Monday, July 2, 2012

"Diversity is Strength": Tell that to the Spanish national team

The big news today is Spain’s dominating victory over Italy in the finals of the European Cup.  While Spain’s triumph was noteworthy for the World Champs’ control of Sunday’s championship game, the Spanish national team is remarkable for being the only major country in Europe whose team is comprised exclusively of native ethnic Europeans. 

In their analysis, the news media are talking about the clean play, teamwork and camaraderie of the Spanish standard bearers. Any interested observer immediately noticed that the Spaniards played the tournament apparently without a marquee star—team captain and goalie Iker Casillas, not withstanding. And they really did play selflessly as a team.

The question I have is how long before the media get around to talking about the implications of all this for society at large?  I don’t mean the relative advantages Europeans might have over Africans in this particular sport.

Let’s think about and talk about soccer as a microcosm of society at large. That doesn’t seem to be a stretch and it’s something that is discussed when it appears to promote the PC agenda of displacing and replacing White European society.  Last year, the Financial Times accidentally got around to talking about the reality behind the “diversity is our strength” mantra as it relates to the French national team.

I won’t hold my breath for the mainstream media to talk about the advantages of a homogeneous soccer team, much less those of a homogeneous society—at least for Europe, North America and Australia.  Keep in mind all the time, energy and money behind the “ant-racist” indoctrination to which UEFA subjected us soccer fans again this year.