Uncle Turtleboy Annihilated Felger And Mazz Today For Joining The SJW Change Yawkey Way Mob Because Felger Avoids Black People Like The Plague
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Earlier today we blogged about the blatant hypocrisy of John Henry trying to change the name of Yawkey Way because the fact that Tom Yawkey was racist and refused to integrate the Red Sox “haunted him.” Especially since both the Fenway Sports Group and Fenway Sports Marketing don’t seem to employ many black people:
But remember, the Red Sox goal is to be a “multi-cultural” organization:
“But for me, personally, the street name has always been a consistent reminder that it is our job to ensure the Red Sox are not just multi-cultural, but stand for as many of the right things in our community as we can — particularly in our African-American community and in the Dominican community that has embraced us so fully.
For the record, I’m really not even that passionate about this issue. I just can’t stand these self-righteous white people who think they’re throwing people of color a bone by changing a street name or tearing down a statue. Changing street names fixes nothing. No one’s opinion about Boston being a racist city will change because you changed a street name. Black people will not feel more comfortable in Boston because you changed a street name.
More importantly, where does it end? We change the name to Big Papi Boulevard, and then 50 years from now the SJWs of the future decide that Papi swore in front of children and they need to change the name again. Tom Yawkey might’ve been a shitty individual but he owned the team for 43 years. When you do that you get a street named after you. End of discussion.
There is an actual legitimate reason to change the name that SJWs aren’t bringing up though. Turns out the Red Sox clubhouse manager in the 60’s and 70’s named Donald Fitzpatrick diddled a bunch of bat boys. Yawkey may have had knowledge of it and allowed him to stay on staff. If he did then he’s just as bad as Joe Paterno and they should absolutely change the name. Because protecting a child diddler is a million times worse than being racist in an era where being racist really wasn’t frowned upon. But I’m not hearing that from SJWs because on their list of priorities eradicating racism is more important than protecting children from sexual abuse.
Anyway, Felger and Mazz took the predictable, gutless route today and said they think the street name should be changed. Because that will fix everything. And let me be clear – being pro-change the name is the easy way out. Social justice warriors always act like they’re the brave ones. They’re not. It’s brave to stand up to them. It’s easy to jump in a crowd and call other people racist.
So Uncle Turtleboy called them up to call them out on being frauds, but since Jimmy Stewart won’t let us on that show anymore, we had to use the “Brett from Worcester” nom de plume. Audio begins at the 27:30 mark:
They know that Tom Yawkey was a product of their time, and their entire argument was basically, “Yea, but even other racist people thought he was too racist.” Because apparently there’s a racism scale. And people who registered as a 8 on the racism scale rated Tom Yawkey a 12. He said the n word, like, way more than they did. Tony Mazz found an article on Internet somewhere, after looking for something that fit his SJW agenda. I’ve scoured the World Wide Internets looking for any article that suggests that Yawkey was more racist than his counterpart racists in the 40’s and 50’s. Can’t find anything. But Mazz said he read an article so it must be true. This is how dumb these two are.
Keep in mind, Mike Felger lives in Wellesley and vacations on Nantucket. This guy sums it up best:
The people who call for diversity the loudest are ALWAYS the ones who have spent their entire loves running away from diversity.
Of course Felger didn’t wanna talk about the fact that Red Sox ownerships is blatantly hypocritical to push for a street change name because according to him this is a “Whataboutism.” This is the new SJW buzzword. Like when you point out that Nazis are bad, but so are Antifa, this is also a “Whataboutism.” Because you have to sit there and be told that only some people are shitty. Pointing out that the people calling you shitty are also shitty makes you a shitty person. #SJWLogic
He also said this:
“Those are right wingers that are resentful of the fact that the PC crowd might win one here.”
“Right wingers.” LOL. This is what they always do. They try to label you. Anyone who follows Turtleboy knows damn well that we fire shots at both sides. Triggered right wingers gave their “I’m hitting the unlike button” speeches in record numbers last week after our blogs on Charlottesville. We generally just call out hypocrites and frauds. We shit on turtle riders. We shit on everyone. But because you’re resisting this sudden surge to join a mob and tear down statues you’re a “right winger.”
This is why Felger is permanently banned from Worcester.
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