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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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Although American football player Colin Kaepernick's protest against the ruthless police murders of innocent unarmed black men has gained support and momentum as other athletes have supported him and his cause. The problem is that police murders of innocent black men continue


Wednesday, September 28, 2016


A month after 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.

Other football players in the National Football League have show their support for Kaepernick by either kneeling when the anthem is being played or standing and locking their arms together in unity.

The athletes protest against the inconceivable police shooting of unarmed black citizens failed to be a factor. Since the protest began two more black men were murdered by police in Charlotte, North Carolina and Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Last week on Tuesday afternoon, a Charlotte police officer shot and killed Keith Lamont Scott, who is black, in an apartment complex parking lot about 15 minutes away from Bank of America Stadium the field where the NFL's Carolina Panthers play.

The police said Scott exited his vehicle carrying a gun. Scott's family said he was unarmed and sitting in his car reading a book while waiting for his son to come home from school.

Protests involving hundreds on Tuesday and Wednesday night turned to violence.

In Tulsa, a white female police officer shot and killed an unarmed black man. After several days it was reported that the officer will be charged with murder.

These incidents highlight the cause of Kaepernick of the racism and unfairness of how blacks and people of color have been treated in America.

Protests include the Santa Clara police (aka villains) threatened Kaepernick's team the 49ers, that they would not give the team protection at their games in defiance of the player's protest.

NBA players LeBron James and Klay Thompson support Kaepernick but say they will salute the American flag during the playing of the national anthem.

"I'm all in favor of anyone, athlete or non-athlete, being able to express what they believe in a peaceful manner and that's exactly what Colin Kaepernick is doing and I respect that," James said. "When I'm passionate about something I'll speak up on it, so me standing for the national anthem is something I will do. That's who I am, that's what I believe in. But that doesn't mean I don't respect and don't agree with what Colin Kaepernick is doing."

"What Colin's doing it's amazing because he's backing up what he's representing," Thompson said. "He's not just going off and seeking the spotlight or looking for attention, he's really trying to make a change. It's very honorable."

Former NFL player and coach Mike Ditka doesn't agree with Kaepernick's protest, "I think it's a problem ... anybody who disrespects this country and the flag," Ditka, currently an ESPN analyst, said during a radio interview Friday. "If they don't like the country they don't like our flag ... get the hell out."

"I have no respect for Colin Kaepernick -- he probably has no respect for me, that's his choice," he added. "My choice is, I like this country, I respect our flag, and I don't see all the atrocities going on in this country that people say are going on."

It's narrow mindedness and tunnel vision like Ditka's that is the root cause of the problem. It's an attitude that prevails throughout America where they can't see both sides of the racism issue or don't care.

What this boils down to is the actions, criticism and threats prove Kaepernick's case of the racist bias that exists in America. The 70% Zionist controlled media have ignored Kaepernick's message, they choose to slay the messenger and portray him as a bad guy.

Basically many in the media are of the mindset that Kaepernick and others that are protesting for should EAT SHIT AND DIE or deal with it. They speak of Kaepernick with a tone of indignation.

In fairness they do occasionally mention his cause but move on and focus on slaying… him. CNN prefers to have a panel of biased, supposedly journalists, scrutinize his behavior.

When the riots began in Charlotte CNN reported that the officer that shot the black man was also black. It was later revealed that this was another case of CNN presenting misinformation. The white officer was placed on paid leave.

When I had a band the brother-in-law of my keyboard player was a policeman. He was taking a night class in social studies at a University. He explained that the purpose of the class was so he could explain to a nigger why he was bashing his head in. That policeman died young when he was in his late 30's. You could chalk that up to bad karma serving justice.

When I was traveling through Western Europe fellow travelers advised me not to tell local people in nations I visited that I was from America because they hated the USA. This took place during the mid 70's.

At that time when I visited Florence, Italy I was bargaining for a Florentine bag with a vendor. He became annoyed because I wanted to pay less than what he wanted and blurted out that the only two Americans that were worth anything was Muhammad Ali and (human rights activist) Angela Davis.

The reality was I only had a small amount of Lira since I was catching the train in a couple of hours and when I visit a country I change a small amount of money for short stays such as this.

What shocked me was he was identifying with two ostracized African Americans in a positive manner as if they were the standard of what American SHOULD STAND FOR. What he did do was IDENTIFY RIGHT FROM WRONG.

The US government said Ali couldn't fight until he was sentenced which was said to be a 5 year jail term that was eventually overturned but cost him 3 prime years of his career.

Davis was an assistant professor at California University who was a member of the Black Panthers who were activists fighting for equal rights. Both of these situations occurred a HALF CENTURY AGO.

The point being is the stand that NFL (National Football League) player Colin Kaepernick is taking by not standing for America's national anthem because he want's to bring attention to how poorly minorities are treated.


The 70% controlled Zionist main stream western media such as CNN that choose to focus on the messenger, Kaepernick and not his message of doing away with racism are, y their actions, making Kaepernick's message ring louder.

More in the public are coming to understand not only by how brave he is to make such a stand but he is risking a career that makes him $12 million dollars a year. Many of his supporters have also suffered from America's racist ways.

Kaepernick's indignation came about after Baton Rouge, Louisiana police murdered an unarmed black man last month. It was another case of a black man being murdered by police although he was doing NOTHING WRONG. He pleaded for his life as the police jumped on him and then shot him. No police officer has been charged with the crime and the 70 Zionist controlled media has failed to follow up on that story.

Kaepernick is unwavering and strong in his position. He is putting his money where his mouth is and has stated that he will donate $1 million to organizations to fight racism.

One side note is the composer of America's national anthem, Francis Scott Key, was a slave owner but that important point has not been mentioned by the Zionist's controlled media but that significant point was pointed out on the RT News channel

Kaepernick has endured having his jersey burned by fans who oppose his protest. It's as if they prefer to keep things the way they are and believe that niggers should stay in their place and deal with it. It raises the question… is America ready for another CIVIL WAR?


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