Anonymous American, American Renaissance, July 17, 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 grew up in Seattle and attended a diverse high school where white kids didn’t use most of the restrooms because they were full of violent black kids and marijuana smoke. We had to go use the safer facilities at the gym. I remember this kid named “Mark,” a scrawny white kid from a well-off family. On the first day of school, a pair of black brothers demanded five dollars from Mark, but he didn’t want to pay. So they dealt a sucker punch to his kidneys. Mark paid. Guess what he did the next day? Paid them again. When did it stop? When Mark left the school three years later. The lunch money racket. These two blacks ran a whole lunch money racket and had at least a dozen kids on daily collection. This was considered a good school in Seattle.