I have broken down what we are to understand from the protests against the Zimmerman justice event.
Rule #1) Don't care about what's going on in your neighborhood.
Rule #2) Don't carry a gun if you're concerned about what's going on in your neighborhood.
Rule #3) Don't defend yourself against any kind of violence until you have all demographic and family history information from your attacker.
Rule #4) Don't do ANYTHING against anyone black - EVER - even if it's in self-defense.
Go ahead. Argue against those rules. Every point that's been brought up in these "protests" are demanding one or more of those Rules. And you know what? No.
We should all care about what goes on our neighborhoods. If your neighborhood has had repeated attacks on its safety and property and you are not advocating surveilling someone that strikes you as suspicious, you're a fool, and you don't belong in a safe neighborhood because you have become a frightened liability to your safety and the safety of your loved ones.
You should carry a gun no matter what you're doing or where you are, especially when you're putting yourself between your neighbors and a suspicious character. Yes, even if your suspicions are incorrect. It is no one's responsibility to tell you when and where you can carry. It's not the government's responsibility to tell you when and where you can carry; that's been established since 1791.
You should defend yourself and your loved ones against violence of any and every kind if you can at all help it. To ask you to do otherwise is asking you to give up your natural rights; you're being asked me to choose to be a victim to sick predators; the asker, therefore are an advocate for the sick predators, and to them, you should have to say...well...nothing nice.
When attacked, the predator's skin color means exactly nothing. NOTHING. Any creature in the world with the ability to fight back will fight back (and should fight back) when it feels its life is threatened no matter the appearance, form, beliefs, color, Zodiac sign or scent of breath of the attacker. It is simply a force to be neutralized.
My rule: if you don't want to get hit, don't hit. Likewise, if you don't want to get killed, don't make someone fear for their life.
So, all the calls for "justice" irrespective of our JUSTICE system's decision is, on its face, absurd. "No justice, no peace." Justice has been served. If there is another kind of "justice" you want, it obviously has the same taint as your "peace" does, and everyone should reject your interpretation of both.