A few days ago, we detailed the insidious effort to derail the higher education hopes of young Negroes. We mentioned that, not only were evil entities in the NBA at the root of the problem, but that clothing and apparel companies were in on the effort to keep Negroes uneducated as well.
This piece ran today in the LA Times.
It reports on Kobe Bryant's denials that he has contacted Kevin Durant in an effort to get him to sign with Nike.
The story is vague about the source of the claim, saying, "Word is Kobe Bryant has already called Kevin Durant on behalf of Nike and that a shoe deal ranging between $30 million and $50 million simply needs to be presented."
Kobe responded with a denial, of course. And maybe it was a story based on nothing.
Either way, it clearly demonstrates the substantial effort being made to keep young Kevin Durant from attaining his degree. And, it shows the lengths Nike is willing to go to get it done.
Clearly, Kobe was corrupted against education long ago, and may or may not have been trying to influence the young Durant to abandon his studies.
If the story is untrue, it would show even more the evil intentions of the shoe and apparel companies. Willing to float a rumor which hurts the reputation of one of their contracted Negro stars; and doing anything to attach their companies name to Kevin Durant. Using the media to effectively start the negotiation process with Durant by floating a contract numbers range; and at the same time setting it up so it looks like a fellow Negro basketball player was the one that initiated the overture. The depths of betrayal here are unfathomable.
We choose to believe that Kobe never made the call and is simply a pawn in this ill intentioned game to continue to keep Negroes out of the halls of higher education.
But we warn Kobe: You are playing with fire. Distance yourself, or forever be seen as the agent of the devils of deprivation. Lest you are held responsible for the abandoned educational needs of an entire generation of Negroes.