Written by Donald Joy on July 2, 2013

061013_zimmerman+(14)For those who don’t already know, “lean” aka “purple drank” aka “red drank,” popular in the gangsta-rap criminal sub-culture, is concocted from ingredients found in cough syrup containing codeine, flavored beverages such as Arizona watermelon drink, and candy such as Jolly Ranchers or Skittles.

Trayvon Martin’s social media texts and trails are full of references to making, ingesting, and getting high off “lean.”  What early brain damage from such habitual abuse found in his remains may have something to do with his problems with violence and crime as discovered through social media and recorded in the school police records obtained by bloggers through FOIA requests.

So.  About that “TM tried to kill Z” thing…and about that “Florida polar bear” thing…

It’s known among urban youths as “the knockout game” or “knockout king,” under the category of multicultural activity termed “polar bear hunting:”  Finding random, apparently defenseless, usually white or asian victims, and suddenly sucker-punching them so hard they fall over, go unconscious, and sometimes die.

The goal, apparently, among the primarily black street toughs who play it is to demonstrate one’s punching power and brazen disregard for the rules of civilized society, to “keep it real,” and gain/maintain street cred in the eyes of one’s gangsta companions by lashing out violently at “crackas.”  Great fun, and fodder for websites such as GhettoBraggingRights.com and WorldStarHipHop.com.

YouTube and other sites are cyber-rivers full of surveillance videos & self-made cell-phone recordings capturing such vicious attacks, engaged in for kicks pretty much exclusively by those matching Trayvon Martin’s demographic profile.  Those of us who study these disturbing phenomena see reports and videos of new attacks breaking into the blogosphere every month.  Three teenagers in Chicago were just convicted of murder for playing “the knockout game” on a senior citizen who died from their self-filmed ambush attack.  Such deaths are actually more frequent than I’d like to report.

What’s that?  You say you’ve never heard of this stuff?  Of course you haven’t.  The people in charge of your main mass-media don’t want you to know that it goes on all across the land.

What’s that you say now?  You want me to substantiate these outrageous things I say?  I don’t have to; at least one person has already done that for me; his name is Colin Flaherty and he has written an entire book on occurrences such as “beat whitey night” at state fairs and so forth, titled White Girl Bleed a Lot–The return of racial Violence and how the media ignore it.  Additionally, Flaherty’s exhaustive compendium of articles and reports on the subject fill the pages of WorldNetDaily.com, if you’d like to learn more.

There’s no way to prove that teenage burglar (he was caught with a large amount of women’s jewelry and a burglary tool in his bag by school police) Trayvon Martin actually turned his being likely caught by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman casing his next  target into an impromptu “polar bear hunt” at the Retreat at Twin Lakes on that fateful night in Sanford, Florida, but nobody has to prove it–on the contrary, it’s the prosecution in this case who have deigned to put forth the nonsense that Zimmerman hunted and murdered Martin.  They are the ones who have to prove that the accused was the aggressor.

The rub is that all of the facts, evidence, and testimony so far do nothing to overcome the defense position that Martin preyed upon someone who he probably initially thought was unarmed, Zimmerman having carried his sidearm in a holster concealed under his clothing that night.

No one has yet shown any indication at all that it can be proven that Zimmerman as much as thought about displaying or deploying his sidearm until he absolutely had no choice but to fight to retain control of it, and use it to save his own life.

Shine on, polar bears.  Shine on.

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Following his service in the United State Air Force, Donald Joy earned a bachelor of science in business administration from SUNY while serving in the army national guard. As a special deputy U.S. marshal, Don was on the protection detail for Attorney General John Ashcroft following the attacks of 9/11. He lives in the D.C. suburbs of Northern Virginia with his wife and son.