Thursday, October 18, 2007
The Negrification Of Pro Football - Why I Stopped Watching National Football League Games
For most of my adult life, I was an avid fan of the National Football League (NFL). During my youth, I rooted for the Los Angeles Rams, primarily because I spent the latter half of my childhood in the Orange County community of Buena Park (then 90% white, now only about one-third white). After being transferred to Fort Carson, CO during my Army service in 1972, I began following the Denver Broncos; then coached by John Ralston and quarterbacked by the cagey veteran Charley Johnson, they had their first winning season while I was there.
And I continued to follow NFL football, year after year, until the turn of this century. Gradually, I began to grow away from it. Several factors caused me to turn off from NFL football. Among them:
(1). Excessively high player salaries: Pro football players can lose their career at the turn of the next snap, and deserve to be compensated according to that risk. They should have any medical bills taken care of. But there is no justification to be paying players $5 million per year; they don't contribute $5 million back to society in value or relevancy. I've got no hope of ever making even $100,000 per year (unless I get a really good digital color copier); how can I be expected to relate to or be sympathetic towards a multi-millionaire?
(2). Excessive commercialization: When I started watching NFL football in the 1960s, the ratio of action to commercials was about 10-1. For every 10 minutes of action, there was about 1 minute of commercials. This has radically changed. I would guess it now a 5-2 ratio. In some cases, there are 2 minutes of commercials, then back to the game for one play, then another 2 minutes of commercials. Basically, your average NFL game has become a three-hour infomercial occasionally punctuated by brief football interruptions. I really got tired of being told by advertisers that I wasn't really a man unless I drove a big black Dodge Ram pickup, choked down huge slabs of meat, and guzzled copious quantities of designer beer.
But there is a third reason - a reason I was not prepared to admit publicly until I crossed the Rubicon from racial populism to racial nationalism. And the third reason is what I call the "Negrification" of pro football. Or, in plain English, too many niggers in the NFL. The degree of Negrification has become truly astounding, rivaling even that of the National Basketball Association, and is documented by the Caste Football website.
According to their "About Us" page, Caste Football looks at the racial dynamics of football and of sports in general. They have no sacred cows they worship, no taboo subjects they won’t discuss. They respect the fact that blacks make good football players. But they believe that by looking at football and sports overall through an objective lens rather than simply accepting the propaganda slant of the media, it is clear and obvious that whites are just as good as if not better athletes than blacks.
The truth is that white football players, no matter how talented, are directed into a racial Caste System that limits them to being offensive linemen, kickers, quarterbacks (though more and more major college programs are recruiting blacks for that position), and the occasional defensive position, usually linebacker or defensive end.
Caste Football provides an individual breakdown on Negrification for each NFL team. On the typical 53-man NFL roster, there are an average of 13-16 whites (the San Diego Chargers have a positively stratospheric 20 whites on their roster this year - get ready for an NAACP lawsuit). Extrapolated league-wide, assuming an average of 15 white players per 53-man team, this means the NFL is only about 28% white, around 70% black (assuming about two percent of other races). Compare this to 15% of the greater American society being black. Talk about over-representation. However, the NAACP isn't as concerned about black over-representation as they are about black under-representation. Go to this Caste Football page and click on the team of interest for an individual team report.
However, the synoptic scale ingestion of blacks into the NFL is merely part of the problem. The greater problem lies in their behavior, and tends to mirror of many blacks in the greater society. Many of you have seen first hand how the mass migration of blacks (and, to an increasing degree, mestizos) into a given community degrades the community physically, morally, and culturally. Many of you frequently move to distant suburbs or even different states altogether to stay one step ahead of the marauding muds. The same problem is now replicated on the gridiron.
Back in the 1960s, the Green Bay Packers were the epitomy of consistent success and civilized behavior. They played hard, but played PROFESSIONALLY. When a Packer scored a touchdown, he would run over to the nearest official, deposit the ball gently in the official's hand as if it were an egg, then run to the sideline where he's get a few handshakes and backslaps. Any other celebrations waited until after the game, in the locker room, or perhaps at some of the local watering holes.
Not any more. When an NFL player scores a touchdown nowadays, it's a whole different story, particularly if the player is black. The black player, after ascertaining the camera's location for maximum impact, promptly embarks in a disgusting, degenerate, Dionysian sack dance, replete with the obligatory complement of pelvic thrusts (reflecting the "muh dik" syndrome prevalent amongst ghetto blacks), spike the ball in the end zone as if they were drilling for oil, then shuck and jive their way back to the sideline where they embark on yet another Dionysian orgy of high-fiving, low-fiving, and still another obligatory round of pelvic-thrusting.
And then there's the tired old tradition of dousing the coach of a winning team with Gatorade. And who's credited with starting this tradition? Anothe black player, Harry Carson (pictured at left), during his tenure with the New York Giants in 1986. Can you imagine how Vince Lombardi would have reacted had one of his Packers had doused him with Gatorade? That player would have been playing elsewhere the next day, assuming he was still ambulatory.
These are just two of the more flagrant examples of degenerate black influence in the National Football League. When you watch NFL games, or buy NFL memorabilia, you support this type of crap. If you still want to watch NFL football, that's your business, but for heaven's sake, quit buying NFL memorabilia. Why put more money into the pockets of millionaires who corrupt our culture and have imposed an anti-white racial caste system on the NFL?