The Short Lived Victory and “Racism” is Worse than Murder

Shellie Zimmerman continues down the Trayvonite path by going on none other than NBC’s Today show, the very entity that is infamous for playing its part to establish the false narrative and false character of her husband as a “racist”. Choosing such an entity is a statement unto itself and tells me she knows exactly what she is doing.

In my opinion what Shellie is doing is playing a dangerous game. She wants to hurt George and the way she believes she can accomplish that is by posturing herself as a threat to him. The threat being that she, at the very least, will make herself readily available to two specific entities with a high interest in what has transpired over the past month or so with Shellie and what she has said, i.e. The Estate of Trayvon Martin and the U.S. Department of Justice. Of course as we know NBC also has an interest as well as the only entity so far sued from the other side.

Keep in mind this is merely a posture. Shellie hasn’t gone full Trayvonite just yet. This was reflected in her statements on the Today show when she called into question the innocence of George in the death of Trayvon yet she was steadfast in her denial of the racial aspect. Apparently disparaging your husband as a murderer is more acceptable than doing so as a “racist”, typical white guilt and fear of appearing racist. I suspect she may change that position over time as certain incentives from certain entities may entice her to do so and/or her scornful selfish ego continues to seek vengeance against George.

All is not completely lost though. Even if Shellie does go full Trayvonite, though I believe enough damage has already been done, the Zimmerman camp holds a pretty powerful card in that Shellie is a self admitted perjurer which will no doubt come into play if Shellie testifies for the other side.

Just a note but let us not lose sight of the larger picture:
Does George Zimmerman Have an Obligation to Expose the Scheme Team(s)?

17 thoughts on “The Short Lived Victory and “Racism” is Worse than Murder

  1. well written article today @ RCP

    Racism Inc
    Roger Kimball

    What is it about the term “racism” that silences conversation and sends an anticipatory shudder of delight down the spines of politically correct vigilantes of virtue? Like the word “heretic” in an earlier age, “racism” is more weapon than word. Its primary effect is not to describe but to intimidate, ostracize, and silence. What semantic significance it may command is overshadowed by its use as an epithet. Once successfully applied to a person or practice, a sort of secular damnation, or at least excommunication, ensues. Seldom is there any appeal, let alone absolution. Those who blaspheme against the Holy Spirit, said St. Mark, cannot be forgiven. Racism is the eternal, the unforgivable, sin of our age. Those successfully accused of racism are beyond the pale, cast out into the place of fletus et stridor dentium, “of wailing and gnashing of teeth.” Exactly why this should be takes us into deep waters. We do not pretend to have the answer……

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  2. It’s worse, Cassandra. Like DWM once asked about profiling, “what does that even mean?”
    Here we have something we don’t know the meaning of for sure, a nebulous thought crime detected by alchemists who know the signs or have special divining rods or are simply gifted with telepathy, and through some sort of medieval superstition are able to connect the signs with the darkest evil that can exist in a soul. (“She’s a witch!”)

    As for Shellie — she can’t reach him — is this her way of communicating to him “work with me or I’ll come clean with everything you told me about that night” ??? If so, what are the implications of knowing something vital to the case and not sharing it earlier??? I am so baffled. Baffled and wondering if I am crazy for having been in GZ’s corner. The story just gets weirder and scarier.

  3. oh — I meant what does the word racism mean. I didn’t make that clear, sorry.
    How did the FBI define it, for instance? Probably very differently from how FLeatherman does.
    or DiwataMan or Rachel Jeantel or a cop or an anthropologist.

    • We know george for who he is. You refuse to do that for trayvon. Go straddle and assault somebody like your hero with the 3 school suspensions who was on drugs did.

    • Not even george hates negroes. Why would we? Tell me about chicago. Are gz’s shooting “negroes” each day or is it young men who … Well, you know.

      Nobody cares about race other than you. That is why you hate gz and not james edwards and chauncey luna or the boston bomber or gang members who killed 100+ trayvons since 2-26-12. Grow up. When you want intelligent debate let us know.

      Otherwise go “put a bangaz on a cracka” in a “ducked out spot” or buy an illegal firearm like your hero wanted to before a man with a bloody head, who called for the cops, shot him.

      Raise your kids like trayvon. I dare you. You know you wouldn’t. Move on and let him rip since the real trayvon was not good enough for you – other than allowing you to whore out.

  4. discrimination appears as mother of all racisms & all ills that had befallen us on intrapersonal, interpersonal, intergender, interethnic, intraethnic, inter-racial, and int’l levels.

  5. following facts show or prove that trayvon had no intention to have a fight with GZ:
    TM hadn’t ambushed him; wouldn’t he have if intended to beat GZ badly or to death?
    GZ was stronger than TM. TM must have reckoned that GZ was also armed.
    by asking GZ a question, TM expected an elucidation of why he was being followed: fatal error. it cost him his life!
    TM’s body location proves that GZ was not felled just feet s/w of the T; from which, according to GZ, they never ever rise again.
    so how did he & TM wind down 40′ south of the T if the fight never left the T?
    or did the two of them get up & whirled in an embrace for 40′; then fell once again; this time in W6’s back yard.
    & while dancing for, say, 30′, gz drops his phone & flashlight & TM his phone & the bag.
    alas, BDLR hadn’t used any of these facts. did he throw the case? feared police with which he has to work with?

  6. we know GZ killed that innocent american youth needlessly. GZ KNEW or should have known [o what a discovery!!] that the boy didn’t do anything illegal until they met for the second time.
    SZ is having some doubts about GZ being innocent.

  7. Pingback: Letter to Christi O’Connor, about the real George Zimmerman | Letter to Christi O'Connor, about the real George Zimmerman

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