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Sunday, February 04, 2018

The Racial Significance of Super Bowl LII (2018)

By Nicholas Stix


11 comments:

Anonymous said...

OFFICIALS WIN! OFFICIALs Win!

Anonymous said...

Every month is negro history month. Every second, every hour, every day is negro history month. They done did it all. Y'all.

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Indianapolis Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson has been killed in a drunk driving incident by an illegal alien deported multiple times. Indiana State Police identified the driver of an F-150 truck in the incident as Manuel Orrego-Savala, 37, who had been deported in 2007 and 2009. http://www.foxnews.com/sports/2018/02/05/edwin-jackson-indianapolis-colts-linebacker-was-killed-by-illegal-immigrant-police-say.html
Is this an incident that's going to cause blacks to questions their mindless support of "diversity"? Somehow, I doubt it, but they should. Part of the irony here is that the illegal in this case looks to be a true "white" Hispanic, no trace of mestizo in him whatsoever, he's as white as they come, so hey, maybe they can spin this as a "hate crime"!

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
The "MeToo" movement continues it's expanding definition of "harassment" with actress Natalie Portman digging even deeper than the already bottom of the barrel stories like James Franco for hoaxes they can shape into news bits with lurid headlines. They've skimmed the few men that could legitimately be called "harassers" so now they are changing the definition to "inappropriate behavior" or defining the age old game of seduction in which men let women know he is interested as "harassment". http://www.msn.com/en-us/movies/celebrity/natalie-portman-recalls-unacceptable-encounter-with-producer-i-was-scared/ar-BBIJmdh?li=BBnb2gh

Here is an excerpt from the Natalie Portman story:

“I went from thinking, ‘I don’t have a story’ to ‘Oh, wait, I have 100 stories,'” she explained. “And I think a lot of people are having these reckonings with themselves, of things that we just took for granted as like, this is part of the process.”

Portman recalled one experience in particular, when a producer invited her aboard his private plane. “It was just the two of us, and only one bed was made up,” she said.

“Nothing happened, I was not assaulted. I did make a point of saying, ‘This does not make me feel comfortable,’ and that was respected. But that was super not okay, you know? That was really unacceptable and manipulative. I was scared,'” she added.


OK, let's look at the first statement: "I have a 100 stories". Wow, sounds like Ms. Portman has been serial harassed by hordes of lust crazed men in the industry. OK, she's a beautiful young woman and men desire her, I don't doubt men have put the moves on many times, but is it always "harassment"? Check out the one example of harassment she supplies. A producer invited her on his private plane and there was only one bed, she did not feel "comfortable" (in other words she wasn't in to him) and it was respected. In other words he let her know he wanted to have sex with her, she said no, he accepted that and nothing happened. Really? That's a story? A man hits on a woman, she turns him down and it becomes a sexual harassment headline? If that's the worst thing that's ever happened in "100 stories" then what things did those other 99 men do? Ask her out for coffee? Smiled and winked? Gave her flowers? Tried to hold her hand? Oh, the horror....

Something tells me that even with the shift from "sexual harassment" to "inappropriate comments or behavior", it's still going to be 99% women accusing men. Ridiculous of course, because while men are the ones expected to be the sexual aggressors in seduction, when it comes to making inappropriate, cruel, insensitive comments or just plain behaving badly to others (outside of a sexual context), women can be just as bad as men. It's clear from this latest wave of stories that the media wants women accusing men in the headlines, not vice versa.

Anonymous said...

A local boy from Forest Hills Northern High school is being ostracized by WOODTV 8 and local media,for wearing blackface to school.
Supposedly,the blackface make-up was worn on February 1st,the first day of "Black History Month".
The incident is all that WOODTV is showing,plus the school reaction to it.
WOOD even assigned 350 lb(estimate) black reporter Leon Hendrix to the story--and he sounded extremely fired up,proclaiming,"This appears to be a racist act."
The station has veered to the far left,in sync with Lesta Holt's NNN broadcast that follows,and seems to pride itself on anti-white,pro black stories.
Any black criminals and their crimes are quickly forgotten.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile...a guy in REAL blackface gets very little attention for murdering a (white?)woman and torching her house.She was probably white,judging from the name.
DECATUR, Mich. — A 32-year-old man from Indiana is facing charges in the November 2017 death of a Decatur woman.

The Van Buren County Sheriff’s Office says Glenn Russell Tett Jr. of South Bend, Ind., is charged with open murder and second-degree arson in the death of 31-year-old Jessica Lynn True Wallace.

Wallace’s body was found Nov. 30 after a house fire in the 200 block of West St. Marys Street.

Tett was charged Feb. 2 and he is scheduled to be back in court Feb. 20. His bond was set at $5,000,000.
GRA:I'll post the blackface story from Fox 17 below.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

BLACKS HAVE FREE SPEECH,WHITES...NOT ANYMORE.
BLACKFACED STUDENT GETS VERBALLY "LYNCHED"
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- Pictures of a Forest Hills Northern High School student wearing blackface in class went as viral as the criticism and disgust from students and the community.

Monday Forest Hills Public Schools Superintendent Daniel Behm tells FOX 17 the district has zero tolerance for this type of behavior, after pictures surfaced Thursday on social media.

"Students, community members, families feel the harm and feel the exclusion, and this dredges up a terrible history of our country, and we need to acknowledge that and we need to take steps," said Behm.

"This is something that we do not tolerate, and we will take appropriate actions to remediate this situation."

Many students stand with the Greater Grand Rapids NAACP and say this is wrong: wearing blackface is unacceptable, period.

"I took the bathroom pass to use the bathroom and he was running down the hallway with the makeup on his face," said D'Kyah Flannel, a Forest Hills Northern junior who witnessed the incident.

Several pictures widely shared across social media show a boy who students say is a Forest Hills Northern senior wearing blackface in class. Behm says this happened for a few minutes Thursday during a fifth hour social studies class that had a substitute teacher. The student found makeup another student left behind, put it on, then walked to the bathroom to wash his face. FOX 17 is not naming the student because he may be a minor and is not charged with a crime.

"I was more so disgusted about it just because that shouldn’t happen at school or anywhere," said Danielle McMillon, a Forest Hills Northern senior.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

The deceased woman from Decatur (hadn't heard about this murder before),was Polish.Her brother had a name 14 letters long,with a sky at the end of it.She was white,but can't find a picture anywhere.
--GRA

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Little has been said about the early loss of Brandon Cooks, New England's best receiver, without whom the team lost it's best deep threat. Not only that Bellicheck chose to bench Malcolm Butler, the teams best safety, because he had broken team rules:
http://www.foxnews.com/sports/2018/02/06/patriots-benched-one-time-super-bowl-hero-malcolm-butler-over-perfect-storm-issues-report.html
This was a game with such a razor thin margin of victory, the loss of a teams two top players at their respective positions was monumental. Brandon Cooks couldn't be helped, injuries happen but Bellicheck chose to bench Butler for the SB because he broke team rules. The fact that Bellicheck stuck to the principle rather than making and exception "because it was the Super Bowl", tells us why the Patriots are the Patriots, not just another NFL team. It's the same reason why Greg Poppovich is the most successful modern coach in the NBA, the system is always more important than any individual player or any individual championship game or series, the coaches are unyielding in how things are supposed to be done as long as players do things the right way, so even though Bellicheck lost this Super Bowl, he knows the reasons why his team has won 5 (and been in the hunt nearly virtually every year) is because he demands that things must be done a certain way. There is a race subtext also, occasionally I've heard rumblings about both Poppovich and Bellicheck not being liked by black players as much as white players and there are suggestions they do not apply the rules fairly based on race. There is a vague suggestion of that in the article I sent. But that's a load of crap, I don't believe for a moment either Poppovich or Bellicheck are racially biased in any way, and I also don't doubt that black players are more likely to break the rules and not want to seem subservient to the "white man's rules", so rather than take responsibility, they play the race card.

Kyra said...

I was sad when construction workers stopped hooting at me. I was still darn cute then. I miss it and I hate this 3rd wave feminazi shyte.

Anonymous said...

Jerrypdx:
The blacks naturally want to disobey the rules and not serve punishment time for it--in real life AND sports.In sports,there are no repercussions for being a chronic lawbreaker(see Portis,Marshon Lynch,Avery Bradley,Ezekiel Elliot etc).Poor character is completely overlooked. These thugs move to different cities like priests caught molesting altar boys.Many times the crimes are covered up or diluted for public viewing.
Whatever Popo and Bellichek do to keep the blacks in line,should be put in a book or manual....lol.
"How to Train Your Negro in 10 Easy Steps".Sold in a plain brown wrapper of course.
--GR Anonymous