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03-02-2012, 10:25 PM
When Trey-nigger met Zimmer-mamzer


When niglets playing gangsta meats beaner-kikes with guns what happens?

How about ZOG fuktardation?


Harold Covington
03-28-2012, 03:52 PM
The Trayvon Martin Case for Dummies



Six-foot plus nigger football player cruising gated community looking for car to steal or house to break into. Little beaner spots him and asks him what the hell he's doing there in the middle of the night. Huge nigger jumps on little beaner and starts beating the crap out of him. Little beaner shoots big nigger in de ass. Nigga daid.

Now you know, and you don't have to bother with the rest of this media shitstorm.


POSTED BY THE OLD MAN AT 10:14 AM WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 2012 (http://downwithjugears.blogspot.com/2012/03/trayvon-martin-case-for-dummies.html)


Actually, there's a little more to it. The beaner was actually a Juan Epstein half beaner half kike and the nigger was looking to steal from a fancy gated Jews Only apartheid community in Orlando, Florida. The shooter, Zimmerman, (as in Robert Rimmerman, alias jew hippie Bob Dylan) was probably the son of some media mogul Disney executive with a beaner wife because the jewstizo brat's father wasn't quite upscale enough to buy a kidnapped Russian girl to marry and even a hideous beaner bitch would have been better than marrying some hideous yenta.

12:49 PM (http://downwithjugears.blogspot.com/2012/03/trayvon-martin-case-for-dummies.html?showComment=1332964182973#c2694888853 393624914)

07-13-2013, 10:29 PM
Jury finds George Zimmerman not guilty on all charges



George Zimmerman has been acquitted of all charges in the February 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla.

The jury of six women informed Judge Debra Nelson shortly before 10 p.m. local time Saturday that they had reached a verdict after deliberating for approximately 15 hours over two days.

Zimmerman, 29, blinked and barely smiled when the verdict was announced.

After hearing the verdict, Judge Nelson told Zimmerman he was free to go.

"We're ecstatic with the results," defense attorney Mark O'Mara said after the verdict. "George Zimmerman was never guilty of anything except protecting himself in self-defense."

Another member of his defense team, Don West, said: "I'm glad this jury kept this tragedy from becoming a travesty."

Prosecutors called Zimmerman a liar and portrayed him was a "wannabe cop" vigilante who had grown frustrated by break-ins in his neighborhood committed primarily by young black men. Zimmerman assumed Martin was up to no good and took the law into his own hands, prosecutors said.

State Attorney Angela Corey said after the verdict that she believed second-degree murder was the appropriate charge because Zimmerman's mindset "fit the bill of second-degree murder."

"We charged what we believed we could prove," Corey said.

A court public information officer said that members of the jury had no desire to speak to the media Saturday night. Identities of jury members are currently protected by a court anonymity order.

Supporters of Martin's family who had gathered outside the courthouse yelled out "No! No!" when the verdict was announced.

"Today, justice failed Trayvon Martin and his family," said Roslyn M. Brock, Chairman of the NAACP in a statement. "We call immediately for the Justice Department to conduct an investigation into the civil rights violations committed against Trayvon Martin. This case has re-energized the movement to end racial profiling in the United States."

"We are outraged and heartbroken over today’s verdict," said Benjamin Todd Jealous, President and CEO of the NAACP, in another statement. "We stand with Trayvon’s family and we are called to act. We will pursue civil rights charges with the Department of Justice, we will continue to fight for the removal of Stand Your Ground laws in every state, and we will not rest until racial profiling in all its forms is outlawed."

Around an hour after the verdict, Zimmerman's father tweeted: "Our whole family is relieved. Today . . . I'm proud to be an American. God Bless America! Thank you for your prayers!"

Martin's mother, Sybrina Fulton, tweeted "Lord during my darkest hour I lean on you. You are all that I have. At the end of the day, GOD is still in control. Thank you all for your prayers and support. I will love you forever Trayvon!!! In the name of Jesus!!!"

The verdict came a year and a half after civil rights protesters angrily demanded Zimmerman be prosecuted. That anger appeared to return Saturday night outside the courthouse, at least for some who had been following the case.

Rosie Barron, 50, and Andrew Perkins, 55, both black residents of Sanford, stood in the parking lot of the courthouse and wept.

"I at least thought he was going to get something, something," Barron said.
Added her brother: "How the hell did they find him not guilty?"

Perkins was so upset he was shaking. "He killed somebody and got away with murder," Perkins shouted, looking in the direction of the courthouse. "He ain't getting no probation or nothing."

Several Zimmerman supporters also were outside the courthouse, including a brother and sister quietly rejoicing that Zimmerman was acquitted. Both thought the jury made the right decision in finding Zimmerman not guilty -- they felt that Zimmerman killed Martin in self-defense.

Cindy Lenzen, 50, of Casslebury, and her brother, 52-year-old Chris Bay, stood watching the protesters chant slogans such as, "the whole system's guilty."

Lenzen and Bay -- who are white -- called the entire case "a tragedy," especially for Zimmerman.

"It's a tragedy that he's going to suffer for the rest of his life," Bay said. "No one wins either way. This is going to be a recurring nightmare in his mind every night."

Meanwhile, authorities in Martin's hometown of Miami said the streets were quiet, with no indication of problems. The neighborhood where Martin's father lives in Miami Gardens was equally quiet.

O'Mara, Zimmerman's attorney, said his client is aware he has to be cautious and protective of his safety.

"There still is a fringe element that wants revenge," O'Mara said. "They won't listen to a verdict of not guilty."

Martin's family can still file a civil suit against Zimmerman under Florida's Wrongful Death Act, which requires proof that Martin's death was caused by the negligence of another person or entity. To prove negligence under the statute, it must be shown that Zimmerman owed Martin a legal duty, that the duty owed was breached, and that an injury was caused to Martin by Zimmerman's breach.

Zimmerman was initially charged with second-degree murder in the death of Martin, but jurors could have also convicted Zimmerman on the lesser charge of manslaughter. The jury had asked for a clarification on the manslaughter charge earlier in the evening. The question read simply: "May we please have clarification for the instruction on manslaughter?"

As jurors awaited an answer, Nelson talked to lawyers at the bench and then said court would recess for a half hour. When attorneys returned, prosecutor Richard Mantei said that after conducting research, he would suggest asking the jurors to elaborate. Defense attorney Mark O'Mara agreed.

"Let's get clarification on their confusion," O'Mara said.

The judge then sent a note back to the jury that read: "The court can't engage in general discussion but may be able to address a specific question regarding clarification of the instructions regarding manslaughter. If you have a specific question, please submit it."

The jury also recessed for an hour for dinner, during which they were allowed to continue deliberating. They did not immediately respond to the judge's note.

If convicted, the former neighborhood watch volunteer would have faced a maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted of second-degree murder or 30 years in prison if convicted of manslaughter.

During the day about two dozen people gathered outside the courthouse awaiting a verdict, with supporters of the Martin family outnumbering those there for Zimmerman. One man held a sign that read, "We love you George." A woman lay in the grass in a hoodie, her arms spread, in a re-creation of Martin's death.

On Twitter, Martin's mother, Sybrina Fulton, shared what she called her favorite Bible verse: "Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight."

During closing arguments, Zimmerman's attorney attempted to portray him as a neighborhood activist who shot Martin in self-defense and prosecutors attempted to paint him as a wannabe cop whose misguided suspicion resulted in the teen’s death.

As the jury began their discussions, police and civic leaders in this Orlando suburb went on national television to plead for calm in Sanford and across the country, no matter what the verdict.

"There is no party in this case who wants to see any violence," Seminole County Sheriff Don Eslinger said. "We have an expectation upon this announcement that our community will continue to act peacefully."

There were big protests in Sanford and other cities across the country last year when authorities waited 44 days before arresting Zimmerman.

Zimmerman shot Martin as the two fought following a confrontation in the gated Sanford community where Zimmerman lives.

"Your verdict should not be influenced by feelings of prejudice, bias or sympathy," Judge Debra Nelson told the jury, reading from a 27-page set of instructions. "Your verdict must be based on the evidence, and on the law contained in these instructions."

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

ZOGling whigger ass-clown
07-13-2013, 10:48 PM
NOW I Want To See Justice: Zimmerman Acquitted


The race-baiters are still at it (http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/07/13/george-zimmerman-acquitted-murder-in-trayvon-martin-shooting-death/):

Today, justice failed Trayvon Martin and his family," said Roslyn M. Brock, Chairman of the NAACP in a statement. "We call immediately for the Justice Department to conduct an investigation into the civil rights violations committed against Trayvon Martin. This case has re-energized the movement to end racial profiling in the United States."

Roslyn Brock -- blow me.

There was no "civil rights violation." Trayvon Martin was beating the hell out of George Zimmerman when he was shot in lawful self-defense.

That is what the jury found.

That is what the Sanford Police Chief found -- and he was fired for determining the facts (http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/10/justice/sanford-bill-lee-exclusive/index.html).

That is what The State attempted to unlawfully obstruct from coming into public view, including firing the IT director who blew the whistle (http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/13/justice/zimmerman-it-firing/index.html?sr=sharebar_facebook) on intentional failure to turn over exculpatory evidence to the defense.

But the jury saw through the ruse, saw through the race-baiting and saw a man who was being beaten by a stronger, more-agile man, that George Zimmerman could not at that time retreat, and who therefore had every right to defend himself -- and he did exactly that.

Now I want to see the members of the media who intentionally edited video footage so as to present a false view of what happened sued to beyond the orbit of Mars and then nuked from orbit - just to be sure.

Now I want to see the State prosecutorial apparatus -- and the Department of Justice -- that turned what was a routine self-defense circumstance into an attempted railroading of a man who was sucker-punched, mounted and then beaten "MMA style" by attempting to throw him in jail when he was the victim indicted, prosecuted and imprisoned for that crap.

There were no facts supporting a manslaughter or murder charge.


I said this from the outset of the case -- and those who turned this case into a race-baiting "get whitey" (even though Zimmerman is Hispanic) game need to face the music for what they did including the President of the United States.

The Jury saw through the State's crap and the race-baiting garbage and did its job.

To the jury: Thank you for finding the truth.

Now let's see the rest of the job get done: Justice for George Zimmerman.

Hunter Wallace
07-14-2013, 06:08 PM
Live Thread: NOT GUILTY!!!



Two words: Not Guilty!

Update: Now comes the crying (http://www.salon.com/2013/07/14/white_supremacy_meet_black_rage/).

Second Update: Jared Taylor on the Zimmerman verdict (http://www.amren.com/news/2013/07/zimmerman-not-guilty/#.UeMEhrWIBcU.facebook).

“This was really no more than a huge “racism” hoax, just like the dozens that are shoved under the carpet every year. Except that this time, the con men and their sycophants overplayed their hand. Just as in the Duke lacrosse team rape hoax, they got national media attention and were eventually exposed as vindictive frauds.”


Note: Sorry about not approving the comments. My smart phone has been dead all evening. I’ve turned comment moderation off temporarily for we can celebrate this special occasion. Don’t make me regret it by starting flame wars with each other.



Meercat #1
07-14-2013, 06:27 PM
How is Zimmerman white?


How is Zimmerman white?

He’s as black as Homer Plessy. He’s literally the embodiment of the globalized mongrel. A physically small, brown skinned, Liberal multiculturalist. If the left had a mold to re cast the entire species he’s a good example of what it would look like. I’m living among Danes right now. These people are white, they might even be white supremacists by Tim Wises definition. They do not like third world immigrants much.

John says:
July 14, 2013 at 7:23 am (http://www.occidentaldissent.com/2013/07/14/not-guilty/comment-page-1/#comment-1798435)

ZOGling whigger ass-clown
07-16-2013, 10:42 PM
No Ninth Inning In Politics


In the political world of America today there is no 9th inning, a point in a baseball game where a winner is determined after a lengthy struggle. Unfortunately, in many cases the same happens in our system of justice, at least when politics underlays one’s concept of justice.

George Zimmerman has been found Not Guilty of murder or manslaughter by a jury of six women, one of whom was black. The Reverend Jesse Jackson has called that a miscarriage of justice, stating there was no black man present on the jury to “support Trayvon Martin”. As well he now calls for the federal Department of Justice to pursue Civil Rights violations allegedly caused by George Zimmerman. The Reverend Al Sharpton has called the jury verdict a “travesty of justice”. And of course mostly black protestors were in the street last night, peacefully it seems but still very vocal, opposing the verdict.

Obviously, such reaction within the black community to that verdict was predictable. What is not predictable, and now we will not know for sure, is the reaction outside of the black community to a verdict that could have been Guilty of either murder or manslaughter. Now George Zimmerman can never again be charged in a court of law for such crimes however. But never fear. There is no 9th inning in such matters under our system of American justice today.

I suggest that anyone consider the first 40 plus days after Martin was killed by Zimmerman when a police department failed to charge him with murder. The police stated, emphatically, that there was insufficient evidence to so charge Zimmerman and black protestors went into the streets in protest. The federal government and even the President himself inserted themselves into that controversy and charges were ultimately made against Zimmerman for 2nd degree murder.

Now after a 4 week trial with intense national media coverage a jury has found the same thing as the police department did 1 ½ years ago, insufficient evidence to find the defendant guilty of either murder or manslaughter. Yet even that trial by jury is now deemed “a travesty”, at least in part because a black man was not a member of the jury!!!!

Well, might I ask, if the Department of Justice does bring federal charges of Civil Rights violations, will justice be served if Zimmerman is found guilty of such crimes and imprisoned as punishment by an all black, male jury? Correct me if I am wrong, but I believe Civil Rights crimes are felonies and demand proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Can such proof be established in a federal court instead of a State court trying a man for murder?

If there was strong evidence that Zimmerman was in fact a racist based on past actions as well as racially charged actions or even words on the night of the death of Martin, would not such evidence have been shown in court by the prosecution? The ONLY racially charged words that were offered, based on testimony in the completed trial were from Trayvon Martin, not George Zimmerman. Despite the denial by a prosecution witness that Martin calling Zimmerman an “asshole cracker” was a racial slur, most normal observers would consider such words racially motivated, at least in my view.

Now let’s consider the accusation that Zimmerman profiled Martin. Again, based on testimony, such seems to be the case. Zimmerman called Martin a “punk”. Had in fact he called him a “N…..” instead of just a “punk” then the verdict might well have been different, but that is only my own guess. But such was not the case, Zimmerman using a racial slur to “profile” Martin, racially.

Then we can all engage in “what ifs”. What if Martin had been a white, 17 year old with a shaved head and tattoos all over his exposed skin, in other words a “Nazi” or “skin head”. Would Zimmerman have ignored him and allowed him to wander a dark neighborhood where previous break-ins had occurred? I doubt it, but who knows for sure?

For sure, if Martin had been a “little old lady with a walker” Zimmerman would never have reported her presence to the police and asked for assistance nor would he have followed her. So in some degree Zimmerman did indeed profile Martin. But was it a racial profile or something else that caused him to be concerned about the safety in the neighborhood that he was legally “watching”.

Take it even farther. Should ANY neighborhood watch programs be outlawed? Or do folks want to totally outlaw a member of any neighborhood watch program to carry a gun? Or would blacks simply want to outlaw carrying guns by any “crackers”?

The aspirations for “normal” people, regardless of color of skin, etc. is for anyone to be able to peacefully walk any street, anywhere, at any time of day or night without fear of being “followed”, much less harassed, verbally or physically. Of course that is a reasonable goal for America. But in my view it will be a very cold day in Hell before such utopia becomes reality in all the streets across our country. Just try to walk the streets, alone, at night in any “ethnic” neighborhood if you are not part of the dominant ethnicity in the neighborhood.

And if you are followed by someone “watching” the neighborhood, it makes little sense to show your courage by slinging racial slurs at your follower. Simple prudence would suggest that you merely walk softly, keep your mouth shut and go home as calmly and quickly as possible. No “hey you asshole . . . (whatever), why are you following me???” That may well give you great self-esteem for standing up for your rights to walk wherever you choose, but face it, such can get you killed as well in MANY streets across our land, today, regardless of your race, creed, etc.

Now step back from all the emotions in the Zimmerman Case. Ask what, exactly, was the root cause of Martin’s death. Zimmerman’s GUN caused Martin to die. Yet Zimmerman had every legal right, based on Florida and federal laws to carry such a gun. No gun, no dead Trayvon Martin. Given Zimmerman’s size, weight, etc. he might well have “turned the tables on Martin” and beaten the hell out of him, or Martin could well have pummeled Zimmerman to the point on unconsciousness. But I doubt seriously that any death would have happened. But again, that can now be only a guess by anyone.

Self-defense has always been permitted under laws across America. And if guns are legally carried then self-defense must be legally allowed with the use of such guns, or a legally carried knife or baseball bat, or . . . . To avoid bodily harm to yourself or others while legally defending one’s self, prudence, common sense, and other “normal” actions by “normal” people would suggest never placing yourself in such an environment in the first place, alone, at night in a neighborhood with a high crime rate, etc. And again, if circumstance result in your being in such a place, well “go home” as fast and as unobtrusively as possible is my advice.

Two young men, acting like “macho men” failed to use such common sense. BOTH of them acted wrong, just by being where they were and acting as they did before self-defense came into play. But it would seem to me that if one is charged and found guilty of “stupidity” then BOTH must be held accountable for not acting with common sense. Now go figure out how to “regulate that”, demand that all citizens act sensibly to avoid the need for any defense in the first place.

jewplin Glob
07-17-2013, 10:44 PM
Geoff Caldwell, guest columnist: In Zimmerman trial, media obsessed with race

By Geoff Caldwell
Special to The Globe
July 17, 2013


JOPLIN, Mo. — Two trials, almost two decades apart, both ending in the same two words: “not guilty.”

Both had the nation holding its collective breath while the jury deliberated. Both had millions across that same nation give a collective gasp as they came to grips with the fact that the man they all felt would be spending decades behind bars would, in the next few hours, be walking free instead.

One verdict was delivered 18 years ago this coming November, the other just four days ago.

One was accepted as the rule of law and our nation’s judicial system at work, the other a travesty of justice for not returning the verdict invested parties wanted.

One involved a black man accused of killing two white adults, the more recent a “white Hispanic” man killing a black teenager. One involved the sports superstar-turned-actor O.J. Simpson, the other a wannabe cop, George Michael Zimmerman.

Both involved the race of the accused and of the victims, but only one involved a media obsession with race.

Be it the venerable New York Times, The Associated Press, CNN or the new kids on the block HLN and MSNBC, each has pushed the narrative of Zimmerman the white aggressor against Martin the black innocent.

For reasons still not clear, when it was revealed to the Times that Zimmerman had Hispanic heritage, he magically became a white Hispanic. So desperate were the media to keep the race narrative front and center, a new race was invented to keep it there. That such a misnomer has been so easily accepted as common nomenclature (AP and CNN both are also now using the term) speaks volumes to agenda-driven media.

There is no denying that race is still a major issue in American society today, yet how much of that issue is being exploited for profit by the very same media that claim to lament it?

Does anyone truly believe that MSNBC gave Al Sharpton (of Tawana Brawley, Crown Heights, Duke lacrosse team fame) his own show to further a national discussion on race?

If the Zimmerman trial has taught us anything, it is that, in the minds of far too many network and newsroom executives, there is no better news than race news. And though race news may not be good news — or as in the Zimmerman case not even true news — it is most certainly profitable news.

In less time than Trayvon Martin spent upon this earth, our national media went from reporting on a trial (if it doesn’t fit, you must acquit) to molding it (white-Hispanic Zimmerman “profiled” from the beginning).

So as you watch all those calls for justice and demands that the federal government try Zimmerman on civil rights violations, take pause and ask yourself: Are the media reporting the story? Or are the media driving it . . . all the way to the bank?

Geoff Caldwell lives in Joplin.

jewplin Glob
07-17-2013, 10:44 PM
Travis Hurley, guest columnist: Too angry, not angry enough after verdict in Florida

By Travis Hurley
Special to The Globe
July 17, 2013


JOPLIN, Mo. — As a Caucasian student and teacher of the issues of ethnicity, diversity and a multiethnic ministry, I am left in challenging position by the George Zimmerman verdict.

Based on social media interactions of the past few days, it would seem that I have not gotten angry enough for my black friends, while my white friends think I am making too much of the whole thing.

To my black friends I say: “I realize I will never know what it is like to be a young black man in America. When I walk down any street at any time of day or night, the fact that I am white does not make me concerned about how I will be perceived or treated. When a police officer pulls me over, I always know what I was doing wrong before he or she even asks. And a brief conversation, ending with a warning or a ticket, is all I expect to happen.

“And my expectations have been met every time: No prolonged inquiries, no pat-downs and no searches of my car. Even when I’m wearing a hoodie. And should I ever land in court, I don’t have the fear — real or imagined — that the shade of my melanin will shade the trial or sentence against me.”

Given these fears that my black friends have about law enforcement and the criminal justice system, I can certainly sympathize with their outrage over the tragic death of a teenage boy at the hands of a wannabe officer who failed to obey the police and caused a tragedy as a result.

But is this the case of a racist murderer set free by a biased jury? I am not so certain. There is enough in question about that night to leave open the possibility that Zimmerman was simply well-intentioned, got in over his head and in a moment of panic, in fear for his life, shot Trayvon Martin in self-defense.

Is that what happened? No one but God can be completely certain. But those of us who were not there should at least allow for the fallibility of our own interpretations of the events.

This is why, from the earliest reports of that fateful night, I have urged caution in making this case the poster child for arguments about how our justice system is failing the African-American community. The debate will continue about the culprits for the disproportionately high prison rates for blacks — whether the system is biased against black people or whether black people are simply committing a disproportionate number of crimes — but the uncertainty surrounding the events of the Zimmerman case only clutters the argument.

To my white friends, on the other hand, I say: “Don’t be so quick to dismiss the possibility that racism was at play. We live in a fallen world, and we would be naïve to think that a weapon our spiritual enemy has successfully wielded for centuries has somehow been retired.”

I find it telling that the first people to dismiss race as an issue in the context of a tragedy like this come from the white majority. These dismissive claims, even if true, do not demonstrate an attempt at sympathy or understanding and thus will not help you gain an audience with those who have a history of being treated unfairly because their skin is too dark — let alone build a bridge of reconciliation.

But perhaps that is the most troubling trend I have noticed among so many of my white friends in the aftermath of the Zimmerman case: Reconciliation has not been on their agenda. The celebratory reactions — often seasoned with attacks on Trayvon’s character and generalizations about the “liberal media” — have been a disturbing reminder of how calloused our hearts can become. And given that so many of these friends profess to be followers of Christ makes the lack of gracious, reconciliatory language all the more egregious.

A troubled teenage boy died before he ever had a chance to really live. And now a troubled man must live with all that happened that night and has happened ever since.

God’s heart is grieved by both. Is yours?

Travis Hurley teaches on issues of diversity in ministry for Ozark Christian College in Joplin.

Greg Johnson
07-22-2013, 11:54 PM
Waking Up from the American Dream:

Not Our Victory

by Gregory Hood



909 words

George Zimmerman’s innocence is nothing to celebrate.

It was never about George Zimmerman. It was never about a half-Peruvian, half-Jewish failed police officer. This was always about white against black, race against race, the same existential conflict that has been raging since we traded perfectly good rum for cheap black labor. It was about whether whites as a group have the right to defend themselves against black crime.

The prosecution’s case focused on Zimmerman’s choice to pursue Trayvon Martin.

Zimmerman was a member of his neighborhood watch — his community was plagued by a rash of burglaries, and Zimmerman, in his own words, was frustrated how “these punks always get away.”

Interestingly, Zimmerman himself had a long record of working to help blacks. As a Democrat and a “visible minority,” he was an unlikely target of charges of racism. Despite it all, all the forces of the system mobilized against him, even the President of these United States, who eulogized Trayvon Martin as one of his own “sons.”

What the prosecution was really trying to say was that civic-mindedness is a crime. George Zimmerman took responsibility for the basic security of his community in a way that prior generations of Americans would have taken for granted. Instead, he should have turned away, tolerated petty crime, let it happen and leave it to the proper authorities.

George Zimmerman didn’t. And for this he was hated. For this he was put on trial. Littering Twitter, the Huffington Post, and the other organs of the Zeitgeist were angry cries that if only he had left Trayvon alone, none of this would have happened.

Forget “self-defense.” We’re not there yet — we’re not quite Britain, where self-defense has been all but abolished. This case focused on the question of whether a citizen can confront suspicious youths in their neighborhood. If George Zimmerman had been convicted, it would have been a death blow to the voluntary self-organization that was America’s glory since the days of Alexis de Tocqueville.

The prosecution, having actively (and illegally) concealed the extent of George Zimmerman’s injuries, was remarkably restrained in describing the actual confrontation between Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman. They simply told us George Zimmerman had a duty to die. He approached a black person and thereby forfeited his right to life. It was his role to allow himself to be executed, lest he be accused of “racial profiling.”

Prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda moaned, “Trayvon’s crime was buying Skittles.” He slammed Zimmerman as someone who made “assumptions” that Trayvon Martin was a criminal. “Who started this, who followed who?” he cried.

All of this is nonsense. We know — know with absolute certainty — that Martin was a thug, that Zimmerman’s assumptions about who he was were entirely correct. We know that he was suspended from school and found in possession of burglary tools and pieces of women’s jewelry. And most importantly, because of the pictures of George Zimmerman’s injuries and the testimony of witnesses, we know that Trayvon Martin attacked him. Whether or not George Zimmerman followed or provoked Martin, you aren’t allowed to simply attack people because they are bothering you.

Unless, of course, you are black.

Let there be no confusion, discussion, or debate — the prosecution, the federal government, and the regime’s media are making the case that to simply inquire what a black person is doing is an action worthy of death.

Yet here we are. George Zimmerman has been acquitted, acquitted by an all-female jury. And this does not help. His lengthy trial, his legal bills, the death sentence via mob that he lives under for the rest of his life is sufficient pour encourager les autres (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Minorca_(1756)). But the verdict itself confuses the issue. It tells white Americans — which is to say, the only people who really can claim the title “Americans” — that they still have communal rights. It lets us believe that we still have some right to defend our neighbors and neighborhoods.

The proper parallel here is to “restrictive covenants.” The federal government, in all its power, decreed that white communities are not permitted to maintain the demographic balance of their neighborhoods. The results of this policy can be seen in Detroit, Birmingham, and Chicago. For Zimmerman, the federal government, through its Department of Justice, actively intervened on the side of black racial activists. Although George Zimmerman has been acquitted, his legal battle is not over — if government-approved activists like Al Sharpton have their way, his struggle is just beginning.

Unfortunately, most Americans think it is over. They think the system works. But the punishment was the trial, the ordeal the sentence. Whites who see a crime or a dispute in the street will remember George Zimmerman and walk away. They will go back to watching television, lock the door, and shut the curtains. They’ll turn away and hold to a narrow defense of their own property and person — precisely the position that the American Right wants them to take.

To be a Radical Traditionalist is sometimes to rebel against our first instinct. It was emotionally gratifying to see the acquittal. But we needed him to be convicted to tell white Americans that the System is against them. We needed a media martyr to show Black Run America is not just a slogan, but a reality. We needed George Zimmerman to be convicted for trying to act like an American. We needed a sacrificial victim to wake up whites from the American Dream.

Published: July 19, 2013 (http://www.counter-currents.com/2013/07/not-our-victory/#more-40964)