BH Obama released a written statement concerning the verdict of the George Zimmerman trial and it is a statement that reflects that this president is not concerned about a nation divided, if he did he would not have made his “If I had a son” statement. Now he calls for people to accept the verdict, while his DOJ is seeking ways to enact revenge, requested by the racial organization of NAACP [founded by Mary “White” Ovington] …
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.
Of course, the statement does not reflect the fact that Zimmerman acted in self-defense, as the jury who took 17 hours to decide concluded. And, of course, it is also a time for the president to emphasize his agenda to repeal the Second Amendment [without an actual repeal] and take firearms away from citizens …
…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 the country on a daily basis. We should ask ourselves, as individuals and as a society, how we can prevent future tragedies like this. … That’s the way to honor Trayvon Martin.
That’s the way to honor violent behavior that Martin exhibited before his death and his choice to use drugs and allegedly commit burglary or an accomplice for a “friend”. Despite the picture produced by the media [much younger giving public a picture of youthful innocence], his background up to that fateful night is hardly one of a role model for the youth of America – just like the leader of the Black Panthers, an embarrassment for any race.
George Zimmerman also deserves sympathy. He is now, and was so before his trial date, set as a “marked man” – Black Panthers putting a price on his head, like he was some fugitive [police had no trouble locating them when they were ordered to arrest and place charges against him]. Now the ‘New’ Black Panther Party has declared ‘war’. The racial lynch mob ignored Martin’s racial remarks to Zimmerman, and attitude about life in general. Maybe it is because the youth of our society, across the ethnic spectrum, have chosen not-so-positive role models. The ‘good guy’ is “old school” – the gangsta rapper is cool and people like Samir Shabazz are representatives of the black culture. They should not be. Role models should be like Allen West, Thomas Sowell, Larry Elder, Star Parker, Michele Malkin [Filipino legal immigrant married to an African-American, but always depicted as a ‘racist’], Lloyd Marcus, Alan Keyes, Clarence Thomas, Kevin Jackson, and Walter Williams – to name a few.
The President made no mention of how many black youths die in US cities over gang and drug activities, especially from his adopted city of Chicago. What is he doing about that, since he is so insistent in getting involved with civil court cases? Is the media and the racial lynch mob mourning the loss of hundreds of young people like Martin who live lives of violence and lawlessness, usually ending in prison or death?
If a people truly wants to be free, they must ensure they are educated and armed with knowledge to make their way through life – and respect the rule of law and simple moral and ethical values.
No people can ever be free who insist that other citizens pay their way through life, what others work hard to achieve.
No people can be free if they continually depict themselves as victims instead of a people struggling to achieve equality; and that equality can never be achieved by putting themselves above everyone else.
The native American has also received a travesty in our history, but their culture does not allow them to wallow in their sorrow, instead work to retain the memories of their culture while at the same time keeping abreast of what civilization has to offer as citizens of the United States. They do not riot in the streets or whine about victimization. If the native American receives any compensation, in the way of being tax exempt and having liberal hunting and fishing regulations, set by their tribes – it is because the federal government compensates for the countless treaties broken throughout the relationship of European immigrants who populated and contributed to the formation and maintenance of the United States as a nation.
Obama’s letter suggests that he is intending to support the civil rights suit against Zimmerman by the Department of Justice, of which he is in charge of. Obama’s staff has been charged with and proven to be incompetent and above the law – but Obama has done nothing in terms of requesting resignation or firing any of those who have committed ethical and corrupt practices. He is hardly anyone to proclaim the “rule of law” when he, as president, as signed executive orders that are beyond his scope of constitutional power, consistently trying to override due process of the legislative branch. He never considers that it be unethical to have an Hispanic in charge of affairs concerning illegal immigrants [in favor of rewarding lawbreakers] and the continued non-enforcement of immigration laws set in place for definite reasons. Because of decades of not enforcing the rule of law, we are at the mercy of invaders who have permeated our society, and despite breaking our laws, are bold enough to protest in public, claiming that the United States stole property from Mexico and thus they have the right to invade.
President Obama only expressed sympathy for Martin, thus his stance is clear, just as it was when he made the stupid remark in March of 2012: “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon”.
It is clear from the beginning that this is not a case of justice, but an enactment of racial revenge; an attitude that all non-”black” people must suffer for the continuation of slavery, instigated by the political party that chose to wage a civil war rather than end slavery that should not be part of any form of democracy, and certainly not in a constitutional republic, such as the Founders created. The wasteful death of any young person is a travesty – whatever the skin pigmentation or ethnic background they may possess. Martin’s mistake was not saying, “Go ahead, call the cops, I am not doing anything wrong, I am returning from the store with Skittles and a soft drink“. Instead he chose to attack a neighborhood watch person, which led to his own demise. Apparently some people cannot see beyond skin pigmentation, which is as racial as anyone can get. Being a “minority” does not justify being above the law – as we can fully see in this executive administration that the majority of citizens [and those who cheated] decided in the 2012 election.
In analysis, Trayvon Martin was just as responsible for his death as George Zimmerman – and a jury decided that he as justified to defend himself. As the progressives always tell the rest of us when hypocrisy is evident or a nerve is hit when seeking truth – “Let’s move on”. The same society who ignores when a president commits adultery, uses his office to sexually harass females, and has an affair in the Oval Office with a star-struck young lady’ telling America that it is his personal business – is the same society that wants to ignore the rule of law and unethical behavior.
Where is the liberal attitude that it is better to release a guilty person than wrongfully convict an innocent? The same people who cry for revenge are the same people who agree that society/government can allow and control mass infanticide at abortion clinics, and at the same time decry the death penalty for lawfully convicted murderers.
Let Trayvon Martin rest in peace. He did not die because he was “black”, he died because he chose violence instead of addressing the issue with lawful actions. His parents [and society] should be blaming themselves for not raising their son to be so. A president who believes he and his staff are above the law has no right to talk about what is justice and what is not justice.
This incident and case is not a bad reflection upon the justice system, it is a bad reflection upon our society – and Trayvon Martin is a result of that society. This trial is a testament to the Rule of Law, versus the Rule of the Mob that the progressives [Democrat Party] promote.
NOTE: FBI feels they do not have a civil rights case and police officer arresting Zimmerman was forced to do so by local authorities; most likely of fear of the racial lynch mob reactions. In the case of shooting by means of self-defense, a hearing is held to determine whether charges and a trial are necessary when a shooting occurs like the Zimmerman case. Even the former fiance’ who Zimmerman had squabbles with stated that Zimmerman was not a racial person, long with several other people who knew him; indeed, they stated he was religious and a community-minded person. Obama asked for community-minded people in his ridiculous comments after the Zimmerman verdict – and yet didn’t say anything about the lynch party who wanted him convicted just because the person shot was black [and Zimmerman Caucasian-Peruvian descent]. The Smoking Gun released the FBI document that shows the public completely what the jury reviewed when spending 17 hours in deliberation. Gateway Pundit states that the DOJ does not investigate civil matters like this one unless it involves a government official or employee. [Also see: FBI: George Zimmerman Not A Racist – and – A Reason Why Lady Justice is Blindfolded. An excellent review of how Obama may use the death of Trayvon Martin in his zeal to take firearms away from lawful citizens, clearly against the Second Amendment of the US Constitution, which his agenda clearly has ignored and wants to go away – see White House Dossier with Keith Koffler.
Like a protestor’s sign depicted: Enough is Enough.
“Without liberty, law loses its nature and its name, and becomes oppression. Without law, liberty also loses its nature and its name, and becomes licentiousness.”
James Wilson, Lectures on Law, 1790
A free people must understand what freedom is. And in our present situation the law must not be permitted to contribute to the widespread confusion of liberty with licentiousness. Liberty is not an abstract right to do whatever we feel like without regard to the consequences. It especially does not mean this in those areas where the consequence of abuse is to destroy liberty. If we want to hold on to liberty, then we must limit those abuses that will destroy it. We can’t have it both ways. This means that at some level, in the laws of a free society, limits must be set which respect the requirements of freedom.