The CIA & DEA Agents: Drug Traffickers, Dealers & More!

The following video exposes how the so-called "War on Drugs" is merely a cover for one of the last major industries left in the U.S.: drugs and drug trafficking. While millions of Merican men and women (primarily black) rot in prisons for drug possession, addiction, sales and trafficking, their drug suppliers (CIA and DEA agents) … Continue reading The CIA & DEA Agents: Drug Traffickers, Dealers & More!

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“Parasitism, plutocracy and economic depression”

The following article exposes, once again, how capitalism serves only the insane with greed, parasitic plutocrats: Parasitism, plutocracy and economic depression 2 May 2015 Seven years since the 2008 financial crash, the US economy remains mired in slump and financial parasitism. This reality was underscored Wednesday with the release of figures showing that the economy … Continue reading “Parasitism, plutocracy and economic depression”

The Origins of America’s Vicious War on Its Own Kids

You live in a very sick country with even a sicker government, Mr and Ms Merica!

News for the Revolution

Criminalizing Youth

By Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair
May 8, 2015
Counter Punch

 

Ours is not the first era in which adults have persecuted the young and criminalized them. But in this country it’s not been done before with such methodical zeal, ever since that salesman of the virtues, Bill Bennett, co-chaired the Council on Crime in America and issued a 1996 report titled The State of Violent Crime in America containing these ominous words and utterly inaccurate predictions: “America is a ticking violent crime bomb. Rates of violent juvenile crime and weapons offenses have been increasing dramatically and by the year 2000 could spiral out of control.”

These were the years when headline-seeking criminologists like John DiIulio of Princeton and Northeastern’s James Alan Fox painted lurid scenarios of “superpredators”, meaning urban youth of color, swelling Generation Y by as much as 24 per cent. In 1997, Congressmen…

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