Taleeb Starke’s “The Un-civil War: Blacks vs. N*ggers,” Pt. 1

April 13, 2013 at 5:34 PM 6 comments

This is going to be a combination of review and commentary, so it’s going to wind up being several parts.  I want to talk about Taleeb Starkes’s book and discuss how, as he says, every culture has its own subculture.

Taleeb Starkes is a conservative, black American.  As such, he is also free to use the “N” word and does so frequently.  However, unlike those within that particular subculture (described by Starkes), who seem to revel in the use of it (almost as if they are thumbing their noses at white America who had better not use the same word), Starkes uses it more like an epithet. Again, coming from a black individual, he can get away with it.  Throughout this series of articles, I will use an asterisk in place of the “i” in the word.

In his chapter titled “What Do N*ggers Fear?” Starkes expresses himself quite intelligently on the subject, even presenting his points in a slightly comical way, through the use of sarcasm.  Referring to individuals within the black subculture, he states, “Since, they’re community agitators and not community assimilators, vigilant, intolerant neighborhoods are a detriment to their subculture. N*GGERS fear attentive neighbors and active town watches dedicated to community upkeep.[1]

The major problem with this particular subculture within the black community is the same for the subculture within the white community (poor “white trash” or white “low-lifes”).  Many believe they are owed something and it’s not simply those within the subculture of the black community, but the subculture of all communities (as Starkes takes pains to point out throughout his book).

The real difficulty is in how the rest of the black community deals with the black subculture compared to the way the white community deals with the subculture in ours.  Starkes asserts that the subculture within the black community is coddled, supported, excused, and even praised by other blacks.  Within the white race, the subculture is not coddled, supported, excused, or praised by other whites.

It’s too bad that Patrice Gibbs had not taken the time to read Starkes’ book because she might have come to a different conclusion (see article titled “Progressive Revolutionaries and Black Americans”).  She erroneously thought that Starkes was simply ripping new ones for part of the black community, when in point of fact, he was actually calling the black community to stop treating the subculture as if it was a viable and valuable part of the black community.  Starkes believes it is – like the subculture of most cultures – a virus that needs to be dealt with and soon.

Without the cover of the African-American community, their subculture would be a virus without a host. The African-American community has consistently provided a safe haven, while sheltering them from the consequences of their dysfunction. Across America, WHITES have created numerous Whitopias that are void of their underclass; BLACKS need to mimic that concept.”[2]

This truth is something that those on the left prefer to avoid and they avoid it well.  They would rather continue pretending that the reason a subculture within the black community exists is due to the effects of so-called “white privilege,” with white racism toward blacks as the anchor or source.  It then becomes a lifetime of blaming whites for a subculture’s problems and is often self-defeating.  That defeat is also blamed on the same “problem,” which in this case, stems from white racists.

As consistently stated throughout this book, all races have an underclass; but shockingly, only in the African-American community can continuous, underclass-sponsored travesties occur without aggressive reaction.”[3]  Starkes goes onto say that “This nightmare of a reality exists because we’ve allowed the inmates to run the asylum; they must be confronted or we risk the continued declined of schools, neighborhoods and cities.”[4]

Stop to consider the underclass or subculture within the white community.  I’m not talking about people who are simply poor; I’m talking about whites who are poor and fairly uncivilized and who constantly “game” the system (we’ll talk more about “gaming” the system soon).

It becomes apparent that part of the white community shows no real signs of wanting to improve.  No one makes excuses for them.  No one says that it’s because of this, that, or the other thing that they live as they do.  How many times have we seen these people on “Cops” with few or no teeth in their mouths, a beer bottle in their hand, and appearing so unkempt and dirty that they appear to be carriers of any numbers of diseases?

We’ll talk more about subcultures and excuses next time, in Part 2.

[1] Starkes, Taleeb (2013-02-27). The Un-Civil War: BLACKS vs NIGGERS (Kindle Locations 4924-4926). Taleeb Starkes. Kindle Edition.

[2] Starkes, Taleeb (2013-02-27). The Un-Civil War: BLACKS vs NIGGERS (Kindle Locations 4962-4965). Taleeb Starkes. Kindle Edition.

[3] Starkes, Taleeb (2013-02-27). The Un-Civil War: BLACKS vs NIGGERS (Kindle Locations 5001-5002). Taleeb Starkes. Kindle Edition.

[4] Starkes, Taleeb (2013-02-27). The Un-Civil War: BLACKS vs NIGGERS (Kindle Locations 5005-5006). Taleeb Starkes. Kindle Edition.

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  • 1. Mikey Y.  |  April 13, 2013 at 8:51 PM

    Thank you for bringing this book to my attention. From what you’ve written, Mr. Starkes is right on time with his assessments. I’m going to keep my eye on this brave soul because he’s definitely going to need our support against the other side.

    • 2. modres  |  April 14, 2013 at 7:05 AM

      I agree. I hope you’ll buy and gain from his book as I have.

  • 3. Sherry  |  April 13, 2013 at 6:37 PM

    Patrice Gibbs should be ashamed of herself for offering unfair criticism of an author and his book without reading it first. She, as per usual and taking the cue from the leftists’ handbook on how to deal with intelligent opposition to their opinions on any matter, has cut off dialogue on the subject. She must be afraid of common sense solutions and ideas. I hope she reads your assessment of the book, at least.

    • 4. modres  |  April 13, 2013 at 6:52 PM

      I’m sure she’s not ashamed of herself but you’re right she should be. I don’t think the left knows the meaning of shame.

      They also don’t know the meaning of dialogue either since they do their darnedest to shut it down all the time.

      • 5. Sherry  |  April 13, 2013 at 7:29 PM

        I was just at her site and the background of flames and your comment has been restored. Perhaps she is trying to make a fool of you? She must have read your post concerning her actions towards you. Now, if she would only comment on your comment! I’d be happy if she would just read Starkes book before going any further in her stubborn dislike of him. For now, who will give her any credibility concerning her assessment of the author and his book since she has admitted she hasn’t read it? Only her blind followers will take her word for it.

      • 6. modres  |  April 13, 2013 at 8:39 PM

        That’s hilarious! I just went there and had to refresh the page to get rid of the old cookies before the flames came back. Too funny 🙂

        Actually, she hasn’t put it entirely back the way it was as she left out the picture of the cover of the book.

        I agree with you though that if she would actually take the time to read Taleeb’s book, she might actually agree with parts of it, but then again, her leftist views probably wouldn’t allow that.

        One can only hope she will wake up and see the light one day.

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