An Aug. 20 WorldNetDaily article carries the headline "Blacks pummel white guy for 'fun of it.'" and it surprisingly doesn't carry the byline of WND's chief race-baiter, Colin Flaherty.
That's not to say Flaherty has been idle, though. He penned an Aug. 16 WND column responding to Salon's takedown of his race-baiting work (which he conveniently does not link to), in which he pretends he's not race-baiting:
I also write about 20 black people who beat up a white woman at a park:
“He also seems to intentionally elide the stated motive for the attack, which wasn’t anti-white animus but a missing pair of sunglasses.”
Note the word “seems” – a word I never use. Something happened and I confirmed it. Or I did not write it. There is no seems.
I do not say the attack was anti-white. I describe the attackers as a mob of black people as part of a pattern of dozens of such attacks in Minneapolis. I don’t do the mob minding-reading trick, so I do not speak to motivation. But I do keep my eyes open and watch what happens. It is called reporting.
Given that the entire ouevre of Flaherty's work is about blacks beating up white people, the implication that it's anti-white is built in. It's just silly for Flaherty to pretend that's not the point.
And then, later in his column, Flaherty again brings up "racial violence" -- thus reinforcing his point that blacks beating up whites is all about being "anti-white."
Just give it up, Colin. Be honest with yourself and embrace the clear meaning of what you write.