Hall of Famer
- Feb 13, 2011
Wrong! Blacks have nothing to do with your child when he's 8,9, 10, etc. years old and he's coming up playing football, baseball, track etc. The child at that age has to determine how much he wants it in most cases. Too many white parents let their kids sit around doing basically nothing or worshiping others on video games. Now, sometimes when you get to the HS or college level a white coach can keep white talent from playing certain positions. However, if the child has worked and trained up to that point, he can prove his ability and make in the RB position. I know from experience.It's not a point of working hard. With blacks, whenever they go into something they set up areas that they think become theirs, whether it be the lowly jobs in a hospital, lowly jobs on construction sites (flagmen), and in the NFL, WR, RB, DB, most LB's, etc. If a white attempts to gain access to any of these fields, the blacks will sabotage his efforts - not blocking, committing fouls, hurting him, etc. Obviously, the coaches know this and rarely try and go against this defacto black dominance of the team.
Most people here at CF know that I raised an ALL STATE RB!
I don't know much, but I along with my sons HARD WORK got him there, until a devastating knee injury side tracked his career.