Chris Henry released.

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  1. jaxvid

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    Get ready for the tributes on Sunday. It'll be a day of mourning!! Players will have to wear his uniform number, brutha's will tape pictures of him to their uniforms. Solemn old white guys will talk about what a "good kid" he was at heart and how he was turning his life around. His widowed finance and various illegitate kids will be featured. What a tragedy! [​IMG]
     
  2. whiteathlete33

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    Come on guys!! Don't be so rough on the poor little afflete. He managed to stay out of trouble for a while. He was a great guy who just made a few bad choices in his life. White racism is to be blamed if anything. We have to give the bruva the benefit of the doubt. Guess I won't be watching any games this weekend because the black lovefest will be too much to bear.
     
  3. Fightingtowin

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    I saw an interview with him before the season and he's talking about how he's changed and nothing like he was before. Then he goes out on the practice field and a db makes a routine play on him and starts walking away. Chris Henry waits for him to turn his back and then just jacks him from behind and is ready to fight. The db turned around shocked and just gave him a look like "how can you really be this stupid?" and just walked away. It was clear right there that this guy was not going to change. Edited by: Fightingtowin
     
  4. Van_Slyke_CF

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    There's an article on Yahoo right now, "Chris Henry, dead at 26, could have been a role model."

    A review of a few facts:

    In trouble all the time at WVU where he had no business posing as a student-afflete.

    Arrested 5 times during his brief NFL career, with the presiding judge after the 5th one in April 2008 calling him a "one-man crime wave."

    And now we're supposed to believe that he was putting his life together to be a swell teammate and super father to his three kids by his fiancee.

    It seems to me that the Charlotte police report in the coming days should shed quite a bit more light on what happened and why.

    Considering his rap sheet, you'd think the MSM would wait before recommending posthumous sainthood, but they are brutally predictable when it comes to NFL affletes.
     
  5. Thrashen

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    It's refreshing to see that no one at CF cares that this thug-vermin is toast.

    Other than PacMan Jones and Leonard Little, Henry is perhaps most deserving of this fate....which has befallen him as a direct result of his continuously dysfunctional behavior.

    Falling from the back of a speeding truck during another domestic dispute....only one of God's chosen affletes could die in such an extremely silly fashion. Whatever, the world says goodbye to yet another undeserving turdboy who wouldn't be fit to scrub toilets at an NFL stadium. No offense to anyone who does, of course, I worked at McDonalds for 6 years during HS and college (and cleaned the restrooms daily).

    Henry was a complete prick compared to Sean Taylor, who has reached NFL sainthood. It should at least be interesting to see how the media carefully warps this little tale into something inspirational and pro-black for the white earthworms to digest. Edited by: Thrashen
     
  6. FootballDad

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    Interesting and prescient that the name of this post is Chris Henry released.........
     
  7. Tom Iron

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    Gentlemen,

    This man is dead. There's nothing funny here. Let's show a little respect.

    Tom Iron...
     
  8. whiteathlete33

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    So are thousands of whites killed by blacks each year. Nobody seems to care about that though.
     
  9. Van_Slyke_CF

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    Tom Iron:

    Let's see if you still say that Chris Henry deserves "a little respect" after the police report comes out.

    If it turns out I'm way off base here, I'll come back and admit it. But I think Chris "One-Man Crime Wave" Henry's track record speaks for itself, and I doubt very seriously he was innocent in the events leading to his death.
     
  10. whiteathlete33

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    Henry was a piece of s--t. He played in the NFL and made millions of dollars which is something millions of kids in this country dream of. Yet the afflete didn't know what to do with himself. I am sure we will hear a thousand excuses regarding his criminal past and how he was becoming a productive member of society. To everyone who thinks Henry was a decent person just think about it this way. If this didn't happen to him he would probably be behind bars in the near future anyways.
     
  11. Fightingtowin

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    I watched the documentary Murderball a couple days ago and the main character in the movie was injured in almost the same way. After drinking, he passed out in the back of a pickup truck and his friend didn't realize he was back there. He ended up getting launched at some point of the drive. I had never heard of that happening until then. Now I've heard it twice.
     
  12. Tom Iron

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    Gentlemen,

    You make my point. Yes I understand how such men as Chris Henry live. I also understand that in the end (his end was sooner rather than later) they/we all get what we deserve. He got what he deserved, but that's no reason for us to celebrate.

    This is a website devoted to standing up for our race. There's no need to lower ourselves to the level of those who can't help themselves like Chris Henry. We want people to see that we feel even for people like him. That way, other White people who otherwise might sit on the fence or be against us may see us at our best.

    I've said my piece and won't address this subject anymore. You're all grown men. Make your own choices.

    Tom Iron...
     
  13. Don Wassall

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    The same mentality that drives this sick society is in a sense responsible for Henry's death, the type exhibited byMike Huckabee, whoreleased the killer that ended up assassinating four White cops in Washington State. Here we have a "one man crime spree" who still somehow was a millionaire "professional athlete." Henry should have been behind bars as a danger to society. As it turns out he ended up accidentally offing himself before he would have eventually seriously injured or killed someone else.
     
  14. Van_Slyke_CF

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    Yahoo News is now reporting:

    "Two 911 tapes released Thursday provided some clues. The first was from an unidentified woman who said she was following a yellow pickup truck.

    "It's got a black man on it with no shirt on, and he's got his arm in a cast and black pants on," she told a dispatcher. "He's beating on the back of this truck window. ... I don't know if he's trying to break in or something. It just looks crazy. It's a girl driving it."

    Crazy, violent, unredeemable career criminal.
     
  15. DixieDestroyer

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    Tom, I understand your call for civility, but I think most CF'ers probably know that being "diplomatic" oftentimes is slippery slope to becoming a milquetoast doormat (in many cases). I also understand the anger over the caste treatment of White athletes whilst black ones are given numerous passes, undue lionization, etc. With the mass rise of cultural Marxism, White men (who've not been neutered) can only be "civil" for so long. There's only so much that can be taken, before hackles are raised, teeth bared, etc.



    Edited by: DixieDestroyer
     
  16. whiteathlete33

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    I am not celebrating over his death Tom. I don't care at all for him however. Chris Henry is exactly what is wrong with the NFL today. It's filled with guys just like him or maybe even worse. Some players in the NFL have even gotten away with murder.
     
  17. Jimmy Chitwood

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    this opinion piece was running as the top story on Yahoo just now. needless to say, the martyrdom that many here have predicted would be attempted claimed ... well, let's just say the media is predictable. the comments afterwards show how pathetic the DWFs really are when it comes to the criminal negroes they worship.

    wow. [​IMG]
     
  18. Jimmy Chitwood

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    and now the NFL had an official moment of silence before the Colts-Jaguars came for the "beloved member of the NFL family that was lost today. [​IMG][​IMG]

    just for the record, i made sure toNOT be silent. [​IMG]
     
  19. WHITE NOISE

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    Great retort Dixie. And really with upwards of 300 million people in the United States and thousands dying each day, I could care less if some ghetto thug takes a dirt nap because he was too stupid to hold on while pounding the window from the back of a moving pick up truck.

    Obviously Henry's history clearly shows that he could not control his simian instincts and thank God no one else was injured in his race to hell.
     
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    There are going to be a lot more articles like the one you posted above Jimmy.
     
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    "Obviously Henry's history clearly shows that he could not control his simian instincts and thank God no one else was injured in his race to hell."

    Great line, white noise.

    Roger Goodell says that all teams will take a moment of silence before this weekend's games in remembrance of Chris Henry.

    I still think they're going to look dumber n' hell when the truth comes out about Henry's death and what precipitated it, but have at it, NFL.
     
  22. Taco

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    I agree with you Tom for the reasons you stated.
     
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    This is probably the thing that irritates me the most. Now they are already trying to turn him into a martyr, a role model if you will. This guy was a complete waste of skin. I take no pleasure in the fact that he self destructed. It was inevitable, but it just makes me seethe with anger how they now try to paint him as anything but the out of control criminal thug that he was and continued to be until his death. Just who exactly would this guy be a role model for? He was a career criminal, who managed to not get arrested for a brief period of time. HOORAY! Give the man a ceegar. The fact that he got chance after chance after chance after chance while continuing to be thug speaks loudly about the state of the NFL. When White players who are talented and well behaved can't even get a shot, certain players get blackballed for non violent offenses, yet this thug was recycled because he was black and now he is a martyr. [​IMG]
    It is disgusting how much hold over America that cultural Marxism has. Decent law abiding people are going to be in for a world of hurt one of these days if they don't get their heads out of their butts. The criminals are now lauded over the truly deserving in almost all aspects of our society, unless of course you are "thought" criminal who dares question the appropriate Marxist dogma.Edited by: Bear Backer
     
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    Exactly! I'm so tired of stupid White enablers. He was not turning his rotten life around. He was on cruise control for a little while, that's all.
     
  25. Bart

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    What do you guys think about this Oprahesque article? Have we been too tough on Henry and Woods? We should not judge or condemn, we should try to understand. They were reaching out for help.

    "And maybe, just maybe, what we can learn from all of this is simple: instead of being so quick to judge, perhaps we should be quicker to try to help."

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/311082-tiger-woods-and-chris-henry-what-can-we-learn-from-their-many-failings

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    I look at the two men this way:

    Eldrick Tont "Tiger"Â￾ Woods is a man whose duplicitous actions cried out for attention that he claimed he did not want. There is a stark dichotomy between the public persona that he meticulously fabricated, and the acceptance that he so deeply (and obviously, in retrospect) craved.

    The internal struggle resulting from the need for solitude and control colliding with his silent ache to be understood and approved of created a chasm that engulfed the fabric of his moral being, swallowing it whole.

    Out of that deep, dark abyss, a serial infidel was born. A man who needed therapy more than he needed air to breathe. Blissful ignorance of that fact, and being constantly emboldened by his not being caught, motivated Woods to push the envelope of his depravity until one day he was forced to come to grips with his demons.

    Which is what I think he secretly wanted all along, to be forced to deal with his strife.

    That day has finally come.

    When I consider the life and times of Chris Henry, it is quite plain to me that the young man suffered with a cruel, unrelenting mental (or quite probably emotional) disorder, dissociative in nature, and highly resistant to conformity to societal "norms."

    Here, in his police blotter and in the very public airing of his misdeeds, was a cry for professional help as clear as the newsprint on the magazines that breathlessly regaled us with column inch after column inch of recitations of his truancy.

    Why no one thought to persuade him to seek professional help is beyond me.

    I'm not asking for sympathy for either man, especially not Woods. He is still alive, and very young, so there are myriad opportunities for him to heal his internal battles, seek redemption for his infidelities, and rehabilitate his public image.

    Henry is a bit trickier; he is dead, and has no more opportunities at redemption.

    But we can all keep the families involvedâ€"especially the children, who are 100 percent blameless in either morasseâ€"in our thoughts and prayers (if we believe in some deity to whom we can pray).

    We can temper the words that we transmit over the Web, realizing that we don't know all the facts and have no right to judge, anyway.

    And maybe, just maybe, what we can learn from all of this is simple: instead of being so quick to judge, perhaps we should be quicker to try to help.

    Whether it be in our homes, neighborhoods, or places of work, we all know someone whom we probably label as evil or incorrigible. We call them a**holes, bitches and pricks, or any of a number of other colorful titles. We ridicule and laugh at them behind their backs, and attempt to persuade others to do the same.

    But do we ever bother to wonder why they act the way they do, and what we might be able to do to help them?

    It's too late to help or save Chris Henry, but it's not too late for anyone reading these words right now to reach out to someone else.
     

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