Taking on the Narrative – post trial


The trial of George Zimmerman is complete. The verdict of NOT GUILTY has been returned and the BGI or Black Grievance Industry is angry because they are not going to be collecting any of that moolah that they were expecting. Is it any wonder that they worked to get the riots happening around the USA. My point here is that I think that we need to take on the people with their stupid signs and their even more stupid comments such as the one made by the Marxist, Michael Moore.

No Mr. Moore, George Zimmerman was not doing any gun toting. Did you pay attention to the evidence given in the trial?  For the record, the gun carried by George Zimmerman is very light. When he went shopping, and when he was attacked, he had in fact forgotten he had his gun on him. This is the man that took a beating (sorry Rachael we call it a beating), for at least 40 seconds before that gun was fired.  Why is it that you cannot consider the possibility that someone who has become disoriented by being punched on the nose does not have the right to defend himself?

Now for the black woman who is carrying probably the most stupid of all signs when she claims that Truth supersedes the Law. Wrong comment lady. The truth came out in the trial. Have you no curiosity about the truth where the teenage thug Trayvon Martin is concerned? Have you seen his school records? Have you seen what was in his cell phone records? Let me tell you something lady, Trayvon Martin had a penchant for fighting. The text messages in his cellphone tell the real story and they were not admitted into trial. What mattered the most is that Trayvon Martin was beating up George Zimmerman, and more than likely made a death threat prior to him being shot in the chest. The blood curdling call for help tells its own story.

To all of these extremely stupid black and white people (most of them are Marxists), you seem to double down on stupid when it comes to this case that should never have received national attention in the first place. If you want to play the what if game, then let’s start with questions about Trayvon’s parents and their bad parenting:

1. What if Traydemum had been a better mother? What if she had not thrown him out of her house?

2. What if Traydemark had not been suspended from school? Now I can answer that one because if he had not been suspended then he would not have been in Sandford in the first place.

3. What if that Slim Jim found in the vicinity of the incident had the fingerprints of Trayvon Martin on it, would that change your mind?

Here are some more questions for you to think about:

1. Why did Trayvon Martin not return to Brandy’s place? What did he do during that 4 minutes? He did not need that length of time to reach Brandy’s place from the point where he began to run from Zimmerman’s car. What was he doing? Answer that one if you dare.

2. For good measure why did Tracy Martin leave his son alone when he had been on school suspension?

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5 responses to “Taking on the Narrative – post trial

  1. One of our more moderate and thoughtful news people was saying today – – –

    He accepted the fact that GZ had not committed a crime. But he was still concerned that he was somehow “wrong”. He wondered “what if GZ had just stayed in his car and waited for Real Police?”

    Sure, that is a question, but you could also ask a million other questions – about either GZ or TM. Seems like a fruitless avenue of pursuit. What if —, what if —, – – –

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    • these people insist on being stupid.

      George had a right to get out of his car!! He did not follow Trayvon Martin, as in hunt him down and kill him like a rabid dog, he went to look to see if he could tell which direction he went… big difference.

      I am solid in my views on this matter because I have been in that situation aka being followed, not once but three times. The third time was creepy too and it spooked me out, but I worked it out that being spooked on that occasion was directly related to the other two incidents. The worst of those two incidents was in fact the man who tried to get me into his car and I had enough sense to get away from him very fast… and had the fortune to be in the right place to make a quick getaway aka I was very close to a school friends house and I dived in there… I was too far away from my grandmother’s house to get protection by going there.

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  2. Dear Leader Has Spoken

    More healing words from the Post Racial President:

    “The death of Trayvon Martin was a tragedy. Not just for his family, or for any one community, but for America. I know this case has elicited strong passions. And in the wake of the verdict, I know those passions may be running even higher. But we are a nation of laws, and a jury has spoken. I now ask every American to respect the call for calm reflection from two parents who lost their young son. And as we do, we should ask ourselves if we’re doing all we can to widen the circle of compassion and understanding in our own communities. We should ask ourselves if we’re doing all we can to stem the tide of gun violence that claims too many lives across this country on a daily basis. We should ask ourselves, as individuals and as a society, how we can prevent future tragedies like this. As citizens, that’s a job for all of us. That’s the way to honor Trayvon Martin.”

    I also got lost at the part of honoring TM. Why exactly should we be honoring an intimidating, hulking, street punk who tried to break the face of a law-abiding citizen on the sidewalk? I can understand that as a practical matter politicians might be inclined to sugar coat the thing and call for calm. But what purpose is served by continuing to push the exact backwards narrative? Why not just let it drop and fade away? Why keep whipping a dead horse?

    As far as I know, the MSM has yet never shown a picture of TM at 17 with menacing tattoos, etc. They keep showing the “sweet young child”. Even more revealing, they have never shown photographs or sketches of the two side-by-side so we can compare height and bulk.

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    • Don’t you mean a wannabe gang member?

      Trayvon Martin, in the text messages on his cellphone actually said that he was a gangsta.

      You have no idea about how livid I am because Aussie media is continuing to use the image of a 12 year old.

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  3. O/T but REALLY important – – –

    I don’t think you will hear this on MSM until some specific event forces them to cover it. But this may be THE MOST important international event this year so far. May be even bigger than that. It certainly seems like B. Hussein “The Christian” Obama is “on the right side of history” on this subject. Internationally, everything is coming up roses for Muslims and shit for Jews.

    I hate that phrase “right side of history” – – that sounds like passive bystanding — that history has it’s own mind and momentum. What happened to the great statesmen? The righteous leaders who thought they could influence history? Even make history? Is there no concept of right and wrong anymore? Israel needs our help now more than ever. And instead we continue to stab them in the back.

    I dread that something much more specific and much more devastating is about to happen.

    http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2013/07/europes-new-final-solution-eu-redraws-israel-borders-to-1949-lines.html

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