Monday, September 12, 2016

Armour: Players protest on 9/11, and that's fine

by Nancy Armour, USA Today Sports

On 9/11, of all days, there were some who wanted to dictate what’s “appropriate” when it comes to respecting this country. Who decided symbols are more important than what they actually represent. 

On this day, of all days, there were those who would rather make a mockery of our freedom by insisting we all act and think as one than allow people to actually exercise our most cherished rights.
On this day, of all days.

Commentary from Lynn J. Cheramie III, Founder, FFOA News Network and NOFAR

One article described it as a protest for American Injustice. If that's so then why are all of the players kneeling Black? Aren't all Americans involved? When Tommie Smith and John Carlos lifted their fist in protest at the 1968 Olympic Games it truly meant something. We weren't that far removed from laws that were designed to assist in equality and protest was needed to solidify them.

Racism is in the eyes of the beholder and the #msm propaganda machine keeps spouting our own governments agenda. They use it to say they're trying to help rid us of racism but in actuality create racism to help themselves! These players are only disposable pawns, most of which would only be another stat in a death toll on black America perpetrated by other blacks and created by our so-called leaders! Let's not forget who really pays the players, AMERICANS! The very thing they protest supports their million dollar a year paycheck! The NFL needs to fire some people since they write the checks and hardworking Americans provide the funds.

ALL MINORITIES will only be free once they understand that racism is only provided by the very government that is sworn to protect them!


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