posted on Mar, 26 2012 @ 12:19 PM
It is important to differentiate between hating someone for his or her race and hating the same person for his or her behaviors. In the case of
Trayvon Martin, I really don't think that race was at the center of the issue. Sure, if he was white and dressed nicely he could have avoided drawing
suspicion to himself, but this has less to do with race and more to do with socialization of the public and stigmatization of blacks in America. The
way blacks are portrayed by the media is as savage, uneducated, poor, dirty, primal people. Blacks do nothing to fight this image when they dress down
like gangsters and thugs and behave according to stereotypes in public places. This is not a racial problem, but rather a cultural problem. Black
culture in America is, for the most part, extremely backwards, idiotic, and tragic. The argument that blacks have lower IQ's because of race is
garbage; there are plenty of educated black people around the world. The same IQ problem probably applies to trailer trash Americans; it's not
because they are naturally retarded, it is because they never received proper education, nor were placed in an environment when learning was
Anyways, I strongly doubt that Zimmerman had the intention of killing the kid solely because he was black. Seriously, stop playing the victim card.
Enough of this, "I'm black, I'm underprivileged and discriminated against" pity speech. Know that playing the victim creates the self fulfilling
prophecy of being a victim. If blacks in America want better treatment, perhaps they should reform their culture into a more respectable one. For some
reason, educated, well dressed, successful black people see less discrimination. This is because discrimination is hardly based on race alone; we
discriminate based on appearance, this is definitely true, and knowing this, if one desires to escape or reduce discrimination, he or she can change
his or her appearance to be more "acceptable."
Basically, black culture in America is stupefying and demands little respect.