January 15, 2006
I was in County Prison when the towers fell and I feel that my incarceration and the Prison System of America reflects part of the 911 agenda.
There are many dimensions as to why 911 happened; but I want to focus on the heroine element that directly effects people on the streets of America. Heroine is what funded the industrial revolution. The British Empire went into indigenous nativesí lands and forced Mayan and Asian framers to grow less food and more opium. As a result, the money generated from this plant created the Suburbia Cultural of freeways, shopping malls and an epoch of commercial consumerism that hit middle class families within this Suburbia Culture, while the original indigenous people were manipulated into a penury of addiction and thus the prison system sprouted up in place of indigenous culture.
Now you can see who induces the drug war upon not only the indigenous people, but also here in America at present. A fraction of 911 is supporting the drug war and the prison system that impacts millions of Americas, 98% of the inmates having non-violent drug charges. Most prisoners are colored and poor and cannot afford the high tuition in America. President Bush released opium farmers from Afghan prisons after the towers fell, and told the farmers to start their opium harvest again. As a result, there is opium flourishing all over Baghdad when Baghdad never had a drug problem. There are also conduits of heroine coming Afghanistan into the streets of America.
My point today is to object to the drug war that is partly being fostered by 911 and to raise a conscious voice for the millions of Americans impacted by this drug trade that funds Wall Street, automobile empires and major news papers.
While prisoners should be held accountable for their own personal choices, the cartel government that profits off drugs that effects prisonersí choices should not hold prisoners responsible for their addictions and their incarcerations. How could prisoners make sound choices with their lives when the corporate media has a long history of misinforming the public about covert operations such as the drug trade and its criminal revenue plan? Another lie that supports the drug conduits from Afghanistan and 911 is the fact that the Bush Administration was spying on the UN in order to push for an occupation in the Middle East. The New York Times got the leak on the spying of the UN and just sat on the story for a year. They didnít publish the spying story until after Bush was re-elected. The political remissness of fueling money into the poorer communities of America is evidence that prisoners of the drug war are not fully responsible for their addictions and incarceration. We do not live in a democracy.
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