Annual NFL White Purge 2013

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  1. Tannehill17

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    Kluwe is also an atheist and actually had the audacity to criticize Tim Tebow for his religious views. Hardcore atheists tend to be some of the most vile, anti-white, egalitarian douche nozzles on the face of the planet. Good to see the tables turned and now he's a victim of the cultural Marxist, ethnic cleansing campaign in the NFL. **** Chris Kluwe, I hope he never gets another job in the NFL ever again.
     
  2. dwid

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    I watched the Cowboys broadcast of the 4th preseason game and they had nothing but praise for Heath saying that he was starting quality, so hopefully he does start, but this day in age, it is pretty likely that he will see the field in nickel and dime packages even if he doesn't start, a good deal of White backups do, and they play in these packages for close to half of the game, the typical 4-3 or 3-4 with 4 dbs is just a base formation. Usually its a 4-2-5 or a 3-3-5. It seems more teams should be using these as a base with a hybrid guy that can play the run like a linebacker and the pass like a safety or a corner, but most of the guys that can do that are White. Cody Grimm was one in college, Brian Urlacher was one in college, which is why he made a perfect tampa 2 mlb.
     
  3. BeyondFedUp

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    Agreed. Glad he's gone, at least for now. I'm not sure what race Kluwe is, but (as most of you probably know), guess who are the usual perpetrators of the athiest-communist, queer-worshipping, anti-white agenda extending to every facet of our society...
    :kev:
     
  4. BeyondFedUp

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    Good thoughts dwid.
    And at least Garrett hasn't had the Caste mindset to the extent that some Head Coaches have here in the Not For Long sport. In fact, I have seen him show considerable openess to giving the hardest-working players a shot at their given positions. Whites who get a shot in Dallas at least have that going for them.
    Hopefully Heath and newcomer Hayden can make the best of their opportunities. Even Bosworth, who is a local, having played High School in nearby Plano and could use his own cheering section, has a shot to make some noise and just may get rewarded for it.
     
  5. white is right

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    Did Monty Burns err Al Davis truly die or was his death staged.......:biggrin: I guess the apple doesn't fall far from the tree....
     
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    Yes, that was quite ironic, was it not? In this case, I'm actually glad a black punter beat him out. Hopefully Kluwe will never, ever return to the NFL. Perhaps now he can go back to Mexifornia and hang out with Robbie Rogers, Ervin Johnson Jr. and all the rest of his beloved Homosexuals.

    Beyond Fedup, thanks for the info on the Cowboys. I agree with you regarding Jason Garrett. He certainly isn't a Jimmy Johnson, Caste Stooge? Does that explain why Stephen A. Smiff of ESPN hates him so much? He senses the classy, intelligent Princeton grad (Garrett) isn't your typical low IQ gutter-rat, ala Wigger Jim in Frisco and wigger Pete in Seattle?

    By the way, the Bosworth twins are the nephews of Brian Bosworth. They are the sons of Brian's older sister. Kyle Bosworth did a great job this pre-season for the Cowboys. Glad he's getting a chance. Dallas and Philly are clearly the teams we should be pulling in the NFC East.

    WIR, as far as the Raiders, my guess is it's their recently hired black GM that is darkening this team as much as he is...It appears Steve Davis isn't very hands-on at all, according to media reports he's mostly focused on getting a new stadium in Oakland or Los Angeles. He's leaving the roster stuff to his football "guru" (with an orange Afro) to assemble the worst possible team on the planet.
     
  7. BeyondFedUp

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    For sure TruthTeller! Maybe that's just one more reason I can't stand listening to Stephen A. Smith!

    And yes, thanks for the correction, as he is indeed Brian Bosworth's nephew, not his son. I know they primarily brought him in for some much needed serious punch on Special Teams, but he did play some LB at Jacksonville, I think 5 starts last year. His scouting reports are actually pretty good, even without the usually designated "dat upside to his game, ma'an" to "other" players with the exact same or less skill-sets. LOL!
     
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    Just chiming in to join in the laughter over Chris Kluwe getting cut for the world's first black punter. Hahaha, and let me write it out more slowly: ha, ha, haaaa.

    Worse than a crypto-jew (in my opinion), this weirdo is a proto-Zionist by definition, who swallows the Party Line wholly and lashes out against his "political opponents" because he shares in their feelings of marginalization and nerd-dom. It's a depressing case study, and a reminder that even an athletically-minded White who sires a few kids could very well just be fueling the fireplace for our enemies. Kluwe is a ****** of the worst order; he blogs about inane crap like the merit of bisexual characters in the newest dungeons n dragons vidya games. Believe it or not, I wouldn't even recognize him as an NFL punter without his pro-****** punditry. He made his name stumping for ****** marriage; ten years pro athlete and that will always be his legacy. Hopefully at least one of his sons turns out to be not gay.
     
  9. Leonardfan

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    So the Packers cut BJ Coleman and sign quotaback Seneca Wallace who stated that he retired a few days ago before denying that.
     
  10. dwid

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    yeah he changed his mind and said the only reason the 49ers brought him in was to make Colt McCoy take a paycut, and that he "wasn't down with that". He played horrible with both the Saints and the 49ers during preseason which makes no sense why he was brought in, he did worse than Vince Young, however, he is somewhat smarter than Vince Young , and can grasp a playbook somewhat, which makes him a better back up than Young but still has never really proven that he can come in and help a team win a few games while the starter is down.
     
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    It seems a lot of white defensive players on the back end of the depth chart made it through the final cuts, guys such as Wendling, Doughty, Trattou, Mauti, Worrilow, Casey Matthews, Frank Zombo etc. Also, right now it looks like the 49ers have a whopping five white defensive players, though four will be white special teams demons, Dahl, Ventrone, Stupar and Skuta, to go along with Justin Smith.
    I'll post my overall white starter count later today or in the next few days. I believe we will be down a bit, probably in the high 170's like a few years ago.
     
  12. NFLISFIXED!

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    All of this discussion of white players in the NFL is mental masturbation. As the game is fixed.






    The Spygate lawsuit

    Carl Mayer is a New York Jets season ticket holder. He is also a lawyer. When it was discovered that the New England Patriots were videotaping their opponents’ coaching signals – a scandalous event later dubbed “Spygate†that shook the NFL in 2007 – it happened to come to light during a Jets-Patriots game.

    Mayer sued, seeking $185 million in damages on behalf of all Jets ticket holders. His claim was that due to the Patriots’ actions, the games between the two franchises were essentially rigged since Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick took control of the team in 2000. In early 2010, the case reached the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals.

    In May 2010, the appeals court judges tossed the case. The Senior Judge of the three judge panel Robert E. Cowen wrote in his precendential opinion (which you can read here), “We do not condone the conduct on the part of the Patriots and the team's head coach, and we likewise refrain from assessing whether the NFL's sanctions (and its alleged destruction of the videotapes themselves) were otherwise appropriate.†But the reason why Cowen and the other judges decided against Mayer was because, “At best, he [Mayer] possessed nothing more than a contractual right to a seat from which to watch an NFL game between the Jets and the Patriots, and this right was clearly honored.â€

    Cowen went on to write, "Mayer possessed either a license or, at best, a contractual right to enter Giants Stadium and to have a seat from which to watch a professional football game. In the clear language of the ticket stub, ‘[t]his ticket only grants entry into the stadium and a spectator seat for the specified NFL game.’ Mayer actually was allowed to enter the stadium and witnessed the ‘specified NFL game’ between the Jets and Patriots. He thereby suffered no cognizable injury to a legally protected right or interest.â€

    He then concluded, "We do not condone the conduct on the part of the Patriots and the team’s head coach, and we likewise refrain from assessing whether the NFL’s sanctions (and its alleged destruction of the videotapes themselves) were otherwise appropriate. We further recognize that professional football, like other professional sports, is a multi-billion dollar business. In turn, ticket-holders and other fans may have legitimate issues with the manner in which they are treated….Significantly, our ruling also does not leave Mayer and other ticket-holders without any recourse. Instead, fans could speak out against the Patriots, their coach, and the NFL itself. In fact, they could even go so far as to refuse to purchase tickets or NFL-related merchandise….However, the one thing they cannot do is bring a legal action in a court of law. [emphasis in original].â€

    Mayer’s lawyer, Bruce Afran, disagreed. He believed consumer fraud had occurred. He said, “(The opinion) seems to suggest that no matter how much ticket holders pay, they can be defrauded by NFL teams. And it puts the NFL on the same level as professional wrestling.â€

    Because there is no law outside of the loose interpretation of fraud from preventing a league from fixing its own games, Afran’s conclusion is correct. One cannot fix a sporting event for gambling purposes; that is illegal. And one cannot fix an intellectual contest for entertainment purposes; that was made illegal after the quiz show scandal of the 1950s.

    But fix a sporting event for entertainment purposes? Completely legal.

    What’s worse, the lawyer representing the NFL, Shepard Goldfein, actually argued in court that “fans likely would buy tickets even if they knew the Patriots were stealing signals.†In other words, the NFL realizes that much like pro wrestling, even if fans knew the football was rigged, they still pay their money to see it.

    In March 2011, the Supreme Court refused to hear Mayer's appeal thereby affirming the lower court's findings.

    As these two court cases prove, it is time to see the NFL in a completely different light. It is not a loosely organized group of teams fighting tooth-and-nail to beat their rivals. No, the NFL is a well-organized machine out to maximize its profits by doing everything within their power to make people consume their product: the games.'
     
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    +1

    Jim Leonhard picked up by his old team, Bills, to play for a DC he started for as a NY Jet.
     
  14. Borussia

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    Re Fixing of game

    Appreciate your opinion and thoughts NFLISFIXED, yet you are reading so deep into things that you might as well end up in China. Talk about taking the ball and running with it..:flypig:

    Is there an Agenda? Yes
    Is this Agenda executed by advertisers, corporate interests, Hollywood elite and multi-culturalits? Yes
    Is the Agenda overall anti-White and pro-Black to perpetuate demoralization of Whites and prop up Blacks and minorities as super cool and people to admire and look up to?
    Is this done consciously by the NFL, coaches, player personal, scouts, etc.? I doubt it, yet this may be on a case by case basis.
    Is this done subconsciously after decades of media and marketing brainwashing? Yes

    Are games Fixed in the way you think they are? No.
    Are there questionable calls to keep games close and maintain TV watching interest, like they do in almost all NBA televised games? Yes.

    Are black quaterbacks, WRs, RBs given numerous opportunities and a long leash by coaches and teams? Yes

    Are TV networks and popular sport channels such as sports King ESPN anti-White and pro-black? Yes, clearly and this is not even close

    Why do they engage in this agenda and clear cut behavior? Well, this is why they call it an agenda.

    Sports is a microcosm of society and society in America today is generally very Anti-White. So individual imbeciles such as say Chris Collinsworth to the average Seattle Seahawk fan to Mike McCarthy are all parroting what the standard of behavior and thinking is in society as a whole. But the levels of this and more importantly motivations are very different and specific.
    McCarthy is not (I think) an out and out pro-Black/Anti-White person..he is motivated by a few things such as winning, approval from his bosses which are the GM, fans, owners and mainstream media.
    So all things being equal, he will do what he thinks is in the best interest of the team, his superiors and the media.

    Someone like say a sportscaster hack such as Collinsworth, I feel is a consciously anti-White/pro-black Casteophile because he is doing precisely what his masters and bosses (TV) tell him or allude to..he gets it. Why? because he used to play and is aware of the Agenda and he truly feels he is doing what is best 'for society' by carrying out his TV bosses wishes.
    In another words, he has totally bought in to the agenda and is part of the converted.

    The DWF average fan is just a de-racinated fool because:
    1.) he/she is not a critical thinker
    2.) he/she has never been exposed to a different viewpoint or analysis
    3.) he/she is a product of media, social and educational marketing and will parrot what is the general consensus norm of the given society they live in
    4.) most people are intellectual and physical cowards and researching other views and thinking truly outside the box is not within their abilities

    Hence, this is why they are a Dumb/Drunk White Fan.

    Are games out and out Fixed? No
    Yet the social agenda is there and like adept story tellers and media, they like to place in the human interest story and kind of 'decorate' if you will the games and sport to fit into what they wish to portray to the masses of fans, etc.

    This is my humble opinion on this subject.
     
  15. Westside

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    Outstanding post Borussia!
     
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    I agree great post, but I don't think Chris Collinsworth is being controlled by anyone really, but I am sure his bosses are happy with his comments. Reading up old interviews with him, he seems to be one of those guys that really buys into the black superiority myth and feels like he is one of the only Whites that could truly play at the same level. I remember a jewish basketball player turned radio host talking about this during the Riley Cooper incident, that as a White guy playing with blacks is "like a badge of honor" and that he knew better or some bs like that.
     
  17. Leonardfan

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    Great post Borussia!
     
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    The Saints inexplicably sign retread Robert Meacham, who was a complete bust in San Diego. Not to be my typical cynical self, but I can't help but suspect I'll be reading a blurb on Rotoworld later that reports Andy Tanner was cut to make room for him.

    Sean Peyton doesn't like white receivers.
     
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    from rotoworld.com

    Bucs re-signed DT Gary Gibson.

    Gibson was a mild surprise at final cuts, but has returned on a (presumably) cheaper deal. He'll serve as depth behind rookie NT Akeem Spence.
     
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    It's the same old crap every year. We actually have to get excited that a running back/wide receiver who runs a 4.3 40 and can jump out of the gym is on a practice squad only to be ditched later on. Yawn. Nothing to see here. All we can do is hope for alot of injuries to half the cardinals team or he will never see the light of day. Fu** the NFL.
     
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    Thanks for this bit of news. I was just going to search practice squads to see where he turns up. I actually think that PS is a good spot for McGuffie, although the Cardinals are probably not the best team for this. If he tears it up with his sub 4.3 speed he might be able to move up to 5th-6th WR/WSTD at some point :icon_rolleyes:
     
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    Andy Tanner cut by the Saints, after being "on" the team for one, inactive game. This is the Caste System in all its glory.

    Sean Payton hates white receivers.
     
  24. dwid

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    actually the gm and the owner actually have more say, which is Loomis and Benson who said himself he wants the team to represent the demographics of New Orleans (not taking into account the metro area), notice how the Saints have been black long before Payton. Payton has gotten away with splitting two White tight ends out wide at times, back when he had Shockey and Dave Thomas and was able to bring in 3 White linebackers by justifying it as "rebuilding"

    Don't worry, he'll be resigned and cut about 15 more times. At least he is making some money in this process

    Benson's comments make sense because we have many creoles (light skinned blacks, some even 1/16th) and the have Lance Moore who looks to be 1/16th, maybe an octaroon at best, and Jimmy Graham looks to be about 1/4th, and they loved Billy Miller who also looked to be about 1/4th or 1/8th. That small amount of black blood kept Lance Moore over Mike Hass.

    Its not like they were going to activate him, they needed room with only 4 defensive linemen going into this week with a bunch getting injured, of course they are going to look at someone like Tanner to be the first to go. Sucks but its the way the NFL works. Dlinemen can't even play an entire series without a few guys taking breathers. When the other defensive linemene get healthy Tanner will get a call to be back on the team, but it would be kind of nice to see the Pats pick him up with Amendola having chronic injuries.
     
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