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clement

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don't discriminate against these millionaire guys do you realise how hard it can be to have a message on instagram calling them names :rolleyes:
 

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What exactly makes those black guys English? FTR soccer is like 95% of sports, fun to play excruciating to watch, but that is just my opinion.
 

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As predicted - cries of racism after the three black players blow it during the shootout.
 

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This^^

Big Congratulations to Italy and their team composed of actual Italians! I watched most of their matches and they were consistently the best team in the tournament. Exciting on offense with a good combination of “Spanish ball possession” and the necessary killer instinct that Spain lacked. Their defense was also stellar with the 2 cagey veterans in central defense. The tournament MVP though was rising star Donnarumma who made fantastic save after fantastic save all tournament. He’s an excellent blend of size and instinct. His saves on affirmative action kickers Sancho and Saka was the finest way I could imagine to end the tournament!

A big win for Whites and homogeneous countries and a kick in the teeth to dieversity and BLM kneelers!
 

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Once again, the myth of Negro athletic superiority has been proven wrong.

Had England's coach used his talented white players like Maguire and Kane, his team would very likely have won.

I'm happy for Italy.
 

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Once again, the myth of Negro athletic superiority has been proven wrong.

Had England's coach used his talented white players like Maguire and Kane, his team would very likely have won.

I'm happy for Italy.

Jack Grealish left on bench and Declan Rice constantly taken off and Kalvin Phillips left on .

Southgate is a weasel of a man, and won't win a big tournament.
 

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Colin Liddell's take:

ENGLAND'S MULTIRACIAL POTEMKIN VILLAGE FOOTBALL TEAM FAILS TO ACHIEVE HEROIC PROPAGANDA VICTORY

https://affirmativeright.blogspot.com/2021/07/englands-multiracial-potemkin-village.html

Good to see those on the dissident right criticize the multikulti compositions of many teams and see it for what it is, no more "ultimate meritocracy" prattle.

Colin seems to be awakened on sports and race but even others like Steve Sailer are objecting.
 

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Colin is fully aware of and knowledgeable about the Caste System. He's run a few articles from CF on his site in years past.
 

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Once again, the myth of Negro athletic superiority has been proven wrong.

Had England's coach used his talented white players like Maguire and Kane, his team would very likely have won.

I'm happy for Italy.
I've always maintained it's a myth perpetuated by juws to make white athletes disheartened and fall out of line to make way for supposedly athletically gifted blacks.
 

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Blacks are taught well to always play victim card at every failure instead of owning thier mistakes. They're ridiculously entitled bunch like after missing penalties they started this hoax of racism. Instead of admitting they messed up on penalties.
 

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Blacks are taught well to always play victim card at every failure instead of owning thier mistakes. They're ridiculously entitled bunch like after missing penalties they started this hoax of racism. Instead of admitting they messed up on penalties.

As far as I know, the players who missed *did* receive at least some online abuse which *was* racist. If so, this was wrong.

I've no problem with any of England's black and mixed race players. A number of them, particularly Walker, Philips, and Sterling contributed a lot to England's Euros campaign.

If anything I blame Southgate for his choice of kickers. An NFL coach wouldn't put 43 year old Tom Brady on punt returns, so why would Southgate drop a bunch of young (black) guys who've been picked for their open play speed into a super high pressure situation that requires such mental fortitude?
 
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As far as I know, the players who missed *did* receive at least some online abuse which *was* racist. If so, this was wrong.

I've no problem with any of England's black and mixed race players. A number of them, particularly Walker, Philips, and Sterling contributed a lot to England's Euros campaign.

If anything I blame Southgate for his choice of kickers. An NFL coach wouldn't put 43 year old Tom Brady on punt returns, so why would Southgate drop a bunch of young (black) guys who've been picked for their open play speed into a super high pressure situation that requires such mental fortitude?

If they had received abuse which didn't mention race, would that have made it okay? How about if white players had received abuse? Would that have been fine? Why is abuse only an issue when it's "rayciss"? And who gets to define what is and isn't racist? The leftists, whose definition of "racist" is "anyone who disagrees with me"?

I doubt there was any actual "rayciss" abuse. What probably happened was a bunch of DWF English football hooligans made abusive but non race-related online comments about the players who missed their shots, and the black players turned it into a racism thing, when none actually existed. Do you really think those DWF hooligans wouldn't have made abusive and hateful comments to white players who missed? If anything, it would have been even worse.

You're falling for the (((media))) propaganda and the myth of perpetual black victimhood. It's similar to the situations where a leftist makes hateful and violent comments about conservatives, then the liberal media reports that the leftist has received "death threats," and suddenly the perpetrator who started the whole mess gets to play the victim, while the real victims get the blame.

Also, if you have "no problem" with England's team being full of non-whites, then, and I mean this in the politest possible manner, perhaps this isn't the site for you. Europe is the indigenous homeland of the white race, and European teams should be white, just like African teams should be black and Asian teams should be Asian. espn.com or blackathlete.com may be more to your liking.
 

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If they had received abuse which didn't mention race, would that have made it okay? How about if white players had received abuse? Would that have been fine? Why is abuse only an issue when it's "rayciss"? And who gets to define what is and isn't racist? The leftists, whose definition of "racist" is "anyone who disagrees with me"?

I doubt there was any actual "rayciss" abuse. What probably happened was a bunch of DWF English football hooligans made abusive but non race-related online comments about the players who missed their shots, and the black players turned it into a racism thing, when none actually existed. Do you really think those DWF hooligans wouldn't have made abusive and hateful comments to white players who missed? If anything, it would have been even worse.

You're falling for the (((media))) propaganda and the myth of perpetual black victimhood. It's similar to the situations where a leftist makes hateful and violent comments about conservatives, then the liberal media reports that the leftist has received "death threats," and suddenly the perpetrator who started the whole mess gets to play the victim, while the real victims get the blame.

Also, if you have "no problem" with England's team being full of non-whites, then, and I mean this in the politest possible manner, perhaps this isn't the site for you. Europe is the indigenous homeland of the white race, and European teams should be white, just like African teams should be black and Asian teams should be Asian. espn.com or blackathlete.com may be more to your liking.

Haha, well, with 5 posts in 9 years of membership, 4 of them about Euro 2020, I at least could hardly be accused of 'agenda pushing'!

I suppose I saw this site as somewhere I could very occasionally speak a few race-related truths that are uncomfortable to the mainstream.

Examples might be along the lines of, say, 'black English footballers are bad at penalty kicks', or 'the MSM sometimes goes too far in hyping black quarterbacks', or maybe even something like 'I'm always a little embarrassed by the liberal rush to praise black people for very basic acts of decent citizenship', or 'BLM isn't really applicable to the UK'. I'm increasingly surprised by how few places there are nowadays where you can say this kind of stuff.

Hopefully this site is somewhere where this kind of debate is possible from someone who (hopefully politely) disagrees with the more extreme views on here.

Anyway, I'll crawl back under my stone for now, maybe resurface during the Olympics if there are any particularly interesting racial dynamics at play...
 

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As far as I know, the players who missed *did* receive at least some online abuse which *was* racist. If so, this was wrong.

I've no problem with any of England's black and mixed race players. A number of them, particularly Walker, Philips, and Sterling contributed a lot to England's Euros campaign.

If anything I blame Southgate for his choice of kickers. An NFL coach wouldn't put 43 year old Tom Brady on punt returns, so why would Southgate drop a bunch of young (black) guys who've been picked for their open play speed into a super high pressure situation that requires such mental fortitude?

i'm pretty sure that articles like the ones posted in this thread https://affirmativeright.blogspot.com/2021/07/englands-multiracial-potemkin-village.html would be considered racial abuse
but had those blacks scored those penalties they would have said over and over how it shows that non white immigration makes the UK and european countries better
so they can say that and if you say otherwise it's hatespeech
 

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As far as I know, the players who missed *did* receive at least some online abuse which *was* racist. If so, this was wrong.

I've no problem with any of England's black and mixed race players. A number of them, particularly Walker, Philips, and Sterling contributed a lot to England's Euros campaign.

If anything I blame Southgate for his choice of kickers. An NFL coach wouldn't put 43 year old Tom Brady on punt returns, so why would Southgate drop a bunch of young (black) guys who've been picked for their open play speed into a super high pressure situation that requires such mental fortitude?

You could boil down the whole “anti-racism” campaign to a more general and inclusive “don’t be rude to your opponents” maxim. But that’s not the point, obviously. The primary purpose of “anti-racism” is to prevent any criticism of blacks, who are so often society’s lowest common denominator. This conditions whites subconsciously against even *thinking* taboo things. Logically, when you can’t direct anger at blacks, you have to contort and channel it against whites. This includes everything from blaming black crime on “guns” to hating JJ Redick and Grayson Allen.

As a secondary purpose, “anti-racism” gaslights blacks into an eternal grievance mindset. This creates a dynamic where they believe their battles are fought with the regular whites adjacent to them rather than the globohomo elites above them.

I DO have a problem with England selecting eleven black players to its team because it is demographically false, meritocratically ambivalent (at best), conveniently in-step with social conditioning and white replacement, and categorically anti-nationalist. Sports team allegiances have a hierarchy of tribalism>territorialism>cosmopolitanism. You might have watched this past Super Bowl because it’s a water cooler conversation topic or because Tom Brady is a household name (cosmopolitan). If you’re from Tampa, you might have watched with more enthusiasm to support your local team (territorial). But if you were related to a player in Kansas City, you would have supported your family member in the game (tribal). It is patently ridiculous to think that a player named “Boukayo Saka” represents an Englishman’s tribe or even territory. To put him in the English squad, whether or not you consider it malicious, defrays the concept of nationhood and is inappropriate for an international competition.

As for your extremely tepid take that it is Southgate’s fault for choosing young blacks for the penalties, his motivation has already been determined here by multiple posters. His internal woke programming dictated that he select young black foreigners to be the potential heroes. The only possible “downside”, apart from national disappointment, is the opportunity to immediately shame all whites for “racism.” It’s also not lost on me that you’ve found a way to direct your condescension away from the black players who failed and onto a white scapegoat, just as “anti-racism” dictates.
 

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Haha, well, with 5 posts in 9 years of membership, 4 of them about Euro 2020, I at least could hardly be accused of 'agenda pushing'!

I suppose I saw this site as somewhere I could very occasionally speak a few race-related truths that are uncomfortable to the mainstream.

Examples might be along the lines of, say, 'black English footballers are bad at penalty kicks', or 'the MSM sometimes goes too far in hyping black quarterbacks', or maybe even something like 'I'm always a little embarrassed by the liberal rush to praise black people for very basic acts of decent citizenship', or 'BLM isn't really applicable to the UK'. I'm increasingly surprised by how few places there are nowadays where you can say this kind of stuff.

Hopefully this site is somewhere where this kind of debate is possible from someone who (hopefully politely) disagrees with the more extreme views on here.

Anyway, I'll crawl back under my stone for now, maybe resurface during the Olympics if there are any particularly interesting racial dynamics at play...


It's easy to be "extreme" as an anonymous poster, more difficult to be reasonable. You are quite welcome here, I hope you keep posting.
 

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Fascinating stats on penalties and race by a Vox Day reader:

Your posts about the Euro final and black players not being composed under pressure got me thinking about historical penalty results for England. I went back to the 1996 Euro and compiled the data for their eight shootouts since that tournament.
  • 1996 Euro vs Spain (W)- whites 4/4, blacks N/A
  • 1996 Euro vs Germany (L)- whites 5/6, blacks N/A
  • 1998 WC vs Argentina (L)- whites 3/4, blacks 0/1
  • 2004 Euro vs Portugal (L)- whites 4/5, blacks 1/2
  • 2006 WC vs Portugal (L)- whites 1/4, blacks N/A
  • 2012 Euro vs Italy (L)- whites 2/2, blacks 0/2
  • 2018 WC vs Colombia (W)- whites 3/4, blacks 1/1
  • 2021 Euro vs Italy (L)- whites 2/2, blacks 0/3
Total: whites 24/31 (77%) vs blacks 2/9 (22%)

https://voxday.blogspot.com/2021/07/mailvox-statistics-are-racist.html

Not much of a sample size, but still interesting.
 
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