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Title: SPORTS FANS BOO OPPOSING TEAM, WHITE SUPREMACY GETS BLAMED
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URL Source: https://www.takimag.com/article/the-week-that-perished-105/
Published: Sep 20, 2020
Author: staff
Post Date: 2020-09-20 13:06:02 by Ada
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If there are two categories in which black people outperform nearly everyone else on the planet, those would be sporting events and crime.

This is why it should come as no surprise that professional sports—which are filled to the gills with black athletes who probably would have been criminals if they hadn’t found a career in sports—have become a nonstop tedious megaphone for the sort of “social justice” doggerel that is statistically retarded and flies in the face of everything we know about black people and crime.

Ever since George Floyd died of a fentanyl overdose, what were once objective news outlets such as The Associated Press—or let’s just say that perhaps they were never truly objective, but at least they used to pretend they were—have decided to capitalize “Black” but not “white” and have tossed the entire legal process in the dustbin by assuming that George Floyd’s death was in any way related to “racial injustice and police brutality.”

So in the midst of recounting an event last week in which the World Champion Kansas City Chiefs and their half-black quarterback Patrick Mahomes hosted the Houston Texans, The Associated Press ignored the fact that the crowd booed only upon the appearance of the traveling team, which is what home crowds usually do, and instead blamed it on white supremacy and racial injustice.

The AP quoted Kansas City Councilman Eric Bunch, a white man who is apparently afflicted with a severe case of Passover Syndrome:

Some NFL fans booing the players for standing and locking arms in a moment of silent unity proves that for them ‘standing for the flag’ was always about perpetuating white supremacy.

Again, just to clarify, there was a small smattering of boos that just so happened to coincide with the emergence of the opposing team from their locker room, but it should be obvious to anyone who’s been awake for the past decade that all one needs to do to pretend you’ve won an argument is to utter the lethal and disabling phrase “white supremacy.”

The AP also quoted George Fant, a black offensive tackle for the New York Jets:

We just want to be treated equally. Everyone needs to be treated the same. Everyone needs to be held accountable. And for people to boo? It’s unbelievable.

If you really want to be treated equally, how about you start committing equal amounts of crime rather than selfishly hogging the majority of crime for yourself?

The AP also quotes Stacy Shaw, whom we knew was fat and black even before checking out her picture:

I was disappointed but not surprised because no matter how people are protesting systemic racism, people are going to disapprove of it. It doesn’t matter if they are kneeling, if they are locking arms, or whatever demonstration they have against racism, people are going to oppose it.

Nah, Miz Chubbs, people are going to boo the opposing team no matter what, and idiotic race-baiting opportunists such as yourself are going to blame “racism” no matter what. You’ve made life impossible to enjoy, and at this point we’d have no objection to chipping in and buying you all canoes with which you can paddle back to the Motherland.

U. OF MICHIGAN SEGREGATES STUDENTS BETWEEN THOSE WITH AND WITHOUT COLOR If your true goal is to get everyone past this phantom demon of “racism,” the sensible thing would be to ensure that your every last word, breath, and thought doesn’t revolve entirely around race. “If you really want to be treated equally, how about you start committing equal amounts of crime rather than selfishly hogging the majority of crime for yourself?”

It would also seem to make sense that if your true goal was “diversity and inclusion,” you wouldn’t single out white people for scorn and shame.

Then again, that’s assuming the goal is to make sense.

The University of Michigan-Dearborn, which is located in a town that where more than two out of every five residents is of Arab ancestry but is listed as “white” in Census forms, recently sponsored dueling events in which white and nonwhite students were segregated according to race.

It’s also noteworthy that white people were described in terms of what they lacked—they were classified as “Non-POC” (People of Color), whereas the colored people were identified as “BIPOC” (Black, Indigenous, and People Of Color). Each group was instructed to stay within the bounds of a digital “Café” reserved strictly for their race. And for the Non-POCs, the reason they were being corralled together was apparently to figure out how they can stop being so problematic to colored people. According to an official statement by the university:

The “cafes” were virtual open conversations developed to allow students the opportunity to connect to process current events, share their experiences related to race, share knowledge and resources and brainstorm solutions. The original intent was to provide students from marginalized communities a space that allowed for them to exist freely without having to normalize their lives and experiences, while also providing students that do not identify as persons of color the opportunity to deepen their understanding of race and racism without harming or relying on students of color to educate them.

How about non-POCs start boycotting a university system that lynches them with a guilt complex before they so much as crack open a textbook?

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#1. To: Ada (#0)

That teammates lock arms together in solidarity is probably the cause of the booing. The fans rightly consider that patronizing, and as such an insult, and also as yielding to social pressure. Fans just don't want that.

They go to football games and other sporting events to GET AWAY from society's ills, so they don't want to be reminded of it when they are there to enjoy themselves.

I think that point is lost on those in the professional sporting industry.

Pinguinite  posted on  2020-09-20   14:07:37 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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