Who is this unsung civil rights hero?

  In December 2010 a police lieutenant’s son, Justin Collison, sucker punched a black homeless man named Sherman Ware outside a bar [in Sanford, Fla.] Although Ware suffered a concussion and there was video evidence of Collison’s attack, no action was taken against Collison, who is white, for nearly a month. Reuters reporter Daniel Trotta talked about the incident in his April 3 2013 analysis of the early days of the Trayvon Martin phenomenon, but he failed to tell the full story.

  Upset at the lack of media attention the Ware case was getting, a young man and his wife, printed fliers demanding that the community hold accountable officers responsible for misconduct. They then passed fliers out to area churches. At a public meeting in January 2011, the young man took the floor and said, ‘I would just like to state that the law is written in black and white. It should not and cannot be enforced in the gray for those that are in the thin blue line.’ The meeting was recorded on video. As a result of the publicity, police chief Brian Tooley, whom he blasted for his ‘illegal cover-up and corruption,’ was forced to resign, and Collison was arrested. The couple headlined their fliers with a famous quote from Anglo-Irish statesman Edmund Burke: ‘The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”

This young man was George Zimmerman.

Zimmerman worked with “the local NAACP and Natalie Jackson – who would become part of Team Trayvon – to seek justice for Ware, and they all betrayed him after the incident with Trayvon Martin, because it was in their best interest to pretend they didn’t know who he was.”

The story of Zimmerman’s crusade has largely gone unreported, through mainstream media indifference and the labeling of anyone who mentions it as “racist,” said Jack Cashill in his new book “If I had a son.”Ifihadason

“Robert Zimmerman tried to get out this story, but Natalie Jackson said that he was playing the ‘race card’ (calling Zimmerman a racist), and the mainstream media didn’t want to know this side of Zimmerman, because they had their narrative and they didn’t want any information to get out that contradicted it,” Cashill wrote.

“If the reader had any doubt that media bias was at the heart of the George Zimmerman trial, Jack Cashill’s powerful new book, ‘If I Had a Son,’ puts this misconception to rest. Armed with example after example of purposeful media falsifications, lies, and deceptions, Cashill explores how the black grievance industry (BGI) and the race-mongering mainstream media manufactured a narrative that Zimmerman was an over-vigilant cop wannabe who stalked Trayvon Martin to his untimely death. The real story is quite different: The teenage Martin had been suspended from school on multiple occasions, and had a recent preoccupation with guns—none of which was known to Zimmerman when their paths met.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/10/george-zimmerman-civil-rights-hero/#itfwbje3JCEkTo38.99

Obama, the race-baiter. A Limerick.

I have to confess, I am a news junkie.
Many years ago the Los Angeles police beat up Rodney King before a camera. No matter what channel I switched to I saw the same three second video clip. This continued for years until the trial, where the policemen were acquitted. Racial riots ensued. Rodney King himself lamented: “Can’t we all get along?”

When the U.S. Storm troopers did their successful Good Friday raid on Elian Gonzales to bring him back to Cuba after Bill Clinton had promised Fidel Castro he belonged with his father there was a photo of a boy scared out of his wits at the multitude of special forces attacking him, the media got enraged and showed it over and over again. But after about five hours the government told the press to stop. They obliged.
Elian Gonzales
Which brings us to the Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman tragedy.
Trayvon Martin is black.
George Zimmerman is White, Hispanic and 1/8 Black.
The FBI conducted a thorough investigation and concluded it was not about race.
The prosecution said it was not about race.
The judge said it was not about race.
The jury said it was never about race.
The defense said it was never about race, and not about “Stand your ground” either
The defense waved the “Stand the ground” hearing.
After the trial was over some in the media finally admitted it was not about race.
One week later at an unscheduled appearance at the White House daily briefing President Obama used this opportunity to say it is all about race and “Stand the ground”, thus fanning the flames of racial tension. This is not right!
On CNN John McCain agreed with the President and the “Stand your ground” laws.
We need a discussion on violence in America, especially black on black violence, but also mob violence in general. The Zimmerman trial is the wrong catalyst. Take a good look at any weekend in Chicago instead, Mr. President!

Obama, the race-baiter. Ouch!
He is but a miscreant grouch.
In this “teachable moment”
John McCain aids the foment.
Stand your ground!! Don’t just sit on the couch!

A pot-smoking paranoid boy could have been Obama 35 years ago.

A pot-smoking paranoid boy
Was Trayvon, sought fights just for joy.
Said Obama: “You see,
that boy could have been me.
I know, I am from Illinois.”

A black New York City pastor ripped into his congregation for seeing through hateful black eyes for condemning George Zimmerman and defending Trayvon Martin who he called “a pot-smoking munchies, paranoid 17-year-old boy.”

In a sermon recorded (the first video) the same day a jury of six women declared George Zimmerman not guilty in the death of Florida teen, Trayvon Martin, chief pastor at the ATLAH World Missionary Church in New York City, James David Manning, railed at his congregation for defending Trayvon Martin because he is black.

Read more at http://www.christianpost.com/news/pastor-calls-trayvon-martin-pot-smoking-paranoid-17-year-old-boy-rails-at-church-for-being-black-on-verdict-100472/#yxFrrzCqeucZG7TG.99

The second video is from President Obama’s unscheduled appearance at the daily White House press briefing Friday Jul 19 2013.

Trayvon Martin and teachable moments. A Limerick

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“If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon,” Obama said during a press gathering in the Rose Garden, after he was asked about the incident that sparked national debate after intense lobbying by the CRS (1).

Obama’s most “teachable moment”.
In hatred he’s making a statement:
“Trayvon Martin, my son
Is us all, not just one.
This case is because of my pigment.”

(1) The legal watchdog Judicial Watch announced today that it has obtained documents revealing the Community Relations Service (CRS), a unit of the Department of Justice, was deployed to Sanford, Fla., following the death of Trayvon Martin to help organize rallies against George Zimmerman.
According to the documents, from March 25 to March 27, CRS spent $674.14 upon being “deployed to Sanford, Fla., to work marches, demonstrations, and rallies related to the shooting and death of an African-American teen by a neighborhood watch captain.”
Judicial Watch also revealed:
March 25 – 28, 2012, CRS spent $1,142.84 “in Sanford, FL to work marches, demonstrations, and rallies related to the shooting and death of an African-American teen by a neighborhood watch captain.”
March 30 – April 1, 2012, CRS spent $892.55 in Sanford, Fla., “to provide support for protest deployment in Florida.”
March 30 – April 1, 2012, CRS spent an additional $751.60 in Sanford, Fla., “to provide technical assistance to the City of Sanford, event organizers, and law enforcement agencies for the march and rally on March 31.”
April 3 – 12, 2012, CRS spent $1,307.40 in Sanford, Fla., “to provide technical assistance, conciliation, and onsite mediation during demonstrations planned in Sanford.”
April 11-12, 2012, CRS spent $552.35 in Sanford, Fla., “to provide technical assistance for the preparation of possible marches and rallies related to the fatal shooting of a 17 year old African American male.”