The current kerfuffle over Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand during the national anthem is all part of the continued psychological conditioning of the American public. It is part of the fundamental transformation of Western society advocated by the Frankfurt School. As First Lady Hillary Clinton stated, “remolding society certainly in the West is one of the great challenges facing all of us.” The owners of the NFL are members of the elite who are working for this outcome. They see nothing wrong with Kaepernick’s behavior, in fact they encourage it. The owners of the NFL have repeatedly revealed where they stand.
The NFL has imposed penalties for behavior during games. Players are prohibited from excessive demonstrations after touchdowns. The Dallas Cowboys were told they could not honor fallen officers with a patch on their helmets. Kaepernick has been wearing his idiotic “pig socks” during practice without comment. Beyonce’s Super Bowl halftime show in February was a tribute to the Black Panthers. The “hands up, don’t shoot" pose has become popular. Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction was not an accident. All these incidents are designed to push the progressive agenda forward. Kaepernick is praised by the president and egged on by the media.
Kaepernick states, “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.” He wears a Fidel Castro t-shirt. Perhaps he should try to remain seated during the playing the Cuban national anthem on a visit to Havana.
At one time America was populated by “deplorables.” Most NFL fans are still “deplorables.” Through the media and academia the progressives have managed to reduce the number of “deplorables.” The public schools and universities are teaching that America is the greatest source of evil in the world using textbooks by Howard Zinn and others.
Many professional athletes are multimillionaire thugs. Their crimes are kept out of the media unless they are so outrageous that it is not possible to suppress. They have no sense of gratitude. It is remarkable that in spite of their tremendous success they can still feel resentful. If a professional athlete were crazy enough to display a Confederate flag there would be no babble about freedom of speech. One just has to recall the fate of John Rocker. He made some innocent statements about New York and was promptly sent to reeducation camp.
Colin Kaepernick wrapped up his second start this season for the San Francisco 49ers, and decided to go with another statement t-shirt at his post-game press conference. Kaepernick sported a Black Panther Party t-shirt.