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Evolution of a Narrative: From Black Lives Matter to the National Anthem is “White Supremacist”

Evolution of a Narrative: From Black Lives Matter to the National Anthem is “White Supremacist”

Where does this end?

Last year, when then-49er Colin Kaepernick explained why he knelt instead of showing respect for our nation, its flag, or its anthem, he was very clear about the nature of his pointedly anti-America protest.

“I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.”

This was, of course, in the wake of the Ferguson riots and during the rise of Black Lives Matter.  The context was very pointed and very deliberately anti-America, and it mattered not that it was based on misinformation at best and outright lies at worst.

Heather Mac Donald’s City Journal article, “Hard Data, Hollow Protests,” demonstrates that the idea that police officers disproportionately leave black bodies littering our nation’s streets is a fallacy of the highest order.

She begins by looking at the FBI’s report on crime for 2016 and the number of black people killed during that year.

The FBI released its official crime tally for 2016 today, and the data flies in the face of the rhetoric that professional athletes rehearsed in revived Black Lives Matter protests over the weekend.  Nearly 900 additional blacks were killed in 2016 compared with 2015, bringing the black homicide-victim total to 7,881.

Those 7,881 “black bodies,” in the parlance of Ta-Nehisi Coates, are 1,305 more than the number of white victims (which in this case includes most Hispanics) for the same period, though blacks are only 13 percent of the nation’s population. The increase in black homicide deaths last year comes on top of a previous 900-victim increase between 2014 and 2015.

What the left tries so desperately to hide is that it is black people, not law enforcement, who are responsible for the bulk of the homicides of other black people.

Mac Donald continues:

Who is killing these black victims? Not whites, and not the police, but other blacks. In 2016, the police fatally shot 233 blacks, the vast majority armed and dangerous, according to the Washington Post. The Post categorized only 16 black male victims of police shootings as “unarmed.” That classification masks assaults against officers and violent resistance to arrest. Contrary to the Black Lives Matter narrative, the police have much more to fear from black males than black males have to fear from the police.

In 2015, a police officer was 18.5 times more likely to be killed by a black male than an unarmed black male was to be killed by a police officer. Black males have made up 42 percent of all cop-killers over the last decade, though they are only 6 percent of the population. That 18.5 ratio undoubtedly worsened in 2016, in light of the 53 percent increase in gun murders of officers—committed vastly and disproportionately by black males. Among all homicide suspects whose race was known, white killers of blacks numbered only 243.

Another point worth noting is the “Ferguson effect,” whereby law enforcement, unwilling to put themselves into the glare of the national spotlight, are less rigorous in their enforcement duties.  This has led to an increase in violent crime, Mac Donald reports.

Violent crime has now risen by a significant amount for two consecutive years. The total number of violent crimes rose 4.1 percent in 2016, and estimated homicides rose 8.6 percent. In 2015, violent crime rose by nearly 4 percent and estimated homicides by nearly 11 percent. The last time violence rose two years in a row was 2005–06.

The reason for the current increase is what I have called the Ferguson Effect. Cops are backing off of proactive policing in high-crime minority neighborhoods, and criminals are becoming emboldened. Having been told incessantly by politicians, the media, and Black Lives Matter activists that they are bigoted for getting out of their cars and questioning someone loitering on a known drug corner at 2 am, many officers are instead just driving by. Such stops are discretionary; cops don’t have to make them.

And when political elites demonize the police for just such proactive policing, we shouldn’t be surprised when cops get the message and do less of it. Seventy-two percent of the nation’s officers say that they and their colleagues are now less willing to stop and question suspicious persons, according to a Pew Research poll released in January. The reason is the persistent anti-cop climate.

. . . . Four studies came out in 2016 alone rebutting the charge that police shootings are racially biased.

The rebuttal from the left—from Obama, former Attorney General Eric Holder, on down—is that there must be racism at work because a larger proportion of black people are killed by police than are white people.

According to the Washington Post’s 2016 police shootings data, 466 white people were killed by police and 233 black people were killed by police.  Because the  national percentage of black people (13%) is significantly less than that of white people (63-69%), the illogical response from the left is that this shows black people are “disproportionately” killed by police.  The number, they insist, should instead align with national percentages of black people to white people.  If (say) 23% of white people are criminals, then to them it follows that only 23% of black people are criminals.

The National Review illustrates why this is fallacious:

The Washington Post recently ran an article about police killings nationwide in the first half of the year. That story made the same mistake Post reporters have been making for years by comparing the racial composition of those killed with the overall racial composition of the United States.

“Police have continued to shoot and kill a disproportionately large number of black males, who account for nearly a quarter of the deaths, yet are only 6 percent of the nation’s population,” the paper reported.

The Post’s unspoken assumption is that police killings should match America’s overall demographic statistics. That might sound right at first, but it is well understood in academic circles that using population as a benchmark can be dangerous, because not all people are equally likely to come into confrontation with the police.

To borrow an example from Michigan State University researcher Joseph Cesario, an officer is not as likely to shoot the cashier selling him a cup of coffee as he is to shoot a citizen with an outstanding warrant he has just pulled over.

. . . .  Even the Post itself has noted the relevant data in the past. “In 74 percent of all fatal police shootings, the individuals had already fired shots, brandished a gun or attacked a person with a weapon or their bare hands,” the paper reported in 2015. “Another 16 percent of the shootings came after incidents that did not involve firearms or active attacks but featured other potentially dangerous threats.”

Those figures are consistent with other data. In 2015, two-thirds of unarmed people of any race killed by police had been in the process of committing violent crime or property destruction. Fourteen percent were engaged in domestic violence. Ten percent were committing a robbery, 20 percent a burglary or vandalism, and 21 percent an assault on another civilian.

Other factors in supposed “police brutality” include observations that black people are far more likely to interact belligerently with police officers and / or refuse to comply with law enforcement officers’ orders.

Failure to respect police officers when they are acting in their official capacity is asking for trouble . . . for blacks and whites alike.  It would never occur to me not to do what a police officer told me to do at a traffic stop or when I’ve called for assistance in an emergency.  Granted, these are the only interactions I’ve had with police, but there’s a lot to be said for being a law-abiding and -respecting citizen.  Law-abiding citizens of any race who are complying with law enforcement officers’ orders are rarely, if ever, shot and killed by the police in this country.

But all of this may be moot.  The radical left appears recently to have given up on Black Lives Matter and the bogus “hands up, don’t shoot” narrative of police brutality and are instead busily working to recast disrespecting our nation’s flag and anthem as a fight against “white supremacy.”

“White supremacy” does not mean what we think it means, however.  Instead of referencing the approximately 5,000-6000 actual white supremacist group members (i.e. neo-Nazi groups and the KKK) in the U. S., the left has moved the goal posts to include anyone who thinks we should not remove and destroy Civil War statues, anyone who voted for or supports President Trump, anyone who opposes illegal immigration, anyone who wants secure national borders, anyone whom the left deems “anti-government” (this includes limited government conservatives and libertarians),  anyone who is a member of any “patriot” group, and anyone who is appalled by able-bodied Americans kneeling during the national anthem and before our flag. White supremacists one and all.

If this sounds like the same list of conservatives and libertarians that we got from Obama’s DHS in that infamous 2009 memo about “rightwing extremist groups,” it’s because it is essentially the same thing.  The same people are targeted, they’ve just changed the label.  We went from being RAAACISTS to “rightwing extremists” and now to “white supremacists” (a term loosely, carelessly, and ignorantly used interchangeably with “fascists” and “Nazis”).  Each term, of course, encapsulates all the others and each incarnation is designed to maximize division and discord.

The latest push from the left is to shame white athletes into rejecting their own values, patriotism, and morals to meet the increasingly shrill demands of the left.

Beyond simply shaming Alejandro Villanueva into making a sniveling apology for doing the right thing and standing in pride for the national anthem while saluting the flag of these United States, the left is now stepping up its attempts to shame non-compliant athletes.

A HuffPo article entitled, “White Athletes Still Standing For The Anthem Are Standing For White Supremacy” tells us all we need to know about the turn these protests have taken.  Our national anthem is now deemed “white supremacist.”

Let that sink in.

While Kaepernick originally intended his protest to be an organic part of the then-insurgent Black Lives Matter movement rooted in “bodies in the streets,” the core of his protest, kneeling during the national anthem, was anti-American.  America, he insisted, was the root of the problem.

The regressive left is running with it, and the national anthem itself is now an expression of “white supremacy.”

Where does this end?


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I wonder how man civil right advocates have heard …

On your knees

… in the course of their activities ?

I was angry about how Jerry fired Tom Landry, that he ran Jimmy off; but neither of those things come close to the anger I feel toward Jerry and the NFL now. MLB lost me with the strike and the NBA long before that, but there was always football. Surprise, there are many other things to do on a Sunday afternoon. My sports viewing time has been cut to watching the Little League World Series. Goodbye NFL!

Where it ends is with the Constitution being rejected as “white supremacist ” and the destruction of America… that’s always been the end game of the left

    We know it’s coming. They have already declared the Star Spangled Banner as “white supremacist.”

      bw222: They have already declared the Star Spangled Banner as “white supremacist.”

      From the Star-Spangled Banner

      No refuge could save the hireling and slave
      From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave,
      And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave
      O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.

        Ragspierre in reply to Zachriel. | September 28, 2017 at 7:02 pm

        Dude, a lot of our ancestors were in indentured servitude.

        Or is this news to you?

        Moreover, you’d have to go to what was meant by that stanza. It could have been talking about the alternatives to fighting as free men.

        KEYoder in reply to Zachriel. | September 28, 2017 at 8:36 pm

        Ummm…the “hireling and slave” refers to the mercenaries hired by England to help fight their wars and to impressed sailors captured from other ships (some of them American) and forced to serve on British warships. The Americans had hated this practice since the War for Independence when England put Hessian (German) armies here. Had NOTHING to do with black slavery.

        Do schools not teach the meaning of the lyrics of the National Anthem? I attended a small school run by Mennonites who believe it is wrong to join the military or fight, and we were still taught about the War of 1812, how and why Francis Scott Key wrote the song, and had to memorize and recite all four verses in front of the entire class.

          Zacky knows that.

          KEYoder: Ummm…the “hireling and slave” refers to the mercenaries hired by England to help fight their wars and to impressed sailors captured from other ships (some of them American) and forced to serve on British warships.

          Yes, it refers to mercenaries, but no, it does not refer to impressed sailors, but to slaves who fought for the Crown on the promise of manumission. (Impressed sailors had no choice, so would not need to find refuge from retribution as if they were mercenaries.)

          KEYoder in reply to KEYoder. | September 29, 2017 at 8:24 pm

          Sorry, misunderstood. Thought that Zachriel was trying to claim that “The Star Spangled Banner” was racist, not merely observing that some think it is.

          Also thanks to Zachriel for the clarification on “slaves.”

What has happened, over the last decade, is a revival of the Black Power movement, in America. It really began to snowball following the blatantly illegal arrest of and trial of George Zimmerman. This was initially all a ploy to make money from what was lawful self defense in the face of a vicious criminal attack. It was immediately hijacked by the established racial grievance industry. But, a seven figure “settlement” was received in Martin’s death. Since then, in every death of a B/M, at the hands of,or while in the custody of, law enforcement, an arrest has been demanded. And, in several cases secured. The arrest allows the grievance industry to pursue litigation for damages, many of which have resulted in staggering out of court settlements, prior to the LEOs being acquitted. Not to miss out on an opportunity, radical groups, such as BLM, sprang up to gain power through the use of totally false propaganda. This move is designed solely to increase the power, prestige and personal wealth of the leadership of these organizations, usually at the expense of the people that they purport to be “helping”. When LEOs are reluctant to take action against a minority, that denies members of that minority the protections of society. This allows more violent, anti-social members of that same minority to prey on the rest of society. And, as such predators are notoriously lazy, they usually prey upon other members of their minority group who live near them.

Now, the whole Black Power campaign has been hijacked by the Progressive/Liberal/Anarchist factions and is being used to destroy this country. It has taken the “black man is the victim of white discriminatory racism”, scratched out the word “black” and using the boogeyman of “white supremacy” to justify outrageous violence against the rest of society. It is simply more propaganda to allow fringe elements to gain and exercise power. The anthem protests are simply a way for the Black Pwer faction to regain some power within their hijacked social narrative.

“Where does this end?”

The left is all about hectoring us endlessly. So, there is no end.

You’ll notice that all these issues so troubling to the left are problems that only people who have too much time on their hands. Those in the 2d and 3d worlds don’t have these “issues.”

“where does this end?”

if they aren’t careful, another civil war…

which will not be pretty, nor will they like the outcome.

    Actually I think “they” would be very happy to see another civil war in the USA… it will present the best opportunity to topple us completely.

    “They” are communists who are driving this insanity… communists over seas and communists who have infested our government, schools and society in general.

    Joseph McCarthy was spot on.

      Tom Servo in reply to Paul. | September 28, 2017 at 7:06 pm

      “They” might be happy to see it start, but they sure wouldn’t be happy to see what happens once it starts going.

      I know way too many people who’ve been stockpiling ammo, and ain’t a one of them on the left.

Below is a column about the origin of Star Spangled Banner written by the brilliant F. George Rutler:

“The current mania for tearing down statues and stifling free speech by cultural ingénues ignorant of history and logic, hasreached a stellar absurdity in demands to censure “The Star Spangled Banner” on lame claims that it is racist. If ignorance is
bliss, then those who indulge their revisionism, must be in Nirvana.

Francis Scott Key penned the words in 1814, later set to an English song “To Anacreon in Heaven,” a tune that is a challenge to singers, as even Renéee Fleming confessed after performing it at the 2014 Super Bowl. It is often mutilated by rock stars calling attention to themselves by “interpreting” it.

Key wrote the words after watching 19 British ships fire more than 1,500 cannonballs, mortar shells and rockets on Baltimore. Key was a slave-owner, which was, sadly, not in contradiction to common practice. But he ordered the manumission of his slaves, and in 1820 he embarked on a seven-year effort pleading before the Supreme Court for the liberation of 300 African slaves captured
off the ship “Antelope” along the Florida coast. He also worked with John Quincy Adams in the “Amistad” case to free 53 slaves.

Key’s poem “The Defence of Fort McHenry” which, re-named “The
Star-Spangled Banner,” became the national anthem in 1931, was based on verses he composed in 1805 to celebrate the victory over the Muslim slave -trading pirates on the Barbary coast, (“the shores of Tripoli,”). “And pale beam’d the Crescent, its splendor obscured / By the Light of the star-spangled flag of our nation….And theturban’d heads bow’d to the terrible glare…” -John Langdon, was a Founding Father who, as first President pro-tempore of the Senate, administered the vice-presidential oath of office to John Adams. In 1805 as governor of New Hampshire, he set aside a day in thanksgiving “for the termination of our contest with one of the African powers; the liberation of our fellow-citizens from bondage…”

Islam, which means “submission,” has never had abolitionists like the Christians Bartolomé de las Casas and William Wilberforce. Muhammed was a slave trader, and the Qur’an devotes five times as much space to regulating labor slavery and sex slavery as it does to prayer. Nearly 200 million slaves, white and black, were sold by Muslim traders over fourteen centuries, and almost all the Africans sold to European traders for export to America were
enslaved by Muslims. Muslim slavers even raided Ireland in 1631. So many Eastern Europeans were enslaved that the word “slave” itself comes from “Slav.”

While lip service is given to abolition in Islamic lands, slavery today is blatant in Sudan, Niger and Mauritania and was not abolished in Saudi Arabia and Yemen until 1962 (under Western pressure). Where is the indignation of protestors here?

If revisionists would burlesque the past and mute the voice of reason, they should first recognize that the value of life is secured best by the standard of the Cross and not the Crescent.”

    Those must be some of the “great contributions” Muslims made to our society that Obama was always blathering about.

    tom swift in reply to Michael Haz. | September 28, 2017 at 4:32 pm

    Sorry, too much historical revisionism here for me.

    “The shores of Tripoli” has nothing to do with the Muslim slave trade, but to a plan by William Eaton to force the Pasha of Tripoli to return captured American merchant seamen he was holding for excessive ransom. Jefferson gave Eaton a letter of recommendation, and Commodore Preeble, commanding the USS Constitution and a small squadron in the Mediterranean, grudgingly gave him six US Marines under the command of one Sergeant Presley N. O’Bannon. Armed only with the Marines and Jefferson’s “firman from the Emperor of America” Eaton went to Alexandria, recruited Greek mercenaries and a bunch of Arab bandits, and headed west along the coast just before the French could throw him out. When they reached Derna, Tripoli’s only major city aside from the capital itself, this ridiculous force managed to take the fortress by assault.

    Presley, the other Marines, and the capture of Derna constitute the “shores of Tripoli” business.

    The Pasha, faced with the gradual loss of his territory on land and bombardment of his city by gunboats Preeble had borrowed from the Kingdom of Naples and Sicily, was gradually coming ’round to the idea of releasing his American prisoners (which by then included the crew of the USS Philadelphia which had run aground) … until a surrender-monkey diplomat from Washington appeared and screwed things up. Which is another story.

    Similarly, I’m afraid “the liberation of our fellow-citizens from bondage” refers not to African slaves, but the the crews of the captured American ships detained in Tripoli’s dungeons.

      ““The shores of Tripoli” has nothing to do with the Muslim slave trade, but to a plan by William Eaton to force the Pasha of Tripoli to return captured American merchant seamen he was holding for excessive ransom. ”

      The historical revisionism is yours:

      Christopher Hitchens in 2007:

      “But one cannot get around what Jefferson heard when he went with John Adams to wait upon Tripoli’s ambassador to London in March 1785. When they inquired by what right the Barbary states preyed upon American shipping, enslaving both crews and passengers, America’s two foremost envoys were informed that “it was written in the Koran, that all Nations who should not have acknowledged their authority were sinners, that it was their right and duty to make war upon whoever they could find and to make Slaves of all they could take as prisoners, and that every Mussulman who should be slain in battle was sure to go to Paradise.” (It is worth noting that the United States played no part in the Crusades, or in the Catholic reconquista of Andalusia.)”

      Leftists have been using your revisionism since 9/11.

“Where does this end?”

With great mounds of corpses, unfortunately not all of whom needed killing.

This ends when all the interested parties, none of them grassroot, have milked it dry, or whenever the NFL is pressured by team owners to clamp down, whichever comes first.

The US would survive just fine without the NFL. They’d either change direction or lose their market to a competitor. Meanwhile, I’ve switched my fanship to the Lingerie Football League:



Curiously and conspicuously absent: the Good Reverends Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton. Old race-baiter hierarchy ousted by new young leftist radicals?

    “Old race-baiter hierarchy ousted by new young leftist radicals?”

    Just waiting for the right time to monetize it.

    A non NFL network should carry a lingerie game opposite an nfl game.

I’ll tell you one place it ends. It ends with those who are perceived as white giving up any and all attempts at “racial understanding” – and they are still 79% of the US population.

I’m afraid we are going to see huge increases in membership of “Whites Only” groups.

I would suggest getting and reading a copy of “White Guilt”. I have forgotten the author, but he used to be a liberal, black professor. He actually ridicules whites for having guilt and points out how black organizations use this guilt to get power. This is not a civil rights issue, in fact, the whole 60’s had nothing to do with civil rights (I lived in the South and can attest to the fact that blacks could vote, when they desired, they had their world and we had ours, their schools were better than ours). But all the protest boil down to power, trying to take as much as you can get. That is all the BLM movement is. I have had conversations with Yankee liberals and they actually believe that all cops are taught to hate blacks, even black cops and that they like going around shooting them, they don’t, if not for any other reason because of the paper work. Except for one situation in the last several years, all blacks that were shot were trying to harm or kill the cops. But, as I said, the whole thing is a power manipulation.

Part of the equation is that out of that 13% of the population is over 50% of violent crimes. The simplest way to show that there is a racial issue is declare that African Americans are incapable of violent crime and then any one killed during commission of said non-crime would be police brutality. Since they can not be racist by definition could we not agree that by definition they can’t be involved in violent crime?

In addition to boycotting the NFL, I am encouraging the (few) readers of my church small group’s website to do the same. Maybe I’ll persuade someone. If you are interested, check out our actions page ( ). The NFL boycott links to what I thought was a great article about the NFL protests (and more). The short version is that the Left has been getting its way for years, politicizing more and more of American life. It really is time to fight back, and at least we have a president who is a fighter. Join in the fight.

I am glad the article includes a discussion of how blacks interact with the cops versus whites. You really can’t tell me if you are raising young black males to hate the cops then the ones who end up in criminal situations are going to act in the same way whites do who are raised to interact with the cops differently. Even when the police officer is black the criminals are acting just as badly. The left makes this continue because they keep breeding the same kind of young male that is going to end up on the wrong end of a gun with the police.

Blacks I know who have taken responsibility (got an education, live in a family unit, etc.) have achieved equality. Those who dropout of school, father several illegitimate children, are frequently involved with the police, etc. have not.

When protesting NFL players start telling blacks to take responsibility for their lives, I’ll start paying attention.

“Where does this end?”

It ends when we, the silent majority, refuse to go to any pro sport games, to any Hollywood movies and to watch any TV shows or programs like Ken Burns disrespectful “Vietnam” documentary. We have to fight with our wallets. That is the only universal weapon that ALWAYS works. Get a backbone! STOP helping these swine out just because you are bored on Sunday. Stand up and fight them like you would if they were coming ashore on the beaches of California!

It must be fun being a puppet master on the lft: easy money, lots of useful idiots following your dumb ideas, a compliant media. And all while leading the GOPe around by the nose.

Now you know why McCain finds it so
Fulfilling betraying us.

“If you will research why Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner you will realize why I am upset about these NFL players protesting. They don’t even know what it is they are protesting,” Jones lamented. “The flag was still standing. 200 English ships tried to take it down. They kept it up all night and it could only be seen when the bombs were bursting in the air. So many patriots gave their lives to keep the flag up — and now to have people protesting who don’t have a clue about any of this bothers me.”

“Our companies will not condone unpatriotic behavior!” he added. “TAKING A STAND … NOT A KNEE!”

This is by the CEO of a company that supplies clothing to the sportscasters on TV who just pulled all of his ads and will no longer provide the clothes to the sports announcers. I hear him! “Take a stand, not a knee!” Make that out rallying cry.

We have ideas, some more definite than others, where evolution will end, but we know without question where it began:

BLM = Baby Lives Matter

To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way.

Quite a lot of hardcore football fans feel the same way, Colin. And they’re showing it by turning their backs to NFL football. Here’s the thing, you brought your politics to work and your work happens to be their entertainment, and they know they’d be fired if they brought their divisive politics to their work. And now your protest evolves to ridiculous privilege with all of its inherent ironies damaging to your original protest.

I never cared for professional football. I never understood it. I never did understand why everyone came to work so gloomy on Monday when the Broncos reliably lost a game on Sunday. It was ridiculous. Funny. Such a losing team back then with incomprehensible fan loyalty. I never could understand that. So it’s a bit of a mystery, given this indifference to it, why I feel such glee watching all these fans burning their souvenirs and collectibles, jerseys, tickets, and trinkets. Beyond the regular glee of seeing people disposing of their gaudy garbage. I always regarded the jerseys very poor taste in clothes. Trash clothes. And now they do too.

It’s fun watching them burn their collections. Goodness, some have a lot. Real anger that’s inspiring.

It’s a very emotional thing for these people. My own mum, bless ‘er, was a serious Broncos fan. She owned a lot of sports memorabilia, ridiculous things, mugs, coolers, cozies, helmets, jerseys, sunglasses, jackets, automobile decals, bobbleheads, dolls, candles, bottles, dishes, all orange and blue with mustangs all over the place, baseball too. She dyed her hair and painted her nails to match Bronco to comport with important games and to advertise her enthusiasm. (Dad hated it) While she was also exceedingly patriotic even to being leader of women’s auxiliary for VFW for several years, going much further than most with fundraising, so all their commemorative memorabilia jewelry all over the place, and I mean all over. I have no doubt she would dump her sports enthusiasm in a heartbeat when put up against her own sense of patriotism like these players and principals are doing now. But none of the people in the videos cried. I cannot see my mum not crying. Anger, yes, but also tears.

The businesses behind these social justice antagonisms however they evolve are in for a powerful economic reckoning. Just as Republican party receives their own lessons in series for their abject failure in representing conservative interests. It’s a joy to behold. It’s historic.

LOL. Check this out:

Tennessee Titans player Delanie Walker:

Don’t come to the game.

That’s the message a couple of the Titans’ star players have for any outraged fans threatening to turn their back on the team…

“First off, I’m going to say this: We’re not disrespecting the military, the men and women that serve in the Army. That’s not what it’s all about,” Titans tight end Delanie Walker said…

“And the fans that don’t want to come to the game? I mean, OK. Bye. I mean, if you feel that’s something, we’re disrespecting you, don’t come to the game. You don’t have to. No one’s telling you to come to the game. It’s your freedom of choice to do that.”

The bad smell of the obama legacy lingers on.

We gave the broom to Jeb! Bush and then hillary clinton. But still, eight years of obama sewage takes a while to clean-up.

This latest “everyone standing and locking arms” effort is standing with the team, not standing for the flag. There’s a huge difference. One promotes save the season and the other is to promote patriotism and respect for the flag.

So, we have reached the point where the Flag, the Anthem, the Pledge, the Declaration and the Constitution are purely White symbols, wholly owned by Whites alone with no interest or relevance for Negros, Hispanics or Asians, and maybe not for Jews either. except the other minorities insist that Jews are White.

What that means is that there is no such thing as an American people, perhaps there never was. Maybe when the US was 85% or more White it didn’t matter. All the things that I was raised (am 74) to think of as American are now symbols of White oppression. Maybe only Whites can be American.

Instead of a country called America, we have a geographical region bordered by Mexico and Canada that contains a number of mutually hostile, competing tribes. In other words, a multicultural, multiethnic empire.

Such empires are held together by brute force. A representative democracy is impossible for such a conglomerate. Tsarist Russia and Hussein’s Iraq are examples of how its done. How long before the mask is dropped, and the Deep State rules openly?