29 March, 2007

Jew-Truthing From Ex-NBA Coon Michael Ray Richardson

Posted by alex in Alex Linder, free-speech martyrs, sports at 5:33 pm | Permanent Link

Nigger calls jews crafty and hated. Sports hens cluck that never should anyone say anything offensive, at least if it’s directed against Semitically protected classes such as jews and homos and coloreds. As we’ve pointed out before, one of the things that makes niggers imperfect from the jewish standpoint is that their lower IQ makes it inevitable that from time to time one of the simians will blurt what’s supposed to be known but never spoken. Socially uninept people will know that, yes, jews control damn near everything, but we must never, ever mention that fact, but because if we did, people might start asking questions. Might inflame the desire to change the status quo, and that is something the Jewish Tyranny definitely does not want.

America is run according to what is good for jews. That is why we have the Iraq invasion abroad, the Mexican invasion at home, and endless subsidies for blacks, and endless tv fagitprop combined with demonization of ordinary white husbands.

Micheal Ray Richardson suspended by CBA for anti-Semitic comments
Wednesday, March 28, 2007 8:28 PM CDT

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By The Associated Press

ALBANY, N.Y. | Former NBA player Micheal Ray Richardson was suspended by the Continental Basketball Association on Wednesday for anti-Semitic comments the Albany Patroons’ coach made in a newspaper interview.

Richardson will miss the rest of the CBA’s best-of-five championship series after he told the Albany Times-Union that he had “big-time Jew lawyers” working for him.

“They got a lot of power in this world, you know what I mean? Which I think is great,” Richardson told the Times-Union. “I don’t think there’s nothing wrong with it. If you look in most professional sports, they’re run by Jewish people. If you look at a lot of most successful corporations and stuff, more businesses, they’re run by Jewish. It’s not a knock, but they are some crafty people.”

The paper also reported that Richardson yelled at a heckler, using profanity and a gay slur, at Tuesday’s Game 1 of the championship series against Yakima. Albany lost the first game at home. Game 2 was Wednesday night.

Patroons owner Ben Fernandez denounced Richardson’s comments. During his suspension, the league is investigating the allegations against Richardson.

“We will not tolerate — and the league will not tolerate — bigots,” Fernandez said.

Richardson will not be allowed to watch the team practice or be present at any of the games.

“It’s terrible and I don’t think it’s fair,” Richardson said. “But I want to make an apology if I offended anyone because that’s not me.”

Assistant Coach Derrick Rowland took over in Richardson’s absence.

The Patroons apologized to the public in a release issued Wednesday.

“The Albany Patroons’ organization sincerely apologizes to any individuals or ethnic groups that these alleged statements may have offended.”

Richardson was the fourth overall pick in the 1978 draft. He joined the NBA out of Montana and played eight seasons with the New York Knicks, Golden State Warriors and New Jersey Nets.


Micheal Ray Richardson Acknowledges the Craftiness of David Stern

It wasn’t marked on my calendar, but apparently Tuesday was “Michael Ray Richardson Offends Everyone Day.” The former NBA All-Star who was banned from the Association for life for three drug offenses, is coaching his Albany Patroons (I don’t know what that means) in the CBA playoffs.But before and during Tuesday’s game against the Yakima Sun-Kings, Richardson decided to air some thoughts on Jews and homosexuals. Consider yourselves lucky, Asians and little people. You were spared. This time. Let’s start with the homosexuals. From ESPN.com news services:

According to the Times Union, Richardson told a fan who heckled him early in Tuesday’s game, “Shut the [expletive] up.” And near game’s end, he shouted at another heckler, “Shut the [expletive] up, you [derogatory term for gay men].”

Any guesses on that one? I’m thinking it rhymes with “shag it,” and is one of Tim Hardaway’s favorite words.

And, as promised, let’s not forget the Jews. Richardson was discussing a contract that was offered to him by the team with a couple of reporters (the CBA has reporters?) in his office.

“I’ve got big-time lawyers,” Richardson said, according to the Times Union. “I’ve got big-time Jew lawyers.”

When told by the reporters that the comment could be offensive to people because it plays to the stereotype that Jews are crafty and shrewd, he responded with, “Are you kidding me? They are. They’ve got the best security system in the world. Have you ever been to an airport in Tel Aviv? They’re real crafty. Listen, they are hated all over the world, so they’ve got to be crafty.”

He didn’t stop there. There’s another whole paragraph about the craftiness of the Jew. In fact, one of the most amazing things about this is how, just like Dan Le Batard did in the Tim Hardaway situation, a reporter tried to a throw Richardson a life preserver, and he just shoved it away.

Here’s a tip, pro athletes, retired athletes, and banned-for-life coaches: When a reporter says something to you like, “Hey, you know that might be offensive,” it’s probably in your best interest to just stop talking for a while. Sit the next few plays out.


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  7. 3 Responses to “Jew-Truthing From Ex-NBA Coon Michael Ray Richardson”

    1. Smith Says:

      Yes SIR

    2. Reck Less Abandon Says:

      Another cunt grovels…..

    3. alex Says:

      Quote-tastic Extra: Richardson’s mouth can be more than just offensive; it can be downright funny. My favorite Michael Ray quote is widely known as the “ship be sinking” quote. He said it near the end of this career to describe the Knicks’ general state of being. It went like this:

      Reporter: What do you think is happening to the team?

      Richardson: The ship be sinking.

      Reporter: How far can it sink?

      Richardson: Sky’s the limit.

      And that, my friends, is comedy gold.