My 1002nd post!

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I originally intended this to be my 1000th post, but I unwittingly responded to two other threads and got up to 1,001. Either way, I still wanted to commemorate the occasion for reaching this milestone.

Caste football is the only website I have been visiting for this long. Back in 2006, I was really getting into college football. At one of the games I went to, I was actually shocked by the number of white receivers that warmed up before the game, but didn't actually get any playing time. In fact, there were probably only 3 black receivers suited up for the game and 2 started while the other rotated in. There was only 1 white receiver who rotated in, about about 5 who probably only got in on special teams if at all. These were probably walk-ons. Then I noticed that the team my school was playing (these were big time college football programs), and I noticed how they had several white receivers, at at times whites would be 10 of the 11 offensive spots on the field. Prior to that, though I didn't have a strong belief in it, I assumed blacks were better receivers and running backs, and that whites were better at O-line, QB, and some of the defensive spots. I never believed blacks were superior athletically, just that for some reason they were better at certain positions.
That's when I started to google search for white WRs, RBs and corners. Which led me to this site. I lurked for a while, interested mostly in the posts that debated the reasons for the lack of white athletes at these positions, and especially in posts which described white RBs that had steller careers, but were overlooked, like John Dergo:

You can spend a lot of time being indignant about a system that ignores the talents of a high school running back who has rushed for 2,801 yards and scored a state-record-tying 51 touchdowns this season. You can spend a lot of time wondering how college recruiters could be so thick-headed as to ignore a kid who ran for 366 yards, scored three touchdowns and intercepted two passes in a state playoff game two weeks ago against Joliet Catholic, which was ranked No. 1 in the state and No. 4 in the nation at the time.

He stands 6 feet and plays football at 187 pounds, runs a 4.5-second 40-yard dash and has a 4.8 grade-point average on a 5.0 scale. But whatever it is that college recruiters want, he apparently doesn't have it.

Dergo ended up receiving an athletic scholarship on the wrestling team at the University of Illinois, as he was an undefeated state champion. Which leads me to wonder how many other stellar high school athletes who had everything coaches are supposedly looking for, are either playing FCS, D2, D3, NAIA or are D1 in another sport, or like Hunter Furr, lingering away on a FBS bench? How many other high school running backs had their hometown crowds riled up on Friday nights, have their pictures hung on the wall of the local delis, but have now graduated college, working 9-5 or maybe even working at that hometown deli, when black athletes of similar or even lesser accomplishments went on to play in front of crowds of 100k plus, and were given a free four year job training program and exposure to the NFL?

This leads me to where we come in here at Caste Football. Dergo was in high school just as CF was launched, and barely known even to those interested. Coinciding with the rise of CF has been the proliferation of the supposed importance of the star rating system used by Scouts inc., ESPN, and Rivals:

Nevertheless, too many college football consumers treat the star rankings as if they are the holy writ instead of somebody's guessing game.

Which is why, when it comes to college football recruiting, if all you see are stars then you will often miss the real picture.


Caste Football has served well as an outlet, a free-speech zone if you will, were we can speak our voice to each other without fear of reprimand or social repercussions. The time is nigh that we take it to the next level. As others and I have suggested, we need put on our helmet, button our strap, and get in the game of activism.

First, we need to identify what we want. I'm pretty sure all of us want to see white representation in college football and basketball, NBA, NFL, and sprinting to increase. Furthermore, we want to see more white representation among wide receivers, running backs, and all defensive positions, but especially cornerback. We also want to dismiss the false notion of innate black athletic superiority (IBAS), and the converse notion of innate white athletic inferior (IWAI). The belief in IBAS/IWAI, combined, I call FRAB-False Racial Athletic Beliefs.

If FRAB were decreased, white participation in the aforementioned sports would increase, and as those increased FRAB, otherwise known as Bowden Syndrome, would further decrease.

There are two ways we can both decrease FRAB, and increase white participation. Both involve leading people to the CF blog and discussion forum. The first way is for our talented writers to churn out articles both highlighting the accomplishments of white athletes, as well as the pitfalls that white athletes face, which is the caste system. That is in process and I hope it continues, with fresh relevant articles that often generate comments in the triple digits.

The second way is to arm up and engage in guerrilla information warfare. This is done having a rapid response team here that will comment on relevant articles outside Caste Football where DWFs may be making erroneous comments. This is also done by leaving Caste Football calling cards so to speak.

Leaving the calling cards can be done in three ways. One is to purchase the official Caste Football business cards .

white lighting: Come on people. I know times are tough but this place is home. Don Wassall is the man responsible for this site. Imagine how we would all feel if it shut down. Don provides the funding out of his own pocket. Buying cards and also donations are what is needed to continue to fight the castesystem. It is some of the best money that you could ever donate. We are making a difference slowly but surely.

Please guys. Help out the site. Thanks.​

If too many business cards get ordered, than let's get our own made and leave them wherever possible. Assume a certain percentage of the cards will be destroyed, and hope that one in ten who gets their hands on them will be moved to check out the site. Every mention, every utterance of Caste Football has its purpose. There might be some people who have to hear about CF a hundred times before they come.

The other way to leave calling cards is to do so on the internet. Every chance I get to comment on FRAB internet posts, I make sure to leave a link (which are usually allowed) to Caste Football. The more often this floats out in cyberspace, the more people who will come over and change their beliefs, and then more people who will go on informing others. We can always anonymously sign up, leave the comments with the link to Caste Football. We can even go on craigslist in different cities and create posts with links to Caste Football, and even have days where several of us engage in a link bomb, much like what Council of Conservative Citizens did on New Years Day.

I never believed it took 10% of the population to believe something for a change to be made. I felt that you only needed 10% of the people to do believe to actually step up and continually do something on behalf of those beliefs, and then society will change. As Margaret Mead said:

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.

Lastly, I saw a great idea at Unamusement Park which we can expropriate for our own purposes. The blogger has created a series of pro-white or otherwise informative fliers that are easy to print out, with pertinent information both alerting people of black crime, and encouraging people to be proud of their ethnic white identity. We can come up with our own fliers that either explain white discrimination in sports with situations like John Dergo, or even Danny Woodhead who didn't even get invited to the NFL combine, as well as the accomplishments of white athletes. A link can be placed on the bottom. We can then print out hundreds of these fliers in low-ink, which still look good, and place them in free-newspaper inserts, on seats of busses at universities on game-day, car windshields at sports events, university bulletin boards, or even tape them on the inside of bathroom stalls at sports bars and sports events. If you are afraid of being seen, just stick to the more clandestine stuff. Expect a lot of the stuff to be thrown away, but that you WILL indeed reach a number of people. I will work on make a prototype flier.


If we do this, we can and will make a difference. Although it's hard to quantify, I believe we already have.

Thanks to all those who post with great information here, and who have already had discussions on the internet, with friends, family, and DWFs. Even if they didn't believe you at the time, it surely gave them something to think about. Who knows when someone might join our side of the fence.

Thanks to Don Wassall for keeping this site up, as well as to the other admins and long-time posters who keep this site fresh and interesting. I am the eternal optimist and always feel that we will at least get back to a late 60s/early 70s level of white athletes in NFL, NBA, college football and basketball, and sprinting. I feel that a lot of bad, twisted, logically falacious, and self-destructive ideologies have been believed and allowed to persist throughout human history. I believe that ultimately, the light will shine through and expose what's wrong, and that nature and society has a way of correcting the things that went wrong. I believe Wes Welker's success from 2007-present has done considerable damage to the caste system, as has Toby Gerhart's 2009 Heisman worthy season at Stanford, and Peyton Hillis' rise as a star running back in an age when the concept of a white primary ball-carrier had disappeared years earlier.

I look forward to many others reaching this milestone, and I myself look forward to joining the ultra-elite at some point and hit the 10,000 post mark!
 

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Great post! Congrats on reaching 1000, they certainly have been high quality posts too.

I hope anyone who chooses to become active in one of the ways mentioned above also relates their story here for all of us to enjoy.
 

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Ditto to what jaxvid wrote, Electric Slide! Some great ideas to spread awareness and grow CF!
 

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Congrats on reaching that milestone. I'm creeping there myself.

Excellent post and some great ideas as well. I think the flier idea is terrific and would distribute some if or when they are created.
 

white lightning

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I here by nominate electricslide for MVP of the month for castefooball. Congrats on your 1000+ posts. I love your creativeness and your enthusiasm for our cause. Whites are discriminated against in sports but also in most areas of life. Whites have acheived more than all of the other ethincities put together yet we are the most hated people on earth. Sports is essential to the survival of our race. Todays kids and future generations need heros to look up to both on and off the playing field.

With football season now here, I have an idea. If we can just get 5 to 10 posters here to pass out cards at their home football games. Or you can just put the cards under the windshield wipers. This can really help to generate alot more web traffic. To see where this site has come from is so exciting. I remember when me, Don and a couple of others use to just talk to ourselves. We never gave up the belief that others would someday come. I can't wait to see where we are at in a decade from now. I hope all of the loyal posters remain and that we find thousands of new posters. Keep up the great work electricslide. I still say that one of these days we need to have a big meet up in Las Vegas. That would be so much fun.:pop2:
 

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Great post, Electric Slide! I enjoy your optimism and your commitment to activism.
 

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thanks for sharing such an excellent post, Electric Slide. i've enjoyed being able to share a part of your journey here at Caste Football, and may we all reach that happy place you envision ... or somewhere even better! cheers, mate.
 
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Thanks for the props guys. I am happy to make contributions to this site, whatever they amount to. I will get to work on the prototype flier which I will distribute, disply, and disseminate in secret of course. I was thinking some like "What happened to all the other Danny Woodhead's and Peyton Hillis'? castefootball.us with maybe a picture of both guys. I start working on it and get it up when it's done. Hopefully other people can make fliers and offer ideas of where/when to display them. Here are some ideas on it from unamusement park:
  1. Leave them at people’s houses (it’s against the law to use the mailbox). Do it on the other side of town if you have to.
  2. Tape, staple, or glue them in public places. That includes bathrooms. Do it in the dead of night if you must.
  3. Pin them up on bulletin boards. College campuses are full of them. Again: dead of night, other side of town, wearing a wig and false mustache… whatever you gotta do, man.
  4. Put them between the pages of free newspapers and magazines. College campuses are full of those too. They are also full of hot white girls, but DO NOT BE DISTRACTED by their nice-smelling hair and stretchy pants and curvy bits and other things. There will be plenty of time for those after you finish distributing your flyers.
  5. Leave them on seats: buses, coffee shops, libraries, classrooms, auditoriums — anywhere someone is likely to sit and read. (A roller coaster is a poor choice, even at the most literate of county fairs.)
  6. If you do leave flyers in a classroom or auditorium, make sure one ends up on the podium or wherever the lecturer is most likely to see it. If she does, and she likes it: good. If she does, and she hates it: even better. Nothing piques an audience’s interest quite like the speaker spontaneously denouncing something, especially if she’s an authority figure. This is something the thoughtcrime enforcers at “human rights†commissions have always failed to grasp.
  7. As a last resort, or in conjunction with other distribution methods, you can just link them on websites. Lots and lots of websites. News sites, forums, Facebook, Twitter — I don’t know, whatever the kids are using these days.
 

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"curvy bits" ha ha! Classic!
 

white lightning

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I love the curvy bits myself. Always have since I was in kindegarten. I used to get away with grabbing them but now I get slapped when I try. :biggrin:
 

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ES, congratulations partner! :icon_grin: You're a valued contributor to Caste Football....one of the best websites of all time! :biggrin:
 

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For all the excitement over the site rebuild, there are virtually no articles being written, and almost no one commenting except for jaxvid and Col. Reb. Only the Angry White Fan is keeping the new homepage from being barren. I know it's hard to shake old habits, but we need far more activism to make the homepage a daily must-stop read for supporters, opponents, and fence straddlers.
 
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