Taleeb Starke’s “The Un-civil War: Blacks vs. N*ggers,” Pt. 2

April 14, 2013 at 2:50 PM 2 comments

Previously, we talked about subcultures within each race that Taleeb Starkes believes exist, but it is only within the black community that their subculture is coddled and excused.  We pointed out that a subculture within the white race certainly exists and everyone knows it.  What’s their excuse to live as they do? We need to be clear that there is a huge difference in not having much and appreciating what you do have and not having much and acting as though the world owes you a favor.

There are many low-class whites (for the lack of a better phrase), who are constantly gaming the system.  I know one Section 8 landlord who wound up taking essentially whatever the federal government felt rent was worth, though he could have rented them for much more outside of Section 8.

The tenants did not pay the rent.  The taxpayer did (and does).  In one case, a white tenant “sublet” her house to others and charged them rent even though she was not paying rent herself.  Before long, there were more people living there than the rental agreement allowed.  She always had some kind of story about how bad life was for her and why those additional people had to live there.

Eventually, cars started coming to the house, pull up outside, beep the horn, one of the young women would go to the car, take care of some “business” and then the car would leave.  Additionally, she had a child with a “disability” move in so she also collected Social Security income for the child.

More often than not, these white folks have no intention of working.  They are also often on some form of “disability,” and/or public assistance.  Their health is terrible and due to inactivity, they continue to decline to the point of being “disabled.”  These folks have learned that it is much easier to work or game the system than to go to work and become productive citizens.

The landlord would inevitably evict the tenants and after a lot of wrangling, they would leave, only to completely trash the place prior to doing so.  In at least one situation, the Sheriff was called to help with the eviction.  Eventually, this landlord got tired of all of the games.  He no longer provides Section 8 housing.

No one encourages whites to live in that subculture, except the federal government.  Everyone needs a helping hand at times, but some people come to expect the government to take care of all of their wants and needs.  The Marxists in our society are encouraging it.

Starkes asks why this is encouraged within the black community.  Is it because too many blacks identify with the “N” subculture?  Patrice Gibbs also states (rather rhetorically), “Starkes truly believes Black people would be better off if we embraced the conservative ideology. That the oppression of the past has no bearing on present conditions; that the structural impediments of bigotry in education, employment, and the justice system have no bearing on the dysfunctional conditions in the Black community.”[2]

So is Patrice Gibbs an enabler for the subculture within the black community?  Isn’t she doing what Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, et al do?  She just isn’t making money off of it yet, I’m assuming.

Starkes believes blacks are culpable because nothing is done about the “N” subculture within it.  The black community does not separate from it, excuses it, mollifies it, and goes to bat for it.  Starkes seems concerned that the whole of the black community is sinking with the “N” subculture.  I will welcome Mr. Starkes to correct me if I have no adequately represented his points.

There are very real problems that the black community refuses to face.  When someone like Ben Carson, or Taleeb Starkes rises up to voice concerns, he is shouted down as a person who is blinded by his white “oppressors.”  He is a “pariah” for speaking truth.

Starkes’ states without equivocation, “It seems almost futile to address education, health and other pertinent issues affecting our community without first ensuring that we aren’t extinguished by N*GGERtivity.”[3]  Starkes’ concern is very real.  He has not been duped by conservatives.  He sees what’s happening within the black community and is speaking out to wake other blacks up.  People like Starkes are too often attacked mercilessly for deigning to go against the black “establishment.”

Let me end part 2 with Starkes’ quote from Booker T. Washington (April 5, 1856 – November 14, 1915).  “There is a class of colored people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs. There is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don’t want the patient to get well.”[4]

We’ll be back with the third installment, so stay tuned.  We’ll have it posted Thursday.

[1] http://progressiverevolutionaries.blogspot.com/2012/12/the-insanity-of-black-conservatism.html (04/13/2013)

[2] Ibid

[3] Starkes, Taleeb (2013-02-27). The Un-Civil War: BLACKS vs NIGGERS (Kindle Locations 5021-5022). Taleeb Starkes. Kindle Edition.

[4] Starkes, Taleeb (2013-02-27). The Un-Civil War: BLACKS vs NIGGERS (Kindle Locations 5025-5028). Taleeb Starkes. Kindle Edition.

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  • 1. Mikey Y.  |  April 15, 2013 at 7:34 AM

    I have to be honest. It is quite refreshing to hear these timely statements from Mr. Starkes. And yes, whites have an “underclass” but it is a controlled underclass. Good job with the series Fred.


    • 2. modres  |  April 15, 2013 at 7:36 AM

      Thanks to Taleeb for writing his book. It is an eye opener.


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