“America’s Color Revolution Threatens to Break and Remold College Football”
By Dr. Chris Warner
January 21, 2022
College football fans everywhere are clamoring for a dial back. NIL (Name, Image & Likeness) and the open transfer rule (within conferences) has irreparably altered the revered, tradition-rich king of American college sports; some say it is already too late, as the game as we knew it is already on life support—because fans will never attend the games and support the programs like they once did—unless the changes now in effect are reversed. When one considers that the “Collegiate” in the NCAA acronym has become moot with the noted end of the amateur status of the athlete, it is just a matter of time before the NCAA is justly retired for a newer, less-stringent (cough) governing body; one that will oversee the now-imminent, much-refined, emerging new super-conference realignment framed in the intended mold of the cabal.
If you read this intermittent blog you have heard me mention the term “color revolution” within the context of the current political culture war America is engaged in; and has been engaged in for some time. A color revolution is what America has in the past created in other countries to affect election outcomes in our favor. In a nutshell, a color revolution is meant to distract, disappoint and disenfranchise citizens from their government through a series of disruptive policy measures that make no sense to the average person; along with a steady diet of incessant propaganda via controlled media aimed at bringing down the current power structure. The theory is that once the people have been thoroughly disgusted, disillusioned and disenfranchised, a new government is put in place. Sound familiar? Pinch yourself. Or better yet—give yourself just two more weeks to flatten the curve.
If you have ever seen “Raiders of the Lost Ark” starring a charismatic, young Harrison Ford as the rugged, academic adventurer, Indiana Jones, you may recall the early scene where he must deftly transfer a bag of sand onto a weighted pedestal adorning a small gold statue. Complicating matters is the fact that the pedestal is booby-trapped to hair trigger a sure death sequence for the thief. This is in essence what the cabal or deep state, is trying to affect—a veritable switcheroo of our American government. However, like in the blockbuster movie—the ambitious feat is easier said than done, as everyone has a plan—that is until they get smashed in the face.
College Football’s Future is Tied to the Current Color Revolution Raging in America
College Football is a revered pastime and tradition. For nearly half the year die-hard Americans rally around their favorite college team, participating in what is today the largest outdoor, public event you can regularly attend. It is a multi-generational draw. Millions of pure-bloods gather at the revered cathedrals of college football each weekend in the fall and early winter—and that’s the problem. They cannot have it.
Because the majority of college football fans are conservative, the game has been targeted by the cabal communists as a particular institution in need of destroying, as it will only strengthen the color revolution. It is why LSU and other completely woke (CRT) institutions of “higher learning” forced proof of vaccination to enter stadiums in the early fall of 2021, only to later discontinue the unconstitutional mandate (OSHA SCOTUS decision). They wanted to and still want to ruin college football. These are the same people who brought you men pretending to be women competing against women, which is one of the most embarrassing policy trends during this demoralizing, political culture war epoch.
So if you read this and you are an LSU fan, and you can think for yourself, and you agree with the veracity of these statements, then you can also surmise that recent athletic department policy after the 2019 national championship has been highly suspect, and has only contributed to the overall decline of college football, LSU football included in that subset. If so, you must ask yourself whether or not you support this type of destructive activity to our university and our country.
The Solution to Saving College Football and America, From the Cabal’s Color Revolution
End the open transfer rule within conferences. Go back to the sit-out rule requiring a year off from football if you transfer within conference. Much of the revolving door in the transfer portal has been created by this; coupled with NIL, it is simply the players taking advantage of the market. However, this has proved destructive to continuity, team cohesiveness and fan loyalty. Something must give.
Put stipulations on NIL contracts. Increase oversight. Educate athletes on money management. Perhaps require a percentage of NIL contracts be put in escrow for the earner, released to them upon their leaving the institution. Do the job the NCAA has ignored and protect the remaining sanctity and dignity of the student athlete. Protect the student-athlete from harming himself with the spoils of windfall.
Turn off your TV. End the Covid hysteria. Demand it. Get off of social media. Demand it from your family and friends. They are being censored and brainwashed. Remind them it is unconstitutional (censorship, brainwashing is sadly legal). Love your freedoms and your country your ancestors died for and take it back. Get involved. Have a take. Join the subversive meme war. Be loud. Be heard. Be a pure-blooded American. Let’s Go.
Remember Patton’s quote:
“You may be thankful that twenty years from now when you are sitting by the fireplace with your grandson on your knee, and he asks you what you did in the great World War II, you WON’T have to cough, shift him to the other knee and say, ‘Well, your Grandaddy shoveled shit in Louisiana.’ No, Sir, you can look him straight in the eye and say, “Son, your Grandaddy rode with the Great Third Army and a Son-of-a-Gaddmaned-Bitch named Georgie Patton!”
*Chris Warner is from New Iberia, Louisiana, but lacks the fabled local haircut. A double graduate of LSU, he holds a doctorate from the University of New Orleans. He is the author and publisher of over 20 titles. He is currently working on a novel set at LSU in 1988, titled “Big Time.” Click here to read the synopsis, or high concept:
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