Over Last Twenty Years, Commissioner Has Transformed Game Into $6 Billion-a-Year Industry, Promoted Diversity
In 1920, Henry Ford wrote “if fans wish to know the trouble with American baseball they have it in three words… too much Jew…”
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig continues the Jewish influence on the American pastime.
Selig is widely known as “the steroids commissioner” due to the performance enhancing drugs scandal throughout his tenure.
Former MLB commissioner Fay Vincent also accused Selig and Jerry Reinsdorf (another Jew) of rigging the free agency process to control which teams receive the best players.
More importantly, Bud Selig is also known for his crackdown on “racism” in baseball.
Here are some highlights:
In 1992, Selig gave former Cincinnati Reds owner Marge Schott a one year suspension for “racially insensitive remarks”. Schott had called several of her players “million dollar niggers”. On another occasion, she claimed “sneaky goddamn Jews are all alike.” Schott kept a Nazi swastika armband at her house and claimed Adolf Hitler “was initially good but went too far”.
In 1997, Selig retired Jackie Robinson’s #42 jersey number for every team in the entire league. Robinson was the first black player in Major League Baseball back in 1947. Selig has promoted the legacy of Robinson and turned him into an American cultural icon.
In 2000, Selig gave former Atlanta Braves closer John Rocker a 28 game suspension for “racially insensitive remarks”. In a Sports Illustrated interview, Rocker called one of his black teammates a “fat monkey”. Rocker also blasted foreigners and claimed “you can walk an entire block in Times Square and not hear anybody speaking English. Asians and Koreans and Vietnamese and Indians and Russians and Spanish people and everything up there. How the hell did they get in this country?” He also said he felt uncomfortable sitting next to “some queer with AIDS”.
In 2005, Selig fined former Chicago White Sox (current Miami Marlins) manager Ozzie Guillen for calling reporter Jay Mariotti a “fag”. Selig also forced Guillen to take sensitivity training.
In 2007, Selig started the Civil Rights Game which is played every year to honor black history in America.
In 2010 however, black baseball player Torii Hunter was NOT suspended after he made “racially insensitive” remarks. Hunter, an outfielder with the Los Angeles Angels, claimed “people see dark faces out there, and the perception is that they’re African-American. They’re not us. They’re impostors. Even people I know come up and say: ‘Hey, what color is Vladimir Guerrero? Is he a black player?’ I say, ‘Come on, he’s Dominican. He’s not black.’ … As African-American players, we have a theory that baseball can go get an imitator and pass them off as us.”
In fact, Selig actually agreed with Hunter and came out in support of him. In an interview with ESPN, Selig claimed “somewhere we lost a generation or two of African-Americans. I don’t know why that happened, but we are coming back. You look at Ryan Howard, Prince Fielder, Jason Heyward, a lot of young African-American stars. We’ve got to continue to do better, and we will.” Selig supports Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities, an MLB funded organization to promote baseball to black kids
In 2011, Selig forced Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt to sell his team. McCourt, an Irish Catholic, was in the middle of a costly divorce with his Jewish wife, Jamie. (Imagine that…) McCourt negotiated a 17 year television deal with Fox Sports worth $3 billion dollars to avoid bankruptcy. The television contract needed Selig’s approval as commissioner though and he refused to sign off on the deal. Selig forced McCourt to sell the Dodgers and they were eventually bought by Guggenheim Partners (a Jewish owned corporation).
Bud Selig has gradually transformed Major League Baseball into a $6 billion a year industry. Other Jews have also jumped on the money train.
Ten Major League Baseball teams are currently owned by Jews:
Chicago White Sox: Jerry Reinsdorf
Los Angeles Dodgers: Guggenheim Partners
Miami Marlins: Jeffrey Loria
Milwaukee Brewers: Mark Attansio
New York Mets: Fred Wilpon
New York Yankees: Hal Steinbrenner
Oakland Atheltics: Lewis Wolff
Tampa Bay Rays: Stuart Sternberg
Texas Rangers: Chuck Greenberg
Washington Nationals: Ted Lerner
Most recently, Selig did not suspend Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun (another Jew) after he tested positive for performance enhancing drugs.
Jews have not only turned baseball into a lucrative business but use it to promote diversity.
Don’t get me wrong, I am not telling everyone to stop following baseball. I personally enjoy the game and will continue to watch it.
However, people should remember who they are supporting when they buy expensive tickets and merchandise…
This article is part nine of “The Jews Behind Modern Culture” series:
Introduction: JnJ Presents “The Jews Behind Modern Culture”
Sigmund Freud: The Jew Behind The Sexual Revolution
Karl Marx: The Jew Behind Communism
Betty Friedan: The Jew Behind Feminism
Albert Einstein: The Jew Behind Modern Science
George Soros: The Jew Behind The Democratic Party
William Kristol: The Jew Behind The Neocons
Lou Pearlman: The Jew Behind The Boybands
David Stern: The Jew That Runs Basketball
Bud Selig: The Jew That Runs Baseball
Mark Zuckerberg: The Jew Behind Facebook
Ben Bernanke: The Jew Behind The Federal Reserve
Ray Kurzweil: The Jew Behind Transhumanism