The George Zimmerman Trevon Martin Second Degree Murder case started out a tragedy, quickly turned into a travesty, has gone onto to be a farce, and as of this moment, could turn into another tragedy of justice, if George Zimmerman is convicted. Does not seem likely, but anytime an individual stands before a jury, any thing can happen.
Whatever one thinks about the case, the Latino Community seems to be at a loss as how to deal with it. As you will see in the following article.
The Latino and Mexican-American partisan groups feel that they cannot turn against the racial pimps and instigators in the African-American camp, but at the same time they cannot totally deny the ethnic heritage of George Zimmerman. So they are quiet on the matter or indulge in a dance of intricate ethnic and racial identity and victimization. Academic and pseudo-scholastic nonsense on a level that Hitler and Goebbels would be hard put to match.
Even as small children, I believe we are all equipped with a BS meter, that can with time and schooling be almost completely inactivated.
So, here is racial gobbledygook at it’s best, or as good as I have seen it,
Oh, and as far as Latino’s not supporting George Zimmerman, the inescapable conclusion is that their leaders have not told them to do so; and Latinos are not that different from other groups in America; like most, they do not think for themselves.
From an article in colorlines
by Mónica Novoa
Wednesday, April 11 2012, 9:36 AM ES
Recently I have been visited by vivid memories from the 80s that played out during the years I attended Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School, in what was known at the time as South Central Los Angeles. I’ve remembered the shock of the Challenger explosion in first grade and how nobody came to talk to us kids about the loss of teacher Christa McAuliffe, even after they hyped her up for weeks. I remember dancing to Cameo’s “Word-Up” in second grade in a pre- flash mob, flash-mob on the playground.
And I remember Mrs. Kaiser’s third grade class, where after reciting the pledge of allegiance every day we’d practice our poem. Every week she would add a line, lengthening perhaps the longest poem any of us had ever tried to memorize in our eight years of life. Eventually, we could recite it all by memory. Soon after, we even worked up to singing it. For many years after that, I only knew it as “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” a poem by James Weldon Johnson.
Story from Infowars on how Zimmerman was set up by race pimps and Federals
Why Did The Obama Administration “Organize And Manage” Protests Against George Zimmerman?
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July 11, 2013
Is the Obama administration at least partially responsible for turning the George Zimmerman trial into such a huge national spectacle? Judicial Watch has obtained documents which prove that the Community Relations Service, a division of the Department of Justice, was sent to Sanford, Florida in late March 2012 “to help organize and manage rallies and protests against George Zimmerman“. This included spending quite a bit of money, arranging meetings between the NAACP and local leaders, and providing police escorts for protesters. Someone needs to ask Obama why the federal government was doing this. A story that should have never made national headlines now threatens to unleash a firestorm of racial fury unlike anything we have seen since the Rodney King verdict. One young man, a neighborhood watch captain, shot and killed another young man. This kind of thing happens in American cities every single night. George Zimmerman says that he did it in self-defense. He should be allowed to have his day in court and that should be the end of the matter. But instead, this thing has been hyped into a massive national spectacle and it is being used to divide us along racial lines. And it appears that we have clear evidence that the Obama administration was involved in doing the hyping.
The documents that Judicial Watch was able to obtain contain some absolutely startling information. Apparently the role of the Obama administration in these protests was quite substantial…
JW filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the DOJ on April 24, 2012; 125 pages were received on May 30, 2012. JW administratively appealed the request on June 5, 2012, and received 222 pages more on March 6, 2013. According to the documents:
– March 25 – 27, 2012, CRS spent $674.14 upon being “deployed to Sanford, FL, to work marches, demonstrations, and rallies related to the shooting and death of an African-American teen by a neighborhood watch captain.”