Entertainment only exists for the purpose of a leisurely distraction. The health of a society determines the aura of the distraction. If the society sucks, the distraction will follow suit. Leisurely distractions are typically going to be primitive in nature. Meaning, the distraction becomes a degenerative microcosm of the very society that the distractions are used as a catalyst to escape.
One of the primary forms of entertainment for the better part of the last 50 years has been sports. Sports have largely been apolitical and secular. Which is ultimately what makes them a distraction, and therefore “entertaining.”
The distraction should ideally be somewhat entertaining if it hopes to be a legitimate escape from the social pressures within the status quo. The more depressing the existence, the more depressing the distraction needs to be. One doesn’t need to be a big brain rationalist to conclude how bad reality sucks in a society where the preeminent distractions are the choice between drinking fermented grains while watching Black men run with a ball, or depleting your endorphins with a mind-numbing cocktail of pharmaceuticals and porn.
One would assume that if your society sucked to the point that your primary source of escapism was to get inebriated and either watch Black men run with a ball, or watch women get gangbanged, that the social engineers would be content to let you fester in your misery. But, that’s where you’d be wrong.
Recently, the architects of entertainment have decided that you shouldn’t be allowed to be distracted from divisive “social justice” issues. If the millionaires running with the ball are disproportionately Black (NFL is 70% Black) that’s fine. But if the coaches are disproportionately White (75% of NFL coaches are White), that’s just not acceptable.
So, how do they correct this miscarriage of social justice? Well, by incentivizing NFL teams to hire non-White coaches, of course:
A new plan to incentivize NFL teams to develop and hire minority candidates for head-coaching and general manager positions has not been met with the enthusiasm by the people it is supposed to help.
Multiple sources who are people of color told ESPN in recent days that there are, at best, mixed feelings about a plan approved this past week that will award two third-round compensatory draft picks to teams that have minority head coaches or general managers hired away from their organizations.
Aside from the obvious—the NFL partaking in explicit anti-White discrimination, let’s rationalize the NFL’s “plan” from a layman’s perspective: The goal of all NFL teams is winning. These teams have no problem drafting Black players and paying them millions of dollars to run really fast with a ball. I mean, do you think that anyone who has any clout within an NFL organization has ever said: “Nope, we can’t draft that guy. He’s really fast and would probably help us win, but his skin is just too dark. Let’s draft the slower White guy instead.” That would just be absurd, considering the demographics of the NFL. If you have a strong dislike for Black skin, then you probably wouldn’t be interested in professional football to begin with.
Therefore, if there’s no issue with paying Black players millions of dollars to help the team win, why wouldn’t the same be said of coaches and managers? If a team were to conclude that a coach with Black skin was the coach they thought would help the team win a championship, why wouldn’t they hire him? Or even her for that matter? The rationalization that there are all of these brilliant non-White coaches who don’t get hired cause their skin isn’t White is beyond the pale. In fact, even the people this is supposed to benefit are skeptical:
For starters, these sources were not pleased that many were not consulted about the plan and that it was passed swiftly, without any advance notice. These sources also did not approve of other people speaking for them when they were unable to provide input as to how the program would work.
“This will affect all of us, and we wanted to be involved in the process,” one source said over the weekend. “We don’t know whether it’s lip service or real, and we just want to be judged on our own merits.”
One would think that discrimination would be futile in a meritocracy. From the standpoint of, how does one moralize merit? Nobody seems to have an issue with the disproportionate percentage of Black players in the NFL. Normal people just conclude, “Ok, Blacks are just better cornerbacks and wide receivers. It is what it is.” So, why not the same attitude when it comes to coaches and management? Or, even ownership? Nobody seems to have an issue with roughly 30% of NFL teams (10) having a Jewish owner, even though there are only seven Jewish players in the NFL. Why is that? Maybe I’m missing something, but it appears that it’s only an issue if there are too many White people. Because, as far as I can tell, if there are too many Blacks, that’s a strength! Too many Jews, well, only an anti-Semite would even think such a thing. But, for some hypocritical reason, if there are too many Whites, that’s like the worst thing ever. And there immediately has to be regulations imposed to eradicate any statistical anomaly that could be misconstrued as advantageous to Whiteness.
It’s almost as if the social engineers of society are these anti-White sadists who are subliminally chanting: “We want the essence of White existence to be so nihilistic that even the distractions from their demographic demise are humiliating.”
If that all sounds like White fragility, that’s because that’s what it is. Except, White people aren’t allowed to be emotionally fragile when their feelings get hurt. Or when they are systemically discriminated against because of their lack of skin color. Only non-Whites are afforded those privileges. White people just have to suck it up accept and the fact that life isn’t fair. And that equality is anti-White.