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#Occupy joins the anti-Zimmerman crusade

#Occupy joins the anti-Zimmerman crusade

In the wake of Saturday’s not guilty verdict in the Zimmerman trial, demonstrations to protest the outcome have erupted all across the country, with more scheduled Monday and throughout the week.  Most have been peaceful, others not so much.  We’ve collected a handful of tweets, photos and videos from some of them here.

The @OccupyWallSt Twitter account tweeted a link to a list of Trayvon rallies in towns across the country.

An excerpt from the page reads:

It has been decided: black life isn’t worth shit.

Come together in force across the country tomorrow at 6pm.

Let’s not ask for justice: let’s make it happen ourselves.

Another excerpt, this one from OccupyWallSt.org, reads:

No more divide and conquer. We stand for all. We stand in support of the family of ‪#‎TrayvonMartin and his memory. He did not die in vain. He was the 99% with promise and potential. Capitalism and Racism legitimize each other. We need something brand new and we need it now.

 Protests in Oakland/Los Angeles, CA.

A BART police vehicle is vandalized early Sunday morning during a protest against the Zimmerman verdict.

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In Chicago, IL.

Protesters chant, “the whole system’s guilty” at a rally and march for Trayon Martin.

 

Multiple protests occurred across New York City.

Some resulted in arrests, as a handful of protesters were reported to have been throwing bottles at police and blocking traffic.

At Union Square in NYC.

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A small child holds a sign bearing a photo of George Zimmerman that reads, “This man is free, how could it be, with no remorse, this could have been me.”

http://instagram.com/p/bwoMs7I-_G/#

 

In Times Square, NYC.

http://instagram.com/p/bwfFjiIr-E/#

 

In Washington DC.

Photo gallery from CBS News.

 

In Denver, CO, with OccupyDenver.

Video streaming by Ustream

 

In Newark, NJ.

https://twitter.com/Neato89/status/356510236057681920

https://twitter.com/Neato89/status/356511996390281216

https://twitter.com/Neato89/status/356270377095266307

 

In downtown Atlanta at CNN headquarters.

http://instagram.com/p/bwlIvrq24l/#

 

In downtown Raleigh, North Carolina.

 

In Greenville, South Carolina.

 

In Sanford, Florida.

 

ANSWER Coalition organized a march Saturday in San Francisco’s Mission District.  The group is also calling for a nationwide movement, with a statewide march “against racist violence” planned in Anaheim, CA.

There are also some photos from protests and marches that occurred Saturday evening in the Social Media Erupts at Zimmerman Verdict – continuing updates post.

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Comments

Mister Natural | July 15, 2013 at 7:39 am

“…”He was the 99% with promise and potential.”
is that a fact?
you mean sort of like how aaron hernandez was?

Apparently not one of these people watched the trial, nor paid attention to the facts.

    Leftists and ‘can’t read cursive’ type Blacks, never let facts get in their way!

    Suggestion for those disrespecting and burning OUR Flag, try Zimbabwe or Sudan, hear it’s nice this time of year..

    Crawford in reply to herm2416. | July 15, 2013 at 9:55 am

    Facts are a white, male, capitalist thing.

AdvocateSupreme | July 15, 2013 at 7:56 am

Noun 1. lynch mob – a mob that kills a person for some presumed offense without legal authoritylynch mob – a mob that kills a person for some presumed offense without legal authority
mob, rabble, rout – a disorderly crowd of people

legacyrepublican | July 15, 2013 at 8:01 am

Serious question.

Should the Zimmerman family travel to Peru and stay there for a while? I really fear for their safety.

If “It has been decided: black life isn’t worth shit.” Then you the black man must accept the fact that you abort black babies, you drug yourselves stupid, you vote for the Democratic Plantation, you let your children run around the streets at night wearing hoodies while you as parents don’t give a damn where your kid is and you let them listen to rap music which denigrates women, life and humanity.

Why don’t #Occupy social responsibility for your lives and stop feeling sorry for yourselves.

    Juba Doobai! in reply to Sally Paradise. | July 15, 2013 at 9:35 am

    You beat me to it, girl. This is America. Equal opportunity means that you make use of the opportunities that you get to pursue your idea of happyness. Killing your neighbors in drivesby, murdering your posterity via abortion, churning out daddyless babies is no way to value yourself.

    I would let them abort all the Black babies they want to. Thin the herd. I never understood why the right is against the left thinning their ranks.

      Immolate in reply to MSimon. | July 15, 2013 at 1:00 pm

      I’m a staunch supporter of self-defense, a gun rights supporter, and an all-around conservative. That means I’m also opposed to abortion. My beliefs are color-blind. What you just said is extremely racist and unacceptable. You need to be assigned remedial human being training.

    Black drug use runs about 12% of their population. White drug use runs about 1% higher.

Those people….burning an American flag….disgusting.

This is all media created bullshit. From the moment the incident occured, through the false media coverage, to the asinine legal opinions during and after the trial.

Shameful.

    raven in reply to GRuggiero. | July 15, 2013 at 9:52 am

    Yes, this hit me again last night as I took my dogs walking in Hollywood under the circling police helicopters and in sight of swarms of patrol cars. Totally, cruelly, opportunistically manufactured emotion intended to divide society. Obama’s plan all along. Beyond disgusting. Obama knows exactly what he is doing, and as a result is the most treacherously powerful figure in my lifetime in America.

I don’t think I’ll ever be able to wrap my head around the ideology that, if you’re black and your victim is “white Hispanic,” it’s okay to beat their head into the sidewalk. And if the white Hispanic is legally armed and defends himself, then your “civil rights” have been violated.

    Juba Doobai! in reply to gxm17. | July 15, 2013 at 9:39 am

    The closest parallel is the Muslims: we have the right to do anything to you, up to and including taking your life in as nasty a way as possible. You have no right to fight back. If you fight back, it’s because you hate and want to kill all Muslims and are islamophobic. It grieves my heart to say it, but that’s how the community seems to operate.

BannedbytheGuardian | July 15, 2013 at 8:20 am

Is That All There Is To A Riot?

If the alternative to capitalism is a bunch of low rent, low info thugs vandalizing personal property, attacking police officers and beating the hell out of people just because of the color of their skin, suddenly capitalism doesn’t look so damned evil, does it?

Uncle Samuel | July 15, 2013 at 8:27 am

America – now is the time to decide between:

Law and order as set out in the US Constitution and Bill of Rights – or Street Justice and Mob rule as demonstrated in Islamic hell-holes and vaunted by Black Panthers falsely promoted in the name of ‘Democracy’ and ‘equality’.

Policies and spending(taxpayer dollars) based on Law, Constitution, Bill of Rights informed by Science, statistics, factual evidence, logic and reality – or by Political agenda, Political Correctness, affirmative action, diversity and cronyism.

OpenTheDoor | July 15, 2013 at 8:36 am

Wow, burning a flag, how courageous and original, where is the Bush effigy?

What I found interesting was the descriptions of the rally/protest in Sanford. “There’s a lot of people in Sanford but look how few are here,” speaker at demonstration says.” And other reports of the event desribe it as dozens and ‘maybe a hundred’ later in the afternoon.

Why would there be so few at the very epicenter of this whole episode for months? Sanford is a fairly large city/town and is situated within easy driving distance (say an hour’s drive) of a large population. Perhaps the scarcity of protestors is due to the local and regional efforts of city, county, and state officials to defuse the emotional tensions in advance. Perhaps they are just tired.

I think that perhaps more is to play here. Being the epicenter of the episode it is possible that people within that area, (particularly ones who tend to follow closely current issues in their area) are more aware of the facts of the case. The trial has been had virtual gavel to gavel coverage on local TV stations and in the local area. The have been exposed to the facts of the case. With their increased knowledge of the actual facts their perception has changed.

Without the support and instigation of outsiders the local support for rallies and protests has shrunk to just the most diehard deniers who either can’t understand facts or still refuse to listen to them.

    Immolate in reply to Baker. | July 15, 2013 at 1:12 pm

    Been saying that all along Baker. As a resident of Deltona, just up I4 from Sanford, I don’t believe that Sanford is the kind of town to spark large-scale riots without some actual injustice to fuel it, or some imported thugs to instigate.

      Cargosquid in reply to Immolate. | July 15, 2013 at 1:22 pm

      Well….that and the fact that it is dangerous to riot where the homeowners and business owners are known to be armed.

The folks protesting are low information voters indeed. So the citizens of Florida have directly spoken on this case via the jury to stop this travesty of justice against an innocent man and that isn’t good enough for people.

Now they want a Federal intervention in a local case. Do these morons realize that the sword cuts both ways? Imagine Federal courts interfering with local convictions/acquittals because of who is in office at the time.

Mayhem. They can’t understand that at BEST the case doesn’t support a conviction and maybe, JUST MAYBE, George Zimmerman was telling the truth that night when he described Trayvon Martin attacking him after walking away from him.

Answer Coalition? If this is International Answer or an affiliate, then make no mistake this is the Communist Party stirring up trouble because they can. You have to hand to answer, they have the “helter skelter” strategy of Charles Manson down as their playbook. Who else, not crazy, tries to mimic Charles Manson?

    rantbot in reply to Gmax. | July 15, 2013 at 9:37 am

    Yes indeed. Note that at least one of the protests documented above has already made that little sidestep from “Justice for Trayvon” to “Social Justice for Trayvon”. Good ol’ Communist shtick.

      Crawford in reply to rantbot. | July 15, 2013 at 9:58 am

      Trayvon GOT justice. He committed felony assault; his target just happened to be able to defend himself.

    Jack Long in reply to Gmax. | July 15, 2013 at 10:00 am

    Answer Coalition?

    Aptly named.

    In my last years as a teacher I moved from PE / Technolgy back to science. I noticed that students were no longer interested in process, they just wanted to know the answers.

    e.g. Given a list of chemical equations to solve meant that the answers to those problems had to be looked up somewhere. It did not mean that there was a process involved, reinforced through repitition, through which you could determine those answers yourself in a rational manner.

    I consider that the truly debilitating effect of standardized tests. That is, the idea that a greater authority has the answers.

    In our current social dynamic the battle cry is “my authority is better than your authority”.

    Rational process is not a factor.

Gee, looks like some people had Monday off…

Uncle Samuel | July 15, 2013 at 8:54 am

Has anyone else noticed that The Zimmerman Case seemed to reveal an ideological and procedural breach between Law Enforcement and the Justice Department?

The Justice Department seems to be part of the Obama Ideology, supporters of Street Justice, Mob Sentiment, that political agenda should be Law and that Policy and Procedure can/should be manipulated to fit the agenda.

The Police (before State vs Zimmerman) were more old school law and order people and resent the politicians interference.

    Uncle Samuel in reply to Uncle Samuel. | July 15, 2013 at 8:56 am

    Plus, law enforcement have to deal with the political agenda mobs and lawless that the left churn up to suit their agenda.

    You really need to go to pjmedia and read the series “every single one”. And the other commentary likewise. They’ve been covering the politicized Justice Department – which W tried to partly clean up – for a long time.

    Simply put, they see their job as limited to certain groups.

    creeper in reply to Uncle Samuel. | July 15, 2013 at 9:36 am

    That’s a good observation, Uncle Samuel. I would add that anyone who believes this whole mess wasn’t orchestrated in Washington is living in a dream world.

Looks to me like the Occupy Wall Street movement is dying on the vine and now they are trying to capitalize on the Trayvon cause in a last ditch effort to generate support, even though there is no logical connection. Are Zimmerman and the six jurors charter members of their hated 1%?

    fmudd in reply to northcross. | July 15, 2013 at 9:05 am

    And what about the fact that one of the six female jurors was a minority woman!??!

    If there were ever a time to keep identity of the jury secret, this is it. Make no mistake, I bet they hate the non-white female on that jury the most.

    She betrayed the basic ethos; you must always hate the white man (or at least who we tell you to hate) at all times.

      shapidog in reply to fmudd. | July 15, 2013 at 9:32 am

      How long until their names (the jurors) are leaked by the prosecution, a court clerk, “friend” of their family?

      I fear for the safety of these ladies and Mr. Zimmerman.

      Fabi in reply to fmudd. | July 15, 2013 at 9:43 am

      The minority juror is a recent resident of Seminole County, having moved there from Chicago. She is a part-time nurse and has 8 children. I fear that her neighbors can easily deduce her identity.

The Left/black community’s continued canonization and beatification of St. Trayvon Martin Obama — and the sanitization of his decidedly unsavory personal history and character — is as nauseating to witness as their apoplectic (yet, entirely predictable) reaction to the Zimmerman trial verdict.

As a sociological phenomenon, the Zimmerman trial and the Left/black community’s reaction to the verdict provides a fascinating and truly illuminating psychological case study in how liberals value and elevate emotion and histrionics over facts and logic. This is truly a psychosis of denial and self-delusion at work. Thus, we witness the Left’s completely ignoring inconvenient facts which undermine it’s cherished and pre-ordained narrative of Trayvon Martin as angelic, blameless “victim”: firstly, the fact that it was Martin, not Zimmerman, used racial epithets in a casual and flippant manner to describe the latter; and, secondly, it was Martin, not Zimmerman, who had a self-documented history of starting fights with people and then boasting about it afterwards to his friends.

The Zimmerman show trial was the inevitable end result of empowering politicians and lawyers at DOJ who are in the Obama/Holder mold — to wit, people who view the concept of “justice” not as a race-neutral ideal to be applied equally without regard to race, but, rather, as a cudgel with which to promote a transparent race-based agenda and which treats citizens disparately on the basis of their racial status.

Thus, we can witness how this new brand of “justice” works in Obama and Holder’s America — a citizen’s skin pigmentation is taken into account in deciding whether to enforce laws or charge individuals with crimes. Two Black Panthers intimidate white voters outside a voting facility — the charges are dropped, because the respective races of the victims and the culprits didn’t align with that deemed to be “appropriate” by liberal lawyers of the DOJ Voting Rights Division. An Hispanic man uses justifiable lethal self-defense to defend himself from the unprovoked attack of a young black man (with no evidence proving that the Hispanic man’s account of events is anything but truthful); he is laughably charged with second-degree murder, in order to satisfy the bloodlust of the black mob and to achieve a politically correct result that avoids hurting the feelings of aggrieved blacks who evince a perpetual sense of victimhood and powerlessness.

Great PhD material here, for those inclined to study it.

    Fabi in reply to guyjones. | July 15, 2013 at 9:19 am

    Sadly, the ‘scholarship’ so far published is hagiographic and uses polysyllabic bullshit terminology such as ‘disenfranchised’, ‘privilege’, ‘hegemony’, and ‘patriarchal’.

    Uncle Samuel in reply to guyjones. | July 15, 2013 at 9:21 am

    But the left controls the grant money…you’d have to be careful with the title and the language in the proposal.

    Like the IRS vs Tea Party, the left does not tolerate dissent or departure from the PC line.

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | July 15, 2013 at 8:55 am

Wait until Zimmerman wins a malicious prosecution case against the state, and a defamation suit against NBC for editing video to dishonestly smear him as racist. Hopefully enough time will lapse between now and then that passions will have ebbed.

    Carol Herman in reply to MaggotAtBroadAndWall. | July 15, 2013 at 10:14 am

    One reason the media is so agog to give this coverage is that they don’t want any Zimmerman Civil suite against NBC, et.al, to be successful. They’re MOTIVATED! So, the BS will continue as long as the lunatics line up in front of their cameras to “protest.”

America, all moral panic all the time. At least the folks running 24 hour news operations have found the solution to their ‘slow news cycle’ problem. Can anyone say yellow journalism?

blacksburger | July 15, 2013 at 9:00 am

I just learned of a statement made by the President of the Norfolk Branch NAACP last week on his personal Facebook page.

“I wonder why it is that we are always willing to say that someone who clearly had a shaky past was the victim. Are we blinded about why Trayvon was at his dad’s house in the first place, and why he wasn’t at home at the time he was shot? Please think logically and not racially.”

There have been demands for his resignation, and he has apologized. Still, it’s encouraging that he said it in the first place.

    Juba Doobai! in reply to blacksburger. | July 15, 2013 at 9:49 am

    He should never have apologized. By doing that, he weakened himself.

    Wish he would have told them to shove it.

    Observer in reply to blacksburger. | July 15, 2013 at 10:08 am

    Except that Trayvon wasn’t at his dad’s house that night. He was staying at the house of one of his dad’s “baby mamas” (Brandi Green) after his biological mother (Sybrina Fulton) had kicked him out of her home (for his bad behavior, school suspensions, etc.), where he’d been living since his dad split up with the woman who raised Trayvon. And his dad wasn’t even home the night Trayvon was killed, and didn’t even know until the next day that Trayvon had not come home that fateful night.

    Is it any wonder this young man’s life was spiraling out of control?

“Organizing for Justice for Trayvon Martin and all victims of white supremacy & capitalism ”

Standard Communist rhetoric, never mind how racist Communist countries are.

I think it may now be open season on decent people. The next time a Black man murders a White man, will he be aquitted? How about if they are fighting? Please remember this has happened before. Reginald Denny. OJ.

I’m kind of glad now I’m not in the United States. May God watch over you.

I didn’t watch all of the trial. How did the prosecution explain GZ’s broken nose and bloody head? Did they imply GZ sustained it in any way other than Trayvon beating him?

    fmudd in reply to jemTX. | July 15, 2013 at 9:07 am

    No, Trayvon was “defending” himself. And they said this with no explanation of exactly how the two met in person or who touched whom first.

    Just that proven liar “Dee Dee” heard some noise on the phone so that absolutely proves George attacked Trayvon first.

    rokiloki in reply to jemTX. | July 15, 2013 at 9:22 am

    While he was chasing innocent little trademark to kill him, Zimmerman ran into a few tree branches.

    Hodor in reply to jemTX. | July 15, 2013 at 10:58 am

    The prosecution was short on explanations, narratives, or “the evidence will show…”(s). They were big on “it could have happened like…?” scenarios (yes, there was actually the suggestion that a tree could have caused those injuries, lol). But mostly they focused on minimizing the extent of injuries, trying to mislead the jury into thinking that you needed to sustain injuries that would land you in traction before being allowed to defend yourself.

    they trivialised the injuries with their corrupt M.E. Rao

Uncle Samuel | July 15, 2013 at 9:07 am

It was a big mistake and a travesty of justice for the Zimmerman lawyers to hesitate and the court to decide not to tell the whole truth about Trayvon.

Not to expose the Crump (the Innocent Child hunted down by a racist vigilante) Narrative and Trayvon’s behavior and drug habits allows the sense of injustice with the verdict that fuels these protests.

    fmudd in reply to Uncle Samuel. | July 15, 2013 at 9:09 am

    The lawyers didn’t hesitate, they couldn’t due to court orders.

    Besides, that wouldn’t of matters.

    “How dare you smear the name of St. Skittles with information from his past???!!!”

      Uncle Samuel in reply to fmudd. | July 15, 2013 at 9:34 am

      The judge eventually allowed the drug evidence, but did not allow the cell phone contents about procuring and using drugs.

      The Defense could have produced an expert to testify to the effects of drug use.

      I’m sticking with my position: The fact that the court’s exclusion of Trayvon’s school and police records and his cell phone data re: drugs, fighting, porn was a travesty of justice that has led to the continuance of the Crump Innocent Child narrative and fuels the hate, sense of injustice and the protests.

    Exiliado in reply to Uncle Samuel. | July 15, 2013 at 9:34 am

    Actually, it is mostly MSM’s fault.

    The trial is over.
    The details of the case have been publicly exposed for all to see, but yet the media continues sticking to the old crump narrative.

    They still continue to describe the thug as an innocent child, and they continue to ignore the important details and evidence.

I share many of Occupy’s grievances about the the incestuous relationship between government and international corporations, and I was initially a supporter of the movement. That changed after Scott Olsen was injured in Oakland. I figured that he’d probably been hit by a Police projectile, just as Occupy claimed, but I wanted to see Occupy’s evidence, so I started watching the numerous videos that “proved” he’d been shot deliberately from close range.

Those videos gave no evidence whatsoever of that, so I looked at them more closely to see what they *did* show. What I found by comparing aerial and ground videos was that a fellow protester may have run into him and knocked him to the sidewalk while she and others were playing around in front of Police lines. (The atmosphere in front of those lines just before Olsen was shot was nothing like the “War Zone” that Occupy later claimed.)

While I was examining the videos, Anonymous “identified” the Officer who fired the supposed projectile, and published his personal information. I was aghast at that unfounded accusation and malicious endangerment, so I provided my information to several Occupy supporters. Some threatened me for my trouble. Not one saw anything wrong with making that accusation against the Police, even if false, or with Anonymous’s retaliation.

I still sympathize with many of Occupy’s views, but on the whole, I consider them a lawless, irresponsible mob.

    fmudd in reply to moonmoth. | July 15, 2013 at 9:13 am

    The Occupy movement never came up with what they wanted to do. It was always anger at the system but no solution whatsoever and not even a leader or spokesperson.

    A directionless, angry group of people. To this day they offer no solid solutions that their group agrees upon.

    Crawford in reply to moonmoth. | July 15, 2013 at 10:02 am

    The Occutard solution to crony fascism is to make the government stronger — which will just make crony fascism more profitable. They’re retarded and/or paid agents of foreign powers.

    Want to break the crony fascist cycle? Smaller, more decentralized government.

    Fen in reply to moonmoth. | July 15, 2013 at 11:04 am

    Moonmoth, welcome to Fen’s Law: “The Left doesn’t really believe in the things they lecture the rest of us about”

    Now, you may have issues with Big Government cozying up to Big Business, but you don’t share that concern the Occupy movement because… wait for it… they don’t really believe any of that. Its a prop to be used, discarded and reused when convenient.

    As soon as you start applying Fen’s Law to the Left everything about them starts to make sense. Don’t waste your time and energy debating whatever their current “issue” is, because they don’t believe in said issue to begin with. You can’t convert or reason with people like that.

The news hawkers are continuing this today. Fox has at least five different Zimmerman stories running this morning…MOVE ON Fox. The trial is over.
One was an interview with Casey Anthony’s lawyer, wanting to know how George can regain his life….maybe he might if you didn’t run stories on it every three minutes.

These types of mobs were around when I was in college. Same vague grievences, an opportunity to grab onto an imaginary boogieman. And don’t dare look at the actual evidence, because we wouldn’t want to ruin the illusion , and therefore the entire reason for the protest, with truth that what we are protesting against doesn’t actually exist.

The Protest is far more important than the actual issue. And we wouldn’t really want the issue resolved, because then there would be no reason to protest.

“Keep hope…er…the MYTH alive…!!!”

State said several times in court that the case was not about race. Is that evidence in a (hopefully never, ever brought) civil rights trial?

They are protesting in support of a thug!

Unbelievable. I predict the Feds may not want to get that involved with this. For one, the FBI has already cleared Zimmerman of racial animus back in January. Two, if something does move forward then St. Skittles’ entire background will come to light–and that’s going to shed more light on the Miami-Dade school system, the local LE honchos who creatively hid the numbers of kids like Trayvon who should have gone to juvie, etc. It’s going to be fun to watch them eat each other.

    Crawford in reply to caambers. | July 15, 2013 at 10:04 am

    You really need to pay more attention to who’s running the government. They don’t care about laws, they don’t care about facts. They want total power, and they’ll crush anyone who stands in their way.

    Uncle Samuel in reply to caambers. | July 15, 2013 at 10:10 am

    One man who decided to look into Trayvon’s police and school records and went down to interview the Miami Dade Law Enforcement, found his auto on fire when he left the MDLE building. Link

    These people play dirty.

What is the White House doing?

They have no business intruding in the Judicial Power, but it is time they step forward and do the right thing.

MSM has been extremely irresponsible. They still refuse to tell and broadcast the truth. And I doubt they will because they have invested too much in a false narrative.

It is time to do the right thing.

The White House needs to come forward and let people know the truth. There’s a lot more to this case than the lies and mid-truths reported by MSM.

Obama’s statement yesterday was not exactly a call to unity, understanding and respect for the law.

Carol Herman | July 15, 2013 at 9:52 am

I’m not impressed. Is this stuff sick? Sure. When they “occupied” Wall Street, they were a big nuisance. One woman left her small children in another state, just to travel to New York to “participate.” Eventually, the group wore out their welcome. While the media enjoyed that story to the hilt. People living in that area did not. (Finally, a lot of stores there had to put out signs saying that they didn’t have public toilets.)

By the way, Mr. Zimmerman isn’t a man who views blacks through one lens, but said of the burglaries at his condo that young black males were involved. Some, who were seen “casing the joint” had calls made to the cops, but they came too late to catch anyone. Here, GZ, while talking to the police, whispered under his breath that these “yoots” are punks. Pretty accurate description. Then? GZ got sucker punched. You mean to tell me blacks are unaware of this mode of attack? Too bad Dee-Dee (and the company she keeps), thinks we’re too stupid to think we even have a culture worth learning.)

As to Oakland, you wouldn’t want to live there. What does it take to ruin ocean front property?

We got another wake up call. Felt it at the OJ verdict, first. And, seeing it displayed again. What did I see? A hatred for American culture. While they still demand we send our money. And? There’s a growing disgust for Affirmative Action.

Is the Occupy movement well funded? Yeah. Hopefully, too, so is Zimmerman’s Defense Fund. It’s not so smart to poke the sleeping giant awake.

Uncle Samuel | July 15, 2013 at 10:01 am

Interesting fact about the Retreat at Twin Lakes (and other residential communities) – The closing of five aging housing ‘projects’ forced many apartment and condo communities to accept Section 8 housing benefit recipients.

People who had worked hard to get their families out of the projects now found the projects had come to them.

Many people who could, moved.

There was an increase in projects-related behaviors in these residential communities, including burglaries.

If domestic violence, car break-ins, rapes and assaults were also increased, that could be the reason the Neighborhood Watch groups were being formed.

MSNBC (even funnier than the comedy channel) is ‘riding the mannequin’ all the way down. There should be a higher cover charge for this quality of humor.

Are TradeMark’s parents still in hiding?

Fuck me, runnin’! (sorry) Toure just used ‘white supremacy’ when referring to GZ! Twice!

The bullshit must stop. Scumbag.

RSConsulting | July 15, 2013 at 10:34 am

Since the “Occupy” agenda is driven by the same “shot callers” as pretty much everything else in the “Progressive Agenda”, its no surprise they were “mobilized” for this.

Community ORGANIZERS = COMMUNITY AGITATORS. Total Alinksy Doctrine – so the “fingerprints” of who is actually behind this is pretty obvious – at least to the “educated observer”.

As to “motivation” – that too – pretty obvious. Firing up the masses on the “Travon Issue” plays a great distraction for everything else we SHOULD BE FOCUSING ON.

It’s like “slight of hand magic” – HEY – LOOK OVER HERE!

Nothing to see here – move along…

Regards

Uncle Samuel | July 15, 2013 at 11:11 am

Truth about Trayvon is coming out:

http://spectator.org/blog/2013/07/15/trayvon-crime-school-miami
http://theothermccain.com/2013/07/15/miami-dade-schools-could-have-saved-travyon-martins-life-by-arresting-him/
http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2013/07/15/failing-trayvon-the-miami-dade-school-police-department-scandal-begins-to-gain-traction/

Trayvon was not a victim of George Zimmerman, but of:
– his parents,
– the black gangsta culture,
– the media and entertainment industry,
– the street justice proponents (NBPP, Farrakhan, Sharpton, Jackson, et al),
– his peers who cheer violence and hurting whites for fun,
– the liberal affirmative action crowd in both parties who enable criminal and immoral behavior via benefits and entitlement programs and policies
– the direct, cumulative and interactive effects of the drugs Trayvon had consumed and finally,
– Trayvon himself for his choices and attitudes.

Question – can any MSM outlet be held responsible for anything they say since the FL SC decided that the FCC policy against falsification is not a “law, rule or regulation” in that Fox News case a decade or so back?

“In February 2003, a Florida Court of Appeals unanimously agreed with an assertion by FOX News that there is no rule against distorting or falsifying the news in the United States.”

http://www.projectcensored.org/top-stories/articles/11-the-media-can-legally-lie/

Henry Hawkins | July 15, 2013 at 11:25 am

Nothing unusual going on here, just more of the same we’ve seen since, oh, January of 2009.

The Zimmerman case is a symptom, not the disease. The disease is a grossly biased media producing on demand the useful idiots needed for exploitation by a currently in power political ideology, all to help push their agenda.

The linchpin is the grossly biased media, which cannot be voted out on a date on the calendar. We have a free press, but it is no longer independent, and that is the disease which sickens America.

Uncle Samuel | July 15, 2013 at 12:40 pm

Truth about Trayvon and other sons of Obama and Holder:

“The worst oppressors of young black men are older black men who abandon their children. And the second-worst oppressors of young black men are other young black men. 94% of black murder victims are killed by blacks. The accelerating decline of the black family portends a much worse situation in the future.”

Link

    Drug Prohibition by putting roughly 30% of young Black men in the criminal justice system thus making them poor marriage material, has gone a long way towards destroying the Black family.

    Righties decry the break down and cheer on Prohibition.

    Amusing to watch.

Food for thought. Today’s recipes:

Mozzarella + french bread = pizza (just add sauce from the pantry)

Skittles + Arizona Watermelon Cooler = purple drank (just add cough syrup from the medicine cabinet)

Based on these twitter feeds, America is truly f*cked.

The chinese, indians and brazilians are going to be totally eating out lunches in the next 10-20 years.

The moron-ocracy is here. The West is done.

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