Jim Brown Gives 'Real Deal' On Colin Kaepernick, Flag And Activism

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  • Published on Aug 24, 2017
  • Football Hall of Famer and social icon speaks from the heart about where he agrees and disagrees with former 49ers quarterback.
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  • Vance L. Gilmore
    Vance L. Gilmore 6 months ago

    I have a deep respect and admiration for Jim Brown. I didn't even know about him before. I agree with eveything I heard him say in this video.

  • soulcrusher0357
    soulcrusher0357 10 months ago

    Intelligent manner

  • K Adams
    K Adams 10 months ago

    People just don't get it Jim Brown whole tone has done a 360 from what he preached against, the real issue is Colin didn't seek Jim council and he felt some sort of way and that's a fact

  • Tom Goffnett
    Tom Goffnett Year ago

    Jim Brown is 82 years old and grew up without the internet. I appreciate him and I respect my elders. BUT, he has no idea what he would have done if he were 20 years old today. He might not have ever been involved in sports. He might have watched a few thousand videos of police brutality and done something completely different. It doesn't take much time or effort to find a tremendous amount of injustice. If he were 20 today and was in the NFL I believe it is safe to say he would be taking a knee and leading the charge.

  • Professor MiJ Wong

    Kaep ain't no activist. That fool just picked this B.S. cause he's pissed that no team wants him because he basically sucks. Oh so now it's racist aye? GTFO

  • Terry Knight
    Terry Knight Year ago

    Much much much love to the legendary Jim Brown, but with all due respect to him, HE was a football player and an activist. Plus what he said about Colin Kaepernick contradicts what he said in his interview with Graham Bensinger, and what he said in the Graham Bensinger interview is why Colin Kaepernick took a knee in the first place.

  • Destiny Perez
    Destiny Perez Year ago

    Is it just me or no one has called him out for his opinion, I guess they know they can't win against A REAL ACTIVIST!!!!

  • kamilhameed
    kamilhameed Year ago

    Much respect for jim but. Got to disagree with some of what he told though.

  • buckfan1969
    buckfan1969 Year ago

    Scrolled through a lot of comments, and once again if you don't embrace the group-think mentality, you're somehow a traitor to your race. This man was fighting for equal rights before most of you fuckers were born. He spent 30 years working with the gangs in LA and saved many gang members from death or prison. And now, since he doesn't drink the Kool-Aid on a professional football player with his bogus protest you call him vile names. Let me tell you something; as long as you insist on everyone thinking exactly the same thing, you're not going to get anywhere! All you'll do is alienate those who might have been inclined to help. You will never attain your goals this way. Listen to the man. He's been there.

  • The One and Only
    The One and Only Year ago

    Jim Mutha F-ing Brown is a LEGEND!

  • Joe Simon
    Joe Simon Year ago

    I'm surprised Jim Brown has bought into that lame ruse that this is about the flag. He usually speaks more intelligently. Getting old I guess.

  • el-sig
    el-sig Year ago

    Does Jim Brown know that there is a largely unkown 3rd stanza or the national anthem that celebrates slavery and opression?! GO LOOK IT UP!

  • Andres Reyes
    Andres Reyes Year ago

    For you all activism in America I got a Question in the 8 yrs of Obama rule how come no one protested again Black equality in America can some one answer me that I don't buy that !

  • grabir01
    grabir01 2 years ago

    Jim is not involved nor interested in divide and conquer ideology. Jim does not see that is what is now going on in the NFL. NFL has become a tool for the Political Globalists. NFL Football used to be a place where we could go to escape politics . Tim Tebow was eventually let go for taking knees during game play to show is thanks to Christ the Lord. Christians invented the Game of Football.. When Tebow was let go, we should have all seen this coming and what the NFL had changed into. Axiomatic.

  • Your Mama
    Your Mama 2 years ago

    I am a white middle aged American. I believe there are many injustices in this world we live in. Honestly I believe we should listen to people who feel that they're being treated unfairly because of race, gender, or any reason really. I believe there are hateful people of every color. For the most part America is the land of opportunity. A hard worker can accomplish anything. Every human should have the right to say whatever it is that he feels be it hateful or not. There is no denying that some police racially profile. The police officers are only human and can make mistakes. With that said I know there are those officers out there that are racist. We need to do a better job of monitoring not only our police officers but also any elected officials. The average middle class Caucasian believes that black and white must unite. For this country to truly be the greatest country on earth we need to stand up against racism, and bullies. Everybody has the right to feel free and comfortable no matter where they are. When will we stop hating? That has got to be the first step. Stop hating your fellow man.

  • VINYLHOTEL
    VINYLHOTEL 2 years ago

    EVERY BLACK KILLED BY POLICE FROM TRAYVON MARTON TO ERIC BROWN WAS ON DRUGS FIGHTING THE POLICE COMMITING A CRIME. JAILS FULL OF BLACKS. ASIANS HOME STUDYING MATH. MEXICANS WORKING. EVERY RACE WORKING EXCEPT STUPID BLACKS. BLACKS CARJACKING, HOME BREAK IN, FIGHT OR RUN FROM POLICE. INDIAN MAN WORKING. KOREAN MAN WORKING. WHITE MAN WORKING. PAKISTANI MAN WORKING. HINDU MAN WORKING. JEWISH MAN WORKING. BLACK MAN ROBBING PIZZA GUY THEN WRITE RAP LYRIC ABOUT NARCOTICS DISTRIBUTION THEN FIGHT THE POLICE. EVERY FUCKING RACE WORKING TO GIVE BLACK MAN A FOOD STAMP. FUCK KAPERNIG A HALF BLACK MIX LIKE OBOMA EXCEPT OBAMA IS A FAG.

  • JeffGR4
    JeffGR4 2 years ago

    I agree 100% with the great Jim Brown!

  • jason!
    jason! 2 years ago

    I thought he was going to say, "Let me ask you a question. Who is Colin .... Kaepernick?" It would have been a LEGEND move

  • Steven Eischen
    Steven Eischen 2 years ago +1

    Love this. Yes, well said! Kapernick and his ilk's fake activism is simply lazy.

  • L Lyons
    L Lyons 2 years ago

    Facts! If you in it be all the way in.

  • Live Free
    Live Free 2 years ago +2

    Who's taking care of Jim in his latter years because this can't be the same Jim Brown, civil rights activist and pro football player AT THE SAME TIME. This statement contradicts all his hard work he's put in through the years of his career. Colin donates and contributes his time to many charities and youth programs. Nobody talks about that.

  • Adrian Blom
    Adrian Blom 2 years ago

    good man

  • ALEX Galarza
    ALEX Galarza 2 years ago

    THANK U. THANK YOU JIM BROWN FOR FINALLY SPEAKING THE TRUTH!!. GO AHEAD BLACK COMMUNITY I DARE Y'ALL TO CALL JIM BROWN AN UNCLE TOM

  • CrowdPleeza
    CrowdPleeza 2 years ago +1

    I wonder what Jim thought of what John Carlos and Tommie Smith did when they raised their fist during the U.S anthem at the Olympics?

    • Historymarm
      Historymarm Day ago

      CrowdPleeza They were for real...that's why they are honored...Kaepernick is a fake sellout with an agenda to lead or mislead Black youth...Jim Brown negotiated the Crips/Bloods Peace Treaty...that's real...not some dude who decides to sport an Afro because either he missed out on something or he is an infiltrator working against the community like so many others did in the past and present...if he is so poor-Black let him change his name then like many Blacks did in the 60's and 70's and get out of the White mans game....

  • Blue Moon
    Blue Moon 2 years ago +1

    The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stand in comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy. Jim Brown you no Muhammad Ali.

  • prn72271
    prn72271 2 years ago +1

    Jim Brown agreed with Kaep before, said he was in 100% agreement with him.

  • 007
    007 2 years ago

    I watched and heard reactions and saw posts before I actually heard what he said, and thought he said something outlandish. But I mean, he has a good point. NFL is commercial and there's really no point not to be like everyone else and just stand, ya know? But I also don't agree w him not being able to get picked up.. But its whatever to me I just find it interesting

  • prn72271
    prn72271 2 years ago +2

    He is not speaking truth. What rules and regulations did Kaep break? The man did not even ask for any attention. He did not ask for the spot light. Nothing unintelligent about that. this was initially about his conscience, not a big movement.
    The national anthem does not include black people, well..in any positive way. Black people could not even go certian places or vote until the 1960's, so it is an impossibility for black folks to be included in it. Jim Brown is free to honor what he wants but that is truth.
    Anyways, it is a joke. There is nothing moral or immoral about standing or sitting for a national anthem. The irony is that the right (conservatives) are so caught up in their feelings over this. Saying they are Christians while idolizing carnal earthy things. Jesus said His kingdom was not of this world, America included.

  • C Abdul Rashid
    C Abdul Rashid 2 years ago

    ......
    ......NO, JIM! "DOES COLIN WANT TO BE A FOOTBALL 'PLAYER', OR A REAL MAN?....."
    MOST FOOTBALL PLAYERS ARE THREE-FIFTHS OF A MAN; A SLAVE TO LOW DESIRES....
    THEY SERVE THE "MASTER" LIKE RACEHORSES; TRACKING DOGS; TRAINED ANIMALS!

  • Kristi w
    Kristi w 2 years ago +4

    JIM SHUT YO ASS UP U MADE NO SENSE

  • mark Johnson
    mark Johnson 2 years ago

    His wisdom is profound!!! M

  • The Engineer
    The Engineer 2 years ago +3

    Strange hearing his words. Colin isn't trying to do films or star in commercials like Brown. He is trying to make a difference. He wants to make social change. Why do we acorn a person who wants to raise awareness and make a social change. People can adapt and change.

    • Professor MiJ Wong
      Professor MiJ Wong Year ago

      Well he ain't made a difference and in fact made it worse .Brown is right. YOU CANNOT SERVE TWO MASTERS. Kaep is an Uncle Tom

  • Gentris mOORE
    Gentris mOORE 2 years ago +3

    Some sacrifices are to great to bare for the average man. Jim Brown explained he is not all that great a man to have made such a great sacrifice. and “There comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but he must take it because conscience tells him it is right.” Dr Martin Luther King

    • Gentris mOORE
      Gentris mOORE Year ago

      Amie Foerster, i'm not sure if you have the right comment for depicting my comments? But I consider a person’s action by what is on display through observable behavior. Judging a person by color is foolish to me.
      After being implied color blindness is also handicap to the socially constructed quality of life. Therefore the reality of life is incongruent to the idea of life when we think about dismissing a person’s identity (color).
      Positive direct action requires us to have a clear and open conscious, with an awareness of our social learning history.
      Innovation and civilized thought adds to the quality of life’s experiences.
      Things don’t change by standing idly by waiting for the privileged member of our society to take notice that we have some people hurt on the field.
      Jim Brown is taking a passive position, and misreading reason, and he has jumped on the idea that it was disrespecting our country, flag police and other patriotic symbols, yet, This is a “red herring, and a convenient strategy to dismiss the issue at hand.

    • Amie Foerster
      Amie Foerster Year ago

      Gentris mOORE judge a man not by the color of his skin but by the content of his character. If we all stop seeing color we can see spirit.

  • Gentris mOORE
    Gentris mOORE 2 years ago +1

    I disagree Jim Brown is not my hero Kaepernick is; Jim Brown just explained to you that he is safe to the point of being to afraid to boldly sacrifice and stand for justice, this makes Jim Brown an Idle Man. It would have been better if JB had said nothing and held his position as a passive activist. “There comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but he must take it because conscience tells him it is right.” Dr Martin Luther King

    • Gentris mOORE
      Gentris mOORE 2 years ago

      George Ybarra I am glad I caught your attention, yet you have not presented any logical argument, I don't call people derogatory names, but I must consider. Take your time.

  • Alchemist hart
    Alchemist hart 2 years ago

    28 USC 3002 is a damn corporation. Not a nation#FUCKYOFLAG MY FLAG BEEN ON THIS LAND OVER 70,000 YEARS AND I DON'T THINK JIM REALIZES THAT AT ALL

    • Gentris mOORE
      Gentris mOORE 2 years ago +2

      I respect the Flag, Yet as an American I will take a knee in protest with Colin Kaepernick, his decision was a brave and noble one. Jim Brown is not my hero, because if it was up to him he would chose to do what's safe and to become ineffective to the cause. I can't listen to a man set idly by: “There comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but he must take it because conscience tells him it is right.” Dr Martin Luther King

  • Nolan Gleason
    Nolan Gleason 2 years ago

    I like Jim Brown. You are an American!

    • Gentris mOORE
      Gentris mOORE 2 years ago

      Kaepernick is an American too, so what? and Colin is also an American activist standing for justice in the American way, bringing attention to the equal protection laws as outlined in the 14th Amendment of the Constitution. If it got your attention Noland Gleason it was a cause well orchestrated. You must be referring to the individuals in Carolina totting around anti-American Confederate Flags calling for separation on many fronts to the citizens of the Union of States. Jim Browns OK, but he is not a True American Action Hero in this book.

  • frank yoder
    frank yoder 2 years ago

    If you play on my team and take a knee for the Anthem, you'll be sitting for it the following week, cause your legs will be fucking broken.

  • kentfang
    kentfang 2 years ago +1

    Colin also called for killing cops by wearing piggy face cops socks. he follows revolutionist n socialist groups that want to destroy America. its not a simple kneel, guys. he is a traitor

  • Nazareth Caine
    Nazareth Caine 2 years ago +2

    Jim Brown need to shut his coonin azz up and go back to beating up women and throwing them off ledges!!!!!#selloutforacheck

  • Jose Chav
    Jose Chav 2 years ago +1

    Jim brown is a sellout

    • George Ybarra
      George Ybarra 2 years ago +1

      Richie Grows says the idiot who just got fired at Wal-Mart gtfoh this is for adults go play your x box and smoke that blunt

  • DropSixteenTV Tv
    DropSixteenTV Tv 2 years ago +1

    All this money Colin gave to the black community, and tours getting involved in the community, sacrificing his career for the community... For this... Man I knew Jim Brown was going down hill after his comment on Kobe. Fox loves this btw.

    • Jay Senise
      Jay Senise 2 years ago

      DropSixteenTV Tv: just my opinion, so if what you're saying is true and Kapernick did all these things (donated, paid for, enlighten) and most importantly sacrificed. Assuming he did indeed do all these things with an open mind and after the backlash started he continued to carry on his objective (which I personally believe you are correct and Kapernick did do all these things and thought that his message was bigger/more important than his bank account and football career) {my question is} why doesn't he just make a statement to the public that he did this and he's accepted his fate and he doesn't need boycotting of the NFL, doesn't want protests outside the NFL headquarters, doesn't need everyone making him look like a victim in an attempt to strong arm some football team to hire him? Don't forget, He quit his last job with SF. He was actually signed for this year but chose to hit free agency. Seems like he's happy to have everybody else fighting his battle for him. Or maybe he really doesn't care. If so, tell the people! Oh and if he was actually being "black balled" by the NFL, let me tell you something, Roger Goodell would have suspended him for 16 games without pay for conduct detrimental! He has the power and he loves to flex his suspension muscles. So case closed on black ball conspiracy theory! Mic dropped. Gnite

  • Charles Lumia
    Charles Lumia 2 years ago

    It's definitely disrespectful to sit during the national anthem. That's my opinion, obviously, but it just so happens to be the opinion of millions of Americans.
    The NFL made its decision. Collectively it chose its fans over a player. If you don't like it, don't watch. That's the same choice I would have had to make if they chose differently.

    • Charles Lumia
      Charles Lumia 2 years ago

      I see what you're saying about many people dissing the anthem. Plenty of people do it I'm sure, right there in the stadium too. It's just that the cameras aren't on them so nobody notices or cares.
      That should be considered though. Kaepernick knew, as a quarterback in the NFL, that people like him, watch him, pay attention to his actions, etc. Being in such a position you have to be more cautious I think.
      You gave a good example with the wife beating players though. They're in a similar position, people know them, watch them, etc. yet many of things that they do are seemingly ignored by many.
      Maybe the position, being in the spotlight as an NFL quarterback, plays a role in it. Greg Hardy, while a good player, wasn't nearly as well known (I can't even think of his position) on defense as he would have been if he were a quarterback, let alone a starting quarterback who played in a Superbowl.
      Going back to Michael Vick since he was a quarterback too: He obviously did terrible things to those dogs and I believe he went to prison for it. Generally he isn't well liked among the NFL fans that I know but he certainly was given a pass by the NFL and others. He played in the NFL afterward. He still has some sort of association with the NFL I believe.
      If Michael Vick gets a pass from the NFL it seems like Kaepernick should definitely get a pass from them too. I can't speak for the NFL obviously but I can speak for myself and I was completely against what Vick and Kaepernick did. Not that what they did is on the same level, just comparing them since they're quarterbacks.

    • prn72271
      prn72271 2 years ago

      Charles Lumia people usually dont pay you any mind until they are offended. Things always have to be convenient. The man did not seek any attention mind you. He was silent and obscure at first.

    • prn72271
      prn72271 2 years ago

      Charles Lumia you are reading my comment simplistically.
      Many people are dissing the anthem and there is no outcry? That is the point I am making.
      The nfl is not worried about the billions when they employ an abusive convict. Its not billions either, people around the world dont give a backside about The US anthem. This is tribalism at best.
      You can feel anyway you want (i respect that) but it is just that, a feeling. What he does, does not affect your patriotism, does it?

    • Charles Lumia
      Charles Lumia 2 years ago +1

      There are nearly half a billion football fans in the world (I guessed at that number). Over a hundred million of us for sure. It's unreasonable to lump all football together and say that they are getting beers during the anthem, etc. Most people stand towards the flag and put their hand on their hearts as they respectfully should.
      As for the Greg Hardy and conservative comments, that's obviously silly. I don't know anyone who thought that players beating their wives/girlfriends was a good thing or supported the action at all. Same with Michael Vick and the dog fighting. There was and is a lot of animosity towards all of those players from football fans.
      Back to Kaepernick specifically: I found him sitting during the national anthem to be disrespectful. Of course he has every right to do so, he was simply expressing himself. But it's offensive to many of us. It's like racist and bigoted people. Sure, of course they have every right to be racist and bigoted but that doesn't mean that we reasonable people can't call them out on their nonsense.
      Kaepernick could have expressed himself and his views in a more reasonable way if he wanted people to listen. You don't get anyone's ear by offending and insulting them.

    • prn72271
      prn72271 2 years ago

      Charles Lumia chose fans over players? These same fans who will support men who do all sort of wickedness. No national outcry from conservatives about Greg Hardy?
      It goes to show you how morally bankrupt people who claim to know God are. They put feelings and symbols over actual people.
      What I find ironic is how many servicemen and women have supported the man but yet people who are getting beers, hot dogs and chatting rubbish during the anthem (whether at home or at the game) are "outraged".
      Please.

  • ezjapanesecooking
    ezjapanesecooking 2 years ago

    I agree with him. Wise man.

  • YOUR Military Money
    YOUR Military Money 2 years ago

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  • Bruce Parkes
    Bruce Parkes 2 years ago +1

    Fuck Jim Brown." Richard Pryor. Funniest comedy line.

  • Jeff Adams
    Jeff Adams 2 years ago +5

    Colin wore a Castro shirt. Castro hated black people, so did Che. Learn your history!

    • Joel Mittelstaedt
      Joel Mittelstaedt 2 years ago

      prn72271 what is a lie?

    • Jeff Adams
      Jeff Adams 2 years ago +1

      Gentris mOORE I know it's not associated with American history, I was talking about a Cuban history.

    • Jeff Adams
      Jeff Adams 2 years ago

      Gentris mOORE I have no problem with that. He might perhaps be a good civil rights leader, but he needs to learn history.

    • Gentris mOORE
      Gentris mOORE 2 years ago

      That is not associated with American History, he can rebound on that mistake also. Kaepernick is getting signed to a civil rights team, to help focus on the Kap Movement. Next?

    • prn72271
      prn72271 2 years ago

      Jeff Adams that is lie.

  • Jeff Adams
    Jeff Adams 2 years ago +8

    Jim Brown, who was one of the largest civil rights leaders in the 60s, just told the truth.

    • Bonks the Madlad
      Bonks the Madlad Year ago

      prn72271 the flag and anthem were written with liberty, justice, and withstanding freedom for all, just because a particular bunch of assholes (every country has assholes) pushed a race into slavery, doesn't mean the people who literally put their lives on the line to free the slaves are correspondent with the assholes because of skin color, thats just being racist

    • prn72271
      prn72271 2 years ago

      Jeff Adams how is it truth? It is his truth. It is subjective.
      The flag nor the anthem were written with black people in mind. That is truth.

  • Jonathan Lindsay
    Jonathan Lindsay 2 years ago +1

    Amen Mr. Brown

  • Hadouken Hadouken
    Hadouken Hadouken 2 years ago +1

    Some not all athletes poses the intellect to address their concerns. Kap has an concern, but stupidly expressed it in the wrong form. JB G.O.A.T spot on.

  • THE NINJACAT
    THE NINJACAT 2 years ago +3

    Dear Jim Brown,Go F*ck Yourself. You beat women just like O.J. How f*ckin' dare you give advice.Signed,NOT A FAN!

    • Gentris mOORE
      Gentris mOORE 2 years ago

      Masterdebator: You are not debating with class or skill here.

    • The Masterdebator
      The Masterdebator 2 years ago +1

      THE NINJACAT look it here people....we got ourselves a real idiot.

    • Bruce Parkes
      Bruce Parkes 2 years ago +1

      THE NINJACAT like to see you say that to his face. He'd pulverized you.

  • belle mcellis
    belle mcellis 2 years ago +8

    Jim Brown was a white booty kisser back when Malcolm-X & MLK was trying to get civil rights. So Jim Brown opinion is booty.

    • Who you
      Who you 2 years ago

      belle mcellis yo broke ass only do crack and post shit on youtube dont deny it

    • books of war
      books of war 2 years ago +1

      belle mcellis Jim Brown has done more for the black community than you ever will.

    • bigstU25
      bigstU25 2 years ago +3

      Are you fucking retarded? He just said that he wanted more aggressiveness in Martin's movement. More economic development like other races of people like the chinese and Jews. He didnt even believe in integration. And that makes him a, "white booty licker"???? Are you a fucking retarded gimp? GTFOH!

    • THE NINJACAT
      THE NINJACAT 2 years ago +2

      JIM BROWN...SIT DOWN...YOU BEAT WOMEN!

  • Jason Marks
    Jason Marks 2 years ago +12

    Jim Brown is a REAL MAN, I am a White male and if my 2 Grandsons said they wanted to be like Jim Brown...I couldn't be more Proud of their choice.

    • Ed Jones
      Ed Jones 2 years ago +5

      *Jim Brown was a convicted woman-beater and rapist!* He was arrested and served time on numerous occasions throughout his life for assaulting and threatening women... No wonder his (pussy-grabbing) devotion for Donald Trump. This hypocrite was also "a radical activist-football player." Your picture-perfect example of a REAL MAN for them grand boys of yours, alright. lol

    • Ed Jones
      Ed Jones 2 years ago +2

      lol

    • Jim C
      Jim C 2 years ago +1

      Exactly. The black community is all about making bank from racism. They simply have to keep it alive. They choose their black leaders accordingly. Anybody like Brown is vilified as an Uncle Tom or worse. It will never end because blacks don't want it to end.

  • EJ257IHI
    EJ257IHI 2 years ago +8

    Kaepernick already chose his way and he's not a football player anymore. He's an activist. Let him stay an activist, join BLM, Antifa or whatever else he wants to do.

  • Ali Stiner
    Ali Stiner 2 years ago +6

    Whats more disrespectful America having over 39,000 homless veterans Kap not standing for the anthem? Think about that one for a min Mr Jim Brown

    • Ms Sports
      Ms Sports Year ago

      Ali Stiner what's more disrespectful a football player standing up for the anthem for neo nazis killing people and cops killing black people kaepernick is not doing it because he disrespect the army but because there is no other way to ACTUALLY protest now. One of the things it says at the start of the national anthem is "please rise for the national anthen" please, not do

  • Frankie Estrada
    Frankie Estrada 2 years ago +4

    This is a real answer. This is a unbiased approach from a wise man. If you disagree, you're ignorant and your opinions are discredited.

  • Nathaniel H
    Nathaniel H 2 years ago +3

    Dear Jim Brown: You probably don't know me and don't care to, but you are a shining example of why I hate football. Look what it did to you. An incredible athlete and person, and all those hits and all those concussions have you talking like another arrogant, supreme, white man. I love you, but us good guys don't criticize other good guys doing the best they can to help others. WE, work together, not fighting each other like they do in the Oval Office of Satan in Chief. Maybe if you talked with Colin, he would not only would see why there's no reason to keep getting concussions, but maybe bring you back to who you used to be. He's a good boy. With love, as always, Mom

    • Professor MiJ Wong
      Professor MiJ Wong Year ago

      You're why racism exists. Check yourself. You have a lot of hate in your heart. DLK would be ashamed of you and people like you

    • Nathaniel H
      Nathaniel H 2 years ago

      Alright, while i'm here anyway... I've kept my mouth shut about this to see what you athletes would do on your own. You DO know you used to be my people. Our nations always excelled in excellence in everything, including of course taking care of our bodies, being in shape, and of course competition to keep us working at excellence. Now, of course, Evil would know this. Which is why Sports became the door into his world. He'd hand you millions and a chance for Fame, and out went another Light, and another Soul was lost. You guys can see no further than this world. Once you became a millionaire and was having the Good Life, this became all that was important to you. You have millions, mansions, cars, boats, planes, beautiful wives, children, and yet - you're not happy. You think you are because you have everything, but something is missing isn't it? It's your Soul. The Soul that knew we were all family and took care of each other. The Soul that had a Conscience and knew the difference between right and wrong. The Soul that knew that this was just a time of testing and growing and that one day it would be over and we would look back and wonder how we made it through without becoming evil. And that's when you would think of me and be so grateful I forgave you and slapped you upside the head and said, "Wake up !" Which is what i'm doing right now. "Wake up ! " We have our people out on the streets because they can't fit into the white man's world, or don't want to. They are our people. Our people are in jails and don't belong there. Our people are living in poverty. Our people have to look into their children's eyes on Christmas and they both cry.Our people are veterans and some are having a hard time. There are so many good and innocent people, our people, in this country, hurting, that could use some help. A friend. A rescue. Just enough money to get a car to get a job. Maybe tuition to college. So many ways you could help others instead of just helping yourself. By caring only for yourself, you no longer are family. And you are alone in this world. You didn't used to be. Now, get your stingy ass to the bank and take out at least 10-20%, tax deductible, and go make people happy. Let them know someone loves them. All you need in return is a smile, because you do it out of love for others. And while I'm at it, every time you get hit you bang your brain around. How many millions do you suppose you all have to keep making, anyway? I hate it when you get hurt; your life damaged, just so some fat, rich, evil, lizard can make money and sleep with beautiful men. I wish you all would come back home. But you can't half ass it. You have to want it. Things are changing. I don't know what's going to happen, but things are changing from what we can all see. Please remember who you used to be before you became a rich man. I love you all. Always, Colin's mom

  • Jesuischarlie1979 rogets
    Jesuischarlie1979 rogets 2 years ago +4

    Preach Jim preach!

  • DADDY HO
    DADDY HO 2 years ago +1

    Jim Brown, have a point. However, Jim Brown, is not Kaepernick. Although, a person sign a contract, in any Professional Sport. No where, in that contract by law, that say one give up his constitutional rights, in US. Kaepernick, have every right,
    not to stand or kneel, during the National Anthem, under the constitution of the US. There, are those that agree and those
    that may disagree with Kaepernick method, in regard to him protesting, about the mistreatment of Black people, in US. It
    does not make Kaepernick method wrong because he doing a little different, than Jim Brown stance, in his error.
    What if someone, want to take on a religious stance, in regarding the flag?
    Exodus 20:4 Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or
    that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.
    Leviticus 26: beginning verse. Ye shall make you no idols nor graven image, neither rear you up a standing image,
    neither shall ye set up any image of stone in your land, to bow down unto it: for I am the LORD your God.
    See folks, a flag or any other man made idol, we are not to worship it, nor give praise too it. That, is a form of Idolatry.
    1 Corinthians 10:14 Wherefore, my dearly beloved, flee from idolatry.
    " The devil, plant the seed, that if one does not honor, the flag, in US or any other country, that have a flag, that person
    is wrong. Worshipping and praising any idols, are an abomination, against God.
    1 Corinthians 6: 9 Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither
    fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind.
    See, the vast media outlets and vast population of people, in US, is more focused on Kaepernick, did not honor the flag.
    Instead, of being much concern, about the injustices of people, in America. Why put more emphasize, on a flag, that is
    an idol, than placing more emphasize, on injustices towards humans, in US or any where, in the world? The God, I serve,
    does not want his people, committing idolatry. Many of these preachers, of the cloth, need to tell the people, the truth
    about worshipping or praising any idol, is wrong, in God sight. Many, will say, I serve in the US military and that is wrong,
    to not honor the US flag and many will say, that serve in the US military. We fought, for your freedom, to give you the right,
    to have freedom of expression, under the constitution. Many of us, have relatives, that served in the military before and
    some relatives, that are still active, in the military. However, obeying God, is far more important, than obeying the will of
    Satan. Never, allow pride, to cause you, to disobey the LORD.
    FYI: I understand, NFL Owners, Sponsors and Fans have expectations.

    • Telly03
      Telly03 2 years ago +2

      And owners have a right to not hire someone who is disrespectful

  • Togbe Amega
    Togbe Amega 2 years ago +14

    Boycott the NFL

  • Lawrence Michael
    Lawrence Michael 2 years ago +8

    I respect Jim Brown on everything he has done for the community. But a knee doesn't deserve the backlash he has received. He can still play which most try to make seem like a fairytale, lol. He played in the Superbowl and people who don't like him try to say well anybody can do that, LMAO!! The man deserves a shot, but will the NFL Slave Owners give him one is the question???

    • wed3k
      wed3k 10 months ago

      @The Masterdebator slave owner? They wanted to play nfl, they weren't brought over from Africa as entertainment...

    • Gentris mOORE
      Gentris mOORE 2 years ago

      Masterdebator; You are talking from what position of Experience? name calling is not a good skill in debating, so I believe you lost a degree or two.

    • The Masterdebator
      The Masterdebator 2 years ago +2

      Lawrence Michael are we talking the same "slave owners" who have paid billions of dollars to black players? Honestly bro you're just a dump person.

    • THE NINJACAT
      THE NINJACAT 2 years ago +2

      Really...I find it ironic that a 'knucklehead' athlete actually has more sense than our President!

    • Gaius Caligula
      Gaius Caligula 2 years ago +3

      Yo, he had a shot. San Fran booted Harbaugh to keep Kap and Kap pulled his bullshit. That fool blew it.