In a sea of football zombies who meekly accept the destruction of their teams' identity through the signing of countless mediocre colored players, from time there are some attempts to fight back. This time it's from - not surpprisingly - Russia. I never stop wondering how alive and well the racial instincts are in ex-Communist countries, and how these people have proved resillient against multicultural propaganda. The same instincts seem to have all but dissapeared from the supposedly "free" Western countries. Is it that the capitalistic brainwashing was much more subtle and effective compared to crude communist propaganda? Anyway - this time it's the fans of Zenit St. Petersburg, well known for being Russian nationalists and White identitarians. Zenit management signed up the Brazillian striker Hulk and the "Belgian" midfielder Witsel - both Blacks - for a combined Â£64m. Predictably, this caused a rebellion from "underpaid" local players and destabilized the team and the locker room. The fans felt compelled to react and released an open letter to the management of their club. Here are excerpts: â€œDark-skinned players are all but forced down Zenitâ€™s throat now, which only brings out a negative reaction... For us the absence of black Zenit players is just an important tradition that underlines the teamâ€™s identity and nothing more... Gay players are [also] unworthy of our great city.â€ â€œWe have absolutely nothing against the people of these and any other continent. We only want players from other brotherly Slav nations, such as Ukraine and Belarus, as well as from the Baltic states and Scandinavia.â€ As expected, all hell broke loose. The management, the club and the usual coterie of media types reacted with anger and extreme negativity to this dignified request for the management to respect the team's identity. Here are articles from notorious marxists sources, the BBC and NY Times (predictable titles: "Zenit St Petersburg fans want black and gay players excluded" and "An Ugly Reminder in Russia That Bigotry Lingers") http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/20770678 http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/19/sports/soccer/19iht-soccer19.html?_r=0 We'll see how this develops. Will UEFA parachute Michel Platini with a "no to racism" banner?