Dr. Lune A. Teek, the author of newly launched nonfiction ‘What The Hell’s Wrong With America’ (Hint: It Ain’t Race) 2015-2017 The Evil Years’. This book delivers some enlightenment to the generalization of the unaware society. The author has included the thesis that took almost two years to complete. And this exceptional work has emerged from the hard work of the author.
1. Hello Dr. Lune A. Teek, congratulations on your first book, your book provides a wide range of information starting from the ancient but still awkwardly relevant question of ‘black’ and ‘white’ to LGBTQ+ situations. What made you write this book? Is there any incident that has triggered you to assimilate this work?
Ans. First off, thank you and all at Bookscrit who were and are involved in the presentation of this project. Trust me, I couldn’t and probably wouldn’t have done it without you.
As to your first question, yes a couple of things triggered me, not to write this book, but to think about the issues that surrounds the question, “with all this talk about progressive change, why is it so easy for us as a nation of people to be so contentious to and of each other?”. In particular with issues pertaining to “race”. Then in 2015 the Michael Brown police shooting occurred and just like that the country’s pot boiled over.
Truthfully, it was this incident that was the catalyst for this book and I wrote Chapter Five before I wrote any of the other parts of the book so technically Chapter Five is chapter one. However, race became a component of this incident so I knew that I would have to cover that aspect. I decided at that time to dissect the issue of race by separating it from the realm of police/civilian interactions. I also knew that in order to effectively deal with race AS I KNOW THAT IT SHOULD BE DEALT WITH, I had deal with it like the stated purpose of the military: to break things and kill people. In other words, what is in this book will cause cognitive dissonance in most people that read it.
The conversation practically everyone seems to want to have about this topic called “race” is a conversation practically no one, in truth, knows nor understands enough about to be able to withstand the heat a topic like this brings. They seem to think they do. It’s why I wrote the book the way I wrote it. It’s written in a conversational format. And I meant for it to be as blunt as possible. Why? Because I knew that unless it was put before the reader in a manner that would make them THINK it would have no impact. My sole absolute purpose is to get you to THINK. Then and only then will any of what you are reading make sense. This is why I ask so many questions. Questions I know many readers have not asked themselves. Why? Because I know that they’ve either accepted the information they’ve been given or they’ve had questions but decided to not go further. How do I know this? Because we, as a people, are still stuck in the same mud that we, as a people have been stuck in since slavery, albeit in a different ditch. In short:
People continue to allow others to think for them instead of thinking for themselves.
This is why I ask the questions I ask in the book. Some of them may seem juvenile, however it you would follow them to their conclusion you’ll find some pretty grown-up monsters waiting. I will briefly give you two examples of incidences that happened after I shut down rewriting this manuscript but not published it. One: Rachel Dolezal; and two, a very recent one: Whoopie Goldberg.
The criticism these women received for the perceptions each carried about “race” was about as cold as absolute zero at the South Pole. Both of these women decided to view race in an “out of the box” manner, which in my world, is the correct and best decision to make. Both were basically told in no uncertain terms, not that you can’t do that, but “you’d better not do that again. Now get back in that box!”
The sad, sad, sorrowful truth in Whoopie’s case, and this is why I go so ballistically hard in certain parts of this book, is that people, with their sanctimonious asses, will go so hard trying to prove her point of view concerning Jews not being a race of people as wrong that they will totally miss the overall point that she was trying to make. And to prove that I could care less, let me reiterate that point. The Holocaust, like Slavery, was and is about man’s inhumanity against man(and woman). The fact that someone/someones perception of race is as askew as the left side of a full toilet stool is irrelevant. So you say Hitler wanted a master race. Did not a lot of European descendant people feel that way as it related to “black” people. Read what I wrote about Abraham Lincoln. Then go research it. What in the hell, other than this is supposed to be a free country, gives you the right to think these maniac clowns were correct. Have you ever stopped to think, then understand that of all the known beings God created mankind’s biggest failing is a seemingly insatiable need to subjugate his own, while at the same time having no understanding that by doing so he subjugates himself. There is no bigger sin than this. This is at the core of what Whoopie was trying to say. Because most people were so focused on the superficial and missed the essence of the spirit of her words, sadly, man’s inhumanity against man (and woman) will continue. Which brings me to the second thing that propelled me to write this book:
The Children Playing In The Sandbox.
Watch kids at play sometimes. They remind you of how life used to be while at the same time showing you the hope of how life could be.
Sadly, because of a thing called time children grow up and become grown folks. The type of grown folks they grow up to be depends largely on the type of thoughts they’ve ingested that have been fed to them by who?:
You will see this theme over and over again in this book. I’ll leave it and come back to it again. It’s the backbone, if you will, of this book and this book would not, could not stand without it.
2. You have mentioned three questions that one should that are widely relevant for anyone of this society. Can you elaborate a bit more about these questions, and why they have relevance to society?
Ans. As to your second question, without giving away too much of the book, let me explain my answer this way:
There are a lot of things that have affected us in one way or another our entire lives. Because we trusted those who gave us the rationale of/for these events as “authority” we never questioned these rationales (see: George Washington cutting down a “cherry tree” at five years old; Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves, etc.). And while this is not to say that these incidents, in some form didn’t happen, it’s just that contextually more happened than we were told. The fact that even though I wore glasses there was a lot that I still couldn’t see was a hard lesson for me to learn and I suffered a lot for it.
Most of the ills I suffered from was self imposed and it was due to a lack of understanding what I call “the REAL big picture”. Unless we, as a society don’t wake the hell up and view this picture, we’re doomed.
Lisa, as an important part of the machinery that makes Bookscrit work I’m sure you’ve worked with a lot of Attorneys, or at the very least seen a lot of your co-workers involved in this activity. Answer this question: would you or any of your co-workers trust a Lawyer who told you to sign a contract without reading it? Or at the very least explain it to you. And they told you we’ll tell you what’s in it after you sign it. If you wouldn’t, tell me you don’t see something wrong with large part of an electorate that continuously tolerates a Congress that does. It’s exactly what George Carlin said, “It’s one big club and you ain’t in it.”
3. ‘What The Hell’s Wrong With America’ (Hint: It Ain’t Race) 2015-2017 The Evil Years’, why 2015 to 2017 are the evil years?
Ans. As for your next question it’s not so much as 2015-2017 were “evil”. As I stated evil has been with us for a very, very long time. However, 2015 started a ramp up of the evil that was a will still be to this day shown to us on a consistent basis by our friendly neighborhood mainstream media. I delve deeper into the concept of evil in Chapter Two. You know, most people believe in evil but they don’t have a clue as to what evil is. They can point to examples of incidences that they would refer to as evil but they could not explain to you what evil is. I chose the example that I did in the book because it lays the blame and responsibility right where it’s supposed to be: us. Us by way of the decisions we make. Chapter Two is one of the most interesting chapters in this book and it is one that I know will provoke thought. Especially among the clergy.
4. When have you grown the passion, the knack for writing?
Ans. According to me I’ve always had the knack and passion to write. I just never had the inclination to do so. What gave me that inclination now, you ask? Because everything I knew was going to happen as a response to what I saw happening from 2015-2017 has happened and is happening now. As Timothy Drew Ali stated, “Get right, before you are made to do so!” I carry this message forward.
5. You have done such engaging nonfiction. Would like to try your hand in fiction as well?
Ans. I can’t even remember the last time I read a fiction book. I started off Chapter Six in fictional format in order to illustrate a non-fictional point. However, it’s points like the one I was illustrating that keeps me focused on non-fiction.
6. Which author has inspired you the most and why?
Ans. Ann Rynd. Because objectivism, like it or not, believe it or not, is at the core of the mental framework of those who want to rule the world. They may tell you their goals/ objectives are altruistic, but those who know truth know better.
7. Tell us a memory that you have while writing this book, which is not a part of this book.
Ans. Biscuits and grape jelly.
8. Which is the first book that you have read?
Ans. I think the first serious book I ever read was Ann Rynd’s “The Fountainhead”.
9. How was the complete experience of writing this book and publishing it as well?
Ans. The experience was a bunch of teachable moments, hours, and days for me. I learned a great deal. About the business and myself.
10. This book has numerous thought-provoking lines in this book which one is your personal favorite?
Ans. I have two:
1. “If you don’t know who you are you’ve got to be what they call you”;
2. “An ignorant man is at the mercy of a fool”
11. Are you working on any new projects? Or planning to work on some topic already?
Ans. At present I am sketching the outline for my second book.
12. Any statements for the readers?
Ans. The hardest job one will ever have is solving the conflicts within oneself, yet it is a cross we all must bear. Once one crosses that threshold, not only can they clearly see the world, they can rule it.
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