No violence regardless of Zimmerman Verdict



Trayvon Martin/ George Zimmerman case is the case that has striken an emotional nerve in this country. We LEADERS must take a stand and say “Changing Laws” , voting is the solution to violence in our communities. 2013 we must graduate when dealing with racial injustices we disagree with. At 6:01 p.m. on April 4, 1968, civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was hit by a sniper’s bullet. King had been standing on the balcony in front of his room at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee, when, without warning, he was shot. The .30-caliber rifle bullet entered King’s right cheek, traveled through his neck, and finally stopped at his shoulder blade. King was immediately taken to a nearby hospital but was pronounced dead at 7:05 p.m.

Violence and controversy followed. In outrage of the murder, many blacks took to the streets across the United States in a massive wave of riots. We must make our ancestors proud, be the example to every person of color who is racially profiled and take a stand to Non-Violence. Our outrage needs to be displayed in “VOTING”! Each one pass the message of “LOVE” and, vote. Take the people out of positions that are not representing the “Change” our ancestors have worked for in this country. Blacks represent every dark skinned minority for decades we must realize the power we have gained and the example we are for many.

SOULutions to HEAL America
Lateresa Jones

7 thoughts on “No violence regardless of Zimmerman Verdict

  1. Non-violence should always be the goal no matter how a victim like George Zimmerman is charged with a ridiculous crime for defending his life from the actions of an illegally-high young thug who was bashing Mr. Zimmerman’s head against the cement sidewalk (therefore, Trayvon WAS armed imo).


    1. My greatest concern if people disagree with the verdict of such a high profile case people will not respond in a self-destructive approach. My greatest concern regarding this case, when does profiling of DARKIES STOP? Racism was created in the United States, when and how do we stop this treatment? If it were your child would you respond in the same manner?


      1. Excellent point, and as a result of this case, I have stocked up on ammo to use just in case I was ever “Trayvonized” and had faced imminent harm or death like Mr. Zimmerman. I expect the coroners around the country are stocking up on the anticipated needed body bags. You see, the supporters of the Martins do not appear to be very well educated and may result in a Chicago-type of response from them. If they do, I am ok with that as I will help to minimize the welfare recipients who don’t work just like Trayvon Martin.


      2. In good faith, I hope the judicial system makes the decision based on the evidence. I agree everyone has the right to guns and ammo in this country, to state things are “Trayvonized” that seems a bit unfair considering a verdict has not been decided. I feel everyone has the right legally to protect themselves in self defense. We can not allow vigilantes to “police” our country. Balance is very important. What if the jury decides Zimmerman is guilty, How will you feel and respond to the verdict?


      3. There is no vigilantee in this case, only a victim beating his head against a cement sidewalk while he was high on illegal dope and suffered the consequences of his criminal act. Good for him for getting the justice he deserves. Soon, it will time to prosecute the parents of that thuggster. LWOP for each of Trayvon’s parentsif you ask me.


      4. WOW! That’s why I LOVE THIS COUNTRY, freedom of speech. Jan once again, how do we settle all the unjustifible racial profiling that goes on in this country?I want soulutions, for a better future. I will allow the jury of his peers to decide the case. I keep my faith that we make an unjust system better for the future.


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