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Justice for Trayvon, Race-Hustler Style
PJ Media ^ | June 27, 2013 | J. Christian Adams

Posted on 06/27/2013 5:36:34 PM PDT by jazusamo

Right now, hanging on the door of a federal employee’s office in the Department of Justice Voting Section is a sign expressing racial solidarity with Trayvon Martin. What this has to do with the Department of Justice is perhaps a mystery, but not to me.

One might ponder why the Justice Department Civil Rights Division rushed to Florida in the first place and took sides once the racial furnace was sufficiently stoked. When Eric Holder’s old pal from D.C. (and a Philadelphia court case), New Black Panther chieftain Malik Zulu Shabazz, called for a 10,000 strong black-male mob to seize George Zimmerman, we knew what was in store.

It wasn’t going to be justice.

But Justice came to Florida anyhow, in the form of the Community Relations Service of Eric Holder’s DOJ. Instead of calming the racial tensions, the DOJ took sides. Instead of calming the mob, the DOJ joined it — providing training for the mob and even arranging a police escort.

This is justice, race-hustler style. When Malik Zulu Shabazz demands blood, Eric Holder arrives to deliver a more moderate face to mob anger.

But notice Holder never condemned the calls for vigilantism. Why would he? We’ve learned Holder’s sense of justice depends on what the parties look like. He never has a discouraging word for certain agitators, including Malik Zulu Shabazz.

But if you are Texas, South Carolina, or a majority of the Supreme Court, beware.

Now the nation sees what race-hustler style justice looks like at trial. Florida, cowed into bringing charges after the race-hustler threats and overt DOJ “interest,” at last is forced to put on a case before a jury. And what a clown show it has become.

The star witness for the prosecution, Rachel Jeantel, tells America with a straight face that “cracker isn’t a racial term.”

Right, and the New Black Panthers didn’t do anything wrong.

Rachel, call Tom Perez at the DOJ. He has a job waiting for you.

jeantel

Jeantel also testified she couldn’t read cursive writing. In particular, she couldn’t read her statement she purportedly wrote (in cursive) implicating George Zimmerman.

If the prosecutors had any sense of justice, at this point they would call a recess and null process the case. But this is justice, race-hustler style. The lawyers probably would be afraid to leave the courthouse if they did. Malik Zulu Shabazz might put a bounty on their heads next.

Malik Zulu Shabazz has a long history of ginning up racially charged fairy tales of criminal conduct. He showed up in Durham, North Carolina, and helped spin a defamatory tale about the Duke lacrosse team that wrecked lives. Establishment media have forgotten that earlier cry of wolf.

No matter. Consider the response of Ted Williams to the obnoxious and shifting testimony of star witness Jeantel on On the Record with Greta: “I think there may be some kind of quote unquote cultural divide because of how she talks.” Does the “cultural divide” account for lying?

Even evolving inconsistent and possibly dishonest testimony is excused through a racial explanation.

The George Zimmerman trial has become O.J. 2.0, except this time the racially guilty is in the docks. The worm has turned.

Let’s presume Zimmerman is acquitted. Will the race hustlers like Al Sharpton and Malik Zulu Shabazz stand down? Will the destroyed credibility of the star witness Jeantel temper their response before they incite the mobs to action as we’ve seen after past verdicts? Will DOJ arrive in Sanford, this time to ensure storefronts aren’t smashed and bricks aren’t used to bash in the heads of innocent truckers?

Somehow I doubt it. We’ve seen this script before. It’s important for the actors to stay in character — and moderation and truth aren’t part of the role.

The race hustlers should beware. Americans are growing weary of the obsession of explaining moral choices through a racial context. Most of us have been raised to understand human behavior as a series of individual choices — good and bad. Consequences follow those choices. The incessant agenda to ascribe racial explanations to human behavior — whether pulling a trigger, or lying on the stand isn’t American-style justice. It’s immoral. It’s justice, race-hustler style; and it has overstayed its welcome.


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Government; News/Current Events; US: Florida
KEYWORDS: doj; holder; martin; nbpp; newblackpanthers; perez; racehustler; racheljeantel; shabazz; zimmerman

1 posted on 06/27/2013 5:36:34 PM PDT by jazusamo
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To: jazusamo

I agree there’s a script that has been written for this little ‘side show’. They are going to do everything in their power to get some rioting started. Perhaps in the fond hope it will go nationwide and then start the next domino in the chain that’s been set up to fall, etc.

My own ‘fond hope’ is that it turns out to be a ‘dud’.


2 posted on 06/27/2013 5:46:42 PM PDT by The Working Man
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To: jazusamo

“It’s immoral. It’s justice, race-hustler style; and it has overstayed its welcome.”


3 posted on 06/27/2013 5:48:20 PM PDT by Irenic (The pencil sharpener and Elmer's glue is put away-- we've lost the red wheel barrow)
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To: jazusamo

Good article! Enough ‘mau-mauing.’ A term from, of all places, Kenya.


4 posted on 06/27/2013 5:50:25 PM PDT by tumblindice (America's founding fathers: All armed conservatives.)
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To: jazusamo

We have been solely focused on race for 50 years now that we have nothing else to offer. We have lost our culture and have become only skin deep. It is sad that Race is all we identity ourselves with. Race has become our only power.


5 posted on 06/27/2013 5:53:06 PM PDT by jacheff
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To: jazusamo
This is justice, race-hustler style. When Malik Zulu Shabazz demands blood, Eric Holder arrives to deliver a more moderate face to mob anger.

I wouldn't expect anything less from a crazy azz n****r like Holder.

6 posted on 06/27/2013 5:53:18 PM PDT by ConservativeInPA (Molon Labe - Shall not be questioned)
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To: jazusamo

Zimmerman had better be acquitted.


7 posted on 06/27/2013 5:53:47 PM PDT by onyx (Please Support Free Republic - Donate Monthly! If you want on Sarah Palin's Ping List, Let Me know!)
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To: tumblindice

Yep, Holder and his DOJ flunkies are abetting the race hustlers, plain and simple.


8 posted on 06/27/2013 5:54:05 PM PDT by jazusamo ("Mercy to the guilty is cruelty to the innocent." -- Adam Smith)
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To: onyx

Amen to that, onyx.

If not in this “trial” he will be on appeal.


9 posted on 06/27/2013 5:56:31 PM PDT by jazusamo ("Mercy to the guilty is cruelty to the innocent." -- Adam Smith)
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To: onyx

“Zimmerman had better be acquitted.”

Agreed,but I don’t think it will happen. The deck is stacked against him. Very sad.

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10 posted on 06/27/2013 5:58:10 PM PDT by Mears
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To: jacheff

“We have been solely focused on race for 50 years now that we have nothing else to offer.”

The greatest missed opportunities of American history and our worst moments all pertain to slavery.

1) The Dutch slave ship that started it all at Jamestown in the early 1600’s. If only the colonists had sent the ship and its cargo away.
2) The failure of the founding fathers to eliminate slavery in the original Constitution.
3) The Civil War.
4) The assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln was the only politician who might have brought the union together and facilitated the integration of former slaves into society. His assassination resulted in Reconstruction which created the bitterness of southern whites leading to Jim Crow laws and segregation.
5. The assassination of Martin Luther King. Had King lived the Civil Rights movement would have been led by a man who wanted a color blind society instead of affirmative action race hustlers such as Jackson and Sharpton.
6. The election of Barack Obama as the first black President. Obama could have been a historical figure working to bring the nation together in a vision of a color blind society. Instead he and his underlings have deliberately worked to exacerbate racial tensions and preferences.


11 posted on 06/27/2013 6:02:22 PM PDT by Soul of the South (Yesterday is gone. Today will be what we make of it.)
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To: Mears

I share your fears; sentiment.
I’m praying.


12 posted on 06/27/2013 6:05:10 PM PDT by onyx (Please Support Free Republic - Donate Monthly! If you want on Sarah Palin's Ping List, Let Me know!)
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To: jazusamo

Prayerfully.


13 posted on 06/27/2013 6:05:32 PM PDT by onyx (Please Support Free Republic - Donate Monthly! If you want on Sarah Palin's Ping List, Let Me know!)
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To: jazusamo

After the Girls of Zimmerman are Gone:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/3036229/posts?page=1


14 posted on 06/27/2013 6:07:15 PM PDT by IChing
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To: The Working Man

If we want the race riot to be a dud, the word has to get out that every white person in Florida will be armed until after the verdict is read. Warn your friends they don’t want to be the next Reginald Denny.


15 posted on 06/27/2013 6:07:32 PM PDT by Betty Jane
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To: jazusamo

Hmmm. Sounds like there is an opportunity for dismissal if judge determines the prosecution hasn’t presented enough evidence to warrant continuing.

O’Mara hints at a motion for dismissal:

“Yes we will consider putting Zimmerman on the stand after most of it is done depending on how it is going after we decide if we need to present a defense after the state is done.”


16 posted on 06/27/2013 6:12:32 PM PDT by IChing
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To: jazusamo
The race hustlers should beware. Americans are growing weary of the obsession of explaining moral choices through a racial context.

Blind hatred never sees very far ahead.

17 posted on 06/27/2013 6:15:31 PM PDT by Standing Wolf
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To: The Working Man

go to your Twitter account, and search “Zimmerman riot” ...interesting stuff


18 posted on 06/27/2013 6:17:15 PM PDT by griswold3 (Quis custodiet ipsos custodes)
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To: jazusamo
It's now the "Just-US" dept!! Only BLACKS and LIBERALS get their Day in court!!

They are RELLY testing my Racial Patience these days.

19 posted on 06/27/2013 6:17:35 PM PDT by Ann Archy (Abortion.....the HUMAN Sacrifice to the god of Convenience.)
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To: jazusamo

Great observations. J. Christian Adams is an American hero for his work and for his sacrifice.


20 posted on 06/27/2013 6:19:11 PM PDT by IChing
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To: IChing
If Jeantel is the primary witness for the prosecutions case the case should be dismissed immediately and prosecutorial misconduct charges filed.
21 posted on 06/27/2013 6:20:43 PM PDT by jazusamo ("Mercy to the guilty is cruelty to the innocent." -- Adam Smith)
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To: onyx

I don’t know; one witness, who seemed reasonably credible except for biased/unclear identification, WAS clear in saying the guy on top (whether identifiable as Zimmerman or not) got up and the guy on the bottom (whether Martin or not) did not. Sounds like Zimmerman was not actively getting pounded at the time the fight reached its climax.


22 posted on 06/27/2013 6:23:20 PM PDT by Glenmore
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To: Ann Archy

Well stated...That’s exactly what Holder and his “Just-Us” dept are about.


23 posted on 06/27/2013 6:23:31 PM PDT by jazusamo ("Mercy to the guilty is cruelty to the innocent." -- Adam Smith)
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To: onyx

The judge is an idiot.

Or... I wonder what the DHS / Holder has on Her.


24 posted on 06/27/2013 6:26:52 PM PDT by DanielRedfoot (Creepy Ass Cracker)
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To: Glenmore

NO charges were filed until the race hustlers got involved, some 40 days afterward, IIRC.


25 posted on 06/27/2013 6:32:24 PM PDT by onyx (Please Support Free Republic - Donate Monthly! If you want on Sarah Palin's Ping List, Let Me know!)
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To: DanielRedfoot

Oh gosh. I was afraid of that.
Thanks for telling me.


26 posted on 06/27/2013 6:33:02 PM PDT by onyx (Please Support Free Republic - Donate Monthly! If you want on Sarah Palin's Ping List, Let Me know!)
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To: Soul of the South
The assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln was the only politician who might have brought the union together and facilitated the integration of former slaves into society.

Really! I understood he was a proponent of shipping blacks to Liberia. See the section about

Liberia

Ameican Colonization Society

27 posted on 06/27/2013 6:52:12 PM PDT by LoneRangerMassachusetts (The meek shall not inherit the Earth)
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To: jazusamo

If Jabba the Hutt is to be believed....Martin racially profiled Zimmerman

Where is Al Sharpton now?


28 posted on 06/27/2013 7:16:10 PM PDT by SeminoleCounty (Don't Blame Me For La Raza Rubio....I Voted For Alex Snitker)
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To: Soul of the South

“Had King lived the Civil Rights movement would have been led by a man “

Sorry, but King was all for Affirmative Action, aka Racism.

“The term “affirmative action” did not come into currency until after King’s death “but it was King himself, as chair of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, who initiated the first successful national affirmative action campaign: “Operation Breadbasket.”

In Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago and other cities, King staffers gathered data on the hiring patterns of corporations doing business in black communities, and called on companies to rectify disparities. “At present, SCLC has Operation Breadbasket functioning in some 12 cities, and the results have been remarkable,” King wrote (quoted in Testament of Hope, James Washington, ed.), boasting of “800 new and upgraded jobs [and] several covenants with major industries.”

King was well aware of the arguments used against affirmative action policies. As far back as 1964, he was writing in Why We Can’t Wait: “Whenever the issue of compensatory treatment for the Negro is raised, some of our friends recoil in horror. The Negro should be granted equality, they agree; but he should ask nothing more. On the surface, this appears reasonable, but it is not realistic.”

King supported affirmative action”;type programs because he never confused the dream with American reality. As he put it, “A society that has done something special against the Negro for hundreds of years must now do something special for the Negro” to compete on a just and equal basis (quoted in Let the Trumpet Sound, by Stephen Oates).

In a 1965 Playboy interview, King compared affirmative action”;style policies to the GI Bill: “Within common law we have ample precedents for special compensatory programs.... And you will remember that America adopted a policy of special treatment for her millions of veterans after the war.”

In King’s teachings, affirmative action approaches were not “reverse discrimination” or “racial preference.” King promoted affirmative action not as preference for race over race (or gender over gender), but as a preference for inclusion, for equal oportunity, for real democracy. Nor was King’s integration punitive: For him, integration benefited all Americans, male and female, white and non”;white alike. And contrary to Gingrich, King insisted that, along with individual efforts, collective problems require collective solutions.

Like Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, King viewed affirmative action as a means to achieving a truly egalitarian and color”;blind society. To destroy the means, the gradual process by which equality is achieved, destroys the dream itself. And the use of King’s name in this enterprise only adds derision to destruction.


29 posted on 06/27/2013 7:19:37 PM PDT by CodeToad (Liberals are bloodsucking ticks. We need to light the matchstick to burn them off. -786 +969)
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To: jazusamo

If Zimmerman is acquitted the DOJ will charge him with Civil Rights violations and will use their carefully chosen jury to send him to prison for at least 5 years. He is socially guilty and must be made to pay. It still surprised me that lawyers and jurors in trials like this are not also charged with CR violations after the “wrong” verdict is delivered.


30 posted on 06/27/2013 7:24:15 PM PDT by arthurus (Read Hazlitt's Economiws In One Lesson ONLINE http://steshaw.org/econohttp://www.fee.org/library/det)
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To: onyx

He may well be convicted but should get off on appeal fairly easily. He cannot escape a Federal civil rights conviction, however.


31 posted on 06/27/2013 7:25:54 PM PDT by arthurus (Read Hazlitt's Economiws In One Lesson ONLINE http://steshaw.org/econohttp://www.fee.org/library/det)
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To: Irenic

sounds like a tag line....


32 posted on 06/27/2013 7:27:09 PM PDT by Mom MD (A million people attended Obamas inauguration. 14 of them actually missed work)
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To: arthurus
It wouldn't surprise me that this DOJ would do exactly that.

Holder and his flunkies have no shame and like Holder's boss takes the in-your-face approach to their type of ‘injustice’.

33 posted on 06/27/2013 7:31:14 PM PDT by jazusamo ("Mercy to the guilty is cruelty to the innocent." -- Adam Smith)
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To: jazusamo

Someone should create a thread about how it’s possible U.S. public government schools are producing young adults like Jeantel, who after 12 years of public schooling cannot perform basic tasks such as communicate or read.


34 posted on 06/27/2013 8:05:46 PM PDT by dragnet2 (Diversion and evasion are tools of deceit)
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To: dragnet2

That’s a great point and I believe it lies in the public educational system that’s been taken over by the NEA and their affiliate unions.

Taxpayers pay top dollar to educate their kids and it’s mostly for naught.


35 posted on 06/27/2013 8:37:50 PM PDT by jazusamo ("Mercy to the guilty is cruelty to the innocent." -- Adam Smith)
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To: jazusamo
Rachel, call Tom Perez at the DOJ. He has a job waiting for you...don't put ideas in her head (not that they'd stay there for very long) - she's just the sort who'll end up as a deputy assistant senior grade director at DOJ......
36 posted on 06/27/2013 9:22:10 PM PDT by Intolerant in NJ
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To: arthurus
He may well be convicted but should get off on appeal fairly easily. He cannot escape a Federal civil rights conviction, however.

UGH.

Everything about this case just sux.

37 posted on 06/27/2013 9:32:17 PM PDT by onyx (Please Support Free Republic - Donate Monthly! If you want on Sarah Palin's Ping List, Let Me know!)
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To: arthurus

Unfortunately, no matter how the trial turns out, his life will always be in danger. If he is acquitted, he will have to remain in hiding all his life unless he moves to another country (like Peru). If he is sent to prison, some prisoner with nothing to lose will try to kill him.


38 posted on 06/27/2013 9:54:32 PM PDT by Verginius Rufus
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To: Glenmore

You make about as much sense as the twit that was on the stand


39 posted on 06/27/2013 10:09:42 PM PDT by Figment
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To: jazusamo

?There is precedent for it. Remember Rodney KÌng


40 posted on 06/28/2013 12:59:38 PM PDT by arthurus (Read Hazlitt's Economiws In One Lesson ONLINE http://steshaw.org/econohttp://www.fee.org/library/det)
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To: arthurus

Yes, I remember him well and the second trial, as well as Holder’s people rioting.


41 posted on 06/28/2013 1:12:54 PM PDT by jazusamo ("Mercy to the guilty is cruelty to the innocent." -- Adam Smith)
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