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‘Justice’ for Trayvon


Black on white crime.

There has been a wave of it across the country since the killing of Trayvon Martin. The mainstream media yawns and ignores it. That’s why you aren’t aware of it, but, believe me, it’s happening.

Martin was the unarmed black teenager who died after being shot by Hispanic Neighborhood Watch captain, George Zimmerman, in Sanford, Florida, on February 26, 2012. The shooting sparked outrage amongst blacks long before the trial of Zimmerman, who was found not guilty on July 13, 2013.

BazHead2On March 17, 2012, in Baltimore, Maryland, a white man was beaten, stripped naked and robbed. As part of a black mob, a girl danced and pressed herself against a black man as he grabbed an item from the white man’s pocket. When the victim attempted to recover his property, the black man punched him in the face, knocked him to the ground, stripped his clothes off and taunted him.

Then, another black man in the mob, identifying himself as “Lil Darren,” posted a video of the assault online, saying: “me an [sic] my boys helped get justice fore [sic] trayvon.” In the video, a man named Aaron Parsons, 20, looked into the video camera while ridiculing the victim. He turned himself in to police after being linked to the incident. According to the Baltimore Sun, he has been charged with robbery, assault and other crimes.

On March 24-25, 2012, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, at least seven white people were reportedly beaten by black mobs. Five of the victims filed reports with local police.

Charleston Conservative Examiner reporter Kyle Rogers said he spoke with victim Jacob Palasek, 37, a full-time student. Palasek said he was attacked by a black man on a bicycle who whipped the side of his head with a chain. The attacker purportedly hit him two more times in the head before Palasek broke away, ran to a home and knocked on the door, hoping the resident would call 9-1-1.

He said three blacks attacked him on the porch, yelling, “This is what you deserve, you piece of sh-t.” They continued hitting him in the head with the chain, but he escaped again and hid behind a dumpster. Palasek said the men chased him but walked away when several cars drove by.

“A detective told Jacob that they believe all the attacks were racially motivated,” the report stated. “The detective also told Jacob that he believed the Trayvon Martin media frenzy is what prompted the attacks. Jacob also believed that the thugs were seeking revenge for Trayvon Martin before the detective confirmed this belief.”

On April 5, 2012, in Toledo, Ohio, a 78-year-old white man named Dallas Watts said he was the victim of a group assault, with the attackers allegedly yelling, “This is for Trayvon.” According to Fox News, the man told police he was confronted by a gang of six youths, both black and white. [Get] that white [man]. This is for Trayvon…Trayvon lives, white [man],” the boys are quoted as saying in a police report.

On April 14, 2012, in Mobile, Alabama, a white man named Matthew Owens was beaten by a black mob after he told a group of children to stop playing basketball in the middle of a street. That’s according to WKRG-TV.

Police said about 20 black adults showed up at his home and beat him with chairs, pipes, brass knuckles and paint cans. One witness said she heard an attacker yell, “Now that’s justice for Trayvon!”

On April 14, 2012, in Norfolk, Virginia, a white couple was attacked by dozens of black teenagers, but the local paper did not report on the incident for two weeks, despite the victims being reporters for the paper.

The attack was first reported in an opinion piece by columnist Michelle Washington. “Wave after wave of young men surged forward to take turns punching and kicking their victim,” Washington wrote. She was describing the onslaught that began when Dave Forster and Marjon Rostami stopped at a traffic light while driving home from a show on Saturday night. A crowd of at least 100 black young people was on the sidewalk at the time.

In her column about the assault, Washington said the day after the beatings, Forster searched Twitter for mention of the attack and one post in particular chilled him. “I feel for the white man who got beat up at the light,” wrote one person. “I don’t,” wrote another, indicating laughter. “(do it for trayvon martin)”

This listing of black mob attacks would have been longer had I included the shooting of an unoccupied Sanford, Florida, police car at the height of racial tensions before George Zimmerman was arrested, or the alleged vandalism and threats that have been issued, including death threats in Wisconsin. Those threats were plastered on neighborhood mailboxes and on a sticker featuring Trayvon Martin and the word “Revenge,” as well as another that said “Kill Whitey.”

If you think I am making this up, there is visual proof of many of the black “flash mob” attacks that are taking place across this country. All you have to do is Google “black flash mobs” and you will see that there are problems in many of our major American cities with gangs of blacks attacking white people.

Almost all of these attacks are racially motivated and many of them are directly related to the “Justice for Trayvon Martin” theme. The attacks are unacceptable in a country where the rule of law is supposed to reign supreme. Whether one likes the verdict in the Zimmerman trial or not, the fact is, the prosecution presented its case, the defense presented its case and the jury deliberated. Six people decided Zimmerman was not guilty.

The same thing happened in the O.J. Simpson trial. The prosecution presented its case, the defense presented its case and the jury deliberated. That jury decided Simpson was not guilty.

The difference between the two trials? After the Simpson verdict, there were no white flash mobs.

Ed Baswell pastors The Clarion Church and is the host of Crossfire Radio, weekdays from 7-9 am, on The Promise, 90.7 FM. The show is streamed live worldwide at promisetalkradio.org and at ktbs.com. It can be seen each day on the KTBS 24-hour, digital news channel.

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