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Thursday, July 10, 2008

Matt Jones:Out of Control Illegalities Leading to Sale of Team?

Jaguars' wide receiver Matt Jones was arrested early this AM for possibly supporting terrorism and certainly supporting the infiltration of, and concerted effort to destroy the Negro community through the CIA's drug expansion program.

Jones was caught in his car with various illegal substances. In enough quantity to, at least initially, invite a felony charge.

We have no doubt that Jones stature as one of the handful of color-free receivers in the league will eventually lead to a reduction or dismissal of charges.

The question really becomes, how will the team and Roger Goodell handle this?

Goodell has endeavored to walk softly and carry a big stick. At least in relation to the Negro offenders of the arbitrary and undefined league rules.

How will Goddell handle this? Particularly if it ends up being a felony charge.

We are already getting a clear sense of how the Jaguars' ownership intends to handle the shame Jones has brought the team:

The Philadelphia Daily News reported that owner Wayne Weaver was negotiating to sell the Jaguars to billionaire C. Dean Metropoulos, who might consider moving the team to Los Angeles.

Clearly, the connection between the arrest of the Great White Hope Wide Receiver and ownership's purported abandonment of the team and the city is unmistakable.

As fans of the NFL, we are awash in the shame that Jones has brought the league and his team.

And, we respect Weaver's desire to distance himself and the city of Jacksonville from Jones and his misanthropic, Negro-community-sabotaging-thru-personal-use-of-street-drugs lifestyle.

We applaud the owner of the Jags for showing his support for the Negro community in this manner.

Clearly, this is what you can expect when you allow white players off the line or out from behind center.

Off Topic: Invading Jesse Jackson's Privacy

By now you have heard.

Certainly the white, mainstream media is rejoicing in the tawdry reporting of what amounts to gossip. 'News' outlets are unequivocally revealing that they are little more than OK! or People magazine; replete in the delight that reporting on the private conversation of Jesse Jackson brings them.

Bill O'Reilly chose to figuratively rape and pillage Rev. Jackson's privacy by running tape gathered through the use of a hidden microphone. It was a devious endeavor, clearly engineered with the support of American intelligence agents. Jackson, unaware that a hidden microphone was engaged --a microphone deviously hidden in plain sight-- was lured into a discussion by a fellow guest. A guest, we might add, who may or may not have been compliant in the unlikely scheme.

Jackson was lured into making derogatory comments insinuating that he would be a proponent of the eunichization of presumptive Presidential election winner Barack Obama.

After becoming aware of the entraptive sting, Jackson issued a formal and genuine apology. An apology that was accepted wholly and with no question asked by Obama.

This should have been the end of the story. If Obama realized the whole thing was a set up and wearily dismissed this mainstream media attempt to fractionalize Negro voters; then why continue with the story?

Obviously, the opportunity to once again entrap Rev. Jackson and possibly take his comments out of context --we will never know the real context, as these tapes may have not been edited-- and ignite a negative media campaign against Rev. Jackson is too difficult a firestorm for the few rational heads in the news business to fan out.

The whole thing is a replay of the ancient 'Hymietown' incident. That fiasco involved remarks Jackson made in confidence to a reporter; never knowing that his feelings about Jews would be reported by the mainstream media!

Perhaps the most unfortunate turn of events in all this is the response of Jackson's own son.

Jackson's comments sparked something of a family feud. His son, Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., said he was disappointed by his father's "reckless statements."

"His divisive and demeaning comments about the presumptive Democratic nominee — and I believe the next president of the United States — contradict his inspiring and courageous career," the younger Jackson said.

It is heartbreaking to see Jackson the younger play into the hands of the mainstream media with his remarks.

Clearly, white America is no longer simply happy trying to destroy Jackson's reputation.

Now, the mission is to destroy his familial relations.

For all the damage being attempted, we are proud to acknowledge that Obama did not take the bait.

Clearly, this is yet another example of his ability to rise above the fray and retain his dignity in the face of controversy. Proving his mettle and fitness for his ordained position as head of the free world.

We are left to wonder:

Just how would John McCain handle a situation in which a possibly un-ordained minister directed malicious intentions toward his dangling manhood?

Obama '08.

Jesse can't castrate!

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Griffin over Jackson: Upset, or just Upsetting?

The pug nosed, cauliflower eared challenger certainly looked like he took the brunt of the punches when the final bell rang. His pasty skin was split and bleeding. His light eyes showed the 1000 yard stare of a shell shocked casualty of war.

And, the faithless look on his face when the "judges'" score cards were read and his hand was hoisted in 'victory' gave away his own personal disbelief. His own doubt. His own understanding that he was a pawn in the game. That for this moment, though his body and mind told him that he was beaten by his opponent, he was the 'champion'.

Almost all accounts of the fight between Forrest Griffin and Rampage Jackson question the decision. Most say that at best, Griffin might have earned a draw. Few that we have read do not question what sort of math the judges used to give Griffin the unanimous decision and the belt.

Famed MMA trainer, Juanito Ibarra (who has trained at least one UFC champion), had a cage-side seat for the fight. Ibarra has been cage-side for the past few UFC light heavyweight title fights. He, as much as anyone, is qualified to sort out the judging.

He was baffled that Byrd and Silbert gave Griffin a 10-9 advantage in the first round, during which Jackson dropped the challenger. In Ibarra's view, the knockdown warranted a 10-8 round in Jackson's favor. He believes Jackson won the third and fourth rounds on 10-9 scores, though he said Griffin deserved a 10-8 second round and a 10-9 fifth. That comes out to a 47-46 win for Jackson. - from

We just hope this wasn't the UFC and the judges' way of sending a message to Jackson. In a presser prior to the fight, Jackson acknowledged that much of his passion for MMA is based on the joy of getting the chance to beat up white people without repercussions.

Unfortunately, it seems Dana White is sending Rampage a pretty clear message:

Beating up white people will now come with a price.


Thursday, July 3, 2008

Rampage Jackson: Love of Beating Up White People

Yahoo Sports' Dan Wetzel ran a column yesterday detailing a press conference held by the one and only UFC light heavyweight champion of the world, Rampage Jackson.

The column detailed some of Rampage's history, shedding light on a few of the things that have formed the man who today is on the verge of becoming the face of the UFC.

Perhaps the most interesting tidbit of information:

“I’m not fighting so more black people get into fighting. Black people can do whatever they want. White people can do whatever they want to do."

Clearly, while Mr. Jackson's intention may not be to pave the way for a Negro dominated UFC; one can't help but believe that, in time, it will.

Particularly when more Negroes become aware of just why Mr. Jackson so loves MMA.

“Because I can beat up white people and not get in trouble.”

Sounds like it is time for a Sean Jean or FUBU line of MMA sportswear!

It's only a matter of time before countless other Brothers find the same joy that Mr. Jackson has discovered!

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Barry Bonds: Finally, His Ball In The Hall!


After negotiating and negotiating with Mark Ecko, the procurer of Barry Bonds record breaking ball, the Hall of Fame will be able to display the ball.

Supposedly, the point of contention was that Ecko originally wanted to loan it to the Hall, but the Hall will only accept unconditional donations. In other words, the Hall demanded to be the soul possessor of Bond's ball.

Certainly, we originally thought the hold up was this absurd 'trial' and all the rumors and innuendo that have contaminated Bonds' legacy. It's comforting to know that the Hall is not casting judgment or taking sides prior to a fair and reasonable resolution of Bonds' situation.

Our next concern was that the Hall was taking an opportunity to mitigate Bonds' accomplishment by making some sort of 'statement' through the display. But, the classy way that Mark McGwire's ball was displayed (with no insinuation or innuendo pointing towards his connection to the performance enhancement allegations) certainly lets us know that this is simply a museum documenting Bonds record.

Perhaps the most enjoyable aspect of the entire process is Mark Ecko's personal tribute to Bonds. Ecko, a fashion designer with a flair for artistic design, added his very own personal touch to the ball. He branded it.

Ecko branded the ball with a unique star design, custom fashioned to symbolize the amplitude of Bonds' achievement.

Thank you, Baseball Hall of Fame, enshriners of alleged KKK members Rogers Hornsby and Tris Speaker, for making sure you gave Barry Bonds a special place in the Hall. And for taking the time to draw special attention to his most precious artifact...when you never took the time to do so for the so many pieces of memorabilia commemorating the achievements of caucazoid players who may or may not have engaged in questionable activities.

Barry Bonds: the true 'star' of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

NBA: New Oversight of Officials

In a largely symbolic maneuver, the NBA has created a new position.

As response to the loss of credibility generated by cheating scandals, the league has commissioned a senior vice president for referee operations.

Certainly, the coupling of poor refereeing and cheating has pushed the league to the point that salvaging any fan confidence in the NBA's credibility will take massive effort and genuine regulatory oversight.

Ronald L. Johnson, a two-star general who recently retired from active duty as deputy commanding general of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, will be responsible for all aspects of the NBA's officiating program, including recruiting, training and development, scheduling, data management and analysis, and work rules enforcement.

While a military commander certainly is attention getting, is appointing such an individual truly the optimal solution?

Johnson said in a statement. "Although I don't have a basketball background, other than as a lifelong fan, I am confident that my experience as an Army commander and engineer has equipped me to bring leadership and innovation to the NBA's exceptional officiating program."

Indeed. When corruption and institutional lack of control are in question, most would call in the Army Corps of Engineers to solve the problem.

"Ron's wealth of leadership and management experience, together with his engineering expertise in areas such as systems analysis, processes, and operations, make him an ideal candidate to lead our officiating program," commissioner David Stern said.

While we respect Gen. Johnson's resume, we still question if this is the best route for the league to take. Certainly, systems analysis and quality improvement are nice touches; but the problem is the corruption that existed (or exists) and how that corruption now marries with the fans' perception of there being many, many bad calls.

Analysis and process review are wonderful tools, but do they address that which is broken here?

There are two simpler and better options.

Option one: Bring in a prison warden.

Prison wardens are leaders, problem solvers and administrators all rolled into one. They are used to dealing with the soulless parasites of society who would take the opportunity to scavenge off the hard work of others. This is a perfect match!

As the predominately white, corrupt officials manipulate the outcomes of the games to fulfill their corruptery promises; who suffers? The predominately Negro players. That's who.

Players who live and die for the outcome of the games. Working themselves to near death in practices (see Allen Iverson) for the chance at glory and victory. Only to see the dream extinguished when a predominately white referee fears losing his vig!

We can go back to dressing the refs in the prison tradition of black and white stripes.

Option two: Enforce a ruling that the racial composition of the referee pool should match that of the league.

This would effectively do away with the majority of the slithery, white caucazoids and their weakness for gambling.

Additionally, it would probably allow for less conflict between players and refs, as there would be a far better avenue of communication through shared cultured.

This plan provides a positive boost for the league's image and fan perception.

So, clearly, while the NBA's current solution seems --at face value-- to offer possibilities for improvement; it doesn't address the root cause of the problem.

And more importantly, it doesn't bring race into the equation.

Nice try, NBA, but we see right through your smoke and mirrors...constructed by the Army Corps of Engineers.