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Americans Are Rejecting the Globalist NFL In Large Numbers

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Presently, we are visiting relatives in the San Diego area and a story, near and dear to my heart, has caught my attention. The San Diego Chargers are likely playing their last National Football League game in San Diego.

What If There Was a Funeral and Nobody Came?

There was a time when a professional team was going to leave a city, it was a very big deal. The 70,000 fans that go to each home game and the millions that watch across the country would be distraught. When a city is forced to leave its home city, it is a significant event, a “disturbance in the force” event.

The topic that has captured my attention is the National Football League’s failure in this wonderful city by the sea.  The future of professional football San Diego is in real jeopardy and the NFL team, the San Diego Chargers are looking for a new home. San Diego has played host to the Chargers for almost 60 years (1961). The team’s success has been mired in mediocrity, punctuated with some exciting season. However, the team has always had a loyal fan base that has tolerated the abuse of the fans by the NFL, while remaining loyal to the team and their favorite players.

San Diego Voters Embrace GLEXIT and Reject the Globalist NFL

San Diego voters overwhelmingly defeated a new downtown stadium plan for the San Diego Chargers in this last Tuesday’s election.

The Chargers’ stadium measure failed, 57% to 43%, after all city precincts were counted. Nearly 169,000 residents voted against it, and 127,000 voted for it, with provisional ballots still to be counted.Under California election law, the measure needed two-thirds of voters to approve the measure because it’s a tax hike for a specific purpose. And, now, it appears likely that the tam will leave San Diego for Los Angles and share a stadium with the LA Rams, a team that run out of St. Louis because fans stopped funding the owner’s demands for more of the public’s money to fund expansion.

The NFL Is Becoming a Victim of GLEXIT

What is GLEXIT? The term is a take-off of the term BREXIT, Britain’s exit from the EU. It is also a term also associated with the term Calexit, which is California’s attempt to exit the United States. The term GLEXIT, is the populist notion that globalism is inherently exploitive and evil and the rising tide of Trump-inspired nationalism.

Make no mistake about it, the NFL is a globalist organization and it is just as marxist-socialist and exploitive as any country in the world.

The NFL Receives Special Favor From Congress

Nothing is infuriating the country more than special favor for the 1% and this is what, to a large extent, the NFL is all about. And along these lines, the NFL does not pay taxes.

nfl tax exemptI know you are wondering if you read the preceding statement correctly. in that the NFL does not pay any tax? That is correct!

Did you know that the NFL made $9 billion dollars last year? Did you know that the NFL is a tax-exempt corporation and paid no tax on their $9 billion dollars of profit? What is wrong with this picture? Between state and federal taxes, most small business owners pay 45% of their income in taxes while we watch Warren Buffet, David Rockefeller and the NFL pay no tax. And now, they want us to pay billions for the privilege of watching their teams play as the owners watch from their million dollar luxury suites?

The NFL or the TSA, What’s the Difference?

The NFL has become the new 4th Amendment-violating TSA as they presuppose everyone attending a football game is a terrorist and is subject to enhanced body searches.

nfl tsa same thingPlease remember, as I have reported before, this is the same NFL which is participating in the violation of our constitutional liberties through TSA-type searches. My question to all NFL fans, do you have such low self-esteem that you would subject yourself to this unwarranted humiliation to watch a game? What is wrong with you?

The NFL An Accomplice to NWO Tyranny

OMGIn the commission of a crime, if you drive the getaway car and get caught, are you going to jail? You are darn right you are going to jail. Shouldn’t we expect the same of a sports league in which select owners thinks it is OK to aid and abet in the act of kidnapping a child from his or her elementary school.

In Operation Mountain Guardian, we should remember, that this is the same NFL that allowed FEMA to bring school children to the Denver Broncos Sports Authority Field after they were illegally removed from their elementary schools without parental notification or permission. To date, there has been no apology or explanation given. The same thing took place at the New York Giants Stadium as well.

Why would anyone support such an organization?

The NFL Backs Gun Confiscation 

"Give up your guns"

“Give up your guns”

Who will ever forget sportscaster. Bob Costas, ranted at an NFL game l when he called for gun confiscation. The people who overpay for the game tickets are not paying to hear the NFL tell everyone that they should give up their guns. Does anyone think it is an accident that the NFL is cooperating to allow their venues to be used as detention centers in times of national emergency?

It Is Time To Boycott the NFL and Put GLEXIT Into Full Force

In one sense, fans have already started to boycott the globalist NFL. Not only are the fans (i.e American citizens) refusing to spend billions of dollars on new NFL stadiums, they have already stated boycotting the product that is the NFL. Take a look at the TV ratings this season.

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Kick Them When They Are Down

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With fans embracing GLEXIT and rejecting funding stadiums and unwarranted tax exemption, the people are saying no to globalism. It is time to go after the NFL and their elitist status.

How does one go about boycotting the NFL? Pretty much the same way that one would boycott anything.

1. Not that it will do any good, but write to your Congressman demanding that the tax exemption for the NFL is revoked.

2. Press your State Legislators to pass laws forbidding the use of tax payer money to support corporate welfare for the NFL The billionaire owners can build their own stadiums.

3. Write to all advertisers of NFL televised games and tell them that you will not buy their products as long as they advertise at NFL games.

4. Obviously, everyone should refuse to buy a ticket to an NFL game.

5. Do not buy NFL merchandise

6. Contact your Congressman and demand an end to the tax-exemption enjoyed by the globalist NFL.

I would encourage all to keep embracing the spirit of GLEXIT. The only form of globalism that mankind should embrace is the acceptance of the fact that all of humanity are children of God and that government is manifestation of evil on this planet.

Conclusion

Congratulation to the voters of San Diego County for rejecting GLEXIT and embracing good common sense. What sense does it make that the working class should continue to pay tribute to billionaires for the right to watch millionaires play a child’s game?

I am not boycotting football, I love football. I played high school football and coached at the high school level before moving on to coach college basketball.  Football is a brutal game played by tough men. I learned a lot about life and discipline from my football coaches. If you are like me, you do not have to get your football fix from the NFL. Go to a high school game where the competition is genuine and the love of the game is why the athletes play.

Like so many of our institutions, the NFL is a globalist-serving, civil liberties robbing organization and they need to put in the rear view mirror of our history.


 

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By | 2017-10-26T21:58:00+00:00 November 26th, 2016|Activism, Featured, Main|28 Comments

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  1. Vietkonggook November 26, 2016 at 7:18 am

    I ve never like football no pun intended . All these games are overhyped and turn into money making machines. Its the dumbing down of America just like all the cartoons, sit coms, tv series and hollywood movies. It puts us into lalaland while they poison our food, water, vaccines, air (chemtrails), etc.

  2. drbuzzsaw November 26, 2016 at 7:29 am

    Thanks to Colin Kapernick I will NOT watch another NFL football game EVER and I will not knowingly support ANY of their advertisers.
    Thank You from a True Blue Die hard NFL fan from all the way back to the 50’s.
    From a Disabled Viet Nam Era Veteran. ( I (WE) deserve more respect than THAT…..
    Tony Lamb

  3. Mongoose November 26, 2016 at 10:02 am

    Bread (EBT cards) and Circuses (NFL/NBA)

  4. Savanna November 26, 2016 at 11:09 am

    Amen. I love sports. I loved playing sports with my neighbors. I was a girl. But I got to play with the boys because I was good enough..
    I gave up on professional sports about nine years ago when the hype just became unbearable.

  5. jj November 26, 2016 at 11:41 am

    Definition: Sporting events are a necessary and temporary temporary diversion from real life. However, increasingly sporting events have adopted three goals–
    (1) Globalization. American sports are being used to eliminate national borders. (2) Promoting political and social agendas. Those with perceived grievances use sports to promote their personal views. (3) Sports as charitable and social awareness. For example, October is breast cancer awareness month in the NFL. We do not watch sports so we can think about cancer, poverty, disease, etc.
    I watched a Monday Night Football game where they spent most of the second half talking about prostrate cancer awareness month.
    In a sense, American Sports are self-destructing as people will seek temporary diversions somewhere else.

  6. Bert Ford November 26, 2016 at 1:19 pm

    I am proud of the fact that I have not watched one min. of the NFL this year and I don’t plan to for the rest of my life. I coached high school football for 31 years and would rather watch a bad high school game then a “good” NFL game. You nailed, at the high school level the kids play for the love of the game. Hell I’d rather watch a Pop Warner game instead of the NFL. On top of all the things you mentioned that are wrong with the NFL, the product sucks. There is no creativity on either side of the ball, add to the fact the run game is non-exestant and they might as well be playing flag. Shoot when was the last time you saw the Single Wing? I ran it off and on for about 10 years because of a lack of talent and was successful! Well, that’s my rant, if you want good football watch Navy!

  7. Tony November 26, 2016 at 1:23 pm

    I used to be a huge NFL fan in the 70s and 80s growing up. Used to watch it every Sunday afternoon. Then one day my dad asked me to stop watching the NFL and I actually obliged and quit. I never asked him why, I just listened to him. Now I know why. He knew way back then that the NFL was a F’d up propagandist organization just getting started pushing political correctness. It wasn’t long after I stopped watching that the whole Jimmy “the Greek” controversy came about-which turned out Jimmy was right about. Most athletic blacks are hybrids of cross breeding in the 1800s between the most muscular slaves. It wasn’t right, of course, but it does explain why they are so good at sports. Anyway, I’m so glad I stopped watching sports 30+ years ago. When I occasionally see a commercial on tv during a game that I come across, I can’t get over how dumbed down the commercials are.

    How anyone can support some billionaire (usually a Jew) getting the taxpayers of a city to buy him a new stadium only so he can turn around and charge those same people outrageous prices to watch his team is totally beyond me.

  8. Don Templeton November 26, 2016 at 1:30 pm

    Please let the NFL die. I HATE football and all the moronic pseudo-men who can’t comprehend ANYTHING unless it is wrapped up in a football metaphor.

  9. toejam November 26, 2016 at 3:10 pm

    Dave, is pro basketball any different? NBA just as the NFL buys and sells human flesh, the athletes, though highly paid, by first taking them off the auction blocks post college, called the draft. If drafted into the pros the athletes become virtually owned by the billionaire owners of the teams. That’s why they are called “owners”. After the “owners” have used up the athletes, they are discarded to the bone yards of broken limbs and concussions. The American college and pro sports palaces, paid for by the taxpayers, are the modern versions of the Roman Colosseum. Instead of bread and circus. Now its food stamps and spots extravaganzas topped off with scantily clad white females cheering on their black and white heroes.

  10. William November 26, 2016 at 4:42 pm

    Let me think about this, I’m supposed to write my congressman and expect something from them who still haven’t done anything with Lois Lerner and the IRS is that correct?

    Next I’m supposed to write my congressman and demand that the NFL lose their tax-exempt status, while at the same time the congressman who are supposed to be making laws for the IRS to follow have done nothing. Is that correct?

    And finally when is it the last time anyone has ever heard of any Congressman getting audited while in office?

    No I’ll just watch college football and baseball and when those aren’t on TV that’s fine too, I’ll just go about doing my own business thank you.

  11. Lorelei Vision November 26, 2016 at 6:06 pm

    This might sound weird, but I’ve always seen the NFL as modern-day slave traders. Nothing wrong with sports, I ran track in college and understand what it takes to play at a high level. Yet, there is just something about pro sports collectives that just reminds me of slavery. Maybe, I’m wrong…

  12. Jackie Puppet November 26, 2016 at 6:59 pm

    When Bob Costas made his gun control statement, I lost any respect I had for him.

    The NFL has given fans plenty of reasons to reject them as you’ve illustrated, but until Colin Kaepernick took a knee for the National Anthem, that’s when it finally hit home for thousands/millions of Americans.

    I haven’t watched TV in months, with the exception of innings 7-9 of Game 7 of the World Series (when the rain delay was announced, I went to bed cause I get up super early in the morning – a couple of M-80s that went off told me the Cubs won it all).

    Unfortunately, there’s too many stupid idiots in other sports, especially basketball, and down to the high school level that emulate their “heroes” without understanding why they’re doing what they’re doing.

    Except for this college athlete: http://www.toddstarnes.com/column/footballplayerstandsalone

  13. Brian Patterson November 27, 2016 at 2:02 am

    I stopped watching when they came out with hands up don’t shoot. I took it as if a black man can reach into a police car for an officers gun ( to shoot him I believe if he would have gotten ahold of it) then the officer fires on him as he is charging him to do harm and the nfl players promote this by holding their hands in the air. Then it’s not about football anymore it’s just another venue to promote hate. Several people I know no longer watch after the kapernick issue. Especially those with military experience. And nfl says nothing. What a joke. Maybe I’ll start emailin the advertiser of the games.

  14. Brian Patterson November 27, 2016 at 2:03 am

    Also told the family no nfl merchandise for Christmas or birthdays anymore.

  15. Greg Torchia November 27, 2016 at 3:26 am

    Go USA boycott NFL NBA and other Marxist groups -they bitch and raise hell about Trump and taxes it’s like the pot calling the kettle black- those teams have no respect for America anymore all they care about is cash and fame- pussy and drugs and by the way most of those pro athletes are armed while they’re asking for the public to put down theirs -so typical do-as-i-say-not-as-i-do

  16. One Narrow Gate November 27, 2016 at 5:16 am

    The NFL is a gigantic PsyOp on the minds of the average American. The Pink and Camo Uniforms, The Retro Uniforms, All designed to desensitize the People. Political maneuvering and mind melding. This is mission creep, plain and simple.
    The NFL stands for “No Fun Left”

  17. Paul November 27, 2016 at 5:56 am

    ToeJam / William, I couldn’t agree more but would like to take it down actually to the high school level. Imagine how many college scholarships are given to HS athletes. The top HS kids get recruited to the top HSs to best position themselves for the best college to position themselves for the best NFL opportunity. HS in TX just built $65M stadium! Its been going on for years. It’s not surprising that its happening. That’s a whole other conversation. Look at our Universities and the product they’re churning out. I feel we need to be just as, if not more supportive, of our students than the athletes of these fine institutions. MN just built a $1.2B stadium that seats 65K people. Tickets prices are out of reach for many. They built the tallest building in the world Burj Khalifa for not much more than that it would probably happen to any sport or competitive whatever it is if it got as popular as football. But its exactly why this conversation is happening all over the world. Greed is a wicked thing and has saturated many of our basic human ideals. It’s why many people are getting away from TV and Internet and taking up biking, hiking, kayaking. The speed at which we see ads, and everything politicized, bigger candy bars, faster cars, higher def tvs are making people realize what’s really happening around them and maybe not participate in the “game” they currently see it being played. Maybe it is a GLEXIT of sorts. I’ve been a Chagers fan for 30+ years. I grew up in the Midwest and didn’t get to see games on TV or get to go that often either. I feel sad for the local fans who will see their team leave. I played HS and college sports and see how specialized sports has become at every level. It’s indicative of how our society has become. I personally don’t watch any NFL/NBA and little college. Got rid of cable. Don’t watch much news. Ride my bike, focus more on the people around me and feel as happy and healthy as ever.

  18. Paul November 27, 2016 at 5:56 am

    ToeJam / William, I couldn’t agree more but would like to take it down actually to the high school level. Imagine how many college scholarships are given to HS athletes. The top HS kids get recruited to the top HSs to best position themselves for the best college to position themselves for the best NFL opportunity. HS in TX just built $65M stadium! Its been going on for years. It’s not surprising that its happening. That’s a whole other conversation. Look at our Universities and the product they’re churning out. I feel we need to be just as, if not more supportive, of our students than the athletes of these fine institutions. MN just built a $1.2B stadium that seats 65K people. Tickets prices are out of reach for many. They built the tallest building in the world Burj Khalifa for not much more than that it would probably happen to any sport or competitive whatever it is if it got as popular as football. But its exactly why this conversation is happening all over the world. Greed is a wicked thing and has saturated many of our basic human ideals. It’s why many people are getting away from TV and Internet and taking up biking, hiking, kayaking. The speed at which we see ads, and everything politicized, bigger candy bars, faster cars, higher def tvs are making people realize what’s really happening around them and maybe not participate in the “game” they currently see it being played. Maybe it is a GLEXIT of sorts. I’ve been a Chagers fan for 30+ years. I grew up in the Midwest and didn’t get to see games on TV or get to go that often either. I feel sad for the local fans who will see their team leave. I played HS and college sports and see how specialized sports has become at every level. It’s indicative of how our society has become. I personally don’t watch any NFL/NBA and little college. Got rid of cable. Don’t watch much news. Ride my bike, focus more on the people around me and feel as happy and healthy as ever.

  19. AzFreedomFestFan November 27, 2016 at 7:32 am

    I wonder how quickly we could pay off the national debt if the NFL, NBA, MLB, as well as their multimillion dollar owners and their “slave players” had to actually pay taxes? Taxes are as American as apple pie. If you are gonna play, well then, you gotta pay. What is good for the goose is good for the gander, and if they would pay their fair share of taxes then our Great Nation could truly be greater in so many ways. Otherwise, I guess, all the players and their slave owners had better drop to their knees to say a prayer for our nation as we know/knew it. While the stadiums may be full… it will be game over…. and may the hunger games begin.

  20. AzFreedomFestFan November 27, 2016 at 7:49 am

    I wonder how long it would take to pay off the national debt if the NFL, NBA, MLB and their slave owners and slave players had to follow the rules and pay their fair share of taxes. Taxes are as American as apple pie but not everyone has to play by the rules here. Seems to me that if your gonna play then you gotta pay. What is good for the goose is good for the gander. So lets change the rules for the rule breakers and see what great changes our great nation can make for all of its people. Otherwise, the slave owners and slave players had better all drop to their knees to say a prayer for our great, but dying, nation. Otherwise, the stadiums will be full, but it will be game over, and let the hunger games begin.

  21. Jim November 27, 2016 at 8:06 am

    I absolutely appreciate the point that you are attempting to make, but this is one of the worst constructed articles that you have written. I have a problem forwarding something like this to people without completely rewriting it. Please do not misunderstand my critique. I would love to see you present the facts that you have put into this article in a more fluid composition.

  22. Jackie Puppet November 27, 2016 at 8:13 am

    @ William – this will come close. Congressman Aaron Schock (R-IL) was forced to resign less than 2 years ago for his “lavish spending” after numerous media outlets were investigating him. He was indicted a few weeks ago.

  23. Brian Dirks November 27, 2016 at 9:55 am

    Speaking as a vet….”Screw the NFL”

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  25. jb November 27, 2016 at 4:30 pm

    I read someone’s dream on Steve Quayle’s website about people being hacked to death in a football stadium by Muslims for sport. It’s not a far stretch to envision the FEMA camp scenario either. Also notice their efforts to “globalize” football by having games in London and Mexico.

  26. da Curmudgeon November 27, 2016 at 9:02 pm

    drbuzzsaw… I too remember SF 49’er games at Kiezar Pavilion. I’m also a RSVN Vet. Monday Nite Football , saw the first one. When Trent Green got injured and Kurt Warner took over was a good year. Also that year the teams quit bringing back the OLD Guard and started playing rookies. Then the Prima Donna era as well as the Thuggery era took over. Now we have these children posing as men doing their Social Complaining. For me it started with SF and ends with the SF QB’s actions. You are right, we/our country deserve more Respect. You probably joined the military like I did, to stem the “Domino Effect” of Communism sweeping across SE Asia… Thought I would never see what we have witnessed the past eight years and this Election… We will make America Great Again!

  27. pharmerdavid November 28, 2016 at 6:24 am

    Living near a high school football field makes me despise the game of “American” football. When I see young girls practicing to be cheer leaders, it reminds me where many of the pole dancers in town came from. Hearing those inane cheers, and the stupid yells the football team is forced to use (like boot camp), is very annoying – it’s a pathetic activity to have young people doing. I used to love watching football, and appreciate a well thrown and caught pass, but the running around crashing into each other and tackling doesn’t give me any pleasure to watch. The way football has been politicized is disgusting- they are the modern day gladiators – aren’t they? “Bread and circuses” are still used to keep sheeple pacified – Amerika is a continuation of the Roman empire. The ultimate “Hunger Games” called “war” and FEAR are used to keep us enslaved. Football makes war seem like a necessity to protect us from evil and glamorizes the armed forces, selling the idea to young impressionable minds.

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