Censorship to Hide Crimes Against Humanity in USA

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Saturday, September 29, 2012

Victory Through Terrorism and Censorship

I was not allowed to place a comment at the PressTV site to the article http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/09/29/264138/obama-fully-intends-to-betray-his-own-loyal-supporters/. I will make a video of the censorship to prove it. I wrote:  "How much does an administration care about Africans in America or liberty and justice if it hides the police murder of a disabled black man, who was killed after 18 days of secret arrest, by suppressing or allowing censorship and terrorism against the victim's sister and family presumably to hide a government lynching from the president's supporters, particularly black people? Google 'Wrongful Death of Larry Neal.' What hope does the U.S.A. have under the administration that fights in court for the right to indefinitely intern people in military concentration camps without naming an offense or allowing trials? President Obama signed NDAA Sec. 1021 into law, and Mitt Romney, his GOP opponent, said he would have done likewise. I searched diligently but found no country that ever used concentration camps for purposes other than warehousing and killing minorities, handicapped people, homosexuals, and political dissidents. It is time for worldwide prayer for the United States and the world." (My comment has 158 words, 1000 characters - the allowed limit). I saw no other comments on the article. Perhaps Americans are already prisoners, and no comments are allowed.

I SAY TO OUR IRANIAN FRIENDS: Let your people march, let your people speak, release your people from jail, let them have a voice! ― Vice President Joe Biden. See other censorship quotes that are ignored at this link http://justicegagged.blogspot.com/2012/08/censorship-quotes.html

1 comment:

  1. After publishing this article, I went back to the site, refreshed the page, and posted my comment. However, I do not see it or access to comments on the page. Perhaps it only appeared to have posted so that I could not capture the denial on film.

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