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Jul 16 2013

The Passion of Saint Skittles From a Former Soviet Perspective

Maybe it takes someone who has been where we are going to grasp the implications of the liberal establishment continuing to persecute George Zimmerman after he was found not guilty by a jury of his peers. David Storobin is a former New York State Senator and candidate for New York City Council. He puts the irresponsible demagogues running for or serving as mayor of NYC to shame:

In 1937, my great-grandfather Baruch was having dinner with his wife and 8 children in a small Belarus shtetl when he heard a door knock. The sight of him leaving the kitchen to go open the door was the last time his wife and kids saw him, as he was arrested by the NKVD for espionage. For twenty years, his wife was writing to find out his fate, the last of which begged, “Five of our sons died fighting for this country in World War II. The others aren’t asking for Baruch to be let out. We just want to know if he is alive.”

Those who might think being charged with espionage by the NKVD implies any likelihood of wrongdoing are referred to The Gulag Archipelago, which documents how victims of the Soviet system were collected almost totally randomly as part of a strategy of rule by terror.

My grandfather, a WWII hero, died never knowing what happened to his dad. We only found out in 2009 that Baruch was accused of espionage and when he refused to confess, was tortured to death. Then the dead man was somehow still convicted because that is what the Soviet politicians wanted.

This is why I’m a lawyer. And this is why I abhor the conduct of the Democratic Party politicians who are fanning the flames of race-baiting in the George Zimmerman case.

The man has been found Not Guilty. That’s the difference between the US and the Soviet Union – a jury independent of the politicians, a defendant who has real rights. No, dear liberals, nobody cares what you think. You did not hear the full extent of the evidence, only a few clips from whatever side you chose to hear it from.

No one in a position of authority cares if a cheap hoodlum came to a just end by trying to kill someone who turned out to be able to defend himself. The welfare state produces Trayvon Martins by the millions. The Passion of Saint Skittles, like every other farce staged by the government/media axis, is a power play intended to move us one step closer to the nightmare world of unrestricted government force that made life hell for Storobin’s ancestors.

Governments govern through a system of laws, yet that very system, if its integrity is maintained, protects us from the government. This is why tyrants prefer mob rule, with themselves serving as the voice of the mob.

On a tip from Sean C. Hat tip: Sheepshead Bites.

10 Responses to “The Passion of Saint Skittles From a Former Soviet Perspective”

  1. Mickey Shea says:

    Most powerful post on this subject I have read yet…

  2. JohnG911 says:

    Riots for Trayvon but no riots for Antonio.

    Blacks are rioting around the country because a 6 foot, 17 year old black guy was killed while beating up a 5 foot nothing Hispanic guy. The liberal media and race hucksters are inciting race riots which will ultimately lead to injury and death of innocent whites.

    Yet no one is protesting the murder of a 13 month old WHITE baby who was shot in his face by another 17 year old black guy. To add further insult, the liberal scum media called it a robbery so it wouldn’t appear to be a racial crime.

  3. John Knoefler says:

    While watching CNN I got the impression the race haters and baiters were barely awake and too hot to actually raise hell. This photo should clear things up.

  4. born in 76 says:

    Jogger says he was attacked in retaliation for Zimmerman verdict

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  5. John Knoefler says:

    Group of White Coaches, Parents, and Youth Football Players Attack Black Referee
    Video is included. You won’t believe what you see.

  6. Xavier says:

    Attorney General Holder, addressing NAACP, urges hard look at ‘Stand Your Ground’ laws

    This statement proves that Holder recognizes 1) the NAACP’s constituents contain a violent criminal element, and 2) you should not be allowed to defend yourself against them.

    And no, that comment isn’t racist. It’s a ‘cultural’ thing. /

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  8. Bo Jangles says:

    All it takes is a weak, gullible, and mindlessly distracted population to turn America into something a whole lot worse than the Soviet Union ever was. And we sure have that population in place.

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