2015 Seattle Seahawks

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  1. Don Wassall

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    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.
     
  2. jaxvid

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    What is especially galling about Carroll is how he dumped USC as soon as he realized there were heavy sanctions coming for infractions committed under his coaching reign. Imagine if Belichick had left a school just before they got hit with major cheating sanctions. The media would never let it go. But you never hear about it with Carroll. It's all rainbows and unicorns. Why? I guess because he's the only guy to figure out how to win with a black QB.
     
  3. Extra Point

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    The pass that was intercepted to end the Super Bowl was intended for wide receiver Ricardo Lockette. Lockette was partially responsible for the interception with his weak play. Lockette was signed as an undrafted free agent in 2011. Lockette's highest reception total in a season has been 11.

    Kris Durham was a player that the Seahawks drafted in the 4th round of the 2011 draft. Durham had a high of 38 receptions in a season, when he was with Detroit.

    Durham is a better player than Lockette. The Seahawks kept Lockette but let Durham go. The probable reason is that Lockette is black and Durham is white.

    If the Seahawks had kept Durham instead of Lockette they may have won the Super Bowl. Durham would probably have given them a better effort on the critical play and the interception may never have taken place.

    Anti-white discrimination may have cost the Seahawks the Super Bowl.
     
  4. Thrashen

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    This video of fundamentalist Seattle DWFs that filmed themselves watching the Pats-Seahawks SB game (and eventualy soul-shattering goal line INT) went viral back in February. It really demonstrates the mentality of the drunken, ultra-obnoxious, racially-comatose buffoons that we detest so thoroughly...

    [video=youtube;Tqbyc2oo3q8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tqbyc2oo3q8[/video]
     
  5. Extra Point

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    I saw a Lynch jersey and a Sherman jersey. Why would a grown white man pay for, and wear, a jersey of negro players who are thugs and anti-white racists?

    I also noticed after their god Wilson threw the interception they blamed the call, not Wilson. Whites have been trained to never say, or even think, bad things about negroes. This is an example.
     
  6. Italian Stallion

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    I agree,wholeheartedly.These people are truly sick !!!! I think their bubble is about to burst though as I predict the halcyon days of Plantation Pete and his Gambia River Seahawks are over.There's a ton of dissension amongst the ranks and brooding resentment in that locker room due to the fashion in which the Big Game was lost.Mix in a little contractual backbiting as well as a few key untreated injuries(modern medicine beez YT juju and she***t) and we're looking at a very likely total implosion of one gigantic cornucopia of TNB.

    :boom:
     
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  7. PHillisFan

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    It seems like the ****hawks line is in shambles. The Tick Wilson will be running for his life more often than last year. This will be fun to watch.
     
  8. Extra Point

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    The 0-2 Seattle Seahawks now have an "affirmative action" defensive coordinator. He replaced white man Dan Quinn, who became the head coach of the Falcons.

    It will be interesting to see how the Seahawks and Falcons defenses fare this year as compared to last year. I predict the Seahwks defense will decline and the Falcons defense will improve.
     

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