As the NFL 2012 season comes to a close I cant help but think that a Conspiracy against Tim Tebow and his Christian way of life is unfolding in front of our eyes. Tim Tebow – A devout Christian who gives praise to Jesus Christ in public frequently. He’s also a Heisman trophy winner and collegiate national football champion. Could it be that the NFL is run by a Zionist Jew who hates Christians that is behind the railroading of Tim Tebow? Steve Bornstein – Jewish President and CEO of NFL Networks (owned and operated by the NFL)
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he control of the opinion-molding media is nearly monolithic. All of the controlled media — television, radio, newspapers, magazines, books, motion pictures speak with a single voice, each reinforcing the other. Despite the appearance of variety, there is no real dissent, no alternative source of facts or ideas accessible to the great mass of people which might allow them to form opinions at odds with those of the media masters. They are presented with a single view of the world — a world in which every voice proclaims the equality of the races, the inerrant nature of the Jewish “Holocaust” tale, the wickedness of attempting to halt a flood of non-White aliens from pouring across our borders, the danger of permitting citizens to keep and bear arms, the moral equivalence of all sexual orientations, and the desirability of a “pluralistic,” cosmopolitan society rather than a homogeneous one. It is a view of the world designed by the media masters to suit their own ends — and the pressure to conform to that view is overwhelming. People adapt their opinions to it, vote in accord with it, and shape their lives to fit it.
ABC’s cable subsidiary, ESPN, is headed by president and NFL,CEO Steven Bornstein, who is a Jew. The corporation also has a controlling share of Lifetime Television and the Arts & Entertainment Network cable companies. ABC Radio Network owns 11 AM and ten FM stations, again in major cities such as New York, Washington, and Los Angeles, and has over 3,400 affiliates.
I think that the NFL doesnt want another Kurt Warner type of player in the NFL who would shine a light on the Christian faith. Resently Kurt Warner was a dancer seen on Dancing With The Stars, but Apparently Warner, was the last athlete remaining on the show, was voted off on Tuesday, leaving just four groups left for the semifinal. A few days later he’s making it clear that it wasn’t his time to go, but that he understands what happened because it’s TV and sometimes the best dancers don’t always stay. But he didn’t shy away from those who say it was a conspiracy that he didn’t move on.
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Rabbi Joshua Hammerman issued the apology to theDenver Broncos quarterback after his column briefly appeared on the website of The Jewish Week on Wednesday. Editors deleted the column shortly after it was posted, acknowledging the work was “more inciting than insightful.”
Hammerman’s column had noted that the beliefs of Tebow, an Evangelical Christian, have become part of the national conversation as the quarterback has led his team to seven wins in eight games heading into an anticipated NFL matchup Sunday with the New England Patriots.
“When you combine the religion that is football with the religion that is religion, the mix can be dangerously flammable,” Hammerman wrote. “The NFL ratings rise has been fueled in part by Tebow’s legions of faithful followers, as well as by those simply curious to see how this implausible morality tale plays out.”
Hammerman’s vision for what might happen should the Broncos roll to a victory in Super Bowl XLVI, included speculation Tebow’s “emboldened faithful can do insane things, like burning mosques, bashing gays and indiscriminately banishing immigrants. While America has become more inclusive since Jerry Falwell’s first political forays, a Tebow triumph could set those efforts back considerably.”
That proved too much for editors at The Jewish Week, an independent publication in the New York City area.
“The column, in fact, violated our own standards calling for civility in posting comments on our website,” their apology said, noting that its policy is clear that “name-calling in any form will not be tolerated, and comments that denigrate any religion or Jewish religious stream will always be rejected.”
Said Hammerman: ” I realize the way in which I attempted to make my points was clumsy and inappropriate, calling to mind the kind of intolerance and extremism my article was intended to disparage. I sincerely apologize to Mr. Tebow, his family, the Broncos and Patriots and all those whom I may have offended.”
I feel its also a conspiracy to make Tim Tebow the scapegoat for everything that has gone wrong in the Jets’ this season. Maybe somewhere between the two lies the truth about whether Tebow opted out of the Wildcat offense for the game against the Chargers.
Tebow was emphatic he never asked out of the Wildcat offense during his “man-to-man conversation” with Jets coach Rex Ryan on Dec. 18. Yes, he expressed his frustration at being passed over in favor of Greg McElroy to replace Mark Sanchez as the starting quarterback for Sunday’s 27-17 loss to the Chargers. Yes, he complained about his utilization in the Wildcat, mainly the preponderance of running plays up the middle. Yes, he asked for the opportunity to play a conventional quarterback role.
But at no time, Tebow says, did he tell Ryan he no longer wanted to be part of the Wildcat package, reported and taken as truth through Twitter and various media outlets.
“I never said ‘Hey, I don’t want to do anything or I won’t do anything,’ ” Tebow said. “That wasn’t the talk at all.”
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I’ve watched every Denver Broncos game this year, and I can say with 100% certainty that head coach John Fox is deliberately trying to lose the football games. 85% of his offensive plays are dive runs up the middle, and 75% of his offensive formations have 1 wide receiver. This is a blatant attempt to discredit Tim Tebow and set him up for failure. Most recently in the game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Coach Fox wasted a slew of critical time outs in the 2nd half when not necessary. When the Broncos were on a Tebow winning streak you could tell Coach Fox was not happy, and even attempted to “cover his ass” in the eyes of his master with statements such as “Hey, I don’t know what’s going on.”
Despite what’s probably the worst play calling in NFL history, Tim Tebow and the Broncos have managed to miraculously win their division, in large part due to 5 or 6 amazing 4th quarter comeback wins, and so therefore they are advancing to the Playoffs. The Denver Broncos will host the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday, January 8th in the first round of the playoffs.
I believe Coach John Fox has either been threatened, bribed, and/or both, and I believe it’s because of this [msn.foxsports.com]
Steve Bornstein – Jewish President and CEO of NFL Networks (owned and operated by the NFL)
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