You and I think very differently.<quoted text>
I think like people have for thousands of years, you think like people that have been trained by liberal public schools, IE to rely on some great gov authority to protect you.
A: I too like many others in a civilised society have had hundreds of thousands of years of learning what succeeds and what fails and we build a society based on that knowledge....we could live like a caveman so that liberal thinking sees you living in a house with gas for heating and doors against the weather and intruders...it's called evolving....
The village is what is important. A family makes uo that village. Strangers are a danger, until proven otherwise.
A: A stranger to you is a relative or friend to someone else...you must learn to be discerning without prejudice.
trayvon was a stranger in the neighborhood. This neighborhood had been experiencing "danger". IE , break ins.
A: that is profiling, just because the neighborhood had experience break ins there was no call to judge Trayvon as a suspect here or suspicious just because he was black and on the estate......it was one persons word there is no evidence to support them that Trayvon was one of the two they had seen roaming the estate....
One of the villagers saw a "suspicious character". Checking out suspuiscious characters is something villagers have been doing for thousands of years, and is a very important evolutionary tool.
A: And you only have the so called word of someone that has experience neighborhood break ins by living in that closed community....a lone black kid in a hoody would no doubt be seen as a threat...but reporting suspicious behaviour and applying that behaviour to this kid was unsubstantiated and bias....Covering each others arse is another thing village people do when the shit hits the fan as well to the point of murder and bigotry...
Everything Z did is something I would like to think anyone in my neighborhood would do.
A: No it isn't because you don't know what he did....you are making the mistake every person with bias does especially when you don't actually know the facts, you weren't there....so you also in your own way, have the same village mentality when a like minded person does what you would have done it is easier to justify his actions and not see them as they are and in this case it points to murder.....
Unfortunately, most of my neighbors are liberals who would not even call the law if they heard screaming in their back yard.
A: you don't have to be a liberal to investigate noises in your back yard, but you might to take matters into your own hand to the point of murder.
Since Trayvon was a "visitor", he had no right to expect to wonder freely thru the village without being confronted. Even the "gangs" understand that concept.
A: I agree.....but there is no evidence to support that he was ever asked what he was doing there or if he had been ordered off either.
Since Z was a villager, he had an obligation to check out the stranger.
A: An obligation to check out yes, not to take matters into his own hands.....
Since that is not part of your thinking process, Z will always be the villian to you, and T will be the hero.
Which is a counter evolutionary way of thinking At least according to me and history.
A: Not true, I understand self defence and I also understand murder, and I look at as much of the evidence as it stands, and I try to put myself in "both" their shoes to work out what happened, and Zimmermans story doesn't add up....there are holes that appear like untruths....if they fill them in then I might think differently but I have read the transcrips in full and heard the accounts and Z is either leaving things out or he is hiding something....No you jump, the gun history isn't finished with Z yet, you will have to re-write history if he is found guilty...and at this time I believe they will....