This weekend was a very special celebration in the Western world. Several thousands of people were simultaneously inhaling on marijuana cigarettes in celebration of the act of getting high. During this event more American citizens exalt a material object that grows out of the dirt than they will the teachings of Jesus Christ, the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) or Siddhartha the Buddha. But what sets the last three years of Hempfest apart from all of the others is that a longstanding member of the marijuana community, Trayvon Martin, will not be amongst those who light up. He will not be among them because he is dead. There have been many discussions about Trayvon and the circumstances surrounding his death. Almost all of these discussions are dominated by two groups of people: on one hand you have those who are devastated by the death of Trayvon Martin because he's a young Black male who got killed by an upper-middle class White man. And on the other hand you have those who could never sympathize with Trayvon because of their unwavering hatred for African-Americans. I see this case from a different perspective than most Americans. You see, like George Zimmerman, I was the captain of a neighborhood watch division for some time during my younger years. I rarely carried a firearm, usually an AR-15 kept in my vehicle, which I seldom had any intentions of using. I did carry a X29 TASER which I drew (but did not fire) on a couple of occasions. I did not take my job nearly as seriously as George Zimmerman did, but I certainly was responsible for putting many young men in jail during my years as a patrolman. Here's the thing about this case. When you strip away all of the superficial elements of race, class and the law all of the controversy surrounding Trayvon Martin really boils down to one very sensitive issue. This is the subject of safety. The people who were up in arms about Trayvon weren't REALLY angry over Trayvon himself. I'm sure that many of them felt a vain sense of pity and identification with him, but he was nothing but the figurehead for what really lies in the depths of their hearts and minds. What these people are angry about, excuse me, scared of, is the very real possibility that one day in America you may not be able to wander around aimlessly as if you lived in a world where there were no threats to your safety. You see, the people who identify with Trayvon Martin identify with him because he, like them, was born to be preyed upon. This child thought that he had the "right" to walk around freely, totally oblivious to his surroundings, to do whatever he pleases. This is reflected by his colorful Twitter username, "No_Limit_*****." No limits. No boundaries. Unrestricted and aimless human movement is a hallmark of civilization, which is a cancer upon this planet. Primitive man was always on the lookout for human and non-human predators, and as such he planned his movements and even his resting hours accordingly. He did not have the luxury of going to a convenience store and buying 'Skittles' like Trayvon Martin. When primeval man wanted food he had to make his way through the forest to hunt for it and he was constantly at risk of being killed by his competitors. Americans of all social and racial backgrounds are going to need to realize that the days when you could live peaceably and carelessly are over. The gun owners of America are no longer going to tolerate this dysgenic and un-natural world where man is a domesticated facade of the animal that he really is. From now on, if you go outside, especially somewhere where you don't belong, you had better expect to get gunned down when you least expect it. This is the highest stage of human evolution, one that will separate the boys (like Trayvon Martin) from the men (like George Zimmerman). And you will not have the law to come and save your precious "dignity" after you die. Law enforcement is on their side. The Supreme Court is on their side. It is they who have all of the power in this country. There is nothing that can be done to stop the reign of the proud and triumphant Savage in the United States of America. So you can either get used to it... Stay indoors... Or leave the country immediately.