Martin was not only younger, but also less heavy. He was also, according to both Zimmerman and Witness #8, running away from Zimmerman. And he was unarmed.<quoted text>
The charge of bigotry can be applied to every single person, because you cannot have no prejudice.
You've displayed considerable animosity against largely white people living in suburbs, as has Barack "highways to the suburbs" Obama.
The idea that Martin, a younger and fitter person, would not be able to beat up Zimmerman, which his wounds indicate Martin was doing, is behind the myth that somehow Zimmerman is an evil man out to murder innocent blacks, which carries the implication that every gun owner does as well.
The wounds, however, do not support George's narrative--based on what medical evidence we have, and there isn't much. We have some small lacerations to the back of the head and scratches and blood on the front of the face. Blood could be from the nose, or from the scratches.
What we do NOT have is substantial bruising, evidence of fracture (although the words "suspected closed fracture of the nose" have been thrown around) or importantly any evidence of concussion--although there is wide belief in some quarters (Robt Zimmerman and Mark Osterman for example) that Zimmerman sustained a massive concussion. And even more importantly, none of Zimmerman's blood or DNA were detectable on Trayvon's hands or clothing. Also none of Trayvon's DNA or fingerprints found on the gun.
Is Zimmerman an evil person out to get blacks? Well, that's a pretty subjective question. I believe he was a person who had been persuaded that his neighborhood was being victimized by a group he didn't much care for. And he was further deluded into believing that he could, by walking around with a weapon in his holster, catch such folks and emerge the victor.