Obsess Over Racism… Pay No Attention To The Man Behind The Curtain!

445a3a78-ff01-45cf-a5bd-1f8931cd88e4_zpse681e3ddAnyone out there still think the Donald Sterling story is all about racism?  For those who still have yet to grasp the magnitude of the manipulations going on in the world of the BGI, let me present the following list of power players who today have come out stating their intention to bid for ownership of the Clippers:

  • Magic Johnson & Guggenheim Partners

  • Floyd Mayweather

  • Rick Ross

  • P. Diddy

  • Oprah, David Geffen and Larry Ellison

Now that the racism card has been successfully played against Sterling,  the truly clever and ambitious players can sally forth to grab the spoils of a BGI game well-played. I recommend contacting becraft immigration law which is an agency that helps people from other nations. They’ve even put out a new bright and shiny video…

H/T BigMamaTea…

Obsess over racism; pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!

[…] I’ll offer a theory about why the man might be Magic Johnson, who desperately wants Donald Sterling’s NBA franchise now that the Buss family says they won’t sell his old Lakers. But Magic was the front man in the purchase of the Los Angeles Dodgers two years ago. So it might be Magic’s big money backers in Guggenheim Partners.

Or … And this is really a stretch, but let me toss it out there. There’s a financier in L.A. who invests some of his money with Guggenheim Partners who for intelligence and energy and guile makes Mozilo and the other mortgage guys look like smalltimers. You haven’t heard much about him since he got out of prison a couple of decades ago. He’s legally banned for life from getting anything in return for giving investment advice. But he’s still here and he’s allowed to manage his own billions. The SEC has been investigating whether the Dodger purchase by Guggenheim was something of a front for him to get back in the game.

Granted, I’m no doubt reading way too much into this. And if this story doesn’t go all the way to the top, it’s still really interesting. I apologize for this post wandering all over the place, but the more I looked into the story that Magic wants the Clippers, the more pieces fell into place.

Listening closely to the presumably illegally made tapes suggests that the mistress was setting the LA Clippers owner up — she’s the one egging on the racial angle over her photos cuddling with Magic Johnson and Matt Kemp of the Dodgers. Originally, I assumed her minor league lawyer was her mastermind, but the news that Magic and his mysterious Guggenheim Partners backers want control of Sterling’s NBA franchise suggests that there’s a reasonable chance that this whole set-up originated with somebody more high-powered than her Woodland Hills attorney. (This lawyer is so obscure that his office is on Burbank Blvd. rather than on Ventura Blvd.)

Former Los Angeles Lakers basketball star Magic Johnson was the public frontman for the secretive Guggenheim Partners in paying an outlandish $2 billion to Boston leveraged parking lot robber baron Frank McCourt for the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team. And now, what do you know, Magic and the Guggenheim Partners are willing to take the Los Angeles Clippers off Donald Sterling’s hands and add it to their nascent Los Angeles sports empire.

In contrast, the new Guggenheim Partners firm is very high-powered. In fact, the SEC has been trying for a year to figure out if GP is so high-powered that its Los Angeles sports franchise acquisitions are done in illegal collaboration with … well, I won’t mention his name yet, but it’s a smack-yourself-in-the-forehead name out of the history books of Los Angeles and finance. I’ll tell you the name later in the posting, but for my readers who are at his annual Beverly Hills wingding today, why don’t you ask around and see what your host thinks about the Clippers. Or ask Magic Johnson when he speaks at lunchtime on Wednesday.  (Read more…)



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67 Responses to Obsess Over Racism… Pay No Attention To The Man Behind The Curtain!

  1. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    From day one I’ve said that this whole “scandal” was a shakedown to wrest ownership of the Clippers’ franchise from Donald Sterling,and that Stiviano was a co-conspirator who was used by Magic Johnson for this very purpose.


    • WeeWeed says:



      • jello333 says:

        “So what? Sterling is a racist, and all’s fair when it comes to fighting racists. Whatever it takes to destroy racists, it’s all good!”

        (THAT is what we’ll hear as soon as talk of a conspiracy gets louder. Count on it.)


        • Chance says:

          I certainly get your point jello333, but what’s wrong with being a racist? We’re not talking about someone who thinks owning another person is OK. And we’re not talking about someone who does or would do harm to another person based solely on their race. I think most would agree those things are just plane wrong.

          But the last time I checked this is still a free country, and freedom of thought, speech and expression is still protected by the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. So what if someone doesn’t like another person or group of people, and who cares why they feel that way? If we’re being honest, we would all have to admit that there’s someone or some group we just don’t like, for whatever reason. What’s the difference?

          Funny then, how everything suddenly changes when there’s BIG money to be had…


          • jello333 says:

            Yep (in case it wasn’t clear from my other comment… I agree with you). When we reach the level of thought control, then we’re in serious trouble (of course we’re already there). The only racism we should really be concerned about is that which actually harms others.

            Eg — laws that denied a certain race the rights everyone else enjoyed. (see Dred Scott, Jim Crow, etc.)

            Eg — laws that give a certain race distinct advantages, thereby DEcreasing the rights of others. (see “Affirmative Action”/quotas and “disparate impact” school discipline garbage)

            Eg — the Klan who terrorized (and sometimes murdered) people because of their race, and the people who supported and cheered them on.

            Eg — the New Black Panther Party who (whenever given the opportunity) terrorize (and have PLANS to murder) people because of their race, and the people who (privately if not publicly) support and cheer them on.


            • Chance says:

              I did get your point, and we’re saying the same thing. Why does the BGI scream bloody murder over some stupid comments made by a horny old man and yet completely ignore the horrific rhetoric of the New Black Panthers? I think it’s because they are truly the worst kinds of racists and because of their greedy lust for money and power. If they were judged, “not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character” they would be in prison!


  2. jc says:

    Clear case of Senior abuse, Stiviano ingratiated herself to secretly record Sterling’s private comments to her to humiliate him. Humiliation = emotional abuse. Looks like a slam dunk to me.

    Second elder abuse shoe to drop is if her recordings were intended to force Sterling into a distress sale of Clippers – which is financial abuse. If she didn’t do this 100% on her own then you’re talking criminal conspiracy. Just start deposing her and see how the cookie crumbles. Offer her a free pass on the emotional abuse issue if she gives up the financial schemers. I simply cannot imagine she would do all this illegal secret recording on her own. She gets 20 minutes of fame in exchange for killing her golden goose, doesn’t make sense. stting up Sterling at someone’s behest does make sense. depose, depose, depose…

    Sterling… http://da.co.la.ca.us/seniors/abuse.htm#emotion


  3. stella says:

    Breitbart Sports says the NBA can’t force Sterling to sell.



    • sundance says:

      I don’t think there is ANY legal way for the league to force the sale either. It totally would fall under “antitrust action”…. and Sterling would be easily, as in 100% easily, be able to win a court challenge against the league for antitrust infraction(s).

      Then again, that’s probably why they need to go the emotional court of public opinion route….. there simply is no legal basis to force the sale.


      • pbunyan says:

        Isn’t this in the jurisdiction of the 9th circus? They’d rule against Sterling if it gets that far.


        • stella says:

          Don’t think that applies, unless the NBA takes Sterling to court. So far, it’s just an NBA ruling. Sterling is suing them, though.


      • jello333 says:

        And it’s a relatively minor part of it in the grand scheme of things, but what’s up with the “banned from attending NBA games”? I mean even let’s say they manage to force him to sell, and he’s no longer a big wig in the league. He’s still a private citizen. So how on earth, what could they possibly use to justify banning him from buying a ticket and attending a game?!


  4. Cherpa 1 says:

    I hope Puffy buys the team. I am grateful to all the players for helping put Bundy on page 33.


  5. sundance says:

    ….”As a practical effect, the suspension all but excommunicates Sterling from both his team and the NBA. He is forbidden from any contact with players, coaches and staff, and he is barred from attending games or practices. Sterling is also prohibited from participating in league activities. He is now, essentially, in NBA exile.

    The fine of $2.5 million may seem inconsequential given that Sterling is worth reportedly $1.9 billion, but it was the highest amount of money permitted by the league’s constitution and bylaws. Had Silver issued a higher fine, and justified it on policy or moral grounds, he would have provided Sterling with an opportunity to raise a legal point. Specifically, Sterling might have argued such a penalty is “arbitrary and capricious” because it would not have followed NBA rules. Silver, an attorney, wisely adhered to the rules instead”….



  6. pbunyan says:

    I still don’t get how Sterling is such a racist when his “girlfriend” (I guess is what they call her) is black?


    • jc says:

      Has she done any TV talk shows yet? This is her window of opportunity to go national.

      I think maybe her lawyer rained on her 20 minutes of fame parade by pointing out to her that anything she says publicly could be used against her in a raft of civil and criminal charges. 20 minutes of fame, 20 minutes testimony and 20 months in CA prisons. Then she’ll be flipping burgers alongside Ronald in east LA.

      I wonder if she has any prior criminal arrests, kind of hard to find out with so many street names, she’s 31 I imagine she got something interesting by now. Would Sterling (fill in the blanks) without doing a background on her? I’m sure Mrs Sterling knows plenty about her LOL


      • Ad rem says:

        She looks closer to the 38 quoted here…

        As for his girlfriend the mysterious V. Stiviano, we happened to know a few things. V stands for Vanessa, her full name is Maria Vanessa Perez, 38, she also goes by other aliases including Monica Gallegos, Maria Valdez and Vanessa Perez, she met Sterling in February, 2010 at the Super Bowl, they began an affair that same year. two women have referred to Vanessa Perez aka V. Stiviano as their sister Karen Beltran and Grammy Award singer Kay Cola.



      • MouseTheLuckyDog says:

        Sterking ( fill in the blanks ) and she was seeing Magic Johnson. What more risk could you take?

        I’m sure when the dust clears Sterling will have all the goods on her.


    • P.Spinach says:

      1. Sterling is as racist as Obama. Both chose black girl friend or black spouse, both secretly hate blacks. You don’t think Obama hates blacks, think again. He is Margaret Sanger who thinks genocide of black babies should be government financed. He doesn’t give two cents about jobs for black Americans, but cares more for illegal Hispanics to move in on job territory for blacks. He doesn’t spend time nor bond with all black members of Caucus. He surrounds himself with halfsies and goes racist both ways. He’s an ALL ROUND RACIST.

      2. Magic Johnson posed with a seductive looking Viviano to make the old man Sterling jealous of black players and black men, ending by vociferously asking his former flame to not bring black men to the game.

      Both 1 and 2 are not mutually exclusive. The old guy got jealous of a black man and forbid her to bring them as her cohorts. Big deal. Now he’s banned by the NBA for life. LOL @ the preposterous.


      • Ad rem says:

        2. Magic Johnson posed with a seductive looking Viviano to make the old man Sterling jealous of black players and black men, ending by vociferously asking his former flame to not bring black men to the game.

        But it wasn’t just any black men that made him jealous….she chose to pose with the 2 black men Sterling would hate the most. She was pushing the old man’s buttons…

        Sterling apparently doesn’t trust anybody around him associating with Magic, because Sterling is a horrible racist (and perhaps because Magic wants to take his team away from him. Now that I think of it, the other Instagram picture Sterling was mad about was of her and Matt Kemp, who plays for Magic’s Dodgers.)


        • P.Spinach says:

          Yep, just a jealous old man needing Viag fearing for his masculinity against these young (or younger) athletes *of color*. To hide this fact from ‘WHAT’S HER NAME’ he claims he doesn’t want to see black guys hanging around at HIS game. Next thing…………Magic Johnson is all aglee with ammo, girl friend she’s laffing, the geezer gets lifetime ban from NBA.

          Maybe it’s time to start boycotting NBA. It’s not real sport any more.


  7. Daniel says:

    I saw another theory bit about other owners being concerned about skeletons in their own closets regarding racism. You know what causes racism? Understanding who you are dealing with. We, in the past 40+ years have had it drilled into us from birth about how evil and bad racism is. And as far back as I can remember, I believed “I’m no racist!” but I couldn’t prove it because I didn’t actually know many people who were black. First experiences were in the military, not great, but anyone that meant anything generally earned their rank and respect. No affirmative action in the military that I was aware of — at least not E6 and below. Then things changed when I got a government job and I met lots of black people who were more interested in the government benefits than anything else. One I personally thwarted had a retirement plan which consisted of insurance fraud. He was stupid enough to talk about it.

    And things just got worse from there on out. And you may also notice that most of the “anti-racists” don’t actually spend a lot of time with black people which explains why so many of these anti-racists end up dead, raped, robbed and beaten. “I’m not racist! They won’t harm me! They think I am one of them! I’m a grizzly bear!!!” (Sorry, I always make the comparison to Grizzly man. If you don’t know the story, google it.)

    So yes, other owners definitely have racism in their hearts as well… well, I wouldn’t call it racism, but the BGI and the anti-racist public out there would. But when you are dealing with any given demographic of people, young, old, male, female, black, white, whatever — it only serves to understand who you are dealing with. And when you do, you know best how to negotiate without losing. But having a working understanding of black people makes you “racist” simply because you have to acknowledge some pretty ugly truths.


    • Attorney says:

      And those truths can be ugly like you would not believe.
      I worked for the State of Florida for a while. In the agency office were two black female attorneys, a supervisor and her supervisee. Both bright enough. But the supervisee would skip entire days from the office. I mean like 2 or 3 days a week. The supervisor would continually lie and cover for her.

      Eventually this was found out. Evidence as cold cut as anything I have ever seen. Now had it been a white person, termination would have been relatively quick (at least if a white male). Instead it took 6 months of undercover documentation to get the paperwork ready.

      So what happens is that both are eventually allowed to resign. Dare not fire them because of a possible lawsuit.

      The supervisee now has a nice job with an African American college. The supervisor – get this – is now working with the Federal Govt. at $120,000 a year as a lawyer.

      This is truth. This is real. This is vile.


  8. jc says:

    I think most people are not racists, most have never done anything to harm another individual based on that individual’s race,religion etc but I think almost everyone has made disparaging comments about other races, it’s not a planet full of angels. If the same standards were applied to NBA players as are applied to Sterling who would be left? Think the black players have never made disparaging comments about whites, jews, other “niggas”. What if their comments were secretly recorded and played by the DMZs of the world?


  9. carterzest says:

    Add Oscar de la Hoya to the list of interested paryies(CNN today).


  10. Lou says:

    you sleep with dogs, you wake up with fleas


    • Attorney says:

      That IS true. Does not excuse her behavior but let us face it, the guy definitely asked for humiliation and he has gotten it, big time.


      • jc says:

        His behavior was distasteful but not illegal, hers was distasteful and probably illegal. Wheedling herself into a position of trust and then publicly humiliating someone over 65 in California is elder abuse.

        Secretly recording a private conversation in CA is also a no-no

        California makes it a crime to record or eavesdrop on any confidential communication, including a private conversation or telephone call, without the consent of all parties to the conversation. See Cal. Penal Code § 632. The statute applies to “confidential communications” — i.e., conversations in which one of the parties has an objectively reasonable expectation that no one is listening in or overhearing the conversation.


    • Cherpa 1 says:

      Or as Ann Coulter wrote “Lay down with strippers, wake up with pleas”.


  11. LittleLaughter says:

    Why was Spike Lee not banned from the NBA for his racist comments about whites? He is very involved with the NBA, even doing commercials for them. If the NBA is going to ban people for their racist comments during a private phone call, why not ban for life the racist comments made openly by Spike Lee??


    • Junie G says:

      A rhetorical question, surely….


    • michellc says:

      Because here are the rules.

      1.Blacks are never racist.
      2.Whites are always racist.
      3.Racism against whites does not exist.
      4.All other races can be racist with exceptions. Such as an illegal immigrant, they’re never racist unless it’s against blacks. Indians who use casino funds to buy access can only be racist against blacks.
      5.White liberals are probably racist but they’re forgiven as long as they pay and pass out goodies and declare their guilt for being white. If a shakedown is needed then their racism is no longer forgiven until they pay the piper.


  12. Junie G says:

    This theory makes the whole incident simple to understand. She had a better offer from people more along her lines of taste and culture, and betrayed her sugar daddy to get it.


  13. James F says:

    I searched the NBA constitution to see what it specifically mentioned regarding discrimination and was surprised to see that the following terms are completely absent.


    I am shocked that an organization which purports to have a zero tolerance for discrimination has not bothered to codify it into its constitution.


    • P.Spinach says:

      Yes, the NBA constitution only refers to ethical conduct in business dealing and contracts. This was a personal matter between him and what’s her name, which was quickly misconstrued by Silver, without a proper hearing before jumping the gun to ban Sterling from the NBA. In effect what Viviano and then Silver did, recording and broadcasting an illegal recording to hurt Sterling on purpose in collusion with Magic Johnson or others, followed by Silver’s impulsive ban, is to damage the NBA franchise and Clipper brand, aka profits. Viviano, her co-horts and Silver ought to be very scared right now. This was entirely a personal affair and a frame.

      Of course, Obama gets right into the dirty laundry, because that’s what he is best at doing.


  14. P.Spinach says:

    Sterling again insists Clippers not for sale, despite NBA ruling

    …..Owners plan to vote on the matter next week, and an affirmative vote by 22 of the league’s 29 owners could force Sterling to divest.

    But experts say the case could be tied up in court for years if Sterling fights back. Richard Sheehan, the author of “Keeping Score: The Economics of Big-Time Sports,” told The Los Angeles Times that the 80-year-old Sterling, a lawyer and real estate tycoon, could tie up the sale of the team for the rest of his life.

    “It would be an absolute disaster,” Sheehan said. The article pointed out that Sterling could also make up to $1 billion on the sale of the team because the NBA is about to renegotiate its national television contract.

    Sterling, who has owned the franchise for 33 years, has not spoken publicly since TMZ posted the audio recording of him telling his alleged girlfriend not to bring black people to his games.

    Looking forward to the vote and the battle ahead. Sterling’s a lawyer, this will be a cinch, even if not favorable for his reputation, but it’s not like he really gives an _ff about it. Caring about your image would mean you don’t hang around obvious skanky gold diggers.


    • MouseTheLuckyDog says:

      First let me say, I’m not in favor of anything good happening to Sterling. All the crap he’s getting couldn’t happen to a more deserving guy. That being said, I don’t like way sports are being run these days. So anything that bloodies sports up is good by me.

      The most interesting question is does the ban extend to owners meetings? Is it even possible to keep him out? Does he get to vote on being forced to sell the team.

      BTW Mark Cuban has hinted that he will not vote to force Sterling to sell. I wonder how many more there will be.

      As for the ban. I don’t see how they can stop him being in the front office, but I can see how they can stop him attending practices or games. It will be interesting to see whether he contests it.

      One thing that I would not be surprised to see next year. Sterling still owning the Clippers, and Silver out as the commissioner.


  15. czarowniczy says:

    I do believe the vultures circling the team will have to wait until the courts decide the legal issues here, Their ignorance of the legal process can be understood being celebs and members of special groups who have been the recipients of idol worship and Federal largess for so long they may have forgotten we’re still (for the time being) a nation of laws. I wouldn’t bet that the courts will be as anxious to start a precedent of fuzzy PC being more important than established property laws.


  16. James F says:

    If this goes to court the NBA might have difficulty proving the Sterling scandal caused damages when they post stories on their own website about how beneficial it has been for viewership numbers.

    Sterling saga means more viewers for Clippers’ series

    Support for the NBA and the players has ben almost universal. The only one damaged by Sterling’s actions has been Sterling, as far as I have seen.


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