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Undercover investigation into the Klan gained membership into the organization briefly served as Duke's bodyguard and was eventually asked to be the leader of the Colorado Springs chapter The irony of this investigation was that S. Black Klansman by Ron Stallworth seems so far fetched that it reads like fiction But alas it is non fiction A black police detective from Colorado Springs really did manage to infiltrate the KKK in 1978 It is a fascinating retelling of how this could possibly come about and manages to show the organization s leaders and members for who they really were Food for thought in the volatile times we are now living in

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Black Klansman

In 1978 the community of Colorado Springs Colorado experienced a growth of Ku Klux Klan KKK membership One man dared to challenge their effort and thwart attempts to take over the city Police Detective Ron Stallworth He launched an. The best part of the book the pee your pants snork your coffee kick your legs up laughing part of the book was when David Duke came to town and despite protestations to the higher ups Stallworth our hero the black cop was detailed to protect him Stallworth asked Duke if he could have a picture taken with him and Duke was ok with that so Stallworth put an arm around him and Duke freaked and Stallworth was very apologetic Stallworth then arranged with his no 2 to take a pic on the count of three one two arm around Duke again three pic taken Duke and Stallworth looking like buddies smiling What would this do to Duke s White supremacist image with his neo nazi type fans followers future voters and fellow Klan membersDuke not only freaked he tried to grab the camera but Stallworth got it first Duke tried to wrestle it from him whereupon Stallworth told him that would be an assault on a police officer and in that state 5 years minimum YAYHow the Black policeman became a member of the KKK was uite clever Stallworth ran everything from the phone where the KKK were convinced that all Blacks gave their ignorant selves away by the way they spoke Stallworth enjoying this decided to pronounce certain words in a Black way as his contact at the KKK was convinced he was White This was uite amusing Stallworth had a White officer working for him and he had to be aware of all conversations which were taped and every interaction because the few that were real life were handled by the White officer The KKK even David Duke never knewNotes on reading And now for something completely different Officer Stallworth is talking about his 19 year old policeman self and the sometimes unconscious racism from the other policemen He and a white policeman friend are talking about their ideal date both of them talking of white women they found attractive The author then mentions Lola Falana who was a popular Las Vegas entertainer The white officer said he could not relate to Lola Falana as a beautiful woman because he did not know what constituted beauty in a colored woman He saidI don t know how you people define beauty in a woman The author who defines attractiveness as a shapely sexy woman regardless of colour is dumbfounded that the older officer thought he had no sense of value in terms of a woman s physical attractiveness that was eual to his as a white man He felt that underneath the kindliness this white guy was still reflecting an unexamined basic sense of White superiorityYears ago I wouldn t have known uite what he meant or at least not so viscerally as I now do I married into a black family the top political family not as some of my friends back in the UK presumed a poor but handsome black beach bum a sexy rasta reflecting their own unconscious racism And that was the start of it Some things are ingrained so deeply it s almost impossible to recognise them let alone rationally examine the irrational racism

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Tallworth is A Black man In the process he battled internal departmental politics to successfully pull off this sting Black Klansman explains how he overcame these obstacles and accomplished this almost unbelievable uniue achieveme. Find all of my reviews at Success often lies not in what happens but in what you prevent from happening Here is a case where the movie is guaranteed to be better than the book No offense to Ron Stallworth but Spike Lee does words for a living and you my friend were a policeman I ll catch the film eventually Most likely when it hits the overpriced movie channelssubscription services I fork over my hard earned dollars for every month without ever really utilizing them since I am not a big movie watcher and generally choose to read my films shocker right For now though Trust that despite the presentation mainly consisting of And an overabundance of oversharing unimportant details mainly in the form of initialization the story of how a black man answered an advertisement and became a literal card carrying member of the KKK is most definitely an interesting way to pass the time As with every memoir I believe some liberties with the truth have been taken specifically pictures or it didn t happen losing what could be one of the greatest photos of all time doesn t uite pass the sniff test


10 thoughts on “Black Klansman

  1. says:

    The best part of the book the pee your pants snork your coffee kick your legs up laughing part of the book was when David Duke came to town and despite protestations to the higher ups Stallworth our hero the black cop was detailed to protect him Stallworth asked Duke if he could have a picture taken with him and Duke was ok with

  2. says:

    I wanted to like this book There's a great story here it's just that it was boring I didn't uite like the way the author came across and I had a hard time getting through some parts of this There were so many abbreviated groups that after a while I stopped caring which group was on what side I also hated how every so of

  3. says:

    It's a great story not the most exceptional writing I'm glad somebody protects us from terrorist I'm pleased that I read it

  4. says:

    A fascinating story that made for a medicore storytelling experience Stallworth could have benefitted from a ghostwriter and a heavy handed editor Forty year old petty grievaces against co workers don't belong in a biography and neither does repetition after repetition His sidebars and commentary are flat with little to no nuance and descrip

  5. says:

    Black Klansman by Ron Stallworth seems so far fetched that it reads like fiction But alas it is non fiction A black police detective

  6. says:

    See the movie read the book or both hopefully you already have done one or the other If you haven't I encourage you to do so now It was relevant when it happened it is so now I rarely find the movie as good as or better than the boo

  7. says:

    To really appreciate this book you have to ask yourself what if I had to befriend my enemies? For Detective Ron

  8. says:

    Find all of my reviews at “Success often lies not in what happens but in what you prevent from happening” Here is a case where the movie is guaranteed to be better than the book No offense to Ron Stallworth but Spike Lee does words for a living and you my friend were a policeman I’ll catch the film eventually Most likely when it hits the overpriced movie channelssubscription services I fork over my hard earned dol

  9. says:

    This book than anything else is a testament to authors who should hire ghostwriters If Ron Stallworth did in fact hire a ghostwriter he should h

  10. says:

    This memoir dragged in spots but I admire the courage of the author to risk his life for this endeavorSide Note Spike Lee did an excellent job in adapting this

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