The War on Drugs and Prison Industrial Complex: 7 Infographics You Need to See

Beyond waging war on third world nations and mass-murdering the disenfranchised peoples, and destroying the worldwide economy while geoengineering the climate, the following is the only real industry left in your country from hell, Mr and Ms Merica! Soon, all of your neighbors will be either storm-troopers, shysters or prison guards and wardens.

Congratulations! You must be very proud!

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Nov 25, 2015

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Watch the documentary below to learn the truth about how the “war on drugs” is a political tool the government invented to keep Americans enslaved.

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2 thoughts on “The War on Drugs and Prison Industrial Complex: 7 Infographics You Need to See

  1. I wonder what they are doing with the federal money they get per prisoner?

    In Ohio, the state receives thirty or forty grand per prisoner per year. And how inmates are treated, clothed and housed, most of that money isn’t being spent on them.

    I was involved in a prison ministry for several years.

    Of course, there is a lot of that money going out the sallyport in the trunks of correction officers, staff and wardens.

    It’s an inbred, good old boy system in Ohio. The only difference between the prisoner and his keepers are the bars and chains.

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