By Kirsten West Savali, theRoot.com

In a new video released by his law firm, Trayvon Martin’s killer says he feels no survivor’s remorse because it was God’s plan for the teenager to die.

If the moral arc of the universe really did bend toward justice, I would be reporting on George Zimmerman’s incarceration for one of the numerous crimes he’s committed since he gunned down unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin on that rainy night in Sanford, Fla.

Trayvon Martin

Trayvon Martin, the 17 year old boy who was shot and killed by George Zimmerman in Florida in 2012. Martin’s killing began the recent national outcry against the murders of unarmed black men and boys by white authorities and pseudo-authorities like Zimmerman, who was a acting as a self-appointed neighborhood watchman.

Instead he’s in the news for a disturbing interview in which he once again exposes his delusion and depravity. Zimmerman claims that he was afraid to “speak his mind” during his 2012 interview with Sean Hannity because he feared retaliation from President Barack Hussein Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder and, apparently, the entire federal government. Now, though, he wants the world to know about the many injustices he faced after profiling, following and killing Trayvon…

“To me that was clearly a dereliction of duty pitting Americans against each other solely based on race,” Zimmerman says in the video. “… I’m also my parent’s child and my life matters as well. And for him to make incendiary comments as he did and direct the Department of Justice to pursue a baseless prosecution, he, by far, overstretched, overreached, even broke the law in certain aspects to where you have an innocent American being prosecuted by the federal government, which should never happen.”

Not surprisingly, he also reiterates his claim that God’s plan was for Trayvon Martin to die so that he could live: “As a Christian I believe that God does everything for a purpose, and he had his plans and for me to second-guess them would be hypocritical and almost blasphemous.”

This is the language of structural racism: This idea that God protects and privileges whiteness in the face of seething, unbridled black rage and innate criminality; this ugly, cruel belief that our freedom to navigate society is a grudging favor that can be taken away with one bullet of a bigot’s gun. The entrenched notion that once God protects the life of the white killer, the black families left to mourn should do what Jesus did and “forgive”.

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