APRIL 2, 2012. Let’s start here. The racially divisive Trayvon Martin case was shoved up a false ladder by NBC News. As reported by Eric Wemple in his Washington Post blog post of 3/31/12:

Begin Washington Post blog post:

“NBC told this blog today that it would investigate its handling of a piece on the ‘Today’ show that ham-handedly abridged the conversation between George Zimmerman and a dispatcher in the moments before the death of Trayvon Martin. A statement from NBC:

‘We have launched an internal investigation into the editorial process surrounding this particular story.’

“Great news right there. As exposed by Fox News and media watchdog site NewsBusters, the ‘Today’ segment took this approach to a key part of the dispatcher call:

Zimmerman: This guy looks like he’s up to no good. He looks black.

“Here’s how the actual conversation went down:

Zimmerman: This guy looks like he’s up to no good. Or he’s on drugs or something. It’s raining and he’s just walking around, looking about.

Dispatcher: OK, and this guy — is he black, white or Hispanic?

Zimmerman: He looks black.

“The difference between what ‘Today’ put on its air and the actual tape? Complete: In the ‘Today’ version, Zimmerman volunteered that this person ‘looks black,’ a sequence of events that would more readily paint Zimmerman as a racial profiler. In reality’s version, Zimmerman simply answered a question about the race of the person whom he was reporting to the police. Nothing prejudicial at all in responding to such an inquiry.

“In an appearance on Fox News’s ‘Hannity,’ Brent Bozell, president of the conservative Media Research Center, called this elision on the part of ‘Today’ an ‘all-out falsehood’ — not just a distortion or misrepresentation.

“And it’s a falsehood with repercussions. Much of the public discussion over the past week has settled on how conflicting facts and interpretations call into question whether Zimmerman acted justifiably or criminally. That’s a process that’ll continue. But one set of facts in the [sic] is ironclad, and that’s the back-and-forth between Zimmerman and the dispatcher. To portray that exchange in a way that wrongs Zimmerman is high editorial malpractice well worthy of the investigation that NBC is now mounting.”

End of Washington Post blog.

My comments:

Assuming the Washington Post has its story straight, what NBC did wasn’t a mistake. It was intentional, and it was done to inflame the narrative about George Zimmerman. It wasn’t just some sort of “rush to judgment,” it was a false-flag operation designed to provoke mass reaction and create more racial tension.

Who at NBC was responsible? How is the network going to spin its “internal investigation?” Who, if anyone, is going to be hung out to dry? How many people at NBC were in on this operation?

Now here is where the story goes deeper. First, Obama inserted himself into the narrative in a very personal way, when he told the world if he had a son, he would look like Travyon Martin. This wasn’t playing DOWN the tension, it was playing it UP.

It was the president’s signal to his supporters to move ahead with the narrative—in an election year. It then became a cost-versus-risk proposition ABOUT the election. As in: can we make this situation do us more good than harm?

And clearly, the decision was: more good.

As Trayvon protests gather strength all over the country, the outlines of a campaign become clearer. The intentional escalation of this black-versus-white tension will play directly into the notion of an implied threat: don’t dare elect Romney. Don’t do that. Don’t put this stereotypical white man in the White House.

And NBC just handed Obama a favor with its corrupt editing of the 911 call, with its RACIALLY INFLAMING editing of that call.

And why shouldn’t NBC do a favor for the president? After all, NBC is a joint venture between Comcast and GE. GE was one of Obama’s big supporters in the 2008 election campaign. As we speak, Obama and his minions are still trying to push a high-speed-rail bill through Congress that will benefit GE to the tune of billions of dollars, because a division of GE is the leading manufacturer of diesel-electric locomotives. GE and Obama are in an embrace. Obama appointed the former GE CEO, Jeff Immelt, to head up the Council on Jobs and Competitiveness. Obama bailed out GE to the tune of $16 billion, during the financial meltdown.

These are not small matters. Get a favor, do a favor, especially when billions are on the table.

And now that the racially divisive Trayvon Martin promotion is on the move, there are other ripples. Commentators have been mentioning that the Supreme Court Justices, in their deliberations on Obamacare, might be thinking about the social consequences of a No vote. Would there be riots in the streets? These pundits weren’t even referring to the Trayvon Martin escalations. Add THAT into the volatile mix, and who knows what Justice might change his mind from No to Yes, “to preserve order?”

It was clearly within the White House’s power, a week ago, to try to minimize the rhetoric about the Martin case. They could have leaned on Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson and told them back off. They could have taken legal action against the New Black Panther Party, after its Wanted poster for Zimmerman was issued. But Eric Holder, the Attorney General, had already given the Panthers a green light after he apparently looked the other way when members of the Party staged a voter-intimidation moment during the 2008 election-vote. And Obama himself, of course, could have spoken vastly different words about Martin’s death. But none of that happened. Instead, it was full speed ahead.

Finally, when you add up the differences and similarities between Obama and Romney, it’s clear that on the vital issues—like Globalism and a continuing mega-corporate-government world juggernaut, both men are in the same camp. Both men are, as Clinton was, as both Bushes were, on the same basic Team.

Therefore, what difference does it make who wins the next presidential election?

And if that is true, the present promotion of racial strife is a box within a larger box. In one sense, it is being worked to help Obama win. But in the bigger context, it is divide and conquer along racial lines because, to make Globalism succeed, every possible means has to be employed to weaken, divert, demoralize, polarize, and destabilize the one holdout against Globalism: the American people.

Major ops have more than level. They are played to produce advantages for more than one reason.

And so it is with the Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman case.

Jon Rappoport

The author of two explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED and EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at

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