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Mark Dankof on Major League Baseball, Georgia SB 202, GloboHomo, and the New World Order
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For Immediate Release:
Dateline: San Antonio, TX
Tuesday, April 6, 2021


Mark Dankof was a source quoted in Ekaterina Blinova’s April 5th, 2021 story for Sputnik International entitled, “How Multinational Corporations’ Onslaught on Georgia Over Election Law Can Harm American Democracy.”

(Full Text of Mark Dankof’s observations below??)

The decision on the part of Major League Baseball to pull its All Star Game from Atlanta is a reprehensible and regrettable one. 

I have not read all 98 pages of Georgia State Law SB 202. The summaries I have read seem to be a simple attempt to insure that obvious and serious voting irregularities in the 2020 Presidential Election in urban areas in key battleground states are preempted by a law that insures that mail-in ballot fraud and unsecured drop boxes are not utilized in 2024, and that valid picture IDs of registered voters are required. The claim of Major League Baseball that this is an inherently racist proposal that denies people of color the right to exercise their voting franchise, fits in entirely with Major League Baseball’s ideological merger of Multinational Corporate Capitalism with Cultural Marxism among the vast majority of professional sports owners, both in baseball and in the other major sports, including the NBA, the NFL, and the NHL. This is a worldview that ignores political truths that do not fit the PC agenda of these professional sports owners, their pundits, the Mainstream Media generally, and the moguls of the social media monoliths.

The stated Marxist and LGBTQ agenda of Black Lives Matter is but one being foisted upon the American public via professional sports PC. Any serious suggestion of an examination of the real statistical truths surrounding racial violence in the United States is not tolerated. Major League Baseball has no problem whatsoever with the 62 million deaths of unborn children in this country since 1973. I have yet to hear any of these people question an American foreign policy aimed at the wholesale destruction of Palestinians, Yemenis, Serbians, Iranians, Libyans, Syrians, Iraqis, and Afghanis, or the aggressive character of American and NATO policies in Russia and Ukraine. Why?

Neither have I heard any serious discussion about the inherent sickness of a society that promotes the obscene levels of financial profit for owners and players either in baseball or the other professional sports. Neither is there any consideration for, or discussion of, the economic injury being done to the average people of Atlanta, including the working class vendors of food and sports merchandise who depend on such events to survive. These folks are overwhelmingly Democratic voters. Many are people of color. What happens to them?

I am just old enough at 65 to remember when professional baseball and professional sports generally brought people together in America. At age 5, my Dad took me to old Griffith Stadium in Washington to see Harmon Killebrew and the old Washington Senators face off against the New York Yankees of Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, and Whitey Ford.

Later that year, we moved to McClellan AFB in Sacramento, where I lived and died with the San Francisco Giants of 1961-63, including the 1962 team that overcame the Dodgers on the last day of the season, won a dramatic 3 game National League playoff, and took the Yankees to the last out of the last inning of a deciding Game 7 of the World Series in San Francisco’s Candlestick Park, when the late Willie McCovey’s line drive was caught by Bobby Richardson of the Yankees with the tying and winning runs at second and third base. (Go back in time here , here , and here.)

Your San Francisco Giants in 2021

Today, I would not attend a Giants game, or wear a cap with their logo. I want nothing to do with them, Major League Baseball, or any other professional sport. Why? Because the organization has chosen to make LGBTQ, BLM, and related issues a packaged dogma of adherence and faith for their fans and organizational staff members. Count me out. 

This is a perversion of the use of Major League Baseball and professional sports in this country. It is a threat to freedom of speech, freedom of thought, and what was once an understanding that Americans of seriously divergent political, cultural, and spiritual views and values  left these things to be debated in the political arena and decided at the ballot box, or discussed among family members and friends in a spirit of civility. That America is long gone.

A sad truth must be faced: The United States is a 21st century repristination of the Ancient Roman Empire: Tyrannical central government, antipathy to Christianity, an obsession with violent spectator sports, saturated with sexual perversion and decadence, an overextended military presence in other countries, and an ideology of Empire rooted in wealth, power, and smug ruthlessness. It is evil personified. The American Presidency since 1992 would fit Nero or Domitian quite satisfactorily.

The final problem is most definitive: The people who back and support the subversion of Russia and its renaissance of Russian Orthodox Christianity in Russia with Pussy Riot and LGBTQ are the same people behind what has happened in the United States politically and culturally in my lifetime.

Joe Biden identified and applauded them on the day of the Obergefell SCOTUS decision on June 26th, 2015. It’s enough to make me wonder why George Soros has not yet bought into the MLB, the NFL, the NBA, or the NHL.  One assumes that Mr. Soros is fully satisfied that these leagues and ESPN are fully and irrevocably in the hands of the New World Order. ??????

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