Posted On: Friday - May 8th 2020 6:51PM MST
In Topics:   Media Stupidity  Race/Genetics
Deja Vu, anyone?
Due to my my household being what some may dub an Infotainment desert, I had not even heard of that this Sequel to Trayvon had come out yet, as produced by
A link there led me to what could have been a new site to peruse daily, called Information Liberation, but for the "article" in question being mostly a series of tweets.** It's just me, I guess, but that's not my favorite format for reading material. However, I like the ideas presented in Mr. Chris Menahan's 'The Trayvon Hoax' Gets A Reboot With The Shooting Death Of Ahmaud Arbery . It's his idea to compare this latest racial brewhaha to the Trayvon Martin self-defense effort of (Wow!) 8 years ago, as with a movie sequel.
There are lots of similarities between the two widely publicized incidents: (First let's just call George Zimmerman white for a bit here, not to go along with the Lyin' Press' narrative, but to make this easier to write.) Both started out with white citizen's trailing of a black man suspected to be up to no good in his/their neighborhood. (Yes, someone 6 foot tall, 200 lb at any age should be thought of as a man in the realm of self-defense.) Both of these black guys, instead of handling the situation like a rational human being (likely because they were guilty of something or about to be) went into fight-or-flight mode and picked the former. In neither case was that a wise choice.
In both cases the white guy(s) were doing nothing but inquiring and warning black guys who, in their view, were up to no good. In both cases, they were probably right, we find out later. In both cases, the black man got shot and killed for being the aggressor in an act of self-defense.
In both the cases, the media have gotten the American public, at least those who still believe their one-sided narrative, and almost all black people (because, black), up in arms. This behavior by the Lyin' Press will again motivate the law enforcement and justice system to do the wrong thing. If they were to do the right thing (which they never do) and not press new charges on the white men involved for the legalities involved that obviated that in the first place, riots would probably ensue. So, they give in to media-instigated pressure and sacrifice another white man or two in the name of diversity and temporary peace. Then, the jury gets the case, and it's the same story except with more of a chance of a good person doing the right thing, ... which will ... cause riots.
How is this even a sequel, as it's almost the same story? The Lyin' Press and race hustlers (as described in Michelle Malkin's column) are hoping to have a different outcome this time. Last time the truth came out, and the good guys (George Zimmerman and The Truth) won, after one hell of a struggle. They are hoping for a different outcome with this next innocent young black kid Ahmaud Arbery. Let's get the truth out there.
That Information Liberation page linked-to above does present a lot of good information, so I highly recommend it to our readers. In addition to focusing on the incident in Brunswick, Georgia, Mr. Menahan also brings up the many horrific white-on-black murders that never get presented on 24/7 Infotainment. This is the stuff discussed by Paul Kersey on unz.com on an almost daily basis.
This new blaxploitation flic has not been finished yet. I don't see how they can give it a happy ending, unless riots or injustice are considered happy endings. It will premier this summer at a venue (hopefully nowhere) near you.
PS: One of the tweets in the Information Liberation article was from one LeBron James, an athlete who tweeted out nonsense to support the
* BTW, right across from the Glynn County (GlynnCo) Airport, outside of Brunswick, there lies the FLETC, where Federal employees of all sorts of agencies train to shoot, many of who make one wonder what they are doing with guns. They are not allowed to be involved in this, and rightly so.
** I don't dis-recommend the site just based on this one article. I'll have to see if I come to like it over a few days.