Skip to comments.Zimmerman to be charged with Involuntary Racism
Posted on 07/28/2013 7:16:19 AM PDT by rktman
A little satire from the Peoples Cube. Sadly, for us, from the lefts view point, it is almost an honest statement of what they would like to have happen.
Oh, yeah? And I diagnose the left with a terminal case of dumba**
Excellent idea by Cube. “Involuntary Racism” is a concept bound to live on.
I believe it is the newly discovered “Race Derangement Syndrome”.
That is an AMAZING website.
Involuntary racism. WTF? This is a new term designed by Eric Holder to make whites afraid to say or do anything that referes to blacks. These people are not going to be happy until they start a race war.
Involuntary racism is a global epidemic. How dare the British Royals name the new baby George, when they should’ve named the kid Trayvon!
Satirical take from The Peoples Cube. But sadly, it could happen.
Me thinks that if anyone could, and should shout “RACISIM” it should be George Zimmerman himself. The left has repeatedly pounded at G.Z. for months.
Zimmerman should be looking to sue the media, the Martin family themselves plus numerous others who have jumped on the bandwagon against him. He was found “NOT GUILTY” and there has been no evidence todate suggesting anything close to him being racist.
That means he was thinking about it one time.
Close enough to what is actually being said by the usual fellow travelers this week. For the first time in my life, I heard of “situational racism” and “subconscious racism” as being actual things, and reasons for a criminal act.
The trial failed to prove actual racism, and pre- and post-trial insights into George’s character have proven the opposite of racism, so they have to go further into fantasy and mumbo-jumbo to try to make their non-existent case.
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