Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu, son nefesini verene kadar videoya çekip Fethullah gülene yolladılar...!!!
(Kağan kod adlı itirafçı)
Ne kadar fetöcü varsa, koruyup kollayan, teröristle terör yapan, yiyen içen,sıçan kim varsa yaşattıklarını yaşamadan gebermesin...
Justice Kagan: The way you talk about amateurism sounds high minded, but schools that are naturally competitors have gotten together in an organization with undisputed market power to set salaries at far lower levels than if market were set to operate. Aren't you fixing prices?
Çin'in "borç tuzağı taktiğini" Bilge Kağan anlatıyor;
"Çin milleti ile anlaştım. Altını, gümüşü, ipeği, ipekliyi sıkıntısız öylece veriyor. Tatlı sözle yumuşak ipek kumaşla aldatıp uzak milleti öylece yaklaştırırmış. Yaklaştırıp, konduktan sonra, kötü şeyleri o zaman düşünürmüş"
"There's another way to think about what's going on here," Justice Kagan says, beginning a question to NCAA lawyer, "and that's that schools have all gotten together in an organization ... and they use that power to fix athletic salaries at extremely low levels."
#SCOTUS Justice Kagan just told the NCAA's lawyer that he can only ride on the history of amateurism for so long and that a lot has changed in the way athletes have been treated.
NCAA v. Alston oral arguments seem to be heavily favoring college athletes roughly halfway through.
Justice Kagan- why shouldn't we think about college sports as an industry with "undisputed market power who is using that market power to fix college athlete salaries at extremely low levels"?
The NCAA has seemingly done the unthinkable: bring together both ideological wings of the Supreme Court. They’re getting torpedoed from Kagan and Alito lmao
Supreme Court Justice Kagan to an NCAA attorney:
"A great deal has changed from 100 years ago."
Kagan- in response to Waxman discussing the history of the NCAA. "You can only ride the history for so long. Times have changed. Today, this looks like competitors getting together to fix prices for college athlete salaries."
Justice Kagan: The alternate to "awfully high-minded" description of amateurism is looking at this as a group of competitors coming together with "undisputed market power" & using that power to fix athletic salaries at extremely low levels, far lower than the market would set.
MAJOR point here by Kagan-- she does not believe that the evidence in this case shows that lack of pay makes college sports popular or differentiates college sports from pro sports. She says the evidence "proves just the opposite."
Kagan has been the most clearly skeptical of the NCAA's argument that amateurism is an essential piece of their business.
"If that were true, you would have an argument." https://t.co/LgYL9Yaf7I
I see Kavanaugh, Gorsuch, Thomas, Alito, and Barrett ruling for Alston.
I'd put Breyer in the NCAA's corner.
Hard to peg: Kagan, Sotomayor, Roberts.
Disclaimer: Predicting #SCOTUS outcomes is futile, but so are mock drafts.
Andy Schwarz, presented by Envelopes of Cash@andyhre
Elena Kagan bring the FIRE.
Isn't amateurism just a price fixing cartel? Why not think of this as competitors getting together with total market power and fixing prices?
Jusice Kagan to NCAA: "The way you talk about amateurism, it sounds very high minded. There's another way to think about what's going on here...schools have gotten together...& use that power to fix athletic salaries at extremely low levels, far lower than the market would set."
Justice Kagan (another liberal justice whose questions seem favorable to NCAA) asks Solicitor General Prelogar didn't lower courts err by making up an arbitrary dollar amount?
SCOTUS did not come to play with the NCAA today.
"Why does there need to be cooperation on the cost of labor?"
ADYÜ KARİYER GELİŞTİRME UYGULAMA VE ARAŞTIRMA MERK@AdyuVe
ADYÜ Kariyer Merkezi üniversitemiz akademisyenleri ile sektör temsilcilerini buluşturuyor.
🎙️ Torku E-Ticaret Müdürü Muhammet Burak AYKURT
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Elena Kagan is asking the questions and raising the points I have for a decade. She says, "You can only ride on the history for so long. A great deal has changed since 100 years ago in how student-athletes are treated. A great deal has been changed even since Board of Regents."
Justice Kagan doesn't seem convinced that the amateurism bylaw is necessary for the NCAA product to exist. It will be curious if other Justices believe the same. If so, the case is over for the NCAA and the Alston plaintiffs will emerge victorious.
Justice Kagan asks why she shouldn't think about college sports as situation in which schools have market power and using it to heavily restrict compensation
Bunlara cevap verecekseniz Kağan'ın kurtarışlarını paylaşın bunlara o bile fazla ama Uğurcan gibi üst düzey bir kaleci ile kıyaslamak yanlış olur 😂 https://t.co/YrYC9uryMH
Justice Kagan asks whether the $5,900 the district court ruled was permissible as an education award was "taken out of thin air" and whether it was "arbitrary.' Suggests (but just suggests!) that she thinks legal analysis was wrong at least on that issue.
Sotomayor and Kagan are excellent
Breyer is pretty good
Roberts is alright I guess
Barrett, Kavanaugh, and Gorsuch are pretty bad
Alito and Thomas are horrible
Interesting watching Justice Kavanaugh & Alito mock NCAA unpaid "education" especially since after done in public, Clarence Thomas reminds them such a change means they'll have to pay & respect clerks, & Justice Thomas & Kagan write unanimous opinion confirming slave labor https://t.co/GNYPyQBwm4
"Doğu Türkiye" ismi Bizanslılar tarafından Hazarlara verilmiş bir isim.
"Al-Dawlat al-Turkiyya" (Türkiye Devleti) Memlüklere verilen bir isim.
"Türkistan" ismi Fars kaynaklarında, "Tujue" ismi Çin kaynaklarında, "Türük el" ismi ise Bilge Kağan Anıtı'nda geçen bir isim.
Katılıyorum. Liberalizm bizde çok structrualism şeklinde kaldı. Davranış, reel ve bireysel alanlarda çok geride. Liberal akademinin bizde neredeyse hiç olmaması, bu konuda öncü isimlerin olmaması da bu durumda etkili.