Thursday, March 22, 2012


At the risk of appearing "racist," here's my take on the Trayvon Martin killing in Florida.  But first, a little propaganda from the Leftist news media...

They are joining the Trayvon Martin crusade by the hour now.

It feels like an echo from another era — when there was racial injustice in the headlines, when federal troops were dispatched to comb Southern swamps to look for blacks who had vanished.

And when lawyers for the NAACP slid into town with briefcases and addresses of safe houses.

It feels like the not-so-long-ago ’60s, back when getting federal authorities to move quickly was often difficult. But this is a different era, however tragically similar the outcome.

The Trayvon Martin story has multiple layers: a black victim, a Hispanic man who did the shooting in Sanford, Fla. In Washington, the head of the Justice Department’s civil rights division, Thomas E. Perez, is Hispanic. The attorney general of the United States, Eric H. Holder Jr., is a black man. The man who occupies the Oval Office, Barack Obama, is an African American. 
First, I'd like to point out that Barack Hussein Obama is about as "African American" as I am. The guy had a Kenyan black father and a white American mother, he was born overseas of questionable nationality, his upbringing was Indonesian Muslim, and he has NO involvement in the American Black Experience.

When American Blacks endorse Obama unquestioningly, they expose their racism, which is becoming more apparent by the day.

What's absurd is that the contributing writers to this preposterous Washington Post article even REMEMBER the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s.  Few militant black activists today have any acquaintance with REAL racism, either.  The most outspoken proponents of "racial justice" have to GOOGLE the Civil Rights movement these days, just to keep their stories straight.

The premise and content of this Washington Post story are RACIST on the face of it, attempting to stir up something that isn't there.

What sort of "justice" is the black community seeking?

American Justice? I don't think so.

When Rev. Al Sharpton made his predictable visit to Florida, black protestors were carrying posters announcing "Zimmerman is a MURDERER"... Pardon, but under the American JUSTICE system, we're all innocent until PROVEN guilty.

What does America's celebrated racial extortionist, "Reverend" Jesse Jackson, have to say about the powderkeg in Sanford, Florida?  Well, unfortunately, Jackson was in Europe this week, so he wasn't on hand in Florida to incite the black community; but he did release his month-late observations to the international press:
"As long as [George Zimmerman] is outside of the court system, the protests will intensify and spill over into other dimensions.  His lack of appearance in the court system is a source of embarrassment and humiliation. He needs to face the court."
On what charge, Mr. Jackson?  On a murder charge?  Where is your evidence, where are the videos, where are your witnesses to testify that Trayvon Martin DID NOT turn and attack George Zimmerman?  Are you suggesting that, if Zimmerman merely faces the court, that's all it will take to avert a racial meltdown in Sanford?

Well, that's preposterous.

You know perfectly well that what the black community wants is vengeance, not justice.  If Zimmerman faces the court (in another venue of his PEERS, which will be an Hispanic jury in another city), he's going to be found innocent of murder — a verdict that will incite RIOTS in black communities across the nation.

That's how black justice works in America: Give us what we want in the quantity we demand, or we're going to go on a terrorist rampage.

No, Zimmerman is NOT a murderer; yet, the righteously indignant black community is seeking "justice" based on a preconceived verdict. Hey, if you want Third World "justice" — which means execution without trial — then pack your bags and go to the Third World.

And where is Barack Obama on this issue?

I mean, when police "harassed" a black professor up in New England three years ago, President Obama was JOHNNY ON THE SPOT to intercede, publicly sitting down for a BEER with the professor in question and the police officer accused of "harassment"... That was a comparatively MINOR offense, was it not?

So, why isn't Barack stepping in to defend the American JUSTICE system in Florida? Yes, the Chief Executive is ultimately IN CHARGE of the civilian community watch program, so where is the Chief Executive in THIS instance?

Oh, that's right.  He's on the campaign trail, making more hollow promises to the liberal imbeciles who elected him last time.

But the president did, finally, weigh in on the Trayvon Martin killing, a month after the fact, with leaders in the Black Community insisting that Obama say something meaningful on the issue:
"My main message is to the parents of Trayvon Martin. You know, if I had a son, he'd look like Trayvon.  All of us as Americans are going to take this with the seriousness it deserves."
Say what?

Perhaps Americans need to take this seriously, but all Obama can say is that the victim would look like his son, IF he had a son?  

Let me tell you something, Barack Hussein Obama, American Blacks seriously see this case as another opportunity to riot and assault and vandalize property and commit domestic terrorism with impunity, which IS going to happen, according to our belligerent friend Louis Farrakhan, leader of the racist Black organization Nation of Islam.

Calypso Louie (Farrakhan's professional name when he was singing sexually explicit songs in the 1950s and 60s) commented on the Trayvon Martin situation yesterday via his Tweet account, saying:
"Where there is no justice, there will be no peace.  Soon the law of retaliation may very well be applied."
Oh, well, nobody takes Farrakhan seriously, right?  He's not a REAL spokesman for the Black Community, is he?

Funny, that's my same opinion of Barack Hussein Obama — he's not a REAL spokesman for America.

But here I've rambled on for 10 minutes about Barack Obama, and I haven't actually addressed the Trayvon Martin case itself.

It goes like this:  On the evening of February 26th of this year (2012) in Sanford, Florida, a neighborhood watch captain, one George Zimmerman, called in a report to the police dispatch describing a hooded black male who was "acting suspiciously" in Zimmerman's neighborhood.  Apparently, Zimmerman tried to approach the hooded stranger, who then apparently ran, and the neighborhood watch captain gave chase on foot.

When the police arrived on the scene, they found a 17-year-old black male, one Trayvon Martin, dead of a gunshot wound to the chest.  George Zimmerman — who is Hispanic and who owns a concealed weapons permit, actually — claimed that Martin turned on him and attacked him, and Zimmerman "defended himself" with gunfire.  Zimmerman's head and face were bloody, and the back of his shirt was wet and smeared with grass stains.

Police thus recorded that a physical altercation had transpired, with Zimmerman struggling on the ground, on his back.

Incidentally, Florida law permits citizens to defend themselves with firearms.

See, now, the story up to this point is well known and documented; and, strangely, the KILLING is not the primary source of the controversy.

The source of controversy is that George Zimmerman was not arrested for this shooting, as the black community of Sanford believes he should be arrested.  Local police claim that there wasn't enough evidence to arrest Zimmerman, and they basically only had Zimmerman's statement upon which to base their understanding of the situation.

There were no other witnesses, I guess.

So, over the course of the month that followed, tension and frustration in the almost all-black population of Sanford was stoked to a bonfire of hatred with anti-white rhetoric, calls for "justice" in the killing of Trayvon Martin, and threats of retaliatory violence.

As I mentioned earlier, the black population of this small Florida town considers George Zimmerman a "MURDERER"... So there's no chance in Hell that anybody is going to find "justice" in Sanford.  The black community wants to LYNCH George Zimmerman; and, if he isn't immediately arrested and convicted of murder, the black community is threatening violence.

Oh, you seriously maintain that the black community wouldn't threaten violence?

Well, the Sanford police chief just stepped down at the height of the controversy and hasn't been available to comment for several days; because, face it, he's had death threats and he's packing his bags and getting the fuck out of town, okay?  He doesn't want to be in charge when a race war breaks out.

The Black Panther Party also printed up and issued "wanted dead or alive" flyers for George Zimmerman.

Of course, the Reverend Al Sharpton quickly involved himself in this ridiculous situation (like other black "leaders," a month after the fact).  Yeah, Rev. Sharpton has always resolved these cases to everyone's satisfaction, hasn't he?  What a bumbling, self-absorbed racist asshole.

According to Sharpton:
"Some people said to me in the media... ‘Reverend, it seems like there’s a lot of people who are angry — are you afraid of violence?’  I said, ‘No. I’m afraid of the violence you already had.’  Violence is killing Tray Martin.  Don’t act like we are the ones violent. We didn’t shoot nobody.”
Pardon me, Reverend, when you say "we didn't shoot nobody," you mean that in this isolated incident with Trayvon Martin, a black man didn't pull the trigger, right?

Because, I've got news for you, Al.  If there is a black man who has been shot to death in America, the majority of the time it's another black man who pulled the trigger.

You're just living in a racist LIE, Reverend Sharpton, and the black population of Sanford, Florida, is obviously ITCHING for mindless violence.

Now, Al and Jesse and Barack need to get their asses in there and start preaching the TRUTH about American Justice, start preaching that George Zimmerman is INNOCENT until proven guilty.

I mean, as you know, I'm no champion of Hispanics.  I'm from Texas, where my 13-year-old sister was raped and psychologically scarred for life by a fucking Mexican illegal alien, okay?

So, I'm a little biased, shall we say, against Hispanics.

But I'm definitely not voicing my opinion in defense of George Zimmerman on racial grounds.  I'm voicing my opinion in defense of George Zimmerman because I believe in American Justice — not in lynching and making death threats against the police and threatening to riot out of pure hate-driven vengeance.

I mean, seriously, look at the FACTS in the Trayvon Martin shooting case... I'm talking about the information and evidence that WILL be presented in a court of law, should this go to court.

We have a neighborhood watch captain, who is also a law student, who ALSO has a legal permit to carry a concealed weapon, charged with MURDER by accusers who can't provide ANY evidence of what actually transpired on February 26th, 2012.

There are no witnesses, no videos, no evidence to support the murder charge whatsoever.

What we have is an adult who is better acquainted with the law than most of the general public, who was legally carrying a firearm, who claims he was assaulted by a 17-year-old stranger in his neighborhood, and who defended himself with a firearm (which is protected under Florida's "stand and fight" law).

You can't say George Zimmerman is a "radical" or a "racist," because he has black family members and friends, okay?  So, when it comes to the "reasonable doubt" part of the defense argument, this case has DOUBT written all over it.

The case will be dismissed, George Zimmerman will walk... Of course, he'll have to leave town, relocate to another state, because his life is in danger in Sanford, Florida, because the incensed black community there wants his head.

In truth, what the black community wants is VENGEANCE, they want blood — and that isn't the American way, folks.

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