A white supremacy group on face book was founded by some USC Trojan football players.
The online group, called "White Nation" apparently was founded by junior linebacker Clay Matthews and included fellow white teammates David Buehler, Brian Cushing, Dan Deckas and Dallas Sartz.
The response to the accompanying uproar was that it was a joke in poor taste, and that the name actually originated through a Negro teammate referring to the clique as the "White Nation".
Well, this is no joke.
We normally would not lend advocacy to a group which espouses white power or supremacy. However, logic in this case, dictates that we support these young men in their quest to create "White Nation". Particularly as it relates to sports.
If USC were to follow these players lead and allow them to branch off into "White Nation" and start their own team, the following positive scenarios would evolve:
i) USC would not have to waste football scholarships on marginal white players to satisfy alumns and could have a roster of all Negro players. Thereby increasing the teams talent enormously.
ii) Other teams would be forced to follow suit in order to maintain a competitive balance with USC.
iii) The white players could start their own programs (the NWCAA) and compete against each other at the new, less competitive level that would be established.
iv) fans would benefit from the higher level of play generated by the new all Negro rosters throughout the NCAA.
v) white players would benefit by playing down to their own level
vi) the races in general would benefit from the inherent segregation.
So, we support this vanguard movement by USC's "White Nation" footballers.