Mark Dankof’s America July 17, 2013

Mark Dankof’s America on WednesdayJuly 17th on The Ugly Truth  discusses the George Zimmerman acquittal in the Treyvon Martin case with Anisa Abd El Fattah, President of the National Association of Muslim American Women (NAMAW).

Special emphasis will be placed in the discussion on the article entitled, “Black Conservatives for Treyvon Make Best Case Ever for a Zimmerman Conviction.”

Mr. Dankof’s past article, “The Zionist Media Plot and the Treyvon Martin Tragedy, will also be referenced. Special interest in Dr. David Duke’s new video, “How the Media Incites Violence and Racism in the Zimmerman Case,” may also prove relevant to the discussion.

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  1. #1 by fez on 07/17/2013 - 9:34

    Excellent guest on show (Anisa Abd El Fattah), who seems to get it right.

    And, it should be added that although Hispanics and Blacks get grouped together from some white perspectives. From a Black/African perspective Hispanics and Whites get grouped together as conquerors of the new world, except that one is second class.

    Thus, it should be considered that Hispanics did not come to the new world via slavery as the Africans did.

    And, via the well informed guest, it seems like there needs to be more investigation concerning Zimmerman’s father’s Jewishness, which in the end be he or not does not grant him any right to have murdered Treyvon Martin, despite any and all exaggerations and caricaturizations (no matter what his past was, what he was smoking, or wearing).

  2. #2 by Charles Steiner on 07/17/2013 - 9:34

    Speaking of Jews, a new website exposing these Masters of Deception is up and it’s Zander C. Fuerza’s website with updated revisions on his (new) book, “Masters of Deception,” about 9/11.

  3. #3 by Thomas on 07/18/2013 - 9:34

    Pastor Dankof I enjoy virtually all of your work, but I must disagree on this one. The guest made clams that have been shown to be false, mainly the use of “coon”. I found this analysis to be very good:
    This is in no way a criticism as there is ample info on this tragic case to debate over, and I will continue to enjoy your work.

  4. #4 by Marina Orwell on 07/18/2013 - 9:34

    I think you’re tops, Mark, but I just couldn’t listen to more than 20 minutes of this typical blind black racist. If you’d like to hear a European-American woman’s take on being on the other end of relentless & scary Black-on-White racism, see my video of 7/13/13 on youtube channel TripleSpeak.

    Thanks for your important work.

  5. #5 by Dante Ardenz on 07/18/2013 - 9:34

    Thank you Rev. Dankoff for this perspective..Zimmerman is a Jew…The old man a Judge that is all we need to know…I would caution all those whites who have the Hollywood Lying Jew Racist idea of Nationalism that what this crazy unauthorized vigilante did, Th could happen to ALL OF YOU ! ‘ Oh their goes a racist’.’ Shoot him!..’ I have Tea Party Fools/Trash in my neighborhood… Guess what? They love ISRAEL ! They think that the Jews are just sweet victims of an ‘evil man’,like Hitler,or those Muslims….They hold Holohoax Memory Talks,and the poor slobs invite local millionaire Jews to speak to them about the dangers of the 4th Reich !NONSENSE ! They fall for the Alex Jones/Glen Beck,Jew rubbish hook line and sinker…. So do not fall for Kosher Zimmerman.. I did at first too ! THINK…

  6. #6 by Petrus on 07/18/2013 - 9:34

    There are so many factual inaccuracies here:

    * Zimmermann was not serving as neighborhood watch when he observed Martin. He was driving home and was adhering to the “if you see something say something” maxim.

    * Trayvon was walking almost aimlessly. He was looking in windows and doorways rather than making an effort to get home before he got too wet.

    * Zimmermann only got out of his car to get a fix on the street name. He did not initiate a confrontation with Trayvon.

    * Zimmerman never called Martin a coon.

    * Martin does not have a right to cold-cock Zimmermann and pounce on him in a MMA ground & pound pose, even if Zimmermann was behaving weirdly. Martin was on the verge of knocking Zimmerman unconscious. Zimmerman did not land a single blow on Martin, but there were many blows landed on Zimmermann’s body. The first blow Martin landed broke Zimmermann’s nose and knocked him to the ground. When Martin pounced on Zimmermann when he lay on the ground his larynx was likely filling with blood and Zimmerman was choking on his own blood receiving repeated blows to the head.

    * Martin bragged of his fighting prowess and his ability to knock a person out in one punch. He also was a drug user and was suspended from school 39 times for drug use, fighting, and for burglary

    In all fairness, Martin probably was casing the neighborhood looking for an easy target to rob. Martin had a history of poor judgment; he was impaired by drug use and he had a history of violence.

    When Zimmermann had been knockjed to the pavement and blood from his broken nose was filling his lungs and Martin was repeatedly pounding his face in, the only recourse Zimmermann had was to draw his weapon in self defense.

  7. #7 by Petrus on 07/18/2013 - 9:34

    Another mistake Pastor Dankof’s guest repeatedly makes is claiming that his father was a judge in Sanford, FL. Robert J. Zimmerman served as a full-time magistrate from 2000-2006 in Virginia, not in Florida. Virginia magistrates are judicial officers, but they are not considered “judges” and do not possess trial jurisdiction.

    There is no reason whatsoever to believe that Zimmermann’s family had political pull in Sanford.

    And, yes there were bruises on the knuckles of Trayvon Martin’s hand. As for the ability of Zimmermann, who weighed only 160 lbs at the time of the assualt, to get Trayvon off of him she simply does not know how it is nearly impossible even for a trained MMA fighter to get out of a ground and pound position. Bear in mind Trayvon was 4 -6″ taller than Zimmermann, was hs football player, and had much greater reach.

  8. #8 by NLG on 07/18/2013 - 9:34

    I think both Zimmerman and Trayvon were to blame for what happened. Yeah, Zimmerman is wannabee superhero wackjob, but he didn’t just storm out of his truck, or, worse, drive by and start firing. He saw a black kid, thought he was a criminal because he was black, and got out of his car and accosted him because he thought he had the authority. Still, after all this, unless Zimmerman attacked him or actually threatened him, Trayvon didn’t have the right to beat his head into the pavement. This last part, for some reason, really pi$$es off blacks b/c, lets face it, in black culture, you could be attacked for doing a lot less form”disrespecting” someone. The other possibility could have been that Trayvon was genuinely afraid and did what he did out of fear. The evidence showed, though, Z. never assaulted him, he just took a beating, unless Z. touched him in some way. If Z. Had touched him, in anyway, then Trayvon was justified in bearing the crap out of him. Trayvon had had run-ins before with the law, he was a wannabee thug as much as Zimmerman is a wannabee cop, and I think THAT is where the rubber really meets the road here. It’d just as one wannabee was slamming the other wannabee’s head into the pavement, wannabee 2 had a gun. People, though, on both sides, want to project onto both them, turning them into cardboard cut-outs. Doesn’t matter if Z. was a member of the KKK even. You can’t attack someone just for shadowing you–unless they actually threaten you. There was a physical brawl, and during that brawl, not before it, Trayvon got shot. If your case is that Z. Shot him “just b/c Z. Is a racist,” well, that was the prosecutor’s argument, and it just doesn’t hold up. Stop projecting and look objectively. 2 wannabees brawled, one happened to be packin THAT day, and one died.

    Them other aspect if this: the media is a tool used foment conflict. Don’t be a zombie. Don’t let them use your projections against you and pull you along like a puppet. The main goal is to polarize and control. Create 2 sides, have them duke it out, while the puppet master sits back and, while you’re distracted or dying, continues to rape you, your treasury, your environment, and get your children to die in wars for it. This is the real end game, folks. Don’t be fooled. Love, tough love, honest love, is the only thing that can keep them from using your own emotional reactions against you. Both Z. And T. were wrong here. Both.

  9. #9 by Lindsey on 07/18/2013 - 9:34

    BELIEVE ME, this lady would not have appreciated me calling-in and telling it like it is. Petrus, you are right in all that you said, but this whole thing is much bigger than most remember. The entire reason for this being headlines by the “usual-suspects” was to TAKE-AWAY PEOPLE’S RIGHT TO SELF-DEFENCE VIA STAND-YOUR-GROUND, AND TO TAKE-AWAY GUNS.

    If I would have known about this show today, there would definitely have been more to the discussion, but, whatever.


  10. #10 by Ingrid B on 07/18/2013 - 9:34

    @ Petrus, how do YOU know these things, were you there, or do you just read the jew controlled msm?

    I agree with Dante Ardenz, who says, ” This could happen to ALL OF YOU ! ” soooooooooo, stop bickering people, and get wise..

    It`s as I`ve said before, everything is connected, from Treyvon Martin, to Palestine, and what is taking place in the Middle East and beyond, and yet, Russia, and China, want closer ties with the US..

  11. #11 by Lindsey on 07/18/2013 - 9:34

    I am forced to say something else: I watched Brother Mark Glenn live on PressTV the other day, and Brother Mark did a fantastic job of explaining how this case was being used as a smoke-screen to cover-up SO MUCH of the crimes that are occurring on a national and international level, and YET, it was completely obvious that the Black female anchor–I do apologize for not remembering her name–did not appreciate his reasoned analysis, and my heart just sank because it was obvious that even at PressTV that people are not able to see through this deception.

    If I was on-the-air, I would have brought-up what I said above/previously, too, but Brother Mark Glenn is ABSOLUTELY CORRECT, but that is not what the Black anchor-woman wanted to hear. It just burns-my-onion to see people display ignorance, regardless of their previous good work.


  12. #12 by Tony on 07/18/2013 - 9:34

    Wow, what a smart, critical thinking woman.

  13. #13 by Frederick Rhodes on 07/18/2013 - 9:34

    In assault and battery. assault is using violent, hatefull, threatening words to cause fear, violent and hatefull anger, battery is the actual physical contact. Having a gun, Zimmerman, the wannabe bad cop, had no fear of his bigger, stronger opponent, knowing he could use his gun if he was loosing the fight he started. It appears there is a legal loophole so you can use the stand your ground law to instigate a fight and murder your enemy. There will be a lot of copycat hate crime murders because of this, because if you are not recorded making the inflamitory remarks to start a fight, you can claim whatever you want if your victim is dead.

  14. #14 by Michael Mann on 07/18/2013 - 9:34

    It wasn’t until the end of Mr. Dankof’s broadcast that I discovered why he had Anisa Abd El Fattah as his guest. It was difficult getting to where Ms. Fattah revealed that she has a good understanding of just who is behind the dividing of blacks and whites, Christians and Muslims, Sunnis and Shiites, etc. On the way there both she and Mr. Dankof said some things about the Zimmerman case that I found baseless and disturbing.

    Mr. Dankof’s guest said that the federal government will find that Martin’s civil rights were violated and that Zimmerman had no right to carry his gun while following Martin. She is wrong on both counts. In this case, neither following nor being followed violated anyone’s civil rights. And Zimmerman possessing a conceal carry permit entitled him to carry his weapon anywhere except where prohibited by law. This can be verified by checking out Florida’s conceal carry permit requirements and restrictions.

    In the interview, Ms. Fattah claimed that GZ had “ill will and contempt” for TM, even though this is not supported by the facts. She said that with his loaded gun GZ followed TM “to make sure the coon didn’t get out of the neighborhood,” and that GZ should have been charged with first degree murder. Her speculation is not unlike the prosecution’s, and equally unsupported by evidence. And where is her evidence for GZ being “a hothead and a bully who likes to beat people up”? She also said Zimmerman “is a pedophile” who wasn’t found guilty “because he left Virginia.”

    Mark Dankof referred to the 2005 incident that led to GZ being charged with aggravated assault. He didn’t mention any of the details of that arrest though, including the fact that the undercover cop that GZ allegedly assaulted didn’t identify himself as a cop and had assaulted Zimmerman first. This is why the charges were dropped. And the pedophile charge against GZ was made by an unknown woman who claimed the “last incident was in 2001,” and she just happened to come forward now because, “For the first time in my life, I’m not afraid of him.” Other than her word there is no evidence of GZ being a pedophile.

    Dankof’s guest clearly indicated that she felt there was heavy bias in favor of GZ. If this trial was slanted in favor of GZ, why was Zimmerman’s defense team not allowed to mention Trayvon Martin’s suspension from school or text messages or past fighting, and yet the prosecution could bring up almost everything about GZ’s past? Why didn’t prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda give the contents of Ben Kruidbos’ (the IT director of the state attorney) report to the defense, as he should have? Kruidbos’ report included extracted photographs and text messages from the source file in Martin’s cellphone, including a photo of an African-American hand holding a gun, a photo of a plant resembling marijuana, and a text message referring to a gun transaction. Kruidbos was recently fired by State Attorney Angela Corey (Norm Wolfinger’s replacement) for going public with this information.

    Both Mr. Dankof and his guest painted Zimmerman as the criminal and Martin as an innocent victim, even though the evidence and testimony more than suggests the reverse to be true. Both the replaced State Attorney Norm Wolfinger, and the fired Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee Jr., said that they did not have probable cause to charge Zimmerman with a crime. Wolfinger said he was repeatedly asked by Norton N. Bonaparte, the Sanford City Manager, “Can an arrest be made now?” and he was at one point told by a City Commissioner: “We just want an arrest.”

    16 months ago our Jew-controlled president made his comment about Trayvon, which was about the same time that the Jew-supported high-profile race baiters Jackson and Sharpton and the Jew-directed Congressional Black Caucus went on record referring to Martin’s killing as a “crime” and condemning “the inconceivable fact that his killer remains free.” And now the Jew-installed Eric Holder and the president of the Jew-created NAACP, Benjamin Jealous, have yielded to demands for yet another trial for Zimmerman. All of this indicates that Zimmerman is certainly not receiving a free pass for killing Martin. In fact the opposite appears to be true. Our masters are marshaling their forces in high places to hang Zimmerman for whatever they can possibly find on him.

    Several days ago, “reverend” Sharpton said, “We are not having a two- or three-day anger fit … Florida will be the battleground of a new civil rights movement.” He said that there will be a nation-wide effort to have Zimmerman brought up on civil rights violations and to have “Stand Your Ground” laws repealed. Black churches across the country are “organizing rallies and urging supporters to wear hoodies in honor of Martin.” It sounds to me like this is going to be much bigger than the racially-motivated firestorm our Jew-controlled government and Jew-controlled media created back in 1992 after the first Rodney King trial, which culminated in droves of angry blacks roaming the streets in search of whites to beat up.

  15. #15 by Lindsey on 07/18/2013 - 9:34

    I admire and respect Pastor Mark Dankof, but I am EXTREMELY, and I am being very polite here, DISAPPOINTED with this interview.

    Mr. Michael Mann, everything that you said is spot-on, and I just can not understand how people can not see this. Perhaps it is because people a INCORRECTLY ASSuming that Zimmerman is jewish, because the facts speak for themselves, and the fact that this case was ORIGINALLY ABOUT GETTING RID OF SELF-DEFENSE AND GUN-CONTROL, solidifies my position. It must not be ignored that there are “forces” that are now constantly talking about how horrible “stand-your-ground” law is, and how it must be removed IMMEDIATELY.

    If you people are too damned ignorant to see through this “Irish” deception and trick-and-trap, then you need to seriously reflect upon WHY you are WILLFULLY-IGNORING what is as clear as spring-water.


  16. #16 by Peter on 07/18/2013 - 9:34

    I was very disappointed in this interview. The invited lady operated entirely with assumptions and Mark was not far behind. While I agree this whole case is made for a public distraction and division, facts are facts and the most logical interpretation of the event so far I found here by Stefan Molyneux.

  17. #17 by Luciana on 07/19/2013 - 9:34

    Wow! A young boy was shot and killed and here we have people who think they know it all and act as if they were witnesses to this crime and experts in forensics. It was a crime and murder was committed no matter how you spell or define it. Reading these comments are pathetic with the exception of Dante, Ingrid, Charles and Tony. You are some real hating fools with no respect for life. Apparently none of you have ever experienced having a close friend/loved one shot dead! I think the ones that need to wake up and stop being so WILLFULLY IGNORNANT are the ones that I did not mention by name.

    How can anyone say that they admire Pastor Dankof and yet are quick to knock him down. Pastor Dankof’s knowledge and wisdom including Anisa are no match for anyone here. Get a freaking life and stop acting as if the world evolves around your ignorant and ridiculously stupid comments and conclusions. You have definitely fallen under the jewish spell and their classic behavior of being a hardcore sociopath.

    That’s right I’m Spanish and proud of it and love my Black and Spanish People including the White ones with intelligence and logical sense and respect which none of you have or know very little of, let me also add Muslims as well. Zimmerman got off the hook because of his father’s connection whether he was a magistrate or judge in Virginia or Florida. As someone mention there were no witnesses, but yet you all act as if you were present while the crime was taking place. If you know so damn much why don’t you become Prosecutors. How dare you disrespect Trayvon and his family who are crying out in pain and will NEVER see their little boy again. Have some damn compassion for once and put yourselves in that family’s shoes, but thats too hard to do when ignorance apparently has become a choice for you.

    Just because Spanish people were not bought here through slavery does not mean that my people did not suffer by the hands of white nationalists/jews. To call us second class makes you less.

    Reach out to the Lord and pray for healing. Ask for guidance in learning how to be open minded and not to judge people with hateful emotions.

  18. #18 by Lindsey on 07/19/2013 - 9:34

    Some people will ALWAYS fall for the tricks-and-the-traps of the jews, no matter how much they know about the details of the crimes committed, and the world around them.

    That is the final thing that I have to say on this public mind-game, that has worked BEAUTIFULLY FOR THE jews/zionist-collaborators, in making people fall for the race-baiting game, and also for the calls FOR ELIMINATION OF SELF-DEFENSE AND THE RIGHT TO OWN WEAPONS FOR SELF-DEFENSE.

    You people who keep bringing-up Black this or White that are falling right into “THEIR” trap, just as they designed it; how everyone can not see this saddens me, and I feel genuine pity for those whose minds ARE STILL BEING CONTROLLED BY THE DEMONS WALKING-ON-TWO-LEGS.


    NB: Folks, here is a critically important after-thought: Deception comes in MANY FORMS, and the best deceptions are those that are meant to play on your base-emotions dealing with “children” and “minorities.”


  19. #19 by CK on 07/19/2013 - 9:34

    I totally agree with Luciana. I can’t believe the bigotry on this board. Trayvon Martin was racially profiled, stalked and murdered. There’s no getting around the fact that he’s dead at George Zimmerman’s hand. Zimmerman didn’t have to get out of his SUV. He wasn’t being threatened in any way. He could have driven on home, but he didn’t and a young man is dead. Things are rotten in Florida when you consider that Marissa Alexander, an African-American woman, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for firing a warning shot into the wall of her home to end a violent argument with her abusive husband, and Zimmerman killed a teenager and walked free to kill again. I don’t get how anybody can think that’s right. Thank you, Pastor Dankoff, for an enlightening program.

  20. #20 by Ingrid B on 07/19/2013 - 9:34

    Like CK, #19, I too agree with Luciana. I also agree that “Trayvon Martin was racially profiled, stalked and murdered.” There is an awful lot of pure speculation here, not hard fact. One thing I know for sure is “self defence” is a ploy constantly used by the tribe to justify murder, which this most definitely was..

    btw, there is an article on Press TV where Treyvon Martin`s parents are speaking out for the forst time..

  21. #21 by persnipoles on 07/19/2013 - 9:34

    Still have some o’ that Limbaugh conditioning –if you ‘racially charge’ something, I tune out. With MD on the case, I finally get that there is something interesting about it… The guest was pretty slick, too.

  22. #22 by EJ on 07/19/2013 - 9:34

    Just wanted to say, this was most BS I’ve heard from you guys in a long time. You should be ashamed of yourself. Trayvon Martin was not an “innocent little boy” or a “young student”, he was a violent punk who lived the lifestyle of a criminal. Trayvon “No_limit_nigga” Martin was trying to kill Zimmerman by pounding his head into the concrete. Then Zimmerman shot him in self-defense and did the world a favor. Zimmerman was trying make his neighborhood a better place, while Martin was trying to make it worst. We need more men like Zimmerman and less like Martin.

    If actually want to know something and not repeat Jewish MSM lies, check out this video by an honest journalist.

  23. #23 by Ingrid B on 07/20/2013 - 9:34

    @EJ, Zimmerman DID NOT have to confront this kid, in fact, he was told, repeatedly, not to. Zimmerman, in my opinion, is no hero, just a mentally ill vigilante, and the US DOES NOT need more of those, and we here, DO NOT need to alienate people of colour..

  24. #24 by Max French on 07/20/2013 - 9:34

    Three cheers for Anisa!
    I would be honoured to have her as a guest on my show.

  25. #25 by Matthew on 07/20/2013 - 9:34

    I know I am of no importance but I have to speak up probably for the last time here. I have been concerned and fighting against Jewish supremacy for over 20 years I am almost a senior citizen.
    I will state right from the beginning. I hate racial supremacists and will fight always against them.
    But on this Martin and Zimmerman issue I have lost a lot of respect for people that are condemning zimmernan for being a racist and an evil villain and trying to make Martin out to be a poor victim just because he is black,. Both Zimmerman and Martin were equally to blame for being stupid. And when people say “we here do not need to alienate people of color” in this context it makes me want to,disassociate myself from those type of people, because they’re more concerned with agenda than substance or truth. This issue alone makes me want to part ways. Pess tv who I thought was one of the only bastions of truth has now made me doubt them and maybe they have an agenda. And I’d never ever thought I would be on the opposite side of an issue with Mark Dankof. What a depressing turn of events. Because it speaks of a much larger issue.

  26. #26 by Lidia on 07/20/2013 - 9:34

    I have to agree with Lindsey, Peter, EJ… I am a Polish woman residing in Atlanta, Georgia. There were couple recent robberies in my neighborhood involving at least one black person. I can understand George Zimmerman and his thought process.

  27. #27 by Michael Mann on 07/20/2013 - 9:34

    @ Max French: I have listened to your broadcasts over the past eight months and have been impressed with your fact-based views, as I have with much of what Mark Dankof has presented. Until now I don’t remember ever hearing either of you give support to someone who makes baseless comments, or allow a guest or caller who made such comments to go unchallenged. I can’t understand why you and Mr. Dankof would make an exception for Ms. Fattah.

    Almost every comment Mr. Dankof’s guest made about the Zimmerman trial was unfounded. She claimed that Zimmerman had “ill will and contempt” toward Martin, even though there was neither hard evidence nor testimony that supported that assertion. She claimed that GZ taking his pistol with him with a live round in the chamber and following TM was evidence that GZ wanted “to make sure that the coon didn’t get out of the neighborhood,” and that GZ “should have been charged with first degree murder.”

    Most people that I know that have a CCW permit carry their gun everywhere they are legally permitted to and have a live round in the chamber because emergency situations don’t often allow for the time and two hands it takes to chamber the first round in a pistol. Ms. Fattah claimed that the federal government “will prove” that George Zimmerman “had no right to carry his gun while following Trayvon Martin.” GZ had the right, and because of the recent spate of crimes committed by young black men in his neighbor and suspicious behavior of TM, GZ felt there was a need to follow him. Neither following TM, nor carrying a loaded pistol when he did, is evidence that GZ had an intent to harm, much less kill TM. By the end of the second week of the trial it was clear that there was no evidence to prove second degree murder, yet Dankof’s guest said that GZ should have been charged with first degree murder.

    There was never a dispute about whether TM “had the right to be there,” as Ms. Fattah and many others keep saying. GZ had the same right to be there. Dankof’s guest kept making the unsubstantiated claim that TM’s civil rights had been violated, but said nothing about GZ’s right to defend himself when he was being assaulted by TM. O’Mara, part of GZ’s defense team said, “You can’t look at those pictures [of GZ’s beaten face] and say what was visited upon George Zimmerman was not evidence of ill will, spite and hatred.”

    Ms. Fattah commented on how many people in and outside of the U.S. protested and signed petitions to have GZ charged with a crime, as if this was proof that Zimmerman was getting away with murder. But there was no mention of the Jew-controlled media in the West that was responsible for getting so many behind going after Zimmerman, a man they initially referred to as being white. Ms. Fattah claimed that the jury being made up of mostly whites suggested bias, even though there was no evidence to support her assumption.

    Dankof’s guest also made the unsupported claim that GZ is a pedophile, having molested a three or four year old “perpetually for years.” She made the additional unsupported claim, “of course he was not found guilty because he left Virginia.”

    Later in the broadcast, Ms. Fattah mentioned a case where a black woman was sent to prison for 20 years for firing two warning shots to stop her husband from beating her, and uses this as proof that the Stand Your Ground law is unfairly applied – the abolishment of the law essentially being what Jew-controlled “reverend” Sharpton and Jew-controlled Eric Holder are in the process of trying to bring about. She said, “So what is the Florida court telling us? They are telling us that Stand Your Ground law is not for everybody.” She then goes on to make an absurd and unchallenged parallel of the shooting of the Trayvon Martins in our country with the plight of the Palestinians and the targeting of them by the Mossad. She said, “In this case, Trayvon Martin became the terrorist, even though he didn’t do anything.” The guest then went on to make a false analogy between the Stand Your Ground law and some of our freedom-destroying legislation.

    Ms. Fattah spoke of racial profiling that she said GZ is guilty of without even realizing that both she and her host had done the same kind of profiling with GZ. Most of us here at TUT have discovered that most Jews have personal characteristics or behavior patterns that cause us to make generalizations about them – to profile them. In Zimmerman’s case, because his father is Jewish and was involved in the court system, many assume that he used his Jewish connections to keep his son from being found guilty of a crime. But the fact (as I pointed out in my first comment) that Jew-controlled groups and individuals in much higher places were responsible for bringing the Zimmerman case to trial and are now working to find GZ guilty of civil rights violations, makes it clear that neither GZ’s father being a Jew, nor his having been a judicial officer, is likely to have had any impact on GZ being found innocent of the alleged crimes brought against him.

    Mr. French, it both surprised and disappointed me that neither you nor Mr. Dankof challenged any of Ms Fattah’s claims. Just what could you possibly be giving her “three cheers” for?

  28. #28 by NLG on 07/20/2013 - 9:34

    Here’s the ugly aspect no one wants to look at: how Trayvon, possibly, could have co-created with this event that ended with his life. Instead, he’s depicted as blameless sacrificial lamb on the altar of Black Rights. Yes, to profile someone is, ethically, wrong; and Zimmerman co-created with the event as well. But I think both were “inflated” and both got compensated for their inflation. Z.’s inflation: thinking he had the authority to police and accost someone. Trayvon’s inflation: thinking he had the right to pummel someone for doing so. Trayvon was shot, not because he was black, but because he chose to react instead of act; and Z. got beaten up for the same reason. No one wants to touch this fact, or most are too gripped by emotion to see this aspect. I hate to say it, but it must be said: Many African-Americans, particularly in street culture, so not all of them, feel it is their rightful appanage to assault whites as a legitimate recompense, not for what is actually done to them, but as a reaction to historical injustices. This is still wrong; it’s an emotional reaction; it’s a projection. We have to learn to withdraw our projections. I mean, this is exactly how the media is able to control us– by getting us to react emotionally, TO OUR OWN PROJECTIONS, instead of seeing reality as it really is. This is how “mind control” works. This is a war on perception! We create with reality through our perception! Our enemy knows this! This is why such massive effort is put into controlling our perception! Both Zimmerman and Martin got into this situation precisely because one did not understand how one’s own projection ensnared the other. The Zionists do this to us on a collective level! But we can’t fight them until we awaken to how we are creating our own reality! Because if we don’t knowingly see how our perception is co-creating the world, they will take advatnage and use our own perception against us!

  29. #29 by Ah Huh on 07/21/2013 - 9:34


  30. #30 by Ingrid B on 07/21/2013 - 9:34

    The Palestinian versus IOF analogy in this case is apt, Zimmerman was armed, Martin was not, and who knows what provocation led to the “pummeling” of Zimmerman? no-one.. As with Sandy Hook, everyone has an opinion, often without the background of fact, and everyone is entitled to an opinion, surely, or is that the prerogative of the pro- Zimmermans..

  31. #31 by Ingrid B on 07/21/2013 - 9:34

    Heard earlier on Press TV, vital evidence was withheld at the Zimmerman trial, which showed that Zimmerman injured himself..

  32. #32 by Heidi on 07/22/2013 - 9:34

    @ Ingrid – I tried to find the information you stated in comment #30, but funny enough, I can’t find a Press TV article or news-story making the claim that you are.
    I guess there really is a reason for Libel – people better watch out, GZ could have a hay-day..

    As for the verdict, “US woman gets 20 years for firing warning shot” —
    “State Attorney Angela Corey, who also is overseeing the prosecution of shooter George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin case, stands by the handling of Alexander’s case. Corey says she believes Alexander aimed the gun at the man and his two sons, and the bullet she fired could have ricocheted and hit any of them…
    On Aug. 1, 2010, Alexander was working for a payroll software company. She was estranged from her husband, Rico Gray, and had a restraining order against him, even though they’d had a baby together just nine days before. Thinking he was gone, she went to their former home to retrieve the rest of her clothes, family members said.

    An argument ensued, and Alexander said she feared for her life when she went out to her vehicle and retrieved the gun she legally owned. She came back inside and ended up firing a shot into the wall, which ricocheted into the ceiling.

    Gray testified that he saw Alexander point the gun at him and looked away before she fired the shot. He claims she was the aggressor, and he had begged her to put away the weapon.

    A judge threw out Alexander’s “stand your ground” self-defense claim, noting that she could have run out of the house to escape her husband but instead got the gun and went back inside. Alexander rejected a plea deal that would have resulted in a three-year prison sentence and chose to go to trial. A jury deliberated 12 minutes before convicting her.”

    I would say the two cases aren’t remotely the same.

    Here I thought the TUT and it’s follower’s weren’t so race based. But alas, it’s just reverse racism. It’s rather funny that “minorities” or “people of color” can’t see their own racism.

  33. #33 by Ingrid B on 07/22/2013 - 9:34

    @ Heidi, it was a couple of days ago, during the news bulletin, that Press TV spoke to a guy in Washington, didn`t catch his name, he said quite a lot about the issue, but the above was what I remembered..

    I wouldn`t have imagined that asking that “people of colour” not be alienated, would be construed as racism, or even reverse racism..

  34. #34 by Deadbeat on 07/24/2013 - 9:34

    Excellent program and Mark Dankof’s guest provided excellent information and prospective. It is clear that Zimmerman provoked the situation and those who are defending Zimmerman is essentially and shamefully blaming a 17 y/o for his own murder.

    The killing of this 17 y/o is a tragedy and the resulting actions by the government is a travesty. Anyone who cannot see the hypocrisy by the government and Zimmerman and the analogy to Jewish privilege and supremacy is quite blind.

  35. #35 by Deadbeat on 07/24/2013 - 9:34

    Michael Mann @ 30 states …

    Almost every comment Mr. Dankof’s guest made about the Zimmerman trial was unfounded. She claimed that Zimmerman had “ill will and contempt” toward Martin, even though there was neither hard evidence nor testimony that supported that assertion. She claimed that GZ taking his pistol with him with a live round in the chamber and following TM was evidence that GZ wanted “to make sure that the coon didn’t get out of the neighborhood,” and that GZ “should have been charged with first degree murder.”

    Mr. Mann’s quotation of Mr. Dankof’s guest is taken out of context and is made to appear as the guest is making those statements rather than quoting GZ. It was GZ who used the word “coon” to describe Travon Martin to the police. The guest makes note that this information which clearly describes GZ state of mind at the time of TM killing was suppress from the trial. That’s the point the guest is making.

    The guest argues that GZ should have been tried for 1st degree murder because of GZ’s premeditation of taking out the “coon”. I think this may be harder to prove but GZ IMO should have been on trial for manslaughter because the facts are clear that GZ provoked the situation that led to TM’s death. GZ, a 28 y/o MAN was reckless in the use of his firearm against a 17 y/o BOY.

    The guest is not making a “claim” that GZ had a live round the the chamber the FACT is that GZ took his pistol with a live round in the chamber and killed TM with it. And it is not a “claim” that GZ exhibited ill will. It is a FACT that GZ exhibited ill will due his own remarks about TM.

    The bottom line is that GZ reported his suspicious to the authorities and the authorities told him not to engage TM. GZ defied the authorities thus creating the situation that lead to him killing TM. For that GZ is at least guilty of manslaughter.

    What saved GZ was the TALMUDIC “Stand your ground” law. For any white person of Christian faith and belief to support and defend such outrageous laws and Zimmerman’s outrageous behaviors needs to take a good look at himself or herself.

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