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Thursday, March 27, 2008

Vindication for LSU's Perrilloux

A few weeks ago, we enlightened you as to the racially tinged decision by LSU to suspend SEC Championship winning QB Ryan Perilloux from the squad for 'unspecified' rules violations.

We allowed you to understand that LSU's treatment of Perilloux was a microcosmic depiction of the legal system's treatment of young Negro males across this Nation. And we convinced you that it was wholly unfair to hold individuals to 'unspecified' standards.

As more information about Perilloux's dubious 'suspension' has been made public; LSU's hard stance has softened. Perilloux now could be allowed to practice as soon as next week. And he can get back on track to his rightful position as the headlining member of the returning National Champions.

Head Coach Les Miles addressed the Perilloux situation without comment on some of the circumstances that have become more clear since the 'suspension'. Miles chose to focus on the notion that, despite what can now be termed in the most uncertain of manners as an impetuous and opportunistic choice to punish Perilloux (yes, it's clear that Miles and LSU didn't bother to fully investigate the circumstances surrounding the 'rules violations', and, instead chose to turn the situation into an opportunity to tighten their shackles around RP and ensure that he understood that his future was subservient to Miles and LSU's collective success), Perilloux must 'earn' back his position.

"We are not ready to rely upon anybody at the quarterback spot," Miles said. "We have three guys there. There will be a competition. Perrilloux has to compete."

Indeed, the coach focused on the things Perilloux must do to regain his stature on the team.

Interestingly enough, there was no mention of some of the clarification that has since come to light on the 'rules violation'.

Perrilloux's former high school coach, who remains close to the quarterback and his family, has said Perrilloux missed a mandatory team meeting, then missed classes to attend his father's funeral without notifying coaches.

Clearly, Miles and his cohorts at LSU were miffed that Perilloux's father chose to terminate in conflict with team functions and that RP (a young man in a state of confusion and obviously in a clouded mental condition) chose to be with his family to mourn their loss, rather than attend an off season meeting.

Miles, the newly crowned National Championship coach must have felt this as a slight and a direct slap at his now 'god-like' stature in Baton Rouge. The coach and the university chose to send a message to young Negro males the country over:

Ensuring that you are properly practiced and conditioned to excel on the football field at all times, so as to ensure the lofty stature of your white coach takes precedence over regrouping with your Negro family to be together as one to help each other suffer through the loss of a dear loved one.

We read time and again the white devil's complaint that Negro families don't fulfill the obligatory role of providing support and personal development for their members. We read of the white devil's complaint that Negro men don't fulfill their fatherly duties. Yet, when the Negro family attempts to come together and provide that support and personal development for each other, the nearest white devil in a position of authority cracks his whip with a force so hateful that it knocks the very breath of the mourning Negro from his lungs.

We shall overcome. We can change.

Remember, a vote for Obama is a vote for fair treatment of Negro college athletes.

34 comments:

RighteousReasoner said...

Gentlemen, let us be clear.

A vote for Righteous Half-Negro Obama is a vote for RP himself.

Let us hit the voting booths hard and mean-mug all those cracker "election judges" in the process.

superduper said...

NOISE,

It looks like you learned your lesson and decided to do a little research on this topic this time. I applaud your willingness to address this topic in a more appropriate manner.

It is interesting to learn that RP missed meetings due to his father's funeral. However, it does not appear RP let his team or coach know that this had happened and left without informing them prior to his departure.

In the world of grown-ups, an individual has a responsibility to many parties, not just his family. Just as an example, at any job you are allowed a leave of absence to grieve and take care of family matters in these types of situations. However, the employee must inform their manager / supervisor of the event immediately (before the next work-day) to notify them of the expected absence (otherwise it's an unauthorized leave of absence). This is because that employee is part of a team that is counting on them to be there. It shows a lack of maturity or inability to manage ones responsibilities if they cannot provide notice to the other people that are counting on him. Family is, of course, more important, but we all have many responsibilities we must manage to (regardless of race).

It is sad what happened to his father, but all it would have taken is one phone call to his team and he wouldn't have been suspended. His coach and team would have excused him from his immediate responsibilities, said a prayer for his father at the next team meeting, and expressed their sympathies to his family. RP instead choose to ignore his team when they could have been there to support him in his time of need.

Are Negros incapable of being responsible in all aspects of their lives and therefore should be forgiven when they do not fulfill all their obligations? Of course not, you would be belittling your race by saying that. Unfortunately I'm sure you don't see that you're often belittling yourself and your race in your posts.

Vote for Obama because he wouldn't subscribe to the preachings of this blog!

RighteousReasoner said...

superduper, there is no point in your reasoning.

The white man is the devil.

The Righteous Negro is always the victim.

end of story.

superduper said...

"The white man is the devil.

The Righteous Negro is always the victim.

end of story
"

Nice. Here's some free advice for you: "It is better to be believed an idiot, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt."

RighteousReasoner said...

Sir, that is what the venerable Master W.D. Fard Muhammad has instructed me to believe.

By insulting me, you are insulting Him.

May Allah have mercy on your soul!!

superduper said...

"Sir, that is what the venerable Master W.D. Fard Muhammad has instructed me to believe."

You're right. It is unfair for me to call you an idiot... you could be a bigot!
It's like the square and the rectangle theorem: All bigots are idiots, but not all idiots are bigots! Hmmmm...

But your reply begs the question,
do you not do any thinking for yourself?

May Allah have mercy on YOUR soul!

Two Dogs said...

If Barry Obama gets elected, RP gets no capital gains. He will be taxed at 28% on all of his stock dividends. Obama hates sports and athletes, especially the Negro athlete. Barry operates from his white half mind and ignores his black half mind.

nation_of_islam_sportsblog said...

"at any job "

SIr, last time we checked, student-athletes were not employees of the university.

But we thank you for the unrelated analogy.

superduper said...

"SIr, last time we checked, student-athletes were not employees of the university.

But we thank you for the unrelated analogy.
"

:shakes head in disbelief:

NOISE,

The athletes are part of a TEAM. And the same expectations are applicable re: the notifications of family emergencies, unscheduled absences, etc...

Clearly, this is beyond your comprehension (as are most reasonable concepts) and must be spelled out in painstaking detail for you and your weak minded sheep.

Stale Variety said...

"Gentlemen, let us be clear.

A vote for Righteous Half-Negro Obama is a vote for RP himself."

Agreed, sir. I do believe Obama has plans to address the RP issue directly in his next address to the nation.

A wonder he hasn't yet

Joseph said...

If I'm white, and I regularly read this site in enjoyment, am I still the white devil?

Also, Danny Green is the shit, and along with Brandon Rush, my favorite player in the country!

RighteousReasoner said...
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RighteousReasoner said...

Joseph, of course you are.

Thanks for your question!

No need to buttress your inner desire to be a Negro by mentioning that your favorite players are Negroes. Silly palefaces...

nation_of_islam_sportsblog said...

"Clearly, this is beyond your comprehension (as are most reasonable concepts) and must be spelled out in painstaking detail for you and your weak minded sheep."

Sir, 'team'?

Really, his FIRST responsibility is to the 'team'? Not his family? Not hisself?

Indeed, if you were to be shaving in the morning, walked out into your kitchen and found your wife dead. Your first instinct is to call you employer and let them know you won't be in that day?

Sir, you can insult us with your well worn name calling; it does not phaze us. For, if your instinct is first that of allegiance to your employer...then the devil has trained you well. You aren't human.

Although, we do admit. We have presented a poor analogy.

RP is no employee.

He was an emotionally devasted student-athlete who needed, first and foremost, the comfort of his family.

Obviously, he knew that if he alerted LSU and Miles, the response would have been that he should stay for the meeting. The 'team' comes first

Who can blame him for just going?

Can't you see that this is all just a gloriously complicated and insidious rouse employed by LSU/Miles to ensure that the chains holding RP remain strong? Do you doubt that he will be the QB in the fall? Of course he will.

But they want him to be a QB with a broken spirit and subserviant soul.

Vote Obama, for strength of spirit and independence of soul.

ZEKE said...

""Vote Obama, for strength of spirit and independence of soul."

i heard that an internal memo leaked and the first thing Barry is going to try to get pushed thru congress is reparations for the lazy decendents of slaves.

Keven said...

"Can't you see that this is all just a gloriously complicated and insidious rouse employed by LSU/Miles to ensure that the chains holding RP remain strong? Do you doubt that he will be the QB in the fall? Of course he will."

This whole thing reminds me of the post you made last year about Demetrius Jones ditching Notre Dame, then ND getting bitchy and not releasing him right away from his scholarship.

They used the same excuse. After Weis named him starting QB an yanked him way prematurely in the first game, the kid said 'peace out, fat fuck'...and left. And ND, the vindicative self loathing catholics that they are, said that since he didn't properly 'alert' ND about his intentions they would not release him.

Niggah puhleeeeze!

Dave the Wave said...

"vindicative "


niggah puhleeze!

RockyJasons said...

"...it does not 'phaze' us..."
"...and insidious 'rouse' employed..."

Geesus, giv us murcy.

Stale Variety said...

"Vote Obama, for strength of spirit and independence of soul."

Agreed, sir!!

Perplexing why so many silly white devils are voting for him..don't they know that the spiritual emancipation of the black athlete is at hand? It is against their very nature to desire such a thing!

Perplexing indeed.

RighteousReasoner said...

"Can't you see that this is all just a gloriously complicated and insidious rouse employed by LSU/Miles to ensure that the chains holding RP remain strong"

Brilliant! I no longer need to watch comedy shows to get a cheap laugh, all I gotta do is show up here. Way to throw in the slavery reference.

nation_of_islam_sportsblog said...

"Geesus, giv us murcy."

Sir, we apologize for our quickly typed out, error laden response.

Certainly, the content of your Miss Crabapple-like-spell-check response was worth posting to correct us.

Thank you.

RighteousReasoner said...

From Yahoo! Sports, regarding RP:

In May 2007 he was suspended from the team after he was cited for trying to illegally board a Baton Rouge riverboat casino by using his older brother’s driver’s license. He was reinstated in August.

In October, the week before the Alabama game, he was barred from practice for his role in a nightclub brawl

--
Surely those suspensions leveled by Miles/LSU were gloriously complicated and insidious rouses to ensure that the chains holding RP remained strong.
Oh but thats right, this has already been addressed in a previous post. Those youthful transgressions are easily attributeable to being the most sought after high school QB recruit in the country and the window dressing and special treatment lavished upon him in the effort to bring him to LSU.

It is all becoming clear now!
Allah be praised!

RockyJasons said...

"Sir, we apologize for our quickly typed out, error laden response."

Apology accepted...
but really, 'phaze?'

nation_of_islam_sportsblog said...

"Way to throw in the slavery reference."

Sir, would were the resonating effects of slavery not so deeply intertwined with the plight of Negro America; or so unified with the institutions so vehemently defending the powers (read: white devils) the be that we would be able to avert the occassional reminder that for near 400 years the Original Man was mistreated in this land of freedom, equality and opportunity.

Would that we could comment on the delusional offerings of the mainstream media without being forced to reference the holocaust like decimation of generations of Original Man which has led to the unrest of a continent and the caste system of this country.

We do not choose to make such references. The tactics of the mainstream media and the plantation owners they market for force us.

nation_of_islam_sportsblog said...

"In May 2007 he was suspended from the team after he was cited for trying to illegally board a Baton Rouge riverboat casino by using his older brother’s driver’s license. He was reinstated in August."

Sir, the driver license fiasco was simply a misunderstanding. RP picked up his brothers wallet by accident. He didn't realize the mistake until the helpful river boat ID checker pointed it out. He said thank you, and went back home; educated in the newly found knowledge that one had to be a certain age to enter the establishment.

"In October, the week before the Alabama game, he was barred from practice for his role in a nightclub brawl"

If you read the full disclosure, his 'role' in the brawl was simply being in the establishment and being recognizeable.

ZEKE said...

"If you read the full disclosure, his 'role' in the brawl was simply being in the establishment and being recognizeable."

don't you think the kid should know he doesn't belong in a casino or a bar when he isn't 21? or that it would be a good idea for a high profile MINOR not to do such things?

Dave the Wave said...

"don't you think the kid should know he doesn't belong in a casino or a bar when he isn't 21? or that it would be a good idea for a high profile MINOR not to do such things?"

the kid should stay home and out of trouble.

nation_of_islam_sportsblog said...

"the kid should stay home and out of trouble."

Sir, possibly LSU might be interested in errecting a little shack next to Death Valley. And chaining RP inside the shack.

Two hours a day they could let him out to practice.

And on Saturdays, they could put him in the trust of the Boss and have him perform in games.

Hows that sound?

RockyJasons said...

"don't you think the kid should know he doesn't belong in a casino or a bar when he isn't 21? or that it would be a good idea for a high profile MINOR not to do such things?"

The evil white coach obviously never educated the young righteous black athlete regarding these white man's laws. Thus, it is clearly the fault of Miles and his staff that he (the rightous young black athlete) was attempting to illegally enter the club.

Wake up man!

Malcom Hex said...

"Hows that sound?"

sounds like it was done for about 300 years in Lousianna.

nation_of_islam_sportsblog said...

"The evil white coach obviously never educated the young righteous black athlete regarding these white man's laws. Thus, it is clearly the fault of Miles and his staff that he (the rightous young black athlete) was attempting to illegally enter the club."

Sir, now you are being silly.

But if you don't think the priveleged treatment that RP received during recruitment didn't lead him to believe that a different set of rules applied to him.

Then you are dumber than you think you are.

Dave the Wave said...

"sounds like it was done for about 300 years in Lousianna."

those would be called, "the golden years', douchenozzle

Kenneth said...

This is my first time to ever read this blog. Please tell me that I am right in assuming these posts are satirical? I am bookmarking this....absolutely hilarious.

Dave the Wave said...

"Please tell me that I am right in assuming these posts are satirical?"

nope. much like your comment; the posts here were written by a retard.