Rally In Akron, Ohio (Mississppi) For Trayvon Martin
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This was one man's (5723Michael) take on a NAACP rally in Akron, Ohio. He says Mississippi as one of his many ways he makes his point. There is an Akron, Mississippi though, whether you call it a community or a municipality, it does exist for those that claim otherwise. It would be hilarious if it wasn't so true! Why can't people stand to see the truth for what it is? Is it some sort of guilt or cross they think they need to bare that makes them oblivious to injustices such as the one that took place in the OJ Simpson Trial, but yet they can march hand in hand while there is serious doubt as to motive or guilt? How can you not be up in arms over the atrocities taking place in the inner cities of America today where black men are killing black men in outrageous numbers and yet take one incident involving a HISPANIC man claiming self defense, turn him into a WHITE man and try to pass the story off as a White man gunning down a defenseless Black Child over and over on just about every 24 hour news station and news outlet for almost 2 years and go march in the streets yelling 'NO JUSTICE...NO PEACE'? That's so hypocritical! While this video is still pretty funny, I'm not sure I'd use some of the words this man used, but based on the color of his skin and probably his life experiences along the way, he's more than paid for that seat. When it's all said and done...you have to ask yourself...what's his motive? It has to be to bring awareness to a double standard that has kept most of a race of people fighting to get out of poverty and the living conditions they obviously live in as a result of basic economics. Go Michael and Go Steelers!One more thing...check out the link...7/14/13Justice for Darrylhttp://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/07/14/17-year-old-Darryl-GreenMakes his point spot onI Do Not Own This Video!"Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."