are silent. Read the detailed account of rampant racial crime – and get links to videos providing the proof – in “White Girl Bleed A Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore It.”

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