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

 
CBZ82
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Profit Driven Prison Industrial Complex: The Economics of Incarceration in the USA
1st - Import addictive drugs
2nd - Make addictive drugs illegal
3rd - Arrest those who bought your illegal drugs
4th - Free Labor for the major corporations that sponsor your terror and pay to import more drugs!

If we could only get more people in prison, maybe the economy would be stronger...

"For anyone paying attention, there is no shortage of issues that fundamentally challenge the underpinning moral infrastructure of American society and the values it claims to uphold. Under the conceptual illusion of liberty, few things are more sobering than the amount of Americans who will spend the rest of their lives in an isolated correctional facility – ostensibly, being corrected. The United States of America has long held the highest incarceration rate in the world, far surpassing any other nation. For every 100,000 Americans, 743 citizens sit behind bars. 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."

"Predictably, the potential profit of the prison labor boom has encouraged the foundations of US corporate society to move their production forces into American prisons. Conglomerates such as IBM, Boeing, Motorola, Microsoft, AT&T Wireless, Texas Instrument, Dell, Compaq, Honeywell, Hewlett-Packard, Nortel, Lucent Technologies, 3Com, Intel, Northern Telecom, TWA, Nordstrom's, Revlon, Macy's, Pierre Cardin, Victoria’s Secret, and Target have all begun mounting production operations in US prisons. Many of these Fortune 500 conglomerates are corporate members of civil society groups such as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). These think tanks are critical toward influencing American foreign policy. Under the guise of democracy promotion, these civil societies fund opposition movements and train dissent groups in countries around the world in the interest of pro-US regime change. With naked insincerity, the same companies that outsource the production of their products to American prisons simultaneously sponsor civil societies that demanded the release of Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi from house arrest – an overly political effort in the on-going attempts to install a compliant regime in that country."

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Re: Profit Driven Prison Industrial Complex: The Economics of Incarceration in the USA
Too true. Nice post.
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02/10/2012 02:36 AM
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Sad but true. Follow the money...
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02/10/2012 10:07 AM
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The fact that this is so obvious and proven to everyone.
Yet people will still say, "let them rot in there".
Or "Throw them in prison".
It makes no sense.
Do they realize their money is being stolen off them, and given to private corporations?
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I personally feel drugs should be legalized and regulated to an extent.

Small time criminals should then be fined or jailed with a focus on rehabilitation. Repeat offenders have phsyical harm done to them. Sooner or later they will either be handicaped or rehabilitated.

The serious criminals should be dealt with according to their crime. Sex offenders have they genitals cut off the first time, if it happens again, public execution.

Any pre-meditated murder, horrific public execution. I'm talking be-headings, public torture and cool stuff like this.

Wall street criminals should have to re-pay their theft. No bankruptcy, no slaps on the rist. They work a job with their earnings garnished until all they have stolen has been re-payed with interest.

Follow my plan, and you will see crime decrease.
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