Sunday, August 11, 2013

The Philadelphia Eagles’ Riley Cooper the latest victim of anti-white racism

Under the current Minority Occupation Government, the historic American nation exists only to be exploited. And the worst crime for Americans is not murder, rape, or treason—but whites saying a forbidden word.

The destruction of a public figure for saying a forbidden word is now an established American ritual. The dust has yet to settle on the Paula Deen n-word debacle, but another manufactured controversy has taken over the headlines. This time, it comes from “America's Opiate”--the National Football League. The sacrificial victim: the Philadelphia Eagles’ Riley Cooper, one of the few white wide receivers in professional football.

The National Football League is dominated by black players, in my opinion partly because of institutional bias and anti-white racism. As a result, the sport is pervaded by a ghetto culture, including frequent use of the “n word.” As one NFL player, afraid of giving his name, stated recently

The ‘n-word,’ as they like to say, is all over. I will tell you this, it’s said all over—on the field, definitely in locker rooms. This is really nothing new.

However, Riley Cooper is white, and the current much-vaunted “white privilege” does not extend to using a forbidden word. Cooper has become this generation's John Rocker because a video has surfaced of him drunk, cursing, using racial epithets and uttering the n-word in an altercation with a black security guard at a Kenny Chesney concert in June.

Since the video became public, Cooper has been the target of one of the Main Stream Media’s Two -Minute Hates, especially from sports reporters, notoriously PC.

Finally, he has been fined by the Eagles—all for using a word that his black teammates, remember, throw around with impunity.



Anonymous said...

"Political correctness is a far greater threat to our freedom and liberty than is terrorism..."

Anonymous said...

Anyone in the USA who has not used that word please stand up... all the nation is still sitting