Your Silence to My Injustice, is Injustice: My Today, Your Tomorrow– By WAY OF #NRA #KOCH Wayne LaPierre who ‘exploit people’s fears

“Listen! You leaders, you rulers, should you not know justice? Yet you hate what is good and love what is evil. You tear the skin off my people and pull the flesh off their bones. You eat their flesh and flay off their skin, breaking their bones into pieces and chop them up like meat in a kettle, like flesh in a pot. You hate what is just, you disregard what is equitable, you build Zion through violence and bloodshed and the city of Jerusalem through wrongdoing. Your judges decide cases based on bribes, your priests teach a palatable message to receive pay and your prophets share favourable visions for money.”                                           (Micah 3:1-4, 9-12) 

Presently, the prison population in America consists of more than six million people, a number exceeding the amount of prisoners held in the gulags of the former Soviet Union at any point in its history.

 The Economics of Incarceration in the USA

The Prison Industrial Complex: The Economics of Incarceration in the USA

The agency has come under heavy criticism for seeking to contract a 1,250-bed immigration detention facility in Essex County, New Jersey to a work for free for private company that shares intimate ties to New Jersey’s Governor, Chris Christie. Given the private prison industry’s dependence on immigration-detention contracts, the huge contributions of the prison lobby towards drafting Arizona’s recrementitious immigration law SB 1070 are all but unexpected. While the administration of Arizona’s Governor Jan Brewer represents private prison lobbyists, her Department of Corrections budget has been raised by $10 million, (the states only money) while all other Arizona state agencies are subject to budget cuts in 2012’s fiscal year. GDP

Prison–industrial complex

Wayne LaPierre ‘exploits people’s fears

  NRA convention: Wayne LaPierre 'exploits people's fears,
Strapped For Cash The NRA needed a shot in the arm.” #PrisonIndustry Response /NO MONEY MOTTO:
 Just “Make sure they don’t eat and they will come” (No Food Stamp Binging) WE can TAKE their VOTE, Education/Jobs
Rights/ Family Housing/ Award their children to the state#GOP/#NRA/#ALEC/Slavery Corporation   win win win $$$$$$$$$$$$$    MiddleClass     Wonder where your Job went:
USA incarceration timeline

US incarceration rate per capita

The term “prison-industrial complex” (PIC) is used to attribute the rapid expansion of the US inmate population  sold to #GOP. the political/ economical/ influence who  benefit off  private prison companies and ,also,businesses that supply goods and services to government prison agencies. The term is derived from the “military-industrial complex” of the 1950s. Such groups include corporations that contract prison labor, construction companies, surveillance technology vendors, lawyers, and lobby groups that represent them. Activists[who?] have argued that the prison-industrial complex is perpetuating a flawed belief that imprisonment is an effective solution for Slaver CORP to social problems such as homelessnessunemploymentdrug addictionmental illness, and lilliteracy.

The term ‘prison industrial complex’ has been used to describe a similar issue in other countries’ prisons of expanding populations.[1]

The promotion of prison-building as a job creator and the use of inmate labor are also cited as elements of the prison-industrial complex. The term often implies a network of actors who are motivated by making profit rather than solely by punishing or rehabilitating criminals or reducing crime rates. Proponents of this view, including civil rights organizations such as The Rutherford Institute[2] and the American Civil Liberties Union(ACLU),[3] believe that the desire for monetary gain has led to the growth of the prison industry and the number of incarcerated individuals.


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