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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

NAACP Head Tells the Truth and Gets Lambasted for It

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Tristan Breaux, head of the Norfolk NAACP, is under fire for telling the truth about Trayvon Martin's "shaky past." Here's what he posted on Facebook the day before the verdict.:


And here's an article elaborating on it. Breaux sounds like a man with a sense of honesty who wanted to pour oil on the water and not inflame already hot passions. He is being lambasted for telling the truth with many calling for his resignation. What does that tell you about the agenda here?

 As for Trayvon, the phrase "shaky past" is an understatement and,
even the night of the shooting, there's more to the story than the media tells. The 7-11 was only half a mile from the townhouse where Trayvon was staying, but it took him 40 minutes to get back there. What exactly was he doing for the other half hour? Even a leisurely walk back would have taken about ten minutes and it was raining. 


The fact of the matter is that Trayvon Martin has a past so shaky it can hardly stand up. But liberals never let facts get in the way of creating a good story and the "white Hispanci" hulk vs. the little black choir boy has a nice ring to it. So George Zimmerman had to be molded into a racist "white Hispanic" monster in keeping with their script, a script created not just to attack George Zimmerman, but our entire system of law and culture. Hence, a religion professor at the University of Pennsylvania followed the verdict by attacking God Himself labeling Him a "white racist god with a problem." 

The media, the NAACP, and the socialist party all jumped on the attack America bandwagon from the very beginning of this case using racial division to advance their own agenda. They remind me of the three witches in Macbeth stirring the cauldron and feeding the poisonous brew to the ambitious prosecutors who joined eagerly in the attack. Since early on, the Socialist Party USA has been screaming for justice for Trayvon to  "Build a movement against racism and class oppression." The media deliberately distorted the truth to create a false picture of the events. NBC even edited the 911 tape to bolster their case of Zimmerman the "white Hispanic" racist. And the NAACP preaches hate the racist "white Hispanic" to fill their own coffers. These groups don't care about justice for Trayvon Martin. They follow the liberal party line of "Never let a crisis go to waste." This case simply became one more opportunity to advance themselves and gain more money and power. They are using Trayvon Martin and demonizing George Zimmerman as pawns to promote their own agenda, power to the organizers. Note on the press release page of the NAACP the first way you can "get involved" is to "donate now."

On every front today we are seeing the liberal war against the culture. In 2012, a mob in Wisconsin spurred on by union organizers tried to destroy the rule of law and prevent Governor Scott Walker and the legislature from voting to rein in spending. In Texas last week, the mob tried to prevent the legislature from voting on the fetal pain bill even to the point of bringing urine and feces to throw at legislators and pro-lifers. The head of Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards, incited the lawlessness tweeting for the mob to make more noise while her rep on site urged them to storm the floor. This is a group that receives multi-millions every year from the government! During the Occupy Wall Street events the media helped the group  frame their message and outline their demands. In fact, many media celebrities came out to spur them on. Everywhere you look today, liberals, like Macbeth's witches, brew their poison and cast their charms to undermine the culture. 

Yes, there is a move on to destroy America as we know it. The Zimmerman case simply provides one more piece of evidence illustrating it. The question is whether people care enough to stop the liberal juggernaut before the lawless revolution succeeds in destroying our Constitutional Republic. I pray yes for the sake of my children and grandchildren! 

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

So you're afraid of dissent.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

You're funny. You have no argument and nothing to say. All you do is repeat the liberal mantra and make ad hominem attacks. You're finished on this post as well.

Patty said...

I'm not seeing the threat of a boy "walking around, looking about." He paid for the items in the store. What is it exactly that he did wrong? Smoke a joint? Come from a broken family? Have trouble in school? I usually agree with you Mary Ann, but sorry, not this time.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Patty,

No one is happy about what happened that night, but it happened.

Just a few questions:

First, the "boy" was almost six feet tall and weighed about 160 and it was raining and he had his seatshirt hood up. So do you really think Zimmerman who is 5'8" recognized that he was a "boy?"

Second, the neighborhood had been repeatedly burglarized including a burglary of Zimmerman's next door neighbor while she was home. If it were your neighborhood do you think you might possibly be nervous about all the break-ins?

Third, if someone came up to you and punched you in the face, knocked you to the ground, and was beating you up, and you were afraid he might actually kill you, would you defend yourself?

The only reason I've provided Trayvon Martin's background is because of the media and the left turning him into a hero while demonizing George Zimmerman.

Trayvon Martin was no saintly choir boy and George Zimmerman is no demon monster from hell. The situation is sad, but it's much more complicated. Both Martin and Zimmerman did some things that were imprudent and even stupid that led to what Mark O'Mara described as "an intersection." It ended tragically. Do you think the jury was wrong to find Zimmerman not guilty of 2nd degree murder based on the evidence not feelings and emotions?

Patty said...

Ha! Great question Mary Ann. I am not in any way passing judgement on the jury. The are limited in what they can consider. What I am saying is I have not heard any evidence that warrants an armed grown man to take the life of an unarmed juvenile.