mario balotelli

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  1. davidholly

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    No one takes Time magazine seriously, go through the list and 90% of the people you've never heard of and if you see why they're famous it's for something no one cares about. For instance the president of the Philippines is featured on the list. That begs the question though, who's the president of the Philippines? I don't know and neither do you because who gives a **** about the head of state of a small third world country?

    Want another? How about the president of Somalia whose claim to fame is just that he happens to be the new president of an unstable African ****hole. With that criteria one would think the entire list would be made up African presidents, after all they go through so damn many of them.

    They've got a few more presidents of third would countries on the list from what I saw.
     
  2. frederic38

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    time had this cover about balotelli last year:

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    "the meaning of mario: What the phenomenon Mario Balotelli has to say about soccer, race and European identity"

    also AC milan's official site about what balotelli said regarding the first black minister in italy:

    “The nomination of Cècile Kyenge as Minister for Integration represents another big step forward towards a more civil and more responsible Italian society, more aware of the necessity of a better and more definitive integration for all.â€￾

    http://www.acmilan.com/en/news/breaking_news_show/40233


     
  3. Porthos

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    The minister, Cecile Kyenge, who supposedly has 38 brothers and sisters, will try to introduce a law that will make all the foreign citizens born in Italy automatically Italian citizens (similar to what we have in the US) and also "de-criminalize" illegal immigration (i.e. make it a misdemeanor). Basically - when considers various "family reunions" and immigration chains that would result from this - it means Italy opening the immigration floodgates wide open. Balottelli offered to be a testimonial to "sell" this new law proposal to the Italian public.
     
  4. Europe

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    I am tired of this goof. There have been many black soccer players in Europe.

    Why do they make such a big deal. Look at France, England, the Netherlands, Sweden, Belgium, Germany. All have had black players.

    Italy is just one of a long line of disasters.
     
  5. frederic38

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    i'm very happy to update this thread :arms:

    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/sport/football-balotelli-off-as/702002.html

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    balotelli against the racist walls in the tunnel after his red card
     
  6. MilanClass

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    Please tell me this cover is a joke. Why is it so ground breaking now when Balotelli is playing as opposed to when Edgar Davids or Thierry Henry were stars? At least Davids and Henry had actual talent. Balotelli is just an overhyped media creation....just like Freddy Adu.
     
  7. Truthteller

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    Three years ago, Newsweek, a publication very similar to "Time", sold for $1 here in the United States.

    That's not a joke, here's the link: http://www.thewrap.com/media/column-post/filing-newsweek-sold-1-dollar-21523

    If I were to guess, Time is almost as worthless as Newsweek?

    The Balotelli cover should come as no surprise. Time and Newsweek are both total trash. Used by Jewish elites to spread their communist venom -- constant calls for more 3rd world immigration in all white nations (except for Israel, of course), more civil rights for oppressed minorities, more acceptance of vile gays and lesbians, promoting interracial couples as the "new normal"....blah, blah, blah.

    This is no different than the type of tripe ESPN and other sports outlet's put forth on a daily basis here in America --- aka Israel's largest Western colony.

    Balotelli (who was adopted by Jewish parents) is a big deal to these Marxist animals, because most Italians don't want their nation turned into a turd-world cesspool, much like France and England have become. That's why they are pushing this pig on Italians. Hoping if soccer mad Italians come to love Balotelli due to his on-field exploits, they might be more open to giving African immigrants birth-right citizenship or other perks in the future.

    Why else would they even bring up that fat pig Cècile Kyenge, who should be deported, along with her loser "white husband" and mulatto offspring?
     
  8. davidholly

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    They didn't sell for $1, they sold for $1 plus the massive debt that Newsweek was in.
     
  9. Europe

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    Is Rossi back from injury yet? Hopefully, he can replace BAlotelli.
     
  10. Truthteller

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    Okay, technically you are correct. Bottom line is this headline was splashed everywhere here in America, Largest Colony of Israel:

    Filing: Newsweek Sold for $1

    http://www.thewrap.com/media/column-post/filing-newsweek-sold-1-dollar-21523


    Wow, they soaked up $10 million in debt? I guess I was horribly wrong, the Marxist rag known as Newsweek was/is a hot property! After all, you're average black NBA bench player/scrub makes more than that in a season.
     
  11. Phall

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    To be clear, Newsweek was "bought" without any intention of ever running a profitable business model. This was simply an unscrupulous, usurping, conniving jew billionaire purchasing a megaphone to spread ideological poison into American homes. I think my parents still subscribe, as they have for 30+ years, because the magazine is so absurdly cheap: I think it's less than a quarter per issue now, so I doubt the company even recoups the bulk rate postage. For the unthinking lingering middle class readership, it's just something to hold for a few minutes and wave off the fumes during a particularly noxious dump. For a restless jew with time on his hands and extra gold in his cave, it's a nifty little billboard to disparage white culture in creative new ways.

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    Good grief, what normal, non-pillow-biting man would condone such a portrayal? (lol i guess we'd have to find one to try it out on first)

    Of course, Time Magazine is cut from the same cloth.
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    I don't recall its 'Barbara Lerner-Spectre'-esque "transformation" taking place quite so overtly; Newsweek is an especially brazen case. However, rest assured that the editorial staff is an equal splash of -bergs and -steins, Gonzales and Mondragon, Ching Chang and Chung, a few throwback Euro surnames, a couple hyphenated names, and just throw darts at the laundry list to figure out who's a homosexual or who was sired elsewhere than the marital bed.

    But back to Balotelli: I have scratched my chin for countless hours and concluded that he is my most hated pro athlete. There are plenty of anti-White athletes and shuck-jiving bongo-drum beating pseudo celebrities, but I think "Mario" Balotelli supercedes them in the ranking of my disdain.

    Take, for example, egotist exhibitionists like Terrell Owens and Chad Johnson(Ochocinco): they might not conceptualize an end to their gravy train of DWF dollars, but they understand enough of the physics at play to shovel coal into the engine, constantly. "Mario" Balotelli cannot wrap his head around this: he cannot see why Traditional Catholics do not want him courting/****ing their daughters casually... he feigns ignorance (or does he???) that his greased-up hairless body does not actually wander inside the privates of dumbed-down eye-talian broads.
     
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    This post is excellent. All those covers are absurd but I think the first one is the worst. Those godd*mn racist babies. Dont they know its 2013?
     
  13. Matra2

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    Why is Balotelli playing for Italy in the Confederations Cup? He was red-carded in his last international shouldn't that mean he misses the next match or does that only apply to non-friendly tournament play? Also, it was suggested by numerous commentators after the red card that Balotelli would not be permitted to go to Brazil due to Cesare Prandelli's much publicised ethical code. So much for that.

    http://blogs.bettor.com/The-ethical-code-empowers-players-Cesare-Prandelli-a151212
     
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    I don't know. Maybe he'll have to miss their next qualifier.

    I don't know how seriously teams take this.In the past teams have turned down participation in the Confed Cup.

    Do fans in Europe care about this? I never heard people bragging about winning this.

    I saw Pirlo and Hernandez laughing with one another as they walked off at halftime. Would that happen in the WC?
     
  15. frederic38

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    http://msn.foxsports.com/foxsoccer/...-for-mario-balotelli-skin-color-remark-062213

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    http://www.cbssports.com/general/story/22386140/the-new-faces-of-italy-balotelli-and-el-shaarawy

    funny that they no longer mention that balotelli played at manchester city, it's like he never left italy
    they don't mention that litterally half of his goals at AC milan are penalties either
     
  16. Jack Lambert

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    Thanks for posting these, Frederic. To all the people that still cheer for Italy because they are still majority white, this is why we can't: When Pirlo leaves or doesn't play. All of the success will be funneled to these two players.

    At least with teams like Germany, Ozil is actually talented, (deserving his spot) and the other faces of the German team are: Lahm, Neuer, and Schweinsteiger. In addition, all of the "new, young" players that are talked about with Germany are white guys like Mario Gotze, Marco Reus, Andre Schurle, Mats Hummels, Marcel Schmelzer, etc. The only young non-white player I even hear anything about with Germany is Gundogan, who will likely displace Khedira.

    The Netherlands is the same way: despite a few non-whites, their biggest names and stars are Van Persie, Robben, Sneijder, Kuyt, etc.

    England also to an extent: the biggest names still seem to be Joe Hart, Gerrard, Lampard, Rooney, etc.
     
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    same for france
    our blacks are security guards, the actual players are whites (ribery, valbuena, lloris, cabaye, koscielny) or arab (benzema - in the media's dreams at least)
    when it's about touching the ball with the feet, it's white player's job
    when a brutal gorilla-looking player has to do the dirty job we use the guilavoguis, the sakhos, the matuidis
     
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  18. frederic38

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    about this phrase:

    they make it sound like it's unacceptable, like italy is stil living in the middle ages, but actually i think that it's still the same in france, an inmigrant born in france has to wait until he's 18 to get the citizenship
    and we are the most black-filled country in europe

    they also mention it in the other article:

     
  19. Jack Lambert

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    That's even true for France; at least they're sensible enough to let the white players handle the ball too. All of the other Euro nations that have their quote black player that occasionally plays for them do this as well. They usually stick said quota player at RB or LB, where he doesn't get very much of the ball, and is out of the way of the white midfielders and forwards.

    Austria: David Alaba LB(I believe, he may play mid field for Austria.)
    Czech Republic: Selassie is a RB.
    Denmark: Poulson is a FB
    Sweden: Olsson is a FB

    Italy and Belgium are pretty much the only Euro teams that use blacks at something other than Fullback. France does, but like Frederic said, their main ball handlers are white.
     
  20. frederic38

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    amongst the last 10 goals scored by france, 8 were scored by whites, only 2 by blacks ( a tap-in by black striker gomis :pound: while coming on as a substitute, another one by black defensive middlefielder etienne capoue )
    italy has the same numbers with only 1 black player, while france is (unfortunately :icon_confused: ) close to 50% black
     
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    On a light-hearted note, Balotelli is now the owner of a pot-bellied pig! I don't mind exotic pets and have a soft spot for many animals, but my understanding is that micro pigs need a lot of attention, so a footballer may not have sufficient time to train it/ interact with it. Hope he proves me wrong.

    http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/4160...a-time-ac-milan-star-balotelli-buys-a-pet-pig

    I wonder whether Balotelli is better suited to the Italian (rather than the British) game...he appeared to be struggling in his last season for Manchester City, but has generally been more effective as a player while representing AC Milan. As for his attitude, I personally don't have an issue with footballers who are highly competitive and confident in their abilities, but petulant displays almost always rub me the wrong way.
     
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    He didn't play as good for man city because they are not a G-14 club (now 18 teams). All G-14 clubs such as AC Milan get preferential treatment from referees. This is why players like Torres, Shevchenko, Nasri etc move to a non G-14 club they don't look the same player.
     
  23. Europe

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    On the ESPN show Pardon the Interruption, they wished Mario as happy birthday. Is there any other soccer player that they wished a happy birthday to?
     
  24. Matra2

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    I saw that. Did you notice how much Wilbon loved recalling Balotelli's antics?
     
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