Elderly couple put in fear of their lives by blacks spreading incorrect address of George Zimmerman

Diana writes:

So much to say about the latest fiasco. However, I thought to send this to you:

MARCH 27 -With Twitter and Facebook continuing to explode with posts purporting to contain the address of George Zimmerman, property records and interviews reveal that the home is actually the longtime residence of a married Florida couple, both in their 70s, who have no connection to the man who killed Trayvon Martin and are now living in fear due to erroneous reports about their connection to the shooter.

What an ugly toad Spike Lee is, and what a malevolent creep. He can’t even persecute innocent people efficiently. This, plus your about the thug who beat up his girlfriend after saying, “I am Trayvon,” evokes a paraphrase of Abba Eban line about the Palestinians: they never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity. But in the case of black thugs, I’d say that they never miss an opportunity to take the opportunity to tell us who and what they are.

LA replies:

I would say that that is the correct view of the Palestinians as well. Eban’s famous line is not a correct portrayal of the Palestinians. To the contrary, it expresses the liberal delusion that the Palestinians, far from being unappeasable enemies, are well-meaning people who—darn it—for some odd reason just keep fouling up and missing their opportunities for the peace with Israel that they desire.

And by the same reasoning, I would not call the Martin-Zimmerman event a “fiasco.” The word suggests that the white liberals and the blacks have somehow fouled up. They haven’t fouled up at all. They are being themselves and doing what they always do, which is to stir up hatred of “racist” whites and “racist” white America, only this time they carried out their mission even more viciously and dishonestly than usual.

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Diana replies to LA:

Point taken re the Abba Eban quote.

Regarding use of the word “fiasco,” I stand by it, in the definition supplied here:

“A thing that is a complete failure, especially in a ludicrous or humiliating way.”

My reasoning:

The fact that this little punk’s death became the issue that it did, when we have so many other truly pressing issues facing our country, illustrates the failure of the white man to assert his natural authority in the country of his making. Martin died a month ago, the system worked, Zimmerman’s story was heard and he was let go as he should have been. And then Organized Blackness kicked into gear and tied The Man in knots until the overwhelming weight of the evidence pointed in the other direction—and because of other factors, such as Zimmerman being obviously non-white. I am positive that if George Zimmerman had been white, and a Republican, none of the exculpatory evidence and the evidence pointing to Martin’s low character would matter. It’ll happen again. Organized Blackness is insatiable, a rabid raccoon.

I’d call that a fiasco. You can call it other things as well, but the fiasco-ness of it is quite plain to me.

(Very parenthetically, it’s a fiasco for Sharpton and Co., but I don’t care about them. I’m beyond caring. My reaction when I saw the black Congressmen in hoodies was, “It suits them.”)

Since silence indicates assent, I assume you agree with me that Spike Lee is an ugly little toad and a malevolent creep. Let’s agree on that!!

LA replies:

What you’re saying is that it is a fiasco for us, for the country. My earlier response was based on the understanding that you were saying it was a fiasco for the left and the blacks.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at March 28, 2012 12:27 PM | Send

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