Monday, March 5, 2007
Shani Davis: World's Best Speed Skater
Shani Davis broke his own world record in the 1500m event at the World's Cup, this past weekend. Clearly defining himself as the world's best, and possibly laying the groundwork to become the greatest speed skater of all time.
Shani is a Negro.
We took the time to enlighten the world, several weeks ago, with an accurate account of the ice being the last hiding place for the white athlete to excel and dominate. Hockey, curling and skating were the endeavors to which white athletes could retreat and hide from the competitive superiority of the Negro. Brother Davis' latest accomplishment literally cracks the ice beneath the white athlete, clearly demonstrating that the Original Human may well also be the original skater.
Shani Davis has laid the ground work for a Negro invasion of frozen arena's around the country. Much like Tiger Woods provided for golf.
Unfortunately, this story is buried by the sports media. It's clear that they find his burgeoning dominance of his sport lamentable. His victory and record have only received foot note status. Why, you ask indignantly?
It is quite simple. If the white powers that lord over the sports media empires of the mainstream outlets were to propogate this story with the intense coverage and exposure it warrants; panic would set in across white America.
The one "stage" on which white athletes could perform without eventually being pushed to the fringes is now clearly being claimed by the original human, the original skater. And that scares the white man. The sports media wants to hide this, to pretend that all is well in the frozen world of what passes for white athleticism.
Certainly, if Shani were a non-Negro, the media would be hailing him for sportsman of the year and we would be force fed his image by marketers around the country. We'd see him on popular TV shows, like "Dancing With the Stars" (like that non-Negro skater Apollo Ohno).
But, for now we won't. The fear of cornrowed skaters wearing tight fitting Phatfarm or FUBU gear while blurring circles around the white skaters is enough for the media to try to pretend like this isn't happening. The fear that some accounts of the NBA's All Star Weekend have instilled in white America has lead to a fear that the World Cup of speed skating will turn into a scene abounding in entourages, weed and Pacman Jones ordering the the beatdowns of female Ice Capades extras who have been flown into town to entertain the throngs of skating fanatics.
Yes, we are witnessing a media denial and whiteout of an unavoidable shift in the culture of skating. It is happening and it is real.
Through all this, Shani Davis has only one thing to say:
"Talk is cheap," he said. "I just want to skate."