The Zionist-generated aura of anti-white racism which now pervades Western nations has reached a new low, even by its odious standards, with the news that a Texas high school basket ball team has been accused of racism for merely chanting “USA, USA” after winning a match against a rival school.
The “offending racists,” players from Alamo Heights in San Antonio, gave the traditional chant after beating a team from Edison high school.
The problem was that the Edison high school was mainly Hispanic, and the winning team mainly white. Hence, automatically, the white students were guilty of “racism” and actually forced to apologize.
This sort of development is the natural consequence of decades of anti-white hatred and guilt, imposed by the Zionist-controlled media who daily spew out their poison into all communities—white and non-white alike—to cause and promote racial divisions with the ultimate aim of destroying any power structure which might see fit to oppose them.
The UK’s Daily Mail has the story:
A high school basketball team with mostly white players has been accused of racism for chanting ‘USA! USA!’ after winning against a rival school.
The players from Alamo Heights in San Antonio, Texas yelled the phrase after beating a team from Edison high school made up of minority players.
The winning team’s coach immediately stopped the teenagers chanting the phrase – and now the local school district has been forced to apologise.
But many students and local residents have lambasted the response as ‘an overreaction’, taking to the players’ Facebook page to vent their anger.
‘As an outsider, and a Hispanic, I’m curious,’ Donna Russell wrote. ‘Would any of this be an issue if the opposing team chanted Viva Mexico?
‘I mean, we ALL live in the USA so why was this a bad thing?
‘It seems that the image of the US continues to bow down and apologize every time someone cries “racism ” but when others stand against us it’s “exercising their Freedom” and no apology is expected.’
Students at the high school pointed out that the chant had been used at other games against schools of non-minority players.
But the San Antonio Independent School District officials took the chant as a racial insult to the team.
Spokeswoman Leslie Price branded the incident ‘very disrespectful to our students’, KSAT.com reported.
‘It is surprising and it’s disappointing to hear that anyone would be out there making those kind of remarks,’ she said.
The district’s athletic director Gil Garza, who filed a complaint with the interscholastic league, added: ‘I appreciate Coach Brewer taking the action he took to stop it.
‘To be attacked about your ethnicity and being made to feel that you don’t belong in this country is terrible.
‘Why can’t people just applaud our kids? It just gets old and I’m sick of it.
‘Once again, we’re on pins and needles wondering what’s going to happen.’
Students from the rival school said they were ‘very appalled’ and were ‘rubbed the wrong way’ by the comments.
Alamo Heights Superintendent Kevin Brown also apologised.
‘We just hope that people know that that’s not who we are and we’re not going to let it happen again,’ Brown said.
The school apologised to the district and has banned the students involved from state title games.