After slicing through defenses as a tight end back in the day, and after demolishing teams as a head coach, Mike Ditka has decided to stand up again late in life to destroy one last adversary – the freeloading Black terrorists in our midst.
Former Bears star and coach Mike Ditka, an adamant critic of National Football League players kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial discrimination, said Monday in a national radio interview that this country has been free of oppression for at least a century.
“All of a sudden, it’s become a big deal now, about oppression,” Ditka told Jim Gray on Westwood One’s pregame show ahead of the Bears’ “Monday Night Football” loss to the Vikings. “There has been no oppression in the last 100 years that I know of. Now maybe I’m not watching it as carefully as other people.”
“Is that the stage for this? If you want to protest, or whatever you want to protest, you’ve got a right to do that, but I think you’re a professional athlete, you have an obligation to the game,” Ditka said. “I think you have to respect the game. That’s what I think is the most important thing. I don’t see a lot of respect for the game. I just see respect for their own individual opinions. Opinions are like noses, we all have one. Some are good. Some are bad.”
Ditka insisted he wasn’t “condemning anybody or criticizing anybody” but urged players to “protest when the game’s over, protest whatever other way you want to” and said he would bench players who insisted on demonstrating during the anthem because it’s disrespectful.
“If you don’t respect our country, then you shouldn’t be in this country playing football,” he said. “Go to another country and play football. If you had to go somewhere else to try to play the sport, you wouldn’t have a job. So that would be my take. If you can’t respect the flag and the country, then you don’t respect what this is all about. So I would say, adios.”
Gray cited athletes such as Muhammad Ali and Jesse Owens who have taken on social injustices, but Ditka was unmoved.
“I don’t know what social injustices have been,” Ditka said. “Muhammad Ali rose to the top. Jesse Owens is one of the classiest individuals that ever lived. I mean, you can say, ‘Are you (saying) everything is based on color?’ I don’t see it that way. I think that you have to be color blind in this country. You’ve got to look at a person for what he is and what he stands for and how he produces, not by the color of his skin. That has never had anything to do with anything.”
This is somewhat cucked, but from his statement we can deduce that this country is now more racially hobbled than ever before.
At this point you’re looking at anti-White hatred wherever you turn – Colorfuls are entitled to whatever their primitive hearts desire so long as it doesn’t slap the Jews across their hooked-nosed faces.
And while we’re on the subject, let’s just keep it real here, everyone.
Blacks in the United States have ALWAYS had an existence better than they ever deserved, ever desired, and ever dreamed of back in their cannibal and Ebola-infested jungle habitats.
Under slavery (there were I’m sure a few minor exceptions), Blacks were treated with dignity, were provided ample personal resources and nourishment (they actually grew significantly in average height), and oftentimes grew to become a part of the Master’s family in deeper ways than they shared with their own blood kin back in Africa.
It should even be noted that after the War Between The States, many freed slaves expressed regret over their new lot, and spoke of the joys of their former “bondage” until their dying days.
And after the proto-Communists of the Reconstruction Era were at last expelled, Jim Crow ushered in what could honestly be described as the pinnacle of the Negro Race’s entire existence.
During the roughly three generations before Jew-instigated rebellion, Blacks were required by society to manage their own affairs, maintain their own communities, and at least make the attempt to copy White civilization as best as was possible under genetic constraints.
Standard Black vices like public intoxication, overall sloth/degeneracy, and “muh dik” were punished harshly and justly, and were overall at levels lower than anything seen in modern times.
As for this mysterious “oppression” I’m always hearing about?
Not seeing it.