Posted on April 30, 2023


Anonymous American, American Renaissance, April 30, 2023

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

A few years ago, my brother was in Seattle with his two young sons. They had a half a day to kill before boarding a cruise ship for Alaska, so they decided to check out the local museums. While riding the metro, a young black man walked up to an old white woman, and without saying a word, started punching her repeatedly in the head and face. Luckily, a white guy rose to the occasion and put him in a headlock until the transit police arrived. The cops asked a few questions of the people who’d witnessed the attack, and took the cuffed assailant away without incident. The woman was taken away as well, presumably for medical assistance. My brother was completely shocked, as were his kids. He said the black guy was dressed nice and looked totally normal, he was not obviously homeless or anything like that. Interestingly, when we checked the local news websites, reports of the assault were nowhere to be found. My brother was incredulous and kept saying how he didn’t understand why this guy would do such a thing. My suspicion, and what I told him is, “Maybe he just doesn’t like white people.” We will probably never know exactly why this black man decided to viciously assault this innocent white woman, but there is one thing that I know for sure: My nephews learned a valuable lesson that day.