Trayvon Martin and our Snitch Culture
Through the druggings, rapes, torture, minute to minute harassment, stalking, spying, poisoning, beating etc etc etc, I am still here, foursquare and on my feet. Trayvon Martins homicide is one that I look at and say, "he was so young, and it is an outrage that his life was taken!"
Many of those involved in Community policing are directly or indirectly involved in gangstalking (although they don't know it and don't know it by the name of gangstalking). It is the Zimmermans of the world that facilitate much of gangstalking and the homicide of Trayvon is the result of that mindset and also a result of our eroded civil liberties.
We Citizens don't know what happened between Martin and Zimmerman, and it is likely that the details will get revised or remain unknown because this case can be used to end or reform 'community policing'. There are powerful elites in our country that benefit from unrestrained abuse of our civil liberties and they know the energy generated from this case could shut them down. They are running scared and doing everything they can to keep the facts hidden and defuse the publics interest in the case. Reforming 'Community Policing' means equalizing the power of the private citizen, and it is so clear that the balance of power was not equal between Martin and Zimmerman.
Zimmerman was the 'Community Police agent' backed by laws, law enforcement and other 'agents'.
Martin, had problems, and was some lost kid trying to make his way in a lost and complex world. The fact that his case has been swept under the carpet and the energy from it has been stifled is a demonstration of how little power Martin had. No laws protected him from Zimmermans stalking him then slaying him. I have not seen any justice or truth telling. Trayvon was powerless in sharp contrast to Zimmermans entitled status as 'uncle Sams lap dog'.
Zimmerman was the adult.
Martin was the youth.
Zimmerman was protected with impunity.
Martins life was lost. (My Grandfather was a soldier and fought in world WWI, even when facing these other soldiers. Gramps would "SHOOT FOR THE LEGS". Preserving reverance for life and showing mercy even under war conditions. That's real integrity. Mercy and sanity is what Zimmerman lacked)
Martin was not protected by the dwindling civil liberties that should have protected him against Zimmermans stalking and harassment.
Zimmerman had a gun and used it on someone that had no weapon.
In a snitch culture some citizens, like community-police, have more power than others and most are willing to abuse it, either out of ignorance or out of power-hunger. 'Community Policing' and our snitch-culture is responsible for Trayvons death, as much as the gun that killed him.
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