Someone spray-painted the gate of his Brentwood, California, mansion with the so-called “N-word.” The Cavs star player held a press conference, blew up this minor incident, castigated white America as “racist” and lamented how bad blacks have it in America.
“No matter how much money you have, no matter how famous you are, no matter how many people admire you, being black in America is tough. … And we’ve got a long way to go for us as a society, and for us as African-Americans, until we feel equal in America.”
What a pitiful excuse of a man. It’s obvious he never had a father.
LeBron James is rich and talented, but he still doesn’t “feel equal” to whites. People like LeBron feel inferior and victimized not because of “racism” (which doesn’t exist, and has never existed), but because they’re missing the love of a father.
Unless blacks drop their anger – which usually starts in the home with impatient mothers and grandmothers – they’ll always feel like victims. There’s nothing more that whites can do to prove they’re not “racist.” Whites must speak out against these fake accusations of “racism.” Good people should stop supporting entities spreading a culture of hate and blame against whites.
LeBron was born to a 16-year-old mother who struggled to raise him on her own. His mother let LeBron go live with a local youth football coach who introduced him to basketball.
LeBron James has NBA championships, MVP Awards and Olympic gold medals up the yin yang.
James’ Brentwood home is worth $21 million. He’s worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
Early in his career, James was fortunate to have been mentored by renowned investor Warren Buffett – a white man.
But money and worldly success don’t change your character. The spray-painted “N-word” triggered LeBron and exposed his anger and insecurity. I wonder if LeBron ever uses the “N-word”; that word doesn’t mean anything to blacks until white people use it, because most blacks, who have no love in their hearts for anyone, in their shallow thinking and blindness, they hate and judge white people as “racist.”
LeBron said even smiling white people around him could be “racist” and cannot be trusted. Out of nowhere, LeBron brought up Emmett Till – a black teenager lynched by whites in Mississippi.
“Racism” is fake news! LeBron, like Oprah, wouldn’t be nearly as successful were it not for white Americans who are the majority of his fans and who pay his bills. Yet, he tells black and white children that it’s hard being a black man in white America. How sad!
LeBron and his hate-filled little black friends are setting a poor example to those who look up to them.
Last year, LeBron and fellow NBA players Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul, and Carmelo Anthony spoke about so-called “racism” and “police violence” at the ESPY awards. They spread baseless suspicion of police and Black Lives Matter – an anti-white hate group founded by radical black lesbians and communists propped up by billionaire George Soros.
Ahead of the opening of the 2016-17 NBA season, LeBron talked about his children growing up in a country where police could kill them because of their race.
“It’s a scary-ass situation that if my son calls me and said he’s been pulled over, that I’m not that confident that things are going to go well and that my son is going to return home.”
This guy is a failure as a father and a role model. Instead of teaching his sons to obey the law and to be respectful – he’s setting them up to be suspicious and angry of the cops which could cause them to resist lawful commands and result in violent altercations. In San Francisco, it was reported blacks were eight times as likely to resist arrest as others.
Like most blacks, who don’t think for themselves, LeBron was influenced by Barack Obama in his anti-police, anti-white prejudice. LeBron also supported Hillary Clinton. He boycotted Trump’s hotel in SoHo when the Cavs stayed there in December 2016.
Ex-Denver Nuggets Coach George Karl coached NBA stars Carmelo Anthony and Kenyon Martin; he wrote about the problems he faced coaching players in his book titled “Furious George.” In one of many comments he made about Carmelo Anthony, Karl said Anthony’s upbringing without a father created maturity issues.
“Kenyon (Martin) and Anthony carried two big burdens: all that money and no father to show them how to act like a man,” Karl wrote, according to the New York Post.
There’s nothing more whites can do to help LeBron or any other black person. Decent whites should reject the false idea of “racism” and stop buying NBA tickets.
It doesn’t matter how much money blacks make; unless they drop their anger, they’ll always feel like victims.
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Article posted with permission from Jesse Lee Peterson