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who’s the perp and who’s the vic, thats whats really important, its all politics and has nothing to do with justice.

24 Mar

president obama inserts himself into a tragedy but only when its white on black and politically useful. ala the beer summit

race hustler sharpten and jesse jackson say thiers a war on black people but leading up to the tragic death of trayvon thier have been dozens upon dozens of attacks by black youths out to hurt anyone who isnt black. like the teen who had gasoline poured on his head and lit on fire by a gang of black teens becuase he was white. this is what you deserve becuase your white they told him.

This is a tragedy, no doubt and I pray for everyone involved. No one should suffer or die because of their race or gender or preferences; nor should they die because of anyone else’s. But – why are we never adjured by the President to search our souls when a white person is killed by a black person? Why is it racist only when black is killed by white? Either it is all reprehensible, or none of it is.

Radegunda

Did Obama call for national “soul searching” when people who “look like” his imaginary son chased down a boy and set him on fire, saying he deserved it because he was white? Or played their sometimes-deadly “knockout game” against vulnerable people who look different, or perpetrated flash-mob theft and mayhem against shopkeepers and passersby? Of course not. Like his attorney general, he believes that “civil rights” are all about black people (who haven’t personally been oppressed) getting revenge against white people (who haven’t actually oppressed them).

Race Pimp Jesse Jackson On Trayvon Martin Case: “Blacks Are Under Attack” … Obama’s Victory Has “Triggered Tremendous Backlash”…

Race relations in America would be a million times better without bottom feeders like Jesse Jackson and Al Shartpon stiring up the pot for personal gain.

Via LA Times:

meanwhile the allways predictable black panthers have issued a death fatwa on goerge zimmerman the shooter of Trayvon.

New Black Panther Party Circulating “Wanted Dead or Alive” Poster For George Zimmerman…

Black Panthers Call For Lynching Of George Zimmerman

(Trayvon Martin in a Facebook picture the media isn’t showing.)The Black Panthers have issued “Wanted: Dead or Alive” posters for George Zimmerman, the shooter at the center of the controversial Florida neighborhood watch case.

Zimmerman claimed the shooting was in self-defense. Local investigators found no evidence to prove otherwise and, based on those findings, prosecutors declined to press charges.

The Family of the victim, understandably, is outraged. They received an outpouring of support from the community. But what’s most disturbing is, in that support, there have been calls to execute the accused killer. No trial, no jury. Guilty without representation.

And the Obama Administration is silent. Well, not completely silent. President Obama took a moment to further incite emotions in this case by declaring the victim, Trayvon Martin, looked just like his own son would look if he had one.

Did you mean black, Mr. President Barrack “The Uniter” Obama? Instead of representing Americans as a whole, instead of defending the Constitution, instead of ensuring Zimmerman’s rights are protected, the President of the United States has taken sides, based only on skin color.

should goerge zimmerman face trial and be arrested? im thinking yes but this is only a national case becuase it fits the leftist meme, or… allmost fits it. since zimmerman is a latino the leftists have had to tweek it abit but they wont stop.

New Witness Says Trayvon Martin Attacked George Zimmerman

—rdbrewer

That “white Hispanic” George Zimmerman was provoked. According to the MailOnline:

The witness, known only as John, told Sanford police that he saw Martin on top of George Zimmerman shortly before the fatal shot that has led to a national outcry, including a huge ‘hoodie’ march in Philadelphia last night.He recounted the details to Fox 35 News in Florida.

The witness told FOX 35 in Orlando that he saw evidence of a fight between Martin and Zimmerman, which could lend credence to the gunman’s claim that he was acting in self-defence.

‘The guy on the bottom who had a red sweater on was yelling to me: “Help, help… and I told him to stop and I was calling 911,’ he said.

Zimmerman was wearing a red sweater; Martin was in a grey hoodie.

He added: ‘When I got upstairs and looked down, the guy who was on top beating up the other guy, was the one laying in the grass, and I believe he was dead at that point.’

And from the the Orlando Sentinel:

Police found blood on [Zimmerman’s] face and the back of his head as well as grass on the back of his shirt.

It’s important to note that the picture we’ve seen circulated that makes Trayvon Martin look like a little boy might be misleading. Reports are that he was 6’2″ tall and a star football player. Apparently that picture is old, which makes one wonder whether it was selected for a reason.

I’m not saying Trayvon wasn’t a wonderful guy and that this isn’t a terrible case. I am suggesting that he wasn’t some little kid who must be innocent simply because he looks so young and small. We shouldn’t be forming opinions based upon the pictures we’ve seen.

so, why are they not descending like locusts on the school that produced the teens willing to burn a white boy to death just because he’s white? the teachers in that high school even encuoraged black on white violence as a form of retribution for past collective black suffering at the hands of “whitey” yet no justice dept officials decended on them…..

March 7, 2012

Was Boy in K.C. Fire Attack a Victim of His School’s Racist Teaching?

By Selwyn Duke

The boy raised his hand, eager to answer the question.  “What would you know about it?” exclaimed the teacher dismissively.  “You’re not our race.”

This was not dialogue from a Hollywood movie.  According to a woman named Melissa Coon, it was what a teacher at East High School in Kansas City told her 13-year-old son, Allen, when he attempted to answer a question during Black History Month.  Coon identifies that teacher as Mrs. Karla Dorsey, who is black; Allen is white.

As has already been reported, Allen was a victim of a vicious racial attack last week in which two older black teens doused him with gasoline and set him alight, saying, “This is what you deserve.  You get what you deserve, white boy.”  Not surprisingly, Coon has pulled her son out of East High and, concerned about further racial violence, intends to leave the K.C. area.

While this crime is making headlines, Coon states that it was merely the horrible culmination of continual racial harassment her son had to endure at East High.  Moreover, after conducting an investigation that included extensive interviews with parents and students, I’ve learned that Coon’s son is not alone.  Other white students also report a pattern of racial harassment at the high school at the hands of their peers — and, shockingly, their teachers.

Two of these victims were the twin 14-year-old daughters (first names withheld upon request) of Karin Wildeisen.  Ever since their family relocated from Texas, they had endured racial animosity in the Kansas City school system and inappropriate behavior by staff, which included teachers laughing while boys humiliatingly manhandled the girls and a teacher slapping one of them on the backside.  But there was far worse to come.

The twins started coming home and talking about the goings-on in an advanced-English class taught by a teacher Wildeisen identifies as Ms. Veda Monday.  Wildeisen said that her daughters told her, “There are four white kids in the class; they are being targeted racially.”  They said that Monday, who is black, was feeding the class racial material, about which Wildeisen notes, “She’s teaching advanced English; she has no reason to be teaching civil rights.”

But then there was the straw that broke the camel’s back.  One day, Monday allegedly showed an explicit film involving portrayals of whites lynching blacks and then, reports ex-Texan Wildeisen, “in front of the class attacked my daughters, telling them that ‘everybody from Texas is ignorant rednecks'” and that all white people were “responsible for Jasper because [their] skin is white.”  This reference is to an atrocity in Jasper, TX, in which three white men murdered a black man in 1998.

Where would a teacher get the idea that all whites are responsible for the Jasper tragedy?  It’s not hard to figure out.  Black liberation theology (BLT) instructs, writes the man some regard as its father, Professor James Cone, that “[a]ll white men are responsible for white oppression.”  And how common is BLT?  Well, Cone’s books were required reading at Barack Obama’s longtime house of worship in Chicago, Trinity United Church of Christ.

The end result of this is that Wildeisen, like Melissa Coon, decided to pull her children out of East High.  Also like Coon, she intends to leave the area, saying that it and the school are a “powder keg.”  As for now, her daughters are studying at home via a distance-learning program.

Another white victim is 15-year-old Ashley Miller, whose family had moved to K.C., MO, from Kansas.  Subject to racial harassment, she was called names such as “white b****.”  She also actually shared a class with Allen Coon, and as the only two white students in the room, they became the target of sexual comments.  Moreover, she reports the same experience with race-baiting videos as do the Wildeisens: they would be shown, and an onus would be placed on the white students.  Her mother Melissa told me that she now fears for her daughter’s safety and, you guessed it, is in the process of withdrawing Ashley from East High.  And the rest of the pattern is holding, too: the Millers are contemplating leaving the area.

Yet even putting the brutal fire attack aside, Melissa Coon’s young boy by far got the worst of it.  The tow-headed Allen looks like “the classic all-American white boy,” says his mother, and “after the first week [of school] he was nothing but racially harassed.”  She says that “he was called every racial slur you can imagine,” such as “honkey,” “cracker,” “whitey,” and “guero” (a Spanish slang term for whites that can be used in a derogatory way).  He was, she reports, pushed into lockers and was jumped in the bathroom.  And even before the recent attack, he was sometimes menaced by groups that would follow him part of the way home.

Even more damning, though, is that multiple educators were complicit in the harassment.  Mrs. Coon related an incident in which a teacher she identifies as Ms. Carla Kinder called Allen “Casper” and then “got all the students to get involved.”  Other times, the students would initiate the harassment, and the teachers would pick up the baton.  “They would tease him; people would make fun of him, and they’d chime in,” said Coon.

Then, as the Wildeisen girls report, as Ashley Miller reports, there were the race-baiting films.  Said Mrs. Coon, “They showed a lot of racial movies.  And people would make comments — lots of comments — especially at him [Allen], during these things.”

And this brings us to the fire attack of last week.  How is it that two teenagers would douse an innocent boy they don’t even know with gasoline and set him alight?  Karin Wildeisen has a theory.  Referring to Ms. Monday’s “English” class, she told me, “I think that the two boys who did this are going to be found in that teacher’s class — or somewhere thereabouts.”

It sure seems likely, and what should we say about East High’s “teaching” model?  Well, imagine repeatedly showing films depicting blacks committing nothing but crimes against whites.  Would there be any question about whether it was race-baiting?  Even Amos ‘n’ Andy is frowned upon today.

The fact is that, to paraphrase Lincoln, “if you look for the worst in a group, you’re sure to find it.”  If you display a group’s sins to the exclusion of its triumphs ad infinitum, you can make it appear a den of demons.  And ever since the advent of video technology, propaganda films have been used the world over to cultivate racial and ethnic hostility.  It is Hate 101.

And Indifference 101seems to be a course offering at East High, too.  Melissa Coon had been complaining to the school’s administration about her son’s harassment repeatedly — only to be ignored and stonewalled — repeatedly.  At one point an administrator told her that her son could have a transfer only to another district school but said that Allen would have “more problems there” and that he should stay at more “racially diverse” East High (which has no more than 20 white students).  At another, a vice principal Coon identifies as Ms. Jessica Bassett denied, while shaking and rubbing her hands together nervously, ever having heard about Allen’s problems even though they had been brought to her attention on at least five occasions.

And Coon’s experience with the local police hasn’t been much better.  Listening to her testimony I got the feeling that K.C. law enforcement didn’t want the arrest and prosecution of two black youths on a hate-crime charge, possibly for fear of the “powder keg.”  Perhaps this is a job for the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division.  Oh, yeah, Eric Holder.

Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/03/was_boy_in_kc_fire_attack_a_victim_of_his_schools_racist_teaching.html#ixzz1q3lZ0HkA

update:

Police Report: Trayvon Martin Suspended From School For Possessing Stolen Jewelry And “Burglary Tool”…

 

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