HELTER SKEPTIC - A NARRATIVE AT GUN POINT
Today is the anniversary of the assassination of the Dr. Martin Luther King. Martin Luther King's philosophy was that of Loving Your Enemies. King said that a man must discover the element of good in his enemy, and every time you begin to hate that person and think of hating that person, realize that there is some good there and look at those good points which will over-balance the bad points. We sure could use a little advice from Dr. King about now. Especially from those who claim to espouse his values are encouraging a racial schism that may lead to an escalated civil uprising.
It has been 44 years since the civil rights leader was gunned down. He was shot as he stood on a hotel balcony in Memphis Tennessee. Even though his legacy has been talked about and many have claimed to emulate him, including our current president, it means absolutely nothing now, because it seems that the scab that has healed over has been picked at in the present. It is constantly being picked at and blood is flowing again with the racially charged plot that has been devised in order to bait a police state in the United States.
We are now learning that the racial tensions that are mounting in our country can be attributed to a manipulation by the mainstream media. It has now been revealed that NBC news selectively edited the 911 call that was made by George Zimmerman the night he shot Trayvon Martin. The call that was aired originally made Zimmerman out to be a paranoid man claiming that Martin looked like he was up to no good and coupling it with the statement “He looks black.”
What NBC selectively deleted from the call was that Zimmerman thought that Martin looked suspicious and that he may be on drugs. Then the dispatcher asked if he was black, white or Hispanic. That is when Zimmerman answered “He looks black,”
The editing clearly attempts to paint Zimmerman as, at the least, racially insensitive. Why else would he volunteer that Martin appeared to be African American unsolicited? The difference between offering that assessment voluntarily and responding to a 911 dispatcher’s request for a suspect’s description should be self-evident.
This opens up an entirely different angle to what is truly happening here. It is evident that there are elements within the media that are being pushed into creating an agenda that is meant to polarize us in order to generate momentum for a race war. Something that convicted cult mastermind Charles Manson once called Helter Skelter.
Trayvon Martin may not have been a target of racism. However he is a victim in many ways and a tragedy that seems to get more and more nauseating as we see it unravel.
He has been made into a marketable poster child for “emotional” blackmail and an exploited example of how militants can shape the big lie for an even bigger swindle.
Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, has filed trademark applications for two phrases relating to her son. The phrase “I am Trayvon” and “Justice for Trayvon” are now registered trademarks.
She is specifically petitioning for use of the terms on "digital materials, namely CDs and DVDs featuring Trayvon," but the trademark would extend to other products as well.
Now this racial stage show is a marketable commodity. Now you can get two for one night at local dance clubs if you wear hoodies and carry an empty bag of skittles.
This demonstrates a sick and parapolitical turn that Martin Luther King couldn’t have possibly dreamed about.
I know that NBC has vowed to carry out an investigation into the matter of the manipulation and selective editing, but in my opinion there can be no punishment given that would somehow change the damage that has been done in the this case.
Was it a manipulation for ratings, with no mind or care into thinking that it would lead to racial escalation and a major scandal in the United States?
Can anyone see how the media has no regard for how it allows for the contributing to the age old institution of trying people in the court of public opinion, with the funeral dirge played at the end of it all by an emotional and somewhat out of tune bandwagon?
It is now blatantly displayed and it won’t change public opinion of anything. No one now will speak the truth because it has become a political football. I have heard it is a victory of the conservative right and Fox news.
I say it is a loss for everyone.
It is also a point in time to ponder what other historical events have been manipulated and shaped to fit an agenda proposed by some unseen manager, whether it be a mucky muck in a three piece suit wanting ratings, or a group of men in a smoke filled room demanding that no one report that building 7 of the World Trade Center cam down by controlled demolition it is disgusting to watch the harsh reaction of the “brainwashed masses” when someone tries to say that “the consensus narrative is a lie”
I am always surprised when people write me and tell me that they feel they can get current event stories elsewhere and that they always are interested in what supernatural things are occurring. I always do shows about these topics and when I do current events topics I have to have a good reason to approach them. Usually if I do comment on them it is because I see something that sticks out as unusual or even conspiratorial. A few days ago I had decided that the Trayvon Martin case was too good to be true. That it appeared to be a manufactured story aimed at creating a class war, civil unrest, and eventually an isolated civil confrontation or riot.
After running into many people that wanted to educate me on who is at fault and what political side you are on if you decide to stick up for Martin or Zimmerman , I came to the conclusion that the only side I decided to be on and that is on the side of truth.
My truth leaned toward what an esteemed colleague of mine had said. James Evan Pilato of Media Monarchy had revived the phrase Helter Skelter and stated that this is once again an example of how the media creates a story and people tend to jump on the emotional bandwagon and make their opinions based on what limited information they are getting from the media.
Now, we learn that the media has manipulated the case from the get go and has manufactured public opinion on this matter. I had stated that the entire situation was created to exacerbate racial tensions and give a reason for the militarization of the police in the event of civil unrest.
The Ground Zero audience had concluded that the situation would escalate if the media continued the poking of the fire. It was reported during the weekend that If George Zimmerman was not arrested in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin soon; the Rev. Al Sharpton would call for an escalation in civil disobedience and economic sanctions.
A lesson that is lost in cases such as these is the Court of Public opinion cannot be trusted. It is important that we discuss matters in the zeitgeist and we have to understand that there has to be a need to verify every piece of information offered in all areas of the information well.
The whole case has been painted in simple and despicable terms. The story had no objectivity and was meant to be a spark issue. On one end The conservative media with no reason to act on behalf of the public trust reported to the people that Trayvon Martin was a 17 year old, weed smoking wannabe gangsta. The Liberal faction painted George Zimmerman as a racist “White Hispanic” who is trigger happy when he sees a young black boy who loiters all of this taken from an edited 911 call.
Who will stand up in the court of public opinion and say that the unreliable evidence can now be thrown out and we can all calm down as the case belongs to judge and jury in Florida?
The family of Trayvon Martin have denounced the vigilante justice that has been demanded by a hysterical mob that have generated the hate speech. However the hysteria continues and we allow our racial inconsistencies prevail in the face of a lying media.
Justice hopefully will prevail in the unfortunate case of Trayvon marti and the investigation of NBC should also include the firing of those responsible and the firing of Al Sharpton who is an MSNBC commentator. Sharpton most definitely shows a conflict of interest by being on MSNBC as a political commentator and inciting an escalation based on a selectively edited 911 call provided by his employer. Sharpton has been involved with race baiting in the past using fraudulent and manipulated evidence to prove racial hate crimes.
It seems that we do not learn from past mistakes and somehow believe that things like history never repeat itself.
Hopefully we can know better now.