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  1. Don Wassall

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    Letter to the Editor, August 1994 issue of The Nationalist Times newspaper:

    You touched upon some important topics in your outstanding editorial on the O. J. Simpson murder case in the July issue. I particularly agree with your assertion that black athletes are given far more hype and commercial endorsements than white athletes.

    I also agree that this is being done because of the system’s desperately fanatical attempts to make blacks (and integration and miscegenation) more acceptable to whites than would otherwise be the case, along with the long-term plan to phase out all whites except for the ruling class ones.

    It was fascinating to watch this year’s baseball season develop, before it was interrupted by a strike. Black “superstars” Ken Griffey, Jr. and Frank Thomas were being given all the hype early on, as they both got off to starts in this year of the “juiced” ball that threatened several longstanding offensive records from the Babe Ruth era. Griffey and Thomas were being made into gods, much like basketball players Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal, Charles Barkley, David Robinson, and others. Commercial endorsements galore and continual stories in Sports Illustrated and The Sporting News were, and are, the order of the day for Thomas and Griffey.

    Then, something unexpected and wonderful happened. Two white players began having even better years than Griffey and Thomas. Matt Williams, who had lingered just behind the two black gods in home runs for most of the season, passed both up and was suddenly the player with the best chance to pass the legendary 60 homers of Ruth and 61 of Roger Maris. And Jeff Bagwell suddenly ranked just behind Williams in homers, and first in virtually every other hitting category in the National League, putting together what looked to be the best all-around year since the 1930s.

    Neither Williams nor Bagwell has any commercial endorsements. But the media finally began to give them some grudging recognition for their outstanding performances. Both white men are quiet and modest, excellent role models, just the opposite of the typical flashy black athlete, who enjoys celebrating his good plays even more than his fans do, and who seems unable to avoid periodic brushes with the law. But both Bagwell and Williams perform in relative obscurity, because their skin color is politically incorrect in a system in which only blacks are supposed to be the best dunkers, running backs, receivers, boxers, and home run hitters.

    There is much more that could – and needs to be – said on the subject of anti-white racism in sports. Though many sports remain mostly or all white, the ones most promoted by the media are becoming almost totally black dominated. It is a curious role reversal: the once all-conquering, all-powerful white man, now impotent and the object of hatred and oppression in the land his forebears built, now devotes much of his non-working energies to cheering on the blacks who have displaced whites in professional sports, while his own life has become regulated, restricted, and increasingly meaningless.
     
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    A well thought out and astute piece of writing. It's amazing how every single word of something that was written 26 years ago applies today.
     
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    It really is. All you'd have to do is replace the names of past athletes with contemporary ones and it could be sent to any editor, right now.
     
  4. Don Wassall

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    More quarter-century old material from The Nationalist Times newspaper:

    September 1995 issue, editorial titled “Thank you, Cal”: America in many ways has become a place where traditional values and standards have been turned upside down, and sports is no exception. Not too long ago, professional athletes played mostly for pride. All that has changed in the past generation, as the decadence and greed which has ruined everything touched by Big Business and liberalism has come to the world of sports in a big way.

    Sports have become commercialized to the core, especially the ones dominated by blacks. Black athletes are glorified by Big Media, especially the arrogant, posturing, taunting, in-your-face mercenary types. Jewelry-bedecked jerks like Deion Sanders get all the attention and big corporate sponsorship contracts, while equally accomplished but much more modest-acting white athletes labor in obscurity. Even Dennis Rodman – who would probably be in prison for his antics if he were white – continues to do many commercials and enjoy a continuous media limelight.

    Seven different black basketball players are currently making movies during their brief off-season. Almost all commercials featuring athletes showcase blacks, as do most of the puff pieces put out by the media. Sports are a prime area in which blacks and their mannerisms are promoted as the epitome of masculinity and as role models for impressionable young people.

    That’s why it was such a magical moment when Cal Ripken, Jr. broke one of baseball’s most hallowed records on September 6th, when he played in his 2,131st consecutive game, breaking the great Lou Gehrig’s mark. Gehrig’s streak had always been at the top of lists of baseball records that were thought to be unbeatable.

    Baseball is first and foremost a game of numbers and statistics, more so than any other sport. It took Cal Ripken over 13 years to break Gehrig’s mark, doing so in an era when many players will not play when bothered by the least pain or injury, for fear of hurting their chances of getting the big multi-million dollar per year contract they have come to feel entitled to.

    Ripken went about his business with a genuinely humble attitude, the kind of character trait that deservedly used to result in great athletes becoming heroes, but which is now lost in a sea of competing megalomaniacs and pampered showboats screaming for attention. This is the era of the prancing and gyrating athlete cheering his own feats, no matter how undistinguished, as wildly as any fan.

    But Ripken’s persistence and consistency resulted in a record that brought him the national recognition he deserves. The fans of his team, the Baltimore Orioles, game him a 22-minute standing ovation after he broke the record, in a sweet, all-American celebration that will be remembered for many years to come.

    Cal Ripken is a true hero of Middle America, personifier of the virtues and values and work ethic the great silent majority still aspires to even after decades of being bombarded with ever increasing doses of liberal poison.

    That this country can still produce a modest hero with the values of Cal Ripken, Jr. gives us hope. That there are still so many Americans out there – unrepresented politically but still filled with the desire to see a return to the American Way of Life – who appreciate the virtues of Cal Ripken is proof positive that this country can and will be returned to the productive people who deserve nothing less than a government which will reflect their values and interests.

    December 1995 issue: The recent World Series between the Atlanta Braves and Cleveland Indians caused much moaning and gnashing of teeth at the Minneapolis Star-Tribune and The Oregonian. The two papers on the cutting edge of political correctness have banned the use of any sports names referring to American Indians. Thus the guilt-ridden white liberal reporters were forced to continuously refer to “Atlanta” and the “Atlanta baseball team” and “Cleveland” and the “Cleveland baseball team.” Maybe someday the Washington Redskins will change their name to the Washington White Liberal Losers in honor of the subversive bipeds who traipse the Capitol. . . . . . . . . . . . The University of Miami football team, long populated by a generous helping of inner city thugs who engage in outrageously poor sportsmanship and hot-dogging and are allowed to get away with it because of their “oppressed backgrounds,” has admitted guilt on six of ten charges made against it by the NCAA, but still denies the most damaging allegation – lack of institutional control by the university. . . . . . . . . . . . . The NFL in 1994 was 69% black, up from 65% black in 1993. In 1969, the league was 33% black, in 1982 51% black. Nearly 90% of starters on defense are black. There are no white cornerbacks in the entire 30-team league, and no prominent white wide receivers and running backs, in fact there isn’t a single white running back among the top 50 rushers in the league. The Philadelphia Eagles were the only NFL team to start more than three whites on defense in 1995. Most teams have one or no whites at all starting at the eleven defensive positions. With five white starters (and another projected starter out for the season because of injury), the Eagles have the league’s second best defense.

    February 1996 issue: Some of the players participating in Super Bowl XXX apparently could afford to pay for some of the commercials aired during the broadcast, which went for a cool $1 million each (and which bedazzled the already fevered viewers with their high-tech wizardry). At least some of the Dallas Cowboys had enough to hire a limousine to take them to practice each day, for which they paid $1,000 a day to arrive in wealth-flaunting style. As Nate Newton, the Cowboys’ 350-pound offensive lineman said, “We’re stars aren’t we? Why shouldn’t we act like stars then?” . . . . . . . . The anti-White media, always on the alert for White racism, even in the almost all-black NFL, spread rumors that Cowboy quarterback Troy Aikman is a “racist” because he supposedly yells mostly at black players. The controversy was defused when some of Aikman’s black teammates stuck up for him. Black player Charles Haley noted the obvious: “Ninety percent of the team is black. So when Troy yells at someone, he is usually going to be black.” Other than Aikman, fullback Daryl Johnston, tight end Jay Novacek, and offensive lineman Mark Tunei (who is half white half Samoan), all of Dallas’ starters are black. . . . . . . . . . In the National Basketball Association this season, there are only two whites among the top 50 scorers in the league: Boston’s Dino Radja is 21st in scoring with a 20.3 points per game average, while Tom Gugliotta of the Minnesota Timberwolves ranks 40th, averaging 16.4 ppg. Overall, however, the NBA is somewhat less black-dominated than the NFL these days. In the NFL there are virtually no white stars outside of the quarterback position, while most NBA teams have a capable white starter, and a few teams have more than one. There are a fair amount of good white players in the NBA, although the only superstar is John Stockton, Utah’s assist wizard who is nearing the end of his career. For example, of the top ten players in field goal percentage, five are white. In 3-point field goal percentage, six of the top ten are white, including the top three. A continuing influx of star European players into the league is helping to keep a white presence. . . . . . . Black supremacists and self-hating whites everywhere were mortified when white rookie Brent Barry of the Los Angeles Clippers won the slam dunk contest at this year’s NBA All-Star game festivities. Barry twice began his jump from the free throw line and dunked before returning to earth, an amazing feat that had previously been accomplished only by black demigods Julius Erving and Michael Jordan. The son of Hall of Famer Rick Barry, Brent showed a sly racial pride after winning the contest, saying, “I was going to wear a T-shirt that said ‘White Men CAN Jump,’ but I didn’t want to burst anyone’s bubble.” Brent is one of three basketball-playing sons of Rick; one other son is in the NBA, while the youngest son is a star player with Georgia Tech and will probably be a first round draft choice. Besides Barry’s win in the slam dunk contest, white player Tim Legler of the Washington Bullets won the league’s three-point shooting contest.

    April 1996 issue: Seems the newest trend among NBA players is physically abusing referees. Chicago Bull Dennis Rodman – the freak who had already been fined or suspended 13 times for various team and league infractions – was suspended for six games for head-butting a ref. Then Nick Van Exel of the Los Angeles Lakers knocked a referee off his feet and onto a scorer’s table. After Van Exel’s behavior, the media went to his teammate Magic Johnson, who, like several other black athletes, is hyped by the power structure like some kind of god – to the point of being featured on the front cover of Newsweek recently wearing a Superman costume – for words of wisdom. Johnson strongly condemned Van Exel’s action, stating how much the players had changed since he entered the league in 1979. Then, four days later, yet another referee was physically bumped by a player. The player this time – none other than Magic Johnson!
     

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