Colin Kaepernick does not like white people. Colin Kaepernick does not like the police. Colin Kaepernick does not like America.
And guess what, this being America, he has every right to believe those things. But one of the underlying principles of this country is called personal responsibility. With all the political smack talk Kaepernick has done on the above, NFL executives have noticed and have turned into cable subscribers cutting the cord to the now progressive ESPN. They don’t want to touch him.
Here’s the evidence of the mental demise and even outright conspiracy theory life of a once “almost” NFL star.
One, just go to his Twitter feed. Here’s a few examples, which he mostly retweets:
In a telling moment during the 2016 NFL season, his love for totalitarianism and dictatorships that murder showed during an interview. A Cuban reporter took him to task for wearing a shirt that celebrated Fidel Castro. It didn’t go well. Kaepernick also regurgitated the famous, “America spends more on prisons than schools” line.
Just recently he went Chicago to educate the youth there with his program. It was about how Chicago is oppressed by invisible forces and called “Know Your Rights”. His event for the youth was not the average teenage event. It promoted knowing your legal rights when encountering police.
Here’s more from the ShadowLeague.com:
The camp was the third one Kaepernick and his foundation held since last season (Oakland and New York).
The camp had breakout sessions that gave the campers advice on how to deal with police officers when detained, financial literacy, holistic health and college preparation among other things.
The article even mentions the Kaepernick youth project has a list of rights in which was adapted from the Black Panthers list of rights. Just what does the Black Panthers believe. Here’s a list:
– We believe that the federal government is responsible and obligated to give every person employment or a guaranteed income. We believe that if the American businessmen will not give full employment, then the technology and means of production should be taken from the businessmen and placed in the community so that the people of the community can organize and employ all of its people and give a high standard of living.
– . We want an end to the robbery by the capitalist of our Black and oppressed communities.
– We believe that the racist and fascist government of the United States uses its domestic enforcement agencies to carry out its program of oppression against Black people, other people of color and poor people inside the United States.
– We want freedom for all Black and poor oppressed people now held in U.S. federal, state, county, city and military prisons and jails.
Colin Kaepernick has a lot on his plate mentally these days. While the surface level sports media pundits applaud him as a social activist, NFL executives have dug deep and just want to ignore him.