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In Super Bowl XLVII against the Baltimore Ravens. Colin Kaepernick threw for a touchdown and ran for another, but the 49ers lost by a score of 34-31 but he can't get a job. NFL players have commented that they believe Kaepernick is being blackballed.


Artist Fabian Williams painted a mural on a building in Atlanta Georgia as a tribute to Colin Kaepernick that was demolished two days before the Super Bowl - (screen shot)


Following the demolition of the mural Williams reached out for help to paint seven replacement murals and artists responded to get the job done within two days - (screen shot)


American fans make an objection to Colin Kaepernick's protest against racism - (PBS News Hour - Screen Shot photo)



49ers teammates joined Kaepernick's kneel for equality - (PBS News Hour - Screen Shot photo)



Since San Francisco 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for America's national anthem he has had his life threatened, been criticized and received support and criticism from fellow professional athletes and he continues to TAKE A KNEE AGAINST RACIAL INJUSTICE




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By the NFL's actions it is OK to murder someone but unforgivable to protest racism and racial inequality. The Colin Kaepernick anti racism story has been largely ignored by the league and the 70% Zionist controlled main stream media that are apparently focusing on supporting the CIA agendas of creating wars


Sunday, February 10, 2019


In 1955 Rosa Parks, a black woman, wouldn't sit in the back of the bus in Alabama which at that time was basically the WHITE LAW she refused. That act flared up to be instrumental in the movement to eliminate racist laws in the United States.

Then racist laws included that black children couldn't attend the same schools as whites. People of color were not permitted to use bathrooms designated for whites only. It wasn't long after a time when blacks couldn't fight with whites AND DIE on the battlefield in wars to defend their RACIST AMERICAN FLAG with their fellow white soldiers.

The irony is the US Government committed to save white foreigner Jews while they ignored and treated their own black citizens equally as noted in their (for whites only) Declaration of Independence.

Sixty-five years on a biracial football player decided to not stand for the US anthem and salute the flag prior to the start of the game. That act was deemed inappropriate and dishonoring the flag.

The point was then San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was protesting for equal justice as American police were killing unarmed people of color at an alarming rate. Those murdered didn't commit a crime; their crime was THEY WERE BLACK.

A firestorm of controversy followed as the 70% Zionist controlled main stream media jumped on the story and demonized the player. Other NFL players joined in and supported by also taking a knee during the national anthem and not saluting the flag.

Racist US president Donald Trump chimed in and said, "Fire the bastards." That sentiment was supported by a large percentage of racist Americans.

Kaepernick is biracial. He was born in 1987 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Heidi Russo, a 19-year-old Caucasian woman. His birth father was African-American.

The reality is that 75% of the National Football League (NFL) players ARE BLACK. If they stuck together and all refused to stand to salute the racist meaning flag THE LEAGUE COULD SHUT DOWN due to lack of talent. Ironically during the 50's many teams did not have ANY BLACK PLAYERS. The team whose home is in the nation's capitol, Washington D.C., was the last team in the league to hire a black player.

Kaepernick was regarded a good, solid player. The 2012 season was his breakout year. After replacing injured Alex Smith he led the 49ers to an 11-4-1 record and a berth in the NFL playoffs.

In his first career postseason start, against the Green Bay Packers, Kaepernick had 263 passing yards, two passing touchdowns, one interception and 181 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns as the 49ers defeated the Packers 45-31.

With his performance, he set an NFL single-game record for most rushing yards by a quarterback with 181, breaking Michael Vick's record of 173 in a 2002 regular season game.

He also broke the 49ers postseason rushing record, regardless of position and joined Jay Cutler and Otto Graham in both as the only players in NFL history to run for two touchdowns and pass for two others in a playoff game.

In the NFC Championship game, the 49ers defeated the Atlanta Falcons 28-24 with Kaepernick completing 16-of-21 passes for 233 yards and one touchdown. The team advanced to Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans against the Baltimore Ravens. Kaepernick threw for a touchdown and ran for another, but the 49ers fell behind early and could not come back, losing by a score of 31-34.

Due to injuries and coaching changes Kaepernick's productivity declined and controversy exploded.

2013 season

In the NFC Championship Game, against eventual Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks, Kaepernick had 153 passing yards, one passing touchdown, two interceptions and rushed for 130 yards as the 49ers lost to the Seahawks 17-23, ending the 49ers' season and attempt to return to the Super Bowl.

2014 season

On June 4, Kaepernick signed a six-year contract extension with the 49ers, worth up to $126 million, including $54 million in potential guarantees, and $13 million fully guaranteed. The team finished with an 8-8 record.

2015 season

In 2015, Kaepernick struggled under new head coach Jim Tomsula. A day after a 27-6 collapse at St. Louis in Week 8, Kaepernick lost his starting job to backup Blaine Gabbert for Week 9 against Atlanta. With Gabbert starting as their new quarterback, the 49ers narrowly won 17-16. On November 21, the 49ers announced that Kaepernick would miss the rest of the season because of an injured left shoulder that required surgery. He ended the season with 1,615 yards passing, six passing touchdowns, five interceptions and 256 rushing yards with one rushing touchdown in nine games.

2016 season

For the 2016 NFL season, Kaepernick played twelve games and ended the season with 2,241 passing yards, sixteen passing touchdowns, four interceptions and added 468 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns.

On March 3, 2017, Kaepernick officially opted out of his contract with the 49ers, an option as part of his restructured contract, therefore making him a free agent at the start of the 2017 league year.

NFL owners criticized Kaepernick for his taking a knee in protest and bringing attention to the inequality that exists in America. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was the most vocal by threatening his players to stand for the flag. The Cowboys have been referred to as America's team.

It is believed that Kaepernick has been blackballed by the league. Teams have had needs for a quarterback due to injures or inadequate performances. Currently the 31-year-old athlete is suing the league.

This past season there were fewer players taking a knee in support of Kaepernick BUT he is being revered as a man that stands for something and has principals. He is sacrificing his career for a purpose and is unbending in maintaining his values.

Players have commented that they believe Kaepernick is being blackballed. They have pointed out that teams are signing players that don't have Kaepernick's talent. The Washington Redskins and Arizona Cardinals are prime examples. They ignored rectifying their needs and suffered with losing seasons and losing fan support.

Fan support is the primary issue that if a team signed Kaepernick that they would lose a large portion of fan support. If a team signed him the belief is that the controversy would be a distraction and create more problems that teams don't want to deal with. One opinion is that his cause is creating a racial divide.

Kaepernick's strength and purpose was recognized weeks leading up to this seasons Super Bowl. Artist Fabian Williams had previously painted a mural on a building in tribute to Kaepernick. Williams feels that the athlete should be recognized and respected in the realm of Martin Luther King.

The building that Williams' mural had graced on its wall was torn down February 1st, just two days before the game. Williams then put the word out that he wanted to paint 7 more murals on buildings and needed help. He received permission by the buildings owners, artists came to his aid and task came to fruition. Williams noted that the seven murals are in tribute to Kaepernick's jersey number which was 7. Also, seven is the divine number, that is god's number he noted.

Williams said of Kaepernick that "This man has given up his livelihood to say that our lives matter. He stands for righteousness, he stands for civil rights, he stands for equality, [and] I wanted to make a response because of the timing of the Super Bowl today. The man has given up his livelihood to say that our (black) lives matter, that my boys that look like me and my daughters that come from me (matter)… he needs to be respected just like anybody else. We've got to hold that man up

The twist was the apparent conspiracy to ignore Kaepernick and his cause was ignored by the 70% Zionist owned main stream media whose main focus was to start a war in Venezuela.

We caught a glimpse of the Kaepernick mural story on an international news channel resulting in our search for the story on You Tube. That is where several videos can be found and are a WORTH WATCH. PBS presented the most in depth report while apparent local Atlanta media also covered the story.

What is becoming a force is the lack of transparency in truth telling stories in the main stream media. The result is it forces those with a need to know to go to the Internet and dig in and search. The information is there.

When you consider that a black CNN talk show host who was a former adviser to former US president Barack Obama criticized Kaepernick, it's easy to see the motivation and denial of the CNN host's own races' problems. The twist is he selectively uses some racist examples to enhance his opinions on his The Citizen show to apparently further his own political ambitions. Unlike Kaepernick, he lacks the balls to TAKE A STAND.

When you hear Jim Brown, who is recognized as the greatest running back ever, say without pointing a finger at Kaepernick, that an athlete must respect the flag but that his racist friend president Trump takes his calls one can surmise something is wrong with this picture of selective opinion.

When you consider that a former great NFL player went to prison for MURDERING an individual but was permitted to return to the league after he was released from incarceration, it raises questions. That player also was elected to the NFL Hall of Fame.

When you consider that to the league MURDER IS OK but protesting police brutality toward people of color it reasonable to derive from that… SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE.

Is this a case that those who criticize Kaepernick contribute to the racist problem by backing away from the topic to satisfy their own professional self interests? That decision is up to you but keep in mind that Kaepernick is putting himself on the cross of scrutiny for a purpose for his people NOT FOR HIMSELF.

This season fewer players have kneeled or voice their support. Consequentially the players have been made geldings by the league and its owners. Fans opposing the protest are making more noise than the players. The Zionist controlled main stream media have largely ignored the subject and are focusing on promoting wars and CIA agendas.

Following Kaepernick's taking a knee he also donated $1 million to causes to fight inequality. According to Celebrity Net Worth his wealth is $20 million but his future earnings have been cut short by his stand against racism.

San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich recalled how Olympians Tommie Smith and John Carlos are now celebrated despite being vilified after their civil rights protest during the 1968 Mexico City Games. Popovich also recalled sports icon Muhammad Ali being heralded long after being vilified for fighting for his human rights.

In time, Popovich believes former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick will be revered instead of vilified for fighting for social justice. "He was very courageous in what he did," Popovich said of Kaepernick.


A sidebar to this search is an old acquaintance appeared. We often wondered what happened to him and found a great interview on You Tube about him. His name is David Lee Roth the lead singer of Van Halen band. That story we'll reveal in our next Entertainment Beat column. Be informed… it's a healthy choice. Cheers…

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