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Friday, August 03, 2018

People Magazine Revives Trayvon Martin Hoax; “Reporter” Steve Helling and Editor Jess Cagle Win Duranty-Blair Awards!

By Nicholas Stix

The Trayvon Martin Hoax was bad enough the first time. A racist, gay-hating, young black thug and burglar decided that he could murder a man on a whim, just because he decided that his chosen victim was white and homosexual (“creepy-ass cracker”).

When a white acts that way, he is universally vilified for… ever. But when a black acts that way, he becomes a martyr.

George Zimmerman did not feel like dying that February night in 2012, and so millions of racist blacks and their non-black “allies” have decided that the whole world has a right to slaughter him.

Tracey Martin and Sybrina Fulton did a lousy job raising Trayvon Martin, but like millions of other unfit black parents have decided, although they hate each other’s guts, to join forces, in order to plunder their dead son to the tune of millions of dollars through their phony foundation.

I say that they hate each other, based on the way they acted towards each other during George Zimmerman’s show trial. They never spoke to, looked at, or touched one another. Two total strangers who sat next to each other for days at a murder trial would have had more interaction.


The Duranty-Blair Award recognizes those journalists whose work embodies the spirit of Walter Duranty and Jayson Blair, two of the most notorious “journalists” in the history of the Fourth Estate. It is no accident that both men worked for the New York Times.

Walter Duranty wrote a series of early 1930s dispatches from the Soviet Union, where he was Times Moscow bureau chief, in which he lied about the Ukrainian Holocaust, in which Stalin deliberately starved millions of Kulaks (farmers) to death, through a man-made famine. Instead of reporting the truth, Duranty reported that the peasants were happy and well-fed, and was rewarded for his lies with a Pulitzer Prize.

Jayson Blair (here, here, and here) was an early 2000s black affirmative action hire, who alternately plagiarized reporters at other newspapers, and fabricated articles out of whole cloth, all for stories set hundreds and even thousands of miles away, while he sat in New York City cafés.
 


 

Trayvon Martin's Parents Speak Out in New Series: “This Case Has Never Been Just About” Him
By Steve Helling
July 30, 2018 02:46 P.M.

Six years after Travon Martin‘s shooting death and the controversial acquittal of his killer, George Zimmerman, the case is revisited in the documentary series Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story, which premieres Monday night on BET and the Paramount Network.

The six-episode series, produced by JAY-Z, has the full support of Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, Trayvon’s mom and dad.

It traces the teen’s life, the details of his death and the ongoing activism [sic] he helped inspire — such as Black Lives Matter — after his story became a flashpoint for America’s ongoing debates about racially motivated violence [sic] and inequality.

“This case has never been just about Trayvon,” Tracy tells PEOPLE. “He is not the first black teenager to be shot and he won’t be the last. So I hope that this documentary brings attention to the issue.”

[No; it’s about you, and your greed. And it’s not a documentary, it’s a propaganda series.]

“As Trayvon’s parents, we have had to fight against the perception that he was a thug who deserved this,” Tracy adds. “This was a teenager coming home from the store; he was not a thug. He was racially profiled.” (Zimmerman’s lawyers have vigorously pushed back against the idea that he was a racist.)

[This was not a “perception,” it was the reality. He absolutely was a thug, a racist, a burglar and a druggee. He died attempting to murder a man who had done nothing to him. He was not coming home, because he didn’t live there. If anything, he was casing homes to burglarize, seeing as he was walking behind homes where he had no business being, and he was already a burglar.]

Says Tracy: “As his parents, we felt the responsibility that we needed to tell who Trayvon really was, and not the thug that the defense made him out to be.”

[Translation: They are lying, and lying, and lying about their late thug son.]

The night Trayvon was killed, Feb. 26, 2012, he was walking to his father’s fiancee’s [sic] townhouse in Sanford, Florida, after buying a pack of Skittles at a nearby convenience store.

[The father had no fiancée. The woman in question was his girlfriend. Trayvon Martin did not buy only Skittles but cough syrup, with which to make an illegal, druggee drink, variously known as "Lean," "Sizzurp," and "Purple Drank."]

As the 17-year-old headed toward the home, he encountered Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch volunteer.

Although a 911 [sic] dispatcher told [sic] Zimmerman not to chase the teen, he did [sic] anyway. A fight [sic] ensued — the exact details of which were much disputed — and Zimmerman fatally shot Trayvon, who was unarmed [sic].

[There was no “911 dispatcher,” the non-emergency operator suggested in a non-binding fashion that Zimmerman leave Martin to the cops, and Zimmerman did just that. No “fight ensued”; martin sucker-punched Zimmerman. Martin was not unarmed; he used the ground as a weapon, smashing Zimmerman’s head into it, in an attempt to either murder him, or render him permanently brain-damaged.]

Zimmerman invoked [sic] Florida’s expansive “Stand Your Ground” law, contending he was frightened that Trayvon was going to kill him and he had to protect himself.

[Zimmerman invoked self-defense, because Martin sought to kill him. He never invoked SYG.]

Charged with second-degree murder, Zimmerman was acquitted on July 13, 2013, after a closely watched trial. Thousands of protesters took to the streets after the verdict.
 


 

Fulton tells PEOPLE one of the goals of Rest in Power is to “show the love that two parents had for Trayvon, and this will tell people who he was.”

[Photographs depict Tracey Martin showing affection to Trayvon, but he still did a lousy job raising him, and Sybrina Fulton had very little to do with raising Martin. The parents split up when Martin was very young. He was largely “raised” by his stepmother.]

“We want to make sure that other families don’t go through what we went through,” she says, adding, “We miss him every day.”

[How would they do that? By encouraging other young blacks to be murderous, racist thugs?]

Tracy echoes that: “It’s really important for people to see Trayvon as a person. He was a teenager who had a future ahead of him. This documentary will help people really know him as he was.”

[A future as a racist murderer, burglar, and druggee.]

Both parents say that they’ve had an outpouring of support from millennials since Trayvon’s death.

“There is something about the younger generation who this resonated with,” Fulton says. “They see themselves in Trayvon. They see what happened to him, and they know it’s not right.”

Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story premieres Monday (10 p.m. ET) on the Paramount Network and BET.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Duranty-Blair Controversy Erupts
(not-AP)
(New York,NY)The NAACP and BLM announced a public grievance concerning the selection of white newsmen Steve Helling and Jess Cagle as winners of the latest Duranty-Blair Award.
NY NAACP chair Hazel Dukes (not related to David)and BLM founder Alicia Garza held a joint press conference,saying,"we are outraged at this oversight of people of color,losing out on another big award.We're tired on being passed over for awards like the Oscars,Emmy's--and Duranty-Blair."
When told by a follower of NSU that Duranty-Blair was "for abhorrently disreputable writing,"the two black leaders huddled up with other black members from the two groups,talked a while,shrugged their shoulders and then walked offstage.
Ten minutes later,the two leaders returned to say,"We know what "whorrently"means,we just can't get the second word figured out."
Further details on the award ceremonies themselves,will be forthcoming as soon as possible.Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks are rumored to be in the running to co-host the event.
---GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Trump Gives Own Award Out--To Don Lemon!
(FOX NEWS)President Trump responded by Twitter on Friday night to a CNN anchor's recent interview with an NBA superstar.


"Lebron James was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television, Don Lemon. He made Lebron look smart, which isn't easy to do. I like Mike!" Trump tweeted.
GRA:I never see Lemon,but Holt has a far bigger audience--and is as disingenuous as they come--on all counts.Holt is the most proactive anti-white,anti-Trump newsman we'll ever see (unless Farrakhan takes over at CBS).


---GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

1. Smashing someones head into the ground is using lethal force.

2. A "fight" never occurred. Nicholas is right. Zimm was attacked.

3. "Creepy white-assed kill your neighbors cracker." - - St. Treyvons.

4. "That nigger [nigga] is still following me." - - St. Treyvons.

Anonymous said...

Trump P*sses Off the ENTIRE NBA (except maybe Nicola Mirotic).
GRA:A flood of NBA tweets followed President Trump's blast of Don Lemon's interview with Lebron James.Here from "Bleacher Report" is the background of Trump's feud with James.
"James clashed with Trump in September 2017 when he called the President a "bum" and said visiting the White House "was a great honor until you showed up" after the Golden State Warriors' offer to attend, which they planned to decline anyway, was publicly rescinded."
GRA:So every black in sports (it seems)has gone berserk about the POTUS tweet and you'll be seeing nothing else on MSM,but how great James is.It's starting already.
---GR Anonymous

emmet's mammy said...

I read where some worthless diploma mill awarded St. Skittles a posthumous degree in aviation. I was shocked. I had no idea he was interested in aviation, but clearly he loved getting high....