Negro Felon League Week 6: Empty Stadiums the New Normal

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
October 15, 2018

Pictured above is your average National Football League player. Out of all the Negro players in the league, he is definitely one of the most civilized and a pillar of the local community.

This is your weekly reminder that the National Football League, otherwise known as the Negro Felon League, is a horrible form of entertainment. If you spend hours of your life watching a bunch of low IQ monkeys chase after an inflated pig’s bladder, you should seriously reevaluate your priorities.

It is not healthy to watch this shit. A large portion of these Negro players don’t like White people and hate America.

Tackling the quarterback the wrong way results in penalty flags now. It’s not the same game it once was. So even if you take the political and racial aspects out of it, the game itself sucks.

As a result, empty seats in many NFL stadiums have become the new normal. Here’s some pictures showing the poor crowds at several of this week’s games.

And in case you are skeptical of how Africanized the NFL has become, just watch this ESPN interview that aired on Sunday NFL Countdown with Odell Beckham Jr. and Lil Wayne. I had to stop watching about a minute in after Beckham revealed that he got a tattoo of Lil Wayne on his leg.

In other football related news, there’s a new report on Aaron Hernandez, the former Patriots tight end who murdered his friend and eventually killed himself inside his jail cell. The report states that he was sexually abused as a child and had a homosexual relationship with his high school quarterback. Obviously, he was a very fucked up individual and his case further reflects on the type of person that ends up playing in the league.

It has also been reported that the league’s ratings have rebounded a bit in recent weeks. This is greatly unfortunate and shows that we still have some work to do in terms of getting people to permanently boycott this bread and circus crap.

We need to create a cultural situation where White people will be embarrassed and shamed if they admit to watching this garbage. The empty seat phenomenon is a good sign, but more progress needs to be made.