Three years ago, I had to spent about five days in a VA hospital for a pretty serious infection and once I started feeling better, they told me to walk around the hospital as much as possible.
During one of my little walks through the halls, I went past a lot of other patient rooms. One of these walks was on a Sunday when football would have been on.
There was the funniest thing happening, there wasn’t one television on the whole patient floor that was showing an NFL game. It was one of those things that if the NFL had realized what they were doing three years ago, they would have been able to stop this madness.
The only takeaway from last week’s pre-game dueling anthems prior to the Baltimore Ravens-Cleveland Browns game is that the players are ignorant but useful tools or they’re knowingly lying to themselves and us about the devastation that comes when [email protected] takes root in a country.
While all but two Baltimore Ravens players stood during the ‘black national anthem,’ most either took a knee or sat down as the American national anthem was played.
While the NFL and its players are celebrating Black Lives Matter they have either failed to even visit the BLM website to learn what they were supportive of or, they are in agreement with the radical Marxist’s agenda.
According to their website, BLM calls for, in my view, the immediate imposition of Marxism, criticizes the paternally-led family, and rejection of the ‘white fault’ of striving to be the best you can be.
(USA Today) In a New York Times tribute headlined, “Happy Birthday, Karl Marx. You Were Right!” philosophy professor Jason Barker declared that “educated liberal opinion is today more or less unanimous in its agreement (with) Marx’s basic thesis” on the flaws of capitalism. But this is true only if “educated liberal opinion” simply does not care about tyranny.
Already, we have witnessed the the leftist fascists targeting police officers for death. Likewise, the killing of Trump supporters for having a different political viewpoint.
The current crop of leftist anarchists calling for a socialist economic system, on one hand decry the power of the state and its cozy relationship with multinational corporations, and on the other are clamoring for turning all future political power over to the government.