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Protests erupt from coast to coast after George Zimmerman goes FREE: Second day of demonstrations planned after night of anger | Mail
Protests spread across the country Sunday in a second day of demonstrations in the wake of the sensational not-guilty verdict for George Zimmerman after he shot dead unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin.
Demonstrations, from Florida where the trial took place to Atlanta, DC and New York, remained largely peaceful, though Los Angeles protesters managed to shut down an entire freeway and thousands of New Yorkers mobbed Times Square and blocked traffic for an hour.
Emotional crowds screamed ‘Justice for Trayvon’ and carried signs that likened the struggle of the slain teen and his supporters to that of the original civil rights movement.
Slavery was common throughout the world 400 years ago. The slave trade was big business and the trafficking of men and women from Africa to all parts of the world was deemed acceptable. The slave trade separated families from one another, and thousands died en route to the “New World.” People were chained like animals to the lower deck of the ship and up to 50% of the people died and their bodies were thrown overboard like refuse. Sharks still follow those routes today, as the dead who were thrown overboard were an easy meal.
Slavery resulted in the Civil war, and pitted brother against brother. The Black man became “free”, but for all practical purposes wasn’t free, as the KKK, and blatant discrimination and racism was the accepted practice in the South, while in the North, the African-American was looked down upon and segregated into one section of town. It was this way in 1962, when I was 12 years old and learned of it. The Black’s were “herded” into two sections of Berwyn, PA. I had a friend who was a Boy Scout like me. I was color blind and it wasn’t until he invited me over to his house did I begin to understand what was going on. He lived in a different world, a world that wasn’t as privileged or filled with the same opportunities as mine.
It would take Martin Luther King to change America. King pointed to the Bible and our Constitution and proclaimed that all men and women are created equal and have inalienable rights set by their creator. King changed our nation, and President Johnson signed into the law the Civil Rights act of 1964. President Johnson Signs Civil Rights Act of 1964 into Law – WorldHistoryProject.org
The Zimmerman verdict has created a firestorm as demonstrations, erupt all over our nation. We are a nation divided not only along the color line, but of class, white collar and blue collar, educated and illiterate, Republican and Democrat. Perhaps not since the Civil war have been a nation so divided as we are now. There is a deep distrust of our “justice” system and who can blame the African-American as many family members can recall the injustice done in and through the court system.
None of us saw what really happened to Trayvon, when he was shot by George Zimmerman. If Zimmerman shot him without cause and not in self-defense then he deserves to be locked away. However, if his story is true, and the jurors seemed to believe his version of these tragic events, then what are we to do?
In closing todays post: The church could help with this. The church could come together and declare a national day of repentance regarding slavery. The church could pray and fast and try to heal the wound that festers still. The church could ask for forgiveness for slavery and in some cases its support of it, something I don’t think has ever happened. There are no easy answers and Tayvon’s family has lost their son. Because of the media, Zimmerman will go through the rest of his life as a marked man. I wrote last week that the Zimmerman trial was a distraction and I still believe it was/is. It did however fan the flames of rascism and now we are left with impassioned people crying out for justice. Their cry, which is an echo coming to us from past centuries, exposes the underlying issue, slavery, which is the wound that won’t heal.
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Watcher’s 6 was TOTALLY AWESOME!!!!History Channel eat your heart out! Watcher’s 6 not only gives you clear video evidence but they present sane logical explanations about who, what, when, and how! You don’t have to check your brain at the door when you view Watcher’s 6! (But putting unfounded prejudges aside might help )Thanks for all the HARD work, and consistent dedication to these topics. Kerry
Hello L.A.,I wanted to say how much we enjoyed your latest watchers 6 DVD. My nine year old son was asking all kinds of questions afterwards. We are looking forward to the book OTTOT Nephilim. Your trip to Peru must have been an amazing experience and adventure. Alan