Race is more than skin color!

Discussion in 'Media Racism and Stereotyping' started by Mezza, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. Westside

    Westside Hall of Famer

    Joined:
    Sep 23, 2008
    Messages:
    7,526
    Location:
    So Cal
    Bart, your right my comment of him being pedophile was lame, as well as uncalled for, it should not have been stated. But that beard he sports looks weird, like he smeared a film of oatmeal solution all over his face. He needs to 86 it, IMO,
     
  2. Bart

    Bart Hall of Famer

    Joined:
    Feb 6, 2005
    Messages:
    4,329
    Westside, I think older men with white beards look better with several weeks or months of growth. Earlier in the year I grew a full beard as a gesture of solidarity with Epic Beard Man. People would ask me about it and I would bring up the EBM video.

    It had been about 15 years since the last time I sprouted whiskers. It was still fairly dark back then, looked great, but now it is almost entirely white.

    It has become stylish for youger guys to let the fuzz grow for several days. Kind of hip, trendy and cool, I guess.But I didn't look GQ as my beard was beginning to grow. No way. I just resembled an old, homeless, street bum because of all the white stubble. Ha ha.

    After it grew out and was trimmed neatly I was told I looked very distinguished. In my mind the same appies to
    David Duke. He's not a kid anymore, so if it's too short he looks like he's been sleeping at the rescue mission. Young dudes can get away with doing it.
     
  3. JReb1

    JReb1 Mentor

    Joined:
    Dec 13, 2009
    Messages:
    838
    I think the "White men can't jump" myth came from the NBA and Whites not showing off doing obnoxious jams instead just doing a layup or regular dunk without the yelling and swinging from the rim during games and also them not competing in the NBA's slam dunk contest. Whites tend to focus and practice more on their fundamentals and not waste so much time learning fancy dunks which is worth the same 2 points as a layup...
     
  4. Tom Iron

    Tom Iron Mentor

    Joined:
    Oct 25, 2006
    Messages:
    1,597
    Location:
    New Jersey

    Dances of the soldiers
    - YouTube
     
  5. PghPanther65

    PghPanther65 Newbie

    Joined:
    Jan 2, 2020
    Messages:
    25
    Speaking in very general terms the frame of the African Black has narrower hips than the White man's pelvic structure.......in American Blacks (perhaps due to some selective breeding by Slave owners -can't confirm this) Blacks tend to have large arms after training than calves........we all know how the lower body of many Blacks doesn't carry the size and sweep of muscles that White trainers have........the calves are most obvious here...........but the seat of strength is in the gluts............where White men with a larger average pelvic structure dominate activities like strong man type contests.

    Women ironically....while being very weak in the upper body compared to the average man, actually due to the pelvic structure for baby carrying have a much more impressive lower body strength and development over the upper body..................

    A basic rule of thumb is narrow hips...........faster runner........wider hips more power...............like a Greyhound to a St. Bernard.
     
  6. Charles Martel

    Charles Martel Hall of Famer

    Joined:
    Mar 14, 2007
    Messages:
    7,914
    Blacks do on average have longer arms and legs. For example, Floyd Mayweather at 5'8" has the same arm length as 6'6" Wladimir Klitschko: 26". This does give them an advantage in certain sports like boxing and basketball.

    And on average, they have have proportionately smaller heads and shorter midsections than white people, so they have less weight to carry around on their legs.

    There are exceptions. Some white men have long legs like blacks, and some like Tyson Fury have long arms.

    Blacks also have innate disadvantages in sports. They are on average less intelligent, are more easily discouraged by adversity, and have a lower tolerance to pain and discomfort. They are also more likely to ruin their careers with stupid or criminal behavior (examples Greg Hardy, Keon Clark), although some white men do as well (example Ryan Leaf).

    [​IMG]
     
  7. shamrock

    shamrock Newbie

    Joined:
    Dec 29, 2019
    Messages:
    18
    Many uncritical white thinkers today believe that blacks are superior at football, also. They look at the black football teams in the South (Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Auburn, LSU, and beyond these to the north, as well), and they assume that whites just aren't fast enough, tough enough, violent enough, etc., and, of course, blacks are almost all they see playing football today anyway.

    Most whites born after about 1970 cannot believe how excellent whites once were in football. White excellence in college football was ubiquitous in the 1950s and 60s, a time when southern football teams were almost universally segregated (all white), but a time in which many northern and western schools had multiple black stars and many black players on their squads (Penn St., Syracuse, Michigan State, Nebraska, USC, UCLA, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas, Notre Dame, Ohio St., and many others). Yet in spite of this, the southern white teams were indomitable. The following are the all-white teams that won national championships in football during this period:

    1956: Tennessee (shared)
    1957: Auburn (shared)
    1958: LSU
    1961: Alabama (LSU#3, Texas #4, Mississippi #5); thus 4 of the top 5 were all-white.
    1962: Ole Miss (shared)
    1963: Texas
    1964: Arkansas/ Alabama (both all-white, shared)
    1965: Alabama (Arkansas #3)
    1969: Texas


    Thus our all-white teams won the NCAA football national championship 9 times in just 14 years, 6 times unanimous, 3 times shared. The 1969 Texas Longhorns football team was the LAST all-white football national champion. Over the next two years, Bama, Texas, Ole Miss, and other holdouts were forced into integrating their teams.

    Alabama SHOULD have been #1 in 1966. Bama had the only perfect record in the nation. Notre Dame and Michigan State played each other to a 10-10 tie and the writers left them ranked 1-2, with Bama #3. And both ND and MSU finished the year with identical 9-0-1 records. Alabama finished with an 11-0 record. Michigan State did not play in a bowl game that year. Neither did Notre Dame. Alabama did, though, and they slaughtered a big powerful Nebraska team (with multiple black stars) 34-7 in the Sugar Bowl.

    The reason Bama wasn't ranked first is because of leftist media agitation that was determined to keep an all-white team from winning the national championship. (Michigan State had several black players that year, and Notre Dame had one, or possibly more.) Resentment against Alabama and George Wallace had reached a hysterical crescendo by the early 1960s. The sportswriters transferred that resentment to Alabama and Bear Bryant, constantly agitating for Bryant to recruit black players. Bryant's thinking: "Why do I need black players when I'm tearing up college football with white boys." The 1966 poll was the worst injustice ever perpetrated by the college football polls. (Read the book "The Missing Ring.")

    I used the 1950s and 1960s to illustrate the dominance of all-white teams because this was the period when many excellent black players were first pouring into the collegiate game. Prior to the 1950s my point may have been moot because few blacks played college football in the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s.

    So all this raises the question, "Why have white boys fled the football fields, which they began fleeing during the 1970s and ever after?" Some of you may have good explanations. I have my own, which are as follows:

    1. The radical feminization of white America. The late 1960s sowed the seeds of the chaotic apocalypse we are all living today, but it began in the 1960s. Radical feminists spread the word that women didn't need husbands, kids didn't need fathers. And, boy, did the girls lap that message up. Divorces skyrocketed in the 70s, millions of homes were torn apart, and by the late 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, it became commonplace for boys not to have fathers and therefore become influenced only by women who discouraged boys from manly endeavors and sports. Even where fathers existed, many became emasculated by aggressive dominating females, who'd bought wholeheartedly into the trending and ongoing feminist agenda. And our boys suffered badly.

    2. Even where the nuclear family stayed tight, white parents feared the wild and unruly influence in sports locker rooms as hordes of ghetto blacks moved in. They did not want their child exposed to that, and who can blame them?

    3. The concussion issue obviously discouraged many good parents from subjecting their boys to this; again, hardly blameworthy.

    Thus, the fact that few white boys play football today doesn't mean they can't play well, but rather that other reasons keep them off the field now.

    I'm sure there are many more reasons white boys don't play football today, but these are huge contributors. But let no one think today that white boys can't play football. The 1950s and 60s give the lie to that canard.

    The kind of football played in the white old Southeastern Conference in the 1950s and 60s was universally acknowledged as the best and toughest in the nation then. And many of those boys from Alabama, Mississippi, LSU, Texas, Arkansas, and Auburn were very knowledgeable (unlike today) about the Civil War. They felt they were redeeming the South from the ugly disaster of the War Between the States. They played as though it were high noon at Gettysburg and they were determined to make that charge go through this time. And usually, overwhelmingly, they did.

    (I should include an addendum to this regarding the 1970 Texas Longhorns: Technically they were not an all-white team because they had accepted one black player onto the Longhorn squad that year, Julius Whittier, so that is why I did not include the 1970 team in the list above, though perhaps I should have. Whittier, a sophomore, played exceptionally rarely if at all that year. Sports-reference lists no playing time for him in 1970, and he was never on the first string anyway. This is significant because Texas shared the national championship in 1970, racking up one more all-white national championship, if that can be counted. Texas was finally defeated by Notre Dame in the Cotton Bowl on New Year's Day, 1971, ending a remarkable 30-game winning streak, still one of the longest in NCAA history.)

    As for the famous 1969 Longhorn national champs, a splendid book was written about their confrontation with undefeated Arkansas at the end of the 1969 regular season. It's titled "Hogs, Horns, and Nixon Coming," by Terry Frei, and it was the very last showdown for the national championship played by two all-white teams, both unbeaten coming in. Texas, down 14-0 going into the 4th quarter, engineered one of the greatest comebacks ever, winning 15-14 and then beating Notre Dame in a nail-biter in the Cotton Bowl 21-17, clinching the 1969 national championship. "Hogs, Horns, and Nixon Coming" is about that Arkansas game and about the era in which it was played. It's one of the two finest books I've read about college football, the other being "The Junction Boys," (subtitled "Ten Days in Hell") by Jim Dent, the mesmerizing story of Bear Bryant's first workout camp at Texas A&M in 1954 and about the brutal practices that ran off such a large number of even his best players and nearly killed one. Both of these books are still available at Amazon in brand new condition, about 16 bucks. "Hogs, Horns, and Nixon Coming," by Terry Frei, is subtitled "Dixie's Last Stand," thus the complete title is "Hogs, Horns, and Nixon Coming: Dixie's Last Stand." On the front cover is a football and - horrors!!! - a Confederate flag. If you love Dixie like I do (Mobile, Al. native) and love all-white football, you can't beat this book.
     
    Last edited: Sep 24, 2020
  8. Don Wassall

    Don Wassall Administrator Staff Member

    Joined:
    Sep 30, 2004
    Messages:
    24,830
    Location:
    Pennsylvania
    Excellent post, Shamrock! Hope you continue to contribute your knowledge here.
     
  9. shamrock

    shamrock Newbie

    Joined:
    Dec 29, 2019
    Messages:
    18
    Thank you, Don. I enjoy posting here because it's one place we are all free to speak honestly, one of the few places where freedom of speech is not just an exercise in pretension.
     
  10. white lightning

    white lightning Hall of Famer Staff Member

    Joined:
    Oct 16, 2004
    Messages:
    12,336
    I second that compliment to Shamrock. That was one of the most interesting posts I've read in a very long time. It also opens people eyes to the lies that we are all spoon fed today.

    I also agree that the female rights along with the civil rights have changed this country from the inside out. Most men these days do not act like men anymore. They become more feminine every year. The powers that be knew this would happen. Look at Japan. A lot of their men now look like girls and many of them dress like it. Yes America 2.0 is an ugly sight and it will only get worse from here unless we wake enough people up. Good to have you here Shamrock.
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Sep 19, 2020
  11. shamrock

    shamrock Newbie

    Joined:
    Dec 29, 2019
    Messages:
    18
    Thank you, lightning. You speak truth about civil rights, meant to diminish all whites, and especially white males and the good and faithful white women that stay the course with our cherished culture.
     
  12. Freethinker

    Freethinker Hall of Famer

    Joined:
    Oct 3, 2008
    Messages:
    4,649
    Location:
    Suffolk County, NY
    Excellent post shamrock and glad to have you contributing to the board.

    Would you mind if I shared your post on our new Gab Castefootball group? It’s the perfect type of post to illustrate to the uninitiated what this website is fighting for.
     
  13. Don Wassall

    Don Wassall Administrator Staff Member

    Joined:
    Sep 30, 2004
    Messages:
    24,830
    Location:
    Pennsylvania
    My favorite part of Shamrock's post is this:

    "The kind of football played in the white old Southeastern Conference in the 1950s and 60s was universally acknowledged as the best and toughest in the nation then. And many of those boys from Alabama, Mississippi, LSU, Texas, Arkansas, and Auburn were very knowledgeable (unlike today) about the Civil War. They felt they were redeeming the South from the ugly disaster of the War Between the States. They played as though it were high noon at Gettysburg and they were determined to make that charge go through this time. And usually, overwhelmingly, they did."

    Playing for their own kind, their region and their heritage, and it wasn't all that long ago. I remember those all White powerhouse college teams as a kid, just as I remember lots of White running backs, receivers and tons of defensive players in the NFL. That's the kind of mentality White American athletes need to regain if they want to conclusively show the Caste System to be the anti-White, ridiculous construct it is.
     
  14. shamrock

    shamrock Newbie

    Joined:
    Dec 29, 2019
    Messages:
    18
    I don't at all mind. Thank you for asking.
     
  15. sport historian

    sport historian Master

    Joined:
    Dec 18, 2004
    Messages:
    2,704
    I've said before I was an old-line SEC fan. I well remember the pre-1970's SEC. It was a matter of pride when my team, Tennessee, beat UCLA (who a few weeks later beat Michigan State in the Rose Bowl) in 1965 and Syracuse in the 1966 Gator Bowl.
     
  16. shamrock

    shamrock Newbie

    Joined:
    Dec 29, 2019
    Messages:
    18
    Yes, indeed! One of my all-time favorite players was Tennessee tailback Johnny Majors (1956, I believe). As a child growing up in Mobile, Al., I got his autograph at the Senior Bowl. He finished second in the Heisman race that year, and he played defense as well as he played offense, during that wonderful time when players played on both sides of the ball.

    I also recall that incredible game in 1966 between Alabama and Tennessee. Unbeaten Bama was down 10-0 going into the 4th quarter, and I was sure the Vols had 'em beat. I went out and played football that day before the 4th quarter began and was stunned upon later learning that Bama had won 11-10.

    And my absolute favorite coach of all-time was General Neyland, Tennessee's best ever. Bear Bryant considered Neyland the greatest coach ever. Neyland loved defense and the kicking game. He was so respected that he chaired a board of coaches in the 1950s who were interested in allowing free substitution. When they asked for a vote on it, Neyland refused to allow the vote and gavelled the meeting to an end saying, "There's not gonna be any chicken-**** football on my watch. The players will continue to play both ways." And none of the other coaches dared oppose him. Free substitution did not come in until after the General retired.
     
  17. TomIron361

    TomIron361 Mentor

    Joined:
    Jan 23, 2017
    Messages:
    538
    Shamrock - Outstanding post, This feminization is something to see. Even my daughters try to bulldoze me at times. But most of the time my wife puts them in their place - "Don't criticize your father." My wife is the light of my life. But it's my opinion young women don't lap up the feminine BS. It's a process of years of indoctrination. By the time a woman is in the 30-40 age range if they're still unmarried, they are doomed to a very empty life. My daughters have even said this of their unmarried friends.
     
  18. shamrock

    shamrock Newbie

    Joined:
    Dec 29, 2019
    Messages:
    18
    Amen, Tomiron, especially that about unmarried women (including divorcees) being doomed to an empty life. Also, a penurious one. A teacher friend of mine has remained unmarried through 56 years, and she now finds herself wondering if she can afford to retire as she lacks the doubling power of a husband's income.

    Sounds like you're one of the lucky minority today who has a strong and tight marriage, one in which parents refuse to allow the kids to play their parents against each other. Kids today are very canny about that kind of thing. If I'd tried that back in the 1950s and 60s my dad would have bounced me off a wall. Ha!
     
  19. shamrock

    shamrock Newbie

    Joined:
    Dec 29, 2019
    Messages:
    18
    The germ of that quote is inspired by William Faulkner. Faulkner's words referenced the third day of Gettysburg:

    For every Southern boy fourteen years old, not once but whenever he wants it, there is that instant when it's still not yet 2:00 on that July afternoon in 1863, the brigades are in position behind the rail fence, the guns are laid and ready in the woods, and the furled flags are already loosened to break out, and Pickett himself, with his hat in one hand and his sword in the other looking up the hill waiting for Longstreet to give the word and it's all in the balance, it hasn't happened yet, it hasn't even begun yet... maybe this time with all this much to lose, then all this much to gain: Pennsylvania, Maryland, the world, the golden dome of Washington itself to crown with desperate and unbelievable victory, the desperate gamble, the cast made two years ago.

    WF

    Can't recall which book but will research it and find out. This kind of passage had meaning for boys growing up in the 1940s, 50s and 60s. Today these kids don't even know which side opposed which in that war or what the issues were..
     
  20. TomIron361

    TomIron361 Mentor

    Joined:
    Jan 23, 2017
    Messages:
    538
    Good points Sir. But beyond reading, that point came for Kyle Rittenhouse that night in Kenosha Wi. when he shot those men. Also, that was the end of a boy. He entered that day a boy and came out a man. Interestingly in that video (video ) of that night put out by Rittenhouse's lawyers, it shows Rittenhouse with shouldered weapon aiming at another "protester" after he'd wounded the one with the glock and not killing that surrendering protester. Right there in that video is what's going to save that young man. Even in the furiousness of the moment, his inner decency doesn't allow him to kill that last man. Thank God.
     
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2020
  21. shamrock

    shamrock Newbie

    Joined:
    Dec 29, 2019
    Messages:
    18
    Yes. thank God he didn't go that final step. Tensions are too high in the cities now. Left wing agitators at it again. Thank God I'm a country boy!
     
  22. Bucky

    Bucky Master

    Joined:
    Jul 20, 2018
    Messages:
    2,829
  23. TomIron361

    TomIron361 Mentor

    Joined:
    Jan 23, 2017
    Messages:
    538
    I could instruct anyone on here in less than an hours time all they needed to know about my work. It was easy to understand but difficult to do. The three main points to doing the work were, physical, mental and emotional (at least normal intellect). A man might have been deficient in one of the categories and still might have been able to do the work because he was able to make up for that deficiency through the combination of the other two attributes. But if he were deficient in two categories, he couldn't make up the difference. With blacks, they were mostly deficient in at least two of the areas. But in my 40 yrs. in the trade, I came across only two that were different than the usual black. One was totally into the work and no different that us White guys and Indian guys. He was accepted as one of us by both groups (he was not American - he was from one of the islands - unfortunately, he was killed on a job in Manhattan). The other guy I'll mention couldn't do a certain part of the work that he really wanted to do. He was a good man but didn't have what it took to be a "connecter." But I liked him - his heart was right but he just couldn't make up for the big lack of intellect. In forty years of observation of blacks, those were the only two worth much in the trade.

    Anyone who says there nothing to skin color, they're either very inexperienced or stupid, or a combination of both.
     
  24. La France Blanche

    La France Blanche Mentor

    Joined:
    Sep 12, 2016
    Messages:
    1,528
    Fun fact: Martin Van Buren, the 8th President of the United States, was the only U.S. President to grow up speaking a language other than English. His ancestors were Dutch who were part of the colony of New Amsterdam, later conquered by the English and becoming New York. Even though Van Buren was born 120 years after the English conquest, he still grew up speaking Dutch.

    If it took that long for White cultures like the Dutch to assimilate into the dominant Anglo-Saxon culture, think of how hard (AKA impossible) it will be for non-whites to assimilate.
     
  25. Leonardfan

    Leonardfan Hall of Famer

    Joined:
    Jul 30, 2006
    Messages:
    14,891
    Let's be honest they aren't even going to try and assimilate. There is no reason for them too. It's just another example of how the powers that be are doing their best to attack the majority racial group in this country.
     

Share This Page