England Soccer Purposely Staged a “Win for Diversity” — and Failed; Norwegian Man’s Record-Setting Run
by David Sims
ABOVE you can see a video showing the penalty shootout by which Italy’s all-White team defeated England’s “diverse” team in the Euro 2020 soccer match, which had been tied 1 to 1 going in. Italy scored three kicks, while England scored only two — both of them by White players. Subsequently, all three of England’s Black players failed to score. One of them couldn’t even hit the net!
Here’s another view of the shootout:
England was being Politically Correct. They intentionally put their three Black players as the third, fourth, and fifth penalty kickers. The earliest that a penalty shoot-out can be decided is on the third kick. So England bet their game on having one of the Black players “win” for England and be England’s “hero.” And then they all missed. One, two, three. England loses. And the lefties didn’t get their chance to show the world how diversity is a strength. Poor, poor lefties.
Let’s do a little more analysis on the penalty shoot-out: There were 10 kicks in all. Five kicks by each side. Of those ten kicks, five of them scored. That’s half. That’s 50%.
All three of England’s Black players kicked, but did not score. They all failed. What are the odds that this was random chance?
Well, (1/2)³ = 1/8, so the odds are one chance in eight that three average English players would all fail to score against the Italian goalie.
There are, therefore, seven chances in eight that something about those three particular players for the English soccer team caused their consecutive failures.
I wonder what it might be.
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On another bright note, watch the video below as Norwegian runner Karsten Warholm sets a world record, wins an Olympic gold medal, and runs the pants off all the Blacks in the 400 meter hurdle race at the Tokyo Olympics.
The Negro who came in second place has US citizenship and would have set a world record if Warholm hadn’t broken it even more spectacularly.
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