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Is the Sports Protest a New Awakening

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It's an NFL protest, not a sports protest. It's a poor thread title tbf.

The op seriously over reads, and basically misreads the situation.

Sports as we know it/them, are in no danger at all. Just look around the world, we're all enjoying sports left, right, and centre.

This is just a bunch of meathead nfl morons following the crowd, nothing more.

As ever, Americans think that whatever is happening in their little colony, is definitive for the world. It's really not.

Funny thing is, it's not even true for their own colony- the baseball playoffs, and the total ignoring of this phony protest by MLB, should really be an indicator.

Lets go RedSox!
 
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Black baseball players are almost as scarce as hen's teeth
 
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NBA Orders Players To Stand For The National Anthem

The basketball world, which has black players of course, is very fearful of having it's just as dumb players destroy it as well. The reason it is focused on the NFL of course is that the basketball season and the hockey season are not to begin for another few days or weeks. If there are protests then their already sinking viewership will fall further.

All in all, sports here I believe has peaked. Now obviously Europe is as always behind the US. The typical fan there is far dumber than here and that is pretty dumb. There the donkeys will sell the potato patch in order to go to Japan to see a soccer match. The poor yobs can't even understand that they are deluded suckers.

The delusion of Europe will be marveled at when it is viewed at a future date. It will seem incomprehensible. That of course is the hallmark of a mania or hysteria.


A perfect example of this stupidity was the McGregor fight. I meet nobody here now that does not agree that it was just a fix, that netted about 400 million dollars. As part of this Awakening, I had one man tell me that he now realizes that Clay did not actually hit Liston at all when the KO was called.That is referred to as the Phantom Punch



The realization is settling in here that sports is all a scam
 

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Gotta love the lefties now going after ESPN for suspending Hill, it’s just fantastic to see them fighting eachother. Maybe people will start to realize that these fascists are insatiable.

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Al Sharpton Protests ESPN Executive Offices in NYC, ESPN Headquarters Also Protested After Jem

"There simply aren’t enough ironic illustrations, to adequately express what has happened to ESPN this week. The network that has become a bastion of left-wing media activism, was protested by two different groups of leftists, angry at ESPN for suspending an activist journalist that they should have fired a month ago."

Al Sharpton Protests ESPN Executive Offices in NYC, ESPN Headquarters Also Protested After Jemele Hill Suspension - Breitbart
 

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Boycott Update: The NFL Has Lost 2.5 Million Viewers Already

Viewership is down significantly. There is a big boycott coming up on Nov 12th I believe. They have almost killed themselves. Departing viewers will not be eager to return.
The very fact that the brainwashed fans bought into it in the first place shows them up with their poor judgement. Only for some Darkies not behaving themselves, they would be blissfully, slavishly following "their" team of outsiders bused from other counties and cities pretending to give a damn about the fans. What are the ex-fans going to take up? High culture? Reading Shakespeare? I seriously doubt it.
 
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The very fact that the brainwashed fans bought into it in the first place shows them up with their poor judgement. Only for some Darkies not behaving themselves, they would be blissfully, slavishly following "their" team of outsiders bused from other counties and cities pretending to give a damn about the fans. What are the ex-fans going to take up? High culture? Reading Shakespeare? I seriously doubt it.
They are going to be unhappy.
 

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There’s no way back for the nfl, I don’t think. It’s 70% black too, so it’s a little ironic these millionaires see themselves as such victims, or MLK wannabes more like. The fear of losing their paychecks is getting them back in line now, though it's likely too late.

The blacks in America seem determined to segregate the country again for some reason, and I suppose it all goes back to Barry and his race baiting in the name of equality.

America will be just fine without the nfl, but this lot will be nowhere without America.
 
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Montage: As NFL Ratings Plummet, Roger Goodell Develops Odd Verbal Tic

The viewership is down 20% almost from 2015. I have no doubt but that these fools will keep digging the hole deeper. This imo is not a once off thing and it will shortly be back to normal. This is a seachange in people. They are saying, To Hell with them, more fool I to watch them. (and pay)
 
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NFL HELL: Several Stadiums Nearly Empty As Anthem Protest Backlash Rolls Into Week 7 (PHOTOS)


It is almost at the stage now that the NFL is screwed. The stadiums are nearly empty as alot of the people in attendence are season ticket holders and they have paid a lot of money.As the weather gets closer there will be even less.

This is just the beginning, it will spread to other sports as the insanity of sports is more recognized. It is a total disaster for cable companies and the broadcasters themselves also.
I love it.
 
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The NFL had a disastrous season. They lucked out by having The Patriots make the SuperBowl. Many stadiums had crowds made up of mostly season ticket holders that have paid for their tickets so they went. Now we have Vince McMahon starting again to form a new league. That is difficult to do but there is billions of dollars as a prize if he is successful.

Where will Vince McMahon put his eight XFL teams?

We are getting close now to the Spring training in baseballbefore the season starts on about April 1st. The owners will be concerned. Baseball players are a lot higher on the IQ scale than footballers
 

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The NFL had a disastrous season. They lucked out by having The Patriots make the SuperBowl. Many stadiums had crowds made up of mostly season ticket holders that have paid for their tickets so they went. Now we have Vince McMahon starting again to form a new league. That is difficult to do but there is billions of dollars as a prize if he is successful.

Where will Vince McMahon put his eight XFL teams?

We are getting close now to the Spring training in baseballbefore the season starts on about April 1st. The owners will be concerned. Baseball players are a lot higher on the IQ scale than footballers
Ill be watching out for XFL.
Im someone who has had a reasonable level of interest in the NFL,
Ive been at several of the NFL games in Wembley over the years ever since I first went to see the Chicago Bears with Jim McMahon, Walter Peyton and the Fridge playing there in I think 1987.

I do think its a very Telegenic sport although I dont know how Americans put up with all the ad breaks, at least over here for live games they cut to pundits during all those breaks rather than getting Ads like the US does.

Of late Ive lost interest with all this Kappernick bolloxology.
I do think it makes for great sporting entertainment though so I welcome Vince McMahon having a go.
It has no chance of ever taking over from football as a major sport here in the UK but I do think there is great scope for it to establish a niche for itself around the world, McMahon could be the visionary to do it.
 
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Ill be watching out for XFL.
Im someone who has had a reasonable level of interest in the NFL,
Ive been at several of the NFL games in Wembley over the years ever since I first went to see the Chicago Bears with Jim McMahon, Walter Peyton and the Fridge playing there in I think 1987.

I do think its a very Telegenic sport although I dont know how Americans put up with all the ad breaks, at least over here for live games they cut to pundits during all those breaks rather than getting Ads like the US does.

Of late Ive lost interest with all this Kappernick bolloxology.
I do think it makes for great sporting entertainment though so I welcome Vince McMahon having a go.
It has no chance of ever taking over from football as a major sport here in the UK but I do think there is great scope for it to establish a niche for itself around the world, McMahon could be the visionary to do it.
The Fridge is still alive but I would barely. He was reported 2 years ago to 450 lbs with diabetes and no feeling in his legs and an auto immune disease. His only money is social security, which would be a pittance.

American football reminds me of war. These mutts are as dumb as shit and regardless of how much they make will usually end up broke. They should have a 4 year contract, but paid over 60 years.
 

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The Fridge is still alive but I would barely. He was reported 2 years ago to 450 lbs with diabetes and no feeling in his legs and an auto immune disease. His only money is social security, which would be a pittance.

American football reminds me of war. These mutts are as dumb as shit and regardless of how much they make will usually end up broke. They should have a 4 year contract, but paid over 60 years.
I still remember the joke made at a press conference when the Chicago Bears came to London in the 80s. They were introducing the players and when someone asked why William Perry was called the Fridge the reply was that well he was a big, black square build guy to which someone shouted out why isnt he called the Taxi.

Didnt know that the Fridge has fallen on hard times. I do recall that the star running back from that team Walter Peyton died young from liver problems. And I did see somewhere that Jim McMahon the then Chicago Bears Quarter Back is now suffering brain impairment due to all the impacts he took in his career.
To anyone Irish having a guy called McMahon starring for the Chicago Bears seemed highly appropriate as the historical Irish meaning of McMahon is "son of the Bear".