The Prison Industrial Complex doesn’t want you to watch this.

They really don’t. They don’t see the US being the Incarceration Nation as being a $75B failed experiment. They see it as a screaming success.

About Susan Chandler

Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
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3 Responses to The Prison Industrial Complex doesn’t want you to watch this.

  1. Nice. But there are a few things you neglected (by time restraints, I would guess) to get into, particularly the prison slave trade and its affects on wage suppression, education, and almost all aspects of typical citizens’ lives outside of the prisons. Here’s a few articles on the topic:
    http://realitybyalex.blogspot.com/search?q=prison+slavery

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    • Thank you, kind sir. The slave trade aspect of being the Incarceration Nation is perhaps the most troubling for me, as the ideal candidate for prison slavery is a non-violent offender, which means extending the drug wars forever for the sake of prison profiteers, and never, ever mapping out a path for undocumented immigrants to secure citizenship papers.

      If Attorney General Eric Holder wasn’t on board with the dastardly agenda, he would be prosecuting social-fabric-shredding Color of Law cases, not busting state-legalized medical marijuana facilities, nor allowing privatized prisons to dictate quotas for incarcerating undocumented migrants.

      I’m glad you’ve addressed the subject in greater detail on your blog, and hope that readers will access the link you’ve provided. Thanks again.

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