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COLIN KAEPERNICK BECAME AN ISLAMO-COMMUNIST SELL-OUT

Updated: Jul 6





The following is an exclusive excerpt from War from Wuhan: Trump's Coronavirus War and Other Epic Battles. Colin can't make the roster of an NFL team, but he made the Communist Blacklist that concludes the book.

Kaepernick is a wooden-headed puppet controlled by his girlfriend and her Islamo-Communist jihadi buddies, most likely the highly politicized and powerful Muslim Brotherhood of the Democratic party. The jihadis are behind Kaepernick much like an Ilhan Omar or a Keith Ellison, or an Amy Klobuchar.


Muslim Nessa Diab is Colin Kaepernick's fake busty and thinks-she's-sexy girlfriend of MTV fame. She is an American-born Muslim and her parents are Egyptian. Her Islamic faith is as phony as her boobs, she wears high heels, sexy dresses, and no hijab.


On Twitter she posted a photo comparing Steve Bisciotti, the Baltimore Ravens owner, to a slave owner after he refused to sign her partner in treason.


Her post reflects the standardized race-baiting for the Communist Left, always working to "spread" racial divides further. Being an activist in Black Lives Matter, responsible for killing policemen, should give you another hint of where she is coming from.

Malcolm X's Black Separatism and Black-on-White War and the Communism of Cuba are two of her ideological mainstays. According to Nessa, racist Fidel Castro, who imprisoned and tortured thousands, was a great leader. Cuban leadership was well-known for discrimination against the dark-skinned Cubans.

Nessa seduced anti-American sell-out Kaepernick into converting to Islam as an example for our youth of today. Colin Kaepernick's sex-pot Muslim girlfriend NessaDiab was most likely brought in her Islamic brothers to foster the decision to not stand during the national anthem as a way to incite a race war in sports. It worked, recruiting other Communists like Lebron James. Perhaps the Communist Chinese put up some of the money, since they produce many of the Nike shoes Kaepernick and Lebron promote.


Colin Kaepernick's disrespectful national anthem protests before football games were allegedly to bring focus to racial inequality and police brutality as inspired by the Communist Black Lives Matter movement funded by George Soros.

The Black Lives Matter movement was based on three Black youth killed by police or security officers--all of whom were acquitted of any crime by a jury. The Black Lives Matter movement was part of the larger Obama Deep State and Communist plot to further racial divides and discontent to gain the support of minority voters for the 2016 election.



Read Traitor's Legacy for the full story on the Deep State agenda to try to increase racial tension across America.



In January of 2020, Colin Kaepernick, a spokesman for Islamo-Communists, accused America of being the terrorists when the Trump administration killed Iranian General Qasem Soleimani with a precision drone strike. This is classic dialectical materialism, where the Communists reverse the facts to accuse their victims of wrongdoing. Kaepernick is earning his paycheck by saying what the Communists want him to say to try and tear down American society by sowing dissent.

Another Communist standard technique is accusations of racism, first instigated in America with the Scottsboro Boys back in the 1920s. Communists seek to widen racial divides to recruit minorities to overthrow any Whites in power when the Communist leaders are often White themselves.

With a pair of tweets, Kaepernick said the United States was terrorizing black and brown as they plundered the non-white world through imperialism. Kaepernick is calling the United States racist for killing non-whites. Perhaps the fact that they had guns and bombs and were trying to kill Americans was more significant than their skin color.

General Soleimani had killed 600 Americans and millions of Iraqis over his career.

Kaepernick gets money from Nike which makes its shoes mostly in Communist China. The real injustice here is the slave-type of labor used to make Nike shoes in China. Kaepernick ignores that to call Americans terrorists and racists.

Kaepernick had also played the race card regarding, of all things, the Betsy Ross 13 star flag as a symbol on a new Nike shoe, claiming the flag was associated with the institution of slavery. The Betsy Ross’ flag with a symbol of the Thirteen colonies under attack by the British during the American Revolutionary War from 1775 to 1783.

A circle of stars implied that the colonies would be treated equally, It is reported that George Washington said that the 13 stars arranged in a circle represent a new constellation in the heavens.


There was slavery at the time of the American Revolution. As a one-half white, one-half black man who thinks he is the epitome of American blackness for attention and personal gain, Kaepernick should, if he were in his right mind, actually be supportive of the 13 Star flag and Betsy Ross. The American Revolution, for which the flag was a symbol, led to the passing of the Act for the Gradual Abolition of Slavery in 1780 over 30 years.

Due to the efforts of the Southern Democrats who all the vast majority of slaves, slavery would not be officially abolished until 1865 at the end of the Civil War because of Lincoln and the Republicans. Approximately 5,000-8,000 black American slaves fought against America for the British Tories for the promise of freedom and, after losing the war, were shipped to other countries such as Jamaica to make rum for rich plantation owners.

The British were longtime slave owners starting well over 1000 years ago and had slaves and from Africa and India. By far the dominant race or culture in the slave game were the Arabs, today's Democratic party supporters, who began slavery approximately 1,400 years ago and continue today. Both the British and the Arabs were instrumental in the Atlantic slave trade that brought black slaves to America.

Instead of blindly striking out at anything American as he has been brainwashed to do by the Democratic Communist Party, Kaepernick should brain-up and read a little American history about the Democrats and the Arabic “brown-people” who dominated the Black slave trade.

Kaepernick is being paid handsomely to promote the

Islamo-Communist agenda through accusations of racism and terrorism. Since Kaepernick is supporting Communist policies and tactics against America, he is an acting Communist and deserves his place on the Communist Blacklist.






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