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Google her picture and look at it. Thats the closest you will ever come to someone that has morals and class.
Ummm... you just can’t help yourself from being only a troll...can you?? I have NEVER see you do anything but write your liberal biased bullsh!t on this thread and the Covid thread!! If you have NOTHING to add to any other threads but those..why don’t you just F off and go get a life!!
 

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Ummm... you just can’t help yourself from being only a troll...can you?? I have NEVER see you do anything but write your liberal biased bullsh!t on this thread and the Covid thread!! If you have NOTHING to add to any other threads but those..why don’t you just F off and go get a life!!
So you find it classy to denigrate a women that has accomplished and gone through what she has. She is a real example of a person that makes America great not the con-man that you all hold as hero's.
 

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You know donald trump might be a pretty good guy...but its a bit over the top to call him hero's....I mean come on, he is human after all...
 

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It is hard to say if DJT is on the right side of things. I beleive so, but there is also the possibility he is playing a role in the globalists agenda. There is an agenda at work, that is pretty clear. The only unknown is who is doing what. But it is pretty clear that if Hillary won, with people like Trudeau, Macron, Merkel, etc in play then we can all have a good idea that a free world is not in the plan. Centralized control is. DJT is certainly not playing along, but could be playing 5d chess on behalf of those in control. But that is certainly a risky move because Trump has certainly done a lot to wake people up, things best not revealed in order to make the transition to the new globalists control smooth. Then again, smooth may very well not be part of their plan. No socialst/communist/marxist agenda ever implemented was rooted in the notion of being in the best interests of the people and therefore undertaken with the least amount of death and suffering. Exactly the opposite actually.

So we have to see how DJT plays out. I still figure a good way to end what is now is to have the banksters pile on the debt, take all their toxic crap off the books, put it in the Federal Reserve and then say "see ya, don't let the door hit you on the way out". The Fed can still exist, the Federal Reserve Debt Note will still exist, but another US government run system can run in parallel. Greshams law would be in full effect if the US government issued sound currency at the same time FRNs were being pumped out in massive amounts. A move like that would end the Federal Reserve. And I don't think the communist owned Congress would even need to be involved, the US Treasury has the authority to issue the nations currency therefore no act of Congress is needed.

Many possibilities on how things can work. Always remember one simple thing: you can tell people things and they won't beleive, showing them is how they understand. That could very well be the playbook. Corona Hoax, "protests", human trafficking, monetary system are examples. Government can swoop in and take all the actions to make the necessary changes but if people are simply told why, the changes don't remain for long. People need to understand first, then changes are made and will be remembered why.

By monetary system an example is a lot of people now understand our "free market" and "capitalist" stock market is nothing of the kind. In fact people understand it so well that they are piling in because they understand central bank central planning of an economy. 5 years ago no one would have believed it, let alone put their life's savings into believing how controlled this is.

Sort of unrelated but worth the 32 minutes. Lynnette once again lays out some basic points on how the systems work and how you should understand it. Whether or not you implement some of the actions is your choice. But it is hard to argue against the basics that she talks on.
 

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I wonder how happy the American farmers will be when biden wins the election. I was reading Bidens agriculture platform in the Western producer last week and its very vague and focused heavily on green technology. It sure sounds like china will benefit from Bidens plan because it does away with tariffs..
Also will the scourge completely disappear in November? An extension of the election would only prolong the scourge. As much as I agree with Trumps business approach and making America great ,he is in a fight now that even the most common sense politicians cant win. He will move onto better and more self filling tasks.
Yup, golfing.
 

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What a Globo-Homo Hit Piece, of course it's the Guardian a UK Publication and a country who's been cucked to the point of pansy wimps that let their daughters become victims of Rapefugee Gangs. Pretty Disturbing if you ask any Grown men! Yeah where are the Fathers?

Romney & Bush Sr. Two Globalists. And their policies helped the White MAJORITY Middle Class how?
Tha Fuk?

Your Right the Republicans have been teetering towards irrelevance because they sure as H3LL haven't been Faithful in defending the White Communities against the Degenerate Cosmopolitan onslaught of the Destruction of Morals and Strong Patriarchal Families. Conservatives haven't Conserved $HIT. Just Water Carrier for the Establishment International Cabal of Perverts.

Where is this White Resistance U Speak of and Answer My Question why Cannot Whites have their OWN Interests and have to Responsible for the World's Ills? Nobody else gets that kinda guilt placed upon them?
Especially when you see the Minutia of Europeans Involved in the African Slave Trade and who was Predominantly involved in that Trade, besides the Africans who Captured and Sold them.

NF You don't hate Trump, you hate the Image he Allegedly stands for. You hate Decency that Whites able to Build in this Civilization that allowed them and vicariously non whites to have opportunities if they took the necessary steps. And it's funny I Saw lots of Whites doing those Undesirable jobs before half of the population south of Texas, NM, AZ, Cali got here 30ish years ago. Even saw Whites picking Cotton in pictures & family pictures as well.

Once again go ask your Bosses why they hate the Majority White Population in this Country since it's inception? Can you Name Names? Maybe your Supervisor's name who you report to at the Call Center?
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Well duh Dummy, they've Turned Minneapolis into a $hithole. You know your Dream America Senor Comrade.


Well at least they are doing the Theft in Person instead of having A Benevolent Government Bureaucracy hold a Gun to your Head at Tax time.
 

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It's ok BBL, when the government provided police force steps aside there is always another organized group to fill the void. There will no doubt be power struggles for that position and citizens may not at all like any of the new groups who will be the new law in the region but it is what it is. It's always been that way. Until people organzised a democracy and basically the top goal of that organization was to provide law and order and ensure personal rights and protections. Rule of the people, for the people, by the people one might say. But the "progressives" will once again prove they are indeed fully regressive and let the most dominant group take charge. Eventually the need for full on authoritarian control will be identified. But who could see that coming.

Speaking of seeing things coming. I mentioned last week that banks have been very quiet considering the massive problems they should apparently be facing. I say apparently because it's all BS. Record amount of debt and now a crippled economy and many jobs not returning, plus what will happen with property values if the money printing does not flow where it needs to support bubble prices. There are some things that can drive prices higher such as hyper inflation or a continued loss of $US strength causing foreign holders to buy whatever they can to use them before they loose value.

But without knowing what will play out we do need to recognize the simplest aspects. If the banks toss out the "we are stressed" line then that would imply tighter lending. For +12 years people have accepted that they can get a loan anytime, for anything. That was called the "credit expansion" solution to save the economy (more BS). And I have said there will likely come a time when that is no longer true. Regardless of the excuse for it, the end result is the same. Tighter lending means problems people have not considered for many years.


 

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You are seeing who/what really has the power in our "democracy" and where the influence is.

Was Trump wrong to say children are essentially immune to the deadliest pandemic known to man? The data definitely says this is true. It is a very, very selective pandemic. Yet gate keepers of your reality want that information censored. We used to believe government was there to work for the people and inform the people, but when a top government official says something that goes against what is accepted and gets censored, then who exactly is writing the storyline.

Kind of like climate change and "the science is settled". First time in scientific history that everyone has agreed there is no more to learn or understand on a subject therefore if you say or introduce something that is different from the gospel of climate change you must be wrong and must be censored. It's quite the world.

Every day you are being challenged to see if you understand how things really work. The question is whether or not you accept the challenge or just ignore it because we just should not talk about these things. It's too divisive, polarizing, political, etc so just ignore it all.

I see NY AG is going to make a big announcement around noon. Probably about Trumps finances. Should be another fair, unbiased, strictly following the book, attempt to put pressure on Trump and steer public perception like the endless list of things in the past 4 years. She has quite the unusual view of things judging from her Twitter postings.


And for random bits of stuff, this twitter feed came up that others claim is generally correct in what is speculated on various issues. Don't know, but some interesting items are noted on things going on that you don't hear about. The newest here is apparently Fox will interview Assange. Assange being one of the only real journalists who releases information the public should know. Keep in mind no one ever claimed the info Assange published was fake, the issues have always been that he released it or that apparently, in whacky world, it matters where in the world you live if you provide info that the public should know. I didn't realize journalism worked that way.

 

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No covid mayhem in homeless camps. Way things are going we will all be homeless. So is that the end game to protect us from the virus? Amazing you can die going to church but are immune if homeless.
 

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It's ok BBL, when the government provided police force steps aside there is always another organized group to fill the void. There will no doubt be power struggles for that position and citizens may not at all like any of the new groups who will be the new law in the region but it is what it is. It's always been that way. Until people organzised a democracy and basically the top goal of that organization was to provide law and order and ensure personal rights and protections. Rule of the people, for the people, by the people one might say. But the "progressives" will once again prove they are indeed fully regressive and let the most dominant group take charge. Eventually the need for full on authoritarian control will be identified. But who could see that coming.

Speaking of seeing things coming. I mentioned last week that banks have been very quiet considering the massive problems they should apparently be facing. I say apparently because it's all BS. Record amount of debt and now a crippled economy and many jobs not returning, plus what will happen with property values if the money printing does not flow where it needs to support bubble prices. There are some things that can drive prices higher such as hyper inflation or a continued loss of $US strength causing foreign holders to buy whatever they can to use them before they loose value.

But without knowing what will play out we do need to recognize the simplest aspects. If the banks toss out the "we are stressed" line then that would imply tighter lending. For +12 years people have accepted that they can get a loan anytime, for anything. That was called the "credit expansion" solution to save the economy (more BS). And I have said there will likely come a time when that is no longer true. Regardless of the excuse for it, the end result is the same. Tighter lending means problems people have not considered for many years.



"stating that customers applying for a new mortgage will need a credit score of at least 700, and will be required to make a down payment equal to 20% of the home’s value, a dramatic tightening."

Wow at least a 700 and 20% down. The horror's!
 

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Yeah, the title is certainly misleading Joe, but we can all agree people have been piling on debt and buying stuff they certainly couldn't afford 40 years ago based on what was considered accepted lending practices at the time. And we had the farm crisis of the 80s because, apparently, the banks were in a bind then and needed their money from a bunch of farm loans.

Any tightening of lending could be troublesome to a large number of people. Who makes a major purchase with any amount down these days. Those are the people most effected. Finance your mattress purchase, or your set of tires for the vehicle you bought new with $0 down - enough said.

You get inflation by giving money out to whoever takes it. Qualified borrower is irrelevant. And that is all fine because a bank is really not out anything if you don't pay it back. But everything does change if banks don't shovel money into your pockets like they have done for 12 years. The current news is a stay in eviction notices from landlords for a few more months. How many people don't have enough saved to even pay rent. Really not a problem if banks will keep shoveling money at you I rekon. Big problem if you haven't saved anything because the bank has lots so you always figured you can just go get more.
 

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It's projection, gaslighting, and bad-faith arguing. They accuse everyone else of "culture wars" and "cancel culture" and "politicizing everything" instead of "facts not feelings" but they do it the most:

Wisconsin Republicans felt the economy improve by 85 approval points the day Trump was sworn in. Graph: Source: Donald Trump's election flips both parties' views of the economy

Opinion of Syrian airstrikes under Obama vs. Trump.

Democrats:

38% supported Obama doing it

37% support Trump doing it

Republicans:

22% supported Obama doing it

86% support Trump doing it

Graph: Sources: Republicans Love the Same Attack on Syria They Hated When Obama Considered It, https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2017/04/13/48229/

White Evangelicals cared less about how religious a candidate was once Trump became the GOP nominee. Backing Trump, White Evangelicals Flip Flop on Importance of Candidate Character | PRRI/Brookings Survey | PRRI

Christians (particularly evangelicals) became monumentally more tolerant of private immoral conduct among politicians once Trump became the GOP nominee. Backing Trump, White Evangelicals Flip Flop on Importance of Candidate Character | PRRI/Brookings Survey | PRRI

Republicans started to think college education is a bad thing once Trump entered the primary. Democrats remain consistent. http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2017/07/20/republicans-skeptical-of-colleges-impact-on-u-s-but-most-see-benefits-for-workforce-preparation/

Opinion of Vladimir Putin after Trump began praising Russia during the election. Graph: Source: https://today.yougov.com/news/2016/12/14/americans-and-trump-part-ways-over-russia/

The privilege of "economic anxiety" not racism:

10% fewer Republicans believed the wealthy weren't paying enough in taxes once a billionaire became their president. Democrats remain fairly consistent. http://www.people-press.org/2017/04/14/top-frustrations-with-tax-system-sense-that-corporations-wealthy-dont-pay-fair-share/


The Cancellation of Colin Kaepernick

“Cancel culture” has always existed — for the powerful, at least.

We are being told of the evils of “cancel culture,” a new scourge that enforces purity, banishes dissent and squelches sober and reasoned debate.

But cancel culture is not new. A brief accounting of the illustrious and venerable ranks of blocked and dragged Americans encompasses Sarah Good, Elijah Lovejoy, Ida B. Wells, Dalton Trumbo, Paul Robeson and the Dixie Chicks. What ended Reconstruction, but the cancellation of the black South? What were the detention camps during World War II but the racist muting of Japanese-Americans and their basic rights?

Thus any sober assessment of this history must conclude that the present objections to cancel culture are not so much concerned with the weapon, as the kind of people who now seek to wield it.

Until recently, cancellation flowed exclusively downward, from the powerful to the powerless. But now, in this era of fallen gatekeepers, where anyone with a Twitter handle or Facebook account can be a publisher, banishment has been ostensibly democratized.

This development has occasioned much consternation. Scarcely a day goes by without America’s college students being reproached for rejecting poorly rendered sushi or spurning the defenders of statutory rape. But it is good to remember that while every generation believes that it invented sex, every preceding generation forgets that it once believed the same thing.

Besides, all cancellations are not created equal. Christine Blasey Ford was inundated with death threats, forced from her home and driven into hiding. Dave Chappelle collected millions from Netflix for a series of stand-up specials and got his feelings hurt. It would be nice to live in a more forgiving world, one where dissenting from groupthink does not invite exile and people’s occasional lapses are not held up as evidence of who they are.

But if we are to construct such a world, we would do well to leave the slight acts of cancellation effected in the quad and cafe, and proceed to more illustrious offices.

The N.F.L. is revered in this country as a paragon of patriotism and chivalry, a sacred trust controlled by some of the wealthiest men and women in America.

For the past three years, this sacred trust has executed, with brutal efficiency, the cancellation of Colin Kaepernick.

This is curious given the N.F.L.’s moral libertinism; the league has, at various points, been a home for domestic abusers, child abusers and open racists. And yet it seems Mr. Kaepernick’s sin — refusing to stand for the national anthem — offends the N.F.L.’s suddenly delicate sensibilities.

And while the influence of hashtags should not be underestimated, the N.F.L. has a different power at its fingertips: the power of monopoly.

Effectively, Mr. Kaepernick’s cancellation bars him from making a living at a skill he has been honing since childhood. It is true that he has found gainful employment with Nike.

But only so much solace can be taken in this given that Mr. Kaepernick’s opponents occupy not just board rooms and owner’s boxes, but the White House. “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these N.F.L. owners, when somebody disrespects our flag to, to say, ‘Get that son of a [expletive] off the field right now,’” President Trump said in 2017. The N.F.L. has since dutifully obeyed. Perhaps it is shocking for some to see the president of the United States endorse the cancellation of a pro football player, like he endorsed the cancellation of Hillary Clinton (“Lock her up”), and of Ilhan Omar (“Send her back”).

But it is precisely this kind of capricious and biased use of institutional power that has birthed the cancel culture practiced by campus protesters and online.

But whereas the wrongdoing of elite institutions was once hidden from public view, in the era of Donald Trump it is all there to be seen. A sobering process that began with the broadcast beatings of civil rights marchers at Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma in 1965, then accelerated with the recorded police brutality against Rodney King, has achieved its zenith with the social media sharing of the executions of Walter Scott, Laquan McDonald and Daniel Shaver.

Mr. Trump’s boasting of sexual assault proved no barrier to the White House. Roger Ailes’s career as a media exec was but a cover for his true calling, sexual coercion. Nothing is sacred anymore, and, more important, nothing is legitimate — least of all those institutions charged with dispensing justice. And so, justice is seized by the crowd. This is suboptimal. The N.F.L. has chosen the latter option.

First there was the notion that Mr. Kaepernick was not good enough to play in the league. When this fiction collapsed under the weight of injury and journeymen pulled off the streets, the N.F.L. conjured up a distraction. Whatever one thinks of Jay-Z’s partnership with the league, what it achieved was the replacement of the name of the N.F.L. commissioner, Roger Goodell, by Jay-Z’s headlines.

And then last week there was the rushed “tryout,” the details of which are still murky. But what followed was a debate over Mr. Kaepernick’s comportment, attire and what he had to say.

The debate helped obscure this central fact — a multibillion-dollar monopoly is, at this very hour, denying a worker the right to ply his trade and lying about doing so.

It has been said that Colin Kaepernick missed an opportunity, that no matter how crooked the bargain, if he were truly serious about getting a job, he would have acceded to the N.F.L.’s demands.

But Mr. Kaepernick is not fighting for a job. He is fighting against cancellation.

And his struggle is not merely his own — it is the struggle of Major Taylor, Jack Johnson, Craig Hodges and Muhammad Ali.

This isn’t a fight for employment at any cost. It is a fight for a world where we are not shot, or shunned, because the masters of capital, or their agents, do not like our comportment, our attire or what we have to say.
 

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It's projection, gaslighting, and bad-faith arguing. They accuse everyone else of "culture wars" and "cancel culture" and "politicizing everything" instead of "facts not feelings" but they do it the most:

Wisconsin Republicans felt the economy improve by 85 approval points the day Trump was sworn in. Graph: Source: Donald Trump's election flips both parties' views of the economy

Opinion of Syrian airstrikes under Obama vs. Trump.

Democrats:

38% supported Obama doing it

37% support Trump doing it

Republicans:

22% supported Obama doing it

86% support Trump doing it

Graph: Sources: Republicans Love the Same Attack on Syria They Hated When Obama Considered It, https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2017/04/13/48229/

White Evangelicals cared less about how religious a candidate was once Trump became the GOP nominee. Backing Trump, White Evangelicals Flip Flop on Importance of Candidate Character | PRRI/Brookings Survey | PRRI

Christians (particularly evangelicals) became monumentally more tolerant of private immoral conduct among politicians once Trump became the GOP nominee. Backing Trump, White Evangelicals Flip Flop on Importance of Candidate Character | PRRI/Brookings Survey | PRRI

Republicans started to think college education is a bad thing once Trump entered the primary. Democrats remain consistent. Republicans skeptical of colleges’ impact on U.S., but most see benefits for workforce preparation

Opinion of Vladimir Putin after Trump began praising Russia during the election. Graph: Source: https://today.yougov.com/news/2016/12/14/americans-and-trump-part-ways-over-russia/

The privilege of "economic anxiety" not racism:

10% fewer Republicans believed the wealthy weren't paying enough in taxes once a billionaire became their president. Democrats remain fairly consistent. http://www.people-press.org/2017/04/14/top-frustrations-with-tax-system-sense-that-corporations-wealthy-dont-pay-fair-share/


The Cancellation of Colin Kaepernick

“Cancel culture” has always existed — for the powerful, at least.

We are being told of the evils of “cancel culture,” a new scourge that enforces purity, banishes dissent and squelches sober and reasoned debate.

But cancel culture is not new. A brief accounting of the illustrious and venerable ranks of blocked and dragged Americans encompasses Sarah Good, Elijah Lovejoy, Ida B. Wells, Dalton Trumbo, Paul Robeson and the Dixie Chicks. What ended Reconstruction, but the cancellation of the black South? What were the detention camps during World War II but the racist muting of Japanese-Americans and their basic rights?

Thus any sober assessment of this history must conclude that the present objections to cancel culture are not so much concerned with the weapon, as the kind of people who now seek to wield it.

Until recently, cancellation flowed exclusively downward, from the powerful to the powerless. But now, in this era of fallen gatekeepers, where anyone with a Twitter handle or Facebook account can be a publisher, banishment has been ostensibly democratized.

This development has occasioned much consternation. Scarcely a day goes by without America’s college students being reproached for rejecting poorly rendered sushi or spurning the defenders of statutory rape. But it is good to remember that while every generation believes that it invented sex, every preceding generation forgets that it once believed the same thing.

Besides, all cancellations are not created equal. Christine Blasey Ford was inundated with death threats, forced from her home and driven into hiding. Dave Chappelle collected millions from Netflix for a series of stand-up specials and got his feelings hurt. It would be nice to live in a more forgiving world, one where dissenting from groupthink does not invite exile and people’s occasional lapses are not held up as evidence of who they are.

But if we are to construct such a world, we would do well to leave the slight acts of cancellation effected in the quad and cafe, and proceed to more illustrious offices.

The N.F.L. is revered in this country as a paragon of patriotism and chivalry, a sacred trust controlled by some of the wealthiest men and women in America.

For the past three years, this sacred trust has executed, with brutal efficiency, the cancellation of Colin Kaepernick.

This is curious given the N.F.L.’s moral libertinism; the league has, at various points, been a home for domestic abusers, child abusers and open racists. And yet it seems Mr. Kaepernick’s sin — refusing to stand for the national anthem — offends the N.F.L.’s suddenly delicate sensibilities.

And while the influence of hashtags should not be underestimated, the N.F.L. has a different power at its fingertips: the power of monopoly.

Effectively, Mr. Kaepernick’s cancellation bars him from making a living at a skill he has been honing since childhood. It is true that he has found gainful employment with Nike.

But only so much solace can be taken in this given that Mr. Kaepernick’s opponents occupy not just board rooms and owner’s boxes, but the White House. “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these N.F.L. owners, when somebody disrespects our flag to, to say, ‘Get that son of a [expletive] off the field right now,’” President Trump said in 2017. The N.F.L. has since dutifully obeyed. Perhaps it is shocking for some to see the president of the United States endorse the cancellation of a pro football player, like he endorsed the cancellation of Hillary Clinton (“Lock her up”), and of Ilhan Omar (“Send her back”).

But it is precisely this kind of capricious and biased use of institutional power that has birthed the cancel culture practiced by campus protesters and online.

But whereas the wrongdoing of elite institutions was once hidden from public view, in the era of Donald Trump it is all there to be seen. A sobering process that began with the broadcast beatings of civil rights marchers at Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma in 1965, then accelerated with the recorded police brutality against Rodney King, has achieved its zenith with the social media sharing of the executions of Walter Scott, Laquan McDonald and Daniel Shaver.

Mr. Trump’s boasting of sexual assault proved no barrier to the White House. Roger Ailes’s career as a media exec was but a cover for his true calling, sexual coercion. Nothing is sacred anymore, and, more important, nothing is legitimate — least of all those institutions charged with dispensing justice. And so, justice is seized by the crowd. This is suboptimal. The N.F.L. has chosen the latter option.

First there was the notion that Mr. Kaepernick was not good enough to play in the league. When this fiction collapsed under the weight of injury and journeymen pulled off the streets, the N.F.L. conjured up a distraction. Whatever one thinks of Jay-Z’s partnership with the league, what it achieved was the replacement of the name of the N.F.L. commissioner, Roger Goodell, by Jay-Z’s headlines.

And then last week there was the rushed “tryout,” the details of which are still murky. But what followed was a debate over Mr. Kaepernick’s comportment, attire and what he had to say.

The debate helped obscure this central fact — a multibillion-dollar monopoly is, at this very hour, denying a worker the right to ply his trade and lying about doing so.

It has been said that Colin Kaepernick missed an opportunity, that no matter how crooked the bargain, if he were truly serious about getting a job, he would have acceded to the N.F.L.’s demands.

But Mr. Kaepernick is not fighting for a job. He is fighting against cancellation.

And his struggle is not merely his own — it is the struggle of Major Taylor, Jack Johnson, Craig Hodges and Muhammad Ali.

This isn’t a fight for employment at any cost. It is a fight for a world where we are not shot, or shunned, because the masters of capital, or their agents, do not like our comportment, our attire or what we have to say.
 
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