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  1. bigunreal

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    Thanks, TJR- didn't know that many whites had spoken out. I guess it didn't do them much good. However, we know that keeping silent certainly hasn't worked.

    Don- I think it's great that Pennington spoke up about how impressive Hartline has looked. Although, he did also mention Turner in the same vein, who is a direct competitor. Of course I don't think he, or any other present player, should mention race. But to simply praise a white teammate or, more importantly, lobby for them to get more playing time, will not be seen as racist (unless they bring up every white player on the roster).

    What I was objecting to in the case of Palmer is his totally unnecessary public comments about Scott. Even if Leonard wasn't competing with him, why should any civilized white player be lobbying for yet another thug with a criminal past as a teammate? Similarly, he should be disgusted that the career criminal Chris Henry was brought back to the team again. Instead, he goes out of his way to publicly mention how impressive he's been. That's what makes the situation worse-whites volunteering comments no one is even expecting them to make.

    I forgot to mention another recent example where a white star made totally unnecessary comments. Why did Brian Urlacher feel the need to trash new QB Jay Cutler privately, so that big mouth Bobby Wade could leak them to the media? With a team as black as the Bears, Urlacher should be welcoming such a talent. What did Cutler do to deserve that? Object to his idiotic new coach attempting to replace him for no reason? Not only would every black QB object a lot more strongly (remember the furor last year when McNabb was benched for a single half), the media would be symathetic and talk about how he was being "disrespected." Urlacher's evident dislike for Cutler (and I have no reason to believe he didn't make such comments) reveal that media propaganda works very well on the few high profile white players in the league.

    Cutler may be going through a bit of a hard time initially, due to his (for a white player) outspoken nature, but I think we need more of that. Cutler and Philip Rivers are two of the white players who impress me most, primarily because they seem to have the fire and passion so many white players suppress. As long as they keep showing that great talent on the field, eventually they'll be completely accepted and perhaps pave the way for a few up and coming white players to feel comfortable in speaking up for themselves. Rivers is already, I think, the unquestioned leader of the Chargers.
     
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    Remember football minds want CRIMINAL blacks on the team. They don't want the negative publicity, but they DO want the psycho mindset of the nut-job thugs. It's a difficult tight rope the white football power structure walks but it's what they want. They believe that in cultural marxist america the fans want to see drooling, animalistic negroes, running, jumping, jiving, and dancing on a football field. It's like the theatrics of pro-wrestling, the over-the-top trash talking and childish dancing and celebrating is what the NFL power structure wants.

    White players = boring = low ratings and attendence. Guys like us that admire the game and respect decent behavior are a minority of the fans. Most fans are addicted to extreme entertainment and want everything they see to create a visual sensory experience by being outlandish and unusual.

    White players don't fit the bill. Maybe if a white guy shaved his head, and got tats, and piercings, and acted like some kind of savage, he would get some play but there is not one single white ball-handler that does anything like that. (there are some LB's and DB's that are something like that). And when a white guy tries a high-step or end-zone dance he is mocked anyway.

    The NFL wants it's scripted drama, shucking and jiving blacks, and white boy scouts. That is why there is no end to the recycling of criminal and animalistic black players in the NFL.
     
  3. SoberWF

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    Jaxvid, that about sums it up. I hate to admit that I totally agree.
     
  4. Thrashen

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    Bigunreal, I believe you made the same sort of argument about Jason Witten randomly gushing over Pacman Jones during a locker room interview. This is the exact same situation. What you're suggesting these prominent white players engage in is a awesome suggestion....however, I'm positive that the VAST majority of white players (even skill players) fully accept their respective roles...dogmas which are clearly set forth in the media and DWF bibles. Therein lies the flaw in prominent white players "speaking up."

    They simply don't see the need or the reason...because they are not only part of the system's little game, they fully accept it and cheer along with their drunken white jock-sniffing bretheran. If none of the white players have yet to "speak up," after the myriad of atrocities that have transpired over the past 25-30 years....I expect NOTHING but the party line in the years to come.

    As Don said, you'll be tripping over your beard before any white man, woman, or child with any sort of authority so much as SUGGESTS that whites are being treated unfairly. Do you know why? Because absolutely no "celebrity" that the common man is "permitted" to see/hear/believe is not "un-scripted." In other words, they are all hand-picked for a specific reason (to further an agenda), and handled with a tight leash.

    Bigunreal, it's great to see you posting again....I've personally missed your insight on many subjects. Thanks
     
  5. The Hock

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    Right on post Jaxvid.

    I totally agree and I don't hate to admit it.

    Damn that was right on.

    Edited by: The Hock
     
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    Once a PC dogma is mocked its power wanes. If we take our knowledge of the caste system and convert it to shrieks of protest it will do little since in the big picture of PC sports are part of black uplift by the genorous god figure libs, and a little hurt on white men is nothing to worry about. But mock PC as a joke reduces the all important "Authority" and the consent it implies.
     
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    Former Rutgers standout Brian Leonard moving up depth chart with Cincinnati Bengals
    by Star-Ledger Staff
    Monday August 10, 2009, 12:00 PM

    The Cincinnati Bengals cut running back Kenny Watson on Monday, a move that could bode well for former Rutgers fullback Brian Leonard.

    Leonard, traded to the Bengals by the St. Louis Rams this offseason, is now the second running back on the Bengals depth chart.

    According to a report on the Bengals website, Leonard has impressed so far during training camp with his versatility. Just as he did at Rutgers, Leonard has excelled blocking, running and catching the ball.

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    bengal report on leonard
     
  8. WHITE NOISE

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    The Bengals will go out and get at least two more black backs before they ever allow Leonard to be the second running back. Don't hold your breath waiting to see him carry the ball this year. Leonard will be used as a human battering ram, which is his rightful position in the Caste NFL.

    I know my post is pessimistic, but just wait for the season to bare it out before torching me on this one.
     
  9. White Power

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    I can't continue with my sanity and allow myself to be so pessimistic about the caste system. I think that it has to get better. How can we continue to beleive that the NFL is racists if one of caste players has a breakout season. I am predicting that some white player will breakout this year and the leauge will take notice. I am going to think positive for a change, and hope for the best.
     
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    white power each year one of our guys have a break out year (Furrey,Hillis) and what happens ??

    the team they play for go out and fill thier roster to push the white guy further down the depth chart
     
  11. Jimmy Chitwood

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    from the Bengals.com blog:
    keep up the good work, Brian! while this is good news, i still think he should be the starter ...
     
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    Just finished watching HBO's Hard Knocks featuring the Bengals. I had hoped to see some footage or interviews on Brian, instead I had to keep down my dinner from exploding out of my mouth. I guess HBO is also in on demoralizing whites in general and the NFL specifically. The only white that was not dragged through the mud was Carson Palmer.

    I think I saw Brian's face twice but nothing else. The episode futured the great Affelets/criminals. The whites,(a strong safety)they featured where made fun of and catagorically said "don't have chance of starting," but did save a life of lady in a car accident. The white tightend featured was nicknamed "crash dummy" and made to look dumb you get my point.

    To add salt to the wound, the white safety caused them to lose the pre season game. Same old story.

    They had a segment of three affelets competing for the fullback job. Someone fill me in, is Brian going to be the back up tailback or half back? He was not mentioned in this competion amoung the three negros. Anyways I will keep watching to see how Brian does. God, I hate looking and listening to these idiot affelets and their white enablers.
     
  14. WHITE NOISE

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    Brian Leonard will be used primarily as a human battering ram to open holes for the more melanin gifted affletes, special teams wedge breaker and obligatory practice dummy nothing more.
     
  15. backrow

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    yeah, Brian is at the moment a backup runningback.
     
  16. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Leonard, Rams have a date.

     
  17. whiteathlete33

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    Leonard is having a good camp and is second on the depth chart after Cedric Benson. At least they have him as a runningback and not fullback but Benson will have to be injured before Leonard gets carries.
     
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    <H1>Leonard adds catchy look to offense</H1>


    Look for running back Brian Leonard to get some touches for the Bengals Thursday night in their preseason game against St. Louis at Paul Brown Stadium.



    For the Rams, seeing Leonard could be a little like looking in the mirror and seeing something different looking back.


    The Rams know Leonard well â€" they drafted him in the second round in 2007 out of Rutgers â€" but they never quite figured out how best to use him.


    As a Bengal, Leonard is in a backup role to Cedric Benson at running back but is confident that when he does play, he'll be used for his strengths.


    As a rookie in 2007, Leonard had seven starts with the Rams and played in every game, totaling 303 rushing yards on 86 carries and 183 receiving yards on 30 catches. Last year, he was limited to two games because of shoulder injury.

    Despite his receiving ability at running back, the 6-foot-1, 230-pound Leonard had the size of a fullback, and the Rams couldn't resist using him there as well.

    "They really didn't know how to use me," said Leonard, whom the Bengals acquired in a May trade that sent defensive tackle Orien Harris to St. Louis. "A lot of guys are first- and second-down backs, or third-down backs. At my size, I'm kind of a hybrid. But from the very first day I came over here, they (the Bengals) said, ‘We want you as a running back, a guy who's going to be versatile catching the ball out of the backfield and running it, too.' I think those are my best attributes."Â

    Leonard, 25, is a valuable special teams player, too. He's a good pass-blocker and a solid route-runner, and he can blast for the extra yard.

    The ability of Leonard and Benson to catch the ball out of the backfield has added a new dimension to the Bengals' offense, coordinator Bob Bratkowski said.

    "Let's say (wide receivers) Chad (Ochocinco) and Laveranues (Coles) are getting double-covered â€" the tight end and the halfback are the ones who get the single coverage," Bratkowski said. "You can generate some things off of that â€" like a running back (catching the ball out of the backfield). It's kind of like Moses parting the Red Sea. If you can get them (the defenders) all out of there and get that back one-on-one, it can be pretty neat."Â

    Said Leonard: "You've got room to make a move, and that's what running backs love â€" an opportunity to make someone miss."Â

    Leonard grew up in the northern New York town of Gouverneur â€" population 7,418. Making the move from his small-town life to college required an adjustment.

    "I was really sheltered,"Â Leonard said. "When I went to Rutgers, I learned that there were some really good people (in Jersey), but there were also some people who aren't so good. You have to watch your back."Â

    He said hasn't found that to be the case in Cincinnati. Leonard lives downtown, and likes the friendliness of the people and all of the restaurants that are within walking distance.

    He remembers coming out of Gouverneur to Rutgers and thinking, "If only I can just get on the field."Â

    And so he ran the ball as if his life outside Gouverneur depended on it.

    Leonard turned into a four-year starter for the Scarlet Knights and by the time he graduated he owned the Rutgers school records for receptions (207), touchdowns (45) and rushing attempts (678). He also had the program's fifth-most career rushing yards with 2,775.

    Leonard didn't just carry the ball in college. He had at least one catch in each of the 47 games he played in for Rutgers, a Big East Conference record.

    Wearing Bengals stripes isn't Leonard's first brush with Cincinnati. His Rutgers teams had a couple memorable matchups against the University of Cincinnati Bearcats.

    "As a junior (in 2005), we put a pretty good whuppin' on them,"Â Leonard said, "but my senior year we came in here 9-0, No. 6 in the country, and they just whupped our butts."Â

    Even before his senior year at Rutgers, Leonard knew he had a future in professional football.

    "By the end of my sophomore year, I started to think, ‘I can compete with all of these guys who are out here,' " he said.
    http://news.cincinnati.com/article/20090825/SPT02/308250095/Leonard+catching+on+with+Bengals
     
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    Just finished watching the 2nd episode of Hard Knocks. And thankfully they did a 180 degree turn around. They featured a kickass white DB, Bob Nelson and our man Brian Leonard. The pieces on them were all excellent and protrayed them as intregal players in the Bengals success!

    Which means they had to spend almost half the show on 85. Chad is not only a superstar, philospher, bargin shopper, comedian but punter and field goal kicker. A jack of all trades if you will. Just when I thought I was free of caste just for one evening, HBO ensured that I was not![​IMG]
     
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    Tom Nelson!!
     
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    I don't suppose one of you guys could give a more in-depth summary of the Hard Knocks stuff that featured Leonard for us poor bastards that don't have HBO. I'm very curious how he's portrayed and how he's treated by teammates and coaches.
     
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    Jared, great to hear from you. I hope to see you around this football season. Your posts are some of the best here at CF for educating people on the fence about the caste system.

    Anyway, when I was still living in Jersey (right before I moved back to Ontario) I heard a Rutgers fan talk about how "versatile" Leonard is and how he could be a good 3rd down back and catch passes out of the backfield for Cinci. I asked him, "why can't he be a featured runner in the NFL? He has good size, measurables and has had solid production with lots of carries before. In fact Leonard has almost exactly equaled Benson's career YPC in the NFL and did it as a rookie with 3 and 4 starting o-linemen out in his 3 games started along with Bulger missing a game and Issac Bruce missed a game as well. He had a 100 yard game on 5.7 YPC against a good Cardinals D in that circumstance also."

    I should have added...It's ridiculous really. If Lendale White and Le'ron McClain can get so many carries with extremely pedestrian production for Lendale and a 4.88 40 time for McClain than why isn't Leonard considered a tailback?
     
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    From fantasy site Rotoworld:

    "According to beat writer Joe Reedy, Bengals rookie Bernard Scott has leapfrogged Brian Leonard as the favorite for backup running back duties.

    Leonard had been above Scott on the depth chart throughout training camp, but the rookie has shown much more playmaking ability. DeDe Dorsey reportedly took the lead for the No. 3 back, which could leave Leonard fighting for a roster spot. None of this is written in stone, so keep an eye out for depth chart changes this week."


    I realize this may be wishful thinking on the part of these typical fantasy caste whores, but it is hard to imagine a scenario where a white RB beats out one of the most promising young criminals since the heydey of Corey Dillon, for a spot on the league's most thug-friendly team.

    To show once again just how hopeless the situation is, this "news" comes on the heels of a preseason game in which Scott's costly fumble was returned for a touchdown, and Leonard scored a short TD and had a 22 yard yard pass reception on only a handful of opportunities.
     
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    F--k the NFL! I can't believe anyone could actually believe this s--t is legit. The American DWFs really have peanut butter for brains. It is so obvious what is going on in this racist Pandora's box called the NFL!

    I was the first to post about what a loser this Division II perpetual criminal Bernard Scott is: Idiot Bengals Draft Bernard Scott. NFLdraftscout had said in their analysis that he is neither big, fast or strong. They also reported- he was apparently arrested at least 5 times and he's already 25 years old as a rookie. Amazing that fellow DII player Woodhead (younger, 2nd most productive college career at RB EVER, better measurables and a class act) can't even get drafted, yet Scott may now become a starter overnight. Scott is a perfect fit for the the Cincinnati Felons..uh I mean Bengals.Edited by: ToughJ.Riggins
     

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