My advice to George Zimmerman

Now that George Zimmerman’s criminal trial is over, and he has been found not-guilty, he will discover that his woes have only just begun. There is already clamoring, from the usual sources, for the Department of Justice (sic) to pursue civil charges against him.

The NAACP, the Rev. Jesse Jackson and other civil rights activists are calling on the U.S. Department of Justice and Attorney Gen. Eric Holder to press federal civil rights charges against George Zimmerman, the former neighborhood watchman who was acquitted by a Sanford, Fla., jury Saturday in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.

“The most fundamental of civil rights — the right to life — was violated the night George Zimmerman stalked and then took the life of Trayvon Martin,” NAACP President Ben Jealous wrote in a letter to Holder shortly after the verdict was announced. “We ask that the Department of Justice file civil rights charges against Mr. Zimmerman for this egregious violation. Please address the travesties of the tragic death of Trayvon Martin by acting today.”

These so-called “civil rights” organizations carry a lot of clout. They have practically limitless resources at their disposal and they have no interest in the rights of white men, even white men who are actually “Hispanic whites” such as Zimmerman. But even if the federal government does not follow the example set in 1992, by prosecuting the officers with civil rights violations, Zimmerman will still be forced into hiding. Too many people are calling for his head. The media, including facebook (thank you Human Stupidity), have been inciting such violence from the start. When the major media outlets, and the federal government, want somebody dead, that person has reason to worry. It wouldn’t surprise me if Obama sent a drone against him – in the interests of “national security” of course.

Zimmerman already has roots in Peru; his mother is from there. He would probably be happier there, and a whole lot safer.

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14 Responses to My advice to George Zimmerman

  1. countenance says:

    My advice to George Zimmerman is be on the next plane out of Orlando to Costa Rica. Or any racially compatible country that has no extradition treaty with the USA.

    And also…say hi to Edward Snowden for me, George.

  2. Barbara says:

    This is the Whites’ future in this country. Leave or be killed.

    • A White says:

      Doesn’t have to be. It all depends on how whites respond during the next ten to fifteen years.

      Other generations have had their tests, The Great Depression, The American Frontier, WW2,and this is our test. We can pass or fail it, and the results will belong to us.

    • Georgia Resident says:

      It’s not quite the same. In not one of those cases was the survival of the historic American people at stake. But I do agree that defeatism is counterproductive. We have won out against worse odds in the past. The Persians who menaced the Greeks and the Moors who invaded Europe were far more fearsome opponents than blacks, who will usually only attack if their opponent is disarmed, on the ground, and outnumbered six-to-one, a la the Jena Six’s beatdown of Justin Barker. Trayvon Martin was an exception to the rule, in that he came back and tried to beat George Zimmerman to death alone, rather than gathering up some of his “homies” first. Which is probably why Mr. Zimmerman is alive today.

      • Thanatos says:

        “Which is probably why Mr. Zimmerman is alive today.”

        It certainly is.

        It shows us that blacks attack in packs because they have to, and that one on one, any non-black is more than a match for a black. This is probably how they were enslaved in the first place,they just went after them one at a time.

      • Georgia Resident says:

        Actually, most blacks were enslaved by other blacks, and then sold to White or Arab traders. Some tribes grew rich off slavery, and protested the British navy’s suppression of the trade.

  3. Anon says:

    It seems possible that this will be the issue on which whites as a whole will finally lose it with the Obama “Administration”.

  4. Simon Primer says:

    He should sue NBC for a few million first. Then he can move out to a more civilized country and live like a king.

  5. AAB says:

    >Now that George Zimmerman’s criminal trial is over..<

    …the rioting has begun!

    But do you notice how the MSM identify them as 'protests' and not 'riots'? If white people in Ireland congregate together it's called rioting, but if black people congregate together it's called 'protesting'. The MSM, as the mouthpiece of the establishment, has an institutionally racist attitude against the white population.

    http://eradica.wordpress.com/2013/07/14/protests-riots/

  6. toomanyspiders says:

    His brother robert gave a very articulate interview to Greta Van Sustern. Interestingly he notes that it was their mother who refused to inject further race into the media hysteria by pointing out that he was hispanic. Their feeling was that if they kept saying, “but… but he’s hispanic,” the implication would be that only whites could be racist.

    I do think it would be better for him to leave the country but his wife is still facing grossly overblown perjury charges and he doesn’t seem like the type to leave his family.

    • Thanatos says:

      The Zimmermans have been the absolute picture of decorum, which is why I think so many whites feel a sense of …I don’t know how to describe it…loyalty to Zimmerman.

      He’s an American. Not a Peruvian-American. Not an African-American, like Obama,but a bona fide assimilated American. And his reward for playing by the rules is a crucifixion.

  7. AKAHorace says:

    I think that Peru probably has a better future than the states.

    What did Peruvians make of the Zimmerman/Travon case ? or was there any attention to it all all ?. What would be their attitude to Z ?

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