If Zimmerman Was Black, He “Never Would Have Been Charged”

Written by Marilyn Assenheim on July 16, 2013

Florida State has a Stand-Your-Ground law on the books. Anyone is permitted to defend themselves with deadly force if they feel their lives are being threatened. Like it or not, that is the law. Martin was not the “child” pictured in old photographs the media and race baiters peddled to drum up compassion. Sanford police reported Martin’s height at 6 feet and his weight at over 160 pounds.

The prosecution presented abusive witnesses that gave false testimony. Instead of generating perjury charges, the public was practically commanded to sympathize with them. The black community, long indoctrinated in a policy of “If I say it, it must be true,” is not expected to regard the law as something that pertains to them. Political correctness sanctions accusations and behaviors that, from the majority of Americans, would be considered racist; unacceptable and illegal.

This regime has conferred a fresh stamp of legitimacy upon the concept of black victimization. In the wake of an unfavorable verdict, the NAACP has insisted that Eric Holder pursue a “civil rights” case against Zimmerman. The Justice Department felt no such pressure when Black Panthers threatened white voters. Black on white violence goes unreported and unprosecuted. Black on black crime, as is constantly on display in Chicago, is considered too racist to mention. Black rioting in California because of the Zimmerman verdict, however, is tolerable. The double-standard is the norm.

Zimmerman’s attorney stated that if George Zimmerman had been black he would never have been prosecuted. Not PC, perhaps, but true, nonetheless. Racial injustice is being perpetrated against the black community … it just isn’t originating from the proffered source. And as long as the politically correct Kool-Aid is offered and drunk, there is no chance of change.

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Marilyn Assenheim
Marilyn Assenheim was born and raised in New York City. She spent a career in healthcare management although she probably should have been a casting director. Or a cowboy. A serious devotee of history and politics, Marilyn currently lives in the NYC metropolitan area.