Whats your opinion on this Trayvon Martin case?

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  1. Lil B P

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    Damn, that one of eazy's kids?

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    i saw that, nigga
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    I've changed my mind..Trayvon shot himself to send the country into another civil war
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    wait

    were either of them wearing PANTS?

    this could influence my decision
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  10. DemiGod

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    No pants were involved.
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    Fear that I'll get drawn into an argument I've no business being in.
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    Malo is too racist for this conversation.....Joro would explode.
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    Since no PANTS were involved i have no opinion on this matter

    i do hope its resolved quickly and with the best interest of everyone held in high regard and that the outcome furthers our journey towards complexity
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    the pants did it
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    Or Leila got the best of you and you realized it.
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    It takes just one spark to ignite a forest fire. The same can often be said for society-wide destruction and violence.

    In the case of the raging inferno prophesied to devour America’s biggest cities before Christ’s return, could the shooting death of Trayvon Martin be the spark that leads to chaos and anarchy on the streets of America?

    Louis Farrakhan has promised retaliation. The New Black Panther Party offered a $10,000 bounty for the shooter, George Zimmerman.

    Black Panthers also distributed a “Wanted: Dead or Alive” poster for Zimmerman. Movie director Spike Lee re-tweeted Zimmerman’s home address to 250,000 followers. (It turned out to be the wrong address.) And the New York Times, Reuters and other news agencies even coined a new phrase to fabricate the white-on-black narrative that is central to the liberal agenda. Zimmerman isn’t Hispanic. He’s now a white Hispanic.

    Even President Obama weighed in on the controversy by stressing the racial component to the story: “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon,” the president said.

    The real significance of the Trayvon Martin case isn’t whether the shooting was racially motivated or not—or if the watchman acted in self-defense. The real significance is that media outlets, black activists, celebrities and even leaders in government are collectively using this isolated incident—whether they realize it or not—to incite race wars!

    Of course, many young blacks in America are being attacked—it’s just that their attackers come from the black community, as a few lone voices in the media have courageously pointed out. Ninety-three percent of black murder victims in America are killed by other blacks.

    But unless there’s a white-on-black angle to the tragedy, the media’s coverage is dispassionate at best—if it’s even covered at all.

    “Many people believe that Mr. Obama is going to greatly improve race relations. But our racial problems are going to *****ly get much worse,” he wrote on June 12, 2008. Then, he added, “The race card is going to be played often for political gain!”

    That is certainly happening right now on both sides of the Trayvon Martin case. And it may well be the tiny spark that sets off the racist bomb prophesied to explode upon our cities, leading to the siege of fire and violence described in Ezekiel 5. For a much more thorough study of the Prophet Ezekiel’s end-time warning, request Ezekiel: The End-Time Prophet. •
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    Real Talk
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