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In “Coon Flakes: Musings of an Uppity Negro,”from controversial writer Cory Alexander Haywood, he examines what he calls, “destructive behavior threatening to permanently extinguish Black progress.”

In Haywood’s words, “each chapter exposes the hypocrisy of a people who specialize in playing the victim, while taking every step to humiliate and destroy themselves.”

A firebrand whose ideas and attitudes go against the grain of polite society, Haywood’s anthology essays, he writes, “reflects my commitment to delivering truth, which supersedes the bonds of race and the conformity.”

From start to finish, the author provides hard-hitting commentary, including a no-holds-barred analysis of urban crime, and a merciless denunciation of self-serving social justice warriors.

With colorful metaphors and skillful punchlines, Haywood successfully raises a massive middle finger to political correctness and the numerous excuses created to justify “negro foolishness”.

In the second chapter, Haywood writes:

The more you Negroes complain about what the White man isn’t giving you, the weaker you look to him and everybody else watching.

The more you complain about what you’re owed from the White man, the harder it will be for others to respect you.

The more you kick and scream about the protection of Black lives against police brutality, the dumber you look when Fox News releases statistics about the alarming homicide rate within urban communities.

How dare you ask for the respect of the entire world, when it’s clear that you don’t even respect yourselves?

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Cory Haywood

About the Author

Cory Alexander Haywood is a politically incorrect writer and independent thinker, born in Los Angeles’ inner city, who believes that racism’s impact on the African-American community pales in comparison to issues like gang-violence, single-parent homes, teen pregnancy, welfare dependency, poor education, and tribalism.

Haywood’s also a conservative social and political commentator, writer, journalist, satirist, and provocateur. His work has been published in LA Weekly, The Chicago Defender, The Washington Informer, The Atlanta Daily World, The New Pittsburgh Courier, and other publications.

He also contributes regularly to the Electronic Urban Report (Eurweb.com) and has devoted more than a decade of service to Our Weekly Newspaper – a Los Angeles-based periodical that focuses on black community affairs throughout the city and surrounding areas.

Haywood has stirred the ire of numerous critics with his off-the-wall and defiantly crass opinions about race, popular culture and religion. In “Coon Flakes” – a compilation of his most controversial and outrage-inducing writings – Haywood reveals why he’s the heir apparent to Martin Downey Jr.’s throne of unabashed trash-talk.

Despite the rise of political correctness in modern culture, Haywood articulates his thoughts with the fearlessness of a soldier thrusting himself into battle. He’s not only a writer, he’s a warrior for truth.

For a look at the first two chapters, or to purchase an electronic copy of “Coon Flakes” ($4.49), visit Amazon.com.