2016 Olympic Games in Rio

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  1. Thrashen

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    Here's an article "projecting" the winners of every event. The only white man picked to medal in any track event is Devon Allen in the 100 meter hurdles...

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/sport...2016-rio-olympics-medal-projections/87954660/

    Allen, a world class speedster, is a WR for the University of Oregon football team. He's been discussed here before numerous times...

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    In the field events, the UK's Greg Rutherford is picked to win gold in the long jump...

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    Canada's Derek Drouin is picked to win silver in the high jump...

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    After a Negro won gold in the javelin in the 2012 games, Germany's Thomas Röhler is picked to win this year...

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    Of course, whites are picked to sweep other events such as discus, shot put, hammer, pole vault, etc.

    Tennis, rowing, swimming, diving, fencing, equestrian, and many other sports should be kind to whites. Heck, whites from the German or Russian table tennis teams could medal in perhaps the most Asian-dominated sport in the world. I'd love to see Boll or Ovcharov win individual or team gold in TT...



    Let's just hope that all-Negro Team USA basketball loses to anyone in Rio...

    http://www.usab.com/mens/national-team/roster.aspx

    I'd love to see Lithuania (a team USA has lost to in the past and barely defeated in 2012) get the gold in Rio!

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    American White male athletes are going to be noticeably marginalized in the TV coverage, far more than in previous Games. That much is obvious from NBC's advertising leading up to the event. But that won't stop the vast majority of DWFs from beating their chests, flinging poo and shouting "USA USA" for the next two weeks every time an American wins a gold medal -- and with a good chunk of the Russian team barred, the media will be leading the DWFs in cheers when the "universal nation" U.S. team easily wins the medals standings. Sadly the Olympics, like so much else in today's increasingly hollow and soulless world, are a far cry from what they were designed to be and are now too corporate, too professionalized in most sports, too large and expensive, and especially way too politicized, the charm is long gone.
     
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    I don't know why I torture myself with Yahoo articles which are so racially biased but there is one that came out today saying that Michael Phelps though a good candidate to carry the USA flag at opening ceremonies he should have been passed by some black woman who has like 2 degrees from Duke. She had a Muslim name but I believe she was born here. I am not a swimming fan but the guy is the greatest Olympian of all time. I think if Mister Phelps and his jug handle ears ( lol ) were black he would get it with no opposition from any media site.
     
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    Berlin Olympics 1936

    by Mike Walsh

    August 1, 2016 marks the 80th anniversary of the opening day of the 1936 Berlin Olympics. The Berlin event was unique in that it boasted the largest number of foreign athletes in the history of the Olympics. The Berlin Olympic Village was so beautifully designed that every Olympic village since has been modelled on it. The Berlin stadium boasted seating for 100,000 spectators. Attending were four million fans and journalists from 41 nations. The Berlin Olympics was the first to be televised. Competing in the 1936 Games were a record number of participants: 4066 athletes, including 331 women from 49 countries.

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    The 1936 Berlin Olympics is invariably referred to as the Olympics during which American Negro, Jesse Owens, ‘humiliated Nazi Germany and destroyed the myth of Aryan superiority.’ The truth is quite the opposite.

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    Jesse Owens was a fine athlete and citizen of one of the world’s most racist countries. The contrast between the United States and the Workers Reich would have been quite remarkable for this humble and likeable ex-cotton picker. In Hitler’s Germany, Jesse Owens could share a bus or tram ride with white people. Treated equally in all respects the athlete could enjoy a movie accompanied by German friends. Unlike the United States, the sprinter would use the same toilet facilities, dine with Europeans in restaurants and stay in hotels without discrimination being shown towards him. There was much that the track athlete could do in Hitler’s Germany forbidden to coloured people in the United States.

    In his homeland coloureds were required to eat apart from White associates and fellow athletes. If coloureds approached a hotel they were required to do so through the tradesmen’s entrance. There were no Negroes on any major league baseball team and no Negro swimmers. This was in the so-called enlightened north. In the southern states there was no possibility of a Negro being allowed to participate in any sport unless he competed solely with other Negroes.

    Awakening in the Olympic Village the Olympian “was greeted by paparazzi and amateur photographers ‘who were gathered outside his bedroom window to click at the athlete before he could gather poise for one of his many appearances before the mobs in Berlin.” The coloured athlete’s coach, Lawrence N. Snyder wrote in the Saturday Evening Post, November 7, 1936, “Jesse Owens was cheered as loudly as any Aryan.”

    The recycled media lie is that at the ‘Nazi Olympics’, Adolf Hitler snubbed Jesse Owens by refusing to shake his hand. What are the facts? The elected German leader on the first day of the Berlin Olympics did indeed shake the hands of several successful competitors. That same evening the Fuhrer received a message from Count Baillet-Latour. The President of the International Olympic Committee respectfully pointed out that he was ‘a guest of honour at the Games and should congratulate all or none, in public at least.’

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    In common with all other national leaders Germany’s head of state chose the latter as being the most sensible course. With 156 gold medals being awarded at various locations and times it was physically impossible to congratulate every winner. Jesse Owens was not congratulated by the Fuhrer; nor was any successful competitors, white or otherwise.

    It is interesting to note that America’s Jewish President Roosevelt refused to meet the coloured athlete despite there being no such restriction imposed upon his doing so. After the 1936 Berlin Olympics wards, Jesse Owens said:

    When I passed the (German) Chancellor he arose, waved his hand at me, and I waved back at him. I think the writers showed bad taste in criticising the man of the hour in Germany.

    On their arrival in London, Owens and his coach Larry Snyder complained that they felt like ‘trained seals’. The two were subjected to a barrage of ‘fraudulent publicity offers’. Such was the lack of integrity and respect shown to the pair they refused further engagements. Time was to prove Larry Snyder and Jesse Owens right as none of the publicity offers came to anything. However, big name promoters like Eddy Cantor did receive free of charge much favourable publicity.

    Norman Katkov is author of Jesse Owens Revisited. (The World of Sport, p.289):

    Back home in the United States, Jesse Owens was treated like a freak and an animal. “Before curious crowds he raced horses (and won). He ran against cars, trucks, dogs, and baseball players with a head start.”

    This was a 1930’s America that had seen 26 Negroes lynched. It was an America where Negroes used separate public facilities; coloureds were schooled at all-black schools. Unlike the Workers Reich, in the United States non-Whites could not mix with white people in restaurants, cinemas, hotels, stadiums, etc.

    What about the claim that “Owens swept the scoreboard and destroyed the Nazi myth of Aryan superiority.” The Workers Reich earned a total of 101 medals, 41 of which were gold, and gathered an impressive 223 points.

    Germany’s only credible rival was the United States. Though three times Germany’s population, the U.S. won 40% fewer medals and points than did Hitler’s Germany. United States athletes gained 25 gold medals, four of which were awarded to Jesse Owens. The U.S point’s total tally was a mediocre 132 points. America’s geographical size and its reliance on coloured athletes did little to reduce its humiliation. Despite the U.S boasting many coloured sportsmen the combined total of medals awarded to such athletes amounted to only eleven gongs. The outcome ~ without Germany saying so ~ suggested that coloured athletes simply do not match the performance of their ethnic-European rivals.

    Adolf Hitler’s Germany won more gold medals than the United States, Great Britain, India, Canada, Argentina, France, and Norway combined. These countries’ total population stands at 1,160 million, and in terms of population size, 14 times bigger than is Germany’s population.

    AUTHOR’S NOTE: During the current Olympics the myths will be recycled by idle journalists and sports columnists. It is easy to email this true history article to them or quote from this article when the Jesse Owens myth appears in readers comment.

    http://www.renegadetribune.com/berlin-olympics-1936/
     
  6. Jimmy Chitwood

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    apparently Team USA's volleyball players didn't get the memo that White athletes aren't actually athletic ...

    meet Kim Hill, the best player on the USA's women indoor team. i just finished watching her destroy Puerto Rico. she's plays the game at a level that is, literally, head and shoulders above the net (and figuratively above that of her competition):

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    the Most Valuable Player of the 2014 World Championships, she obviously defies the media narrative that White people can't jump. see her aerial assault from the aforementioned World Championships below.

     
  7. Jack Lambert

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    Thanks guys for all of the informative posts!! Definitely a lot of great white representation at the Olympics again this year!

    If anybody is interest, Lithuania's basketball team will start off against the hosts Brazil tomorrow on NBC Sports from 1-3 Eastern. They're the Number 3 ranked team in the world behind the USA and Spain. They're always known for playing great team ball (sharing the ball on offense, and playing tenacious defense). This year, they'll feature center Jonas Valanciunas from the Raptors, and OKC rookie Domantas Sabonis in the post. Although Sabonis won't start, I'm guessing he'll play a lot. Valanciunas easily has the most NBA experience in the team, and he's a beast in the paint. They'll also feature the new forward for the New York Knicks, Mindaugas Kuzminskas. Always steady combo guard Mantas Kalnietis returns to lead the Lithuanian back court. I'm also hoping they'll beat the loathsome "USA" squad, and get on the medal stand. I think they stand the best chance, being as their core isn't in an advanced age, like Brazil, Spain, Argentina, etc.

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    Australia, with their roster stacked with overachieving, blue collar, gym rats (Patty Mills, the half-aborigine, is the lone non-White player on the team), opened up Olympic basketball play with an absolute drubbing of very-diverse France. the Boomers won, 87-66.

    from the game's opening play, an Aron Baynes dunk over France's Nicolas Batum, it was evident that the Aussies were looking to exert their White privilege.

    "strangely" enough, Australia's White players (with the exception of Andrew Bogut) have either only been marginalized NBA players (Dellavedova, Baynes, and Ingles) or completely ignored by the Association (everyone else). yet, they completely obliterated France, who have numerous black players who have been given myriad chances to be starters in the NBA (including, but not limited to, the aforementioned Batum, Diaw, Parker, and Lauvergne).

    "weird," that the "less talented" team according to the "experts" in the NBA would be so dominant ...

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  9. white is right

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    The first controversial moment happened in the games. Hungarian "Superwoman" Kattinka Hozzsu was all but called a doper by the NBC announcer. I doubt Caster after he/she prances to wide win will get called anything but winner by the announcers....https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...r-crediting-world-record-to-swimmers-husband/

    Ps. The Iron Lady is 3 for 3 and even the super cheerful Canadian color commentator Byron Macdonald emphasized the rumors about her drug usage....
     
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    The Lithuanians held on today against Brazil. They rushed out to a 30 point lead, but had to withstand a comeback from an inspired home team in the 4th quarter. However, free throw shooting helped the Lithuanians hold on for the win. Of course, Fran Fraschilla was "shocked" at how they slapped Brazil around for the first three quarters of the game. The team shot 50% from the floor, and Mantas Kalnietis led the way with 16 points. They played some tough defense, frequently forcing Brazil into tough situations. However, they need to work on their passing; they had 17 turnovers today.
     
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    as a follow-up to my earlier post on Australia-France, two key, matchups were at the point (Australia's Dellavedova vs. France's Tony Parker) and in the post (Australia's Aron Baynes vs. France's Nicolas Batum).

    Baynes (who has never been given any substantial opportunity in the NBA) owned Batum (a former NBA starter), scoring 14 points, hauling in 8 rebounds, and blocking 1 shot. he also drew 6 fouls, as France constantly had to help the overmatched Batum. meanwhile, Batum managed a mere 5 points, 2 rebounds, and turned the ball over 4 times.

    Dellavedova, meanwhile, piled up 10 assists to just 1 turnover. while he only scored 4 points, his plus-minus was a STELLAR +28., and he forced 3 steals and nabbed 3 rebounds. conversely, Parker managed to score 18 points, but he did so by shooting less than 50%, and he had just 2 assists. Delly's defense kept Parker from creating for his teammates, which contributed significantly to their struggles.

    just to think, Batum (a former 1st-round pick) and Parker are established players in the NBA, while Baynes and Dellavedova can barely keep a roster spot. "weird," huh?

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    i also caught the final portion of the Croatia-Spain game. nary a negro saw the floor in an exciting contest that wasn't decided until the final play, an athletic block that prevented Spain from tying the game. Croatia won in a HUGE upset.
     
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    That's great to hear Australia took it to the diversity boys from France!!

    As an aside, how in the hell did the "USA" manage to field two blacks and a Mexican on their five-woman gymnastics team? I think we all know the answer to that. I know they're pretty good, but seriously, there aren't more than two white women who can qualify for the team?
     
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    Maybe more and more White viewers are getting fed up with NBC's blatant anti-White, pro-globalist agenda:

    Friday's dips for the Opening Ceremony were not a one-off.

    Among total viewers, the primetime showing for Saturday's primetime kickoff of competition coverage dropped 32 percent from the last Summer Games. An average 19.5 million viewers watched between 8 and 11 p.m. Four years ago, London was setting records with 28.7 million viewers during the same time period.

    In the key demographic of adults 18-49, NBC averaged a 5.5 rating. That's off 37 percent from the first night of competition during the 2012 London Games. To be fair, marquee U.S. talent (like swimmers Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps) went head-to-head on that night.


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    Watching the swimming, a huge topic has been the participation of a Russian swimmer, Yulia Efimova. They don't like her being able to participate, because she's been caught doping. I'll make a prediction, the members of the Jamaican track team won't receive anything close to ridicule. In fact, the many of them in Rio that have been caught doping won't even be mentioned. Just a few who've been caught: Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce, Yohan Blake, and Asafa Powell.
     
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    Notice that the three players from our USA! USA! USA! African handball team all have BS names that start with "De"

     
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    I had synchronized diving on in the background earlier in the evening. There was no US team in the event so figured the commentators would be fairly bias free, but alas they had clearly made the "Canadians" their rooting interest.

    On the last dive the Aussie's overtook Team Diversity to secure bronze by less than 1 point. You could tell the wind was just knocked out of them in their voices that their duo had lost with there being subtle implications that the judges cheated them out of a better score and thus a bronze medal which should have been rightfully theirs.


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    I've noticed in commercials that the U.S.'s girls gymnast team is majority black (three out of five). Seems like a turning point, much like when a neighborhood becomes a certain percentage black, or a position in basketball, football or sprinting; once it goes black it never goes back. Maybe there are more girls on the team but those are the ones I've seen over and over again on commercials. And one of the two "Whites" is (((Ali Raisman))), a holdover from the '12 Games along with Gabby Douglas. You can bet NBC's promos and coverage will be as wet as it gets for their events.

    With all the hoopla about the number of females on the U.S. team -- it's majority female, as I watched the entry of each country in between NBC's interminable commercial breaks Friday night one of the female announcers yelped "You go girl!" when that fact was announced -- when you think of White female American athletes, just what do you picture these days? There haven't been any dominant tennis players for decades; golf is dominated by Asians; other than swimming what is there other than some of the more obscure sports? In spite of Title IX and endless feminist propaganda, White women seem to have been even more victimized by the Caste System than White men.
     
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    Good observation. The only one I can think of is the US Women's Soccer team. At least on the Women's side it's allowed to be all or mostly diversity-free. Compare that to the US Men's soccer team where White men often make up the minority of the starters.
     
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    Croatia's nail biter win over Spain in basketball was a terrific show featuring two all white teams...a relaxing sight compared to US basketball's "diversity".
     
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    Adam Peaty is smashing world records in the pool.

     
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    A White girl had her position taken from her by Gaby Douglas. Inexplicably, she outscored Douglas to make the team, however, Douglas got the nod to be on the team. OUTRAGEOUS!!! Its all there. Yet crickets from the media. I will be pulling for Ali Raisman and the other blonde girl. I hope the other fall on their respective faces.
     
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    Serena Williams swept in straight sets. No medal, no nothing.
     
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    She didn't talk to the media afterward. Just in passing she said, "the better player won today". That's it. She also double-faulted 5 times (!) in one game. Did she throw this match because she and Venus had already lost in the doubles competition? Or did she just coast and lose? We'll never know.
     
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    While not dominant White female distance runners have won medals and have been robbed of medals by East African and Russian drug cheats. Also while soccer is really a semi pro to amateur sport the US women are largely a White squad.
     

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