French black players

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  1. jwhite96

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    The French team is paying a price for worshiping black athletes.

    France's team which has only 3 white out field players in their starting line up are chimping out. Black players are singling out one of the 3 whites Yoann Gourcuff as the scapegoat for the black players' terrible play. Gourcuff is totally ostracized by teammates except by another white starter Jeremy Toulain . When Gourcuff was wide open and could have scored a goal against Mexico, a black teammate refused to pass to him.

    It is similar to college and Pro football. Gourcuff is committing several sins in the eyes of the black French affletes. He is playing striker which is similar to running back. Gourcuff is Breton a French sub ethnic group, one of the 6 Celtic peoples. They are extremely closely related to the Cornish people in Cornwall in England. The racist black (redundant)French players tolerate players who partially white and/or who the best player on team such as Zidane and Frank Ribery. Gourcuff is as white as you can be.

    Frank "Scarface" Ribery is a wigger who converted to Islam and is France's best player. Being a wigger, Ribery is one of the ringleaders in ostracizing Gourcuff ,possibly to prove himself to the brothers.

    At half time of the game with Mexico with the score 0 to 0, the Africans caused the team to self destruct.Their white coach attempted to do what he was hired to do . He was giving advice to Nicholas Anelka an African which resulted in a severe chimp out . Anelka verbally abused his coach in an obscenity filled tirade. It was no coincidence Mexico which isn't a good team IMO, scored 2 goals after the chimp out.

    Holland used to have a similar problem. One of their black players Edgar Davids actually said the Dutch team coach in 2001 had his head up the rectums of the white players too much to be the team's coach. Although the team was extremely talented they didn't even qualify for 2002 WC.Edited by: jwhite96
     
  2. Matra1

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    It's getting better by the day. Nicolas Anelka kicked out of the French team, allegedly for insulting Raymond Domenech.
     
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    The African team which wears French national team uniforms are having a severe ,total chimp out. The Africans are refusing to train or even play the next game. This is what would happen if Toby Gearhart started in place of Adrian Peterson.
     
  5. Jack Lambert

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    I looked up the numbers for France's U21 team, they are more depressing than the national team. They have only 5 whites, 15 blacks, and 1 hispanic.

    This team would do better representing the Congo. There are also two players from Carribean Islands. [​IMG] Here's to watching this team suck for the forseeable future.Edited by: Jack Lambert
     
  6. Europe

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    I wince when I think what the "Irish" team will look like in 15 years. I hear they have towns in Ireland,yes Ireland,that are 50% black. It's mind boggling.

    This is a good blog called The Irish Savant. Some funny stuff.
    Check out some of the other aritcles on the site besides this one.

    The Irish Savant.

    French World Cup DebacleEdited by: Europe
     
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    I've heard that the rural Irish don't like outsiders very much, so if Jamal wanders into the countryside, I hope he gets "pushed into the sea"...

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    Europe from what i've read, theIrishare more worried about all the Eastern Europeans coming in specifically Poles. According to Wikipedia there are around 45,700 blacks in Ireland, 1% of the population.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_people_in_Ireland



    The Irish should be skeptical of outsiders, considering they were under England's harsh rule for decades! More then any other country, Ireland should believe that Ireland is for the Irish. I hope Ireland cuts back on some of the immigration to it's country. I hear Dublin is already becoming the next London..
     
  9. Europe

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    I heard about all the Poles. They are all over England too. But, why should there be any blacks in Ireland? 1% is still 1 out 100 people you meet. I'll bet there were less than 5 blacks total in Ireland in the 70's and that might be pushing it. There are many Muslims in Ireland also from what I hear. They all have to come once a country gets a little wealthy, although the economy has turned bad there as everywhere.

    I also heard the official numbers are much too low. If Ireland wanted more people,they should have said anybody with Irish ancestors can move to Ireland. I would have thought about it. I won't now.

    The EU killed Ireland. Anybody from Africa, the Middle East, who let's say can get into France ,can automatically move to Ireland and there is no stopping them,while Irish Americans can't. The Muslims in France could decide they wanted to take over Ireland and there is no stopping them.Edited by: Europe
     
  10. Lisa D

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    I'm a french girl, so I can speak about that and the infamous stories with "our" soccer team.


    One of the only white player, whose name is Yoann Gourcuff, was ostracized and "mobbed" (bullied)by other players: a few black players and a few muslim players (especially players who converted to islamlike Anelka and Ribéry).
    NeverthelessYoann Gourcuffis very loved in France because he is very nice, humble, good-looking, cultivated,well educated and clever. He is the best soccer player in France andthis young manis the new hope of French soccer (he is considered to be the new Zidane). (and the girls are attracted by him...)

    One of the most famous sport journalist, Pierre Ménès,spoke about the reasons of the eviction of Yoann Gourcuff : "Too polited, too well educated, too "beau gosse" (it means handsome, good-looking), too white" ?(these words are incredible in France because of the Political Correctness in the media).
    Indeed, other players succeeded in obtainingthat he doesn't play against Mexico (and France lost, hahaha).

    We don't know what happened exactly in the team, but the French are getting more and more pieces ofinformation.

    http://www.chezlesgirondins.com/actualites/gourcuff-nouvelle-star-des-bleus/20100709787.html
    « Evra, Gallas, Anelka et Ribery ont surnommé Gourcuff "la Nouvelle Star", nous a confié notre source qui souhaite garder l'anonymat pour des raisons évidentes. Ces quatre joueurs avaient pour rituel de mettre une claque derrière le crâne de Gourcuff à chaque fois qu'il passait devant eux dans l'allée du bus. Un jour, Evra est allé plus loin que d'habitude et Gourcuff a répondu. Alors que le ton montait entre les deux joueurs, A. Diarra s'est interposé et a signifié à Evra que s'il voulait avoir à faire à Gourcuff, il devrait d'abord avoir à faire à lui. Sur ce, Ribery, Gallas et Anelka se sont levés pour montrer leur soutien à Evra, alors que les Bordelais Carrasso et Planus en ont fait de même pour montrer leur soutien à leurs coéquipiers en club. C'était très tendu ».


    If you need a translation: i have tried to translate in your language
    Evra, Gallas, Anelka and Ribéry [black and/or muslims]have nicknamed Yoann Gourcuff "la Nouvelle Star" ["the New Star", it's ironical and not very nice at all]... These players had a ritual, which consisted in slapping Gourcuff every time he passed them in the car. One day, Evra did something worse, and Gourcuff responded to him. The discussion became heated between the two players. The situation was very tense. Ribéry, Gallas and Anelka got up toprove that they supported Evra, whereas A. Diarra, Carrasso and Planus got up toshow they supported Gourcuff.

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    Poor Yoann, you have to be strong to bear rhe "caïds" and the "racailles".[​IMG]Edited by: Lisa D
     
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    Good first post Lisa! [​IMG] And welcome!
     
  12. Lisa D

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    Thank you a lot, dear"lost", for your compliment and your welcome [​IMG]

    I had to confess that it's not easy for me to write on this forum because English is not my mother
    language (recently I passed the First Cambridge Test, I'mstill young...) and I was afraid that the other members laugh at my grammar mistakes.

    Your positive reaction encourage me to continue to be here.
    I think it's important to give you pieces of information about the situation in France, especially about the soccer french team because I know that the media of your country would not speak about these disturbing facts.

    I'mvery surprise to learn that the same problems as France and Europe exist in the USA (discrimination against white people in sport, "affirmative action",...).

    I believed that America was in a better situation, but it's not the case...
     
  13. Europe

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    Lisa D, Do you live in the Paris area? Do the people you know care more about Rugby or Soccer?

    It's 5:30 Sat morning there. You are up early.Edited by: Europe
     
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    Lisa D, welcome to the forum! With the state of French soccer and now the magnificant Christophe Lemaitre, we're glad to have you on-board as someone who can help provide a French perspective on some of these matters. Hopefully you will become a regular contributor around here. [​IMG] Edited by: foobar75
     
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    From what you wrote above, your englishappears to be ingood shape.
     
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    it is easily seen that the parents from henry are from the Carribean and mulllatto and not sub saharan african.
     
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    Yeah, the Africa part was meant to reflect France's international football team.
     
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    Thank you for all these replies. [​IMG]
    I will answer your questions.<?: prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" />

    @Europe.
    I don't live in the <?: prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:smarttags" /><st1:City w:st="on">Paris</st1:City> area, but I live in the east of <st1:country-region w:st="on">France</st1:country-region> (in <st1:place w:st="on"><st1:State w:st="on">Lorraine</st1:State></st1:place>).
    Now a question for you: are you European? (because of your username)

    Yeah, I'm on vacation, so I have flextime and I can choose my schedule! [​IMG][​IMG]

    Your question is very interesting.
    In <st1:country-region w:st="on"><st1:place w:st="on">France</st1:place></st1:country-region>, we speak more often about soccer than rugby, because soccer is more famous and more practiced than rugby. Nevertheless, the situation is changing.
    In fact, rugby has a better image than soccer, especially because of the French team's scandal during the World Cup (people really hate this team and don't feel represented by "their"Â￾ team). According to most of the persons, rugby means on contrary fair play, courage,"¦





    For my part, lots of personsI know care more about rugby.
    In my class, pupils cared about rugby and most of the boys played rugby (in a club), the sport for the real "gentlemen"Â￾.
    Moreover, there is a sort of anti-white discrimination in soccer (in <st1:place w:st="on"><st1:country-region w:st="on">France</st1:country-region></st1:place>). This video proves it.

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    If you have difficulties to understand and if you are interested,I will translate what they say.[​IMG]


    @foobar75
    Your message pleases me a lot and encourages me to continue. Merci beaucoup! [​IMG]


    I hope that too. Thank you for your interest. [​IMG]




    Thank you, BYU76. Actually, my problem is that I can't notice my mistakes, because English is not my mother language, and my first foreign language is German"¦[​IMG]


    From today, can you correct my mistakes, please?
     
  22. Europe

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    Lisa D,

    No, I am not from Europe. I live in the Midwest in the US. You said you live in Lorraine. Does your area have a lot of Muslim immigrants or blacks or is it vast majority French?

    I don't understand what they said. Was that minority former "French" player bashing the white guys?
     
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    Lisa D, it's great to have you on board. Your English seems pretty good to me- so I think your Cambridge language test has taught you well. I was just mentioning in the Christophe Lemaitre forum, that we'd love to see more French posters here. The same goes for women posters... We haven't had a lot of women posters here, but it would be great to have some more knowledgeable women sports' posters (like yourself) here.

    I'm actually a dual citizen of the U.S and Canada, but have lived in Canada most of my life. Many Canadians are bilingual, but my French is very poor. My Catholic grade school didn't start teaching French until 4th grade and it was only 45 minute classes that came too late. I have trouble learning new languages with my auditory processing disorder.

    Every time I've gone to Mont Tremblant or Mont St. Anne to ski, the people are lovely there- even though my French is poor. The same goes for Quebec City. The only place I've encountered occasional rudeness- for my lack of ability in French- is Montreal. It's probably b/c it is so populated they get sick of the tourists that they have to slow down there day for- who don't speak English- there. I think it is a false stereotype that the French are rude to English speaking people except maybe in the very populated French inner Cities. Edited by: ToughJ.Riggins
     
  24. accesscrimea

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    The french football team puzzles me. I watched the under 19's play yesterday and 8 were coal black (not even mixed). Even the goalkeeper was black!

    How has this happened? At least in England the seeminlgy inevitable blackification of the national team has so far been gradual (not that it makes it much better!) but in France it just happened almost overnight. For ever France had a white or mostly white team, then suddenly, around the turn of the century, it turned jet black, has stayed that way since, and looks like its going to stay that way for the forseable future..

    I wonder how many people in france think about this but have no medium to speak about it. (ie - will instantly be called a racist)
     
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    The Dutch it looks like have 9 out of 18 black or North African. The Engish are about half also , with some mixed. I used to think mixed was good,but that means probably black guys with white women and we can't have too much of it.Although I hear in England there are some white guys with black women.

    Look at the pictures in this Euro U19 tourney and you would think it was the African U19. Portugal has 5 out of 18 blacks,even Spain has some sort of mixed player. Croatia looks good.

    African U19 or Euro U19 tourney?
     

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