US-Schalke McKennie describes: Most of the racist experiences in Germany

The Schalke Bundesliga professional Weston McKennie has repeated his criticism of the US President Donald Trump and the broad support of the Anti-racism protest

US-Schalke McKennie describes: Most of the racist experiences in Germany

The Schalke Bundesliga professional Weston McKennie has repeated his criticism of the US President Donald Trump and the broad support of the Anti-racism protests in the football challenged. He doesn't believe that Trump "was the right President for this time," said the U.S. national team in an Interview with CBB Sport with a view to its behavior after the violent death of George Floyd's: "You should help in this Situation, not add fuel to the fire." The Top games on Saturday, EXCLUSIVELY on Sky (display)

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McKennie is not sure whether the protests on the duration of support as in the past, from many sides. "There are people who like to now jump on the train, but when it comes to the crunch, are you still there?" the 21-asked for Years: "If it is not a big Trend in Social media, you will be fighting still for the same things?" No White man will understand, "ever, what we need to do by" Blacks "especially in America" would have to fear in certain areas of "your life".

McKennie: "Most of my racist experiences in Germany,"

He had not just experienced in the USA racism, said the native Texan: "It is a global Problem, because most of my racist experiences were in Germany. I've been called a monkey, I've been called a Nigger, I'm all has been possible also called in Germany."

McKennie had demanded as several other Bundesliga players on the Whitsun week-end of justice for Floyd. At the 0:1 Schalke 04 against Werder Bremen at the end of may, he had worn a black ribbon with the inscription "Justice for George".

Floyd was on 25. May have died during a police operation in Minneapolis, after a white police officer had him down to be a knee in the back of the neck. In many US cities, there were since then, protests and demonstrations that were often crowded with police violence.

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Updated Date: 14 June 2020, 00:26

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