Censorship to Hide Crimes Against Humanity in USA
Friday, March 25, 2011
Empty Graves: Jim Crow and Jesus
Please read and share the information in the following nine links and two photographs of empty graves belonging to Jesus Christ and Jim Crow.
Boycott 4 Justice: Consumer Power v. Oppression. Boycotts are a powerful, nonviolent response to corporate greed and government misdeeds that led to the prison industrial complex, caused wars, outsourced jobs, and weakened worker unions.
This article explores COINTELPRO programs against minority people throughout the civil rights movement and now through civil rights era photojournalist Withers, The Cochran Firm and others. It exposes that Johnnie Cochran basically sold his firm a couple of years before he died to get financing for a dream team to sue for reparations against the government and large corporations that used slave labor http://hubpages.com/hub/Mary-Neals-Black-History-Month-2011
NAACP v. Black Cigarette Smokers
People must donate more funds and time to organizations that advocate for the people. If not, loyalties are subject to Change. The NAACP petitioned Congress in autumn 2010 to outlaw menthol cigarettes, the type that is smoked by 80% of black smokers. White smokers would not be impacted in significant numbers. This would expand the expensive War on Drugs by discriminating against blacks like the controversial power v. crack cocaine laws do. According to the National Center on Addiction and Drug Abuse at Columbia University, federal, state, and local governments spent $467.7 billion regarding substance abuse in 2005. All taxpayers should protest criminalizing menthol cigarettes because of racism and the tremendous cost of implementing such a law, which is intended to deliver more nonviolent, qualified workers to prison where one million inmates presently work jobs that were removed from the public sector. How dare they plan a law that will incriminate and enslave blacks with particularity and use the NAACP to propose the racist law? http://hubpages.com/hub/NAACP-vs-Black-Cigarette-Smokers
There are two empty graves belonging to Jim Crow and Jesus Christ. They both arose. See the graves below.
There is obviously a plan (that is working so far) to return to slavery via the injustice system. PEW statistics indicate that 1 in 99 Americans is behind bars. In Georgia, 1 in 13 people is in the system either as prisoners, parolees, or probationers. Roughly 1.25 million mentally ill people of all races are incarcerated, although they should be in hospitals or community care programs (depending on their offenses and functionality). Incarcerating 2.3 million Americans and immigrants costs taxpayers $50 billion per year (up to $300 billion per year when factoring in police services, court costs, and lawyers for indigent people). It behooves all people who care about freedom and justice, no matter what race, to protest elitists using the justice system to return America to slavery. Prison profiteers earn many billions more per year by supplying inmates for work projects for federal and state governments and private companies, including former union jobs. In January 2009, Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-FL) introduced H.R.645 to expand America's prison system by erecting six (6) concentration camps for "crimes" such as refusing to accept government-mandated H1N1 vaccines (according to the Massachusetts Martial Law Bill that was passed in October 2009). On December 31, 2011, the president signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) making it legal to incarcerate people in military concentration camps without levying any criminal charges. The people will be denied any opportunity for defense. Please support H.R.3785 to repeal the concentration camp bill, and beware: The plan to enslave the masses is not limited to minorities this time. Read Revelation.
See the correspondence below I received February 23, 2012:
I’ve been working on issues of police accountability, locked-up youth, violence, and community investment for a long time. Sometimes I think that no example of injustice could still surprise me. I was recently proved wrong by the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA).
The CCA recently invited cash-strapped states to sell them their prisons. Part of their offer was a 20-year management contract, plus an assurance that the prison would remain at least 90 percent full. Join me in saying: Shame on you CCA, shame on you! DEMAND THAT CCA TAKE BACK ITS OFFER http://goo.gl/EleY6 . Join the petition at the link.
Incarceration for profit is just plain wrong. Making a business from other people’s suffering is wrong. And demanding that states guarantee their for-profit corporation chock full prisons is immoral. It's clear that private lock-ups have zero incentive to end the revolving door of incarceration as long as they can reap millions in profit from overcrowded cells.
Our country needs to invest in businesses and industries that, in turn, invest in our people, create real jobs and help to build a future we can be proud of. Join me in calling on CCA to immediately rescind its 90% clause from any future contracts with states. And to publicly agree that their future contracts and bids will not include occupancy clauses. Let’s not allow the CCA to put their profits ahead of the health and well-being of our people and communities any longer.
Ella Baker Center for Human Rights