Posted on May 1, 2022

‘I Remember Screaming Out in Pain and the Sound of Laughter’

Anonymous American, American Renaissance, May 1, 2022

This story is one of hundreds Colin Flaherty planned to publish in a book before his death. American Renaissance will post one a week.

In 2007, I was walking home from high school in Las Vegas. Suddenly, I noticed a black kid walking towards me. I was listening to music on my headphones, so I didn’t hear another lumbering black kid stalking me from behind. That one punched me in the head. I don’t know how long the attack lasted. I remember screaming out in pain and the sound of laughter. I also remember feeling my collarbone break. A passing car honked, but no one stopped. The kids ran away with my iPod. Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Detectives, after apprehending the two minors, informed me that they had been on a crime spree, building up their “street cred.” At the trial, another white kid gave a victim impact statement. When I confronted one of my attackers in court, he looked at me with a smile on his face and told me he fell in with the wrong crowd. My broken collarbone never healed properly.

I was still a progressive for several years after my attack, but I was more cautious around blacks than before, and strove to be more aware of my surroundings. At times, I felt I was prejudicial and/or paranoid for my fear. However, in 2016, I red-pilled myself on race, multiculturalism and the other progressive beliefs thanks to YouTube channels of Stefan Molyneux, Jesse Lee Peterson, and Mike Cernovich. Colin Flaherty’s videos about interracial crime are also great, even though sharing them has made a couple of my “friends,” black or not, angry.