Thebunhouse wrote:I wonder if the Derby player not taking the knee but giving the 'Back Power' salute had anything to do with the reaction of the Millwall fans. Sadly I suspect it might have ignited the very short fuse at The Den.
It appears that the media, and those who seek reasons to be offended, choose to ignore that provocative action.
Ted Nugent wrote:We already have various anti-racism programmes in football (.
Ted Nugent wrote:"BLM was the trigger". No it wasn't.!"
eDWaRD WooDWaRD wrote:boroughonian wrote:I suspect that what people would really like to accuse them of is racism. I mean, can it be shameful to have and express an opinion?
Ironically, against Derby during the miners strike, 3 blokes singing pro miners songs got dragged out by the Police for being too political.
You're the one playing the racism card. If it's a desire to be different, it's quite puerile. There are more constructive ways to be different, why does it have to be a thing that most people, left and right wing, consider to be a problem and w ant to solved once and for all?
boroughonian wrote:Btw, it don't quite cut through the "white middle class folk with a guilt complex", don't come close , that's exactly what's going on. The only people that think it's trite to say that white lives matter too are middle class that haven't lived the street. end of.
This is what it's always been, a division of the working class. We might just start looking up if we all got along eh?
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