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Letter from a school bus. I grew up in a small southern town next to a large military installation. My father was in the armed forces for 20 years. As you can imagine, he did quite a bit of traveling during those 20 years. Because I lived next to a military base in a southern state, I had a lot of exposure to black people. The population of my hometown was about half black. I went to a public school and was taught by both white and black teachers. I honestly believe that they are more racist than most whites, even though the current narrative says that whites cannot be victims of racism that is a huge lie and it needs to be eradicated. I started riding the school bus when I was in the 3rd grade. My street was one of the last stops before we reached the school. When I first started riding the bus we had a very kind, older white bus driver and the majority of kids were white there were a few black children. There were very few problems on the bus and bus driver was loved by most of the children — especially the little ones. All of this changed a couple of years later this was long after segregation ended, by the way. We got a younger, black male bus driver and our routes must have changed because we suddenly got a lot of black kids on our bus — not that I minded. I experienced this firsthand. Like I said before, my stop was one of the last, and by the time we were picked up, all of the seats were taken. And we were all little. So we would get tossed around as the bus was moving and whenever it stopped. It was a potentially dangerous situation and we could have been injured or killed. Sadly, no one seemed to care on that bus. The bus driver never did a thing to help us. There were times when someone would let me sit down, but I do recall having to stand many times. One of my friends told her mother and she reported the bus driver but nothing was done about him and he actually mentioned to us that he knew about the report. He was definitely trying to intimidate us. And there were some fights on the bus. I guess they all had cars by then or found another way to school. I guess our age protected us younger ones to an extent, but what really made me want to stop riding the bus was the day I saw a teenage black make physically push a younger white boy who as about half his age. Thankfully no one was injured I was in the 8th grade when this happened. So by the time I reached high school, I could no longer take it. I begged my mother to drive me to school. Both my parents worked, but she was the only one who could take me because of her schedule. She worked both day and night shifts switching every couple of weeks or so , and sometimes she sacrificed her sleep by doing so. And my father usually picked me up. This continued until I finally got my own car at age Thank God my parents were willing to help me that way. I feel sorry for the kids in similar situations. Now I can understand why some parents insist on driving their kids to school. This is an experience that I have never forgotten and will always remember. They need to experience it on a regular basis. Celebrities are so out of touch with what happens in the real world. Lower middle class, working class, and poor whites get no sympathy from anyone. Celebrities mock them all the time. In retrospect, I got off pretty light. Thank you Colin Flaherty for bringing black on white crime to light. Please keep up the good work. His new book is Knockout Game a Lie? Both books are about black mob violence, black on white crime and the Knockout Game. He documents both the race riots and the media and political evasions in dozens of cities. Could not put it down. Ahead of the News. Garnering attention and sparking important discussions.
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