The System is unstable and may be beyond recovery. Outbreaks of black violence all over the country are only the first sign. And, as chronicled in the new edition of Colin Flaherty’s book White Girl Bleed a Lot : The Return of Racial Violence to America and how the Media Ignore It, the entire country is about to learn the real meaning of Chaos Theory.
About a month ago, I gave a small talk to a private group. As a launching point, I used my re-reading of Michael Crichton’s 1990 novel Jurassic Park. You know the story: man recreates extinct dinosaurs; puts dinosaurs in a theme park, believing that nature can be controlled; system collapses as the dinosaurs breed. As Crichton’s character mathematician Ian Malcolm says, “Life finds a way,” and chaos results.
Though the movie only touched on this point, Crichton’s book made the case that reality can’t be controlled and that no system can put you beyond what he has Malcolm call “the mercy of nature.” Through Malcolm, Crichton allows us to watch Chaos Theory unfold as the park descends into anarchy. Malcolm uses fractal curves and their successive re-drawings to show how “underlying instabilities begin to appear.” When the collapse begins, those in charge of the billion dollar enterprise think they can still regain control. They can’t.
Today, America is also being run by those who have only the illusion of control.
For 45 years, the U.S. elite’s governing template has been that laid down by the 1968 Kerner Commission in the wake of what blacks still remember as the “rebellions” in Watts, Newark, and Detroit that turned those cities into urban wastelands for decades.
Kerner placed the blame for the uprisings squarely on white America. The black rioters, who had burned large sections of American cities and were only subdued by the National Guard, were completely exonerated. As American Renaissance Editor Jared Taylor noted in Paved With Good Intentions:
One of the less famous sentences in the Kerner Commission report [PDF] begins with the words, “White racism is essentially responsible for the explosive mixture which has been accumulating in our cities…” This sentence has gotten little attention because its truth was taken for granted.
When Kerner Commission gave this pass to African-Americans, it set up what is essentially a new system of control. Attacks on white citizens and their property were ultimately the fault of white racism. Criticism of blacks was no longer permissible—unless you want a riot, which is of course a justified black response to collective white racism.
This became the ideological justification for an expansive and aggressively multiculturalist federal government. “White privilege,” unverifiable and unfalsifiable, is the excuse for sweeping infringements on freedom of association and speech. Destroying “white racism” is the ultimate motive for mass immigration. Black misbehavior and crime, no matter how egregious or horrific, is ultimately a justification to punish whites and confiscate their resources through what amounts to racial socialism.
But just as “underlying instabilities” began to appear in Jurassic Park, they are now starting to appear in the United States. We are already reaching a point where (as Jurassic Park’s Malcolm’s computations told him) “System recovery may prove impossible.”
White Girl Bleed A Lot—the title derives from a 2011 attack in Milwaukee—shows how this system is breaking down. It exposes in gruesome detail how more than 500 incidents of massive black mob violence (most targeting whites) have occurred since 2010. Flaherty has compiled the type of sociological expose that would have disproved the Kerner Report had the reporting (and technology) existed in 1968.
Originally self-published—and selling more than 10,000 copies—Flaherty’s completely reworked book has now been reissued by WND Books. Not only is this a major increase in exposure and credibility for Flaherty, it also represents a genuinely new way of using print in the information age. The book contains QR codes that can be scanned by smart phones enabling the reader to watch actual videos of black mob violence.
Of course, anti-white violence is nothing new to VDARE.com readers. Nicholas Stix has exhaustively detailed incidents showing how the system of “white guilt” set up in the late 1960s is increasingly untenable. White Americans increasingly understand it is black racism that is to blame for these events.
On WND, Flaherty's reports are now appearing on one of the most heavily trafficked websites on the Internet.
Nor is he alone. Matt Drudge of the Drudge Report aggressively links to stories such as the murder of Chris Lane and the beating of two white Virginia Pilot reporters by dozens of blacks, resulting in millions of reads. Glenn Becks’ The Blaze apes Flaherty’s approach to win a huge audience. Beck himself aired a highly emotional program on the “Knoxville Horror” (of which apparently he had never heard although VDARE.com first wrote about it six years ago) on his own television program.
Despite growing official repression, there is a huge audience hungry to learn the truth about the collapse of our cities and the violence in our streets. And with each new person who learns the truth, more instability is added to the System—regardless of the wishes of the Minority Occupation Government, or, for that matter, the Beltway Right.
Like the Soviet tyranny of the 1980s, the system of control is far more fragile than it appears. The popularity of Flaherty's message shows the cracks are spreading.
As celebrated black conservative Thomas Sowell says in a blurb he courageously provided for the new edition:
Reading Colin Flaherty’s book made painfully clear to me that the magnitude of this problem is greater than I had discovered from my own research. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities.
Flaherty does make one mistake. He tells us in White Girl Bleed a Lot that “Racial violence is back.”
But it never went away. What is fading is the pat explanation that it is something white Americans deserve.
Paul Kersey [Email him] is the author of the blog SBPDL, and has published the books SBPDL Year One, Hollywood in Blackface and Escape From Detroit, Opiate of America: College Football in Black and White and Second City Confidential: The Black Experience in Chicagoland. His latest book is The Tragic City: Birmingham 1963-2013.