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USA Today Shows Its Racist Colors

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The Monday, February 17, 2014 edition of USA Today has a page 3 story on Michael Dunn, a Florida man who killed a teenager in self defense. In the second paragraph, written by Mary Beth Marklein and Rick Neale, Dunn is compared to George Zimmerman thusly: “The mixed verdict also is reviving criticism of Florida’s “stand your ground” self-defense law, and prompting debate over Florida State Attorney Angela Corey’s handling of two high-profile trials, each involving a white man who said he fatally shot a black unarmed teenager in self-defense and was not convicted of murder.”

So now Zimmerman, an Hispanic, has gone from being falsely labeled as a white-Hispanic to being called full on white. And the insinuation is used that Zimmerman’s defense was Florida’s stand your ground law, which he never used.

The lies never stop.

School official tells students Trayvon Martin case proved it is ‘legal to hunt’ children

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Fox News: An email sent to students by a University of Maryland official that cites the Trayvon Martin shooting as evidence “it is legal to hunt down and kill American children in Florida” is being blasted as the latest evidence of a left-wing bias on campus.

The email, from William Dorland, director of the school’s Honors College, starts by welcoming students back to campus, but then quickly veers into politics.

“This year, we learned that it is legal to hunt down and kill American children in Florida,” it reads, in a reference to the trial of George Zimmerman, who was cleared of all charges in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. The email went out to all students in the Honors College.

The political language continued: “This year, the most activist Supreme Court in the history of the United States and radical factions of gun owners, gun manufacturers, and marijuana users are challenging the very fabric of the nation…” Dorland then invites students to attend a lecture by former NAACP chairman Julian Bond.

The email comes on the heels of a host of allegations of bias on college campuses around the country this fall — from a case at UNC Chapel Hill in which funding was cut for two conservative speakers to appear on campus, to an incident at the University of Kansas, where a professor said he hoped the next shooting victims would be children of NRA members.

In the Maryland case, Jim Purtilo, a University of Maryland computer science professor, said the comments struck him as inappropriate. “It’s over the top. But very much business as usual on this campus,” he said.

Dorland, reached by phone, told FoxNews.com that his goal was merely to stir student interest in the Julian Bond speaking event.

I didn’t regard it as a political statement, I regarded it as trying to stir some student interest in an activity going on on campus,” Dorland told FoxNews.com.

He said that he did receive complaints. “There were three students and a faculty member who asked me not to use such violent or inappropriate language in the future, and I apologized to them because I didn’t want to offend anybody. But I did want to stir things up,” he said.

But Purtilo said that he complained to Dorland by email and that Dorland never apologized to him. Instead, said Purtilo, Dorland responded by defending the accuracy of his line about the Trayvon Martin shooting.

Some students reached by FoxNews.com were supportive of Dorland. “[Dorland] is a great academic and has done great things for our university,” said Ben Kramer, president of the College Democrats at the University of Maryland.

“While I do not agree with his choice of words [in the Trayvon Martin reference], I respect and agree with his efforts to foster a dialogue about contentious issues.”

Others took more offense. “Sending politically charged emails like this not only alienates students, but also adds to our toxic political discourse,” Ross Marchand, president of the campus Students for Liberty, said.

Caroline Carlson, chairwoman of the UMD College Republicans, agreed. “Claiming that it is ‘legal to hunt down and kill American children in Florida’ is stretching the truth, and frankly, we believe Professor Dorland should be above making those types of false statements in what is presumed to be a factual Honors College email.”

Dorland defended his use of that line. “I think it’s stirring the pot,” Dorland said about his email. “I think, factually, the sentence — it may be strained and polemic or something — but it is roughly at least what many people would say was the outcome of the verdict [of the Trayvon Martin case]. I’m not going to avow or disavow the position because it doesn’t really matter what I think.”

Purtilo, however, says that the incident is indicative of liberal bias he sees on the campus every day. He related one story that he had seen.

“I was on a committee for a very prestigious award on campus, which basically gives a free ride to the selected student, and I remember our committee once interviewing a young woman from one of the more rural counties of the state. And she was poised and articulate and tremendously well prepared, top scores and maxed out SAT and everything… but she made no secret about her religious views, and she asked about things like whether we had a drug- and alcohol-free dorm hall,” Purtilo said.

“The committee’s conclusion was, ‘oh, she has very strict views, very rigid views — she would not be comfortable here’… you often hear code words like those, which really mean that the person is right-of-center politically.”

Dorland dismissed the idea that his emailed quote was indicative of general political bias on campus. “I don’t really want to suggest to you that I’m backing down, but I will tell you that we’ve had speakers here from AEI, from the CATO Institute — and [Arizona Sen. John] McCain was invited to be here.”

In my job here I’m pretty apolitical,” he added. “You can ask the students. I will take the side of Pope Benedict on an argument, and the next day take the side of a new Pope. You know, the intellectual position in the world is to engage people and get them to talk about what they believe in,” he said.

Contact information for William Dorland:

dorlandProfessor:Physics; Institute for Research in Electronics and Applied Physics (IREAP), Honors College Director

Phone: 301-405-6771

Email: bdorland@umd.edu

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Censored News: Black woman kills 12 y.o. white boy with blow torch

Jonathan Foster Jonathan Foster (l); Mona Nelson (r). Would the media report this if Foster wore a hoodie?

We couldn’t escape the media’s 24-7 coverage of the death of 17-year-old 5′ 11″ black teen Trayvon Martin and the trial of his shooter, half-Hispanic George Zimmerman. But have you heard or seen news about a 44-year-old black woman named Mona Nelson who is on trial for the murder-by-blow-torch of a 12-year-old white Texas boy, Jonathan Foster?

Even worse, Nelson committed the murder more than 2½ years ago, on Christmas Eve 2010 — but we’d heard/seen NOTHING about this.

That’s because in Obama’s America, blacks now enjoy “black skin privilege” and Big Media simply turn a blind eye to black crimes, especially black-on-white crimes.

As recounted by the UK’s Daily Mail, 12-year-old Foster was reported missing from his home on Christmas Eve 2010, after his mother, Angela Davis, said she had received a strange call at her workplace from a gruff-sounding woman. Davis initially told police her boy was with a babysitter. But she later admitted that he was home alone.

The boy’s burned body was discovered on December 28 in a roadside ditch in Houston, Texas, not far from where he lived.

ditchMona Nelson told local KTRK TV that a member of Jonathan’s family had given  her $20 to dump a plastic container on Christmas Eve. She said she was drunk on vodka and didn’t know what was inside the container.

But police revealed that Jonathan’s burned body had not been discovered in a plastic container, but in a ditch. Police also say Nelson’s truck was spotted on surveillance footage dumping something in the ditch where the boy’s body was found. In addition, investigators discovered evidence at Nelson’s apartment that allegedly links her to the crime, including burned carpet and twine similar to that used to bind Jonathan’s hands.

While denying she had killed Jonathan, insisting “I’m not a monster. I have five grandkids and I love kids,” Nelson admitted having a cutting torch that she claims she used in her job as a welder. But police say she used the torch to burn the boy’s body.

Jonathan's homeJonathan’s home in Houston, Texas

Cynthia Cisneros reports for KTRK on December 30, 2010, that police revealed more about Jonathan’s abduction and murder at a news conference. Police believe the boy was home alone on Christmas Eve and was killed and his body dumped on that very same day.

Nelson admitted to dumping Jonathan’s badly burned body in northeast Houston off of East Hardy, but she denied killing the child. But surveillance cameras near where Jonathan’s body was found showed Nelson to have lied.

HPD Captain David Gott said around 6pm Christmas Eve, surveillance video showed a silver truck pull up to a ditch outside of a building on East Hardy. A person, whom neighbors and family identified as Nelson, can be seen getting out of the truck, taking a body out of the bed of the truck and placing it in on the ground. Nelson also drives a similar truck.

Nelson's homeMona Nelson’s apartment

When authorities searched Nelson’s apartment in northwest Houston, they found “a wealth of evidence” that showed Jonathan’s body was burned at Nelson’s residence, as well as the tools (torches and welding tools) used to burn the boy. Authorities say Nelson is a maintenance worker who works with tools and torches. Authorities believe Jonathan was taken there, killed and burned beyond recognition the same day within hours. Twine used to tie Jonathan was also found inside Nelson’s home. Jonathan’s burnt body was identified by his dental records.

A next door neighbor, Rita Jackson said Nelson was there while Jonathan’s family was looking for him on Christmas Eve: “Yeah, she was just sitting there, looking at what was going on.” Police also said they believe Nelson is a a predator who has done this before and that they don’t believe her brutality begins with Jonathan.

Det. Mike MillerThe horrible details of Jonathan’s murder were too much for several detectives who struggled to keep from crying.

“There are few cases that impact homicide detectives — this is one of them,” said HPD Homicide Detective Mike Miller, who’d interviewed Nelson and held back tears as he described her. “She is a cold, soulless murderer who showed an absolute lack of remorse in taking the life of Jonathan Foster. She decided when the time was right and she swooped down and took him when she saw the time was right, and she saw an opportune moment. I’ve worked in Homicide Division 14 years and this is the worst case I’ve been a part of — an innocent 12 year old who everybody says was happy, outgoing and well-liked by everyone in the neighborhood. It’s an absolute tragedy.”

Mona Nelson2Mona Nelson (l); Jonathan Foster (r)

KTRK reports that on August 12, 2013, the trial of Mona Nelson for the murder of Jonathan Foster finally began in a courtroom in Houston. Prosecutors are not seeking the death penalty. Nelson has asked for a judge instead of a jury to decide the verdict.

According to Donald Joy of ClashDaily.com, “Nancy Grace dropped the story as soon as she realized it was a black woman murdering a little white boy. The media have avoided the story like the plague, never once looking into whether it was a ‘hate crime.’ The original local news report has been removed. Suspect has sought and received legal counsel from local leadership of the New Black Panther Party.  No story here, folks. Move along …”

See also “Nancy Grace makes racist slur about Zimmerman,” July 17, 2013.

H/t FOTM’s TPR and joworth.

~Eowyn

Eva, the antidote to Black racism

Eva KillingsSee this woman?

See how kindness, love, and joy radiate from her face?

Her name is Eva Killings.

Eva Killings is the anti-matter to Black racists and the Zimmerman lynch-mobs protesting, rioting, assaulting, and killing in the name of Trayvon Martin.

Eva works at Florida State University (FSU), Tallahassee, Florida, as a cashier in the Suwannee Dining Room. Below is an article on Eva from the university’s student newspaper, FSUNews.

Mrs. Eva Killings: The brightest light at FSU

Getting to know the woman behind all the love at Suwannee

By Jessica Militare – Jan. 24, 2012

If you’re unsure of anything in life, be certain of this: Mrs. Killings loves you. To the petite, endearing lady, welcoming everyone with love as they enter The Suwannee Room dining hall is her mission of the day. If you haven’t been graced with the genteel cashier’s presence, pay her a visit; she’s sure to turn your day around. Her affection comes in many forms, but her famous “Baby, I love you!” indicates a true blessing. Always by Killings’ side is her beloved Bible, from which she reads verses when she isn’t welcoming diners.

Propped upright in her chair in front of a cash register and eager to swipe the next patron’s ID card, a smile takes hold of her face. One of her babies is here.

“Hello my son,” Mrs. Killings says to him. “You were on my mind heavy this morning.”

A family visiting from New Jersey walks in, and the prospective student is a ball of nerves. The jubilant woman envelops her warmly. “Oh, you’re gonna be my new baby here,” Killings tells her.

When Suwanee guests leave, the same pattern ensues. Mrs. Killings doesn’t let a soul pass by without emitting her loving praise.

“Bye Mrs. Killings,” the students tell her.

“I love you babies. Have a wonderful day!” replies Killings.

Radiating endless smiles as they depart, the students return her sentiments with warm embraces and adoration. The Suwannee Room’s guardian angel has graced the university’s presence for 36 years.

“I started at Florida State in 1975,” Killings said. “When I first started, I did the salad bar and the desserts down at the Union.”

Originally from Tallahassee, Killings moved to Ocala for several years, but found her way back to the capital city and began her employment at FSU. She’s worked at one of the first bagel shops on campus, the first Starbucks, Oglesby Union, Moore Athletic Center and Fresh Food, and since the summer of 2006, at Suwannee—Killings has seen it all. She’s witnessed rallies, the movement of integration, campus streakers and even the aftermath of the chilling Ted Bundy murders. She reflects on the time when different races were first uniting.

“At that time, in the cafeteria, all the blacks sat to one side, and all the whites sat to one side,” said Killings. “That’s how it was when I first started. But those were the good days, because finally everybody really started mingling and really getting together. I’ve seen a lot grow.”

Appreciation and love from her managers has kept her a constant force at the university. Always the venerated employee, Killings earned her godsend reputation by helping any student in need. Never letting a soul go hungry, she gave all she had to perpetuate good spirits.

“I think that’s how I got where I am today, because when I cooked, I made sure students were happy whatever I did, if I made sandwiches or whatever,” said Killings. “I made sure they were happy. Some students would be hungry and didn’t have any money. I have gone in my purse and went up to the cashier and paid for students to eat lunch.”

Paying for meals isn’t all she’s allowed herself to give. Filling the void many students feel when leaving home, Killings is a source of guidance. When anyone in her path is having a grim day, she comes to the rescue.

“I ask them, ‘Baby what’s wrong?’” said Killings. “’Is there anything I can do?’ and sometimes they tell me they’re alright, and I tell them, ‘You can talk to me, I raised two daughters, I raised a son,’ and most of the time they’ll tell me. I’ve cried with students, I tell ya. I’m serious. I have cried with students. I’m very emotional.”

Killings jovially recalls when students visited her at home when she gave birth to her last child. They may not have been her blood, but to Killings, they were kin. She sheds a tear as she looks back on all of the love and honor she has received over the years. She’s become a sort of celebrity, with two fan pages on Facebook with over 3,000 likes, an official ‘Hug Mrs. Killings Day,’ an appearance in the State Faculty Newsletter and Killings has been invited frequently to speak in business and hospitality classes at FSU. The luminary urges students to be kind and happy in whatever profession they endeavor. In her honor, a Mrs. Killings Film Festival took place in 2008, where she starred in several films.

“I used to ask the film students, ‘Why do y’all want me in this?’” Killings said. “And they would say, ‘Because you are the star of Florida State and we want you.’”

Widely known on campus as the woman who will never cease to tell you she loves you, Killings’ sole intention is TLC.

“It makes me feel good because some days I don’t give love I just tell them, and I have some students come in and say, ‘Oh no, I want some love,’ and I give it to them,” said Killings. “And I got some babies that I automatically give them love everyday, because I know that’s what they like. That’s what I try and do. I try and keep ‘em happy.”

A typical day for Mrs. Eva Killings begins at 4:00 a.m., before arriving to campus by 5:30 a.m., Monday through Friday. After an eight-hour shift, she ventures home to care for her 85-year-old mother, cooking, bathing and getting her ready for bed. A staple in her busy routine is her faith.

“I have to read a verse or two out of the Bible everyday,” said Killings. “And if it’s not busy in here, I steady be reading.”

Turning 64 in March, she is rooted in her will to push forward every day.

“I’m not perfect, but I try to walk that walk every day,” said Killings. She smiles. “I try to walk that walk. It’s hard.”

On her days off, Killings likes to scour the stores for deals. She is exuberant when mentioning her VIP membership at SteinMart. Sometimes, Killings even indulges at the casino.

“I used to like to go sit in the casinos,” said Killings. “Listen, I don’t spend no money. I might pay five dollars but then I’m gettin’ up. That’s it.”

At the core of Mrs. Killings is her giving heart. Always devoting herself to others, her life is a steady flow of compassion. Killings is physically strong too. Last Saturday, she helped her brother repair a garage door for an apartment they own. Showing off her wear and tear, she beams with accomplishment.

“I always been the person that likes to give, because when you give, your blessings come back to you double,” said Killings. “I always liked to have friends, I always liked to have fun, and had a lot of friends when I was growing up. So that’s how I am here with the students. I have a lot of babies and a lot of friends here. Even the professors, the police officers, everybody that works on campus—I’m all their friends here on campus.”

A mother of three, Killings believes in the essence of family, calling everybody her own.

“I just treat all of y’all just like y’all my own,” said Killings. “It doesn’t matter what race you are. You still get love. I treat everybody the same.”

Writing in Spirit Daily, Michael Brown aptly describes Miss Eva as a woman who “gives us an example of love” as the “Devil stokes up division” after the Zimmerman verdict. Brown writes:

As if it needed any help, there is a concerted effort, it seems, to divide America, once more over race — a tragic and particularly nefarious means of division, especially considering how very well so many blacks have now seamlessly integrated: well-educated, well-spoken, hard-working, paid equally. It is always impressive to see the many young blacks who are in management or service roles, performing as well as anyone and with great aplomb. We run into many of them not only in the normal course of the day but across America, in places like airports and hotels.

Moreover, our young people — those of high school and college age — are just about color-blind: whites, Hispanics, blacks, and Asians all hang around with each other. They’re buddies. They have much in common. In many ways, affirmative action has been a great success (and is no longer needed).

How does anything speak more of the advancement of blacks — and the decreasing significance of race — than the fact that we have a black president (one many whites, as well as Hispanics, voted for)?

Yet still they seek to make race an issue, as witnessed now with the George Zimmerman case. It started with the media and how it initially jumped all over the case when they heard the name “Zimmerman” (immediately associating that name with a white and thus: “white victimizing a black,” which is a hot-button story). When it was learned that Zimmerman actually identified himself as Hispanic (his mother is Peruvian and black, and he is bilingual, while his father is Caucasian), the media, having already set the stage, glanced over that; the show had to go on; the story-line: whites again mistreating blacks. And with that story-line the two races would remain at odds and if possible at each others’ throats.

Isn’t it the devil who is the master of division?

This is a story, it seems, not of prejudice, but of two young people who both over-reacted.

There certainly is still racial prejudice towards blacks, including among many Christian conservatives.

There is also racial prejudice against whites.

It all goes against what brings us right eternity.

Christ favored no race. He certainly didn’t design things so that one racial or ethnic group hated another. What a shame. And also, how unfair: The Zimmerman case is not even really a racial one. If we read right, Zimmerman had once tutored black children and brought a black girl to his prom. He wasn’t initially sure that the person he was misguidedly trailing was black. Yet it is all stoked up. Where was the same hype and charge of racism when a black athlete named O. J. Simpson was acquitted of slaying two white people (the acquittal came through a chiefly black jury)? Was that verdict followed by tweets promising death to Simpson (of course, there was no Twitter back then, but we get the point)? Meantime, government on two levels has played right into the division. The state of Florida set prosecutors upon the case — kindling the embers of old racial division yet further, much further — while the President of the United States, who should take special care to stay away from criminal cases, said that if he’d had a son, he might have looked like the victim, Trayvon Martin.

The President is right to have been concerned about violence to a 17-year-old (what an unimaginable heartbreak for his family; prayer need here), but it’s ironic that the President has no similar public comment nor affinity for the babies who are born in late-term abortion clinics and killed when the doctor snips the back of their necks with scissors; no similar concern for the ones that are brutally terminated in the womb at a stage when they can feel pain; no similar concern for every aborted baby at any stage, starting with conception — a disproportionate number, by the way, who are Afro-American.

Where is the rage over that?

How many Trayvon Martins have been disposed of in “clinics”?

How many potential presidents? Or judges?

How many have left clinics not in the warmth of a womb but the sterility of a bio-hazard bag (if they were “properly” disposed of)?

These are questions for all of us. Abortion is an issue that divides us more than does race.

The answer to both is love. [...]

[Eva Killings ] is the example for us — this woman whose love is so great the kids discuss her every word on Facebook and whose love knows no ethnic group and no skin color.

She is an example of how we find our way into Heaven.

– Michael H. Brown (7/15/13)

God bless you, Eva Killings.

You are an example to us all — of all “races,” whether black or white or brown or yellow or chartreuse.

~Eowyn

Black pastor Jesse Lee Peterson: Trayvon was a thug

Rev. Jesse Lee PetersonRev. Jesse Lee Peterson

Add Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson to the very short list of right-thinking and righteous black Americans — Rev. James Manning, neurosurgeon Ben Carson, former Congressman Allen West, sports analyst & retired basketball player Charles Barkley — who refuse to partake in the public lynching of George Zimmerman.

In this CNN video, Rev. Peterson expressed his extreme displeasure over “race hustlers” like Al Sharpton, and how the media irresponsibly made Martin out to be some kind of “innocent little kid” instead of the truth that Martin was a young thug. Peterson asked why if Martin was “such a good little kid… did they work so hard to keep his history out of the courtroom.” He cited pictures of Martin’s Facebook page featuring him with a gun or marijuana.

Peterson said that people like Sharpton and Obama have injected themselves into this case to “incite the anger of black Americans and others,” adding that they’ve been “using black Americans by dividing the races” and “intimidating white people to get more power.”

Interviewer Piers “I’m-moving-back-to-England” Morgan called Peterson’s comments “quite offensive.”

Yes, Piers. The truth is offensive to those who lie and deceive!

See also:

~Eowyn

President Lucifer pours oil on anti-Zimmerman rage

Not content with the already scores of Trayvon protests and riots by Zimmerman lynch-mobs across America, the community organizer agitator in the White House is now ratcheting up the heat.

On Friday, July 19, 2013, in a surprise appearance in the White House briefing room, Obama compared himself to Trayvon in his first public remarks on the Florida jury’s acquittal of George Zimmerman of all murder/manslaughter charges in last year’s shooting of 5′ 11″ Trayvon Martin. (My rebuttals to Pres. Lucifer are in italics, colored green.)

Martin & ObamaMartin (l) and the Hood-in-Chief

As reported by Olivier Knox for Yahoo, Obama pours more oil on the raging fire, saying that “many African-Americans” believe that “both the outcome and the aftermath might have been different” if Martin had been white. (Mr. President, do you mean the very white and blonde Nicole Simpson?)

Obama the demagogue said:

“You know, when Trayvon Martin was first shot, I said that this could have been my son. Another way of saying that is Trayvon Martin could have been me 35 years ago.” (That’s so true, Mr. President! Both you and Martin did dope! You admitted in your memoirs you had “done” cocaine in high school and college and, if you’re honest, even in adulthood while you were an Illinois state senator. Just ask Larry Sinclair!)

Then, pouring even more oil on the raging fire among many black Americans, Obama described his alleged experience with race-based prejudice:

“There are very few African-American men in this country who haven’t had the experience of being followed when they were shopping in a department store—that includes me. There are very few African-American men who haven’t had the experience of walking across the street and hearing the locks click on the doors of cars. That happens to me—at least before I was a senator. There are very few African-Americans who haven’t had the experience of getting on an elevator and a woman clutching her purse nervously and holding her breath until she had a chance to get off. That happens often.”

Hey, Pres. Lucifer. Former U.S. Senator Allen West, who is more black than you, says he experienced none of that: “I am a black male who grew up in the inner city of Atlanta and no one ever followed me in a mall. I don’t recall any doors clicking when I crossed the street. And I never had anyone clutching their handbag when I got on an elevator. I guess having two awesome parents who taught me  to be a respectful young man paid dividends.”

Then Obama admitted that the Zimmerman trial judge had “conducted the trial in a professional manner,” that both prosecution and defense “made their arguments,” and that the jurors “were properly instructed that in a case such as this reasonable doubt was relevant, and they rendered a verdict,” and that “once the jury has spoken, that’s how our system works.”

Mr. President, then why are you now stirring the pot and fanning the flames?

I know! I know!

It’s because the more black Americans are encouraged to lynch George Zimmerman, the less they’ll remember that you, after 4½ years in the White House, had done squat in improving the economy and the living circumstances of not just blacks, but all Americans. All you’ve done is to add more Americans to the public dole, and inflate our national debt to a dizzying $16.872 trillion — and counting.

It’s because the more sheeple Americans and the State Controlled Media remain fixated on George Zimmerman and “justice” for Trayvon, the less we’ll think and talk about all the many impeachment-worthy scandals of your regime — Benghazi-gate, IRS-gate, NSAsurveillance-gate, etc. etc.

Speaking of Benghazi-gate, Doug Giles’ Clash Daily rightly asks: “What about justice for Ambassador Christopher Stevens?”

Justice for Chris Stevens

Lastly, Mr. President, since it was your DOJ goons who are behind all those Trayvon Martin protests last year (see “Audio evidence that Obama’s DOJ is behind Trayvon Martin racial unrest,” July 12, 2013), your remarks last Friday are even more hypocritical and disgusting.

~Eowyn

Bill Whittle: The Lynching of George Zimmerman

PJ Media’s Bill Whittle is a voice of sanity and soft-spoken, but fierce, rationality in politics today.

In this video, he calmly and clearly describes who Trayvon Martin was; that George Zimmerman is no racist; what happened that fateful night; how Obama and Eric Holder politicized Zimmerman’s shooting of Martin; the kangaroo-court trial of Zimmerman; and especially how the establishment media distorted everything.

H/t Patriot Action Network

~Eowyn

How the media portray Martin/Zimmerman

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Stop blaming racism for your own bad behavior!

On August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous speech, I Have a Dream, in which he said:

“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”

Sadly, half a century later, Dr. King’s dream remains an aspiration to be fulfilled. Too many black Americans and their allies on the Left are still relying on the “color of their skin,” scapegoating anyone who judges “the content of their character” with the noxious label of “racist.”

My bud Mark S. McGrew sent me this outstanding essay by Rev. Sam Sewell. He urges that y’all send this post to:

Sanford.florida@usdoj.gov

That’s the special email address that Eric Holder and the Department of Injustice so thoughtfully set up for all patriotic Americans to send in their “tips” on George Zimmerman, whom a jury acquitted last Saturday. DOJ wants your “tips” so that the Obama regime can sic him with federal civil rights charges — even though the DOJ’s own FBI has found no evidence that Zimmerman is racist.

~Eowyn

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No Matter What Color You Are

By Rev. Sam Sewell

We need to begin accepting that there is an underclass of people who are racist, criminal, use more than they produce, feed at the public trough, produce fatherless children, see themselves as victims, use dangerous drugs, promote prostitution, whose speech is full of vulgarities and reeks of ignorance, and hate white Americans. Gee, who could that class of people be? Do we have a name for them? Or is the name unspeakable?

Quote from a Psychology Professor I once had;  “People are not who you think they are. People are not who they think they are. People are what they do. That is why this is called the behavioral science”. Forget the labels. They are all misleading. Pay attention to the behavior. Describe these people according to their behavior and all the racist politics dissolve into the nothingness from which they came. The word “racist” was invented by democrats to buy votes.

No Matter What Color You Are:

If you participate in criminal behavior you are a criminal and you don’t deserve to be treated as an equal with law abiding citizens.

If your demographic group commits more crime than other demographic groups you will be looked upon with suspicion even if you personally are not a criminal.

If your demographic group has a large number of dysfunctional families your children will not be well adjusted nor do well in school or the workplace.

If your demographic group has a large percentage of “fatherless” children your culture is sick and does not deserve equality.

If your demographic group has a high drop-out rate for high school you are not the equal of educated people.

If your demographic group uses illegal drugs and abuses alcohol you will not be the equal of sober responsible people.

If you cannot properly read, write, and speak the language of your country do not expect equal treatment when you apply for a job or interact with those who are fluent with the primary language.

If you behave hatefully toward other demographic groups you will not be respected.

If you use more than you produce or accept handouts you are of no value to your society and cannot expect to be treated as an equal.

If your demographic group makes up 12% of the population and accounts for 49% of all homicides, and if  93%  of those murders a committed by other people in  the same demographic group, your group is pathologically violent and should not be seen as equal to other less violent groups.

If it is safer to be in the military than in your neighborhood, enlist now.  If you get through boot camp you will be treated as an equal.

If you are blaming other people for your dysfunctional behavior you have serious psychological problems and don’t deserve to be treated as an equal.

Equity doesn’t come to you because of your color, no matter what it is.  Laws cannot bestow equality, no matter how much politicians will lie to you to get your vote.  You will be respected because of your behavior.  You will be equal when your behavior is equal to other people in the nation.

There are dozens of demographic studies that have not been cited above, but make the same point.  Don’t blame your color for your lack of equality.  Blame your own behavior.

The good news is that there is a way out.  You do have equal opportunity.  Change your behavior and you will leave your demographic group behind and become an equal.

You may be right that “simple will power” is not adequate to reverse decades of social pathology. But I do know that validating pathology and subsidizing it will prevent any tactic from being efficacious. The sub culture we are discussing is sick to its core. However, the solution is available within this very same demographic group. Not everybody is sick. One of the most valuable areas of research for epidemiologists is studying those who don’t get sick. How are the functional people in this demographic group behaving?  Mostly they succeed because of hard work, good values, and responsible living. And that is a universal recipe for success and is not confined to any demographic group. Those are the nongovernmental solutions that can heal a sick society.

Blaming the pathology on other people is not a solution.

Blaming the pathology on history is not a solution.

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Rev. Sam Sewell is Director of Best Self USA, a Pastoral Psychotherapist who serves on the faculty of Naples Community Hospital as an instructor for Clinical Pastoral Education; President of the Theological Centeer in Naples; a member of Mensa where he serves as Gifted Youth Coordinator; a U.S. Navy Veteran; and a Member of the Association For Intelligence Officers. He is a frequent commentator on mental health and religious issues. His award winning research on family issues is published in several languages. Member of Sigma Delta Chi Honor Society.

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Black minister Rev. Manning defends Zimmerman

I love the good Reverend and Dr. James David Manning.

If you feel as I do about this wonderful man, please consider making a donation, no matter how small, to his ATLAH World Missionary Church in Harlem, NY. Click here.

I wouldn’t ask you if I hadn’t made a donation myself — and got a very gracious “thank you” from the pastor. :)

H/t my friend Robert K. Wilcox & FOTM’s joworth.

Check out FOTM’s new page, “Black Racism & Race Riots” – here!

~Eowyn