Justice for Zimmerman

Gerald Martin, American Renaissance, December 20, 2013

New Zimmerman
Anatomy of a racial frame-up.

Jack Cashill, ‘If I Had a Son’: Race, Guns, and the Railroading of George Zimmerman, WND Books, 317 pages, $25.95.

In this remarkable book about the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case, investigative reporter Jack Cashill recounts one of the most recent and dismal instances of the railroading of an innocent man who, though obviously Hispanic, was considered white enough to be portrayed as a racist killer. Even those who followed the events closely will learn a great deal from this book about what could have been a grotesque injustice.

Cashill

Mr. Cashill also takes a sharp-eyed look at what he calls the Black Grievance Industry (BGI). He explains how long-time “race hustlers” such as Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, politicians such as Eric Holder and Barack Obama, intellectuals such as Harvard’s Henry Louis Gates, and less well-known media figures such as Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart have become arbiters of what we are allowed to say in the “national conversation on race.” Increasingly, this tilts the scales of justice.

Mr. Cashill also describes the white politicians, bureaucrats, lawyers, and media people who collaborate with the BGI and help it pervert justice. He explains how collusion between the BGI and its white collaborators in the cases of Tawana Brawley, Rodney King, O.J. Simpson, the Duke rape hoax, the Pigford settlement, and others have sparked riots, let murderers to go free, destroyed the reputations of the innocent, and bilked the government out of billions of dollars.

Mr. Cashill points out that “blacks commit interracial muggings, robberies, and rapes at thirty-five times the rate of whites,” and explains that this is a legitimate reason to profile by race. He also scorns the media’s refusal to publicize, much less reflect on, the statistics of black pathology.

But the heart of the book is the Zimmerman case. Mr. Cashill begins with a meticulous recounting of events during the rainy night of February 26, 2012 in a burglary- and drug-plagued neighborhood—inaccurately described by the media as upscale and majority white—in Sanford, Florida. Mr. Zimmerman, a neighborhood crime-watch volunteer, called police on his cell-phone to report a hooded figure he thought was behaving suspiciously. After Trayvon Martin realized he was being watched, he first ran away but came back, knocked Mr. Zimmerman to the ground, jumped on top of his chest, and pounded him “MMA [mixed martial arts] style.”

George Zimmerman, the night he shot Trayvon Martin.

George Zimmerman, the night he shot Trayvon Martin.

The only eyewitness to the encounter reported that Mr. Zimmerman screamed for help. Feeling his life was in danger, Mr. Zimmerman managed to draw his legally licensed pistol and shoot his assailant once. The police he had called arrived minutes later. They took Mr. Zimmerman to the police station, where he passed a lie-detector test. The police observed his broken nose and bloody head lacerations, talked to witnesses, concluded that he had acted in self defense, and released him.

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What apparently set the BGI in motion on this case was the reaction of Trayvon’s father, Tracy Martin, to an interview with a police investigator, Chris Serino. Mr. Serino expressed great sympathy over the death of Mr. Martin’s son, and told him he would interview Mr. Zimmerman again, “to catch him in a lie.” This probably gave Tracy Martin the impression the police did not believe Mr. Zimmerman’s account.

In the second interview, police told Mr. Zimmerman there was a video of the altercation. This was a falsehood designed to rattle Mr. Zimmerman and detect if he was hiding something. Instead, Mr. Zimmerman was relieved, saying “I prayed to God someone videotaped it.” Detective Serino later provided key testimony during the trial and admitted he believed Mr. Zimmerman’s version of events.

Tracy Martin, however, was soon saying that Zimmerman stalked and killed his son, only because Mr. Zimmerman was white and Trayvon was black. This was the version sold to the media by “Team Trayvon,” a gaggle of lawyers and PR experts led by Benjamin Crump, a black lawyer experienced in shaking down the establishment. Along with the implied threat of violence if Mr. Zimmerman was not put on trial, they sold the same story to Florida state prosecutors.

Mr. Cashill explains:

Crump understood that the national media were suckers for a story with a racial angle, specifically one that featured a black victim of white injustice. He also suspected that if enough national pressure could be brought to bear, the local authorities would crack [and indict Mr. Zimmerman]. After meeting with Crump . . . [white PR man Ryan] Julison immediately began pitching the Trayvon case to the larger world.

“Pitching the Trayvon case” meant controlling the media images of the protagonists, right from the first press conference:

On that fateful March 7 day, either through reckless indifference to facts or a conscious effort to suppress them, Team Trayvon chose to introduce George Zimmerman to the world as a thuggish white man, a loose cannon, an armed vigilante who preyed on undersized black children. To make this story line work, Crump and his associates also had to scrub Martin’s background and package him as something that he was not, an innocent little boy. They would have remarkable success doing both.

Team Trayvon succeeded in portraying Zimmerman as white, despite his own self-description as Hispanic, and his mestizo appearance. Mr. Cashill wryly notes that after being raised largely by his Peruvian mother and grandmother, and learning Spanish before he learned English, “Zimmerman has more claim to being ‘Hispanic’ than white-raised President Barack Obama has to being ‘black.’ ”

The characterization of Mr. Zimmerman was helped by New York Times reporter Lizette Alvarez, who conveniently invented the term “white Hispanic” for Mr. Zimmerman, which prompted his father’s exasperated observation that for the media, “George must be kept white . . . somehow.” The media repeatedly ran the one photo of Mr. Zimmerman that made him look threatening: a 2005 mug shot from a minor incident with police that was mostly based on a misunderstanding and led to no charges. They distorted and exaggerated anything negative in his background, and ignored his record of community service, and mentoring “at risk” black youngsters in the Big Brother program. These tactics worked especially well with what Mr. Cashill calls the “low information slice” of TV viewers.

George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin, as portrayed by the media.

George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin, as portrayed by the media.

Team Trayvon was just as successful in crafting an image of “Zimmerman’s victim.” The media obliged by repeatedly publishing a photo of a younger, smaller, happier Trayvon, far different from the troubled, foul-mouthed teenager he had become by the night of February 26th. At age 17, Trayvon was four inches taller than Mr. Zimmerman and had a physique similar to that of the boxer Thomas “Hit-man” Hearns at about the age when Mr. Hearns won his first professional fight.

Surveillance image of Trayvon Martin just prior to the incident.

Surveillance image of Trayvon Martin just prior to the incident.

“Pitching the Trayvon case” also meant controlling the evidence of what happened that night and how it was presented to the media. This meant ignoring the eyewitness account of Trayvon’s attack and Mr. Zimmerman’s bloody injuries.

For Tracy Martin, it also meant changing his story. When neighbors called 911, a voice crying for help in the background was recorded along with the conversation. Initially, Tracy Martin told police the voice was not Trayvon’s. Belatedly realizing this undermined his position, he told a national television audience that the voice was Trayvon’s. It didn’t matter to the media that Mr. Zimmerman’s entire family had said from the beginning that the voice was George’s, or that the eye-witness both heard and saw Zimmerman screaming.

The media also made things up. CNN decided that Mr. Zimmerman had used the word “coon” to describe Trayvon during his recorded call to police. “Coon” was actually a burst of static. Even some conservative media accepted the BGI version. Rich Lowry of National Review headlined a column, “Shocker! Sharpton is right for once.” Other National Review writers joined in condemning Mr. Zimmerman.

Mr. Cashill also explains how the anti-gun lobby saw an opportunity to launch a campaign against licenses to carry and Stand Your Ground laws. Linking shooter-of-children and the media’s most hated man, George Zimmerman, to the media’s most hated organization, produced this astonishing headline in the New York Daily News: “Shame on the NRA and its Newest Poster Child, George Zimmerman.” The campaign went nowhere. Statistics showed that Florida’s license-to-carry law resulted in a decline in violent crime, and the Florida governor’s review panel determined that Stand Your Ground was a success, and had not created a “shoot first and ask questions later” atmosphere, as the media claimed.

Meanwhile, Team Trayvon and the BGI put pressure on the state of Florida. The superstars of race hustling descended on Sanford to do what they do best: television. “Old grievance bulls” Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson jostled with more junior BGI members such as NAACP president Ben Jealous for time on news programs, where their demand was always the same: arrest Zimmerman now. The threat of black violence was always present. And on March 23, President Barack Obama announced that “if I had a son, he would look like Trayvon.”

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As Benjamin Crump predicted, the state cracked. Lacking evidence for legal probable cause to arrest Mr. Zimmerman, the BGI and media had created political probable cause. The state of Florida had, it seemed, joined Team Trayvon. On April 11, Special Prosecutor Angela Corey indicted Mr. Zimmerman for second-degree murder in a theatrical, nationally televised press conference with Trayvon’s parents at her side. Zimmerman turned himself in. As Mr. Cashill notes, Angela Corey—up for re-election as State Attorney for the 4th Florida Judicial Circuit—had her “Great White Defendant,” the term made famous in Tom Wolfe’s novel, The Bonfire of the Vanities:

The opportunity to align oneself with the remnants of the civil rights  movement has left many a Republican giddy. Corey [a Republican] was no exception . . . Zimmerman may not have been exactly white, but he was white enough, and she, Angela Corey, was on the side of the angels, the side of “sweet parents” and the “precious victim” and the Team Trayvon attorneys whom she chose to “especially thank.”

The indictment was the high point for the pro-Martin forces. The very next day, celebrity defense lawyer Alan Dershowitz ridiculed the indictment on national television, calling it so weak the judge should throw it out.

But there had been resistance on the Internet before Mr. Dershowitz. Mr. Cashill describes how one group of bloggers at The Conservative Treehouse became suspicious of the media embrace of Team Trayvon. They began digging up whatever they could find on the case, sometimes using the Freedom of Information Act, and even hitting the streets to ferret out facts. As Mr. Cashill notes:

By trial time, this obscure little blog had become information central in “Florida v. Zimmerman.” Florida had on its side the US Justice Department, the president of the United States, the BGI, the entertainment industry, and the mainstream media. Zimmerman had on his side two folksy local lawyers and their aides, an army of bloggers, and most importantly, the truth.

Around the time the “Treepers” became active, a few isolated stories began appearing in newspapers such as the The Miami Herald, in which Trayvon Martin did not appear as a sweet, innocent child, but a juvenile delinquent, with school suspensions for marijuana possession and suspicion of burglary. His social media postings revealed a thug who called himself “No_Limit_Nigga,” bragged about his fighting prowess, and hinted that he was selling drugs.

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Thanks to the work of The Conservative Treehouse and televised eviscerations of the state’s indictment by legal experts, by the time the trial began 14 months later, enough facts had been publicized to justify considerable sympathy for Mr. Zimmerman. Right-wing talk radio and Fox News began to take up his cause. George Zimmerman even briefly come out of hiding—there were death threats against him and his family—to tell his side of the story on Sean Hannity’s program.

As for the trial, Mr. Cashill calls the prosecution’s opening statement an “F-bombing” of the all-female jury. Several times, Assistant DA John Guy repeated Mr. Zimmerman’s complaint during his call to the policed dispatcher that the “fucking punks” who burgle the complex always get away. Mr. Cashill notes that the prosecution’s entire case was based mostly on “scare words:”

[DA John Guy] compensated for a lack of tangible evidence with dramatic incantations of words like “profiled” and “chased” and “semi-automatic” as though these very words proved a hateful intent on Zimmerman’s part.

As those who watched the trial recall, the prosecution’s case started to collapse with its first witness and never recovered. Mr. Cashill assigns much of the credit to Mr. Zimmerman’s lawyers, Mark O’Mara and Don West, for a defense that stuck to the facts, politely but effectively questioning the credibility or relevance of some prosecution witnesses, and refuted claims that Mr. Zimmerman lied, was angry, or was a wannabe cop. But part of the jury’s not-guilty verdict was based simply on the fact that the prosecution had no case. George Zimmerman acted in self-defense against a brutal physical attack.

George Zimmerman with his defense team.

George Zimmerman with his defense team.

In summing up the case, Mr. Cashill makes a number of observations:

  • If the jury had not been sequestered it might well have reached a guilty verdict because of pressure from the BGI through the media and through other ways—including direct intimidation.
  • A jury with more blacks instead of just one black Hispanic would probably have behaved like the 75-percent black O.J. Simpson jury, ignoring the evidence and voting to please the BGI. Or it might have deadlocked, leading to a new trial, with possibly more black jurors.
  • It is conceivable that the prosecution threw the case intentionally, “over charging” Mr. Zimmerman with an unprovable second-degree murder charge to ensure acquittal, and seating a mostly white jury. They may have tried the case only because of pressure from the Black Grievance Industry and for fear of black violence if Mr. Zimmerman were not tried.
  • If not for the “alternative media” of the internet, the old-style elite media of television networks and newspapers would have created such a hostile environment that a fair trial for Zimmerman would have been impossible.
  • In the end, though race was not part of the jury’s verdict, the case was all about one word: white. Making George Zimmerman white made the case fit the Team Trayvon and BGI story. If Mr. Zimmerman had been identified as Hispanic, there would have been no controversy, no media circus, no arrest, and no trial.

The author does not say so, but most of what happened in this case really wasn’t about Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman. It was about sending a message to white people: Know your place.

Mr. Cashill’s background—he has written for the Wall Street Journal, the Weekly Standard, and similar publications—would not suggest he is a race realist. However, he has written a very racially realistic book, and although it is only implied, If I Had a Son has an important message for white people: wake up!

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Gerald Martin
Mr. Martin is a 6th-generation Texan, ex-Army officer, school teacher, and backpacker, now looking for his third career.
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  • Spartacus

    “if I had a son, he would look like Trayvon.”

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    If I had a son, he’d look like Jonathan Foster .

    • NeanderthalDNA

      Whites just don’t do this to blacks. Used to string a few up, let ‘em blowtorch each other to their hearts’ content. Within the bounds of reason and taste, of course.

      But blacks commit 35 times the crimes on Whites as we on them? Wow – this guy must have done his research and used the White to Hispanic rate of incarceration, extrapolated from that to get a real, Hispanic-bleached sense of the situation.

      This stuff just didn’t really happen in the “bad” ol’ days. Whites may have killed more Whites, but when we got liblefty metrosexualized and goody two shoes…

      LOOK AT THE BARBARIC CARNAGE!

      Decimate – one in ten. Nice Roman legion tactic. Works with low IQ violent r-stylers too.

      • Anon

        White people kill far more blacks today than we ever have. We also live more segregated than ever we did under Jim Crow. Many times the number of blacks are in prison than ever before.

        None of this is the problem or a real solution short of overt genocide.

        Gary Kleck’s book is worth a read, although dated. Point Blank is rigorous research on guns and their use to defend against crime. It’s been twenty years and needs to be redone, but, obviously, today, the situation is far more advanced than back then.

        What he found. There was about one gun per person in the US with enough ammo to kill everyone many times over. Over half of American households had at least one gun. Over 2 million incidents a year, a gun was used to “stop” a violent crime.

        That is interesting but leaves several questions unanswered but can be extrapolated from common sense and what else we know about crime.

        First of all. How often was the criminal shot. We don’t know. We have no idea what percentage a gun was simply flashed the criminal left or a gun was drawn and the criminal held at gunpoint until police arrived or how often the gun was fired into the criminal to make him stop.

        Some things we know from other research. If you shoot someone, only a statistically undetectable number do not stop. It doesn’t seem to matter if you hit them with a .22 or a 12 gauge….which is fascinating and extremely important self defense info.

        About one third the time, the person shot is killed instantly. One third the time, they drop to the floor incapacitated. And one third the time they run off. This also doesn’t seem to be an effect of caliber.

        What you carry does not matter. What matters is that you do carry and are proficient with it. But that is another issue.

        Who is on the other end of the gun. We know blacks commit violent crime at 40 times the white rate and robbery at 240 times the white rate. With those numbers I feel very comfortable saying, guns are used to protect against black violence almost exclusively and rarely against others (very rarely against whites).

        Taken together, what does this mean? Guns are common as dirt and spread out widely among the population. No…it’s not a handful of people with massive numbers of guns but at least every other person, probably much more these days. Guns are used constantly to stop violence….2 million times a year is a low end number. We have no way of knowing how many but even if its a small percentage, that is a HUGE number of people being shot in self-defense, almost all of them black. No matter the number, it is obviously far hirer than any time white people “lynched” blacks for crime.

        Blacks stupidly feel free to play “the knockout game” as if whites were safe, limpwristed “victims”. And we are putting them in the ground in record numbers over it.

        Gentlemen. We are at war with black people. Just because the war isn’t covered on TV does NOT mean their aren’t causalities and it certainly does not mean we are not killing the enemy….lol.

        Dealing with blacks and liberals really only involves two things. One….encourage white people to do what we are already doing. Buy guns. Train with guns. Carry guns. I say….mission accomplished. You can thank Obama…gun salesman of the decade for that.

        The other is to make it known how dangerous black people are. Starting to happen. There are REASONS they can’t keep guns and ammo on the shelf and the knowledge of just how much violent crime is going on is one of them.

        What is happening though is white people are starting to notice the cognitive dissonance here. There is lots and lots of violent crime. Yet almost zero white people are criminally violent. But….but…aren’t white people and black people exactly the same, except for skin color?

        Step one….getting the other half of all households that don’t have guns to get guns…..well, on its way to getting done. Step two….getting these new gun owners to notice when they need them. To get them talking about the situations they needed them for. And, as that happens, curiously, they all happen to involve black people.

        • Jesse_from_Sweden

          What he found. There was about one gun per person in the US with enough
          ammo to kill everyone many times over. Over half of American
          households had at least one gun.

          The ammo thing is kind of exaggerated though. In war (maybe not really applicable but gives you some clue) the average number of bullets fired for each killed enemy is something like 50’000-100’000.

          Admittedly, that is with full-auto weapons, but it still shows a little about how much ammo is actually required.

          And the absolute majority of ammo outside of war is used for practice.

          But even when it’s police officers doing the shooting, who should be doing it under fairly similar conditions as armed civilians facing criminals, their hit percent isn’t all that good. And they have a lot more training with firearms and in handling stressful situations than most civilians.

          http://wwwdotnytimesdotcom/2008/05/08/nyregion/08nypd.html?pagewanted=print&_r=0
          New York City police officers fire their weapons far less often than they did a decade ago, a statistic that has dropped along with the crime rate. But when they do fire, even at an armed suspect, there is often no one returning fire at the officers. Officers hit their targets roughly 34 percent of the time.

          And this is without suspects returning fire, meaning they probably use their weapons in less stressed situations and with less risk for their lives than what armed civilians are likely to face when they use their weapons.

          • Young Werther

            You all don’t have guns in Sweden do you? How is that working for you now?

        • Jim

          Some valid points in this comment, though I may not agree with everything that was said. I do believe that the Trayvon incident was turned into a media circus because blacks activists (and their liberal white enablers) were alarmed by the increasing number of justifiable homicides, incidents where whites legally killed blacks in self defense. These shootings took place because of the recent mass issuance of concealed carry permits – millions of them – to a largely white civilian population.

          The activists had been waiting for an anomalous incident were the circumstances were legally dubious and not clear cut, and they could therefore try to characterize all cc permit shootings as suspect and racist. The problem was that Zimmerman wasn’t white. But no problem, he was close enough, and they could get a complicit media involved to try to convince people otherwise.

      • Young Werther

        I agree, it is so obvious that whites just don’t do that.

    • Young Werther

      jesus h christ…

    • Young Werther

      I don’t doubt for a moment this happened, or has happened in many forms, many times…but this particular image, did you create it?

    • Shadrach

      Where is the media outrage!? The cries for Justice!? The News Coverage!?

  • Strike_Team

    If I had a son he would not look like Trayvon. However, I have arrested a lot of sobs who looked like Trayvon. And acted like Trayvon.

    I have no doubt that even had this incident never occurred, or if it had come out differently, with Trayvon knocking Zimmerman out, not killing him, that eventually young Mr. Martin would have killed someone down the line. But I do think Trayvon would have killed Zimmerman if Zimmerman had not shot the perp. If Zimmerman would have been knocked out, then Trayvon would have caved in his skull or found Zimmerman’s gun and shot him with it. That’s how these types of things usually go.

    I do think Mr. Zimmerman should have stayed in his car. I don’t doubt he was trying to do what he felt was the right thing, but most people have no idea how dangerous these feral beasts are. These creatures are not courageous and it’s not going to be a standup fight once you decide to go in. It won’t be put up your dukes with the three knockdown rule in effect. No matter if they are alone or in a group, they will try and dry-gulch you. At best you will be on your tail before you know what happened.

    • MikeofAges

      Zimmerman had law enforcement aspirations, and was trying to score a “hit” in the furtherance of his career goals. That’s why he got out of his vehicle and tried to maintain visual contact with Martin, rather than leaving it to the dispatcher and the police.

      Once Martin jumped him, Zimmerman acted with some restraint, really. He apparently let Martin whack on him hoping the police would arrive soon enough. He only shot Martin when Martin saw his gun and threatened to disarm him and kill him. Still, Zimmerman had limited qualifications for his prospective career, and some possible red flags on top of that.

      Bottom line, he was 28 years old already and was not yet working in law enforcement. He lacked a good physique. His communication skills may have been poor. At his age, he had been unable as of yet to finish an associate degree in criminal justice. Given the fact that he was a poor prospect for a law enforcement career and had a credible job already in the private sector, why was he all hyped up about law enforcement?

      Martin was a known type, not really different from the corner boys of the Studs Lonigan era or the James Dean youth of the 1950s. This type comes from the bowels of the American lower middle class and usually is the product of a pretentious, but ultimately ineffectual father. Very often, one way or the other, the type comes to an early bad end. Accidents. Fighting. Alcohol and drug abuse. Retributive violence. Other misadventure.

      Nothing new under the sun.

      • Strike_Team

        I’m aware of what Zimmerman hoped to be, what he was doing. I still think he would have been better served staying in his car. His ignorance almost had him killed. Most police officers and just about anyone who grew up around non-whites would have had it in mind that Trayvon might be hiding in the bushes. It really is predator vs prey when dealing with these people. You have to think proactively, be prepared for them to suddenly attack, and you have to be ready to use violence as a tool. Because that’s what it is.

        • Anon

          I don’t know how to put it more clearly. In that situation, I have a right to get out of my car and kill Martin. Police do not have a right to tell me to stay in the car. Considering the teeny, tiny amount of crime stopped by law enforcement vs the vast majority of violence stopped by the private citizen with guns, that is overwhelming the wise and just thing to do. Only in failed liberal bastions do police pretend it’s otherwise too.

          • Jesse_from_Sweden

            They do not have the right to tell you stay in the car, true, but you DO NOT have the right to get out of your car and kill him.

            Especially since at that point, Trayvon hadn’t yet done anything except looking suspicious.

            Police told him to stay in the car because they wanted to avoid the possiblity of it turning out the way it did.

            It’s quite likely that Zimmerman had done this thing several times before, except that he was never attacked those times.

            It is after all a very effective crime-fighting tactic to simply keep an eye on suspected criminals, letting them know that someone has seen them and noticed them and will remember them if the police asks.
            Criminals don’t like witnesses and witnessing a criminal before he commits a crime is quite likely to cause him not to commit it at all.

            A neighbourhood with watch volunteers who act like Zimmerman, keeping a tab on people who look suspicious and following them will reduce crime quite considerably.
            But the police don’t like it when these “cop-wannabes” do just that, essentially being witnesses and preventing crime rather than acting against a crime in progress (which is what police officers do). They don’t like it because they dislike when someone does anything that incringes on “their territory” and that results in “racial profiling” (which following suspicious persons tends to be very close to, due to crime statistics). And they don’t like it because it might turn out like it did in this case, and a murder/self-defense case is a lot more trouble for the police compared to a couple of burglaries.

          • Young Werther

            I am reminded of and old saying:
            When you argue with a fool the onlookers can’t tell the differencel

          • Max Krakah

            he has the right to get out of the car, he has the right to kill someone that is threatening his life. You string the two together to give the impression he said something he did not mean. He meant he has the right to get out of his car, and then to defend his life with deadly force if he needs to. Zimmerman DID NOT get out of the car to confront TM. He did NOT know where TM was. He thought he would be safe if he got out of the car.

          • Jesse_from_Sweden

            How would you string together the sentence ” In that situation, I have a right to get out of my car and kill Martin.”?
            If you read my entire text instead of just the first paragraph, then you might get what I actually mean.

          • Svigor

            They do not have the right to tell you stay in the car, true, but you DO NOT have the right to get out of your car and kill him.

            Well, yes, when we put it that way…

            Obviously citizens have the right to follow people through their neighborhoods, and the right to defend themselves with deadly force if attacked and in fear for their lives.

          • Jesse_from_Sweden

            Did you bother reading more than just the first paragraph of my post?

            I’m guessing not.

          • Young Werther

            *I don’t know how to put it more clearly. In that situation, I have a right to get out of my car and kill Martin*
            (really? why don’t you do it. You just don’t get it do you?)

          • Strike_Team

            Who is talking about rights? I stated Zimmerman should have stayed in his car. He wouldn’t have been attacked. He was almost killed. His naivety is what almost had him killed. An aware person, especially most cops, would have been aware that someone like this could possibly be hiding in bushes, behind trees and would have moved forward with that in mind.

            You are also dreaming about the “right” to go and kill Martin. Zimmerman had the right to shoot Martin because he was defending himself, because he rightly believed his life was in danger. If you get out of your car and a Trayvon steps out from the bushes and you blast him, you had better have a good story or an unregistered back-up gun to toss next to the body because you will be convicted of murder otherwise. Not that I necessarily agree with that, we know what these types are actually up to wandering through neighborhoods, but be aware the laws are stacked against you, against whites.

            I admit a lot of the bravado posturing gives me a laugh. As tough as anyone is, it is best to avoid confrontation if possible at that moment, as you do not want to end up having a jog through our “legal” system if you are white. If you are in a situation where you know violence is your only way out, then hit first, shoot first. Do NOT wait until the other person does something. The reason so many whites get hurt is because they hesitate, they think about it. These sociopaths do not. They know they have to hurt you, so they do it. They don’t ponder it. They think “I have to crack this guy over the head,” and that’s what they do. You need to think along the lines of “I know this guy is going to attack me, I need to crush his windpipe,” and then do so. Then you get out of Dodge.

          • newscomments70

            If, hypothetically, I do crush a muggers windpipe, should I leave or should I call 911?

          • Bunky

            I recall seeing a bumper sticker shortly after the Zimmerman arrest.
            “I Don’t Call 911″ is what it read.

          • Strike_Team

            To be honest? Unless you’re surrounded by a bunch of people, leave. Walk away. Don’t call 911. Go home. Go have a beer. If no one is around, leave. Unless you need an ambulance for yourself. If you have to call the police, and the mugger is definitely going to succumb to his wounds, if you say anything, say you were scared for your life, you had to defend yourself. That’s it. Stick to that. You have nothing else to say.

          • David Ashton

            I thought he did go back to his car as the police advised, but it’s a while since I filed this material. Glad to see a book on it – brilliant.

          • Svigor

            I don’t think Zimmerman got out of his car in pursuit of his own best path to safety. He got out of his car because he was in pursuit of keeping his neighborhood safe.

            Sort of how cops could avoid being shot, stabbed, or beaten by choosing a safer profession.

        • tlk244182

          May I suggest you do a blog about street tactics. I would be interested in learning more about what to expect, since I’m convinced law and order is deteriorating in the metropolitan northeast (where I live) and I cant move just yet.

          • Strike_Team

            I and a few others have been considering that. I can’t tell people to rely on law enforcement because should a collapse hit, police forces will be directed to protect the “wrong” people(s) so to speak. At first. As things deteriorate, police forces and the military will sort things out among their own. But until then whites will have to look out for their own, and be ready for Uncle Samuel to look for or manufacture excuses to go after whites. Sure, the govt. does this already, but if things are in complete chaos, imagine what it will try to pull. Imagine what someone like that idiot Holder would do, especially with his masters whispering into his ear that he has carte blanche.

          • Svigor

            It would be silly to rely on law enforcement under the status quo, never mind a collapse. When seconds count, they’re minutes away. And their job is to arrest people and send cases to the prosecutor.

        • Young Werther

          Yes,Z should have stayed in his car. What a dumb-ass. I predict Z will end up in jail for a while or dead, most likely by a cop. What a loose cannon, and his stupidity has caused the beatings, not to mention deaths, of whitefolks across the country.

      • Lt_Greyman_NVA

        Gee Mike, I never considered Law Enforcement as a Career and I would have shot Trayvon too as he beat me. In fact, being White and knowing what I know now, I would have taken the dead Trayvon and tossed him in a Dumpster.

        Shoot, Shovel and Shut Up.

        • MikeofAges

          Zim didn’t have that option. He’d called 911 already. And he was known to the police. You’ll never convince me he wasn’t, in the end, a slice short of full loaf. That has nothing to do with who Martin was. Martin was a bad kid for sure.

          Anyone black or white liberal who excuses thuggery because the thug is black is a fool. Dameon Williams, the 21-year-old thug who hit white trucker Reginald Denny in the head with a rock during the Rodney King riots later killed a middle aged black man who was his drug connection. The teenager who killed a Seattle eccentric known as “Tuba Man” later killed a 30 year old black man in a Bellevue, WA night club. By then he was 19 years old and legally an adult. He apparently has not been tried yet.

      • Anon

        Don’t know what point you are making except that Zimmerman was, in fact, offered a uniform, a badge and a position in law enforcement….and turned it down. Such claims are just lies.

        Zimmerman was doing what he was doing because he was a liberal jackass. Like his wife, he believed black people were just like everyone else. He thought diversity was a strength and lived in a diverse apartment complex in a diverse neighborhood. He spent all his private time, tutoring poor black kids at the local school. He believed in that stuff. He, ummm, got an education.

        Zimmerman was patrolling his complex because there had been a number of home invasions that year. His poor, unwed, “diverse” women of his apartment complex were vulnerable and afraid of being murdered and Zimmerman was out to protect them. These same women turned on him like vicious hyenas (which is what they are) when he killed one of their gods. In liberaldom, the worst sin you can commit is to kill a black for any reason. They went out of their way, making up lies, to get him. Being retarded children, they each got caught red handed.

        The real lesson here was what Zimmerman’s wife did. What happened forced her to choose between loyalty to her husband and her liberal worship of black evil. I am sure Zimmerman was “surprised” which she chose. I was not. And it is this issue that heralds the DEATH of the American way of life. The frightening this is what happened next. Zimmerman saved a family from burning to death under a car that had rolled over on the highway. They spit on him after they found out who he was. Saving their family was unimportant to them when compared to killing a beloved evil black person. And, before you ask, they know Martin was evil….know he was not some child out for soda and candy….know he was a drugged out, robbing, murdering psychopath. That is WHY they worship him.

        Then there was that liberal fanatic chick who went so far as to track him down and become his lover, in the hope that she could trick him into something he could sent to jail for. She was just a little too eager to jump on that and tried to sell her story about what he supposedly did….two months before he supposedly did it. Anything is OK to punish someone who harmed a beloved evil black god like Martin.

        • MikeofAges

          I have never heard of Zimmerman having been offered any law enforcement job. If there is any documentation of this, I need to know where to find it.

          I believe that Zimmerman was legally not guilty of the crime he was accused of, but my opinion was and remains that he is a person of limited capabilities. He had a good job particularly for person of his educational level, and he should have stuck with it.

          Martin was a young man of a type who has always come to a bad end. Even white kids like him, and there are and always have been some, come to bad ends.

          • Sasquatch

            He was referring to the “citizens on patrol” role Zimmerman was offered by Wendy Dorival the NW coordinator for the SPD. It would have involved some sort of uniform and something to put on his car, and a little light even I think… I can’t remember all the details. He declined.

            Anon made some good points for sure but he also played a little fast and loose with some of the facts, like when he said Samantha Scheibe was a liberal who deliberately got in the relationship with GZ to set him up. That’s possible but unproven. They’d apparently known eachother since high school and while she clearly engaged in some psycho behavior (lying about being pregnant with his child, seemingly very strong possibility of lying about him threatening her to get him in trouble with cops, greedy attempts to sell interviews and promise GZ’s presence when he hadn’t agreed to it, etc.) there is no evidence I’m aware of that she was setting him up right from the beginning of the relationship. They’re back together now and such… so, I think he’s just a dim bulb with some issues who tends to end up with other dim bulbs with issues. People addicted to drama. Then again, apparently his marriage was healthy and uneventful for seven years. So who knows?

            Regarding Zimmerman’s actions on the night Trayvon died… I spent a long time thinking he had acted stupidly or wrongly at least to some degree, but in the end I came to the conclusion best supported by the evidence: he did nothing wrong that night.

            He got out of his truck because he was being asked which way Trayvon ran and he no longer could see Trayvon. He thought Trayvon had high tailed it and yes, it was stupid of him not to consider that Trayvon might double back as he did, but not all that stupid.

          • MikeofAges

            Good follow up, but I think the 911 dispatcher told him to stay in his vehicle. My estimation is, he was hoping to score a bust which would propel him into a law enforcement career. Dreams die hard.

          • Sasquatch

            I respect your opinion but I have to disagree. I paid *ridiculously* close attention to this case and I know the facts like the back of my hand, so just a couple of corrections/counter-opinions:

            1.) He was already out of his vehicle when the dispatcher (a civilian phone operator) of the non-emergency (not 911) call suggested to him “we don’t need you to do that” – which Zimmerman said “okay” to and he claims he did in fact stop doing anything which could reasonably be considered “following” from that point on. Mind you, all the evidence (witness, physical, timeline) supports this claim. It appears he ceased all movement in the direction he’d seen Trayvon go at that point. He was on the phone call for another 2 minutes and during that entire time the dispatcher never expressed concern that he was still out of the vehicle, and never revisited the issue. The ended the call on pleasant terms. But again, the most important point is that he was never told not to get out of his vehicle, nor was he told to go back to it. The vehicle was never mentioned by the operator and GZ was already out of it when the suggestion was made.

            2.) He had already applied to be a cop a few years earlier and was turned down for bad credit history/score. He says he had put that goal aside and was instead focused on trying to become a judge like his father had been. I don’t believe he had any further wish to be a cop, and I think he had accepted that he wouldn’t get hired as one. I don’t think he ever desired to come into direct contact with Trayvon, but I do agree he hoped to create a situation where Trayvon was forced to answer to the police about what he was up to. I don’t believe he was prepared to do anything more in this goal than just doggedly trying to keep a visual on him, though.

          • MikeofAges

            To me the whole situation was just a meltdown all the way around. Zim should have prudently refused to follow the subject (Martin), and left it to police to locate him. Martin should have not come back. And should not have jumped Zim. What happened after that, I think, is the following. Zim was capable of grappling with Martin, but did not because he had a gun on him and could have lost control of it in a grappling match. So he chose to just let Martin whack on him hoping the cops would show up. Only when Martin saw Zim’s pistol and threatened to disarm Zim and kill him did Zim act in self defense.

            Most of the time, these kind of encounters do not end in serious violence. The tragic irony of the situation is that if there had been a non-violent outcome of the Zimmerman-Martin encounter, Zimmerman might have befriended Martin and might have tried to help or at least counsel him. In my mind, one of our great problems is that we do not have real apprenticeship for young men, especially adolescents who are either limited in their educability or who have trouble relating to school. Apprenticeship in various forms has been the norm throughout human history, the proven way to manage young men. In early America young males went to work at 12 years old and into full time apprenticeship at 14. That was true both of blacks on the farms and plantations and of white youth. We think we can alter the proven facts of human existence, and look what we get.

      • Jesse_from_Sweden

        Actually, I once saw an interesting map over the area, with lines and places plotted out where things took place and with timestamps over known events.

        What is quite apparent when looking at it is that Zimmerman follows Trayvon in his car, Trayvon apparently notices this (or maybe notices it afterwards) and goes in between houses on a small footpath where he can’t be seen from the road.

        Zimmerman waits a little, while talking to the dispatcher and then gets out of his car to just walk over and look down the footpath to see where Trayvon went.

        Apparently however, Trayvon didn’t go anywhere, but was hiding the bushes, just as you mention in your next post.
        Because the crime scene where the fight happened is well within view of Zimmermans car, meaning Trayvon had to have turned back around and most probably ran after Zimmerman, chasing him down.

        He probably wasn’t thinking that he was following him, and not going for a confrontation, but was only trying to get a look at where he disappeared off to.

        • MikeofAges

          There’s not too much dispute as to what happened. The evidence is overwhelming that Martin attacked Zim. If this unlikely episode had not taken place, Martin very likely would have gotten into it with somebody eventually and probably hurt or killed them. Could have been black, white or anything. Young or old. Even female, who knows. I started out with the argument that Martin was of a type that often comes to an early and bad end. I’ll end it right there.

      • negrolocaust

        “He lacked a good physique” …? zimmerman was buff when that happened and have you seen the latest police recruits? they look like a bunch of mta bus drivers. if you are a white male don’t even bother to apply unless you are homosexual or transgendered.

        • MikeofAges

          Most of us were far from the events. I have the impression Zim was not in superior shape, and, in any case, he was in street terms a small guy. I assume, though, that he was physically capable of grappling with Martin, but did not because he could have lost his weapon had he been rolling around with the attacker. To me, it seems like Zim was hoping the police would should up before he was gravely injured or had to use his weapon. I keep on saying that Martin was a kid of the type who has forever been at risk of coming to a bad and early end.

          Anyone interested in prevention before the fact, and I count myself as one, should remember what the traditional pillars of society are. Family, community, work, nation, God. Maybe the affluent and the wealthy can get away with worshiping at the Church of the New York Times, but even they don’t always do so well under that regimen truth told.

          If we collectively have any guilt or accountability, it is due to the failure to maintain a society the ordinary human being can live in. But we do have enemies, those who believe the answer is liberation ideology, New Ageism and the promotion of the belief that everything non-white, non-modern, and non-Western is superior to what is Western. This is particularly of concern to blacks because the only thing that can save them is the unqualified embrace of Westernism — Western prosperity, Western community structure, Western religion, Western education, and learning and properly using modern Western languages.

          • John R

            Good points! Thank you. The only time in history where blacks behaved reasonably well, was when they were under the control of White slave masters, and later, in the Jim Crow South. Blacks left to their own devices, invariably degenerate into their natural violent selves.

          • MikeofAges

            I’m not that extreme. I remember the 1950s and 1960s. That was when industrial jobs were plentiful and available even to a man with a “record” who seemed willing to live by the rules. In the North, many blacks seemed to do very well back then and race relations under the mantra of non-violence often were pretty good considering the many white Northerners of Continental European ancestry were completely unfamiliar with black culture.

            Then came the Rust Bowl, the installation of the Affirmative Action system and rapid transition to a service and knowledge economy. As with whites and others, those blacks who were equipped to work in the service sector, middle management and professions did well, while everyone else just started to sink. Blacks more than anyone.

            How this transition was arranged, I don’t know. But I don’t think it just “happened”. So I don’t blame blacks for being terminally disaffected. That old saw about “the last hired and the first fired” might have a bigger arc than people think it does.

          • John R

            You’re talking like a liberal. Back in the 1950′s the large cities in the North were still overwhelmingly White. And the Whites back then were not beaten down like Whites are today. There was no legal Jim Crow in the North, but there was an informal control over the black population. The blacks, in most cases, “knew their place.” As their numbers increased, and as Whites became more liberal, they begin to get more bold-just like any other species of dangerous primates. And black crime has NOTHING to do with economic opportunities: That is B$%^SH*&! You do not rob, rape, sodomize, torture, murder people because you are poor. If poverty caused crime, then, why aren’t homeless people attacking passersby right and left? Because they are mostly older guys who just have mental/drug/alcohol issues, that’s why. But the “flash mobs” were organized by “teenagers” on “social media” sites! Yeah, these “poor” kids have access to the fricken Internet! Poverty? My azz! No, my friend, stay on this website, please. We have still much to teach you. Not that extreme? Yes, you are: You cling to the extreme position that races are all equal, and poverty causes crime. That is Cultural Marxism.

          • MikeofAges

            I think you just plain misunderstand my position. If you are saying that I see social pathologies as an issue, you are correct. But I do not see the same ones liberals see.

            We are talking about people who cannot maintain their own communities without the help of an outside lifeline. The reasons are several, but the point I always go back to is that American blacks are strongly oriented toward wanting to work for institutional employers. Unlike Hispanics and Asians, with limited exceptions they do no run their own independent community businesses, so their earned money does not circulate around their own community a little before it leaves again. Not only that, but, again with limited exceptions, even if there were black owned businesses, no one else could go into the black community to patronize them, to buy furniture or appliances for example, even if they wanted to.

            In my estimation, anything that has taken from blacks the ability to maintain their employment however limited the skill level was bound to do damage.

            My basic cultural argument is that the pathologies of black culture are those of the lowest rungs of the lower middle class rather than the pathologies of poverty. This is a novel idea, and one likely to be unnerving to liberals, since the implication of it is that the solution to the social problems of race, and even the social pathologies afflicting whites and non-black minorities, is simply to move people from the low rungs of the lower middle class to the upper rungs of the lower middle class. Lower middle class society is very culturally conservative. Its pillars are the family, the community and its institutions, God, and the nation.

            Much changed in American after 1970. Before that, things were going in the right direction. After that, the service and knowledge economy came in, with those who could maintain themselves in middle management, skilled service occupations and professions doing well. Those who could not sank as industrial jobs were lost in large numbers.

          • Major

            That last paragraph is a Pulitzer winner. Thank you….Bravo…excellent.

          • MikeofAges

            I have actually worked as a reporter. The Pulitzer Prize is a piece of junk as far as I am concerned. I’m long out of journalism, but I still am working on writing other things. If I was awarded a Pulitzer, and I wouldn’t be even I produced work that merited it, I would turn it down. I’m not going to kowtow a bunch of narcissistic elitists who get talented people to jump through hoops by handing out a cup of magic beans. And are leftist ideologues on top of that.

            Nothing against beans, of course. I should eat them more often.

          • Major

            Still…I insist on the Thank you. You might inquire here about continuing with your obvious talents, perception, outlook and opinions.

      • Funruffian

        Your analogy of Trayvon and James Dean is warped and incongruous with just about every description I’ve encountered. Nobody here really cares about Zimmerman’s career aspirations. All we care about is that a guy like him wasn’t unjustly indicted.

        • MikeofAges

          The analogy I used was to “the James Dean Youth of the 1950s”. Gratuitously violent. Aimlessly self destructive.

          Little or nada to do with James Dean personally. I lived in Oakland in the early 1990s and saw these kids up close. They were not utterly derpived and motivated by racial grievance. They were utterly lower-middle class rebels without a cause. In America, the type always has used racial and ethnic grievance as cover for its violent delinquency. Where in the world that it not available, then class substitutes.

          Hate to break the news to you, but social psychology is pretty universal.

          • Martel

            Its what I always say about Hitler, he didn’t actually hate Jews, he simply was a “James Dean” type, gratuitously violent, aimlessly self destructive. A rebel without a cause if you will.

            I have been using your insights in my recent conversations with Louis Fharakkan, it turns out he actually LOVES white people!

          • MikeofAges

            James Dean was a romantic rebel, or at least a perceived romantic rebel. The “James Dean youth” to whom I alluded were something different. Much has been written about the “type”. My favored analogy is what I called “the cornerboys of the Studs Lonigan era”. I tossed in the “James Dean” thing not because I thought it was the most exact analogy but because it was something I thought people would be more familiar with.

            You and others are just missing the point entirely. The idea that violent black youth are far more often the product of dysfunctional lower middle class families than of a welfare and housing project upbringing is an important idea, and one that ought to be pushed into the mainstream if at all possible to do it. It is a powerful counter to the unrealistic view of black life in America which now prevails. America might finally be ready for it.

          • Martel

            That’s true , perhaps an interesting angle for Taylor to pursue.

            . I don’t believe Blacks are devoid of racial grievances though(just not the ones they claim), co-habitation invariably results in racial grievances and the best way to destroy the myth of multicultural utopia is to show the entire proposition is impracticable, requiring immense effort and substantial political concessions and subsidies to avoid an escalation of ethnic tensions.

          • Svigor

            Violent black youth are far more the product of black behavioral genetics than socioeconomic background.

          • MikeofAges

            Still, you can improve the situation. You need plausible goals though. Moving people into the stable elements of the lower middle class is a plausible goal. Making undereducated people, many of whom may be ineducable beyond high school at best anyway, into the middle class, in the proper meaning of the term, is not a plausible goal. That is the gist of my argument.

      • Thor Bonham

        It’s very obvious you don’t know this story or haven’t followed it as closely as you think you did .. I’ll just leave at ,you’re wrong on so many levels that you should re-dig into this story and give it another look ..

    • Anon

      Why do people like you preface this by saying, gee, I think he might have killed him because he was probably vicious. No. He probably would have killed him because smashing someones head against a solid object is an action that kills people. It is intended to kill people and it will kill the person.

      Look. Replace smashing head against the concreted with stabbing with a knife. How ridiculous and how much inappropriate benefit of the doubt would I be lending if I said, well, maybe (implying maybe not), Martin might have decided to kill Zimmerman after only a few stabs with that knife and we don’t know because Zimmerman shot him. Ahhhh….no. All people can be 100% certain that someone stabbing someone with a knife, will kill and intends to kill the person they are stabbing.

      Same with smashing someone’s head against a cement sidewalk. Zimmerman did not stop a fight he was having with Martin. Martin was aggressively and quite successfully murdering Zimmerman who only happened to get lucky and pull his gun. Had the police come across this and stopped it, instead, Martin would have been charged with attempted second degree murder and likely would have been convicted.

      • MikeofAges

        Even after Martin attacked him, I think Zimmerman was hoping the police would show up. He only acted when Martin made a credible verbal threat against his life. An anomalous instance of good judgment on Zim’s part.

      • Young Werther

        *Zimmerman did not stop a fight he was having with Martin. Martin was aggressively and quite successfully murdering Zimmerman who only happened to get lucky *
        It is true that Z was lucky that he got a chance to get to his gun.
        If Z had not had a gun he would never have gotten out of his car (because he just didn’t and doesn’t have what it takes to take that kind of action…cause it’s stupid.). If one carries a gun one must be prepared to be capable of not using it. This happens by temperment and training. I carry a gun because I too do not have the temperment to get out in the dark and go after someone who might appear suspicious without protection. I carry a gun because I do not want someone coming after me to do me personal harm without the means to protect myself. He should have called 911 and remained in his car. He made and unfortunate decision and caused many innocent whitefolk to be beaten and even killed from attacks by blacks in the name of *Travon*.

        • Young Werther

          Surely I may be permitted that statement? I am working on it, trying to re-condition myself in certain situations in order to comply with your mean guidlines. After all it is your site…ha ha ha I will be forced to Stormfront after all… :)

  • Stan D Mute

    Does the book go into the subject of money? Saint Skittles’ “parents” have hit the ghetto lottery bigtime with this – to the tune of over a million dollars and counting. And Zimmerman’s life has been utterly ruined. He must forever look over his shoulder wondering where dieversity and/or the police state will strike next.

    In this review’s first paragraph, the writer says this *could have been a grotesque injustice*.

    Seems to me it WAS and IS a grotesque injustice. An innocent man’s life is ruined, a career criminal thug’s parents hit the ghetto lottery and win millions, and *nobody* is even remotely punished for what was done to Zimmerman.

    • Tim_in_Indiana

      Not to mention the fear whites will now have of participating in neighborhood watch groups to protect themselves from the black thugs increasingly invading their neighborhoods. That’s the real tragedy in all this, and that was the real goal of the mendacious MSM. May they all burn in hell.

      I hope every iPad and other tablet that’s produced, every news blog that’s started helps to drive another nail in the MSMs coffin. They deserve nothing less, no matter how long they’ve been around, and I will shed no tears for any of them. In fact, I will celebrate their passing.

      • Strike_Team

        Keep in mind the government’s actions were designed to discourage from whites from forming or being in neighborhood watch groups. They want you to cower and let the animals run free. I am not kidding.

      • libertarian1234

        We’re slowly heading to a time when the media buildings of the MSM will be reduced to piles of ashes, as they should be.

        Just two years ago not many criticized black on white crime for fear of being criticized as a racist.

        Today, anti-black vitriol inundates almost every web site that reports on it, and white outrage and anti-black feelings are at an intensity that are at Amren levels times ten.

        We’re not in the streets yet, but we’re slowly heading in that direction.

        An economic downturn, along with greater black on white crime and anti-white hate from the likes of MSNBC, Oprah, et al, should increase the intensity to near the breaking point.

        From there, we’ll be close to the precipice. One more outrage could be the spark that ignites the fire.

        • Lt_Greyman_NVA

          Your words to God’s ears

        • MikeofAges

          The New York Time building will fall of its own accord. I actually have worked in journalism as a reporter and feature writer. In spite of the miserable way I was treated as a white guy from a disadvantaged background and the way affirmative action guidelines made it just about impossible for me to advance to a major publication, it still bothers me when I hear of major publications going out of business or downsizing. Even leftist ones like the Seattle Post Intelligencer.

          I will make an exception when the New York Times goes bankrupt and a new name goes up on their building. That will be a happy day for me.

        • Major

          Manson was right…Helter Skelter is around the corner it seems.

    • Major

      His law teams suit against NBC for slander and libel will reap him a few gazillion in a well deserved payday. Tray-gones whore, parasite parents will be pan handling soon enough when these dopes stop buying “Tray-gone” hoodies.

      Tray-gone left his parents a gift that he never would have given them if he remained alive…while in prison with his pants down around his knees. For most of the punks years his “mother” disowned him and the kid lived with his father and raised by his gang banger fathers. live in “wife”. The reason he was in Sanford was because she tossed his unruly, criminal aZZ out of the house ( that he just returned to ) as he was too much too handle for “mom”.

  • sbuffalonative

    Mr. Cashill discussed his book on c-span:

    www c-spanvideo org/program/IfIh

  • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

    See Cashill’s powerful one-hour presentation on “If I Had a Son” at BookTV [dot] org. The first ten minutes are especially noteworthy, as they offer a history of famous race cases over the past century and of the media’s deceptions about the nature of these cases.

    It’s amazing that this presentation could appear on an American cable network channel. But there it is. Go to the BookTV site, type “Cashill” in the search window, click, watch.

  • NoMosqueHere

    It’s The Bonfire of the Vanities all over again. The innocent black honor student versus the White Racist. The sick PC whites in the mainstream media are craven beyond redemption. And they know the truth — most of them, in NYC at least, live in doorman buildings with 24 hour security. They would never live in a black area.

  • Alexandra1973

    Blacks need to be put back in *their* place. Africa sounds good, don’tcha think?

  • JohnEngelman

    There is nothing more painful to me at this stage in my life than to walk down the street and hear footsteps and start thinking about robbery. Then look around and see somebody white and feel relieved…. After all we have been through. Just to think we can’t walk down our own streets, how humiliating.

    Remarks by Jesse Jackson at a meeting of Operation PUSH in Chicago (27 November 1993). Quoted in “Crime: New Frontier – Jesse Jackson Calls It Top Civil-Rights Issue” by Mary A. Johnson, 29 November 1993, Chicago Sun-Times (ellipsis in original). Partially quoted in US News & World Report (10 March 1996)

    If Jesse Jackson looked behind him and saw George Zimmerman he would feel safe, and he would be. Trayvon Martin is one more black ghetto thug he does not need to worry about when he hears footsteps behind him.

    • Svigor

      Haha, but if Jesse Jackson shook the tail, doubled back around behind him, ambushed him and viciously beat him…he’d be an innocent victim of white hispanic gun violence.

  • John R

    Very good article. I agree with almost everything said. One thing I disagree with strongly though. The article speculates that the prosecution may have deliberately thrown the case, by overcharging Zimmermann. Wrong. The prosecution really bent every muscle to convict George Zimmermann. The overcharging was actually a very clever tactic. Knowing that juries love to compromise, they charged Zimmermann at first with murder, then, at the last minute before deliberations (something the judge should never have allowed-but that’s another story, btw.) they pulled a manslaughter charge out of their butt (I said butt, okay, moderator?). When I heard that, I was SURE, and would have bet anything that Zimmerman was going to get convicted of something. The fact that he got acquitted owes to the courage and fairness of the ordinary citizens that sat on that jury. Congratulations to them!

    • Who Me?

      One more thing: Zimmerman was acquitted due to the 5 white women who sat on that jury. Not men, not non-white women–five, courageous, WHITE women. who stood up to all the pressure, believed in fairness and justice and truth, and did the right thing. God bless them and their families.

      • Svigor

        I dunno if I’d call the five of them courageous; IIRC, there were at least two female jurors who entered deliberations voting “guilty.”

        Going into deliberations voting “guilty” in that trial, where the charges were obviously trumped-up and the state had no case, say “stupid” more than “courageous” to me.

        • Who Me?

          Well there were 6 jurors, but one of them was not white so I didn’t count her. She was one of those who originally voted Guilty. I thought the white woman who started out with the Guilty vote had changed her mind by the end of deliberations, but I could be mistaken.

          • Svigor

            I’m pretty sure they’d both changed their minds by the end of deliberations. ;)

  • John K

    I don’t give a rat’s ass about Trayvon Martin; he, like many black thugs, went looking for trouble and found it.

    I do, however, care about people like Channon Christian and Christopher Newsome, the young white Tennessee couple that were both tortured and murdered by five black thugs for no other reason than the fact they were white. Christian was also repeatedly raped, and Newsome’s body was set on fire. The media ignored the story, and when they did report on it, it was not front page news.

    • https://politicallogical.wordpress.com/ WideBridge

      Yes, the Channon Christian and Christopher Newsome thing is hideous beyond words, the horrific details, and imagining what those two young people went through, and hideous beyond words is also the sidelining of it and covering up of it by the media. As a previous commenter said, may the media burn in hell.

      • Katherine McChesney

        Yet, Channon Christian’s parents say they do not believe it was racially motivated.

        • Who Me?

          That is what they say in public. I would bet bet anything that they KNOW full well it was racially motivated even though they dare not say it aloud.

    • newscomments70

      I see that story being spread around on the MSM via the comments sections. I am glad to see that, and I imagine that the liberal, anti-white MSM must curse the advent of the internet, every day.

    • Young Werther

      what have *you* done about it?

  • DailyKenn

    Noted Zimmerman apologist Frank Taaffe says he also has a book in the works. Would like to read Jared Taylor’s take on that book as well, if it is published.

    • Young Werther

      Taaffe reminds me of a poster child for the fed up white dude…

      • redfeathers

        I had a good laugh when Taaffe described Rachel Jeantel as being precious.

        • Young Werther

          He is fed up alright.

        • Reverend Bacon

          That’s Precious, as in the obese girl from the movie of the same name.

  • tlk244182

    I’m headed to such a state myself, as soon as I can. We should all go. Unity, not diversity, is strength.

  • Bantu_Education

    “Essentially, what the left accomplished with the Zimmerman kangaroo trial was to very cleverly and very subtly eliminate the right of self-defense for any White citizen who is the tiniest bit pro-White.”

    Amen

    • Young Werther

      Lost? Many battles, yes. But not the *war*.

  • Young Werther

    *The indictment was the high point for the pro-Martin forces. The very next day, celebrity defense lawyer Alan Dershowitz ridiculed the indictment on national television, calling it so weak the judge should throw it out.*

    (If Zimmerman’s name wasn’t ZIMMERMAN and his father wasn’t Jewish, and his mother a minority Hispanic, Dershowitz would never have made that comment because he is repulsed by the White/goyim race, and worships himself and his *people* as his religion and tradition teaches him to do.)

    “The author does not say so, but most of what happened in this case really wasn’t about Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman. It was about sending a message to white people: Know your place.”
    (That is true. I wonder how many whitefolk have been killed and maimed as a result of the revenge crimes acted out in the name of *Trayvon*?)
    (The only reason this has any significance is because of what the writer of the *article review* said; It is all about GETTING WHITEY. Destroy America, how? Destroy the White Race.)

    • Rick Brooks

      I hate to contradict you, but you’re mistaken on George Zimmerman’s background. His father’s family is not of Jewish extraction but instead of German descent.

  • Young Werther

    you can’t be serious

  • rowingfool

    Your’s is a very astute comment.

  • Max Krakah

    You should ALWAYS be on guard, ESPECIALLY when they seem to be joking and jovial. Blacks are engaged in a never ending struggle of violating each other and trying to avoid being the violated one. Their jovial manner always masks a volley of verbal slights. Some of it is about things that they are still resentful about from previous verbal slights and you will not understand why the mention of one subject may be an issue for a sudden outbreak of deadly violence. They can go from seemingly jovial to deadly murderous in the blink of an eye. They are truly psychopaths. The the number of black people present in a situation is also a good way to gauge the risk of violence, but as Philip Chism showed us, it sometimes only takes one. IF you EVER see one muttering to itself, be sure there is going to be a problem.

  • Greg Thomas

    Yes, avoid them at all costs.

  • Strike_Team

    As I mentioned in another post, myself and a few others are considering a blog that will let people know what to do in the real world, rather than all the fantasy material, and stories from guys claiming to have fought off hordes of the tropical peoples when in fact fighting more than one person is close to impossible in most situations.

  • Young Werther

    I wonder if the book’s writer will ever be printed in those cited publications ever again!

  • Funruffian

    I will publicly defend the sanctity and innocence of Zimmerman including social media. And I relish the opportunity to shatter any detractors.

  • Aaron997

    My favorite part was how the media made a big deal about how Trayvon Marton was just a poor kid who wanted skittles and iced tea. They were really stressing the “skittles and iced tea” part, because that seems like the kind of thing a little kid would want.

    Then it turned out that it wasn’t iced tea, but watermelon juice. Then it turned out that he wrote facebook posts about how he enjoyed mixing watermelon juice, skittles, and cough syrup together.

    • Major

      Purple Rage?

  • Reverend Bacon

    And is a million bucks or so in debt.

    • Major

      Not for long.

  • teaisstronger

    THERE IS A REALIZATION THAT WHITE PEOPLE WILL NEVER AGAIN BE WELCOMED IN AMERICA AS IT IS

    Breaking away from the USA is the only way now. You know in your soul this is true. Its too late now, you must decide if you want to be Free or an economic slave. There is no other choice. The USSR broke up into 15 separate nations all of which are better for it.

    You had better start thinking about it time has run out.

    • jackryanvb

      There is a movement to break away some states in the Pacific Northwest as a new White. republic.

      Please google www dot northwestfront dot org

      • ThomasER916

        Did you know the US State Department is aiding mass illegal immigration to the American Northwest?

  • teaisstronger

    White people are now considered the enemy by the US Government, the US Judiciary, and employers. Your rights as people are disappearing daily. Your religious beliefs are now considered subversive.

  • Major

    “Tyshaune”…good God…the “parents” must be insane.

    • Brian

      I wonder if they let a pitbull rip up a baby book and toss the shreds into the air as confetti, and whatever lands together…voila. Dat be my baby name!