So what do you think about the tomahawk chop in Atlanta?
Rob Manfred, the Commissioner of Baseball has weighed in on this issue.
Danger, Will Robinson.
Baseball belongs to you.
What do you think?
Is the tomahawk chop insulting to Native Americans? Has there ever been one Native American who has fallen into a state of anxiety and depression because the citizens of Atlanta were engaging in the tomahawk chop?
Have any Native Americans been admitted to your local behavioral center center with a diagnosis of logo-gesture anxiety?
It’s difficult for me to believe that a Native American would be any more aggrieved by the tomahawk chop then I would be if people engaged in a forward sword thrust which my ancestors most certainly engaged in when killing each other.
There is no issue.
It’s a bogus issue brought up by the elites to socially reengineer society, to take all the fun out of your life, to make you heel to their command.
They snap their fingers. and you bark.
They couldn’t give two flips about Native Americans. And they proved it when they broke every treaty with them and slaughtered them.
Remember, the people who are in power today were put in power by the people who were put in power by the people who were put in power by the people were put in power back in the day.
They are all cut out of the same cloth from one generation to the next.
If you’ll notice, nobody said a damn word about Minnesota fans dressing up with Viking helmets.
During the Cowboys game today against Minnesota, there was no outrage at all when a sports personality blew that giant cattle horn to begin the game.
Isn’t that disrespectful to current day Norwegians and Swedes?
You see, our elites pick and choose what they want to be outraged about.
How about the Boston Celtics?
Why aren’t we getting rid of their name?
What’s the difference between a Celtic and an Indian?
They both came out of the woods.
In fact, we all came out of the woods if you go back far enough.
Well, you see, when you start talking about the Boston Celtics, why then you’re getting a little bit too close to the power center where the elites live.
Now, those elites who live in Cambridge, they love their Celtics. They aren’t going to give up their name. Nor their leprechaun.
That’s their name. That’s their logo. It’s your name that’s the offensive one. It’s your logo that is punishing people.
That’s the game they play.
When they aren’t ruining sports, when they aren’t making your life miserable, when they aren’t telling you what to eat and what words may be spoken, they are barking down the house in which you live.
Where you live is urban sprawl that is desecrating the environment.
Where they live has always been there.
From the beginning of time.
Your house destroyed what was once a lovely meadow.
Their house has always been there.
Except when it wasn’t there.
In fact, their house is only there because those noble elites who talk down to you slaughtered the Pequot Indians in the early 1600s.
But that’s okay because that happened then. And they have conveniently moved their transgressions into a part of the brain that they refuse to acknowledge.
What’s important is what’s going on now. And what’s going on now is that the citizens of Atlanta are demeaning Indians by engaging in a tomahawk chop.
Forget about the stolen lands. Forget about the broken treaties. Forget about the induced genocide by cooping Indians up on reservations.
What’s important is the tomahawk chop.
Harvard graduate, Rob Manfred, the Commissioner of Baseball says he supports the citizens of Atlanta.
I don’t believe that for a second.
Rob Manfred is an agent of the empire who in time will destroy baseball. He will walk down every avenue he can to inject politics into sports.
He takes his orders from the elites. If he is conciliating, it is only because he fears the immense power of the people who want to maintain their traditions and who have greater common sense than he does.
Still, he is a dangerous man.
By even discussing the issue, he puts the issue on the front burner.
Axiom: It doesn’t belong there at all.
As a matter fact, Rob Manfred has no authority at all to dictate anything in baseball.
Like his Ivy League predecessors, he’s a court jester, a village idiot, a babbling dunce.
It’s your sport, not his.
It doesn’t belong to him. It doesn’t belong to Bart Giamatti. It doesn’t belong to Bowie Kuhn. It doesn’t belong to Harvard University. It doesn’t belong to the Ivy League.
It’s your sport.
Baseball belongs to you.
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