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Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
I don't think i can anymore. Certainly not the mainstream team sports at the top level. It just seems pozzed to the point of toxicity. I still watch boxing, as that's not really tied up with the 'national team' bullshit so much, and is my passion. But sports such as soccer are so heavily psy-op'd by Globo Homo now, it just seems self defeating.

I've come to see being emotionally invested in a sports team as pathetic. Grown men shouting and screaming, in some instances even crying when their team fails. It is emblematic of the infantilisation of our society. Watch videos of sports fans in the 70s and none of them were remotely like that. They might have been fighting back then, but crying if their team lost? Having what can only be called 'toddler tantrums' on radio station phone ins, or on YouTube vids? It's all so cringeworthy at this point.

Soccer was always edgy, violent and tribal back in the day. Now go and it's constant Globo Homo endorsments 'hope not hate' announcements, 'say no to racism' (eg 'say yes to your replacement') constant campaigns repeated ad infinitum all around the grounds, Rainbow Laces being worn 'in support of LGBT), women's soccer being wildly pushed at every juncture. The absolute clamour for a gay soccer player to come-out and be the poster boy...

The whole thing just stinks of a psy-op at this point. Kids growing up worshiping athletes that play for their country, but aren't even tangibly of that nation. It's absurd and toxic.

The modern game operates as a safety valve to release otherwise healthy (but now forbidden) In-Group-Preference. You cant express that anymore if you're a white male. But go along to a game, spend 70 dollars on a ticket, support a bunch of West Africans, owned by an Arabic state or a Jewish billionaire & you can shout and scream about being "United til i die!!!" until your voice is horse...

I think the only way to enjoy it is to watch grassroots level sports. Away from the modern Global Franchises & 'superstars'. Go and watch your local parks team or sunday league. The modern top level sports have gone at this point.

This video sums a lot of it up



10-29-2019 02:36 AM
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
I've never cared much for team sports, but I do enjoy watching UFC. Diaz / Masvidal on Saturday is probably going to be a great fight.

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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
Managed to find the video referenced I'm just popping it on and laughing

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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
I don't watch sports nearly as much as I used to. The globohomo age is definitely part of it, but also because there are more interesting things to do with our time. I still love watching football and pay attention to the NFL, but I don't plan days around it like I used to. And I would never buy a jersey or anything. Seems pretty weird to wear another man's jersey.

There's so many damn games, leagues and teams that it gets boring paying attention to all of it. Football can be my normie thing though. I like golf as well.
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
Since my mom died, I spend a lot more time with my dad and he still enjoys watching college football and basketball and pro baseball and football - and he goes nuts for Ninja Warrior. Mom's death hit him hard and he doesn't want to do much else so I don't complain or explain to him about how much the players hate America and him specifically for being a white male.

I do enjoy college games, Ninja Warrior, some X-games events, golf and surfing. I used to be a huge MMA fan but it's gotten boring.
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I've always thought sportsball was rigged to a certain extent. The NBA being the best example of this, but they're all guilty at some level. The book 'The Fix Is In: The Showbiz Manipulations of the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and NASCAR' by Brian Tuohy covers the 'why?' and gives some examples.

To answer the question, I don't really enjoy watching sports anymore. It just seems so fake and corporate - like everything in modern society.
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(10-29-2019 02:51 AM)The Catalyst Wrote:  Managed to find the video referenced I'm just popping it on and laughing


It's next level isnt it. One thing to bear in mind though, is that they have a longstanding England Fans Channel (with sponsors), and ultimately are shilling for likes, subs and brownie points.
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(10-29-2019 03:24 AM)VNvet Wrote:  I've always thought sportsball was rigged to a certain extent. The NBA being the best example of this, but they're all guilty at some level.

The book 'The Fix Is In: The Showbiz Manipulations of the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and NASCAR' by Brian Tuohy covers everything.

To answer the question, I don't really enjoy watching sports anymore. It just seems so fake and corporate - like everything in modern society.

It's so obvious in the NFL. Guys getting called for hands to the face clearly just to keep the drive going. That no-call last year in the Rams-Saints game that kept the Saints out of the Superbowl. But they gotta get fans interested in the Rams somehow, there's an almost $2 billion stadium to pay for.
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You guys bring up a good point about the NFL. Something similar happened with the refs helping the Packers earlier this year. I'm sure there have been other instances of it. The constant commercial breaks make it difficult to sit through a game as well. Sports used to be the main appeal of having cable, but I don't even miss having it.
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
Asha Logos addresses this point, circa the 6 minute mark.


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No, you can't enjoy mainstream sports anymore. Nor can you play them, while maintaining your integrity. Because your private opinions and beliefs can no longer be held private.

Athletes think they can just 'go with the flow' and 'not speak out' but nowadays that's not enough. They are actively prompted and cajoled by the media and pressure-groups into publicly advocating for whatever the cause of the day is. To say 'No' at this stage equates to being a bigot and their livelihood is threatened with destruction.

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(10-29-2019 04:13 AM)Richard Turpin Wrote:  No, you can't enjoy mainstream sports anymore. Nor can you play them, while maintaining your integrity. Because your private opinions and beliefs can no longer be held private.

Athletes think they can just 'go with the flow' and 'not speak out' but nowadays that's not enough. They are actively prompted and cajoled by the media and pressure-groups into publicly advocating for whatever the cause of the day is. To say 'No' at this stage equates to being a bigot and their livelihood is threatened with destruction.

Imagine what fate would befall a white soccer player if he started to talk openly about Rotherham or the Grooming Gangs. Yet any other ethnic groups players are heralded as heroic for doing so with their group (a black player talking about gangs, muslim player talking about islamaphobia, african talking about poverty etc etc etc).
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Must admit to catching the Top Six matchups in The Premier League (best football league) but yes the "Make Room For GloboHomo" propaganda is cringe AF.
Also if you're a grown ass man wearing a jersey/kit with another man's name on your back, it's safe to assume you'd let that man bang out your significant other and brag about it.

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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
First of all - sports balls is Roman circus now that should deflect men from looking into real issues. They should focus their innate tribal instincts into useless endeavor - porn and too much computer games follow along the same vein.

And of course if we enter the field of national representative sports, then it becomes even worse with globohomo immigration propaganda. The over-representation of Africans among many speed-based sports. It's fine as I am concerned and logical as evolutionairy specialized breeding for millennia works that way. Have the fastest blokes have the most children for a while and any ethnicity can do it too given enough time - the Chinese could one day become the fastest runners of the world if they cared about that.

But what this does now is for many national teams be like - your Africans play against our Africans. It's become effectively a promotion of civic nationalism for the West while it allows ethno-nationalism for everyone else.

A recent incident was where a Turkish-heritage "Austrian" called the Turkish army "our victorious army". So you have a Turk still feeling Turkish despite playing for a Western team - heck sometimes even been in the country for multiple generations.

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So the message is clear - they can be as ethno-nationalist, "racist" as they want while the West is just taught to be as suicidal as possible. The sports is just the end-whiff of it that should hammer home this message to the remaining masculine men there.

And finally - the boys playing of all races are not to be blamed of course. They just use their talents to the utmost. They too are being used as tools for the propaganda machine to create the new homo Sovieticus.

Still - a 80% non-Japanese soccer team would be laughed out of the stadiums, but Western countries should just take it and like it.

The national teams are thus more a farce now. As for privately owned teams or individual athletes - aside from the distraction aspect I don't care. Personally I respect more individual athletes becuase there is less agenda driven there and the men making it are indeed great.





Thus when I see a fighter like Israel Adesanya I just see a fantastic athlete that I enjoy to watch and excel. But nothing like that comes up when an 80% African team represents the country of Moliere.
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
Sure you can enjoy sport, but probably not elite level sport. I used to be into UFC, but I now find it more interesting going to the local fight shows. You might not be seeing the worlds best, but you are seeing the best in your community, so they might as well be. Connor mcgregors not going to have youf back, but your local tough guy might.

Also a really good atmosphere and sense of community at your local footy club on game day. Go down, watch a game played by people you know instead of foreign mercenaries who couldnt give a fuck about you or your community, have a few drinks, a bbq and a good time for the whole family. Thats where the enjoyment is.
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When you are a teenager, you're cheering for athletes that are older/stronger than you. Therefore, your admiration is logical: i.e. they give you something to aspire to. The physical victories of the older athlete can serve as an inspirational metaphor for one's own life.

However, eventually you're a 50 year-old man cheering for some 17 year old that is not your son. It's embarrassing, really. And of course, the identity transfer is also strange: i.e. "What happened to your Steelers this weekend? Oh, my Steelers, etc.

And then, during the week, the "commentators" (i.e.Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman) give you the topics of your work week: i.e. Lebron's groin, Kyle Korver's white privilege, sexism in women's water polo, etc. They're not satisfied with merely destroying the Sunday game...they need to desecrate your spirit on a daily basis.

The whole thing functions as a kind of NPC drugging.

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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
Well, a simple "rule" I have is that I'm only following sports that I myself am playing and practicing. Otherwise, what's the point?

I don't watch to vicariously live through others, I watch to let the best of the best inspire me, and maybe even learn something.
It motivates me to go out, meet friends, and actually play the game.
Learn some new moves, new tricks, push myself to be better.

Most of the time I'm also just watching highlights, rarely a full game.
If I watch a full game, it's a social occasion, usually meeting some friends to hang out with and shoot the shit.

I also think that unless you're practicing a sport yourself, you can't really appreciate what elite level athletes are doing. Just makes it so much more interesting and impressive.

I'm aware that most people are not like that, however.
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As for the whole politics surrounding sportsball, it's obviously all bullshit.
But we live in Clown World, so why would anybody expect sports to be exempt?
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The homosexual agenda in spectator sports was a major turnoff for me. Fox Sports fired Craig James because he supported traditional marriage. He didn’t even talk about it on the air; he supported traditional marriage off the air. The Miami Dolphins fined a player, Don Jones, because he said it was horrible that ESPN showed footage of Michael Sam kissing another man. ESPN fired Curt Schilling because he opposed transgender bathrooms, not on the air, but on his personal Facebook page. Major League Baseball even appointed an executive for the purpose of promoting normalization of homosexuality. Anyone gets fined or disciplined for making a “homophobic” remark.

This seems to go hand-in-hand with the feminization of sports in general. In the NFL you can no longer hit the quarterback. You can’t hit him hard, you can’t hit him too low, you can’t hit him too high. You have to stop and ask him if he’ll have a cup of tea with you before you tackle him. Now we live in an age of such “great” quarterbacks who pass for 500 yards every game because you can’t hit him anymore. In pro baseball they banned homeplate collisions. They couldn’t figure out how that would work, they just know they wanted to ban it.

We are also starting to see more women commentators, women referees, women assistant coaches, etc…

A previous post made a good point that crying when you lose has become accepted in sports whereas many years ago you rarely saw that.
I read that there was a high school football coach in Connecticut who got suspended because his team beat the other team by more than 50 points. It hurt the other team’s feelings, I guess.

In my view UFC takes the opposite extreme. I think it is barbaric for two people to get in a ring and try to kill each other. I guess the more mainstream sports no longer provide an outlet for men, so now it’s things like UFC, or beating up the girlfriend at home.
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New sports entertainment will be more and more male to female trans in women’s sports setting major records in women’s categories that will never be broken. Can’t wait.
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
I watch the elite basketball leagues, cause I enjoy watching the best in the game and also play myself. However, I rarely watch full games, since they're time consuming and I'd rather spend the time honing my own skills or working on my physique.

That said, I don't see the your Africans vs our Africans dynamic in basketball.
Of the 4 best teams in the last world championship on France had black players. Spain, Argentina, Australia (one aboriginal) had no black dudes at all.

I do agree that soccer is pushing the narrative that all it takes is citizenship to be a true citizen of a respective country. In my opinion, it's more about sharing the same value system, which unfortunately very often is not the case with immigrants. The values lead to guys like this feeling comfortable and integrated.



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(10-29-2019 07:44 AM)droughtmeat Wrote:  I watch the elite basketball leagues, cause I enjoy watching the best in the game and also play myself. However, I rarely watch full games, since they're time consuming and I'd rather spend the time honing my own skills or working on my physique.

That said, I don't see the your Africans vs our Africans dynamic in basketball.
Of the 4 best teams in the last world championship on France had black players. Spain, Argentina, Australia (one aboriginal) had no black dudes at all.

I do agree that soccer is pushing the narrative that all it takes is citizenship to be a true citizen of a respective country. In my opinion, it's more about sharing the same value system, which unfortunately very often is not the case with immigrants. The values lead to guys like this feeling comfortable and integrated.




Boxers like that get accepted being in a tiny minority and taking in the values. What would happen long-term with a small influx of Africans into Europe? 99% of them would have grandkids who tell stories of how they had a cool black grandfather who was a boxer - not much of a change to the core culture.

In contrast - what happens to a Europe that becomes 30% minority European? It become Haiti, Turkey, Brazil.

So that is why you can like that one African legionnaire or boxer, but have a very different feeling with an 80% African French team - especially when you know that this is just the beginning and in 50-80 years that will be the majority of the country.

And no - it's not proven in the least that France will be fine being 80% Muslim or African - there is nothing in history to show us that this will work. Quite the contrary - we have huge data available telling us that this will end Western civilization and will doom the safe smart prosperous Western countries.

So - in those things scale and strength matter - a few won't matter and can be loved, many however will be death for the West.
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Yep, as I said, the majority don't share those European values. Which lead to massive turmoil, like you said
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RE: Can you still enjoy sport in the GloboHomo age?
Sports today ? Eh, I watch 1 college team in football and 1 pro team in baseball. Not really because of the pseudo male bonding/comradrie + bread and circus it gives; but only because my grandfather watched it with me as a child growing up and that it's become more of a tradition for me

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