Attention White America: (Updated 4/25/2012)
First up, this is now a second degree murder case in the state of Florida. The goal of the justice system is to provide an impartial jury for the trial process. How is the supposed to happen when we're advertising for support?
Second, I've said it time and time again. America does not understand the definition of racism. America has a bigotry problem, yet this billboard depends on the ignorance of the American people to fuel the goal of the NAACP. What is that goal? To keep this country racially divided in order to maintain a purpose for groups like the NAACP. "A Concerned American Father" my ass. It's the NAACP.
Third, what is "White America?" This billboard gives the impression that all white people think George Zimmerman is innocent and all black people think he's guilty. Hardly the case. For a person who doesn't keep up with the news, they would drive by this billboard and assume that, thus fueling the hate in this country.
Next, what if I posted a billboard that said "Attention Black America"? There would be riots in the streets until the billboard was taken down. They would demand the billboard was taken down because it wasn't politically correct. Let's get this straight. I DO NOT believe in hyphenated Americanism. Only this country has the audacity to call a black man from Australia an "African American." You're American. SIMPLE AS THAT!
This isn't a white versus black issue. It's a political issue and has been since it started gaining traction. This "kid" wasn't killed because he was black. He died as a result of profiling and the sequence of events which followed.
However, the biggest threat to black males is other black males. That's not my opinion, that's according to national crime statistics. If this was a black on black or white on white crime, the NAACP would have never opened their politically-driven mouths and this billboard wouldn't be up.
First, I have a picture of my sign in front of the billboard with a request for JonJon to issue an apology.
The last picture I have is a combination of the picture I posted yesterday, the "sister picture" that people claim is not the same photo, and another photo I took this afternoon. The different colored arrows show features that are in the same photo. You can see there's a relationship between all three.
Finally, video proof that the pictures are the same by debunking the "tree" theory because of the illusion the POV gives you when zoomed in.