April 11, 2012

Back To This One, With Another Two Cents To Put In

From CSN News:

A Florida advocacy group spearheading protests over the racially-charged Trayvon Martin shooting has welcomed the intervention of the United Nations’ human rights chief, who has called for the shooter to be put on trial and “reparations for the victims concerned.”

“We believe that the United Nations involvement can help prevent another Trayvon Martin situation in other counties across the world,” J. Willie David, president of the Florida Civil Rights Association, said in a statement provided to CNSNews.com on Monday.

“The shooting death of Trayvon Martin and Florida’s Stand Your Ground Law have created a worldwide movement that calls into question how justice is delivered to victims of color,” he said.

Cent 1: How is this the U.N.’s business? Between trying to get involved in monitoring our last election, attempting to enact a special U.N. payroll tax on all working Americans and let’s not forget their endeavors at becoming involved in efforts to take away our Second Amendment rights, the people in this corrupt, inept global organization most definitely became much too big for their britches some time ago and are very much in need of a slapping down.

If only we had a few politicians, naturally they’d have to be Republicans or perhaps Independents since Democrats are all for U.N. interference in our national business on every level, who had the cojones to smack the United Nations into its place…

Cent 2: It’s amazing how when a young black man beats down a non-black senior citizen and robs him/her and the victim is paralyzed or dies, it’s not a “racial incident” and in fact seems almost to be a non-incident, but when the same young black man, even one with a criminal record (narcotics, assault, robbery, gang-banging, CCW, whatever) is shot down in the process of assaulting or robbing someone, it’s automatically a racial incident and the same professional race activists are suddenly in the spotlight shouting “racism!!!!” and demanding justice.

I don’t know about you, but I believe that when a mugger or violent victimizing type gets shot, no matter what color he is, justice has already been done!

So what’s everybody getting so worked up about?

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2 Responses to “Back To This One, With Another Two Cents To Put In”

  1. The Gray Monk Says:

    Your second cent identifies something I’ve been wondering about. Had the roles been reversed I suspect the same groups now sreaming “racist” would have shrugged and said “he deserved it …”

  2. Mrs Wolf Says:

    Gray Monk

    Amen to that!

    This whole liberal thing wherein: “It’s society’s fault this poor, misunderstood black man is a criminal, because we forced him to grow up in an underprivileged environment or whatever…” began in the 1960s, slaps on the wrist, dismissed charges, probation, “time served” and suspended sentences that sent a message crime would be tolerated, effectively turning black neighborhoods into war zones.

    In this instance, all the political pressure from race professionals and their ilk brought this about:


    George Zimmerman, the man who allegedly shot and killed African-American teenager Trayvon Martin, was charged Wednesday with second-degree murder, opening the latest chapter in a case that has become a proxy for national controversies over gun rights and racial tension.

    “It is the search for justice for Trayvon Martin that has brought us to this moment,” Florida State Attorney Angela Corey said at a news conference in Jacksonville.


    Corey emphasized her decision was based on the facts of the case, and not political pressure.

    Right, and pigs might fly…