Wednesday, March 28, 2012

George Zimmerman: Nietzschean Superman?

Family attorney Benjamin Crump said the video and lack of evidence of a struggle knocks down Zimmerman's claim of self-defense and shows officials botched their investigation.
"You're witnessing a conspiracy in the first degree," Crump said. "If they don't arrest this guy — there's a conspiracy at this point."
from Trayvon's father: Video tells different story
We have nothing with the outcast and the unfit [societal rejects]: let them die in their misery. For they feel not.  Compassion is the vice of kings: STAMP DOWN THE WRETCHED & THE WEAK: this is the law of the strong: this is our law and THE JOY OF THE WORLD....
ON THE LOW MEN TRAMPLE IN THE FIERCE LUST OF YOUR PRIDE, in the day of your wrath. Ye are against THE PEOPLE, O my chosen!
from The Book of the Law by Aleister Crowley

This guy Zimmerman is beginning to smell like a Satanist to me - appointing himself as an amateur cop, apparently in cahoots with the cops, who are notorious for "occult" connections (what better way for organized Satanism to control society than to put its agents in charge of the legalistic use of force), chasing a kid on the basis of "suspicion," killing him, and now apparently projecting his guilt onto his victim and hiding in some safe house, represented by a lawyer, instead of being charged with murder.

Same deal with the JetBlue air-terrorism (flight 191 - note the "occult" numbers): pilot "goes crazy," scares the hell out of all of the passengers (non-supermen) - but it turned out that everything was actually under control.  Now the pilot has disappeared into the custody of the FBI, which has assured us that there is no such thing as organized Satanism, when in fact it pretty much runs the world, including the FBI, although it has to do so while remaining generally unrecognized.  This isn't the first time I've gotten a whiff of SRA in JetBlue's antics.