Why I continued the Trayvon discussions…

I was gonna give up the Trayvon discussions but up until the point where George saved a family from an overturned truck… I just had to post that story just so that I can show people that George is not the monster that the media makes him out to be. I also wanted to show a few useful facebook memes to bring up a point about a few things. I may have given up the Trayvon discussion in facebook but I think I will continue it here. I feel that this topic should not be ignored and I need to voice my feelings about this. I need to let my voice heard.

It’s interesting how people react to this story

In facebook, I’ve gotten too many complaints of people saying that I shouldn’t say stuff like, “You would do the same thing if you were in this situation”. Well, it’s true if you think about it, right? If some punk kid or even a full grown adult was in your face and all of a sudden this person starts kicking your ass… what else are you going to do? You have to kill that person in order to survive; otherwise, you would be dead if you don’t do anything. You can’t just let this criminal kill ya. It’s gonna make him win and let him go free. Most importantly… you have too many family & friends who love and care for you. You have a whole life ahead of you… you can’t just let the criminal kill you. When people gets offended when I say things like, “You would do the same thing if you were in this situation”… that means people are afraid to admit that they would do the same thing. They know I’m telling the truth and they hate hearing it.

If you had some guy slamming your head against the sidewalk, beating you with a baseball bat or smashing your head against glass or something drastic as that… there is no other way to escape from that stuff. The only way to escape from the brutal beating alive is to kill your opponent. Whatever it takes with a gun, knife or whatever weapon you could find. If you’re good at fighting yourself… you can even kill your opponent with your bare hands if necessary. Do whatever it takes to survive. There’s nothing wrong with it. It’s completely okay.

These things happen all the time in America. It’s been happening for years. People kill other people for self defense. They usually don’t get arrested but even if they do get arrested — they are usually acquitted in trial.

There are also too many people who still see that Trayvon was a sweet innocent little boy and they think he was never a thug. That’s what the media and Trayvon’s family wanted you to believe. Have you ever noticed that Trayvon’s family never released that much photos to the media publicly? The only photos they released of him were ones of him that were younger than 17… back in the days when he did look innocent and harmless. They didn’t release any pictures of him wearing gangsta kind of clothing or anything like that.

Yes, there is a race war going on. In the media and out on the streets in various cities in the USA with different protests/riots going on. Obama just made the topic of race going even more with his last speech about Trayvon. His speech was pretty racist toward the white people.

People just hate hearing the truth that Trayvon started it all. That’s why people get upset and that’s why they go after people who side with G.Z.

Kids aren’t always good kids. They can be a bunch of punks and they can be little brats. I know — I’ve dealt with them myself when I was in school — they can be pretty violent. I’ve gotten bullied quite often and even almost gotten into fights with them myself. Kids aren’t always angels and people need to stop thinking they are. If you want kids to be “good” kids… they can be… it requires good parenting skills if you want them to behave as they get older.

After all the gun shootings and other violence over the years from Gabby Giffords, the Aurora movie theater shootings, the Boston Bombings, etc. What was the age range of the suspects of those crimes? Yes, that’s right… they were young kids, go figure. You have every good fucking reason to kill these violent little pricks. So don’t sit there and tell me that these kids don’t deserve to die.

If George didn’t kill Trayvon Martin and let him live… think how many more criminals acts he could have done that day. Trayvon could have killed someone or start a house on fire or something of that sort. Remember, kids aren’t always little angels. If you don’t want your kid to turn out that way, you need to be a good father and mother if you don’t want them to grow up to be a violent criminal.

If your life was being threatened by some kid… yep, they deserved to be killed. When there is nothing else you can do… there is no other choice and I’m sticking with it.

Kev

7 thoughts on “Why I continued the Trayvon discussions…”

  1. Kev, Trayvon isn’t worth the effort, imo, to say anything about that illegally-high on dope thug. His parents should be held criminally-responsible for the damages done by that delinquent. That is the Law right? Parents of minors are held responsible for their own kids, right? Now, George Zimmerman, the evidence speaks the truth, he is a true American hero.

      1. Thanks Kev, it’s just amazing how the doubters still can’t believe George Zimmerman stopped to help those people out of the vehicle, there is no-changing-their-minds, even with facts because I believe they are all so embarrassed they were fooled for so long by the media and the prosecution team.

      2. Yeah, if this country wasn’t so racist then George would have been honored by the Sanford mayor with a medal plaque. That’s what George should have gotten instead of being treated like a murderer.

        Kev

      3. Maybe if Trayvon’s parents get charged with crimes of child neglect or something for not keeping their child (Trayvon) under control, maybe then George will get the recognition he needs. It is a liability to not reimburse damages caused by a minor child, isn’t it? And, George just helped out some people at a vehicle-crash and the whiners are still not happy. You can’t make a person that is not happy with their own life happy by seeing positive-accomplishments by others, they turn their hatred and jealousy into rants, rage, and vindictiveness towards the good people they remain soooooo very jealous of, imo.

  2. Chances are neither (Zimmerman, Martin) were saints or up to be nominated for “All American Citizen” before their encounter one dark night. The fact is we don’t know – probably can’t know – with any certainty what happened.

    But the physical evidence and the majority of the credible evidence back Zimmerman’s story of self defense. Was Zimmerman absolutely innocent? Can’t know that.

    But we have a system of justice that says before we put somebody behind bars for the rest of their life we should be able to convince the jurors that he is guilty of some crime beyond a reasonable doubt.

    Obviously that standard – beyond reasonable doubt – could not be met.

    So Zimmerman walks, and he should – even if in truth he is less than 100% innocent – because that is how justice is served. It is served when we follow our principles and one of the biggest principles is we need to be certain before putting someone in jail for a long time.

    Know that doesn’t always happen, and justice sometimes isn’t done, and sometimes it might even be racial prejudice. But in this case I don’t think so.

    I have been on a jury for a serious crime. I understand it is not easy. I think they did the right thing.

    lwk
    free2beinamerica2.wordpress.com

    1. Good post. Whether people think George is a good guy or not, he is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. People thinks it’s the other way around these days. George might be telling his side of the story but the trial simply couldn’t prove his guilt… that’s why he was let go.

      Kev

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