Colin Flaherty is dead, award winning writer whose work – cause of death

By | January 12, 2022

Colin Flaherty is dead – Rest in Peace @colinflaherty You probably did more than anyone to document the Anti-White crimes and murderers that took place in America. A heroic modern-day Crusader for our people. You’ll be missed, sir.

Colin Flaherty is an award-winning author whose work has been published in more than 1,000 places worldwide, including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Miami Herald, Washington Post, Peng Bo Business Weekly, Time Magazine, etc.

Colin Flaherty is an award-winning author whose work has been published in more than 1,000 places worldwide, including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Miami Herald, Washington Post, Peng Bo Business Weekly, Time Magazine, etc.

He is the author of Amazon’s #1 best-selling book: “White Girls Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence and How the Media Ignored It.” and “Don’t Make Black Kids Angry: The Hoax That Black Victimization and the People Who Made It Possible.”

Thomas Sowell: “Reading Colin Flaherty made me painfully understand that the problem is bigger than I found from my own research. He documented race riots, media, and political evasion in dozens of cities.” – National Review.

Anthony Kumia: “Good book.” Alex Jones of Inforwars.com: “Fantastic. I can’t put it down.” From The Bill Cunningham Show. It’s official: “A great book. Colin Flaherty was a great American.”

Neal Boortz: “Colin Flaherty has become public enemy number one in the left-wing media because of his research on the culture of black violence.” “Colin Flaherty has done more than any other reporter has done to cover the soaring black-on-white crime, violence, and abuse across the country.”

Milt Rosenberg, WGN: “I have a great tribute to Colin Flaherty’s ‘White Girls Bleed Too Much’. A very interesting book that points to an important point to face problem.”

The Houston Examiner said the book was “magical” because “it will make it clear to you why ‘Flashmob’ is such a troubling issue for the American media, politicians and polite conversation.” Jason Lewis called it “an important and explosive book.” Talk show host Jesse Lee Peterson said, “This is a book you must read.”

“This is a challenging book,” said Dan Alder, who was named columnist of the year by the San Diego Press Club and the Professional Journalists Association. “It’s an interesting, powerful and ultimately persuasive book, and the author is a great American writer who is not afraid to look at it. The most thoughtful but unspoken feature of American life.”

CHML Radio’s Scott Thompson said it was an “important and serious” book.

He’s also the author of Redwood to Deadwood: A 53-Year-Old Guy Hitchhiking in America. again.

“A good book written by a good man” – Marc Middleton, NPR.

“At the end of the day, every travel book is a journey of self-discovery. It’s also — like Bill Byerson’s “Into the Woods,” Keirauke’s “On the Road,” or even Piersig’s “Into the Woods.” Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: You feel as if you are with him. This book belongs on the same shelf.

Colin Flaherty is dead, award winning writer whose work – cause of death

“A great book by a great Saint-American author.” -John Sryker Meyer, author of the best-selling Vietnamese book: Over the Fence. In June 2011, Colin Flaherty won first place in the Washington Post Spy Fiction Writers Competition. He is the only two-time winner.

Best-selling author and Washington Post editor David Ignatius said Flaherty’s work was his “favorite” and “very deft.”

The Washington Post said: “Ignatius was impressed by Flaherty’s wit, writing: “Smart guy. “

“Clearly, Kelvin Wiley would still be behind bars if it weren’t for the efforts of an independent investigative journalist, Colin Flaherty, who dug up what was supposed to be an attempt to convict Wiley or the fact of innocence.”