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|Prologue: The Death of Willie Garfield||1|
|Chapter 1||Manufacturing a Myth||5|
|Chapter 2||Stepping Out||31|
|Chapter 3||A Taste of the Green||67|
|Chapter 4||Travels with Yasser||93|
|Chapter 5||Corporate Shakedown||121|
|Chapter 6||Tool of the Left||137|
|Chapter 8||Brother Noah Goes Down||181|
|Chapter 9||The Statehood Senator||209|
|Chapter 10||My Friend Sani||233|
|Chapter 12||Hitting the Big Time||273|
|Chapter 13||African Gems||297|
|Chapter 14||A Full-Service Brokerage||321|
|Chapter 15||Special Envoy of Black Business||349|
|Chapter 16||Election 2000||373|
|Chapter 17||Life After Clinton||395|
|Chapter 18||Shakedown Man||413|
Posted October 26, 2009
Posted February 17, 2007
This book documents in detail the fact that Jesse Jackson is an opportunistic con man who has used race to enrich his family to the detriment of the black community. He is a man totally without moral value. Unfortunately most in the black community follow his pied piper tune of deception as if he were black Jesus instead of the Judas goat he really is.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 14, 2003
Honestly, I wasn't surprised by the revelations written by Mr. Timmerman. The research is awesome. The story is right on time! Jackson has to be shown to America for who he is! He portrays one face to the world,and like any good con man,he has another face he shows to his family and friends. I never trusted Jackson,now I know why.Jackson plays the white audience as though they need an interpreter. Jackson is not necessary. America doesn't need anyone to explain the black experience to them,especially not him. He is not the man they think he is. Everyone in America NEEDS to read this book. It is accurate,honest and timely. Even if you think you wouldn't be interested in this story, read it anyway. You will be glad you did.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 5, 2002
I thought I knew just about all the scandal surrounding Jesse Jackson. Boy was I wrong. This book explains the real history of this street hustler and his schemes that use race as a tool to bring in the dough for himself and his friends (which happen to be street gangs and thugs.) You may find yourself wondering how the media has ignored the dark side of Jesse for so long. I know I do. Unfortunately, the people who NEED to read this book, probably won't - but they might watch a movie based on it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 23, 2010
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