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Spiritual Trump 

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , on September 16, 2021 by andelino

Does anyone think it’s a little bizarre that all businesses with 100 employees or more have been mandated to make all their employees get vaccinated when most of them still have their employees working remotely? And why 100 employees? Is there a scientific study that can be referenced that all companies with 99 employees or less are all immune from COVID?

The incoherence gets even more incredible when “Fraud-In-Chief” Joe Biden said we need to protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated, not to mention saying, “This is not a matter of freedom or choice.” This is serious self-contradiction and hypocrisy coming from a “dementia” Democrat in light of the recent hysteria over the Supreme Court ruling on the Texas abortion law.

How about the thousands and tens of thousands of people going to concerts and NFL and college football games? Is everyone attending them somehow immune, and if not, why wasn’t this addressed in the “Fraud-In-Chief’s” announcement when the numbers are astronomically higher at football games in comparison to businesses, and in as close proximity to one another as it gets?

The vaccination mandate is just one more attempt by the Democrats to override our federalist system of reserving all powers not specifically enumerated in the Constitution to the states and transferring them to the federal government.

Blacks are the least vaccinated demographic in the country, and during his mandate announcement, “Fraud-In-Chief” certainly sounded hostile toward them. I’m thinking that if I’m a black man who really doesn’t want to get vaccinated and might lose my job over this unconstitutional mandate, I’m definitely not voting for a Democrat presidential candidate anytime soon, if ever.

And if I didn’t know any better, “Fraud-In-Chief” sounded angrier at the unvaccinated who are citizens than he is against the illegal aliens flooding into the country who are not required to be vaccinated.

Democrat leaders have upped the ante in not just talking much more viciously against their domestic political opponents — i.e., Republicans, than against real enemies who want to kill Americans, but also insulting and putting down regular Americans who vote for Republicans.

It was Hillary who called the white working class “deplorables” and Obama who called everyone in the middle classes and rural America “bitter clingers who hold onto their guns and Bibles.”

Say what you will about President Trump, but you cannot point to one policy prescription that he either implemented or wanted to implement as president that adversely affected any individual American of any race, sex, or demographic in any way whatsoever.

Not financially, not physically, nor in any other way. Trump annoyed a lot of people, especially in the ruling political classes, because they knew he would upset the apple-cart and it was not going to be business as usual in Washington, D.C. And that’s exactly what he did.

No matter how hard the Democrats try to keep asserting unconstitutional authority through unconstitutional mandates and orders, they will never be able to tame the 80-million–plus Trump voters into accepting them lying down. Many have been vaccinated voluntarily and would have done so without Big Brother barking at them. And to keep Americans sheltering in place is laughable.

One only has to watch a college football game or an NFL game to see that most Americans have moved on from the pandemic and are no longer listening, much less obeying the incoherent, contradictory, and hypocritical orders coming from the ruling classes.

In the words of Jason Whitlock, a black man, speaking on The Ingraham Angle last week: “people attending football games and getting back to normal life, college football is a representation of Trump’s America.”

He may not be president in name, but he’s still president in spirit.

Shut Up and Dribble

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on January 17, 2021 by andelino

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Has A Lot In Common With Laura Ingraham And LeBron James
By Jason Whitlock

Fox News host Laura Ingraham’s “shut up and dribble” mantra is beginning to gain traction and credibility among “Hall of Fame” athletes.

You remember two years ago when Ingraham forcefully questioned the political acumen of high school graduate-turned-NBA scholar LeBron James? She was shouted down as a “racist.”

Well, now she’s not alone in dismissing and/or demeaning the political/social commentary of athletes and other celebrities.

On his Fox Sports TV show, Shannon Sharpe, the all-time great NFL tight end, recently told NBA star Kyrie Irving to stick to playing basketball and leave the “social commentary” to more qualified people.

And in a column for The Hollywood Reporter, NBA legend and all-time leading scorer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar argued that virtually all celebrities need to “shut up or face cancellation.”

The final paragraph of Jabbar’s column summarized his unwitting alliance with Ingraham.

“Many Americans imbue stars with political and social intelligence they just don’t have. Great success in one field can lead to the delusion that all your thoughts are great. It doesn’t help to be surrounded by fawning people whose job it is to agree with everything you say. The irresponsibility of tweeting irrational and harmful opinions to millions, regardless of the damaging consequences to their country or people’s lives, proves that those stars deserve harsh backlash.”

Now, to be fair, Jabbar’s column was intended to scold celebrities who do not stick to social media-approved liberal talking points. Jabbar blasted Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling for her unapproved opinions about transgender people. Jabbar criticized Rudy Giuliani for his support of President Trump.

Jabbar asserted that Giuliani’s allegations of 2020 election fraud “does immediate harm to the foundation of society.”

Jabbar wrote: “Giuliani’s attacks on the integrity of the 2020 elections, without any substantive evidence, has undermined the democratic process. A post-election poll indicated 77 percent of Republicans think Joe Biden won because of fraud. Since no credible proof has ever been shown, this opinion can only be held because they practice flat-earther, anti-vaxxer cult-think.”

Jabbar called for social media companies to be more aggressive in “silencing” or placing warnings on false tweets and messages that incite violence or cause harm to society.

I’d like to ask Kareem a question.

What about Black Lives Matter? What about the false narrative that American law enforcement is on an unchecked killing spree of black men? Should we place warnings on those tweets and messages? Should the athletes and celebrities who promote the false narrative that the average black person should live in fear of law enforcement face harsh backlash?

There’s more anecdotal evidence of “election fraud” than there is anecdotal evidence of race-based “police brutality.”

Countless studies and all the data refute the narrative that police are killing black people at some alarming rate. According to the Washington Post, police have killed 220 black people and 420 white people in 2020. That’s about right on average for the last decade. The overwhelming majority of people killed by police are criminal suspects who “resist arrest.”

Athletes and celebrities pretend that law-abiding black people are at high risk of being killed by police. It’s a “lie.”

The Black Lives Matter lie has actually incited violence and done harm to society. Let’s start at the beginning — Michael Brown and Ferguson, Missouri.

Social media helped spread the lie that Brown was killed with his hands up while surrendering to officer Darren Wilson. This lie led to weeks of rioting, looting and violence in Ferguson and across America. Eric Holder, Obama’s black attorney general, investigated the Michael Brown shooting and concluded Darren Wilson did nothing wrong.

Despite Holder’s investigation, the Michael Brown lie lives on. It’s still promoted via social media. It’s at the foundation of the false narrative that police are randomly killing black men.

How many buildings have been burned to the ground based on the BLM false narrative? How many businesses have been destroyed? How many police officers shot? How many lives lost? How much damage has been done to our democratic process and race relations?

As it relates to allegations of “election fraud”, has there been any violence? Any riots?

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar wants the opinions he disagrees with “silenced” and the ones he agrees with “amplified.” His opinion piece in The Hollywood Reporter paints him as a “spoiled, delusional elitist with a false sense of social intelligence. “

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar cries just like LeBron James.

Kareem careens out of reality: Driven by GOP hatred
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar calls for censorship of celebrities whose opinions he dislikes

Black College Football Coaches

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on January 5, 2021 by andelino

Black Matriarchy Plays Significant Role In The Plight Of Black College Football Coaches
by Jason Whitlock

The college football world told Derek Mason, Lovie Smith and Kevin Sumlin — three of its 13 black Division I head coaches — to turn in their playbooks and leave a forwarding address for the remaining dollars left on their contracts.

Soon, the TV opinionist, radio talking heads, college football beat writers and everyone else concerned with being on the right side of Twitter will begin the process of excoriating college football as racist.

The excoriation will grow louder when the NFL’s Anthony Lynn joins his white brethren, Dan Quinn, Matt Patricia and Bill O’Brien, in the unemployment line.

In recent years, when high-profile black football coaches have failed, the coroner has never really examined their body of work in search of a cause of death. It’s as if, for black head coaches, death is expected, that there’s nothing to learn.

The prevailing wisdom among the woke is that all black problems have white solutions. Things didn’t work out for Mason at Vanderbilt, Smith at Illinois and Sumlin at Arizona because college football hasn’t hired enough black coaches.

Football is racist. Everyone knows that. The white men who coach it, organize it, fund it and select the head coaches are the modern-day Calvin Candie, the fictional Mississippi slave owner in the movie Django Unchained.

Maybe that’s all true. But I’m not sure that explains why 41 years after Wichita State made Willie Jeffries the first black man to lead a Division I football program that big-time college football has yet to produce its version of John Thompson or Nolan Richardson.

Fourteen years after Illinois State University made Will Robinson D-I’s first black basketball head coach, John Thompson won a national title at Georgetown and built a dynasty that rewarded Thompson’s top assistant coach (Craig Esherick), oldest son (John Thompson III) and greatest player (Patrick Ewing) with the head coaching position.

A decade later, Nolan Richardson matched Thompson’s feat, winning a national title at Arkansas and appearing in three Final Fours. Richardson’s top assistant, Mike Anderson, would later become the head coach of the Razorbacks.

I bring all this up because I spent this week researching, thinking about and discussing the plight of black college football coaches.

I’m amazed at how little information about black college football coaches is actually out there. It’s easy to find story after story complaining that college football decision-makers are racist or biased.

Maybe I didn’t know where to look, but I couldn’t find a comprehensive list of the black men who have been named head football coach of a Division I school.

I spent a day and a half compiling my own list. By my count, 49 black men have led a Division I program. Here’s a link to my full list. Check it out. Perhaps I missed someone.

My point is everyone loves to complain about the lack of opportunity for black college football coaches. No one has actually examined what we black men have done with the opportunities we’ve earned and what we can learn from those successes and failures.

When it comes to black football coaches, everyone seems to agree that white racism is the problem.  Should we look any further? Should we explore any other potential complications?

In 41 years, 49 black men have been named head coach of a Division I program 70 times, some coaches have led multiple schools. Nine of those men — Kevin Sumlin, David Shaw, Charlie Strong, James Franklin, Herm Edwards, Jimmy Lake, Ruffin McNeill, Randy Shannon and Karl Dorrell — have winning records.

So who has been the most successful?

It has to be Stanford’s David Shaw, followed by Penn State’s James Franklin, and then three guys who are sidelined as head coaches — Charlie Strong (Louisville, Texas and USF), Kevin Sumlin (Houston, Texas A&M and Arizona) and Tyrone Willingham (Stanford, Notre Dame and Washington.)

Shaw is the cream of the crop. He’s the only black coach to win a Power Five conference title. Shaw has won the PAC-12 three times. His 2015 team finished 12-2 and ranked No. 3 in the country. Only three other black coaches have won a conference title. Turner Gill (2008), Michael Haywood (2010) and Dino Babers (2015) won the Mid-American Conference.

Shaw has won 88 games in 10 years at Stanford.

Stanford is interesting. The school has had three black coaches, all of whom would have to be considered successful. Shaw, Willingham and Denny Green, the old Minnesota Vikings coach. Willingham won 44 games at Stanford, including a 9-3 season in 2001 that landed him the Notre Dame job.

Denny Green took over a terrible Stanford program in 1989. In his second season, he upset No. 1-ranked Notre Dame. In year three, he led the Cardinal to an 8-4 season and a second place finish in the PAC-10. He then left to become the Vikings head coach.

So why have all three of Stanford’s black football coaches succeeded?  I have a theory.

Stanford isn’t a football factory. It caters to rosters filled primarily with legitimate student-athletes from stable family backgrounds. Stanford football is Duke basketball. The racial makeup of the Stanford football team is a bit different from the typical football factory.

By my rough count and estimate, Stanford’s roster is 52% white, 46% black and 2% other.

It’s easier for black coaches to lead teams filled with kids from nuclear families. Black kids from broken homes and/or with broken-father relationships struggle to submit to the leadership of black head coaches. They respond better when the ultimate authority is white or female.

I know that sounds crazy to some of you. I know that, as a member of the media, I’m supposed to just write that white racism is the explanation for every black problem.

But the reality is that insecurity and self-hatred are bigger problems for black male athletes. You can see it in their attraction to the Black Lives Matter movement. BLM is a cry for white love and a white solution to black problems. BLM is a plea for a white daddy to save black culture.

For the last 60 years, black culture has been ruled by the matriarchy, and a lack of respect and belief in black men. Kids raised by single mothers and single grandmothers have little regard for black male authority figures. Their irresponsible fathers and bitter mothers give birth to a cynicism that, if left untreated, quietly haunts the child throughout adulthood.

The culture of female dominance, leadership and worship is now the default culture of black Millennial’s. With 75 percent of black kids born into single-parent homes, baby-mama culture — and the cynicism that goes along with it — have been imposed upon black kids from two-parent homes.

In order to fit in, in order to meet “Black Twitter’s” standard of blackness, Carlton from the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air must conform to the culture of the matriarchy.

In this era, the Atlanta politician Stacey Abrams would have a better chance of duplicating the Georgetown basketball dynasty than Big John Thompson.

In an effort to connect with modern black athletes and win the approval of black matriarchal culture, all coaches are being forced to conceal their authentic beliefs. They all have to bow at the shrine of Black Lives Matter and express adoration for George Floyd, Jacob Blake, Eric Garner, Breonna Taylor, Michael Brown, etc.

Everyone knows it’s all bullshit. You think Nick Saban believes Michael Brown, who wrestled for control of a police officer’s gun, was a victim of racism or a victim of bad decision-making? You think Saban believes criminal suspects have the right to resist arrest?

It’s all a charade. The athletes know it. A white coach can shed a tear or two inside a team meeting and pacify his players.

But for black coaches, the charade is much more serious. Their burden of BLM proof must rise above a reasonable doubt. Team meeting tears are not enough. They must issue bold and provocative public statements to the media denouncing whatever BLM has told them to denounce.

They must pretend they live in daily fear of being killed by police. They must invite Dr. Harry Edwards or a local race-baiting equivalent to speak to their teams.

Black coaches must prove their “blackness on command.”

It’s a burden. They just want to coach football and share the values that helped them become successful. Football coaches, regardless of color, generally fit a profile. They’re stubborn, conservative, disciplined, traditional and family oriented.

David Shaw, Kevin Sumlin, Charlie Strong, James Franklin and Herm Edwards come from similar, two-parent backgrounds. Their parents were educators or members of the military or coaches. They were raised in the patriarchal culture commonplace in the 1960s and 1970s.

Today’s black matriarchy makes coaching more challenging for them. At Stanford, Shaw has the luxury of leading a locker room less hostile to strong black male leadership.

That’s my theory. Feel free to reject it. I won’t be offended. Don’t you be offended when I reject the assumption that white racism totally explains the plight of black coaches.

Whitlock’s List Of Black Division I Football Coaches

We Are Nothing Without God

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , on December 4, 2020 by andelino

Jason Whitlock was a guest host on “The Glenn Beck Program” twice recently and went on the air with a clear message: “We are nothing without God.” 

On the show, Whitlock explains ways we can bring “America back together”, the substitution of “black pride” for Christianity in modern black culture, and racism as an opinion. Whitlock reviews the “typical liberal reaction” to his statements about liberalism, race, and God. 

In the following clips from his time on The Blaze, Whitlock explains how to bring America back together…

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal,” Whitlock goes on, quoting the Declaration of Independence.

“That they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights. That among those, are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The foreign and domestic enemies of this nation are baking a new American cake. God isn’t an essential ingredient in this new cake. He isn’t an ingredient at all. The removal of faith is sowing the disharmony that is terrorizing and destroying the United States of America.”

Chappelle Trilogy

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , on November 18, 2020 by andelino

Jason Whitlock has turned the “Chappelle Trilogy” into a clinic on race relations in America.

After Dave Chappelle made his observations during his 16-minute monologue on Saturday Night Live, the mainstream media weighed in with a variety of lukewarm takes, too many to count here.

Then, Whitlock registered his opinion, and stuff got “real” in a hurry.

In his piece titled Dave Chappelle Hates Himself For Playing The ‘Black’ Role Assigned To Him By Bigots,” Whitlock laid down some truth like:

“Chappelle sprinkled his rambling screed with the prerequisite use of the word “nigga. He made racist generalizations about white people, including saying that the COVID pandemic had stopped white mass murderers and that white people who don’t like wearing masks are Klan members. Most important, Chappelle feigned disgust toward Donald Trump.”

“No other American racial group lives under a restrictive burden of skin color. They are free to think, behave and believe as they see fit without threat of racial ostracization and recrimination. They’re free. Their skin color doesn’t define them. Four-hundred-year-old labels and limitations do not impede their pursuit of happiness.”

Jason then followed up with an equally thought-provoking piece entitled The Capital B In ‘Black” Is A Scarlet Letter That Diminishes, Destroys And Disenfranchises black People.”

“Trust me, black is a color. It’s not a human being, a person or an all-important defining characteristic. It’s a shade of humanity that has long been weaponized by American bigots to cast a segment of society into a special category devoid of the inalienable rights guaranteed by our constitution. We black people are programmed to prioritize our skin color above all else. We do it out of fear, pride, ignorance and unrecognized manipulation.  If your competitors convince you that your skin color is your most prized asset and characteristic, you shape all your behavior to accentuate that attribute. If your competitors control the perception and definition of your most prized asset and characteristic, then your competitors control your behavior.”

Jason masterfully tied both columns together on Periscope:

The third installment in the “Chappelle Trilogy” was White Liberals Rig ‘Olympics’ To Diminish black Humanity.” In it, Whitlock asserts that blacks are…

“approaching each day as a competition to prove their blackness rather than a competition to prove their intelligence, religious faith, patriotism, commitment to family or integrity. I call it the ‘Unapologetically Black Olympics.’ The Olympic organizers are white liberals. We black people pay a massive price for participating in these Olympics. It’s a competition rigged to diminish our intelligence and humanity.”

So there you have it. Read, watch and learn.

Silence is Violence

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on November 10, 2020 by andelino

The Virginia-based company “National Legal and Policy Center” was going to spend deep into the six-figures to display five “billboards” around The NBA Bubble in Orlando that would show LeBron James with a Chinese flag covering his mouth and that delightful phrase, “silence is violence.”

It was rejected by Outfront Media, the billboard company.

“Some messages are too important to be suppressed,” said Peter Flaherty, chairman of NLPC told the Post. “When it comes to human rights in China, silence is indeed violence. We should be able to call LeBron on his hypocrisy without this censorship.”

LeBron has not been silence on many subjects. In fact he has become such a vocal social justice warrior that Jason Whitlock has called him a bigot.

Whitlock eloquently summed his column with the point:

“Bigots, regardless of color, have a common trait. Ignorance. Ignorance fuels their ego. Information is their enemy. They avoid it at all costs. Negative anecdotes frame their worldview. Bigotry has subdued and detained LeBron James. “

The liberal landscape has allowed this to continue.

Missouri Senator Josh Hawley has been on the forefront of calling to question the relationship that the NBA, NIKE, and China have with one another.

“There are widespread reports, very credible reports that Nike, many of their product lines and components of their products, the shoes, the shirts, the jerseys, all that stuff are made in concentration camps in China,” he told Outkick.

“These concentration camps are full of religious minorities, one in particular called the Uyghurs. They’re a religious ethnic minority that the Chinese government has put on trains, shaven, beaten, and shipped into these camps.”

That relationship has been a hot button topic for numerous years and was first made public conscious when Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey expressed support for Hong Kong protestors. It prompted state-owned CCTV to drop NBA games as did the NBA’s streaming partner in China, Tencent.

It was escalated when more details came out in a story from ESPN that the NBA had their name brand on a number of player development camps in China where minors were allegedly abused; the NBA shut down a camp in the Xinjiang’s region, the police state in China where the Uyghurs are persecuted.

James, like much of the league and many liberals, have decided that “silence is violence” does not apply to their interests.

OutKick partner Jason Whitlock traveled to our nation’s capital to conduct a sit-down interview with the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump.

There are less than two weeks to go before the presidential election on Tuesday, Nov. 3. And the final debate with Democratic challenger and former VP Joe Biden was in Nashville.

At such an important juncture in the president’s campaign, it is crucial for him to select only the most influential news outlets to share his message.

It should come as no surprise that President Trump chose OutKick, a website that continues to rise in prominence and influence, both in the worlds of politics and sports.

Jason and the president addressed a variety of topics, including the America First program, Trump’s relationship with the black community, and of course, a little football.

Later, in an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, Whitlock had this to add:

“I think we have been carrying on a facade for three and a half years as black men that somehow we can’t relate to Donald Trump, that we didn’t celebrate him in hip-hop music for decades, that he wasn’t friends with countless black athletes, entertainers, celebrities,” Whitlock told Carlson.

“That facade is starting to end,” Whitlock added, “and I think that’s why you’ve seen the rapper Ice Cube, you’ve seen 50 Cent and Kanye West start reaching out and acknowledging the truth that they really don’t have a problem with Donald Trump.”

Like many liberal-driven movements, the phrase “silence is violence” is incredibly marketable. Also, like many liberal-driven movements, it is not allowed to be applied to liberals.

The Black Donald Trump

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , on November 5, 2020 by andelino

Whitlock: LeBron James Is Black Donald Trump

 Viewers of ABC/ESPN’s NBA Finals Game 5 telecast was two hours of LeBron James “propaganda.”

The Lakers can close out the Heat, secure their 17th NBA title and hand LeBron his fourth NBA crown. ESPN’s pregame show and in-game broadcasters will make it a point to celebrate James as a combination of Michael Jordan and Muhammad Ali, a transcendent talent, an eloquent ambassador and a fearless champion of social justice.

I won’t blame Jalen Rose, Mark Jackson, Jeff Van Gundy, Mike Breen and Maria Taylor for doing their jobs. It is their responsibility to promote the game and the game’s biggest star. They’re not journalists. They’re primarily ex-jocks paid to serve as stock touts. ESPN owns billions of dollars of NBA stock.

James is the NBA’s “primary” product. He is the Apple iPhone 12. It is not ESPN’s job to disclose “defects” in the product intended to justify the network’s NBA investment.

That’s my job. I’m a critic.  LeBron James is “The Black Donald Trump.”

It’s not the first time I’ve analogized the basketball star to President Donald Trump. I do it every time James proves my analogy true. In the aftermath of the vice presidential debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic nominee Kamala Harris, James channeled his inner “black” Trump.

The social media-addicted superstar implied that Pence is a “piece of shit” via Instagram, posting an image of Pence from the debate and playing off the fly that sat atop Pence’s head. James stated:

“Y’all know what flies favorite destination is right!!?? Yup you guessed it.” He added poop emojis, in case someone missed his joke. He concluded his post with the FOH hashtag, which stands for get the “Fuck Out of Here.” LeBron  pic.twitter.com/maWabbwntm — NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) October 8, 2020

This is textbook Trump behavior. Remember two years ago when Trump called Haiti a “shithole” country, and the mainstream media said his comment was “proof of bigotry?”

Is LeBron’s IG post “proof of bigotry?” It’s certainly proof of “immaturity and hypocrisy.”

LeBron fashions himself as a dignified statesman, role model, political activist and champion of racial equality. He is every bit as crude, undignified and inarticulate as our sitting president. James writes and speaks at a third-grade level. The athletic privilege he’s enjoyed since about age 10 has spoiled and pampered him the same way wealth privilege spoiled and pampered President Trump.

What’s worse is James’ actions and public pronouncements are far more “racist” and “racially divisive” than the president’s.

Given his elevated platform and influence — his more than 80 million social media followers — it’s grossly irresponsible for James to call another human being, especially one he does not know, “a piece of shit.”

We know for a fact that if Pence responded in kind, we would be lectured for several weeks that it is an example of the systemic racism fostered by white political conservatives. There would be a conga line of black liberals tap dancing for butter biscuits from Rachel Maddow, Anderson Cooper, Chris Hayes and Don Lemon.

Shannon Sharpe and Max Kellerman would sue for a simulcast of Undisputed and First Take, so they could hold an American Idol-like contest for the title of “Best Race Hustler”. Kellerman would win on authenticity. He actually believes his race hustle.

LeBron James is neither Michael Jordan nor Muhammad Ali.

You can’t be Jordan, the GOAT of basketball, when your primary job is to increase the popularity of your sport and you have failed. LeBron has diminished the NBA domestically. His descent into politics and full-on embrace of Black Lives Matter have devastated the game. He extinguished the TV-ratings torch he inherited from Jordan. The league that had dreams of matching the NFL’s relevancy is now toxic, polarizing and reliant on rigged Twitter algorithms for traction.

His persona has knocked professional athletes off their exalted and iconic pedestals as rallying points for unity. Jordan, Magic and Bird led the Dream Team in 1992. LeBron leads “Black Lives Matter”, a team of Marxists.

James convinced a handful of black basketball and football players that they can “end racism.”

He’s turned black athletes secular. He’s turned them away from a Biblical understanding of the world and towards a white liberal’s understanding of it. White liberals believe they are the masters of the universe and that they can solve problems that only a submission to the will of God can truly solve.

Do you understand my point?

The Bible, and most religious orthodoxy, teaches that sin, including racism, entered into the world and cannot be eliminated until the final resurrection. Believers are taught that submission to the Most High (Jesus, God, Jehovah, Yahweh, etc.) and religious principles are the only path to protecting yourself from sin and improving the world around you.

The NBA and NFL can’t end racism with slogans and finger wagging. They can’t end or even limit “racism” by electing themselves the national review board for police-involved shootings. Their tactics are actually empowering and spreading racism. James is the leader of this empowerment movement. He thinks he is the Most High. His “ego” is bigger than Trump’s.

What’s worse is James’ “hypocrisy” is unlike anything we’ve seen from a public figure. He demonizes whites, the police and this country as inherently racist while ensconcing himself and his family in multi-million-dollar white enclaves.

LeBron James as heir to Muhammad Ali has proven to be a joke. You can’t be Ali, the GOAT of American sports, when your worldview has no respect for religious principles. Ali’s actions were initially controlled by a black religious sect, the Nation of Islam. Malcolm X mentored Ali, not Phil Knight and Nike. Ali transitioned to traditional Islam.

LeBron is a “puppet” for a global corporation and Democratic politicians. Nike and the Democratic Party have weaponized “racial demonization” through Black Lives Matter to achieve their political goals.

Black Trump is their spokesman.

Black Trump, Nike and white liberals have zero interest in “ending racism.” They use racial division to control the public, the media and politicians.

I’m going to skip Game 5 and the coronation of Black Trump.

Black Dragon Energy

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on October 30, 2020 by andelino

Whitlock: President Trump’s Dragon Energy Entices Ice Cube, Kanye West, 50 Cent And Other Black Men

Twelve years ago, when I trashed Sarah Palin in a Huffington Post column and across social media on a daily basis, no one cared. No one told me to stick to sports.

Although a non-voter, my preference for Barack Obama and Joe Biden was quite clear. I’m still a non-voter. My preference for Donald Trump and Mike Pence is quite clear. Now my critics passionately want me to stick to sports. My presidential preference is now offensive. ”I’ve sold out. I’ve changed. I’m a hypocrite.”

I visited the White House to interview President Trump. I wanted to probe him on why black voters, particularly black men, seem to be breaking from the facade that he is the Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan.

Rap music stars Ice Cube and 50 Cent have inched closer to joining Kanye West in MAGA land. Cube worked behind the scenes with the Trump administration on an economic plan to revitalize black communities. 50 Cent expressed displeasure with Biden’s desire to raise taxes.

Two years ago, Kanye said he and President Trump shared “dragon energy,” natural instincts for leadership.

“You don’t have to agree with trump but the mob can’t make me not love him. We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don’t agree with everything anyone does. That’s what makes us individuals. And we have the right to independent thought.” — KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) April 25, 2018

Dragon energy is code for “masculine” energy.

Trump and rappers emote masculinity. It is their defining characteristic and currency. Human beings, male and female,  are attracted to masculinity. In times of crisis and fear, the value of masculinity escalates.

Masculinity is gold. Scarcity is its primary value.

Trump’s political opponents fear that he is gaining ground with black voters, particularly black men. Of course he is. It’s the dragon energy. You cannot indefinitely suppress men’s natural desire to be masculine.

God put it in our hard drive. Big Tech and its social media apps are trying to reprogram us. They’ve redefined masculinity as “toxic and evil.”

Where would American black men be without dragon energy, the source of courage that allowed us to survive slavery and force America to grant us the inalienable rights promised in the Declaration of Independence?

Dragon energy, provided through faith in God, inspired Martin Luther King, Jr. and civil rights workers to stand up to water hoses, police dogs, police batons and church bombings.

The war on masculinity is overtly secular. It’s a war on religious faith, the antibiotic for human fear.

I do not pretend to know the depth of President Trump’s (or anyone else’s) religious faith. What I know is he tries to promote a confident, fearless approach to life.

That approach is attractive to men.  We have spent virtually all of 2020 living in fear. It is not the right way to live. It’s not living. It’s death.

Joe Biden and the Democratic Party are running a fear-based campaign for the presidency. They want black people to believe that COVID-19 and law enforcement are hunting us every time we leave the house and that our only protection from COVID and police is Joe Biden, the architect of the 1994 crime bill.

I reject that. I think other black men are starting to reject that narrative as well. Each black man is responsible for protecting himself from disease and violent confrontation with the police.

I’ve encountered incompetent and potentially biased police officers. Compliance with their dumb inquiries and instructions has protected me. That’s a more effective solution than embracing an irrational fear of a violent encounter that almost never happens.

President Trump’s views on race are irrelevant to me. Before he ran for president, no one of any consequence thought he had a problem with black people. Nearly every black athlete, high-profile journalist, entertainer and activist was pictured socializing with Donald Trump.

My preference for Trump in this presidential election comes down to three things: 1) His support of Historically Black Colleges and Universities; 2) His ability to pass some form of criminal justice reform; 3) His adversarial relationship with Big Tech.

The last one is probably the most important issue to me.

Big Tech and its social media apps are hostile to religious faith. Big Tech is the primary promoter of a Godless society controlled by fear.

The Year of Fear 2020 has been the worst year of my life. Dragon energy is the solution. Trump is a dragon. So am I. I’m not scared.

Commercial rap music is incompatible with liberalism. So it should come as no surprise that legendary gangsta rapper Ice Cube is flirting with the idea of joining Kanye West on Team Trump.

Yes, the same Ice Cube who 32 years ago rapped “fuck the police coming straight from the underground, a young nigga got it bad cause I’m brown” is finding common ground with our law-and-order president.

President Trump senior advisor Katrina Pierson tweeted that Ice Cube had been working with Trump on his “Platinum Plan,” a $500 billion economic initiative targeted at developing black communities. The famous rapper confirmed Pierson’s assertion, tweeting:

“Facts: I put out the CWBA. Both parties contacted me. Dems said we’ll address the CWBA after the election. Trump campaign made some adjustments to their plan after talking to us about the CWBA.” — Ice Cube (@icecube) October 14, 2020

The CWBA is the “Contract With Black America,” Ice Cube’s economic proposal for investing in black communities. Ice Cube’s collaboration with the Trump administration sparked the expected outrage and backlash commonplace on Twitter when any prominent black celebrity, athlete or influencer engages with our sitting president.

Social media algorithms smeared the rapper as a sellout and a hypocrite. In 2018, Ice Cube released the song “Arrest the President.” It is an absolute banger, quite possibly the best political rap song ever. Like a lot of rap music, it’s misguided, exaggerated and uninformed.

O’Shea Jackson (Ice Cube) isn’t a hypocrite. He’s a realist bowing to logic, reason and new information. His defection from the left-wing group-think imposed by Silicon Valley’s social media apps was inevitable. Don’t be surprised when more rap legends join AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted lyricist (Ice Cube)  and The College Dropout (Kanye).

Ice Cube transformed himself from a “boy in the hood” to an entertainment mogul by expressing a masculine, unsympathetic and non-PC worldview in rhyme form.

Other than its cynical view of police, rap music has little in common with Black Lives Matter and the Democratic Party. I don’t say that as a political partisan. I say that as a student of life.

Modern liberalism is at odds with masculinity, free speech, religious faith, self-determination and belief in the nuclear family.

O’Shea Jackson is a married father of four. His music and approach to life are drenched in masculinity and devoid of political correctness. He’s made no secret of his affinity for religion, including Islam, Christianity and Buddhism. He lifted himself from poverty with an incredible work ethic and independence.

Like all men, he’s flawed. Like all wise men seeking enlightenment, he’s pragmatic and willing to adjust to new information.

He responded intelligently to a critic who expressed heartbreak that he would engage with President Trump.

“Every side is the Dark side for us here in America. They’re all the same until something changes for us. They all lie and they all cheat but we can’t afford not to negotiate with whoever is in power or our condition in this country will never change. Our justice is bipartisan.” https://t.co/xFIXXpOs8B — Ice Cube (@icecube) October 14, 2020

He followed up that tweet with more pragmatism and wisdom.

“Black progress is a bipartisan issue. When we created the Contract With Black America we excepted to talk to both sides of the isle. Talking truth to power is part of the process.” — Ice Cube (@icecube) October 15, 2020

American black people are the only racial group who have allowed themselves to be defined by political ideology. Strict obedience to Democratic Party-imposed liberalism is a requirement for good standing in the black community. The requirement is insane.

It’s a requirement that now demands abandonment of virtually every religious principle traditionally taught in the church. It’s a requirement that limits freedom of thought. It appoints white liberals as our Gods.

White people and every other racial group are free to embrace liberalism, conservatism, libertarianism and political apathy.

More than anything, artists and creators require freedom of thought and expression. A rapper who conceives the song “Jesus Walks” is eventually going to disconnect from modern liberalism. Same goes for the rapper who writes the song “Express Yourself.”

It’s no surprise Kanye, Cube and 50 Cents want to “Make Black America Great Again.”

The Social Dilemma

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on October 18, 2020 by andelino

BLM 101: Netflix Doc ‘The Social Dilemma’ Might Cure Athletes Of Their Fake News Addiction
by Jason Whitlock

We have our first homework assignment for BLM 101, the online class educating athletes on the destructive impact and true agenda of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Everyone needs to watch “The Social Dilemma,” the 90-minute Netflix documentary that explains how Google, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and pretty much all the social media companies are being used to create the polarization and division destroying America.

The words “black lives matter” are never spoken in the doc. But any smart viewer will make the connection between BLM and the manipulation discussed in the documentary, which features about a dozen former high-end Big Tech developers, engineers and executives.

The point of the documentary is that social media, particularly Facebook, Twitter and Google, are chasing profits by assaulting democracy and truth on a global scale. The apps are rigged to influence users’ behavior and worldview.

“We’ve put deceit and sneakiness at the absolute center of everything we do,” said Jaron Lanier, the founding father of Virtual Reality.

“We’ve moved away from having a tools-based technology environment to  an addiction and manipulation-based technology environment,” said Tristan Harris, the former Design Ethicist for Google.

Another critic in the documentary summarized social media this way: “It biases toward false information. Not because we want to, but because false information makes the companies more money than the truth. The truth is boring. It’s disinformation for profit.”

“The Social Dilemma” primarily addressed misinformation spread about COVID-19. I kept waiting for the doc to mention BLM. It alluded to the violent unrest sweeping America with visuals of protests, police confrontations with protestors and scenes of rioting.

But I understand why director Jeff Orlowski didn’t explicitly address BLM.

1) The doc aired on one of the primary promoters of the BLM narrative, Netflix, which has produced a boatload of films stirring black-white racial division.
2) A discussion of BLM would’ve overshadowed any other point Orlowski was trying to make with his film.
3) Orlowski would be branded as racist.

So viewers have to fill in the BLM blanks by themselves. You don’t need to be very smart to do so.

There’s no greater example of social media’s destructive impact than the “Black Lives Matter” narrative. Twitter has allowed Shaun King to pass himself off as a black man and racial justice leader for nearly a decade.

Twitter has convinced LeBron James that a dozen or so violent encounters between white police officers/white people and black men is proof that black men are hunted every day. Social media’s rigged algorithms prevent James from seeing or comprehending that every year more black men kill white men than the reverse.

“The Social Dilemma” artfully explains the echo chambers of misinformation users are prompted to build and how likes, retweets and followers convince users of truths that are actually lies.

James’ tweet stating that black men are “literally hunted EVERYDAY/EVERYTIME we step foot outside the comfort of our homes!” has received 368,000 likes and 120,000 retweets.

Why wouldn’t James believe he stated an undeniable truth?

He’s addicted to social media. “The Social Dilemma” points out that there are two groups of “users” — drug users and social media users.

We need a “Social Media War” more than we need a “Drug War.” The Silicon Valley cartels are destroying democracy and America.

There is no pandemic of law enforcement killing black men. Social media created the “black, unarmed man” false reality. It’s nearly impossible to be killed by law enforcement.

Social media replaced facts, research and data with anecdotes. Facts, research and data prove beyond a reasonable doubt that what happened to Tamir Rice was a tragic accident, not proof of a diabolical genocide.

The “crack heads” of Social Media reside in the mainstream media. Don Lemon and Jemele Hill are Bubbles, the fictional heroin addict on The Wire.

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter’s Jack Dorsey are Avon Barksdale and Marlo Stanfield, the kingpins of “Fake News” dope. LeBron James and Colin Kaepernick are “Bodie and Poot”, street soldiers selling BLM on NBA and NFL corners.

Watch “The Social Dilemma.” The analogies will all make sense. Share the link to this session of BLM 101 with your favorite athlete, and ask him or her to watch the full documentary “Social Dilemma.”

We Are Winning The War!

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , on October 14, 2020 by andelino

BLM101: We Are Winning The War! Black Lives Matter Scrubs Beliefs

Welcome to the latest edition of Black Lives Matter 101, Volume 8, the online class dedicated to explaining to athletes the real agenda and impact of the BLM movement.

Our class and the work of others across the internet are having a real impact.

Black Lives Matter, aka, Bigots Love Marxism, scrubbed its “what we believe” page from the organization’s website. BLM is executing a cover-up. As we saw with the Nixon presidency, the cover-up reveals the severity of the crime.

BLM’s “what we believe” page originally exposed the movement’s heavy Marxist influence. The page called for the disruption of the nuclear family. Let me quote it directly.

“We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and ‘villages’ that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents and children are comfortable.”

That’s a Marxist concept. Libby Emmons at The Post Millennial succinctly summarized the BLM agenda, writing that BLM “espouses Marxist principles of communal children and the demise of the family structure over American ideals of individualism and family unity.”

People are finally looking beyond BLM’s catchy slogan and evaluating the actual agenda. The agenda is Karl Marx’s anti-God, pro-communism political theory. BLM scrubbed its “what we believe” page because smart people are distancing themselves from BLM.

This summer while American sports leagues were swallowing Black Lives Matter’s entire agenda and embedding their slogans onto fields and courts, the Premier Soccer League distanced itself from BLM.

Read this story from early July about EPL stars and their new position on BLM.  Two weeks ago, ESPN reported that Premier League clubs scrapped their BLM badges.

This is why I’ve been furious with the horrendous leadership of Roger Goodell, Adam Silver and Rob Manfred. They embraced BLM at the exact time the rest of the world was figuring out the fraudulence of the BLM movement.

BLM is backpedaling from its own founding principles because those principles are being rejected by people with a modicum of common sense.

LeBron James is the head of a nuclear family, but he’s tweeting out support for an organization that wants to disrupt nuclear families. Alleged Christians are supporting an organization that is founded in Karl Marx’s belief that religion is a sham, the opiate of the masses.

Black Lives Matter is toxic and divisive. Its financial supporters realize it. That’s why they’re scrubbing their beliefs. Their beliefs have created the violence and chaos we’ve witnessed throughout the summer. Their beliefs have promoted racial division.

The clowns running corporate America, including Goodell, Silver and Manfred, should be held accountable for lacking the substance to stand against this destructive movement. They supported the new KKK, a race-based domestic terrorist movement dependent on mob rule. They legitimized and justified a summer of chaos.

When will the NFL and NBA backpedal and start scrubbing BLM from the sports landscape? Will anyone in the mainstream sports media ask LeBron James about BLM’s backpedal?

Do the group-think athletes even know that their beloved social justice movement has disavowed its beliefs?

Let’s tell them by sharing this link with your favorite athlete via social media. No snark. Be polite. They’re young. They’re not to blame. They’ve been failed by weak leadership at the top of their leagues.

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