Politically Correct Football By Chris Knight
American football has embraced political correctness big time, with bended knee protests against Trump, and the White people who keep this stupid multiracial sport afloat. For example:
“There has to be an uncomfortable element in the discourse for anything to change,” Popovich explained. “Whether it’s the LGBT movement, women’s suffrage, race, it doesn’t matter. People have to be made to feel uncomfortable, and especially white people because we’re comfortable. We still have no clue of what being born white means.”
“If you read some of the recent literature, you’ll realize there really is no such thing as whiteness, but we kind of made that up. That’s not my original thought, but it’s true,” he continued.
Popovich added, “Because you were born white, you have advantages that are systemically, culturally, psychologically there. And they have been built up and cemented for hundreds of years, but many people can’t look at it. It’s too difficult.”
Well, if there is no Whiteness, then your entire critique collapses, because you presuppose it in your initial premises.
This guy also thinks that the United States, is an “embarrassment”:
I think football is an embarrassment, as men chase an inflated ball and make fools out of themselves. Other primates exhibit more sophisticated behavior. This is not a manly activity, but has become an exercise in political correctness. These sports are the real opiates of the masses and all White folk should do their part in bringing them down by mass boycotts. White people should turn away from mass sports, especially football, basketball and baseball, and get politically active.
And America is helping with political correctness in football here in Australia. Thus:
“US RAPPER Macklemore has pledged to donate Australian earnings from his song Same Love to the Yes campaign for same-sex marriage.
The star has found himself at the centre of the country’s gay marriage debate after a backlash from conservative commentators unhappy he will perform the marriage equality anthem at Sunday’s rugby league grand final in Sydney.
In the lead-up to the performance, he said the power of music was not to divide people but create debate and conversation.
“I haven’t figured it out yet but I ... want to donate my portion of the proceeds from Same Love that I get off of that record here in Australia to voting yes,” Macklemore told the Nine Network on Saturday.
“I need to figure out what that looks like and how to do that but that is something that I’m going to do.”
Equality campaign co-leader Alex Greenwich said the financial support came at the critical halfway point in the debate.
“Macklemore’s support and indeed his Same Love song continues to inspire and energise our campaign and we thank him for this generous support,” he told AAP.”
All the more reason to defeat the Yes campaign in the same sex marriage pleb., and give a one finger salute to the chattering class.