ESPN Rob Parker Says RG3 is a “Cornball Brother”

YouTube, December 13, 2012

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  • ed

    a bit discriminatory, isn’t he?

  • Puggg

    They once had the same “concerns” about Obama. But that didn’t prevent him from getting 110% of the black vote, twice.

    By “cornball brother” and “not really black,” this fool here means that RG 3 has not (yet) committed a felony.

    • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

      I also think Rob Parker thinks that RG3 is a “cornball brother” because too many white people like him, or too few white people are critical of him, as opposed to a “real brother” down with the struggle, like Michael Vick.

      • Oil Can Harry

        Traditionally, any black person popular with whites faces a backlash from their jealous, surly “community”.

        Years ago Louis Armstrong, Sammy Davis Jr. and Nat King Cole among others were deemed Uncle Toms.

        • The__Bobster

          The last two weren’t popular with me because they had a thing for coal-burners.

          • josh

            Ever hear of the Mills Brothers? Glow little glow worm,indeed.

        • Pauper

          I would say that most of feel the same way that Parker does about Griffin having a White wife. YUCK! He should not be involved with a White woman. Period!

    • Hirschibold

      Black people consider patriotism to be the ultimate betrayal to the black race, but the fact that Obama is the president of America doesn’t mean he is a sellout to them, because they (correctly) understand that Obama is “going forth in the armor of his enemies,” using tools created by and for white societies to inflict pain and suffering on white people.

      There is a scene in the (plagiarized and derivative) Alex Haley book “Roots” where a slave is pushing away a plate of food that a black woman has handed him. “I’m tired of eating the white man’s food,” the man says. “But you must eat the white man’s food,” the black woman said, “so that you can grow strong and kill the white man.”

      I imagine that is how most blacks (Obama, Dyson, Holder, etc.) view education, as the white man’s food that must be endures in order to destroy whites with their own dialectic.

      • josh

        “I am tired of eating the white mans fried chicken,the white mans biscuits,the white mans corn bread,and the white mans chocolate cake allw ashed down with the white mans grape drank,” said Kunta Kinte. “But I be forcin meseff.”

  • Hirschibold

    This is ultimately why white people cannot live around blacks. I observed this phenomenon in the Army. There was one group of black soldiers, from the ghettos Brooklyn and LA, and they were all a tight-knit group who did as little as possible, especially if their actions might have accidentally aided a white person. There was one black soldier, however, who got along well with everyone, and they constantly called him an “Uncle Tom” and an Oreo.

    The message was clear: Black men’s perception of their own virtue and virility is tied up inextricably with their desire to make white people suffer. If a man’s only way to establish his manhood and dignity is to try to make my life miserable, then I don’t want to live around that man, because eventually he is going to endanger me, or provoke me to the point where I am in a Zimmerman-esque situation.

    • MerlinV

      The hatred for Whites is instilled in them before they can even walk. Their parent/s feed them a steady diet of poisonous hatred toward Whites. Then they repeat the same with their kids. The cycle never ends.

      • Sherman_McCoy

        Seems to be working for them. Hmmmm . . .

      • Epiminondas

        MerlinV: the parents AND the media feed them that diet.

      • Guest

        The same can be said for the hatred that many of you Whites have toward Blacks and some other non-Whites..

    • T’oma

      I enlisted in the Army in 1971 and it was the same then.

  • Canis Lupus

    This is an example of why I dont watch any type of sports.

    • So CAL Snowman

      I make a nice chunk of change that is un-taxed by the Feds betting on sports.

  • handyandy2@optonline.net

    Rgiii will be finished running around playing his boys game in the not too distant future and will do whatever stupid thing he’s going to do all in good time. With blacks of every hue, the rule of thumb is they’re going to louse up. The only unknown factor is just what exactly it is they’re going to do louse themselves up?

  • MekongDelta69

    First of all, ESPN is (and always has been) so completely left-wing and adoring of all minorities, they make MSNBC look like AmRen sometimes. (Ok – I’m embellishing a little, but it sounds good!)

    Seriously – ESPN is a joke. When it comes to minorities, they will excuse anything and everything. When it comes to whites, they will look for the most minute thing to criticize.

    This idiot above loves RGIII because he has dreads (he said so), but he doesn’t think he’s “down for the struggle.”
    (If I ‘struggled’ as much as black people always claim to be ‘struggling,’ I’d be one very tired guy right now!)

    You know the most obvious reason (that I can tell, but this guy was too embarrassed to admit) that this ‘forever struggling’ ESPN idiot probably thinks RGIII is not an ‘authentic black’? Rumors that he (gasp) ‘might’ be a (gasp) Republican?! Nah – Parker doesn’t know that.

    The reason is RGIII (amazingly) is one of the VERY FEW blacks in professional sports that doesn’t speak as if he graduated Ebonics 101 and he hasn’t (to my knowledge anyway) committed a crime. And because of that, Mr. Resident Racist at ESPN doesn’t like that. Not one bit.

    • NM156

      Small example: on an ESPN.com comments section for a Serena Williams’ US Open story, I pointed out that her Grand Slam victory and the unprecedented serve speeds that crushed her opponents were because of the performance enhancing drugs she was obviously on. ESPN.com kicked me off of the site.

      • dhs

        ESPN’s legal people may have made that decision.

        Perhaps if you phrased your opinion as a question: “I wonder if she’s using anabolic supplements?”, it might have slipped through.

        • NM156

          Not a single post on that comment section among hundreds-if not thousands-about the elephant in the living room that is her laughably juiced-up physique. A month before, on another ESPN story, not one comment was made about her “Crip dance” after winning gold in London. Professional sports media is a sick institution. I love football, but the time has come for the NFL to come to the guillotine. With any luck, lawsuits related to CTE will do just that.

  • You Are Now Enriched

    Not “down with the Cause.”

    Brother, we here at Amren are fully “down with the Cause, and it sho’ ain’t yours.”

    • dukem1

      Right on, Bro’!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

  • So CAL Snowman

    I agree with this guy, RG3 is no doubt a “cornball” brother. He married White, speaks like a White man, lives in a White neighborhood and doesn’t act like a ghetto thug. No doubt he wishes he was White.

    • StillModerated

      And he crosses himself, making an outward sign of his faith. Which means he’s not a real Christian — unlike the kind that talk gibberish and fall backwards.

      • TeutonicKnight67

        I’m not sure what denomination you are but I can assure you this, as a Catholic who makes the Sign of The Cross I am equally offended. Whether it be Feetsball, Bakkabawl or Beisbol, these brown hued fools seem to think the Almighty has nothing better to do than help them win a sporting event. This is the “Looka Me” complex taken to the extreme, or to put it ebonically, “to a whole other level, yo!”

    • josh

      He STILL black!

  • Greg Thomas

    I as a White male feel that some Whites are not “White enough.” However as a White male, I must be careful when and where I express such sentiments, because I would likely be vilified as a “racist, xenophobe, and mean-spirited.”

    I wonder what repercussions this black guy will face for posing such questions before a national audience?

  • http://www.newnation.org/ sbuffalonative

    RG3. I had to do a search on that one.

  • KingKenton

    National Review Online had a story covering this. I posted a reply to a comment on the site and guess what? My reply that was awaiting moderation just disappeared. Probably no surprise to AmRen readers.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/335623/espn-analyst-calls-rgiii-cornball-brother-because-he-may-be-republican-andrew-johnson

    • StillModerated

      National Review became irrelevant in the mid-1980s. I prefer Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture, which has promised to be printed on glossy paper until the end of the world.

  • IKantunderstand

    No one can win in this society, unless they adhere to the “role” preordained for them. But, in fact this society is headed to a culture, where even your biological dictates will be ignored. Only the dictates of the state will be considered. A Black man wants to ignore his skin color? Gulag! A boy wants to play with toy trucks and engage in fisticuffs with another boy? Gulag! A girl wants to play with a Barbie doll that is the same color as she? Gulag! If we don’t begin to fight back, we will all end up in the GULAG. You do realize, don’t you, that some Gulags are mental?

    • majordomo

      Simply the best comment by far. Thanks.

  • WHITE HORSE

    GIve it time.

    He’ll beat his white woman soon.

  • AmericaFirst

    Wow…I just happened upon this site & was thoroughly surprised that such hate mongering and backwards thinking still exists. I’m at a lose to figure out where to start…I will just say that comments like ‘our country’ is ridiculous, because as we all know, Native Americans lived here before us. Blacks have been here as long as us & helped us build America. The idea that all blacks are working to undermine America is beyond ridiculous and in fact is completely unpatriotic – because Obama, like many blacks before him, is working to make this a better country. Please recognize that what makes us so strong IS OUR DIVERSITY. We are a country that shows the world we can ALL work towards the same goals together. If you don’t recognize this, I suggest you stop & research our history.

  • White and Proud

    Rob Parker is critical of RG3 for being married with a White woman. I agree with him Parker). He has no business being with a White woman. Miseceganation is disgraceful! I am sure most of us race conscious Whites on this board would agree with this.

  • Johnny Clay

    I guess Mr. Parker doesn’t think RG3 is “ghetto” enough for him. Must all black people strive to live on the bottom rungs of the ladder?