In New York and Kentucky, a black student athlete, inspired by Colin Kaepernick's kneeling, wants to kneel during the National Anthem. His coach tells him he's off the team if he does.
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I support the reasoning of kneeling before the flag. Many kids at my school don’t stand for the pledge of allegiance. Honestly, most of them are just lazy, but some do it for this reason or other political motives. However, I always stand because I have many veterans in my life and it is my way of giving them my respect every day. I don’t really like it when I see people kneeling at the flag, but I do not think the coach has a right to kick him off the football team because of his political beliefs.
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Okay, so in America if you drop a flag you’re supposed to burn it because it’s disrespectful, but at least these people aren’t ripping flags / dropping and picking them back up like it never happened. These people are kneeling peacefully and not trying to rip or burn a flag for no reason.
I get we’re supposed to be respectful, but kneeling is a sign of respect in multiple places like when in prayer at church, or when proposing to a loved one. All these people are like “it’s disrespectful to the flag”...
*Its a flag, and a flag is an object, not a person.*
………..people who have a problem with other people "taking a knee" are hypocritical bigots. They want their rights and freedoms, but they have no problem denying the same rights and freedoms to someone else - specifically, someone they disagree with. I'm a veteran - I FULLY support people taking the knee! In saying so, there's always some ignorant fool to protest that and that person, 9 times out of 10, claims patriotism, but has never served their country. Again, hypocrites.
The guy with the white hat has a point no matter what race,skin color, or gender you should always respect the flag and find a different way to make a peaceful protest other than disrespecting the flag
If I talk politics at work I can be fired! If I decide to protest or attend a rally I will make time and do it on my own time. You have no right to take a knee and protest especially during the National anthem in America’s sport! So I’m glad the two kids got kicked out from their team in Texas! Learn the reproductions and protest in your own free time!
That flag has native American blood all over its built on murder and disease and be honest I should've expected this from racist gringos cause the indigenous race owns this side of the world till the invaders showed up with their disgusting diseases and weapons ready to kill the native citizens from Canada to Argentina.
Although I do agree with the statement of the protest, when NFL players take a knee, the NFL has every right to fire them, and high schools have a similar right to kick players off of the team. Like the first man said, there is a time and place, but it isn’t at work or school.
RVA. Nae The reason why it is offensive is because many people think that they are disrespecting the flag because they don’t understand the issue. The phone was an example of somebody who was not doing their job exactly how their boss wanted them to do it. Do you not agree that the NFL has the right to fire players for being controversial and going against their contracts? (NFL contracts often include a clause about taking political stances when working.)
+rrinismystarbucksname When did standing against domestic terrorism become offensive? Players aren't "clocked" in until the coin is tossed and the clock begins to count down in quarters. Therefore, I'll rebuttal your example. Why are you comparing a stance against POLICE BRUTALITY to a cell phone? Who's to say I'm not on my cellphone due an immediate family member's emergency while working. I don't have to be on break to respond to an emergency. S.n. - Idk where you work, but I don't have that problem. If a cell phone is a problem for you go back to a pager and find telephone booth or ask whoever you need to contact you to see you when they see you 🤷🏾♀️🤷🏾♀️ ijs. Why should some players stand up for someone or something that they feel are against them? The NFL players influences range from pewees football players to Semi - Pro Arena players to the average American man and woman. The most notable time where Americans gather together isn't your family cook out/reunion, your birthday, Jesus birthday (whatever you believe in or even if you don't acknowledge a religious or spirit faith) or a President's death (many has passed away since the NFL has begun). Would you like to what most Americans, if not all could agree on at least one time of the year and the anticipation take months? I know this is a lot of reading so here is break........Super Bowl Sunday! The average American would look at a situation like this and wonder why are they kneeling? Some want to change the narrative to make it about the military which isn't true. Some want to change the narrative that black men who play on a field are being disobedient because they're supposed to shut up and play. Those shoulder pads, cleats, and endorsements means nothing until that player take off their helmet and mouth guard to invoke their rights by the Constitution. It's literally illegal to hate. Their are laws against hate speech and crime. They are standing up for the opposite! They want to expose the hate. If you can't understand then kiss my ass PERIODT!! Cell phones haha 😭😭😭 good one though. That was cute.
RVA. Nae When professional football players are on the field, they are at work. Period. The NFL does not have to tolerate that behavior, and I recognize that. I do not know the exact rules about high school football, but I do know that it is perfectly legal to not allow a player to play because of any action that could be considered offensive, and, obviously, many people are offended by kneeling at football games. If you were at work, and you were on your cellphone during a meeting, you might get a warning and then be fired. This is similar. If football players are making staments outside of the field, the NFL cannot fire them for that reason, just like your boss cannot fire you for using your phone on your break. The time and place is NOT at work. The time and place IS anywhere else.
When and where is the time and place? When you agree with something or someone you shouldn't follow up with a (F.A.N.B.O.Y) coordinating conjunction. That cancelled out everything you've said beforehand. You either stand against police brutality amongst the black and brown community or you don't. PERIODT
Ladies and gents, this has nothing to do with American flag or army forces. I understand that you guys fought for our rights and protection and the protest shows dishonor, but that’s far from what we’re trying to point out. It’s about police brutality and the injustice that’s taking place and our butthead of a president isn’t doing anything about it.
I really don't get it. When players kneel on the field for a fallen player, opponent or foe, it is a symbol of solidarity and communion in understanding the situation in what just happened. kneeling for the flag is a symbolization of the flag in a different way, it symbolizes it because that person is enacting what that very flag means to us . Our natural rights, and among those rights is the freedom of speech and peaceful protest. You can say that that flag represents the fallen women and men who fought for our, and in doing so fought for that person's very right to peacefully protest and kneel in showing solidarity to a cause that needs attention. Just as the red in our flag not only represents the valor of our military men and women, the blue represents vigilance and justice. it is objection to peaceful protest like this and resistance to protests like this that lead to boiling points that cause incidents like the L.A riots, like Ferguson, like Baltimore, like Watts. No matter, what there is no way to "correctly" draw attention to issues in the minority population.
"Politics have no place in football." Well, shit that's true. Time & place, ya know? Protest all you want but to disrespect the flag. Why can't they all stand in solidarity for a minute together AFTER the anthem? I'm all for that!
I dont care how fucking discriminated you feel you do not disrespect the country where you live especially one that gives you the freedom that the United States gives you. You people obviously have no idea how lucky you are to live in this country while theres countries like north korea that starves and kills its people for speaking against the government. Millions of people died for that flag so you can have the freedom to disgracfully kneel during the national anthem. Its time to quit bitching and be a little more grateful.
there is no such thing as "bitching" if you truly fear for your life saying we're lucky to live in this country is only partially correct if I had the ability to go outside and not fear being killed for reaching for my insurance or being choked and shot while laying down giving myself up I would say i am thankful. However, I can't so why not use my first amendment right to protest that and use the rights that those men and women died for to their fullest, also mentioning North Korea only solidifies why he should protest.
+Whitefoxf2x any protest that goes against racism or any other social injustice unless filled with hate can't be a wrong protest man. I get it you think there is a better way but often that better way isn't going to get attention. You can protest correctly all you want if it gets no attention it has no effect. That is why I have no problem it injects the topic in America when we look at all our sports a reminder whether you eant it or not that we as a country need to do better.
+Whitefoxf2x where does it say it is against the law? How is kneeling so controversial? I kneel to my God. People knelt to kings and queens. It is an action of respect. The problem I think there really is, is that people don't want to hear about what is wrong with this country and that is why he is doing it. People feel uncomfortable hearing that someone is brave enough to air out the skeletons in America's closet.
The flag is a symbol of natural rights and freedom. Yet the people who fought for that freedom owned slaves. I believe that cop brutality is something that is needed to be changed. But it can be very insulting to those who have lost limbs. Lives and their way of life in war. So I see where they are coming from too.
In the middle ages kneeling before kings and queens actually gave more respect than standing up if you believe in God in the Bible it says Kneel before God you giving God respect by kneeling so basically you giving more respect to the flag by kneeling on your knees
I wasent sure what the kneeling meant at first i thought it was about trump but then i saw it was about police brutality and thats something that definitely needs to be protested against its not the flag that they are protesting against its america accepting brutality and its true police need to be trained better in this country and even others. Why the heck are people mad about standing up against this??? I was so confused about this whole tthing im glad i know now but its weird cause most people were saying that it was wrong to take a knee and they were mostly democrate. However it was in my highschool so the kids probably didnt even know what the reason was and thought it cause of their parents. From my understanding this isnt politics at all its just standing up for rights not democracy or republican at all but maybe someone could educate me more? It would be different if they were like stepping on the flag or some crap but the knee just means there needs to be a change not like that there needs to be disrespect on america. Idk this is a free country man and i see both sides but can we just love people and not care if they legit take a knee its not like they are setting the american flag on fire lets just let people stand for what they want to its peaceful and not violent so its fine.
It’s disrespectful asf and if you live in this country you’ll respect it. It’s more than a flag. And when they protest they only protest for black people. White people are just as if not more oppressed than blacks nowadays. Also Spanish and others are put down by others. Black people aren’t the only ones that go through things. It’s life not everyone is going to like you. Not all black people are like that but the ones you see on the news are always throwing the victim card and race card and it’s annoying and getting old.
we are not saying we are the only victims, we aren't saying we are the only ones. there are people who do pull the race card but the fact that that exist is why there is a problem. Also look at prison demographics look at the demographics of people wrongfully convicted. then look at the average pay of an average black person to an average white person, then standard of living and compare the levels of oppression. also mental health is an issue that the general black population doesn't discuss so there is no true report of it considering the lack of availability to the average black person
I would kneel down instead of standing bc I know that there is people that fought for us but there is a lot of police brutality and people don’t see that and that’s the worst part, but what if it would be different what would happen if white people would be discriminated obviously there gonna think the same as the student that’s wants to do it. And there is different ways to protest but sumtimes it doesn’t even work. It’s not the hate u give is the hate we give as its says in the movie “The Hate U Give” 🤦🏽♀️🤷🏽♀️😭
I’m not American but it is clear to me. Simple civil treatment, that’s all peoples of color asking for. No disrespect to soldiers because many black Americans have family fighting too, but a form of humility, ‘I kneel with my hand over my heart instead of raise my fist to fight for peace amongst us as brothers living in the same land.’
Ever since trump was elected I haven't spoken a word of the national anthem or put my hand on my heart. I won't stand for hatred and ignorance. That needs to change. I'm not one of those people that said they'd leave the country if trump was elected, I'm going to stay here help and fix this mess.
In what way is the election of Trump hatred? I wanna hear this from a real libtard as yourself. Even if you don’t like Trump as your president, you should still support the fallen and veterans that bled for you. It is actually heartbreaking to see someone as stupid as you.
Yo I get it but can we please just have content that is political free. Like we hear it everyday on the news, or just people talking in the streets. At some point we need to group together and get off sensitive subjects.
Those Kentucky people really didn't understand the reason of kneeling . He is kneeling for protest , how many times has police arrest black people for nothing . This is what black people go through and they want to change it . It is not disrespecting the flag , its protesting to have equality for black people . Not being racist but Whites don't understand , some understand some of them don't .
The fact that they are upset over kneeling for the flag even tho it opposes no disrespect towards the veterans that have died for the country more then the actual reason why they kneel down says a lot about the state of America
I grew up when they still let us stand for the flag in school. I believe in peaceful protest but I don't think it's appropriate to do it during the U.S anthem. It just confuses me I guess. Where do I sepearte support for my American culture and my African culture?
not only did they die for our country they died for a person's right to protest injustices. There is not a protest of the flag not a protest of our military, but a protest of social injustices committed everyday
kids are being shot in the streets of their community and in their schools. they are supposed to feel safe in these environments but they’re not. i am so disappointed that people are more worked up over a fuckin flag being put to the side than the police brutality happening across the country
the Anthem proclaims """with liberty and justice for all???'' its a baldfaced lie...……... innocent blk ppl getting stopped shot and killed at stoplight in thier car,while doing no harm to anyone ...…. going to blk females homes+ killing them while they hold their kids in their arms.... over traffic tickets???? ……. yet no one is arrested or jailed for these heartless senseless and "alledgedly'' brainless' murders carried out by the FOP..…….weres the JUstice in that??? ….thats why we kneel
I can't be the only conservative here. The national anthem does not represent racism. It represents the lives lost for our country. You have the right to kneel for the anthem but at the same time, he has the right to not let you play.
Man... the US is twisted! There are kids being killed just because their skin colour, religion or race is ‘different’. Why. Just... why. Racism isn’t right. I have never been ridiculed because I’m ‘different’. I will not rest until at least one person has been stood up for. I will *never* understand those who make fun of those who are ‘different’
+Nia Shaw I get what you're saying but he is not tying to disrespect anyone and truth be told how can you respect anything that doesn't respect you back. we aren't saying we don't love our country we just want to be treated better, treated equal. We are tired of being feared and seen as a threat we just want to be happy man. It's hard to do that when you see someone who looks like you shot in the back laying on the ground , shot in the back walking away from a policemen, or have to give your kids a procedure on how to deal with the police in a given situation. I'm in no way saying there aren't people who do pose a threat I'm just saying that in general we shouldn't be approached with more caution than a white person.
+Jadon Wooten ik that slaves an people like that were brought here and it was founded by native Americans .... But I wasn't saying black or purple or yellow people what I'm saying is anyone if your white and is respect the country it's the same if your black purple or yellow I would still treat you the same
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