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The ultimate disgrace: Saudi Arabian player TIES HIS SHOELACE as team mates ignore minute’s silence for the Australian victims of the London terror attacks (but they still kneel to pray after a goal)

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DailyMail
8 Jun 2017

The Saudi Arabian soccer team chose to tie their shoelaces, stretch and casually pass balls instead of lining up for a minute’s silence for the London terror victims.

Soccer fans across the globe were outraged after the Saudi national team refused to pay their respects in a World Cup qualifier against Australia in Adelaide on Thursday.

A spokesman for Football Federation Australia explained they were told a minute of silence was ‘not in keeping with Saudi culture’ ahead of the match.

But furious viewers were to quick to point out occasions Saudi Arabian sporting teams had solemnly observed a minute’s silence for different tragedies.

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#BlackLivesMatter | Colin Kaepernick and Chris Brown

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49ers Colin Kaepernick Idiotically Protests National Anthem… Because Black Lives Matter?
Colin Kaepernick stirred the pot recently. In case you’re unfamiliar, most know him for being the 49ers’ sub-par quarterback. When he’s not tossing the ball directly to the opposing team’s defensive backs, he busies himself with making political statements. Apparently he took a page out of the WNBA’s book – this time not just athletically – and has been using his games as a platform for protest. He recently decided to stand for black people by… sitting down during the national anthem?
Couple of things here. Kaep seems to be a little confused on the “civil rights” protest schtick. Merely “sitting down” does not a valid point make. I know, I know it’s confusing. See, Rosa Parks isn’t revered merely for “sitting down” but for actually advancing the cause of black rights in America. You’re just a dumbass. Get it now?
 
POWERFUL: NFL Star Ray Lewis Puts #BlackLivesMatter on Notice
Things got emotional in a recent video Ray Lewis posted to Facebook. He’s not been impressed with the likes of BlackLivesMatter. Can’t say we blame him. So the former Ravens linebacker set to vent his frustration… Particularly with the constant self-victimization that BLM embraces. He cites rising numbers in black on black crime and chastises self-professed activists for ignoring the main cause of black deaths. Overall? He hits the nail on the head. And does so with passion.
 
NFL Legend Jim Brown DESTROYS #BlackLivesMatter
There’s a push on social media by slacktivists to get NBA and NFL stars to boycott sports games over #BlackLivesMatter court decisions. NFL Legend, and powerful voice in the actual civil rights movement, Jim Brown was asked for his thoughts.
 

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Liberals: Imagine a world without socccer balls

 
Why don’t we apply this to school marching bands – you know, we don’t want any kids to excel at playing a musical instrument because that would make other kids feel bad. So, the parents can imagine that they buy their kid an instrument, the kids can just imagine they’re playing an instrument, and those attending the games [where they have imaginary balls] can listen to the imaginary music – and damn, don’t those kids sound great!

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On first reading, there is NO WAY this story could be real, but, considering the many stuck on stupid ideas Liberals have………………

With the growing concern over the effects of competition in youth sports programs this summer, many Canadian soccer associations eliminated the concept of keeping score. The Soccer Association of Midlake, Ontario, however, has taken this idea one step further, and have completely removed the ball from all youth soccer games and practices.

According to Association spokesperson, Helen Dabney-Coyle, “By removing the ball, it’s absolutely impossible to say ‘this team won’ and ‘this team lost’ or ‘this child is better at soccer than that child.'”

“We want our children to grow up learning that sport is not about competition, rather it’s about using your imagination. If you imagine you’re good at soccer, then, you are.”

Dave Blount adds his two cents, which is worth far more than anything…

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