Censorship to Hide Crimes Against Humanity in USA


Monday, July 11, 2016

Exposed: Inciting Race War in America

Exposed: Inciting Race War in America: I DON'T BELIEVE a black former Los Angeles police officer named Christopher Dorner killed police officers in California and then burned up in a house fire that left only his (fireproof?) I.D., and I don't believe a black military man named Micah Xavier Johnson shot police officers in Texas and was then destroyed by a bomb. If these are false flag operations, they target blacks in the United States unjustly for hatred and retaliation, and I ask that this dramatization immediately end. See "The NDAA Legalizes The Use of Propaganda on the US Public," a Business Insider article dated May 2012 ...  See the entire article at FreeSpeakBlog by using the link. This article has different information on the same subject: using false flags to overturn democracy and possibly do ethnic cleansing in the USA.
What is most disturbing about dramatizations that portray blacks as being ENRAGED BEASTS WHO WANT TO "KILL WHITEY" is that like NDAA has provisions for allowing propaganda, staging dramatizations, treating Americans like enemy combatants, taking over our computers, phones and Internet communications, it also has provisions for CONCENTRATION CAMPS for U.S. citizens. 

See George Bush dance at the memorial for slain Dallas police officers.
"Another successful false flag! Glory, glory, hallelujah!"
"Inciting Race War in America"
"The NDAA Legalizes the Use of Propaganda on the U.S. Public" 

"Obama Administration and U.N. Announce Global Police Force to Fight 'Extremism' in America"
President's Executive Order Allowing U.S. Military to Fight U.S. Citizens on American Soil - July 1, 2016 - https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/07/01/executive-order-united-states-policy-pre-and-post-strike-measures (Note the word "PRE-STRIKE"? That means it could come at any time.)

Black people, below is a list to study with your families naming offenses that will lead to your extrajudicial assassinations by ‪#‎police‬ in the USA. Also, please note that the prez signed an EO on July 1 to use the military on U.S. "citizens." This indicates that ‪#‎blacklivesmatter‬ as a negative consequence of slavery to some people who may be planning our annihilation.

Please note that Jamaica has issued a travel advisory for the United States warning its citizens that their lives would be at risk here. This is news from OutaJamaica.com: "If Black People Leave Willingly, We Won't Have to Kill Them, Says KKK." A Klan member spoke to +NBC News about President Obama planning to intern whites in concentration camps. The atmosphere of #terror that ensued in America after #NDAA became law threatens our homeland security. See the NBC reporter interview Klan members on a video:

While many whites think the NDAA #camps were established to warehouse Caucasians, this writer believes they are intended to be multi-racial and were established primarily for blacks and Christians but also for everybody who has physical or mental disabilities and for dissidents who have a philosophy of liberty. The dominant race has never been encamped in any country. America already has 2.3 million people incarcerated, and they are mostly blacks, Latinos, mentally ill people of all races, and poor whites, including actually innocent people as well as the guilty.

by MaryLovesJustice, (678)531-0262, MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Goldwater, Byrd, Sanger and Hillary

Elections are not popularity contests. Nevertheless, some people are approaching the 2016 presidential election like they are voting for an "American Idol" contestant. Hillary Clinton has alluded several times to comments which she perceived as Bernie Sanders' criticism of the Obama administration, as though such assessments should be considered blasphemous by African American voters. Obama is not on the ballot for 2016, and nobody should elect the next president out of some mistaken loyalty to him. The candidates for the Democratic Party are Clinton and Sanders.

Campaign flyers in my area claim that Clinton would "continue President Obama's legacy." That is desirable to some people and distasteful to others. Let us critique the records of some other people Clinton holds in high regard.

Clinton is a former Goldwater girl who praised Sen. Robert Byrd, a former KKK member, and called him her dear friend and mentor when he died in 2010. She also expressed high regards for Margaret Sanger, a Nazi eugenicist who propounded forced sterilization of Blacks and poor whites as population control, whose advocacy against such "undesirables" led to over 60,000 forced sterilizations in America.

1. Senator Byrd filibustered and voted against the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Byrd was the only senator to vote against the appointing of both Thurgood Marshall and Clarence Thomas to the United States Supreme Court, the only two African-American nominees. Byrd also opposed the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

In the early 1940s, Byrd recruited 150 of his friends and associates to create a new chapter of the Ku Klux Klan in Sophia, West Virginia.

According to Byrd, a Klan official told him, "You have a talent for leadership, Bob ... The country needs young men like you in the leadership of the nation." Byrd later recalled, "Suddenly lights flashed in my mind! Someone important had recognized my abilities! I was only 23 or 24 years old, and the thought of a political career had never really hit me. But strike me that night, it did." Byrd became a recruiter and leader of his chapter. When it came time to elect the top officer (Exalted Cyclops) in the local Klan unit, Byrd won unanimously.
Byrd wrote to segregationist Mississippi Senator Theodore G. Bilbo:
I shall never fight in the armed forces with a negro by my side ... Rather I should die a thousand times, and see Old Glory trampled in the dirt never to rise again, than to see this beloved land of ours become degraded by race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds.
— Robert C. Byrd, in a letter to Sen. Theodore Bilbo (D-MS)
In later years, when it became obvious that Byrd's racist ideology was not championed by the majority of Americans, Byrd said, " I think we talk about race too much."

2. Senator Barry Goldwater: In her autobiography "Living History," Clinton described her father as a "rock-ribbed, up-by-your-bootstraps, conservative Republican and proud of it." She noted that she had been a Young Republican and a supporter of Arizona senator Barry Goldwater, who famously voted against the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in the Senate.

3. Margaret Sanger shaped the eugenics movement in America and beyond in the 1930s and 1940s. Her views and those of her peers in the movement contributed to compulsory sterilization laws in 30 U.S. states that resulted in more than 60,000 sterilizations of vulnerable people, including people she considered “feeble-minded,” “idiots” and “morons.” The majority of sterilized persons were Blacks. (This information is from a Grossu article about Sanger called "Margaret Sanger, racist eugenicist extraordinaire" and subtitled "The founder of Planned Parenthood would have considered many Americans unworthy of life.")

When the Planned Parenthood Federation of America gave the Margaret Sanger Award to Hillary Clinton in 2009, Clinton said:

“It was a great privilege when I was told that I would receive this award. I admire Margaret Sanger enormously. Her courage, her tenacity, her vision [a world with fewer blacks being born] … When I think about what she did all those years ago in Brooklyn, taking on archetypes, taking on attitudes and accusations flowing from all directions, I’m really in awe of her. There are a lot of lessons we can learn from her life, from the causes she launched and fought for and scarified for so greatly.”

More about Sanger and her agenda to reduce the population growth of Blacks in America is in a documentary called "Maafa21," a film about Black genocide. See it at https://youtu.be/HshhtiNm2Kc on YouTube.

It would behoove African Americans to pay attention to the people Hillary Clinton admired from her earliest childhood to this present day rather than to her critiques of Sanders' comments about some of President Obama's policies, which Sanders apparently considers too moderate. Many people agree, including African Americans. But President Obama's record, regardless of what one thinks about it, is not the determining factor of the 2016 presidential election. The candidates' own records and their platforms are. Therefore, please familiarize yourselves with the candidates' stance regarding issues that matter to us, and refuse to be distracted by irrelevant rhetoric about who does or does not think President Obama was/is an exemplary president in every area. 

Sanders' platform is exactly what I have been writing about for a decade. Some impressive points are: 
~ Sanders is against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP). TPP is expected to negatively impact U.S. workers and limit our use of Internet services.
~ Sanders is against racism and always has been. He was arrested as a 21-year-old college student at Chicago Univ. for demonstrating with Blacks for better educational opportunities.
~ Sanders is against privatizing prisons and jails. He and others in Congress introduced H.R.3543 in September 2015, the "Justice Is Not for Sale Act." If it passes, our local, state, and federal government will be barred from contracting with private prison companies, and predatory pricing on prisoners' phone calls, etc., will end.
~ Sanders would raise the minimum wage; he supports labor unions and workers' rights.
~ Sanders would give free tuition for qualified students and lower the interest on student loans.
~ Sanders is for universal healthcare.
~ Sanders voted AGAINST the Iraqi War.
~ Sanders is against capital punishment.
~ Sanders is against NAFTA, which cost Americans hundreds of thousands of jobs.
~ Sanders voted against the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) in October 2015, with its provision for incarcerating Americans in concentration camps without criminal charges or any opportunity for defense.

Mary Neal, marylovesjustice@gmail.com, phone (678)531.0262

Sunday, February 14, 2016

Remembering Justice Scalia

"Black people don't belong in academically challenging schools," is how some people construed Justice Scalia's statement regarding affirmative action. We are going to miss that man! May the Lord have mercy on his soul and console his family and close friends.

In his own way, Justice Scalia was something of a truth-teller. It was Scalia who revealed how little innocence matters in this very criminal justice system. In dissenting from the Supreme Court's decision in 2009 to allow Troy Davis another hearing, Scalia said, "This Court has never held that the Constitution forbids the execution of a convicted defendant who has had a full and fair trial but is later able to convince a habeas court that he is ‘actually’ innocent. Quite to the contrary, we have repeatedly left that question unresolved, while expressing considerable doubt that any claim based on alleged ‘actual innocence’ is constitutionally cognizable."

Scalia’s fellow justices noted that his position allows no legal avenue for even an obviously innocent person to have his or her case heard, including condemned people facing imminent execution. Frankly, the United States has thousands of "obviously innocent" people behind bars and more being incarcerated continually. Wrongful convictions are common, primarily among mentally ill citizens, people of color, and poor whites. Excerpt from "Judge Anderson vs. Michael Morton: Wrongful Conviction": America wrongfully convicts from 5k to 10k people per year, mostly people who are black or poor. The USA keeps these inmates throughout their childbearing years to use them as slaves and for eugenics (to prevent population growth among "undesirable" populations of people, such as blacks). Around the age when people would normally retire, the injustice system may finally admit its mistake and release a few each year (mostly senior citizens). That way the public is convinced the system really cares about innocence, although it does not. The game is eugenics and slavery while promoting the illusion of inclusion.

Truth-teller Scalia honestly affirmed that internment of American citizens on our own soil by the government would likely happen again as it did to the Japanese during WWII. Scalia was responding to a question about the court's 1944 decision in "Kore­ma­tsu v. United States," which upheld the convictions of Gordon Hira­ba­ya­shi and Fred Kore­ma­tsu for violating an order to report to an internment camp. "Well, of course, Kore­ma­tsu was wrong. And I think we have repudiated in a later case. But you are kidding yourself if you think the same thing will not happen again," Scalia told University of Hawaii law students and faculty during a lunchtime question-and-answer session in 2014. "In times of war, the laws fall silent." Lawlessness is attractive to elite white supremacists.

Justice Scalia was such a colorful conservative. He inspired satires about threats to resign should gay people win the right to marry. He was also quite prolific. Scalia reportedly wrote more concurring opinions than any other justice, and only two justices have written more dissents. Scalia described himself as an originalist, meaning that he interpreted the Constitution of the United States as it would have been understood when it was adopted. According to Scalia in 2008, "It's what did the words mean to the people who ratified the Bill of Rights or who ratified the Constitution." One thing is clear: The forefathers certainly did NOT mean liberty and justice for ALL - Africans and Native Americans were absolutely excluded from the rights declared in those documents in minds of the men who framed them; so one might presume that Scalia, as an originalist, concurred.

Justice Scalia's truth-telling was his most special quality (I am not saying that "his" truth was always "the" truth, you understand). It is important to know how one's opponents think. Justice Scalia exposed the conservative mindset more honestly than most political figures, and he did it so efficiently. I have spent at least a decade online attempting to inform Americans and the world about this nation's decline into Nazism, which became evident when I realized the government's discrimination against mentally ill people. They are generally treated as being exempt from the "right to life" principle regardless of their race and socioeconomic status. That is also where Germany began its campaign to rid that country of undesirables in the 1930's. The Jewish Virtual Library relays that roughly 300,000 persons labeled as being mentally ill (ages 2 to elderly) were exterminated before targeting Jews, Blacks, homosexuals, and dissidents. I may have written a million words on the subject, but Justice Scalia summed up the problem in 2013 using just one sentence: "The Constitution is dead, dead, dead!" That truth-telling from a U.S. Supreme Court justice affirmed my decade of articles, emails and radio broadcasts in just six words.

Long ago, I would listen to Rush Limbaugh to learn what conservatives were thinking until I found Justice Scalia. For that, we will miss him. I can think of no reason at all why we will miss Clarence Thomas, but some corporations might. Maybe without Justice Scalia to partner with, Thomas will go ahead and retire and give us the chance to learn what life can be like without the dynamic conservative duo on the U.S. Supreme Court.

Justice Antonin Scalia was a man who had humor, wit, and uncommon honesty. It should now fall to President Obama to choose his successor, but that may not happen. It would be unusual for the Supreme Court to have a vacancy for a lengthy period of time, but political commentators anticipate the Republican-led Congress will refuse to confirm a new justice until after the election. Once Obama leaves office, Scalia's replacement would be decided by a president who is a fellow conservative, unless, of course, Senator Bernie Sanders wins. #feelthebern

Mary Neal
Writer of Wrongful Death of Larry Neal.com
Director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill
and Davis-MacPhail Truth Committee
Author of "The Cochran Firm Fraud"
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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Reprieve: Free Andy Tsege > Free All Political Prisoners

Re-published from "Human Rights for Prisoners March" blog at http://HumanRightsforPrisonersMarch.blogspot.com

Human rights advocacy is under attack, and so are activists. We are censored, persecuted, and sometimes prosecuted on false criminal charges as punishment for speaking truth to power and standing with the people against tyranny. Arresting advocates like Ethiopia did to Andy Tsege serves two purposes: It rids oppressors of the activists' voices, and it also warns others not to follow the activists' obedience to Proverbs 31:8-9: "Stand against oppression of the poor and needy. Judge righteously. Speak on behalf of everyone who is appointed to destruction."

The wrongful conviction and incarceration of Rev. Edward Pinkney, of Benton Harbor, Michigan is an example of oppression to silence dissent. Pinkney is founder and director of the B.H. BANCO organization, and he hosted the "Pinkney to Pinkney" Blogtalkradio show on Sunday evenings. His principal fight is against what he called the corporate takeover of Michigan, beginning in Benton Harbor. Pinkney accused Michigan's governor and local government officials of being grossly unfair to Michigan residents in giving corporations large tax breaks at the expense of public services to the People. Pinkney also complained about officials giving away and selling public lands, then undermining the electoral process by setting city managers over the areas that had been impoverished by those same tax breaks that benefited wealthy corporations.

Rev. Edward Pinkney may be the first American to be ordered off the Internet by a court of law. That never happened to criminals using the Internet to extort people or to pedophiles who use the Internet to attract helpless children, but it happened to Pinkney. He used the Internet to decry Michigan's marriage of corporations and government, which left the citizenry in the position of used and abused stepchildren. Privatizing the water supply and lead poisoning of Flint's residents are examples of the government's disregard for human rights, which Pinkney opposes. Pinkney was charged with election fraud in connection with a recall petition he sponsored to remove Benton Harbor's mayor. He was tried and convicted without proof of wrongdoing by an all-white jury comprised of people who live in the 90% Caucasian community across the river from Benton Harbor. Pinkney was sentenced to serve up to 10 years in prison for a crime that never happened, but he is no long on radio each Sunday calling Governor Snyder a dictator.

Pinkney's radio broadcasts had an open forum, and he gave voiceless people throughout America an opportunity to speak. His was one of the first radio shows that welcomed this writer, Mary Neal, who exposes the secret arrest (kidnapping) and euthanasia of Larry Neal and The Cochran Firm fraud. My brother Larry was murdered in Memphis Shelby County Jail after 18 days of secret incarceration. Few media companies will air news about the government abduction and murder of the black, mentally ill heart patient even now, 12 years later. Larry's murder is denied open disclosure, an inquest, investigation or explanation, and it remains unrequited. The cover-up around Larry's murder exists because Memphis Shelby County Jail was operating under an Agreement with the USA, and the United States Department of Justice (USDOJ) was in charge of the jail's operations at the time of the disabled American's demise. The USDOJ is complicit in the cover-up.

Whereas this writer was never brought up on false charges, I experience surveillance, financial persecution, and terrorism to discourage my justice quest regarding the secret arrest and wrongful death of Larry Neal and my advocacy for other mentally disabled Americans through an organization I founded and direct -- Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill ("AIMI"). I also experience censorship of articles, social media posts, and radio broadcasts on "Human Rights Demand" channel at Blogtalkradio. Censorship also happens frequently at a radio channel I host under National Network in Action (NNIA1). Examples are available online in "Justice Gagged" blog at Blogger (a link to the blog is below). Rev. Floyd Harris, Jr. directs NNIA and is assistant minister at New Light for New Life Church of God in Fresno, California. Harris recently faced criminal charges related to his peaceful participation in a "Black Lives Matter" march in Fresno. He went to court on January 6, 2016, and may now be on probation for his "offense."

Unfortunately, there are numerous political activists in U.S. prisons, including some who have been incarcerated ever since the 1960's. Most are people of color, as the USA strives to "maintain the status quo" (elite white supremacy). Numerous political prisoners were members of the Black Panther Party (BPP), including Mumia, who activists assert suffers medical neglect in prison. Political prisoner Leonard Peltier was a member of the American Indian Movement (AIM). Activist attorney Lynne Stewart became a political prisoner while providing legal defense for the Blind Sheikh of Egypt, Abdel-Rahman. Stewart was finally granted a compassionate release from prison, but the Blind Sheikh is serving a life sentence. He called for the ousting of Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's president (Mubarak was reportedly a Western-backed dictator who was later ousted by Egyptians). Abdel-Rahman and nine others were convicted of seditious conspiracy, which requires only that a crime be planned, not that any crime was necessarily attempted (Wikipedia).

More U.S. political prisoners are listed by the Jericho Project (link is below) and discussed during Ralph Poynter's weekly radio shows on Tuesday nights at 9pmEST at "Human Rights Demand" channel on Blogtalkradio -- "Ralph Poynter What's Happening." Political prisoners are often tortured, whether in the USA or other countries. Former BPP member Albert Woodfox is an example. For 43 years, Woodfox has been held in solitary confinement, mostly in the Louisiana State Penitentiary. On June 8, 2015, US District Court Judge James Brady ruled that the Angola 3's Albert Woodfox be both immediately released and barred from a retrial, yet he remains imprisoned today. Prolonged solitary confinement was determined to be torture by the United Nations, of which America is a prominent member.

Reprieve's letter regarding Ethiopia's political prisoner Andy Tsege is below, followed by twelve(12) links to websites and articles related to U.S. political prisoners and persecuted human rights activists discussed herein:

Dear Mary,

Andy Tsege was abducted 600 days ago this week and taken to an Ethiopian secret prison as punishment for his political activism. Today he will spend his 61st birthday in a cell under sentence of death – the second birthday he has spent locked away from his partner and three children.

Andy is a British citizen, but the British government is refusing to act – despite both the United Nations and the European Parliament calling for his release. But thousands of us have taken action to make sure they can’t continue to quietly stand by while the Ethiopian authorities hold a British citizen in illegal detention under sentence of death.

Today Andy’s partner and three children will deliver our petition to 10 Downing Street - signed by nearly 130,000 of us - calling on Prime Minister David Cameron to intervene to secure Andy’s release.

Andy’s situation is now more desperate that ever – and a demand for his release cannot come a moment too soon. He was moved from a secret location to a notorious prison where torture is commonplace. He has no information about the charges against him. He only knows that he has been sentenced to death and could be executed at any time. As a result, his mental health has deteriorated rapidly. The experts have said that there is now an ‘urgent need’ to remove him from his current conditions.

Andy is a prominent political activist who spoke out against Ethiopia’s human rights record and was sentenced to death by the regime. He was standing up for vales that are important to us all – human rights, democracy and justice.

Nearly 130,000 of us, along with the UN and the EU, have demanded Andy’s immediate release – now it’s time that the British government stands up for one of its own citizens by doing the same.

Thank you for all you do,
Clive Stafford Smith
Founder & Director of Reprieve

TWELVE(12) reference websites and articles regarding U.S. political prisoners and persecuted activists:

1.  Why Mumia Must Live, and US imperialism Must Die: The Link Between Political Prisoners and the War on Terror

2.  "Ralph Poynter What's Happening" airs on "Human Rights Demand" channel (with Lynne Stewart, Prof. Betty Davis, Larry Pinkney, Mary Neal, and others)

3.  Journalists Respond to Rev. Pinkney's Sentencing

4.  Free Leonard Peltier website

5.  Wrongful Death of Larry Neal

6.  Justice Gagged

7.  Jericho Project website

8.  Justice for Lynne Stewart website
(regards efforts to free current political prisoners)

9.  Fresno Police Chief Says Civil Rights Activist Is "Brainwashing" Youth (Rev. Floyd Harris, Jr.)


11. Albert Woodfox News from the Angola 3

12.  Healing Our Wounds: Restorative Justice Is Needed For Albert Woodfox, The Black Panther Party and The Nation --An Interview With Law Professor Angela A. Allen-Bell

Demand the immediate release of all political prisoners!

"Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will." ~Frederick Douglass

~ Rev. Floyd Harris leads a demonstration ~

Thanks for participating in the "Human Rights for Prisoners March" across the Internet to demand respect for all people. All lives matter.
"Human Rights for Prisoners March" blog
Human Rights Demand and NNIA1 Blogtalkradio channels
Mary Neal, a/k/a MaryLovesJustice, director 
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Human rights advocacy is under attack, and so are activists. We are censored, persecuted, and sometimes prosecuted on false criminal charges as punishment for speaking truth to power and standing with the people against tyranny. Arresting advocates like Ethiopia did to Andy Tsege serves two purposes: It rids oppressors of the activists' voices, and it also warns others not to follow the activists' obedience to Proverbs 31:8-9: "Stand against oppression of the poor and needy. Judge righteously. Speak on behalf of everyone who is appointed to destruction."

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Getting Away With Murder through Censorship

INVITATION: Discuss Book-Banning to Hide Oppression: Friday, January 8, 2016, 9pmEST, please join George Mallinckrodt and Mary Neal in discussions about the Florida Department of Corrections' ban on Mallinckrodt's book, "Getting Away with Murder." The book regards the scalding torture and murder of Darren Rainey, a mentally ill, black, middle age inmate who was brutally scalded to death by guards in Dade Correctional Institution in 2012, whose murder is yet unrequited. Call our FreeConferenceCall number (605)562-0020, code: 992-212-650. Let us discuss violations against Americans' rights under the First Amendment and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, #government cover-ups, #prisoner torture, and the USDOJ's failures to uphold the Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act (CRIPA) of 1980. That is a U.S. federal law intended to protect the rights of people in state or local correctional facilities, nursing homes, mental health facilities and institutions for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
‪#‎Prison‬ investors fear and resent movies like the one in production now by Dr. Stephen B Seager, "Shattered Families." They feel threatened by books like "Getting Away with Murder," investigative journalism reports about gross mistreatment of mentally ill prisoners like the Miami Herald published about Darren Rainey and other disabled Americans. Oppressors hate continual reports about individuals and families being negatively impacted by the prison industrial complex and overuse of police force, like those published by MaryLovesJustice in "Human Rights for Prisoners March" blog and "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog http://DogJusticeforMentallyIll.blogspot.com . But does the fact that government officials hate our books, news reports, and radio broadcasts give them the right to issue bans that deprive Americans of information that is intended to motivate this country be true to its laws, creeds, and ideals?
CRIPA is great legislation, but the duty to protect the rights of institutionalized people in the USA is ignored by local and federal officials as prisoners are continually abused and killed in custody. Other examples of wrongful deaths in custody include my brother Larry Neal, Daniel Linsinbigler, Freddie Gray, Sandra Bland, Sgt. James Brown, Eileen DiNino, Circle Bear, and many others - people who were blacks, whites, and Native Americans, able-bodied or disabled. Efforts to expose denials of due process of law are regularly #censored. Many writers and advocates are persecuted just as Mallinckrodt was when his position as a psychotherapist for Corizon Correctional Healthcare ended presumably because he complained about prisoner abuse. Call Friday night, January 8, 2015, and let us discuss these issues. The broadcast will be uploaded to Human Rights Demand channel at Blogtalkradio. Join us, please, and HAVE YOUR SAY!
Authorities had no right to ban "Getting Away with Murder." Corrections officers had no right to scald Darren Rainey to death. Neither should mentally ill inmates be made to fight other inmates - sometimes to the death - to entertain guards: human dog fights. People like Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. suffered and some died for protections offered under each of the laws listed below. Many active duty #military people as well as #veterans still pay dearly for our rights that are not being upheld by either federal or local governing authorities. Let us fight to keep them on the books and make the laws actualities. The cornerstone of all rights Americans have is the First Amendment. Use your First Amendment rights on January 8 to take a stand for freedom of press and CRIPA. "All we ask of America is 'Be true to what you said on paper.'" (MLK).

See MaryLovesJustice articles about wrongful deaths of people in custody by conducting an Internet search for "Mary Neal" along with the names of each of the seven victims in paragraph 3 above. Learn about Larry Neal's secret arrest and covered-up murder in his website, "Wrongful Death of Larry Neal"
Please see George Mallinckrodt's web pages at the four(4) links below
Order the second edition of "Getting Away with Murder"
Learn more about "Shattered Families: THE COLLAPSE OF AMERICA'S MENTAL HEALTH SYSTEM," a film by a noted psychiatrist, Dr. Stephen Seager
Dr. Seager also published a best-selling book called "Behind the Gates of Gomorrah: A Year with the Criminally Insane." Order it at the link below
Hear Mary Neal's interviews with George Mallinckrodt, Dr. Stephen Seager, and numerous families who lost relatives under the color of law at "Human Rights Demand" Blogtalkradio channel and "National Network in Action (NNIA1)"
Censorship Quotes, collected by Mary Neal
One of my ministers, Rev. Floyd Harris, Jr., is being prosecuted for initiating a "Black Lives Matter" march during summer 2015. His trial date is to be January 6 in Fresno, California. Freedom of expression is challenged throughout America regarding human rights. Telephone calls to me have been censored at (678)531-0262, but I recently switched to AT&T, the phone company that I am told the FBI uses. Let's see if that helps.

Let us strive to be who we say we are - One nation under God with liberty and justice for ALL. America has never been that, but it is a worthy goal. George Mallinckrodt and Mary Neal look forward to your opinions re Florida banning "Getting Away with Murder." Please call.

This article has five(5) paragraphs with Roman numerals before the MLK photo. It also has twelve(12) links, and two(2) photographs (count them to keep hackers honest, as if such a thing is possible). Congratulations to Edward Snowden for revealing the oppression under which many Americans labor.

Friday, September 11, 2015

Rev. Floyd Harris, Jr., Human Rights Advocate

~ Rev. Floyd Harris, Jr., activist minister in Fresno, CA ~

Oh, oh. I have two activist ministers: , who was arrested after sponsoring a recall election and remains imprisoned in Michigan, and Rev. . The feds showed up at Rev. Harris's church this week. Al Williams gave this report:

"About one hour ago, two federal marshals appeared at Rev. Floyd Harris Jr.'s church looking for someone, I assume to arrest. A friend of mine, who is a member of the church, and I were close by; [we were] a short 30 yards from the church when my friend received a phone call. It was obvious from the voice that it was Rev. Harris having a heated discussion with someone. My friend went in first, followed by me. Rev. Harris asked for a card or ID and was refused. Rev. Harris called 911 on the marshals. Then it was good cop, bad cop. I've seen so many good cop, bad cop movies it is almost boring now. The bad cop was a total ass, which was his job, but do you go on God's grounds and attempt to intimidate a reverend? Just to find out if the person was there? Or if Rev. Harris knew where the wanted person was?

My point to you is, if they go to a church and treat a reverend that way, what will they do do you?"

Thank you, Mr. Williams, for your report. Rev. Harris came under increased surveillance when he sponsored a "Black Lives Matter" march in Fresno, CA recently. The Chief of Police, Chief Dyer, expressed fears during a media interview lately that Rev. Harris is negatively influencing children in the community and turning them against the police. Rev. Harris should not teach the youth at New Light for New Life Church of God about their human and civil rights or how to raise and can vegetables, apparently.

FEDERAL MARSHALS! That seems like a warning. Hear a radio message from Rev. Harris that may demonstrate why he is getting federal attention: 
In the bible story about Esau, we learn that God did not simply hate sin but the sinner, also. 

Furthermore, Rev. Harris and Rev. Pinkney keep "bad company." They hang out with MaryLovesJustice, a black woman who does not know her "place" and asks "WHAT HAPPENED TO LARRY NEAL?" her mentally, physically disabled brother who was killed after 18 days of secret incarceration in Memphis/Shelby County Jail in 2003 while the jail was under federal overview. I also ask officials to please treat others as they wish to be treated. That request was not appreciated from Jesus Christ, and neither is it acceptable from Black   in 21st century America.

I already wrote about the Federal Marshal they sent to my house in an article called "Home Invasion Threatened Against Mary Neal." Access it at this link: http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2015/06/home-invasion-threatened-against-mary.html

Rev. Harris is quite a thorn in the side for law enforcement, apparently. Whenever he can, he goes cop watching and films police interacting with homeless people. He actually cares about homeless people, which is very unpopular among prison investors who plan to use them as prison commodities. See pictures and a video by Rev. Harris at an article called "Government Robbery of Homeless Men in Fresno, CA" 

Rev. Harris was also among a group of concerned citizens who went to the homeless people's encampment when police arrived to destroy it and confiscate their personal possessions in Fresno. They watched and videotaped the incident in hopes that their presence would help guarantee the homeless people's safety. 

Satan says, "Damn those Christians! We've got to teach them a lesson!" Pray for Rev. Harris, please. He is not on the Homeland Security Clergy Response Team. I have four ministers, pictured below. They are: 
(1)  Pastor James C. Ward, who teaches us and leads us in praise and worship services, buried my brother, and baptized my children
(2)  Rev. Dr. Floyd Harris, Jr., who inspires us with his courage and demonstrations of a shepherd's love for his sheep, even when endangered himself 
(3) Rev. Edward Pinkney, who became a political prisoner because he obeys Proverbs 31:8-9: Open thy mouth for the dumb in the cause of all such as are appointed to destruction. Open thy mouth, judge righteously, and plead the cause of the poor and needy.
(4) Rev. Dr. Marin Luther King, Jr., an assassinated minister whose messages arouse in us such longing for freedom and dedication to serve mankind. All he asked of America is that she "be true to what she said on paper."

The four men above are my ministers, who I believe live(d) as God would have us all to live as doers of the Word and not hearers only. I hope that Rev. Harris never uses his liberty in Christ and his "civil rights" to sponsor a recall petition like Rev. Pinkney did. Some of us have the right to vote, but apparently, none of us have the right to sponsor a recall petition to rid our communities of politicians who corporations have in place to help rob the People or the right to teach the People about their human and civil rights and how to protect them. All of the true followers of Jesus Christ support human rights. That is considered a problem in 21st century America, just as it always was everywhere, even when Jesus said, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Before the Change, Americans had freedom to practice their religions, a First Amendment right. But as Justice Scalia, of the U.S. Supreme Court, said, "The U.S. Constitution is dead, dead, dead!" Blessings.

Mary Neal's Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+MaryLovesJustice/posts - Follow me at Twitter @koffietime - http://twitter.com/koffietime - Current, urgent justice issues from a laywoman's viewpoint at my primary blog - http://FreeSpeakBlog.blogspot.com - A list of MaryLovesJustice radio broadcasts - http://MLJradio.blogspot.com - A full list of my blogs is available at https://www.blogger.com/profile/02911729765985760491 - Contact me at email address: MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com (I'm censored, but some emails reach my inbox). Try to phone me at (678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741. If you receive no response within 48 hours, please email or call again.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Plans: Depopulation Via Vaccinations

The U.S. Government's National Adult Immunization Plan (NAIP) to enforce vaccinations on every American of every age, regardless of what health conditions they may have and despite what medications they may already take, seems irresponsible. Many decision makers in government positions invest heavily in pharmaceutical companies. Some also invest in companies that are vendors for prisons and FEMA camps. However, it is very concerning that 350 million people's health, and many of their lives, may be placed at risk to increase the worth of decision makers' portfolios.

The fact that fascists want to implement a depopulation plan against America may be why Barack Obama was so attractive as president for them. President Obama grew up in Indonesia during the worst period of that nation's genocide against the people of West Papua. Over 500,000 black indigenous people were killed, and the killing continues today. That is where, as a child, the president became accustomed to people with dark skin being mistreated and murdered, and he has a high tolerance for racism against Black people. For example, Black banks were shut out of the new federal tax credit program: Out of $3.5 billion awarded recently, not a single dollar went to minority institutions. The federal government under the Obama administration "maintains the status quo," which is elite white supremacy, and "keeps wealth out of black hands." Herbert Hoover would be proud. http://www.blackenterprise.com/small-business/minority-banks-shut-out-of-new-federal-tax-credit-program/

See "Indonesia, USA" for more information:

The idea of enforced vaccinations is expected to cause disagreement. Those who disagree with the government's right to enforce vaccinations will probably be sent to FEMA camps. The correlation between enforced vaccinations and FEMA camps was made in 2009, when the State of Massachusetts senate unanimously passed its martial law bill, mandating that should an emergency be called, citizens who refused to willingly submit their bodies to H1N1 vaccines would be quarantined, presumably in camps.

Upon learning that the government was again discussing enforced vaccinations for every American citizen, this writer recently hosted radio shows on the subject at "Human Rights Demand" channel on Blogtalkradio and plan more. Shows already recorded include:

Aug. 26, Stop Mandatory Vaccines, Episode 1, Part 1
Aug. 26, Stop Mandatory Vaccines, Episode 1, Part 2 at FreeConferenceCall.com after losing our connection.
September 3, Stop Mandatory Vaccines, Episode 2

Patriot News II recently published an alarming article alleging that U.S. immigrants were being taken to FEMA camps and deliberately infected with communicable diseases before their release into America. Patriot News cited videos by Fox News. Patriot News II reports:"After unlawfully kidnapping thousands of foreigners, locking them in Nazi FEMA camps with his Brown Shirt Army (that is literally what they are calling themselves), Obama then injects them with previously-eradicated diseases and ships them off to all of our major cities in the U.S. We now have outbreaks and epidemics of all of these terrible plagues."

More information about NAIP is available at a Right.Is article by Professor James F. Tracy, which was published in February 2015. Excerpt: “[T]he NAIP is intended to promote coordinated planning and action across all stakeholder groups,” the 52-page document reads, “[i]ncluding those within and outside of the federal government” (p. 6). In addition to the health and personnel-related agencies within HHS’ purview, such as the Centers for Disease Control and the Food and Drug Administration, other government and “stakeholder groups” include the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, the “vaccine industry” and “academic/research organizations” (p. 7).

Note that the intended recipients of dozens of government-mandated vaccines are not listed in the quoted section above as being "stakeholders." Presumably, not all personnel from the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Department of Justice, which are named stakeholders, would agree with mandatory vaccinations or interning U.S. citizens in FEMA camps. Many of them may flatly refuse. It is important to note, however, that Kim Davis, the clerk in Rowan County, Kentucky, was recently arrested for not following the government's orders instead of her own principles.

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