The next wave of African-American emanicipation:
There'll soon be a day when the 18yr olds decide to pool their talents and sell their services to the highest non-American bidder. Then we'll see for how much longer America's "1st-rung 21st Century Slave Plantation system" a.k.a. the NCAA will be able to maintain its foot on the throat of these African-America underprivileged kids, with super-athletic powers.
How do you erase someone's accomplishments on a whim? Will the University and the NCAA return the revenue it earned from the sweat of Reggie Bush and O.J. Mayo's brow? What if both or one of them had received an injury that would have prevented them from ever earning a living by the sweat of their own brow; could that have been erased with the same ease?
Is it any wonder the Massa class is so upset over the LBJ/Wade/Bosh decision. The precedent has already been established via Brandon Jennings.: http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/players/4615, because when you have nothing and you're offered just something to alleviate the circumstances of your impoverished parents and siblings you'll take it, if it means you don't have to be subject to the unjust rules of America's modern day chattel system.
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