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Colin Kaepernick (THE MAN BEHIND THE IRON MASK) a quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers in America's NFL (National Football League) refuses to stand for the national anthem of the United States for the cause of racial JUSTICE - (Mike Morbeck photo)


Many Americans believe they have everything all figured out. The questions are what do they know about racism or do they care? Athlete Coin Kaepernick has the experience to defend his cause not to stand for a racist American national anthem


THE GREATEST, MOHAMMAD ALI HAS PASSED AWAY - The Louisville Lip Hit Hard with his Mouth & His Hands - He was despised in his own country for his refusal to serve in the US military but was adored abroad. He stuck to his principals and eventually won over his detractors. His bold manner was copied giving strength to the weak - (Library of Congress - New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper - photo)


Jackie Robinson of the Brooklyn Dodgers, posed and ready to swing, is the fist black person that was permitted to play on an American professional sports team thus breaking the racist American color line in 1947 - (US-Library Of Congress photo)



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Colin Kaepernick's actions by refusing to stand for America's national anthem served its purpose in reviving the plight of blacks in America being discriminated against. The problem was he was criticized by many black people who he's trying to help. The irony is their objections are misdirected and undeserved


Tuesday, August 30, 2016


While the 70% Zionist Jew controlled mass media has swept the Black Lives Matter movement under the rug it took the bold move of an American athlete to revive and bring the issue back to light.

Current San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick of the NFL (National Football League) refused to stand for America's national anthem. The incident occurred before a preseason game against the Green Bay Packers on August 26, 2016, Kaepernick refused to stand during the playing of the national anthem.

During a post-game interview he was asked why he sat down and stated, "I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder."

"The Star-Spangled Banner" is America's national anthem. Its lyricist Francis Scott Key was a slave owner. Key purchased his first slave in 1800 or 1801, and owned six slaves in 1820. Mostly in the 1830s, Key manumitted (set free) seven slaves, one of whom (Clem Johnson) continued to work for him for wages as his farm's foreman, supervising several slaves.

Over the years lyrics to the song have been adjusted or deleted. Questionable lyrics include:

No refuge could save the hireling and slave

From the terror of flight, or the gloom of the grave:

And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave,

O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave.

Kaepernick's actions served its purpose in reviving the plight of blacks in America being discriminated against. The problem was he was criticized by Rodney Harrison a BLACK NBC television network sports analyst regarding what did Kaepernick know about being black while inferring that Kaepernick wasn't black and couldn't relate to the black experience.

In part given that Kaepernick plays a sport where helmets are worn thus covering their heads and partially their face. To many he could be perceived as a man behind the iron mask. Those that question his lack of blackness is another example of BLACK RACISM with that tired old example of a person not having a dark black complexion therefore are categorized as being unqualified to speak OR CARE ABOUT black peoples issues.

As for being qualified to address the black persons issues Kaepernick is more qualified to address racism than a 100% black person and here's the reason why.

Kaepernick was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Heidi Russo, a 19-year-old woman who was single and destitute at the time. His birth father, an African American, was out of the picture before he was born. Russo placed her son for adoption with Rick and Teresa Kaepernick, a white couple who had two children-son Kyle and daughter Devon-and were looking for a boy after having lost two other sons to heart defects.

Kaepernick became the youngest of their three children. He lived in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, until age four, and attended grade school in Turlock, California.

Being mixed race he could qualify as a man without a nationality. It's that history that more than qualifies Kaepernick to address the plight of the black American since he has experienced both sides of the issue by having both the back and white perspectives and most likely had experienced racism from both sides from blacks and whites. A fully black person, given their more constricted life experience, can only relate to one side of the issue.

Kaepernick should be applauded for being brave enough to take a stand regarding the degradation of black people by the largely racist American population which is being brought to light with their embarrassing presidential race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Kaepernick bypassed the self censorship of the issue by the 70% Zionist Jew controlled media by creating the controversy. His stance is so controversial that his story has been reported on by news organizations around the world including countries where American football is not played. Russia's RT News reported the story as well as the BBC that is televised internationally.

It takes courage for an individual to take a stand that is in opposition to what is considered to be politically correct. Black and white athletes have criticized Kaepernick but the question is do they have the courage to do what he did for a cause and not be afraid what people think? The answer is THEY DON'T.

During the recent passing of Muhammad Ali the fighter was praised and being a great human being. What was ignored is the torment he endured when he refused to serve in the US military and go to Vietnam and kill Vietnamese people in an ILLEGAL AMERICAN INVASION.

Ali refused given his stance against war and killing people. He also pointed out that no Vietnamese person CALLED HIM NIGGER.

Ali refused to participate in what resulted in over 3 MILLION Vietnamese citizens being murdered including innocent women and children that took place in the MY LAI MASSACRE. There were roughly only 35,000 American deaths which they repeatedly cry about to this day. That translates into America being a nation of invaders, murderers and racists.

The result is Ali was strong enough to take the hatred targeted at him by racist American's. He was their NIGGER. His actions resulted in his being banned from boxing for three years during the prime of his career.

Although he had a successful career upon his reinstatement he was not as sharp a boxer as he was before he was punished by the American government during the Lyndon Johnson administration.

At the outset of the Vietnam War it was projected to cost $80 billion but eventually totaled more than $200 billion. It was money and lives wasted simply to kill people and exemplify power in the name of democracy while Ali was put in the position of not being able to earn a living.

When you look back on the racist history of America it's within reason to question why any person of color should support a government that DOESN'T SUPPORT THEM.

Some blacks that support the so called American values have stated look how far we've come, look what we have achieved. This perspective comes from the black that have jobs, success & money and not from the black HAVE NOTS many of whom are being slaughtered by police.

It raises the question why should the black that have be boasting about how far they've come when based on American values that all men were supposed to be CREATED EQUAL? Something is wrong with that picture.

When you consider that blacks were segregated in the American military after committing to fight for their country it brings to mind and raises the question… what is America really all about.

The current president of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte pointed out that why should he be criticized for killing drug dealers in his country when the POLICE ARE KILLING (INNOCENT) BLACKS IN AMERICA. He has a point.

Jackie Robinson is the fist black person that was permitted to play on professional sports teams in 1947. On April 15, 1947, Robinson made his major league debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers at the relatively advanced age of 28 at Ebbets Field before a crowd of 26,623 spectators, including more than 14,000 black patrons. Robinson's major league debut brought an end to approximately sixty years of segregation in professional baseball, known as the baseball color line.

The irony is that the American government supported Jews to invade, murder and steal Palestinian land and businesses before they permitted their own citizens to have the rights of white Americans.

Since Robinson broke America's color barrier the NBA and NFL teams are largely dominated by employing black athletes. They have the power to join Kaepernick in making changes in the shortcomings of the American government and its prejudice against their people of color.

Robinson is a pioneer in experiencing the racist attitudes of the American government. In 1942, Robinson was drafted and assigned to a segregated Army cavalry unit in Fort Riley, Kansas.

An event on July 6, 1944 derailed Robinson's military career. While awaiting results of hospital tests on the ankle he had injured in junior college, Robinson boarded an Army bus with a fellow officer's wife; although the Army had commissioned its own unsegregated bus line, the bus driver ordered Robinson to move to the back of the bus. Robinson refused. The driver backed down, but after reaching the end of the line, summoned the military police, who took Robinson into custody.

When Robinson later confronted the investigating duty officer about racist questioning by the officer and his assistant, the officer recommended Robinson be court-martialed.

After Robinson's commander in the 761st, Paul L. Bates, refused to authorize the legal action, Robinson was summarily transferred to the 758th Battalion-where the commander quickly consented to charge Robinson with multiple offenses, including, among other charges, public drunkenness, even though Robinson did not drink.

What is most infuriating is the fact that the American government supported rouge, racist, murdering Jews before they permitted their own black citizens to play professional sports or be permitted to go to schools in their segregated southern states.

The integration of American schools in the south took almost a decade to be passed by law and almost two decades to be fully implemented after Robinson broke the prejudiced sports color line.

Basically given the history of their actions, the American government is not deserving of respect and KAEPERNICK IS SPOT ON.


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