The Rule of a Barbarous Society. 'Prison conditions are degrading proof of man's inhumanity to man. It shows that man is still living in the barbarous age. Civilization still remains an idea - it has not become a reality.' [MORE]
According to "FUNKTIONARY, THE KEY HOLDERS ENPSYCHLOPEDIA" Copyright 2016 Chocolate City Press. Resonated & Orchestrated by Dr. Blynd, Ph.F:
ImprisoNation - the warehousing of America's working poor into penal colonies. Employees of the so-called "government" or the State confuse schools with prisons and prisons with schools. Governments do not protect but control - and do so through violence (economic and military) and through the use of the force continuum - sheer brutal force. The fact of the existence (presence and prevalence) of ImprisoNation in America is living proof (tangible fact) that this once constitutional republic is now a democracy- a nation of sick and bankrupt intellectuals. (See: Corpus Delecti, Standing, Judicial Victimization, Uniformity, Control, Justice, Transformative Education, Economatrix & Force Continuum."
authorities - those who (acting pre-programmed as "orderlies" of human resources, i.e.. feudal wards of the Corporate State) under the 'color of law' in the protection of privilege, status quo. and overt force seek to criminalize the natural and naturalize the criminal. The 'authorities' most often become (or more precisely we allow them to become) jailers of the mind. 2) those who are eternally predisposed to attempt to capture the free—free-minded, and free-spirit. All so-called "authority" is based in unilateral coercion. "Pay keen attention if you want to be more than what authorities would have you be—unfree." -The Holey Psyble. Stand up and be the being they are required to address, i.e., free-standing and ready to rise above any ruse or imposition. (See: Orderlies, Repeaters, Obedience, Reality Box, Cultural Conditioning, Gerps, Free-Range Slavery, Duty, "Authority" & Question)
Art above by Kevin Rashid Johnson, presently housed at Sussex 1 State Prison.