The Un-Civil War: BLACKS vs NIGGERS

A disgusted Black man boldly confronts the dysfunctional and criminal subculture along with their apologists that exists within the African American community This race realist endeavor exposes many inconvenient truths and will certainly become a catalyst for candid conversation.Flooded with statistics, headlines, pictures and other evidence, this book is not simply anA disgusted Black man boldly confronts the dysfunctional and criminal subculture along with their apologists that exists within the African American community This race realist endeavor exposes many inconvenient truths and will certainly become a catalyst for candid conversation.Flooded with statistics, headlines, pictures and other evidence, this book is not simply an anecdotal tale of a miserable, inner city co existence it s a war report.
The Un Civil War BLACKS vs NIGGERS A disgusted Black man boldly confronts the dysfunctional and criminal subculture along with their apologists that exists within the African American community This race realist endeavor exposes many i

  • Title: The Un-Civil War: BLACKS vs NIGGERS
  • Author: Taleeb Starkes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. Until now, I had mistakenly used the term 'blacks', a small but productive, contributing, upwardly mobile, responsible and law-abiding group within the Af Am community instead of the proper descriptive term 'n---ers', an utterly destructive subculture within the African American community, as being responsible for much of the violence and mayhem in society. Like the author, I am also black. Thanks to his awesome book of brutal honesty, minute detail and spot on insight, I now fully appreciate th [...]

    2. Whew: This the book that needed to be written. And we need to read it. Taleeb is leading a new pack of thinkers who just don't want to hear any more excuses for black pathology. Great book that will be around for a long time.

    3. This book was right on point. Everything said by Mr. Starkes is the truth. It's sad but true and until we can stop glorifying the ignorance displayed we will never overcome as a race of people.

    4. This is tough to read.It's tough because, as Starkes freely acknowledges, he is not a professional writer. It shows. It's tough to read because Starkes is so clearly angry and frustrated. It angers me that this book had to be written in my country.And it's tough to read because as long as Starkes insists on using the word "nigger," he will be marginalized. I understand why he uses the word, but it is simply too incendiary. Using it relegates the book to the fringes.

    5. Everyone should be required to read this book.This book is not for the faint of heart. He holds nothing back and tells the truth. He explains the difference between the black and bigger thinking. All teachers and political leaders should be required to read this book. Good read. Explains why Furguson happened.

    6. To the author - shameful. Doesn't matter what your "message" is, you know as well as I do, that saying that drums up your sales and lands you a little spotlight. You could have used something else. This has nothing to do with living in a PC driven society. Brave men and women fought to eradicae that word, show some respect Mr Taleeb Starkes.

    7. Mr. Starkes has a unique point of view in that he grew up in the 'hood and went to prison and has now turned his life around to mentor young black men to see there is another way.Interesting analysis of the differences between what Starkes calls "niggers" and Blacks. Reading this as your average newspaper reader, it seems to hold a lot of truth. There ARE "Quadruplers" and gangs. People whine about how many young black men are in prison. I seriously doubt that the police just go and round them u [...]

    8. Harsh title but an excellent bookI recommend that all races read this book. Mr Starkes has an message and is not afraid to say it. He points out the difference between Black people and niggers and the differences are huge. The similarities between Whites and white trash of which I used to be. This book gives hope to change also but you have to want to change.

    9. Interesting readVery well written book, with the author drawing upon conviction borne of personal experience. I think a few more anecdotes, examples, and stories would have added some color and helped illustrate many of the points presented, but overall worth the read.

    10. Harsh But TrueTaleeb speaks the painful truth. The subculture is the elephant in the living room that most liberal blacks would rather ignore or downplay.

    11. Fantastic book. If you want to understand the current racial problems in the U.S or are curious why cities like Detriot are collapsing, start here.

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