View Full Version : The Redskins - why the resistance to the name change?

13th October 2013, 15:29
The NFL is a full blown Illuminati organization. Some elements within the "Illumed and Nutty" (as I prefer to call them) believe in the legend of Atlantis. (I happen to lean that there is a great likelihood the mythical Atlantis actually existed). Some within the Illumed and Nutty believe that much of the Native Americans are a less diluted group of descendants of the Atlanteans. So there's a resistance within that NFL "club" that goes far deeper than simple PC issues.

Heading into a different direction -

I ask this question - Let's say I set up a league and decide to name various teams -

The Blackskins

The Brownskins

The Yellowskins

The Whiteskins

The Blueskins

What then might "they" say?

and finally a comment -

hahaha What a clown show this planet sometimes emulates, hey? It's not like there are any important matters at hand, right?

13th October 2013, 15:57
I like the name Red Tails in honor of the Tuskeegee Airman who fought in WW2.
If it's offensive to some, it's offensive to all. They wouldn't want a black owner to change a name to "Mississippi KKKRackens"
Or a Latino owner naming a team "The Gringos."

End the slangs and let the game go on.

13th October 2013, 18:43
Green Bay Packaging Specialists.

13th October 2013, 21:30
they should just take the name of the owner of the team , ya know like The Dallas Cowboys could be called the Dallas Joneskins ... lol