A Little Bit of Justice

The sports world recently went gaga over an all-Black team winning America's Little League baseball title. In a sport that apparently has a paucity of blacks (read: they aren't the vast majority of players), this was a triumph for diversity along the lines of Jesse Owens' gold medals and Jackie Robinson getting a chance to play in the Major League.

Unfortunately for the little league team named after Robinson, they cheated to win and were stripped of their title yesterday.

Little League Baseball has stripped the U.S. championship from Chicago-based Jackie Robinson West and suspended its coach for violating a rule prohibiting the use of players who live outside the geographic area that the team represents, it was announced Wednesday.


The organization found that Jackie Robinson West used a falsified boundary map and that team officials met with neighboring Little League districts in Illinois to claim players and build what amounts to a superteam.

This is stunning news to the Obama administration that honored the team with a White House tour from the President.

The White House is, of course, blaming the "dirty dealings" of the adults for taking away these kids' rightful win. But cheating is cheating, and they won because they unfairly built a team made up of every black kid with a talent for baseball in South Side Chicago. They didn't deserve their victories.

The best part of the story, as VDARE has pointed out, is that the all-White team they beat in the championship is now receiving the title.

Who says Indo-European virtue can't triumph over black corruption?