Many people ask what Nike could possibly want by signing Colin Kaepernick to a multi-million dollar multi-year deal.
Simple answer: Nike wants to kill blacks.
And that’s why I talk about Kaepernick and Nike in my documentary film Bleeding Blue, which premiered Sept 7 in theaters.
Before you call me a conspiracy theorist, understand a bit of background as I wrote recently about Kaepernick’s problem in his lawsuit with the NFL.
Regardless, it appears now that Kaepernick’s claims are baseless. His claims of collusion just got a hole poked in his hot air balloon, at least according to John Elway.
Elway claims that the Broncos offered Kaepernick a deal, but he turned it down. Kaepernick’s defense? We had a gag order!
Colin Kaepernick’s lawyer has claimed Denver Broncos general manager John Elway violated a protective order following his comments last week regarding the former quarterback.
Mark Geragos, Kaepernick’s attorney, told Reasonable Doubt podcasters, that Elway may have violated a gag order in an ongoing collusion case against the NFL after he revealed Thursday that the Broncos gave the quarterback a “chance” to be on the team, but he turned them down, the New York Post reported.
“Clearly he violated the protective order that the NFL has been wielding like a club at me,” Geragos said. “We’ll deal with that in the hearing,” he continued.
So in other words, Kaepernick decided it would be better to sue the owner than to play football.
With his stats, who could blame him. At best the guy is a second-rate back-up who could never take a team to the Super Bowl. If all you want to do is field a team, then Kaepernick is your man.
This was reported back in 2016 by NBC.
Colin Kaepernick is willing to take a pay cut to play for the Denver Broncos, just not one as large as the reigning Super Bowl champions would like.
The Broncos are offering Kaepernick an annual salary of $7 million for the 2016 season andthe 2017 season, a source close to the situation told CSNBayArea.com on Tuesday.
Kaepernick and the Broncos have “made progress” on a contract that would run through 2020, ESPN‘s Adam Schefter reported on Monday.
But the finances over the first two years are not favorable for Kaepernick. Agreeing to Denver’s offer would cost the 28-year-old quarterback $12.4 million in base salary, and potentially as much as $16.2 million, over the next two years. His current contract with the 49ers pays a base salary of $11.9 million for the 2016 season and $14.5 million in 2017.
Surely you can see Kaepernick’s point? How would he survive on a mere $3.5 million a year?
As it turns out, Kaepernick may have gotten additional offers than that of Denver.
According to my sources close to the NFL, Kaepernick was offered deals with Seattle, Oakland, and Phoenix, all of which for some reason fell through.
Maybe The Daily Caller article can shed some light as to why?
Despite the ongoing narrative that Kaepernick’s very public political views are preventing any NFL teams from offering him a roster spot, TheDC’s source claims Kaep himself has turned down at least one contract in the hopes of stirring up a media frenzy that eventually leads to a more lucrative deal for the 29-year-old vet.
Kaepernick allegedly doesn’t want to make “backup money” and specifically instructed his representative team not to sign one contract offered at the league’s minimum rate of $900,000 per year for a seventh-year player.
Shortly after the 2017 offseason began, Kaepernick parted ways with XAM Sports — the agency which had represented him since he entered the league in 2011 — and TheDC’s source added that Kaepernick’s girlfriend, outspoken radio host Nessa Diab, appears to be a driving force behind his negotiating tactics.
“Colin thinks he’s fighting a much higher battle than he is,” the source stated. “He views himself as a race messiah.”
The plot thickens.
Was Kaepernick cuckold by his girlfriend into turning down deals most Americans would find lucrative?
Another clue lies further in The Daily Caller article:
Several teams, including the Ravens, Seahawks and Dolphins, have reportedly reached out to Kaepernick this offseason.
Just last week, Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti confirmed he was interested in acquiring Kaepernick to play second-fiddle to oft-injured starter, Joe Flacco.
Two days after Baltimore first expressed interest, Ravens legend Ray Lewis posted a cryptic video telling Kaepernick to focus on football not activism.
Nessa Diab then compared Lewis and Bisciotti to a slave and master, and negotiations stalled.
Is Diab a saboteur, or a shrewd forward-thinking agent determined to make her client boyfriend a “race messiah”?
It certainly appears that way. But there is another angle, at least according to my NFL-associated source. He claims that in order to keep his existing Nike deal, Kaepernick was told by Nike to decline all offers.
If that is indeed the case, let’s look at the implications.
While Kaepernick gallivants around the country pretending to be ostracized by the league, he and Nike schemed to kill blacks.
Shortly thereafter, Nike decided to make a social justice icon of Kaepernick; the man who called out police, the flag, the anthem, and veterans.
And why not kneel against good things in America as a subliminal kick in the ass of religion. All for good measure.
Like past racist organizations, Nike uses Kaepernick to target young black men.
The former NFL player who wore socks depicting the police as pigs is the Chief Part-Negro Marketing Officer for Nike. Thanks, Black Lives Matter!
Nike is a racist company whose tactics are no different than Planned Parenthood. Find a few black sellouts willing to help keep the black community in check. Ironically, the man who wishes to fight the social injustice, just made a deal with the devil.
To sell their shoes, Nike is willing to destroy young blacks. Because only two things will come from this marketing ploy: notoriety for their brand and black teens disrespecting law-enforcement.
Truth be told by Nike, the company hopes for more deadly encounters in the black community. And with each stupid-black-teen-death-by-cop, Nike can roll out Kaepernick.
Nike will pretend to care about the community, as they give away a few shoes to poor blacks. Meanwhile other black teens will line up for their Jordans or LeBrons in cities where blacks kill other blacks in heartbreaking numbers.
1,200 people a year shot over sneakers, but Nike won’t run a campaign for that.
As for the black professional sellouts, Kaepernick is not alone.
Stephen Curry, LeBron James, Serena Williams, and a multitude of others happily take those fat checks from their plantation master. They say to themselves, “Just do it…or somebody else will.”
Unlike Nike, we’ve dedicated ourselves to Bleeding Blue, a project that will undoubtedly bridge the gap between the black community and law enforcement. We are part of the solution. We aren’t profiteering from the inevitable death of young blacks that will be caused by Nike.
Let’s see if Nike does what it ultimately should and embrace its roots. I can’t wait to see the Nike swoosh on those KKK robes.