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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Poor Colin Kaepernick has just learned he's oppressed

It has been learned that the NFL's mediocre 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has been dating Nesssa Diab, an activist whose parents were denied jobs when they came to the US from Egypt because "they have accents." 

Kaepernick, 28 (coincidentally matching his IQ) has made a stand on sitting during the national anthem. He said he will continue to sit until the United States of America stops oppressing black people and other minorities. 

The fact that the failed quarterback can sit with impunity during the national anthem attests to the fact that America does not oppress its people. Let him try protesting and sitting in North Korea and see how quickly Kim Jong Un loads up the anti-aircraft guns and blows away his butt.

So who is this woman Colin is rollin' with?

Diab is a Hot 97 DJ and MTV host. She digs long walks on the beach, Muslim activist causes, Black Lives Matter matters, Colin's tattoos, social activism, the Koran, FGM (as long as it isn't hers), defending Islam, defending Colin, Palestine and lamb chops.

Since Kaepernick began dating Diab, he began posting on social media praising Black Lives Matter and Black Panthers. 

On October 15th, he marked the 50 year anniversary of the Black Panthers on Instagram. His first 128 posts were mostly vanity photos of himself in football gear and publicity photos or those taken with friends. His last 42 posts, however, had 31 strong social justice connotations, with many featuring quotes by Black Panthers founder Huey Newton, Nation of Islam Leader Malcolm X and cop killer Assata Shakur, implying that Kaepernick is a cop-hating racist in his own right.

On a Sunday news conference about his disrespect for the nation's flag and anthem, the benched QB wore a black hat with a large, white "X" and a T-shirt with photos of Malcolm X and murderous despot Fidel Castro, implying Kaepernick is either a moron or is easily manipulated by a Muslim woman named Diab .  .  .  or both. 

Diab spent her impressionable years in Saudi Arabia where you can get 10 years and 2000 lashes. It is also the country that Sean Hannity reminds us nightly that women are not allowed to drive or leave their homes without a male chaperone.

Her father was transferred to Saudi Arabia from a job in California (which he wasn't supposed to get because he has an accent and isn't a white guy--if you believe Diab). She spoke about being in the Kingdom during the Gulf War and how the threat of bombings later colored her impression of American tragedies.

"When 9-11 happened, it didn't surprise me at all," DJ Diab said on the Guy Code Podcast. "Wow. Mmkay. This is what we went through, probably, every couple of months."

The 3000 infidels who died on 9-11 only had to go through it once.

She also posted about Alton Sterling's shooting by police officers, saying "they will also try to discredit the store owner's account of what occurred because he's Muslim and we know Islamophobia is at an all-time high in this country."

There may be a correlation between what Muslims label 'Islamophobia' and the number of jihadist terror attacks--but it isn't a phobia if it isn't irrational.

Diab said her parents were from Egypt and were highly educated but were denied jobs "because they have accents." 

It's never due to the possibility that there may have been more qualified applicants--it's always due to Islamophobia and/or foreign accents. 

That sounds like Ameraphobia to me. Or something worse: Amerahatred.

See, I can make up diagnoses just as well as the Muslim Brotherhood can.

Kaepernick, who knows that his days of being a starting QB are probably over said that he planned further activism beyond the seated demonstration. 

To learn more about his past activism, go here.

Anything for love.