Apples and Oranges
Long ago was the time when professional athletes like Lou Gehrig humbly stood before a crowd of thousands, with his hat off like a gentleman, showing respect to the fans that made him. Mr. Gehrig stood before this crowd of familiar strangers to personally inform them of how blessed and fortunate he was to have played before them and for them. At the time of this speech he was recently informed that he was very ill with a life threatening disease, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
His humility and genuine strength of character were more apparent than the disease, as you can witness in his famous farewell speech below.
Negro athletes have changed the face of sports. How often do you now hear about famous athletes arrested for, or somehow involved in shootings, stabbings or some other type of absurdly violent crime?
The extraordinary violence committed by the Negro in their everyday lives has spilled over into sports. Twenty-year-old Jasper Howard, a University of Connecticut football player, was stabbed to death on-campus last night.
Here are some of today’s “heroes.”
Below, is a classic moment in racism.
Florida International University Football Player Murdered
Another Negro athlete has been “oppressed” by his own.
A while back I blogged about Negro athletes as well as the violent acts and crimes committed by them. If they are not the ones committing the violent acts, they are often the victims of Negro violence themselves, which was the case of the murder of Kendall Berry, a running back for FIU. He was involved in an “altercation” i.e. wild brawl involving at least two dozen men. QuentinWyche has been arrested in the murder.
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Two NBA Players Pull Guns on One Another
How often have you heard of white, professional athletes pulling guns on people?
Warren Sapp Arrested for Pulling Woman out of Bed and Chocking Her
Brandon Marshall Arrested Again
Former NBA Player Arrested for Sex Ring
Police Say Lawrence Taylor Raped a 16-Year-Old Child
USM Football Players Injured in Shooting: More ‘Admirable Athletes’
Here is a story of more Negro “role models” that play football. Three football players from the University of Southern Mississippi have been shot. This is all too common amongst Negro athletes.