Sports Illustrated (from a cultural communist perspective) has none other than Pete Carroll on its cover this week. One doesn't bother to ask why of all people Pete Carroll is on the cover, as always it's part of an agenda. Petey is portrayed positively of course, except that he is given total blame for his Blackhawks losing the Super Bowl to the Patriots because of his play call near the goal line at the end of the fourth quarter. The article says, "Where some people say 'worst possible decision,' [Carroll] says 'worst possible outcome.'" Which is absolutely true. Seattle lost the Super Bowl because Russell Wilson didn't execute the play that Carroll called. But because of black privilege and the virulently anti-White agenda of the Caste System and society as a whole, Wilson has and always will escape blame for his inexcusable interception when his team had the game sewn up. If it had been Andy Dalton, or Ryan Tannehill, or any White quarterback who made the bonehead play, he would be eternally given the Bill Buckner treatment. But Wilson -- who the other day became the second highest paid QB in the league -- will never be taken to task; Wigger Pete will gladly continue to take all the blame, knowing that otherwise he'll always be treated like a do-no-wrong plantation king by the media.