Burning Down the House

From The Washington Times via Gateway Pundit:

The legal watchdog Judicial Watch released an audio recording Thursday of a Department of Justice staffer urging Sanford, Fla., city officials and the minority advocacy group Dream Defenders to seek justice for Trayvon Martin, because “if a community perceives that there’s something wrong in the black community, there’s something wrong.”

That’s right, screw every other community that perceives this to be wrong. This is the Administration rewarding the race-baiters with the full weight of the Federal government. The Justice Department has gone out of it’s way to accommodate these hustlers in their quest for Zimmerman’s scalp. But it’s not about Zimmerman. This has more to do with the anti-gun crowd making a statement.

Wait. It gets better.

“CRS is an arm of the department that we call the Peacemakers,” Thomas Battles, regional director of the DOJ’s Community Relations Service, said at a meeting at the Shiloh Church on April 19, 2012. “We work with communities where there is real or perceived racial tensions.”

Mr. Battle’s statement indicates he understands there is a difference between real and perceived, by his use of the word “or“. In the world of race-baiting, perception is reality. You can see how this ‘perception based reality’ works when you tune on the news and this case gets wall-to-wall coverage as Benghazi, the IRS gestapo tactics, Fast an Furious, and a host of other scandals are pushed to the back burner for this astro-turfed rent-a-mob.

Let’s continue, before my pyloric valve explodes.

“…When Trayvon happened, for many of us, it was the proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back,” he continued. “We had grown up in a state and environment where race is a way of life … We’re not from Sanford, but what Sanford represented to us was the very real problems going around this state and this country. We wanted to figure out how could we stand in solidarity, and how could we make this about not just justice for Trayvon, but using this moment and using the opportunity to honor his memory, to honor his spirit by working to bring down the various structures and the various systems that allow something like this to happen.”

Mr. Battle is admitting that he job at the Justice Department is to destroy structures and systems. The structures and systems that allow people to defend themselves. There is no distinction between the law abiding and the thug. This is about destroying any semblance of justice. He has ousted a police chief, and taken over the investigation into the truth. The judge has pulled out the stops to see to it that Zimmerman gets convicted. Of something, anything.

The conversation about the guilt or innocence of Mr. Zimmerman is irrelevant. Don’t even bother. The conversation is about whether or not justice died in this country. When justice can be meted out by ‘perceptions’, make no mistake, it’s dead. When a judge can tell a defendant “You have the Right to remain silent, are you going to testify?” and then DEMAND an answer from said defendant, what you have is tyranny. Or a tranny. Whatever.

So yeah, go ahead and burn down the house. We’ll build another. And you will find out how unpleasant it is to stay outside when the weather gets crappy. Go ahead burn that bridge. When you are done you’ll have to stay on your side.

Slash and burn works really well. Until the fields lay fallow.



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