Following the scandal unleashed by the racist insults to Vinicius Jr., Eduardo Inda refer to the example of Rosa Parksthe famous black American activist who died in 2005, “the first to rebel against racial laws, the supremacist norms that prevailed in the first world power until barely fifty-odd years ago.”
Rosa Parks, says the director of OKDIARIO, “was riding a public bus when the driver told her to get up from the seat she was occupying, a seat reserved exclusively for whites. She refused, the police arrived, arrested her and fined her.”
«That incident changed the history of the United States and the world for the better in general”. Inda explains. Now, “in Spanish football we have our particular Rosa Parks, Vinicius Jr., the first player of color to have directly singled out those who hurl racist slurs».
Vinicius’s attitude is “a civic, ethical, moral and courageous example” by the young Brazilian Real Madrid player.
In what happened, “everything has been unfortunate because the referee should have suspended the match». For this reason, adds the director of OKDIARIO, the Professional Soccer League has to put pressure on the clubs to get this rabble out of the sports venues.
Eduardo Inda places special responsibility on the president of the League, Javier Tebas“that instead of putting pressure on the referees to do their job, what he has done is attack Vinicius Jr.”
Thebes, says Inda, has achieved that “in the whole world already Spain is spoken of as a racist country when it is not and the proof is our miscegenation in the colonization of America. And they are talking about the Spanish League as a racist league because of Thebes, who is a follower of Franco and I’m not saying it, he has said it publicly. He was a member of Fuerza Nueva and instead of being with anti-racism and supporting and showing solidarity with Vinicius, he has attacked him ».
For this reason, Eduardo Inda sends him some advice: «You must be careful, CorrupTebas, because there may be those who think that you are a racist. Change your position because that’s how it goes very badly for you, but above all, the Spanish League and our country in general are doing very badly».