Picture of Trayvon Martin
The Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman case was just another example of how the ruling-class rich (or government) promotes and inflames racism. There was no way that case could have gotten as much media coverage as it did without the help of the ruling-class rich (the movers and shakers). Think about this for a moment: These things happen to people all the time, especially to black men, and hardly ever do those cases get as much media coverage as the Trayvon Martin case did. Why? Because those cases were either whites killing whites, blacks killing blacks, or cops killing blacks or poor whites. In fact, (most of the time) when cops kill citizens unjustly, those cases are quickly swept under the rug and forgotten. But every time a white kills a black or a black kills a white, you can bet your bottom dollar it's going to be highly publicized by the ruling-class and its media outlets to promote racism. This proves that there was a hidden agenda behind the Trayvon Martin case to promote and stir up racism. That's how the ruling-class rich (or government) operates and survives -- divide and conquer. It's the same old thing -- same old tactic.
But I have to hand it to the American government; it is very smart and very wicked. There is no other government like it. The American government has mastered the art of manipulation. It uses dirty, Machiavellian politics and media conduits to tap into people's deep-seated passions, fears and prejudices, to promote some twisted agenda, whether it's racial, financial, or political. This is why I stayed away from the Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman case until the trial was over. Because I wanted to guard my subconscious mind from the propaganda administered by the ruling-class rich.
No doubt, Trayvon Martin's death was a tragedy. He was a young man, living like most American teens do. In fact, Trayvon Martin reminded me of how I used to be as a young man. There was nothing he did that I didn't do. But I grew up, woke up, and here I am. Lastly, stop letting the government influence your judgement. Stop judging people by what they wear; people can wear what they so choose to wear, especially if they are fully clothed; In other words, people have the right to be left alone. If I were to judge people by the clothes they wear, I wouldn't be able to identify the real thugs, because perception and facts are two different things. And what are the facts regarding the aforementioned? Facts: There are thugs in the White House, in the Capital Building, in the Pentagon, in the Mayor's Office, in the Court House, etc. And guess what? They all wear suits. Enough said!