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Colin Kaepernick Attacks America On Independence Day

When you make a Fidel Castro loving communist the face of Nike, you really can't be surprised by what happens next.

When you make a Fidel Castro loving communist the face of Nike, you really can’t be surprised by what happens next. Just days after former NFL Quarterback Colin Kaepernick forced Nike to remove their Besty Ross US Flag shoes from being sold due to the shoes being “offensive”, Kaepernick continued his Anti-American crusade by once again attacking the country on Independence Day.

Kaepernick posted a segment of Douglass’ speech: “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” delivered on July 5, 1852, nearly a decade before the Civil War.

Kaepernick posted the following segment:

 

“What have I, or those I represent, to do with your national independence? This Fourth of July is yours, not mine…There is not a nation on the earth guilty of practices more shocking and bloody than are the people of these United States at this very hour.”
– Frederick Douglass

 

As Breitbart explains, the quote is actually taken out of context

Douglass’ speech was not one meant to wholly condemn America. In fact, even as his fellow blacks were still enslaved in the U.S., he ended his speech on a positive note by saying that the promises in America’s founding documents offered as much hope for freedom to blacks as it does whites.

After slamming America for its sin of practicing slavery, Douglass ended in hope:

 

I, therefore, leave off where I began, with hope. While drawing encouragement from the Declaration of Independence, the great principles it contains, and the genius of American Institutions, my spirit is also cheered by the obvious tendencies of the age. Nations do not now stand in the same relation to each other that they did ages ago. No nation can now shut itself up from the surrounding world, and trot round in the same old path of its fathers without interference. The time was when such could be done.

 

But of course, context doesn’t matter to Kaepernick who is receiving a multi-million dollar endorsement deal from Nike to be the frontmen of their company. While Kaepernick’s supporters continue to claim that his protest of the national anthem wasn’t rooted in Anti-American sentiment, his actions and this twitter page continue to paint a different picture.

 

 

 

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5 comments on “Colin Kaepernick Attacks America On Independence Day

  1. Anonymous

    Kaepernick is evil. What else can I say?

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  2. fred90024

    Historical note: Kaepernick is emulating John Carlos, who raised the black power salute on the podium while the national anthem was being played during the 1968 Olympics. His reward for that was the adulation of leftists, a number of honorary doctorates and enormous publicity. Got a job at Puma and a number of leftist awards and is an avowed socialist. Kaepernick differs in that he’s at the end of his career, having made huge amounts of money in the process and will now get adulation from his political peers. The year 1968 is significant since that year was a formative year for the CEOs of many many large corporations.

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    • Anonymous

      Holy crap, it’s like history is repeating itself. Kaepernick is trying to repeat history. Holy crap. I did not know that.

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  3. Anonymous

    How is raising awareness for the wrongful killing of Black Americans by cops and evil thing to do? Seems like he has a platform and is using pretty well. If you hate on him you kind of hate on what America is all about which is free speech and the right to question the law.

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