The NFL and Southerners

Black Panthers Feb 2016It is inconceivable that the front office of the National Football League (NFL) does not approve of and condone the content of the much-heralded Super Bowl halftime show. That being said, what are we to make of the recent Super Bowl 50 halftime extravaganza, particularly the segment featuring Beyonce’ and the Black Panther theme?

The epidemic of black-on-white violent crime in the street of America, coupled with the dark-skinned “rapefugee” invasion of Europe, needs to be stopped, not encouraged. And glorifying the Black Panthers encourages further violence against whites while celebrating past black radicalism and lawlessness. Can you imagine the reverse: a Super Bowl halftime show with the Ku Klux Klan? No, neither can I. There is a terrible pro-leftist double standard at work here.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and his minions knew exactly what they were doing–playing to the thuggishness that has become black-dominated professional sports these days. I suppose the “It’s cool to be a thug” thing sells in 2016. Otherwise, what else could be the point of it all? If it’s not some mercenary reason such as selling vulgar black street and rap culture for profit, then it must be something much more dark and sinister: the promotion of outright violence against whites, which is, after all, what the Black Panthers stand for.

The NFL has shown its true colors, as it were. We in The League of the South encourage all Southerners to boycott everything about the NFL, from the games to the merchandise. It has become a promoter of everything a Christian Southerner should rightly abhor. And the NFL seems to relish rubbing our collective noses in it.

Michael Hill



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Michael Hill

Dr Michael Hill is President of the League of the South. He is a retired university professor of history and author of two books on Celtic warfare.