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Says a lot about 21st century conservatism that perhaps the most anti-White NFL head coach ever as far as roster composition "dares" to make a common sense statement, figuring it's balanced enough that he won't be canceled, and does manage to escape, barely.

At least he tried, it's far better than Jon Gruden making fun of DeMaurice Smith's nose and other juvenile remarks he was accused of emailing. If you're not going to follow the communist party line in a public way or a way that can be made public, do so intelligently and fairly.
 
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If Jack Del Rio is a "conservative" of sorts, it wouldn't be all that unusual for him to favor black players. Del Rio probably thinks black players are just "better" than White ones. There are not a few self-described "conservatives' like this.
 
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Yes, I would say White conservatives for the most part still fawn excessively over Blacks just like White liberals do. It's patronizing and Blacks, having acute racial antennae, effortlessly pick up on it. At least White conservatives mean well, the same can't be said of leftists. But Whites in general are still uncomfortable around Blacks whether they want to acknowledge it or not; it's very obvious and often so awkward.
 
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The NFL in particular seems to be a huge cheerleader for the military going out of their way to have diverse military spectacles before each game. More so than any other sport though even my personal favorite of hockey seems to glorify the military more than they used to before games.

I hadn’t really noticed it until the last couple of years, but once you see it, it’s hard to un-see it.

the nfl is clearly the one of the biggest circuses of the regime and as such there will be huge limits placed on what white coaches and players can say or do.

it’s far more than a sports league. It’s also part of the recruitment propaganda that gets largely southern whites to sacrifice their lives fighting in pointless (from a national security perspective) wars. I’m not from the south, but I live in it now, and you can see that southern whites and blacks both are just pawns albeit used in different ways.

if you view it in this context, a lot of things seem to make more sense.
 

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Del Rio mustered up an apology after being publicly reprimanded by head coach Ron Rivera, who repeated the script verbatim about the peaceful protests over racial injustice, the violent, white supremacist terrorism of the Jan 6 insurgency, the poor dead "murdered" officers (who killed themselves), and on and on. Apparently, he still likes Del Rio privately though, so Black Jack gets to keep his job after paying a $100,000 fine.

Ron Rivera does not believe that nonsense no more than I do, if anyone were to ask him if he believed that nonsense or ask any proof he will either come off as a complete psychopath or moron, but Rivera will survive because now "conservatives" like Clay Travis will make a big outrage production out of this instead of asking him on the show and asking a few simple questions and of course scoffing at Rivera's moronic beliefs if he sticks with the script.
 

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If Jack Del Rio is an "conservative" of sorts, it wouldn't be all that unusual for him to favor black players. Del Rio probably thinks black players are just "better" than White ones. There are not a few self-described "conservatives' like this.

These are the same type of guys that have Fox News on all day and spout lines like “immigration is fine as long as it’s done legally” to prove they’re not racist. Talking about the 13% crime stats with them seems to open up the some eyes. In fact we need a politician to come out and talk openly about the 13% rule. It destroys the lefts narrative of evil white men preying on minorities.
 

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Hard to tell Del Rio's political leanings from his comments. I think he's bewildered and confused like a lot of white people, lurching randomly between self loathing and common sense.
 
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It happens over and over in these situations when someone makes a statement like Del Rio did. Del Rio said something he had to know would outrage the MSM, NFL, etc. But he was unprepared to back it up and made the usual cringing apology. If Del Rio was unwilling to defend what he said, it would have been better to keep his own counsel.
 

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It happens over and over in these situations when someone makes a statement like Del Rio did. Del Rio said something he had to know would outrage the MSM, NFL, etc. But he was unprepared to back it up and made the usual cringing apology. If Del Rio was unwilling to defend what he said, it would have been better to keep his own counsel.

agreed.
 

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I'd rather see someone make a statement and then apologize rather than them saying nothing at all.

At least the truth gets out there.

A forced apology is not a real apology, as far as I'm concerned..
 

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A "forced" apology is never forced unless someone has a gun to your loved one's head. It's wussing out for the realm of the pocketbook or feeling you won't be accepted by peers. It's pathetic.
 

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A "forced" apology is never forced unless someone has a gun to your loved one's head. It's wussing out for the realm of the pocketbook or feeling you won't be accepted by peers. It's pathetic.

Exactly. As long as 99.9% of "conservatives" apologize when the radical left goes on the offensive against them, then the good guys will continue to have almost no representation. Donald Trump taught that lesson, but conservatives remain spineless and cowardly. A new, unapologetic, genuine resistance is needed and is indeed slowly taking shape.
 

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Pathetic that Joe Schobert still remains unsigned, even as a backup. Seems when Jax (namely Urban Blight) decided Joe didn't fit the team's "culture" that it was the beginning of a swift decline and now maybe out of the league altogether even though Schobert is still only 28 years old.
 

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Pathetic that Joe Schobert still remains unsigned, even as a backup. Seems when Jax (namely Urban Blight) decided Joe didn't fit the team's "culture" that it was the beginning of a swift decline and now maybe out of the league altogether even though Schobert is still only 28 years old.

The Pittsburgh drunk fans think MJack is such an upgrade.....The Jags traded Schobert for a pick, yet they cut Jack......Similar pay per year......He’ll get picked up before camp.....This woke league we watch sucks so bad....
 

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Pathetic that Joe Schobert still remains unsigned, even as a backup. Seems when Jax (namely Urban Blight) decided Joe didn't fit the team's "culture" that it was the beginning of a swift decline and now maybe out of the league altogether even though Schobert is still only 28 years old.
Absolutely, Joe Schobert is one of the top 50 linebackers in the league (in my honest opinion, he is top 20) and 100% deserving of a starter’s or at least 2nd string role. The only reason he is unsigned is because he isn’t black. Period.
 

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Schobert is getting screwed. He has another 2-3 years as a starter. Probably another 2 as part time starter. Let's hope for some blown out knees for some Afflete LBs this summer and spring.
 

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Besides our recent discussions about Scotty Miller and Andy Isabella, three more White receivers currently on the NFL scrap heap are Adam Humphries, Cole Beasley and Danny Amendola. All three can still play, and age isn't a valid excuse for Beasley and Amendola as they showed last year they can still get the job done. Beasley remains one of the best slot receivers in the league, super-quick and almost uncoverable.

So while it was nice to see Alec Pierce and Kyle Philips drafted, we may be down as many as five well-known White receivers this year. And it could be a lot more from the fringes of last year's rosters, such as Tom Kennedy, Jake Kumerow, Dan Chisena, Dax Milne, Ben Skowronek, River Cracraft, Austin Proehl, Gehrig Dieter, Cody Thompson, Alex Bachman, Justin Watson and others.
 

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Besides our recent discussions about Scotty Miller and Andy Isabella, three more White receivers currently on the NFL scrap heap are Adam Humphries, Cole Beasley and Danny Amendola. All three can still play, and age isn't a valid excuse for Beasley and Amendola as they showed last year they can still get the job done. Beasley remains one of the best slot receivers in the league, super-quick and almost uncoverable.

So while it was nice to see Alec Pierce and Kyle Philips drafted, we may be down as many as five well-known White receivers this year. And it could be a lot more from the fringes of last year's rosters, such as Tom Kennedy, Jake Kumerow, Dan Chisena, Dax Milne, Ben Skowronek, River Cracraft, Austin Proehl, Gehrig Dieter, Cody Thompson, Alex Bachman, Justin Watson and others.
I think that as I feared last year, when Cole Beasley came out strongly against the vaxxx, that he was going to be blacklisted from the league. The Bills / NFL were wise to let him play out last season, where cutting him would have caused an outrage, but now he can be “caste aside” as is typical for White receivers.

I would put Cole’s chances of ending up on a opening day roster at 5% or less.
 

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The trio mentioned above would help any number of teams. Being a GB homer, I'd love for The Pack to sign one of those overachieving honkeys. Like I said, I hope for numerous Affletes blown out knees once pads get on. One of the only ways our guys can see the field.
 
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The trio mentioned above would help any number of teams. Being a GB homer, I'd love for The Pack to sign one of those overachieving honkeys. Like I said, I hope for numerous Affletes blown out knees once pads get on. One of the only ways our guys can see the field.
Both Beasley and Amendola would fit nicely in the green and yellow!
Beasley is way too good to be forced into retirement already.

Hope all you guys are having a great summer! Waiting for the season to start now
 

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We all had an idea Cole was in trouble. I have a ton of respect for him as a person and player.

Adam should have joined the pats that time.
 
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