Rottweiler Rescues White Woman from Black Violence on Hiking Trail (Video)

This is a Colin Flaherty video published on January 28, 2017. As you know, Colin is a best selling author specializing in exposing black on white crime and the media’s efforts to cover it up.

As we’ve noted here before, dogs do not like blacks. My own theory is that dogs can smell the jungle on them and have a distant collective memory of being eaten by black cannibals.

A selection of youtube comments:

FACT: Despite being outnumbered by whites five to one, blacks commit eight times more crimes against whites than vice-versa, according to FBI statistics. A black male is 40 times as likely to assault a white person as the reverse. These figures also show that interracial rape is almost exclusively black on white.

Don’t Make The Rottweiler Angry.

Have you noticed how many black people are given public facing jobs , adverts , sports etc etc ( ahead of other races ) to make them seem ok and not the violent racist savages they are deep down .

This is my favorite report yet,I love Rottweilers there a very loyal breed and at only 10 months ,imagine if he was a year older he would have killed this man.

it surprises me that the black guy even got near the dog. mist if them are scared of dogs. bet he didnt see the dog till it was to late

8 thoughts on “Rottweiler Rescues White Woman from Black Violence on Hiking Trail (Video)

  1. I’ll start the commenting by noting that I know the woman attacked is not white, but probably part Asian. However, she’s white enough for a black to think he’s going after a white woman. White is the word Colin uses to describe her too.

  2. My sister is another “dog lady” who used to run a dog adoption agency. She has had Rotweillers, Pit Bulls and other large dogs of her own. Whenever she took one of them out for a walk and ran into some numbskull negro who would invariably ask “Does your dog bite?”, she would answer “Yes, he bites … and then he chews and swallows”.

      • Man’s best friend, yes! but not sure about the kneegross. Most dogs and their owners I have met do not feel comfortable or like being anywhere near groids.

        I’m more of a car person but he cats I have owned did not like kneegross. It must be either a smell or maybe a karma thing that animals pick up on.

  3. She said her emotions are still raw. Not as raw as the dindus wound. Still, all the dogs and police in the world aren’t enough if these punks aren’t being put away (or put down).

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