Posted on May 8, 2022

The Black Family Is a Lost Cause

Anonymous American, American Renaissance, May 8, 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.

I live outside a “chocolate city” in Alabama. I worked for years in the cable industry, which required me to go into some of the worst areas and into some of the most vile homes one could ever imagine. As a cable system auditor, I was responsible for finding illegally connected residences. And as you would suspect, the overwhelming majority of those illegally connected were in the black neighborhoods. My job would require me to disconnect the service and then go to their door and sell legal service. Now most civilized humans would not blame me for losing their illegal cable, but with blacks, it’s a different story. I have been cursed, threatened, chased, and attacked — even while on my ladder.

Over the last 12 years, I’ve seen a lot of black families, and they’re nearly all dysfunctional. Even when there’s a father at home, he’s often willing to abuse his kids right in front of the cable guy. Black mothers talk to their children as if they were misbehaving animals. It’s always the same. Even if things turned around right now for the “black community,” it would take at least three generations to get to any kind of normalcy. It’s a lost cause.