I am not the only person whose remarks on the Zimmerman case have the majority of politically correct zombies that follow the race baiting messiah Obama and his lieutenants Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson upset. Below are comments from Kim Goldman whose brother was hacked to death by O.J. Simpson. Goldman expresses her p.o.v. in a far more eloquent fashion that I but what is a music critic without an edge? The literary version of most (not all) smooth jazz. The jury was asked to consider the facts and not emotional conjecture. Liberals run from empirical evidence and wrap themselves up in emotional propaganda. It is far easier to hide behind the word "racist" instead of taking an objective view of the facts. Mark Levine and Greg Randolph are actively attempting to black ball me in the jazz community. I have little knowledge of the careers of either of these hypocrites other than to say the diversity they cry for is certainly not something they extend to me. One person on facebook said if I do not like your politics you will not get a favorable write up. Bullshit. I review music. I have reviewed and interviewed those of different races, genders, orientation, religious and political philosophies from mine and if they received positive reviews, it was because their artistic work has incredible merit and not because it was the politically correct thing to do. I am not politically correct and I stand my ground on my ideals, beliefs and moral compass. I have pulled reviews in the last week due to comments from artists that advocate violence and personal insults posted publicly. After all why give free publicity to an artist that wants you to believe the false claim that I could possibly be racist. Try practising your music...Deal with it. If Obama had a son he would look like Trayvon, If Obama had a city it would be Detroit, If Obama had a country it would be Cuba. Why he has not blamed Bush for any of this is a mystery.FACTS PROVEN AT TRIAL
Apparently I have upset some people with my comments; it is a risk to speak out on issues that are close to our hearts and I am OK with taking that risk, if it means we can talk ... like really talk to each other and respect each other's opinions, even when they differ. I am trying to understand and make sense of the law and our desire for justice, just like everyone else and how to grapple with ...the reality that sometimes it doesn't go the way we want it to. I've had to learn the hard way, that the justice system is not designed to be a search engine for the truth - it should be, but it's not.
George Zimmerman was put through the wringer in every way possible to try to prove he did something wrong. After all the investigations and the trial, it was found that he:
1. Dated a black girl in high school.
2. Tutored and mentored black youth.
3. When the institution closed down, he continued the mentoring at his home.
4. When a black, homeless man was senselessly beat up by the police, Zimmerman started a grass roots campaign to prosecute the bad cop(s) that beat him up.
5. Zimmerman is not white.
6. Zimmerman is not racist against blacks.
7. Was found NOT GUILTY of all charges.
8. Was beaten in the face with multiple punches by the assailant, Trayvon Martin.
9. Had multiple cuts and bruises from multiple head bashings into the concrete.
10. That Trayvon was on top of Zimmerman while he was beating him.
From this point forward, it is no longer Politically Correct to:
1. Assume that Trayvon Martin was 100% innocent and the "victim".
2. To destroy Zimmerman's life with constant death threats, slander, and continued pursuit against him from the Obama administration.
George Zimmerman was a hero that night. He was doing his duty as a neighborhood watchman.
I demand justice for George!