ESPN Down Over 3 Million Subscribers in 2015!!!


Is something happening here folks? Are people here actually starting to realize that ESPN does nothing but shit all over heterosexual white men and promote the degradation and destruction of our societal and cultural norms? Apparently they are, and over 3 million subscribers (this year alone) have now tuned out, and dropped off. Apparently some white folks aren't interested in watching sports documentaries on gay athletes, the transgender freak show, and now women officiating and even coaching "male" dominated sports!

ESPN: Cutting The Cord Or Political Turn Off?

{From: Zerohedge} The catchphrase that seems to be picking up more and more steam is “cutting the cord” when referring to those that are dropping traditional cable TV for viewing choices or alternatives by other means. The reasons why differ greatly. For some its price, or affordability. For others, its convenience with the growing numbers of alternatives. And for some; they just refuse to pay for anything in a zealot like fashion. Although each group has different reasons the outcome is the same: diminishing viewership.

However, is “cutting the cord” really the reason for ESPN’s loss of millions viewers? Or, is that the easiest crutch of an excuse for what might really be happening? After all, media is, and always will be, the king of “inflated” numbers. So much so I garner when a CEO of any media company reads a term like “double seasonally adjusted” they smirk and think – “Rookies.”

It’s just the way it has, is, and will be played; and everyone understands it. None more so than those within the business itself, which is why a few things struck me.

Why wouldn’t ESPN™ (or Disney™ its parent company) go to great efforts to include or push the narrative that “cord cutting” doesn’t necessarily mean “all” that cut have tuned off? In other words: why aren’t numbers from alternative viewing sources highlighted as to show they might not be viewing there – but they are over here? Unless – they aren’t.

And if they’re not – why not? After all, there’s probably no other content infringement policing company for copyright and other applicable ownership rights than Disney and all its subsidiaries. You aren’t going to see it for free or on alternative platforms unless they want or allow for it. Period.

This would also imply if they allowed it (anywhere) it would be accounted for ( i.e., click views, etc.) in some manner of form from across the internet to help take the edge off. i.e., Sure we lost millions from cable, but as you can see here, they’ve just migrated over to this service/platform as an alternative. Monetizing the alternative is a work in progress. etc., etc.

However, that seems not to be the case. The case appears – they’ve not only cut: they’ve tuned out or turned off the programming entirely. Why?

It’s hard to say. However, if I use myself as an example, I believe I know a large part of the underlying reason:

ESPN (like a few notable others such as NBC™) has seemingly transformed at near hyper-speed from sports reporting – to political sports reporting. The political edge now rampant throughout the shows, games, interviews, et al is overbearing, overburdening, and overdone.

Here’s what I know from my own experience: It has become near impossible to turn on something that was originally created for pure entertainment value without now being bombarded with how the “political football” issue of the day is being addressed by the commentators, sideline crews, as well as players and coaches. e.g., I tuned in to watch a football game – not a game about how today’s “political football” is handled and won. i.e., gun control, domestic violence, civil unrest, global warming, etc., etc., on, and on.

Important issues all. However, is there no respite today as to maybe catch a breather and just enjoy a sporting event and its minutia without having today’s “political football” and all its baggage forced down my throat by sports casters, players, and more? It would be one thing if these shows mentioned these topics when appropriate. But now? One would think they were watching a Sunday morning news show rather than a sports channel. Everyday 24/7.

When I’ve watched it seems the reason for their existence (i.e., the game) is an inconvenience that must be tolerated till they can get back to what they believe really matters: the “political issue” of the day.

Yes, I know I’m probably overstating. Yet, that’s how I feel today when I’ve tried to watch most ESPN programming as well as others. My immediate reaction? Many times I’ve turned off a game entirely: for continuing was akin to waiting for another comment as to cue a push of the bamboo chutes deeper.

Personally, I grew so sick of it I now watch about a third, if that, of any sports TV I had watched previous. Again: specifically for this reason.

If I want “political football” TV there are far more choices and views to get it from. Sports were at one time a sanctuary from the realities of everyday life. There one cared only about their team. Could throw all their passion (and distaste) behind them. Hate them one day, love them the next with no regards as to affecting society. It was a place to blow off steam, have fun, and armchair quarterback yourself into the Hall of Fame of “If I were on the field – I would have called that play and won!” all time greats.

Today? It’s near impossible to escape and has been picking up steam. Need I say (or not say?) Washington Red____s?

Listen, I’m not addressing whether or not you agree with what should, or should not, be done. I’m just trying to illustrate this as just one of the latest that shows in great detail just how one will not be able to escape the discussion that is purely based in the “political football” arena.

Some sportscasters now will not say the name; even if they are the on-air live, play-by-play talent, and stumble all over themselves and their play-by-play calls trying to avoid it. Players will be asked from both the sidelines, booths, with others appearing via satellite, questioning them to defend how they can even put on the uniform for that day’s game. Insinuation, implication, and innuendo will be the “play calling” as opposed to what is transpiring on the field of actual play.

Again, as I stated earlier: whether or not you agree or disagree with the topic, just this one is a representative of all the others. If it’s not a name change – its gun control. If it’s not that – it’s another. Everyday 24/7. The game now seems to be the filler as opposed to the “issue of the day.” Need I remind anyone of that great illustration of just how determined sportscasters are now going to force the “political football” down viewers throats than NBC™ Bob Costa’s gun control rant on Sunday Night Football™?

Agreeing, or disagreeing with his take is irrelevant. My point is: I don’t turn to a sporting event, or, sports commentary program, to hear the opinion/opinions of today’s sportscasters view on the “political issue” of the day. I tune in to see sports. Period.

This seems lost on ESPN and the others as of late. And if I’m a microcosm of what others are doing. What we’re not doing is cutting the cord and viewing it elsewhere. We’re actually giving a spin to the old Timothy Leary idea:

We’re tuning out and turning off entirely.

14 Comments on ESPN Down Over 3 Million Subscribers in 2015!!!

  1. I cut the cable almost six months ago. Nothing to watch. I quit watching sports well over ten years ago. I got tired of watching blacks throw balls around. I catch a glimpse of TYV every now and again, I’m not missing a thing. Endless propaganda. The “shows”, the commercials, everything. Once the “glasses” are on, there is no taking them off. All I see is Jew programming throughout.


  2. The Vanquisher // September 7, 2015 at 4:00 am // Reply

    Fuck ESPN. Anyone still watching TV is and idiot, and anyone paying a cable is even worse, the best thing you can do for your family is get it out of the home. Especially ESPN, which is a subsidiary of Jew owned anti white Disney.


  3. Check your email…

    I made a picture a while back that is perfect to add to this post.


  4. I wouldn’t get too carried away people. A lot of men are now streaming sport for free over the net. Why pay for it right. There are a lot of free streaming sites for all sports. Though certainly some have stopped watching that shit I doubt 3 million gave it up because they’re starting to think like us, if only.


    • Well, chances are the children of said downloaders no longer see their daddy sitting zombified in front of the TalmudVision — that would already be a huge improvement.
      A father should never appear weak and/or in trance.

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  5. Well, as advocater of a independent media distribution platform, I at one time kept tabs on top of the cable distribution industry.
    It has actually been crashing since around 2003. Yes, newspapers and other traditional print media have also taken a beaten, but, they have all been reinvesting in the new and up coming media distribution technologies.

    Actually many are already here and in the last couple of years integrated as indispensable, irreplaceable, irresistible, cool,sexy, all the while more far reaching and sublimely dangerous than anything prior.
    Hardware distribution examples are cell/mobile phones/computers, software examples would be FaceBook.

    As fuhrerious88 has pointed out. they are “now streaming “, and AGAIN WE have lost out on another HUGE shift in the battle.

    There are those with a fuhrer complex who dismiss it, there are those johnny one notes who dismiss it, and the usual variety of WHITE EXCUSES.
    Now I understand the self interest, self preservation and Napoleon complex that prevails online among so-called WN’s, it was the overwhelming Aryan whine “the jews won’t let us” that convinced me of it being a self suicide rather than a genocide.

    So, I do not see “We’re tuning out and turning off entirely.” at all.
    As a matter of fact “tuning in and turning on ” is exactly what you want, but who and what they are “tuning in and turning on ” is the battle.


    • Agreed Northpal, it’s just a shift in technogies. They’re still vegging out in front of the TV but now it’s streamed through the XBox or Playstation.

      I also agree 100% about whites have to take the blame for our own downfall. The Jew is just doing what’s in its nature. Do you blame a lion for killing a wildebeest? If an army loses a battle it’s because they were weaker than their opponent. If we are to win this fight whites have to become strong mentally and physically once again.

      I don’t think it’s any coincidence that the Jew overcame us at the time we became more prosperous. We have become too comfortable, we don’t see any danger. We need to feel the hurt of struggling to exist again, just as our ancestors did. Well that time is coming that’s for sure as this invasion intensifies.


  6. Speaking of sports on TV:
    This friggin insult could only take place in a White country.
    Mooslims would have been ali akbaring all over the damn place blowing up themselves and jews alike.
    Japanese would grab anything from swords to broomstcks screaming “Tenno Heika Banzai” charging the stadium of usurpers.

    White man, well, he paid the shot and let them televise it.

    The Jewish privileged 14th European Maccabi Games (EMG2015), largest Jewish sports event in Europe took place in Berlin from July 27 to August 5, 2015. The European Maccabiah Games take place in a four-year cycle, two years after the Maccabiah in Israel. Germany was selected for the first time in its history as the venue.2,3000 (jews) athletes from 38 countries participated in 19 sports. The main venue for the Games was deliberately chosen, the Olympic Park in Berlin. In this place, the Summer Olympics were held in 1936 during the era of National Socialist Germany.


  7. I stopped watching 5 years ago when NFL dumped Hank Williams Jr. theme song, because he compared Obama to Hitler in a private joke. Baseball got just as bad. Some people watch for a sense of belonging, to fill the void. That’s why sports bars exist, I remember when they became popular. Tell someone “I don’t watch spectator sports” and look at their expression. Priceless. There’s a meme/mantra for you to spread.


  8. Actually, Disney, Espn, and ABC are still owned by the Disney family. Jews control and run Disney. They finally, after years of resistance by Walt, were able to convince Walt’s brother Roy to give them control. Roy was a weak man and the Jews knew it.


  9. I called and cancelled my $185 per month for 17 year cable subscription and when the rep asked why I was cancelling, I said, ” i cant stand espn and their anti white cast”. The rep said, “I’ve heard that a lot lately” and then thanked me for being a former customer! HA Take THAT espn! It’s biting you back. You can thank bomani jones, jemelle hill, steven a smith, michael a smith, etc.


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