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League of Evil



What started out as one man’s act of rebellion against a country that supported his success had ballooned into the biggest political debate of the 2016 & 2017 NFL Seasons.

The truth in all of this is that 1st Amendment Constitutional Rights are protected only from government, and so, if the players are allowed to continue to kneel during the National Anthem and the team owners say that they can, then they can kneel without any ramifications. However, if the team owners tell the players that they cannot, then they must stop or suffer the consequences of being fired. And the owners would have a legal right to do so. Or the players could then quit and go find employment elsewhere. That’s an option as well.

The Constitution doesn’t distinguish between good speech and bad speech. The idea that we can tout free speech when it comes to topics that we think are worthy, but not when we disagree with them, flies in the face of what freedom of speech really is all about. Let’s be honest, freedom of speech, freedom of religion and all other freedoms mean that it’s the freedom to be wrong.

If we were required to be right, there would have to be someone parsing out right from wrong and handing it down to us, and that’s exactly what America was founded to get away from. If history has taught us nothing else, we should take away from it that we, as a society, should always be learning and that can only happen if we’re given the freedom to be wrong.

When all of this began, Kaepernick first said; “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.”

Now, it’s more than two years later, and the issue has become more convoluted and divisive than ever before.


Although kneeling is one of the more reverent, reflective, respectful, and humble postures that anyone can exhibit, still many Americans found his actions incredibly disrespectful. And it was.

I know some readers will disagree with me, and that’s ok. In this country we are free to disagree, but my hope is that those of you that are either on the ‘fence’ or already on the Left, will come to realize that the division and the destruction of our country’s founding principles, traditions and historical icons is being perpetrated by those that want to create division and chaos, so that they can offer the solution of a socialist utopia to save us all, later on.

It is also my hope that we can save, and thereby, preserve this great country for EVERYONE that’s already here now…before it’s gone.

You see, what many fail to realize is that the real problem in this country is not race, but Leftist-ideology, which is being used to promote the Globalist Agenda!

In fact, there are some books that some of you should consider reading, so that you can educate yourselves about the ‘Deep State’ and the path that they want to send us down, in order to create a fascist world-government dictatorship for us all to live in and here they are:

“Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley
“Tragedy and Hope” by Carroll Quigley
“It Can’t Happen Here” by Sinclair Lewis
“The Creature from Jekyll Island” by E. Edward Griffin
“None Dare Call It Conspiracy” by Gary Allen
“The Communist Manifesto” by Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels
…and we can’t forget about George Orwell’s “1984”

If you are able to get past all of the race-politics in the anti-Anthem movement (which is being used to divide the country) and look at the core problem, which led to the very same police brutality that Kaepernick started his protesting over, you will see that it was during the Clinton Administration, in the 90’s, when our nations police forces became “militarized” which was one of the steps taken to move our society towards the ever encroaching “police-state”.



First of all, such a serious debacle only occurs by purposeful design. The whole NFL disaster was meticulously engineered to produce a specific effect.

Of course, the hidden individuals who conceived this fake protest did so with many goals in mind, as they always do when running a social engineering experiment on the American people.

So, who’s fanning the flames of all this discontent anyway?  But more importantly, why was this allowed to continue for so long in the first place?

The New World Order globalists know that the best way to tear down a nation is to eradicate its history, its heroes, its culture, its traditions, it symbols, its values and founding principles, its customs, its statues, its flags, and, of course, its patriotic songs and anthems.

It is necessary that we educate ourselves on what is happening to our free nation, before it’s not free anymore because in this battle to keep America a free and Constitutional-Republic it’s going to take all Americans of EVERY color, shape and size to win this fight!

The NFL is not only wrong in this matter, but electing to conspire with those who are doing the work of Globalist Bankers that want to see the end of America, in order to create a Fascist World Government for themselves and that’s insane! It has been proven (with the release of the Wiki leaks documents) that a “shadow government” has been set up above the forms of our great democracy with the intent to subvert our constitution and our laws.

Will we remain a free people with a Constitutional Republic….or become a Fascist Regime, led by un-elected bureaucrats & multi-national corporations, just like Europe?

The PROTESTING PLAYERS (and this is the worst) are becoming bad examples for the children who are living in our country. These children get very little real teaching on our history in the schools. It is sad. If we allow this to continue we will begin to lose our freedoms one by one. United we stand...divided we fall.

What is tiring is the drama of the players. Half of them don't even know what they are protesting -- just ask them. Different answers from different people. Probably the most ridiculous answer I've heard was that they are protesting "systemic oppression." They are probably the highest paid employees in the country and they're protesting oppression?

I believe in equality for all, both men & women, white and black, rich and poor but I do not believe in tarnishing the sacrifices of others in order to achieve it. That doesn’t make you any better than the people you are protesting against and it’s heartbreaking to see. There’s plenty of means and methods of protest without showing that you have absolutely no respect for the countless people who have died and are serving for this country, especially for people with the kind of money these NFL Owners and Players have.

Both veterans and law enforcement put their lives on the line (in their chosen occupations) to face the true evils of this world every day. They are often put into scenarios where they have to make split second decisions and sometimes they make the wrong decisions, but the demonizing of public officials was going on long before Trump ever took office and I think it’s important to note that while former President Obama was in office, signing over 200 Un-Constitutional “executive orders”, most of which, were in violation of our 2nd, 4th and 5th Amendment Rights, where were all of these protesters then?

Think about that for a while and still tell me none of what’s going on in the league right now is not being perpetrated by the “useful idiots” of our society who truly have no idea what living under REAL oppression is actually like.

Just ask any Russian immigrant who came here to escape Stalin’s Soviet Union.

For those of you who are unaware; I’m going to tell you that our beloved sport has been hijacked by Evil Globalist and they’re using it as a vehicle to promote this Anti-American rhetoric.

My fellow Who-Dats; there are sinister forces at work [constantly] who want to destroy this country and everything that America stands for, and they’ll corrupt & pervert the very things we love and hold dear (like our sports) in order to reach that destructive end.
Make no mistake, the “League of Evil” is real and anyone who speaks out about the actions of communist-leftist will be demonized, just like Drew Brees and other patriots like him.

And now, you’re asking yourself; “Well, what’s GLOBALISM and how did it get into the NFL?



Another aspect to all of this Anti-American rhetoric is the League’s new policy to play even MORE games overseas every year.

The NFL wants to expand its popularity internationally, and if that effort means upsetting the league’s regular season and the fans, then so be it.

Some players must wonder what they’re doing in London or Mexico City during the middle of what is a relatively short season for them, but most don’t say anything presumably because NFL players are discouraged from saying anything negative. But earlier this season, Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley spoke out (negatively) about having to play overseas.  He’s right. The first problem with the international series, which is designed to grow the game globally, is that it makes the schedule imbalanced for some teams. The Rams, a playoff contender, are the “home” team on Sunday, about 5,000 miles from Los Angeles.

That means the Rams get seven true home games when the Seattle Seahawks, their main contender in the NFC West, gets eight. That’s unfair and a significant difference.
There’s also the travel aspect. Eight teams played in London this season. That means 24 didn’t. It’s obviously more difficult for the teams who have to make that trip, especially for a team like the Rams that will have to spend a full week away from home. It’s unclear what the exact effect of that travel is, but it’s fair to say there is some.

Many of you might not remember this but when Goodell was serving as former NFL commissioner Paul Taglibue’s assistant; Goodell was the one that started the “NFL Europe” back in the 90’s which was the first attempt to start a “world league”. Now, as Commissioner he’s spent the last 10 years trying to gradually implement it even more into our sport by sending our teams and our country’s players overseas for more games more and more every season.

At first, it was just one game a season that was played overseas, now there’s a game EVERY week!

The overall plan of the New World Order is being implemented gradually, citing the formation of the U.S. Federal Reserve System in 1913, the League of Nations in 1919; the International Monetary Fund in 1944; the United Nations in 1945; the World Bank in 1945; the European Union and the euro-currency in 1993; the World Trade Organization in 1998; the African Union in 2002; and the Union of South American Nations in 2008 as major milestones.

The North American Union and the amero-currency, proposed by the Council on Foreign Relations and its counterparts in Mexico and Canada will be the next milestone in the implementation of the New World Order. International elites are planning to replace the Federal Government of the U.S.A with a Transnational Government.

Therefore, the borders between Mexico, Canada and the United States are in the process of being erased, covertly, by a group of globalists whose ultimate goal is to replace national governments in Washington, D.C., Ottawa and Mexico City with a European-style political union and a bloated E.U.-style bureaucracy full of un-elected, power hungry billionaires. And what better way to start dismantling the borders of our country, than having our traditions (like our sports) moved overseas, while being told that we can still “watch it on TV with the rest of the world”.

Liberals and Progressives, with their welfare-state policies and international cooperation programs, contribute to a gradual process of collectivism that will inevitably lead to nations being replaced with a fascist world government dictatorship. And that can never happen, unless we have a borderless nation & society. So, you see, that’s where all of this is going with getting Americans accustomed to having our sporting events going overseas and into Mexico, regularly.

But first, you have to DIVIDE the people. Divide & Conquer. That is the goal here.

You see, my friends, Goodell is part of the evil globalist-cabal and must be fired by the Owners or forced to step down by the FANS! Otherwise, it will get to a point when half the games are played in other countries, and then, eventually, the teams will start moving to other countries…and then American Football will be dead, along with so many of our other traditions.

In just 2 seasons, virtually the entire NFL was used to trash the National Anthem and the flag of the American Republic. It’s Cultural Marxism at its worst in the wholesale destruction of the United States of America.



It’s time for us, the fans, to come together and take OUR sport back from the divisiveness that has hijacked it! The politics of the world found its way into OUR sports because those who want to create division among the people know that sports is something that helps bring us together and we must ignore their rhetoric and remember that because we’re Americans, this is OUR sport and this is OUR heritage.   


When did America start playing the Anthem?  In case any of you were wondering…

In American sports, the flag -- and the Anthem -- is always there. The Anthem is a show, and sometimes a show of force, thanks to the actions of the Pentagon. Every year, the Pentagon approves several hundred requests for military flyovers (even if that means five F-18s buzzing the closed roof of the Arlington Death Star, as was the case for the 2011 Super Bowl). At lesser events, even at the high school level, a color guard is often on hand with the flag as the Anthem is played.



Whitney Houston's rendition before Super Bowl XXV in 1991 has been a top-20 single not once but twice: first in 1991 during the Gulf War and again in 2001 after the 9/11 attacks. Despite the spectacle we make of it, the song remains sacred. Sing it well and you're having a moment. Sing it poorly, and you become a Yahoo article. 

Contrary to what is being promoted by the Liberal-Left in our society today; "The Star-Spangled Banner" in no way glorifies or celebrates slavery. The middle two verses of Key's lyric vilify the British enemy in the War of 1812, in what Key refers to in Verse 3 as "hirelings and slaves." This enemy included both whites and blacks, largely British professional soldiers (hirelings) but also the Corps of Colonial Marines (slaves). The Colonial Marines were escaped black American slaves who joined British forces because of the promise of freedom in return for fighting their former masters.
 
Fortunately, Britain honored this promise after the war, relocating the former slaves and their families to Halifax and Trinidad. However, it’s important to remember that the British were not fighting to free slaves in America.  In fact, Great Britain did not abolish slavery for another 30 years after this period.  They were merely attempting to entice escaped slaves to fight for their side to increase their troop count on the battlefield.  Great Britain could not afford to send more troops to fight in the United States, due to the prospect of war with Napoleon on the European continent again.  For Key, however, the British mercenaries were scoundrels and the Colonial Marines were traitors who threatened to spark a national insurrection.
 
The graphic language of Key's denunciation of this British enemy led to the removal of Verse 3 in sheet music editions of the song in World War I, when the United States and Britain became staunch allies.
 
Yet in 1814 Key's lyric honored American soldiers, both, black and white. "The Star-Spangled Banner" celebrates the heroes who defended Fort McHenry in the face of almost certain defeat against the most powerful naval gunships during that era. America's soldiers included mainly whites, but also free and escaped blacks.  Escaped slave William Williams served in the US infantry at Fort McHenry and was killed by a fragment of a British bomb. Another escaped slave, Charles Ball, writes in his memoirs of being among the American soldiers of the Chesapeake Bay Flotilla who courageously repelled a night attack and saved the city. "The Star-Spangled Banner" thus honors American military heroes, black and white, without regard to race. In this respect, "The Star-Spangled Banner" is not racist.
 
Nevertheless, the song and its roots are deep within the history of the founding of our great nation in the days of its youth.  It is a product of a time when the strain of slavery was clear on the nation and part of US law. To understand the anthem and its legacy, we need to know more than just Key's lyrics. We need to understand their author's feelings and actions about slavery.
 
Francis Scott Key owned seven slaves through inheritance, and, as attorney for the District of Columbia, he notoriously prosecuted the abolitionist Reuben Crandall in the aftermath of the 1835 race riot in Washington. Key was not an abolitionist, yet he was not an ardent supporter of slavery either and is better understood as one dedicated to ending slavery.
 
Key freed four of his slaves in 1842. To one, Clem Johnson, Key offered to provide a "home until his death." As a founder and officer of the American Colonization Society (1816--1964), Key viewed slavery as a moral wrong that required a solution.
 
Rather than abolish slavery, however, the society purchased slaves and offered them passage to Africa. That most American slaves had been born on American soil and had never set foot in Africa made the American Colonization Society controversial. The group struggled, never receiving government support, and its often troubled African settlement eventually became the independent nation of Liberia in 1847.
 
Key is complicit to the extent that he was a pragmatist, who, like nearly all of America's founders and early leaders, inexcusably put the prevailing social order ahead of universal human freedom. In the context of his era, however, Francis Scott Key was surprisingly progressive.  During Key's day, Washington was a bustling capitol of a new nation that hosted both a thriving commercial slave market that traded enslaved black people as commodities as well as the largest community of free blacks in the United States. To serve this community, Key helped establish the Georgetown Lancaster School for freed people of color and even taught there. Over 1,000 black children were students at the school, and most attended tuition-free.
 
A biography about Key has stated that he put his skills and reputation as a lawyer at the service of blacks suing for freedom, most notably in an 1825 case of the slave ship Antelope (a precursor of the Amistad). Speaking to the US Supreme Court, Key described the treatment of slaves as "extreme cruelty" and slaves as "unhappy victims." Key said that those aboard the ship "are men, of whom it cannot be affirmed that they have universally and necessarily an owner." Key lost this case, but most of the enslaved captives were returned to Africa.  It was a moral, if not a legal victory.
 
Key also lost cases for Sally Henry, a woman named Kitty, and William Jordan. They remained enslaved, but Key won the freedom of Harry Quando in 1830 and Joseph Crawford in 1834. Typically, he undertook these cases without expectation or potential for payment of legal fees. Key even led a fundraising effort to help defend a man, woman and child represented by an abolitionist lawyer.
 
On the other hand, Key also represented slave owners as clients suing in court for the return of their then-legal "property”.  In Key's professional career, the matter often seemed a legal one. Those illegally enslaved should be freed. Those legally slaved had to be freed by their owners voluntarily or purchased and released from bondage. Any moral objections Key had against slavery were often set aside at times in his legal practice.  This was due in part to the fact that slavery (at that time in the world) was part of the world economy and had been for centuries. 
 
Thus, it is remarkable that the fourth verse of "The Star-Spangled Banner" begins with this opening line: "O thus be it ever, when freemen shall stand between their loved home and the war's desolation." When Key used the word "freemen," he used a legal term encompassing any man who was free, that is both blacks and whites. As a lawyer, Key used language precisely.
 
It is therefore my belief that "The Star-Spangled Banner" encompasses all Americans; not only is Key's use of the word "freemen" surprisingly inclusive, but because nation and song have both changed since the early 1800’s our nation's anthem, can and should be sung by any and all for everyone.  Anyone who tells you otherwise is tarnishing the memory of the 625,000 Black Americans that volunteered to fight for the Union during America’s Civil War.  Those men fought to be a part of the American society…and they earned it.

 
The Song:
 
Oh, say can you see by the dawn's early light
What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming?
Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight,
O'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming?
And the rocket's red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.
Oh, say does that star-spangled banner yet wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave!
 
On the shore, dimly seen through the mists of the deep,
Where the foe's haughty host in dread silence reposes,
What is that which the breeze, o'er the towering steep,
As it fitfully blows, half conceals, half discloses?
Now it catches the gleam of the morning's first beam,
In full glory reflected now shines in the stream:
'Tis the star-spangled banner! Oh long may it wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave!
 
And where is that band who so vauntingly swore
That the havoc of war and the battle's confusion,
A home and a country should leave us no more!
Their blood has washed out their foul footsteps' pollution.
No refuge could save the hireling and slave
From the terror of flight, or the gloom of the grave:
And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave!
 
Oh! thus be it ever, when freemen shall stand
Between their loved home and the war's desolation!
Blest with victory and peace, may the heaven rescued land
Praise the Power that hath made and preserved us a nation.
Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just,
And this be our motto: "In God is our trust."
And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave!

 
 
What If?
 
Of course, what these protesters fail to realize is that what this song REALLY symbolizes is America’s victory against an invading army.  And if the song wasn’t being sang today, it would be because of the failure of, both, white and blacks to fend off an invasion force that had already massed 70,000 troops on the Canadian border (in Montreal) and another 30,000 in the Caribbean (on the isle of Jamaica) and an attack on the City of New Orleans was being planned for later in the year. 
 
If the invasion had been successful; the United States would’ve been subjugated to British rule again.  The Government would’ve been disbanded, the leaders of our nation would’ve been imprisoned, our Constitution burned and Black Americans (mostly slaves at the time) sent back to Africa, changing EVERYTHING about the world we live in today and altering the history of that world. 
 
And as far as those players that want to protest by taking a knee, while making millions to play the American game of football IN THIS COUNTRY…  That would not be happening.  They’d be playing soccer instead…somewhere else.   






A MARINE'S LETTER TO THE NFL:

Commissioner,

I’ve been a season pass holder at Yankee Stadium, Yale Bowl and Giants Stadium.

I missed the ’90-91 Season because I was with a battalion of Marines in Desert Storm.

Fourteen of my wonderful Marines returned home with the American Flag draped across their lifeless bodies.  My last conversation with one of them, Sgt. Garrett Mongrella, was about how our Giants were going to the Super Bowl. 

He never got to see it.

Many friends, Marines, and Special Forces Soldiers who worked with or for me through the years returned home with the American Flag draped over their coffins. 

Now, I watch multi-millionaire athletes who never did anything in their lives but play a game, disrespect what brave Americans fought and died for.

They are essentially spitting in the faces and on the graves of real men, men who have actually done something for this country beside playing with a ball and believing they’re something special!  They’re not!

My Marines and Soldiers were.

You are complicit in this!  You’ll fine players for large & small infractions but you lack the moral courage and respect for our nation and the fallen to put an immediate stop to this.

Yes, I know it’s their 1st Amendment right to behave in such a despicable manner.

What would happen if they came out and disrespected you or the refs publicly?

I observed a player getting a “personal foul” for ‘twerking’ in the end-zone after scoring.

I guess that’s much worse than disrespecting the flag and out National Anthem.  Isn’t it his 1st Amendment  right to express himself like an idiot in the end-zone? 

Why is taunting not allowed, yet taunting America if OK?? 

You issued fines to players for wearing 9/11 commenmorative shoes, yet you allow scum on the sidelines to sit, kneel or pump their pathetic fist in the air?

You condone it all by your refusal to act.  You’re just as bad and disgusting as they are.

Legends & Heroes do NOT wear shoulder pads.  They wear body armor and carry rifles.

They make minimum wage and spend months and years away from their families.  They don’t do it for an hour on Sunday.  They do it 24/7, often with lead, not footballs coming in their direction.

They watch their brothers carted off in pieces not on a gurney to get their knee iced.  They don’t even have ice!  Many don’t have legs or arms.  Some wear blue and risk lives daily on the streets of America.  They wear fire helmets and go upstairs into the fire rather than down to safety.

And on 9/11 hundreds of them vanished. 

I hope that your high paid protesting pretty boys and you look in the mirror when you shave tomorrow and see what you really are, legends in your own minds.  You need to hit the road and take those worms with you! 

                              

  







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TO 'GABE THE FAN' FOR DONATING HIS TIME AND WORK SO THAT THIS PAGE COULD BE COMPLETED, WITH THE L.O.E. GRAPHIC. 

                           
                 


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