I love the state of Wyoming; the people are real, honest, and decent. They have nothing to gain from being part of Black-Run America (BRA), and it was in 1969 that they got the first taste of what Organized Blackness - led by Disingenuous White Liberals - would try and do to create a permanent culture of BRA (initiating an entitlement culture) for Black people on the campus of the state's flagship university.
So many other universities had problems with their Black athlete-students (a small minority of the football teams at that point) at schools like Iowa, Oregon State, Michigan, and Ohio State that the administrations of these various schools would completely capitulate to every demand made by Organized Blackness.
Flash-forward to Organized Blackness in 2011. The fear of upsetting Organized Blackness by merely pointing out rampant Black criminality (such as the Knockout King in St. Louis that is now terrorizing bicyclists there, the same evolution that
The Blaze (theblaze.com) reports that Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) members, in their tour of cities with high Black unemployment, have stated that members of the Tea Party and white people in general wish to return to the era of Jim Crow, with Blacks hanging from trees, and a completely removal of Black people's extra-equal rights.
Never mind that most conservatives - trust me, I know a lot of these people - will castrate themselves in a bid to garner just four percent more of the Black vote, throwing out anyone from their ranks who dares dissent with this moral objective. Politico recently ran a hilarious piece showing that, no matter what he does, 'the Blacks' will still support Mein Obama with monolithic zeal:
If there’s anything close to a political certainty in 2012, it’s that Barack Obama will get more than 90 percent of the African-American vote.
“You can spend a lot of time trying to win over white independents, but if you don’t pay attention to your base, African Americans, if you have not locked up your base yet, you’ve got a serious problem,” said CNN contributor Roland Martin.
“African-Americans will vote for him again, 88, 92, 95 percent. The question is what’s the turnout? I’ll vote for you. But will I bring ten other people along, like I did in 2008? That’s the danger here for him. He doesn’t have the historical factor to lean on as much in 2012 as he did in 2008… And the first step, is that he has to be willing to speak to this audience, black people.”
Roland Martin is a rotund bigot, who only supports Mein Obama because they both are eligible for the Paper Bag Test.
Eric "My People" Holder has made it perfectly clear that racial attacks by Black people on white people across the nation (including white people being pulled from their cars by 'the Blacks' at the Wisconsin State Fair in Milwaukee) are of little concern to the Department of (in) Justice.
John T. Bennett, writing at The American Thinker, points out that Black-on-white racial attacks is The Racial Violence that Dare Not Speak Its Name, which no officially-sanctioned organ of news dissemination will acknowledge:
There is quite simply no way for a politically correct society to grasp these events, much less effectively deal with them. Liberals have reached the depths of self-deception and self-censorship in response. The Washington Post, New York Times, and the Chicago Tribune, have all openly stated that they will refuse to report on the racial facts of these violent crimes. The Los Angeles Times explains that they don't want to "unfairly stigmatize racial groups." They prefer the soft bigotry of low expectations instead.White America could have stopped all of this back in the 1960s, but they capitulated to Black demands (pressed on by DWLs). We are reaching a point where more and more Black demands are being made to augment programs specifically created to help advance Black people.
Thus the need to write about college football and show the correlation to what is transpiring now - with demands from Organized Blackness coming quick and fast to offset social unrest now- with what transpired when integration finally came to the Southeastern Conference and Black athletes and radical Black leaders demanded change and standards lowered on campuses across the nation in the late 1960s.
It's beginning to smell like the late 1960s for a reason.
It's time to bring on the Black 14.