Individuals rush to concur with the main thing they hear on the news or Internet without conceivably thinking there is another side to the story (that would clarify why most youthful Americans vote Democrat). In any case, when basically taking a gander at the Zimmerman trial from another point and assembling all the real proof, obviously the vast majority would emulate Zimmerman’s example, paying little mind to Martin’s race or their own. The man acted in self-preservation.
Is it so wrong to shield yourself from a deadly beating? Does the media and President Obama, who was extremely thoughtful with the Trayvon camp, not put stock in going to bat for yourself? Sadly, George Zimmerman didn’t have the advantage of being dark to give up all potential negative translations of his activities. He was a Hispanic man reviled with light skin and a white last name that needed to confront undeserved examination from the entire nation, including the President of the United States.
These two media depictions of individuals, gatherings, and occasions demonstrate the immense partition in this nation. One side is on the left-half of the political range, puts everything without exception up for understanding, puts stock in acting unpredictable and conflicting with the grain. This is the triumphant side.
The opposite side is on the privilege of the political range, has confidence in moral obligation, and puts stock in like manner sense, objective, and consistent answers for regular issues. This is the losing side in America. In any case, both sides are losing to a considerably more noteworthy power; an administration which does not act in light of a legitimate concern for the general population.