"Those people are not Africans, they don't know a . thing about Africa; with names like Shaniqua, Shaligua, Mohammed, and all that crap, and all of them are in jail."
If you found some truth in Bill Cosby's infamous "Ghettosburg Address" (given in 2004, during the fiftieth anniversary celebration of the landmark lawsuit Brown vs. Board of Education), where the comedian denounced the dumbing down of black America, read on. Ass Backwards is even more abrasive and provocative.
Much like a hibernating bear, author "Kodiack" awakens after thirty-five years to accept his role as the underdog and heed his calling to condemn irresponsible black leaders who encourage the slave mentality in black communities. A veteran policeman, Kodiack critically analyzes his experiences in a city with a 70 percent Caucasian population-in which black individuals commit 80 percent of felony crimes. Kodiack has developed a near hatred of African Americans who hinder the progress of his race by perpetuating negative stereotypes.
In this timely and controversial account, Kodiack offers a bold voice to anyone who is afraid of being labeled a bigot, a racist, and a sellout.