Friday, December 14, 2012

The Jews that run American sports

I have always been one to scoff at the very notion of "political correctness". That's just a repackaged term of what George Orwell called "newspeak" in his classic novel "1984" that was published way back in 1949. Basically, it entails not only attempting to delete words from our language, but to replace them with others that the intelligentsia deem more appropriate for their own agendas. Without getting into the various ethnic "nicknames" that seem to be taboo these days to everyone outside of those particular groups, while they still use the terms freely amongst themselves, such words as "cripple" and "retard" are no longer allowed to be used. Nowadays, it's "physically challenged" or perhaps someone with "special needs". Nobody's bald anymore. They're "follicly impaired". The list goes on and on.

To all of which I say, BS. It is what it is. If one is 5 foot 2 and weighs 300 pounds, you're a freaking fatass. If one is 30 years old and stands 3 feet tall, you're a midget. It ain't personal -- it's just the way it is -- and I'm not afraid to say so. Good grief, yours truly has a bald spot on the back of his head, a widow's peak up front, and craters under my eyes the Eagle could have probably landed in. It is what it is.

But nobody's allowed to talk about Jewish people, right? Wrong. I will. They've controlled a lot of things for a long time, behind the scenes, but this is about sports.

Bud Selig, the Commissioner of major league baseball, is a Jew.
So is Gary Bettman, the Commissioner of the NHL.
So is Donald Fehr, formerly the head of the major league baseball players' union, currently the head of the NHL players' union. Bettman and Fehr now find themselves at odds with each other trying to divide up a multi-billion dollar pie in a sport that very few Jews even participate in.
So is David Stern, the Commissioner of the NBA. Stern has announced that he will retire soon, and has hand-picked his successor. That man's name is Adam Silver. Guess what? Yep. And since when does a Commissioner get to hand-pick his successor? Aren't the owners supposed to get together and deliberate such a matter, before coming up with a choice of their own?

The only guy in charge of a league that isn't a Jew is Roger Goodell, the Commissioner of the NFL. Recently, Goodell came under a lot of fire over his handling of the New Orleans Saints "bounty system", particularly with the suspensions he had handed down to certain players. It was alleged by some that Roger was too biased in his rulings. Demaurice Smith, currently the head of the NFL players' union was heading the charge to get appeals heard by a more "neutral" party.

That all sounds good, but few know that despite being black, Demaurice Smith is also Jewish. When Goodell recused himself to allow another to step in and have the final say over the entire "bountygate" matter, guess who was put in charge? Former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue, a Jew himself. He overruled Goodell. Imagine that.

It seems odd, but the facts are inescapable. While a very small percentage of the players themselves are of the same faith, in the vast majority of American professional sports, Jews are not only in charge of management, but in charge of the unions as well. How did this come to be and does/should it matter? Opinions likely vary, but like a lot of other things -- again -- it is what it is.

And here's a kicker for you..... Do an internet search of some top professional sports agents that wrangle all those insane contracts from the owners to see what they have in common. Guess what?

But maybe nobody's supposed to notice all that, much less talk about it.

Like it or not, I just did.

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