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Saturday, October 1, 2016

Knicks center now center of attention: does a "Kaepernick"

U.S. MILITARY ACADEMY, WEST POINT -- The NY Knicks center Joakim Noah used his First Amendment rights to skip Thursday night's team dinner at the mess hall of those who have ensured his freedom to skip the meal and a speech from a retired colonel. 

Noah is against war and gun violence and now that Colin Kaepernick of the 49ers reminded him that war and gun violence is bad, he jumped (no pun intended) on the bandwagon.

Noah said he feels "uncomfortable" that his team has conducted training camp for three straight years at the Academy.

"It's hard for me a little bit--I have a lot of respect for the kids here fighting--but it's hard for me to understand why we go to war and why kids have to kill kids all around the world. I have mixed feelings  about being here. I'm very proud of this country. I love America. I don't understand kids killing kids around the world."
Not Groucho and Harpo, Mr. Noah

Noah failed World History and never had the chance to make it up when he got drafted by the NBA. He also has a poverty of information about Islam and its sharia and jihad components. What he does know is basketball.

Noah was granted permission from Jeff Hornacek, his coach, to skip the team function. He was the only member of the team not in attendance and like Kaepernick, is getting more attention from his protest than he ever got for his basketball skills.

"It's not my way of saying anything. I was not comfortable," the tall Noah said.

The U.S. Military Academy called Noah's protest "inappropriate." 

"The U.S. Military Academy at West Point develops leaders of character for the defense of our nation," said Lt. Col. Christopher Kasker, a West Point spokesman. "We are disappointed and feel Mr. Noah's choice of West Point to make a statement is inappropriate because of the great sacrifice that has originated from this institution over our nation's history."

Noah also failed History 101 and 102. In fact, he often cut class because it made him feel uncomfortable to hear about dudes such as Hitler, Mao, Pol Pot, Stalin and Muhammad (peas be up in him). 

The truth is, Noah isn't American born, but was granted US citizenship which one wonders why he bothered.

In an attempted 'save', the Knicks PR Twitter account posted a bunch of photos of Noah talking trash with cadets and asking them questions he missed on his tests in school. It was no coincidence, believe me, as Trump would say, that the PR guys got on it.

By the way, calling West Point cadets "kids" is as insulting to them as it is to ISIS jihadists.

Noah is a dickweed with no understanding of the sacrifices patriotic Americans have made throughout history to ensure our freedoms. He is a dual citizen with France and the USA. 

The West Point official said that Noah spoke to an army officer and told him he did not mean to "offend" the cadets by not showing up to the dinner, which proves the point that the Knicks center is very intelligent, in addition to being emotionally retarded.

Noah, 31, is in his first year with the Knicks. Evidently, his IQ and his age aren't far apart.

I have gone to many of their games but I will protest Noah and Hornacek by watching the new series of "Dynasty" which, if he loses the election, may star Donald Trump.