Trayvon Martin: Black Law Prof Says Suspecting Black Youths A Hate Crime
Professor Tibbs: Supporting Black Legal Privilege
The Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman lynch mob incited by President Obama continues to gather.
“He was not suspicious. What makes him suspicious in the moment is the fact that he was black. If Trayvon Martin was white, would any of this have happened?”
This absurd remark (If he had been white, why would anyone have been afraid?) is from US could bring hate charge in Fla. teen shooting By Curt Anderson Boston.com March 25, 2012
The source is one Donald Tibbs a black “Law Professor” at Drexel University (Boston.com suppressed Tibb’s race). Tibbs also said
“It sounds pretty obvious to me…If that was a racial epithet that preceded the attack on Trayvon Martin, we definitely have a hate crime.”
What Tibbs (email him) suggests here is very ominous
- The fact that young black men commit fantastically disproportionate quantities of violent crime has to be ignored.
- An expletive uttered in the course of violent combat should project the case to a much serious and dangerous level.
These Black Law Professors are a problem.
At the national level the Trayvon Martin case is about privilege: treating the Black community as if it is not in fact disproportionately criminal – to the detriment of Whites.
As in the Duke case, Nicholas Stix Uncensored is indispensible: see Barack Obama: Because Trayvon Martin was Black, and Vaguely Resembled Me, “All of Us Have to Do Some Soul-Searching”
I’ll tell you what, John Doe/whatever-your-name is: When you start calling for soul-searching on behalf of all of the thousands of white victims of black racism just since your election, then I’ll set aside a minute or two for soul-searching about Trayvon Martin. Bet?
And Angry White Dude has rallied to the Colors:
IF ZIMMERMAN WAS BLACK, THE TREYVON MARTIN STORY WOULD HAVE NEVER BEEN HEARD
Obama and his racist, anti-American minions are working overtime to create a race war or some other type of violence before the November election.
All of this was completely predictable.