Saturday, November 9, 2013

RB v. Lies In Miami's Martin/Incognito Bullygate

Real Brother here. Play Resumes.

Whenever you repeatedly have to set the record straight on an incident you know you need to blog about it so when they start that crap about blacks identifying with that racist monster Richie Incognito more than they do Johnathon Martin you can simply post the blog instead of say one more time that they have it all wrong.

The latest dishonest black liar to get it all wrong is Jason Reid, a writer for the Washington Post you can read his nonsense here:  http://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/redskins/miami-dolphins-blacks-support-for-richie-incognito-in-nfl-bullying-affair-is-troubling/2013/11/08/de154eda-48ba-11e3-bf0c-cebf37c6f484_story.html?Post+generic=%3Ftid%3Dsm_twitter_washingtonpost   

Make no mistake, blacks are NOT hired at these Conservative owned media conglomerates unless they fully understand that they are to support their Corporate Masters at each and every turn any attempt to even accidentally slip in the truth will make what Incognito did to Martin look like a wedgie.

Its crazy because blacks like myself who aren't allowed anywhere near Conservative owned media aren't stupid we know if we simply bash black culture, black people and this black President every chance we get we can get paid and all the sudden we're so much smarter and better than real brothers and sista's inclined to tell the truth.

What they don't know is their audience isn't stupid. They know you know why the black Dolphin players are siding with Incognito, Dolphin management and the NFL. Johnathon Martin ain't signin' nary a check, those racists are.

"But for me, what’s most disturbing is that several misguided African American Dolphins players — Mike Wallace, Mike Pouncey, Brent Grimes and Michael Egnew have been among Incognito’s most vocal defenders — identify more closely with Martin’s alleged tormentor than they do with Martin. Their support for Incognito shows the wrongheaded thinking that can arise from the locker-room culture and long-standing beliefs in the African American community about what behavior is socially acceptable for blacks."  ~Jason Reid

That argument is so damn dumb its stupid. At the heart of the lame argument is the belief that black culture is defined as stupid, uneducated, degenerate and dumb so if you're black and you see President Obama doesn't fit that absurd narrative then you more identify with Ted Nugent.

No as I said the black players would catch Holy Hell if they went against the notion that whites no matter how dumb, vulgar, offensive, racist are, at the end of the day white and that's where the power is. We live in a society where white is right even when its wrong.

"The other black players on the Dolphins roster would no sooner call Incognito on his racism then Jason Reid would." ~RB

No, what's socially acceptable for blacks is to not think that its OK to belittle and put down the blacks who weren't born with the silver spoon in their mouths or that its somehow an egregious crime to treat the House Negro the same as you do the brothers who have a clue.

We don't know if Martin was arrogant and thought he was too good to be perceived as black by the rest of the team but we do know he was black.  If that's what Incognito was doing to other black players and Martin didn't come to their defense then why in the hell would he think they would come to his when their paychecks were in question?

We know damn good and well there are two sides to this story but the racist owned media doesn't want to present the side of players that didn't go to Stanford, who's parents didn't go to Harvard for the very same racist nonsense reason that won't allow them to put any real brothers or sista's on their writing staffs. The notion that blacks who aren't related to the Queen of England are somehow too stupid to know when bousgie blacks are thumbing their noses at us is crazy, please give us more credit than that.

"Dolphins players view Incognito as one of the guys. From Martin’s position on the outskirts of the locker room, he couldn’t see the inner circle. And being an outsider can make you a target in the unforgiving, alpha-male world of the NFL — especially if you’re African American."
~Jason Reid

I glanced at the University of Texas Accountability Report which compares the number of African-American incoming Freshmen at UT to see how the university is doing in regards to diversity admissions. For me far more important were the number of those African-Americans who graduate with their white, Asian and African peers.

A 2009 report that large numbers of black students were failing at UT was blamed on rap music and a culture that saw educational attainment as acting white. Yet, the black students who were allowed onto the Austin UT campus had to be the top students at their High Schools, these were the very students that were accused of acting white until they failed at UT then all the sudden they became 2PAC. No, well adjusted blacks can navigate both worlds and only get into trouble when they break out their fake British accent on Poetry Night at the Magic Johnson Starbucks.

"To African Americans on the Dolphins, Martin was a 6-foot-5, 312-pound oddball because his life experience was radically different from theirs. It’s an old story among African Americans. Too often, instead of celebrating what makes us different and learning from each other, we criticize more educated or affluent African Americans for not “keeping it real.” ~Jason Reid

Really? No really? How in the hell would anyone "KNOW" how anyone grew up by simply playing football next to them? Blacks don't hate on other blacks because of their upbringing that's just silly. But thinking you are better than me because of your upbringing to the point to where you have as much disdain for me as racist monster Incognito has well that's another story.

"Keeping it real means we're all black and we don't owe it to the black idiots who somehow think their upbringing makes them less black." ~RB

Reid quotes another black Idiot(not sure what race the guy is but still) who offers this: "Sometimes, in a gladiator sport like football, intelligence can be perceived as being soft.” ~Coy Wire

That's another lie. We're talking about black people here not white people. Blacks don't value dumb we can't afford to, we celebrate intelligence--96% of blacks voted for Obama-- knowledge, we seek it out embrace it as long as you don't thumb your nose at the Lil' People. We fail when we give blacks or anyone that has attained a certain educational status a pass for anti-social behavior because of their academic attainment. Its the basis for the phrase, gone to his head

Ironic how the very people touting Martin's education, intelligence and upper class upbringing will make the dummy move of accusing me of siding with the thugs the uneducated ghetto rats who don't study Russian Literature(you kidding me?). This is not about siding with the ghetto rats or the racist monster its about telling the truth that nobody is better then anybody not because of how they grew up or where they were educated.

This is about a racist bully who targeted a black guy who thought he had escaped being black because he went to Stanford. That's not smart, that's just plain dumb. Tiger, you listening?

Those are my thoughts as usual I invite yours.


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