Wimps and Warriors: Justice for Travon Martin?
One crossly licks his wounds. The other counts them at the end of the day as reward for his trials. The wimp is a coward, and will only attack when the time is optimal. The warrior will attack only if in defense of his nation, family, faith, or honor. Notice, there are a lot of wimps nowadays. I cannot read or watch the news without hearing more about the story of the tragedy of Travon Martin, who was shot and killed because he was walking the streets late at night with a hoody on, by a man who was patrolling the neighborhood.
The story is a sad one, and my prayers are with Travon’s family. But what happened after the incident? First, it took weeks to become a story, because the wimps in Washington D.C. were trying to convince the American people that women are victims of religious men who wanted to control their bodies and their lives through not allowing them contraception. Travon’s story couldn’t be told yet, because this agenda wasn’t quite finished. Wimps always use political expediency to further their agenda, so Travon was inconvenient for the Obama administration until the dust settled on the contraception debate.
Other wimps have been involved in this story since. A large organization of them, the New Black Panthers (who had dinner with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad) are the biggest wimps of them all. They placed a bounty on the head of the man who killed this young boy, and were quoted as saying, “eye for an eye”. Spike Lee and his gangs, thinking they had the house of the killer, harassed an elderly couple so severely they had to leave their home and sleep in a hotel. But later, Spike Lee and his coward thugs realized they terrorized the wrong house. We are still waiting for their apologies…
In North Miami Beach, dozens of minority high school students ransacked a Walgreens store, stealing and damaging items, in protest. How is this protest? Did the shooter of Travon buy mints at Walgreens beforehand? These high school kids don’t care about Travon. Neither do the racist New Black Panther Party, or the self-appointed black leaders Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson. These are activist, advantageous, radicals, who see events such as the killing of Travon as an opportunity to fight against those they believe have done them some form of wrong.
The hearts of these cowards beet rapidly in their breast as they jump from their seats in excitement that there is a death or an even that they can politicize for their hate-filled cause.
These are cowards. They need the mass media to help them. They need young ignorant kids to help them. They need blow-horns and whistles to be heard, and large hateful signs to be seen.
And what of the warriors? Let us go back to the Obama administration (and the media’s) war against the Catholic Church on contraception. A couple hundred Bishops stood, and are still standing, against millions of people who would “change” their deeply held religious beliefs on the sacredness of life. They stand for the millions of Catholics and other Christians in this country, and the 2 billion Catholics and Protestants around the world.
Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Alveda King, and other peaceful black protestors, who showed – and are still showing – the world’s injustices; these are warriors. Those who can gather into masses of more than a hundred thousand and march for life at the Capital, who pray for their persecutors, are warriors. These people take hits time and again, but see every hit as an opportunity to show love. In the end, this is what separates true warriors from true wimps; one fights for love, the other struggles against it.
I personally believe, to quote the little girl in “Hook” with Robin Williams, all these hate-filled people “need a mommy”. I believe love was suppressed in their lives in some form or another, so they cannot properly understand, show, or receive love. This has weakened them greatly, scarred them, and they see anyone not like them as their enemy. Unfortunately, these radicals share the same unloving air with murderers, because they murder us, their so-called enemy, in their hearts.
I will keep praying for Travon, his family, and for God to calm the hate and other feelings that may be involved in communities. There are so many unjust killings daily, but our society wants to focus on this one (though every person killed should be remembered), not to bring Americans together, but to drive us apart.