Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Why should anyone "honor Trayvon Martin"?

On Sunday, July 14th, 2013, President Barack Hussein Obama released the statement below on the George Zimmerman verdict.

President Obama said:

“The death of Trayvon Martin was a tragedy. Not just for his family, or for any one community, but for America. I know this case has elicited strong passions. And in the wake of the verdict, I know those passions may be running even higher. But we are a nation of laws, and a jury has spoken. I now ask every American to respect the call for calm reflection from two parents who lost their young son. And as we do, we should ask ourselves if we’re doing all we can to widen the circle of compassion and understanding in our own communities. We should ask ourselves if we’re doing all we can to stem the tide of gun violence that claims too many lives across this country on a daily basis. We should ask ourselves, as individuals and as a society, how we can prevent future tragedies like this. As citizens, that’s a job for all of us. That’s the way to honor Trayvon Martin.”

Of course it would have been a real tragedy for the Zimmerman family if George wasn't armed and able to save his own life when it looked as though death was near, but I don't think the President would have seen a "White-Hispanic" death as being tragic.

Since a "White-Black" person like Obama has the desire to divide America even more than he has already made it, maybe he can hold a press conference and explain to ALL of America why anyone with good sense should "honor Trayvon Martin"?

Why would anyone, especially the President of the United States, want Americans to honor someone - anyone -  who was killed while attempting to murder someone else?

George Zimmerman was the victim here. No, it was not Trayvon Martin.

Martin was the assailant! 

I've heard someone describe Martin as a "child." Image that, a "child"?

He was a 17 year-old young man!

I was a 17 year-old young man when I went into the Marine Corps. Thousands of 17 year-old young men and women go into our military every year.

No, he was not a "child." He was a 17 year-old young man with Gang Tattoos and an attitude.

An article from March 2012, talked about how the social media is often criticized for damaging a person's ability to maintain privacy.

However, in the case of Trayvon Martin, it may have enabled media and police to paint a more accurate picture of the deceased.

The Daily Caller and Yahoo News both have stories on new information surrounding Martin’s activity on such sites as Facebook, Myspace and (maybe Twitter).

Following a post by blogger Don Linehan on Wagist, both sites have cited tweets sent from the account NO_LIMIT_NIGGA, which they say has been positively identified as belonging to Trayvon Martin.

One picture from the Wagist post certainly backs the allegation up, showing a picture associated with the account which matches photos taken from Martin’s Facebook account, as well as Martin’s previously used nickname on Facebook – "Slimm".

Did Trayvon Martin Tweet Using the Account NO LIMIT NIGGA?

Did Trayvon Martin Tweet Using the Account NO LIMIT NIGGA?

Like it or not, Martin was indeed trying to kill Zimmerman when he was trying to smash Zimmerman's head into the cement pavement.

Honor him? In a pig's eye!

And as far as blaming the gun for this, it seems that the President and others in the black community would have rather seen George Zimmerman get his head smashed into the cement and their boy Trayvon Martin walk away free.

As for those who say that Zimmerman's gun "emboldened" him into confronting the bigger, stronger, younger man Martin? They have no idea what they are talking about.

I was in Security for years without the use of a gun and had to confront many punks who I suspected of doing something wrong.

What most liberal shitheads don't understand is that when in a confrontation which turns into a wrestling match, a gun can almost be a liability if the assailant gets hold of it.

I've seen uniformed Security, as well as uniformed Police Officers, try to stay alive while Joe Shithead assailant tries everything to take the officer's service pistol away from him so that he can use it on the officer.

In those cases, the officer is at a disadvantage because he is usually using one hand to try to protect his service pistol from being taken away from him - or her.

Of course, in this case, thankfully George Zimmerman was armed. If not, he would be dead and none of those who have a lynch mob mentality right now would have cared.

Apparently, from Trayvon Martin's emails and such, he talked a lot about using "ground and pound" fighting.

"Ground and pound" is a term used to describe a fighting style or technique in which one takes their opponent to the ground, and establishes a dominant position - usually a top position.

Then the attacker reigns down punches, elbows and forearm strikes to the downed fighter. This is used in MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) or any other NHB (No Holds Barred) fighting.

The toxicology report showed that Trayvon Martin had low levels of marijuana in his system the night of the shooting.

But there was more than just a little pot!

In addition, prescription Temazepam, a hypnotic that has been traced to violent outburts in some, a form of Benzodiazepine or "Benzo" was found in his system. Also prescription Adderall, another drug that is liable to abuse, was also found to be present.

On drugs or not, I can't help but wonder if Martin would have still assaulted Zimmerman if Martin had known that the smaller Zimmerman was actually armed.
Maybe the knowledge that Zimmerman had a gun could have kept Martin alive.

It is possible that if he knew that Zimmerman had one, that he would have thought twice about assaulting him. 

Frankly, I don't think Martin knew that Zimmerman was armed and that's how he got himself killed. The whole ground and pound things failed when the man on the bottom fired a shot to save his life!

It must have been a shock to Martin who was in the process of smashing Zimmerman's head in the cement pavement. 

It seems that while Trayvon Martin figured that he could physically beat up the smaller out of shape George Zimmerman, "ground and pound" him, Martin picked the wrong guy to beat up and try to kill - because that night the smaller man was armed.

Honor Trayvon Martin when his legacy is one of a young man who got killed while trying to kill another?


No, I don't believe I will.

Story by Tom Correa

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