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Waking Up from the American Dream 
Not Our Victory

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George Zimmerman’s innocence is nothing to celebrate.

It was never about George Zimmerman. It was never about a half-Peruvian, half-Jewish failed police officer. This was always about white against black, race against race, the same existential conflict that has been raging since we traded perfectly good rum for cheap black labor. It was about whether whites as a group have the right to defend themselves against black crime.

The prosecution’s case focused on Zimmerman’s choice to pursue Trayvon Martin.

Zimmerman was a member of his neighborhood watch — his community was plagued by a rash of burglaries, and Zimmerman, in his own words, was frustrated how “these punks always get away.”

Interestingly, Zimmerman himself had a long record of working to help blacks. As a Democrat and a “visible minority,” he was an unlikely target of charges of racism. Despite it all, all the forces of the system mobilized against him, even the President of these United States, who eulogized Trayvon Martin as one of his own “sons.”

What the prosecution was really trying to say was that civic-mindedness is a crime. George Zimmerman took responsibility for the basic security of his community in a way that prior generations of Americans would have taken for granted. Instead, he should have turned away, tolerated petty crime, let it happen and leave it to the proper authorities.

George Zimmerman didn’t. And for this he was hated. For this he was put on trial. Littering Twitter, the Huffington Post, and the other organs of the Zeitgeist were angry cries that if only he had left Trayvon alone, none of this would have happened.

Forget “self-defense.” We’re not there yet — we’re not quite Britain, where self-defense has been all but abolished. This case focused on the question of whether a citizen can confront suspicious youths in their neighborhood. If George Zimmerman had been convicted, it would have been a death blow to the voluntary self-organization that was America’s glory since the days of Alexis de Tocqueville.

The prosecution, having actively (and illegally) concealed the extent of George Zimmerman’s injuries, was remarkably restrained in describing the actual confrontation between Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman. They simply told us George Zimmerman had a duty to die. He approached a black person and thereby forfeited his right to life. It was his role to allow himself to be executed, lest he be accused of “racial profiling.”

Prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda moaned, “Trayvon’s crime was buying Skittles.” He slammed Zimmerman as someone who made “assumptions” that Trayvon Martin was a criminal. “Who started this, who followed who?” he cried.

All of this is nonsense. We know — know with absolute certainty — that Martin was a thug, that Zimmerman’s assumptions about who he was were entirely correct. We know that he was suspended from school and found in possession of burglary tools and pieces of women’s jewelry. And most importantly, because of the pictures of George Zimmerman’s injuries and the testimony of witnesses, we know that Trayvon Martin attacked him. Whether or not George Zimmerman followed or provoked Martin, you aren’t allowed to simply attack people because they are bothering you.

Unless, of course, you are black.

Let there be no confusion, discussion, or debate — the prosecution, the federal government, and the regime’s media are making the case that to simply inquire what a black person is doing is an action worthy of death.

Yet here we are. George Zimmerman has been acquitted, acquitted by an all-female jury. And this does not help. His lengthy trial, his legal bills, the death sentence via mob that he lives under for the rest of his life is sufficient pour encourager les autres. But the verdict itself confuses the issue. It tells white Americans — which is to say, the only people who really can claim the title “Americans” — that they still have communal rights. It lets us believe that we still have some right to defend our neighbors and neighborhoods.

The proper parallel here is to “restrictive covenants.” The federal government, in all its power, decreed that white communities are not permitted to maintain the demographic balance of their neighborhoods. The results of this policy can be seen in Detroit, Birmingham, and Chicago. For Zimmerman, the federal government, through its Department of Justice, actively intervened on the side of black racial activists. Although George Zimmerman has been acquitted, his legal battle is not over — if government-approved activists like Al Sharpton have their way, his struggle is just beginning.

Unfortunately, most Americans think it is over. They think the system works. But the punishment was the trial, the ordeal the sentence. Whites who see a crime or a dispute in the street will remember George Zimmerman and walk away. They will go back to watching television, lock the door, and shut the curtains. They’ll turn away and hold to a narrow defense of their own property and person — precisely the position that the American Right wants them to take.

To be a Radical Traditionalist is sometimes to rebel against our first instinct. It was emotionally gratifying to see the acquittal. But we needed him to be convicted to tell white Americans that the System is against them. We needed a media martyr to show Black Run America is not just a slogan, but a reality. We needed George Zimmerman to be convicted for trying to act like an American. We needed a sacrificial victim to wake up whites from the American Dream.


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  1. Carl
    Posted July 19, 2013 at 8:05 pm | Permalink

    Haven’t we already had enough sacrificial victims? What we need now is a taste for victory.

  2. The Seeker of Truth
    Posted July 19, 2013 at 10:36 pm | Permalink

    Most Whites I talked to did not identify with Zimmerman, being that he was obviously non-White. Most of them wanted to know why the media even called him White. That is a good point to hammer.
    No, the sacrifice will have to be a real White libtard.
    There is a definite racial aspect but I really think that is secondary. Face it, Hispanics kill blacks all the time. What is different in this case? Zimmerman is a CC permit holder in a “stand your ground” state. This is an attack on privately owned weapons and personal defense.
    All of that is obvious.
    It is equally obvious Zimmerman is not White, he is not one of us, and that he was called White as an indictment and insult. That is a good point to hammer.

  3. Lew
    Posted July 20, 2013 at 1:17 am | Permalink

    Zimmerman was saved by the 3 elements of the trial they couldn’t control: his legal team, the legally mandated jury instructions for the charges, and the jurors themselves. I was shocked he was found not guilty. A remnant of the American legal system actually functioned as designed despite staggering efforts to rig the proceedings.

    I’m sure this irks them. Zimmerman’s lawyers and Edward Snowden (another one they want BAD) have given the regime a couple of fingers in the eye. They wanted to destroy Zimmerman, but there was this little matter of the law.

    I think it’s important to note that although they have the power to do it, they don’t appear to be willing to formally do away with the legal process itself yet, not with the whole world watching. Now they want to sue Zimmerman in civil court except they have one problem — the law again — in Florida you get immunity from civil suits for acts of self-defense. They’re downright apoplectic over this.

    The regime’s back up plan appears to be to use the outcome to mount an all-out attack on modern self-defense laws.

    • Jaego
      Posted July 20, 2013 at 3:00 am | Permalink

      Yes, I too was amazed. The Ladies have back tracked apparently – disassociating themselves from the juror who said Trayvon’s actions had a lot to do with his demise. But the Law actually worked as it was supposed to – even Jimmy Carter and Bill Cosby admit as much. And by using Zimmerman as a White punching bag, they became a laughing stock of the Nation. Some serious miscalculations here on their part – and a victory of sorts for us. Many here think that worse is always better, but I’d say only up to a point. If we are completely demoralized AND disarmed, the Hour will never come for us. We have to be strong enough to take advantage when the time is right. And that means being nourished in the meantime. It’s like what Zhivago said in the movie: he wasn’t one of the Revolutionary Surgeons. He supported the Revolution but it wasn’t his job. As a poet, his task was to keep the patient alive during the operation.

      • Lew
        Posted July 20, 2013 at 1:43 pm | Permalink

        I’m glad Zimmerman was found not guilty. He didn’t do anything wrong. Justice was done. Also, the WALL of unhinged anti-white commentary elicited by this verdict plays to our narrative.

  4. Catiline
    Posted July 20, 2013 at 12:20 pm | Permalink

    This is the kind of journalism we should have in the major media. Well done.

  5. reiner arischer Tor
    Posted July 20, 2013 at 1:01 pm | Permalink

    The media coverage in Hungary has been extremely lopsided, they basically only told the prosecution’s version and then added that there was “not enough evidence” or something along these lines. The comment sections have been a huge corrective, but it’s depressing to say that even there roughly half of the commenters parroted the libtard party line.

    • Bill Miller
      Posted July 20, 2013 at 10:55 pm | Permalink

      It’s been the same sorry excuse for journalism in the German newspapers. It’s as if they are all getting the same memo. Germans are left with the impression that Martin’s death is a story of racism, Stand Your Ground Laws, and “lax American gun laws.”

      I turned to Junge Freiheit, a newspaper associated with the German “New Right” to check out their coverage. Sadly, they have not covered the Zimmerman case at all.

  6. Lew
    Posted July 20, 2013 at 1:34 pm | Permalink

    This is an important site for anyone with an interest in regime tactics. Ignore the conservative blather on any peripheral issues. Focus on their work exposing the low-level details of regime’s anti-white agenda. Did you know your tax dollars are funding pro-Trayvon astro-turf rallies?

  7. Mr. Dithers
    Posted July 20, 2013 at 4:46 pm | Permalink

    If the Zimmerman verdict was any kind of victory it was a Pyrrhic one over BRA. Although it’s really Jew run America (JRA) as the blacks are merely their stewards. And just as an increasing number of police officers are becoming tentative in enforcing the law against blacks due to potential police brutality claims, white civilians will look the other way and draw the blinds just as Mr. Hood stated. So in this respect the verdict may serve to further demoralize normal white people.

    The other irony is that Zimmerman, although not anti-white, was a self identified Hispanic, supporter of racial diversity and the black community, and Democratic party voter, but needed help from two white male lawyers (likely Republicans), white policemen, a virtually all white jury and FOX News to beat the rap. The very people who Zimmy was probably told represented everything that is wrong with America. If not for this fact Zimmerman would have been eaten alive by the very people he thought were his friends and allies.

  8. crowley
    Posted July 21, 2013 at 11:54 am | Permalink

    Profiling thugs is objectively pretty much the same thing as profiling Black youths (Youts) so maybe Trayvon was a victim of racism. If you think about it, maybe profiling street criminals at all is racist considering the overwhelming number of Black street criminals running loose. Disparate impact, and all that.

  9. Lew
    Posted July 21, 2013 at 11:11 pm | Permalink


    Check this out. Remember that Dugin supporter from a few months back who called for exploring alignments with Iran against the America and globalism? It turns out the Iranian leadership is calling for Justice for Trayvon!

    • Lew
      Posted July 21, 2013 at 11:14 pm | Permalink

      Iran’s foreign ministry on Friday criticized the acquittal of George Zimmerman and chastised the United States for widespread “racial discrimination.”

      “The acquittal of the murderer of the teenage African American once again clearly demonstrated the unwritten, but systematic racial discrimination against racial, religious, and ethnic minorities in the US society,” Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyed Abbas Araqchi was quoted as saying by Iran’s state run Fars News Agency.

  10. stormrung
    Posted July 22, 2013 at 1:25 am | Permalink

    There is so much to say about this trial it is hard to know where to begin. Do we wonder out loud about all the other racial grievance assaults on the justice system that turned out to be drummed racial hysteria on the part of black elites and what’s left of the civil rights movement? Do we emphasize the fact that the federal government through the Justice Dept. was promoting and leading the protests? Do we talk about the fact that they are seriously considering civil rights litigation against an innocent citizen? Do we talk about the obvious collusion of Florida officials with the black grievance industry? It doesn’t matter because wherever we go with it leads to one place: This is the future and we are now staring right down its throat.

  11. Peter Quint
    Posted July 22, 2013 at 9:21 am | Permalink

    Zimmerman is clearly not white, if he was white he would have went to prison. We should view this incident as a “falling-out” amongst our ruling elite.

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