Why Lies Matter to the Race Grievance Industry
By Taleeb Starkes
In Chicago a.k.a “Chiraq,” the first ten days of 2016 yielded 120 people shot. Baltimore’s 2015 ended as its bloodiest and deadliest year — on a per-capita basis. In 2014, Detroit’s police chief called upon law-abiding citizens to take arms against its burgeoning, violent, criminal subculture.
Unfortunately, these cities aren’t anomalies. Year after year, a seemingly unshakable reality of violence plagues black communities nationwide. In fact, since 1980, blacks have routinely accounted for almost half of America’s annual homicide victims, and more than half of the perpetrators — all while being a minor thirteen percent of the national populace.
Yet, a certain black-based industry — which specializes in nurturing comfortable lies while burying uncomfortable truths — propagates a notion that “racism” is the foremost issue facing black Americans, and white cops are blood-thirsty enforcers.
Moreover, this cunning, race-peddling entity knows that it’s easier to lie to blacks than to convince blacks that they’ve been lied to. Thus, black “lies” are good for business … black “lives” are good for nothing (except exploitation). And presently, business is booming.
Softcover, 189 pages
- “Black Lies Matter is the most important book on race relations that has yet been published. It is a book that every American should read because it is a book that utterly decimates the corrupting lies at the foundation of the current racial chaos plaguing the nation.” – Miller Reviews, Western Free Press
- “Taleeb brings amazing insight on racial issues in this country.”- Anthony Cumia, Owner, Compound Media
- “I love Taleeb’s dark sense of humor!” – Dennis Prager, Host, Nationally Syndicated Dennis Prager Show
- “Eloquent and bravely written book” – Michelle Malkin, Host of CRTV’s Michelle Malkin Investigates
- “Black Lies Matter: Why Lies Matter to the Race Grievance Industry, is a courageous, prescient, and truthful account of burgeoning racial conflicts, and its vital message is of life-or-death importance.” – The Objective Standard
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