At the heart of the trial of Zimmerman is this question, which hasn't received enough actual discussion on the national stage.
Well, enough honest discussion or investigation that is.
It was in the comments of a working-class white man in Buffalo that came a truth so self-evident, obvious, and backed by quantifiable data from across the nation as to shock into a catatonic state anyone who still believes the propaganda of Black-Run America (BRA).
In a calm, cool, and collected manner, this working-class white man from Buffalo told the truth of the black contribution to not only Buffalo, but all of America; in the process, he revealed the forbidden truth behind George Zimmerman's decision to report the man who turned out to be the perpetually 12-year-old Martin to the police:
He explicitly singles out African Americans and excoriates them for “wrecking” parts of Buffalo, and does it with such blase calm that it’s difficult not to be a little unnerved. The interviewer, Drantch, has trouble even getting his questions out at points. And more troubling still is the interviewee’s assertion that “A lot of people feel this way; they just won’t say it.”[BLACKS ‘RUIN NEIGHBORHOODS’: SEE THE MAN-ON-THE-STREET INTERVIEW SO RACIST IT OVERSHADOWED AN ARSON CASE, The Blaze, June 12, 2012]The WIVB-TV reporter was presented with a comment containing such veracity, offering the simple explanation as to why Mr. Zimmerman was correct in his decision to report Martin to the police.
All across the nation, in cities such as Des Moines, Omaha, Tulsa, New Haven, and even Wilmington, Delaware, the reality of crime falls solely on the black community [Growing audacity among city gunmen: Residents fear they'll be innocent victims, Delaware Online, 9-20-2009]:
Despite that, city police say this year is no different than any other and attribute most of the shootings to disputes between rival drug dealers.
Residents as well as state and national experts say a large percentage of them also are triggered by petty spats -- a dirty look, an elbow thrown during a pickup basketball game, an insult about clothing.
The council also said that what's happening in Wilmington this year is similar to what was documented in the 2008 report.
In both years, it said black males are by far the most likely people in Wilmington to be triggermen or victims. In 2008, 81 percent of the victims were black males, as were 91 percent of the suspects.
Young men 18 to 21 years old also are more likely to be involved in crime, it said. About 23.5 percent of the shooting victims fell within this range, as did 48 percent of the suspects.
Ninety-two percent of the cases involved a black victim and suspect. This is similar to an FBI report released last week that said the most typical homicide in America involves a young black man who is shot by another black man who knew him.Buffalo and Sanford, Florida's criminal problem is exactly the same as those smaller cities listed above.
This is why Zimmerman was correct in his "profiling" of the individual who turned out to be Mr. Trayvon Martin.
|He should have been part of the defense of George Zimmerman...|
Just as Martin hid in the shadows/foliage at the Retreat at Twin Lakes apartment complex and ambushed George Zimmerman, residents in Buffalo are worried a certain - unnamed - demographic might do the same in "managed meadows" a conservancy organization is attempting to bring to the city [Managed meadows: natural beauty or eyesore?, WIVB, July 2, 2013]:
As part of an effort to "go green" and bring back natural habitats, the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy has introduced several of "managed meadows."
Neighbors don't mind the plants and animals, but they worry about what - or rather - who else might be lurking.
Sylvia Muldrow and some of her neighbors, who live across the street from MLK Park, are upset with the decision to create these natural regeneration areas. Muldrow worries the tall plants provide a place for would-be criminals to hide.
"Who's to say what would happen? At night, at midnight - well, after 9 - when it gets dark, you can't see over here. You don't know if there's something, somebody over here," she said.
But Muldrow says, Olmsted designed his parks for the Buffalo that was, 100 years ago. And the Buffalo of today is a different world.
"There's a difference between 1900 and 2013. There's crime, there's a lot of things going on," she said.
"We didn't get that consideration, and I don't think it's fair," Muldrow says. "We really don't have a lot of problems over here, but why make it so it's easy to have a problem? It's quiet over here, but when you give them access and opportunity... you know? I don't want it. I don't want it where I live."What is the difference between Buffalo 1900 and Buffalo 2013? Black people were only .5 percent of the population of the city.
Less than 2,000 of the more than 350,000 residents of the city of Buffalo in 1900 were black.
Those "problems" of predators lurking in the shadows and protection of the "managed meadows" are the same type of predators Mr. Zimmerman hoped to keep his apartment complex free of, ensuring a stable community for children to play and a high-occupany rate for the owners.
For those wondering, the Buffalo Police Department reported this breakdown of homicide victims (sadly, they don't report the race of suspects) between 2001- 2006:
- 333 homicides occurred in the City of Buffalo between 1/1/01 and 9/20/06
- 270 or 81.1% of victims were male and 63 or 18.9% of victims were female
- 271 or 81.4% of victims were black,54 or 16.2% of victims were white, and 8 or 2.4% of victims were another race
- 231 or 69.4% were black males, 40 or 12.0% were black females, 32 or 9.6% were white males, 22 or 6.6% were white females