NFL May Penalize N-Word

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  1. Don Wassall

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    The league may institute a 15 yard penalty for on-field players using the "n-word," or "homophobic" slurs, with a second offense to result in ejection. The n-word is used by blacks in reference to other blacks; nothing in this article mentions the most common racist slurs -- that used by black players against White ones. That's because in America White people have no rights or interests, they can be demonized and hated on at will.

    Report: NFL to penalize use of racial slur


    http://tracking.si.com/2014/02/22/nfl-to-penalize-use-of-racial-slur/
     
  2. Ieroner

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    Problem with racism against white players is that the most common racial insult is most likely "white boy" which in and of itself is not a racist term. It's the tone with which it is said that is insulting, not the actual words. They're probably saying "white boy" a lot more than "cracker" or "honkey". And even if they did say "cracker" or "honkey" I think most white people probably find those words more amusing than insulting (or maybe it's just me--when someone calls me a cracker I usually just laugh because it's ridiculous).
     
  3. jaxvid

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    What's the magic in the word n*i*g*g*e*r that's not in those white slurs?
     
  4. Truthteller

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    Yes, my guess is this rule is only being proposed because of complaints from a handful of uppity, suburban blacks (Jonathan Martin types) who are sick and tired of being verbally abused by the more ghetto/gangsta types blacks, who are much more common in the NFL -- particularity on defense.

    As far as any white "goy" using the "N-Word", isn't it safe to suggest a 15 yard penalty for using that term would be the least of his problems? Riley Cooper uttered the word in private, well away from the field of play, with no blacks around him at a "redneck concert", and it almost cost him his career. It's not clear if Bill Romanowski ever uttered this word on the field, but he's roundly hated by the Kosher media because some believe he "might have" in private.
     
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    Over the years I have seen small mentions in articles about whites being racially abused on the field or on the court. Steve Kerr, Ricky Proehl, Peyton Hillis and an Ohio State linebacker have all mentioned this over the past 5-6 years. Even Pat Riley mentioned that he was called racial slurs in the 60s by Negro players. Not only will there be no penalties for anti-white slurs (which happen on every single play in the NFL most likely), but there will be no mention of the double standard. Rush Limbaugh was talking about this today on his show but failed to mention the obvious double standard. The debate margins run from Michael Wilbon to Tony Kornholer to Jason Whitlock. Which means the thought of a double standard against whites never entered their tiny minds. The average DWF may or may not like it but so what? He'll guzzle another beer, munch some chips, give high-fives to anyone near him in the sports bar, belt out inane chants and keep buying those tickets and jerseys with black player names.
     
  6. Thrashen

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    Nice post, man. Speaking of the “N-Word,” I recently watched a few retch-inducing moments of ESPN’s “Outside the Lines Special Report: The N-Word.” As always, the program was hosted by the unhealthily-rotund Hebrew Arch Liberal, Bob Ley. The various “commentators” included ESPN’s resident black pantherette, Jamele Hill, Richard Lapchick, Steelers safety, Ryan Clark, Warren Moon, Josh Cribbs, Jason Whitlock, Michael Wilbon, Brianna Scurry, Kareem Abdul-Jabaar, gangster rapper, “Common,” and other inconsequential Negroes....

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    CAPTION: Lapchick, Hill, and "Common"

    Naturally, the trite, tear-jerking, insecurity-laden syllabus of this special report included discussions of the nauseating overutilization of the term in rap “music,” NFL players referring to each other as “niggaz” in the locker room and on the field, black hockey players and the verbal “abuse” they suffered from fans, whining about “slavery,” etc. The portions I watched were sodden with a deep banality, along with an extreme sense of victimhood, racial hypersensitivity, and an embarrassing lack of self-confidence on the part of African Americans. As they attempted to explain the “double standards” of who can use the N-word, how blacks “took this negative word and made it something positive and part of the black community,” and why high school kids should be “more educated” on the history of this term, this buffoonish crop of “experts” talked in circles as they exuded all of the inherent spiritual weaknesses their brethren exhibit in the streets.

    A preview of this pity-party…

    [video=youtube;lQn_0uuapN8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQn_0uuapN8[/video]

    Richard Lapchick, the “White Negro-Lover Supreme,” actually mentioned an incident in which he was attacked and violently assaulted in the 1970’s for being a white man involved in the civil rights movement. I wonder if he was referring to the story that the poster “Sport Historian” told about the police determining that Lapchick had inflicted the wounds upon himself? Like the Rabbi's who paint Swastikas upon their own temples, Lapchick probably wanted to bleed for his treachearous cause.

    Ryan Clark told an interesting story of how Dan Rooney overheard gangster rap (with the N-word heavily featured) being played in the Steeler locker room a few years back and immediately informed the players that he had “fought too hard and too long” for the civil rights of Negroes for them to play such offensive “music” and refer to each other as “Niggaz.” The players agreed to stop.
     
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  7. sport historian

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    Yes, he was. Lapchick kept on claiming he was "assaulted by racists" after the medical people and police carefully explained why they could tell it was self-inflicted.
     
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    Putting the double standard issue aside here, as it's already been properly confronted by posters earlier, can everyone imagine how ridiculous a game would become if the referees actually enforced this asinine rule suggestion? Seeing how negroes call each other nigga in every other sentence whether it be "trash-talking" or by positively reinforcing teammates, the amount of yardage racked up through "racial penalties" could be comical. I could picture an offense driving the length of the field, entirely on penalty yards. If anyone thinks I'm exaggerating, play a game of pickup basketball with a majority of blacks. Hell, the only way the "chains would stop moving" would be when enough 2nd time offenders are ejected from the game, forcing the White backups into action.

    The reality is this rule would not be enforced, or even passed, as it would screw with the NFL's already increasingly boring product, not to mention the fantasy football blowback. Could you imagine the DWF anger if Dez Bryant or Marshawn Lynch cost them in fantasy by getting ejecting in the 1st quarter for "excessive use of the word nigga"? No, the NFL inc wouldn't be that foolish would they. Most likely this is a mock tightening of the reigns to save face from the Jonathan Martin situation. They don't want anymore White "rebels" like Incognito and Cooper straying too far from the Cultural Marxist plantation.
     
  9. Thrashen

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    Haha, yeah, really.

    Yesterday, on ESPN’s “Pardon the Interruption,” Michael Wilbon opposed the NFL’s silly proposal to penalize the N-Word, openly stating that he: “uses the N-Word every single day of his life.” After boasting about his incessant use of “the most evil word in the English language,” he then whined how the NFL has zero black owners, how they should change the name of the Redskins, he then loudly uttered the actual N-Word (ending strongly with “er”) and it had to be bleeped-out on TV.

    Naturally, this is the same hypersensitive, insecure little ****** who vehemently petitioned for Roger Goodell to suspend Riley Cooper for uttering the same word, once, in a moment of rage, without any blacks in the vicinity…

    [video=youtube;KHO17E1EF_U]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHO17E1EF_U[/video]

    The next topic on PTI centered on Jason Collins’ open homosexuality [rolls eyes] and how wonderful it is that he was accepted by teammates and fans. Does the average DWF really want to hear these sorts of ultra-Marxist social “discussions” morning, noon, and night when they’re attempting to watch sports-related programming?
     
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  11. Mischling3rdDegree

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    So it would be just as OK for a white player to say "black boy"? All the jews on TV would be explaining to us how the word "boy" is a racial slur when used towards a black man bur not when used towards a white man.

    As for the n-word proposal: It sucks. I'm still an NFL fan. I don't know why, and perhaps I won't be for too many more years. They are ruining football like they ruined boxing. 15 yards and an automatic 1st down just because a ****** says "******" to another ****** is not good for the sport.
     
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    The past 3 or 4 years the NFL has really turned up the cult-marxist agenda. I could care less what players say to each other on the field. The NFL has done its best to align itself with the social agenda - the Michael Sam treatment is another example. Also, the NFL is now threatening Arizona that it will not host a super bowl if the current Religious Rights bill is passed. This is the same NFL that blacklisted Tebow - a stright white outspoken christian male.
     
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    I think it's pretty clear that the NFL is on the cult-marx anti-White agenda, and has been for some time. Like just about everything else in the decaying Great Multicultural Empire, you have to take out of it what you can and expect very little. Like the controlled movie biz, try to find one that's only marginally bad, the jewified boob tube, find a show here or there that's palatable. The jewspaper business, an article here or there that is not stomach turning. Even politics. An occasional wisp of hope from a lesser-of-many-evils candidate. Otherwise the entertainment world is a pretty depressing place.
     
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    Theres difference between ****** and Nigga. Thats why one of them is censored and the other is not.
     
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    if you have ever been around a lot of blacks like I have (maybe its just here in Louisiana) but it is said frequently with an er by them, it might be a soft er many times but it still is said and not just niggA
     
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    Riley Cooper got in more trouble than Richie Incognito because he said the racist version of Nigga.
     
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    yes and when any sports news mentions his new contract they mention the incident this offseason, and many black talk show hosts said that he probably heard the language in the lockerroom, because there weren't really any black people at the concert. You really can't say there is a "racist" version of the word unless you truly know the person's intent that is saying it, like "he is a dirty low life n*gger" or "good for nothing nigg**"

    The difference is Incognito said it supposedly to a friend while Cooper was drunk, and apparently this local jew sports talk show guy thinks alcohol brings out your true character. Geez why don't we use it to get confessions and in the CIA to find terrorist organizations. They use a barbituate as a "truth serum" and the results aren't that great.

    im sorry ive just been around alot of black people and heard the word said too may times to say that it ending in an er means its racist, because ive heard it so many times between blacks and even said it myself. Funny thing is among Whites its "don't be a n*gg*r" and among blacks Ive heard more of "don't be a jew, break bread nigg*r" its hard to describe it unless you've heard it, maybe spelled nigguhr but that even doesn't sound completely right for what I have been used to hearing. I guess thats why they were emphasizing Cooper for saying it with a HARD er instead of a soft but I've heard both among blacks who even make fun of each other by calling each other stuff like porch monkey, its just OTHER races aren't allowed to say it.

    there is a reason black people are upset about this, because it will affect them
     
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    If this rule stops black players from talking, I will support it. On the other hand, I have this image of seeing the ball being moved up and down the field before the play even starts.
     
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    Guys I grew up in the deep hood of "souff central LA" in the 70s and 80s. Negros down there say nigga every other word. Hell, I was so deep entrenched there that I called them niggaz and they called me nigga as well. It seemed as the malt liquor increased its flow the word grew in frequency. I remember at that times ,we as in my fellow negro neighbors would call each other niggy when we where horsing around. It was a strange and funny time in my childhood. On a another post I described these black neighborhood house parties that I went to. Till this day I wonder why I was never gunned down in one of them. I guess a lot of negros had my back as well as my guardian angel. Weird times.
     
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    Westside interesting story about your background. I guess that qualifies you as an OG. Haha all in good fun man .
     
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    celticdb15, yeah it was interesting. I also remember some of the toys that fascinated blacks as well. There was one toy called "click clacks". A strong rope like string held 2 clear heavy plastic colored balls together. The preferred colors were red and blue, gang colors in the respective controlled gang area. In the middle of the string was a small steal loop. The object of toy was move the ring up and down fast with balance so that the balls would hit each other. If you had the technique right, you would get a loud click clacking noise. I remember all hours of the day and night you could hear this click clacking. One night I heard some black who was a really good click clacker, clacking at 1 in morning. The neighbors told him to stop it. He refused and laughed & clicked clacked merrily down the "screak". Momemts later, I hear several gun shots. We never heard that click clacker ever again. LOL True story.
     
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    Your family was that poor? Seriously?

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    This white boy from a (then) lily white, gangless Philadelphia suburb remembers playing with and being fascinated by clackers around 1970/71 (I turned 10 in '71). Guess I was the wrong race to play with them... :icon_rolleyes:

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    Yeah, kinda poor. When we first moved on the block, it consisted of whites and asians. Then white flight took hold for good reason. My parents stayed. I also had a pair of click clacks, but never could get them to go non stop. My parents told me that there would be no clacking after 600 pm.
     
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    I don't remember clackers. Anybody remember these? I still have a couple stashed away in case the sh*t ever goes down.

    http://youtu.be/ElVzs0lEULs
     

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