August 21, 2011 AD
Tebowing with Nevin Shapiro
Only meant as a comparison against Biblical times, not meant as an irrelevance against Christianity, this quote shows how little has changed in 2,000 years.
"The Jews (as in Nevin Shapiro) became jealous and recruited some worthless men (black thugs) loitering in the public square (inner city of Miami), formed a mob (recruited them to become University of Miami football linemen), and set the city (Miami) in turmoil."
"When the Jews in Thessalonica (AKA Nevin Shapiro) learned that Paul (Chris Rix and Tim Tebow) was preaching the word of God at Berea (Florida State University and the University of Florida), they went there too, agitating the crowds and stirring them up. (Nevin Shapiro ordered mob hits on these fine Christian quarterbacks)"
-- Acts 17:5-13
Florida State University
Chris Rix was a four year starter quarterback for the Florida State Seminoles leading his team in the 2002 Gator Bowl, missed the 2003 Sugar Bowl only because he overslept and missed an exam, led the 2004 Orange Bowl and led the 2005 Gator Bowl.
Chris Rix was also a devout Catholic.
He attended both Bishop Amat Memorial High School and Santa Margarita Catholic High School. He is currently on staff with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes as a Director of Ministries in Southern California.
University of Florida
Tim Tebow was the University of Florida Gator's starting quarterback and became the first college football player to both rush and pass for 20 or more touchdowns in a single season and the first college sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy.
In addition to winning the Heisman Trophy, his 2007 performance earned him the Maxwell Award as the nation's top football player, the Davey O'Brien Award as the nation's best quarterback and the James E. Sullivan Award as the nation's most outstanding amateur athlete in any sport.
In 2008, Tebow led Florida to its second national championship in three years. He was named the offensive MVP of the national championship game.
Tim Tebow is also well known as devout Protestant.
During his college football career, Tebow frequently wore biblical verses on his eye black.
In the 2009 BCS Championship Game, he wore John 3:16 on his eye paint, and as a result, 92 million people searched "John 3:16" on Google during or shortly after the game. Additionally, later, when Tebow switched to another verse, there were 3.43 million searches of "Tim Tebow" and "Proverbs 3:5-6" together.
Tebow stated of the searches "It just goes to show you the influence and the platform that you have as a student-athlete and as a quarterback at Florida"
America's public square is the televised football game and Tim Tebow was preaching the Word of God in the public square.
The Jewish media-Scribe-owned MSM made a nationwide "controversy" surrounding Tebow's decision to appear in an ad funded by the socially conservative organization Focus on the Family that was broadcast during Super Bowl XLIV on CBS. There were two 30-second commercials, which included Tebow's personal story as part of an overall pro-life stance. The abortion issue was not specifically mentioned in the ad. Pro-choice groups condemned the ad, while pro-life groups rallied around Tebow.
University of Miami
Bernie Madoff was the Jewish King of the financial Ponzi scam at $65 billion dollars, but he had avid followers in Jewish circles.
There was fellow Jewish Pharisee Scott Rothstein — the Broward lawyer who pleaded guilty this past January to crafting a $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme.
And then there was the Jewish Pharisee Caligula of Ponzi schemes -- Nevin Shapiro.
Shapiro is not noted for the paltry-by-comparison Ponzi-scheme sum of $930 million dollars of which he managed to spend $38 million, nor for the fact that he followed in his step-fathers shoes who himself was found guilty of a $6 million dollar scam -- but for the aurora of decadent corruption which surround Shapiro everywhere he went -- a real snake of a devil.
Shapiro was well known as a University of Miami football team groupie with tons of other people's money to throw around.
Shapiro had a harem of beautiful women, mansions, yachts and has now become well known to squealing about all the laws he helped over 100 football players break in regards to the University of Miami football program, including paying for hookers and drugs for the football team players.
Ronnie Shapiro, mother of Nevin the Ponzi scheme scammer, wife of Nevin's step-father scammer, moved Nevin to Miami Beach when he was 10-years-old.
The mother is a real Jewish princess-trip all by herself -- racist against both Hispanics and Blacks as seen in her quote:
But his mother, Ronnie, reached in Canada, spoke candidly about the book and her son. "I told him for years he needed to get out of Dade. It's just a little blip on the map full of Cubans... I've hated it for 35 years," she says.
Ronnie goes on, her husky, Brooklyn-accented voice rising with emotion. "They don't mean nothing to me down there," she says. "It's a good thing 99 percent of those people [blacks] know how to throw a ball. You know where they'd be otherwise: Opa-locka, Liberty City, selling crack on the corners. I don't want to sound like a racist, but you know where I'm going with this. Once you're from there, you're always from there."
-- Jewess Ronnie Shapiro, mother of Nevin Shapiro
Now for the real news.
Nevin Shariro, nice Jewish boy that he is (sic), put a contract out on a "hit" by his black football "slaves" on the two most Christian football players many people know -- Tim Tebow and Chris Rix.
Shapiro, who is serving a 20-year federal prison sentence for securities fraud, conspiracy to commit securities fraud and money laundering, says he paid players for the “hit of the game” or “big plays.”
He put bounties on specific players, including former Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow and a three-year standing bounty on Seminoles quarterback Chris Rix from 2002-2004, offering $5,000 to any player who knocked him out of a game, according to Yahoo! Sports.
Shapiro’s claim was confirmed by two former Miami football players.
“We pounded the (expletive) out of that kid,” Shapiro said of Rix. “Watch the tape of those games. You’ll see so many big hits on him. Guys were all going after that $5,000 in cash. [Jon] Vilma tried to kill him – just crushed him – a couple of times trying to get that $5,000. And he almost got it, too.”
-- Shannon Owens - Orlando Sentinel
Source: Tim Elfrink of Brovard Palm Beach NewTimes
Nevin Shapiro Is the Caligula of South Florida's Ponzi Empire
Source: Shannon Owens - Orlando Sentinel
Nevin Shapiro claims he put bounties on Tim Tebow and Chris Rix
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