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July 10, 2012, 12:03:09 AM
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I can't believe this...

I'm so happy I'm not a US citizen...

... and now you know why I'm an anarchist. Smiley

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July 10, 2012, 12:08:13 AM
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Also, it means you're not going to develop rehabilitation programs to prevent criminals from doing crimes again.

A dehabilitation program would drive up $$$ profits!

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July 10, 2012, 03:39:36 AM
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I can't believe this...

It's not about gun control, Obamacare or abortion anymore. Those issues seems almost trivial compared to the problems those private prisons represent.

Now you know what those of us in the know, who understand just how unbelievably, insanely corrupt the governments in the U.S. are (with the Feds being the worst) are up against.


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Their market is the 300 millions US citizens, and like every business, they want to grow in their market. Naturally, by the business logic, they'll work toward gaining new prisoners to grow. If the current laws don't bring enough prisoners, they just have to lobby new laws because of the "new dangerous criminal everywhere!".

They are already doing this. They literally lobby for new laws, for harsher laws, for all of it.

Tell the average U.S. citizen on the street, and they'll either deny it and call you a "crazy conspiracy theorist", or shrug and keep walking.


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Also, it means you're not going to develop rehabilitation programs to prevent criminals from doing crimes again. You need these guys to commit crimes so you get them back. You're surely not going to educate them towards higher achievements.

You don't even have maximum prison time, and you have death penalty. That means those guys own buildings where there's no maximum of time you are forced to spend there, and where they have the tools to end your life.

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It's a complete perversion of law, and I can't believe it's happening in a democracy like the US. I'm seriously horrified at what the consequences of this could be in one generation or two. You already have the worldwide record of prisoners and from what the article say, it's been running for just 20 years.

This is just the tip of the iceberg of the corruption that exists behind the scenes in the U.S. I am not kidding. And the reason it's gotten to the level it has, right under the nose of the populace, is because (1) they're convinced that the holy, omnipotent sugar-daddy U.S. government (and by proxy of course, them) is righteous and infallible, and (2) those who would be educated enough to understand it all waste time fighting over implementing their pet government programs, essentially rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.


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I'm so happy I'm not a US citizen...

Unfortunately, the fallout from all of this already reaches far across the globe (Afghanistan being a prime example.) And the worst is yet to come.

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July 10, 2012, 04:09:45 AM
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Thanks for sharing this, PSY.  I'm not totally convinced of the origins of 'gangsta' rap and private prisons being so closely intertwined. But it certainly can't be denied that encouraging illicit beahviour is in their benefit, without a doubt. I have seen a few interviews with some of the rappers who refused to go along with what the industry was wanting them to do. And there feelings on it very closely matched this story.

Some scary shit. Our gov in its infinite wisdom allows privatizing prisons to save a few tax dollars having to run them themselves. Meanwhile the very people who proposed the idea are conspiring to bilk the gov for every penny they can.





I can bet if you dig deeper on those companies that hold shares in the private prisons you will find it is not as innocuous as it appears on the surface. I could be wrong but I'd be willing to place money on it if you dig a bit deeper you will find those in control of some of those vested companies are former CEO's, directors, friends, etc with some affiliation to either the music industry or private prison companies.

The revolving doors are everywhere. In every branch of government and every corporation on the planet!

a lil snip that demonstrates this a bit with lobbyist;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKFkuSuZYYE

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July 10, 2012, 04:40:50 AM
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This is insane, and has somehow led me to read about government policies for about an hour...

Anyway finding a good rap artist is like finding a good dubstep song...very hard

Not necessarily a good dubstep song, but here's some dubstepish stuff.

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July 10, 2012, 04:54:51 AM
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This is insane, and has somehow led me to read about government policies for about an hour...

Anyway finding a good rap artist is like finding a good dubstep song...very hard

Not necessarily a good dubstep song, but here's some dubstepish stuff.

16k hot off the press Wink

Suspicious .exe is suspicious.

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July 10, 2012, 04:59:11 AM
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This is insane, and has somehow led me to read about government policies for about an hour...

Anyway finding a good rap artist is like finding a good dubstep song...very hard

Not necessarily a good dubstep song, but here's some dubstepish stuff.

16k hot off the press Wink

Suspicious .exe is suspicious.

no doubt. something you made with this? http://www.farbrausch.de/~fg/kkrunchy/

edit; gonna have to break out ollydbg to friggin unpack the thing to check it properly.....

Garr, why not screen capture it if its a vid intro and pop it up on tube for us paranoid freaks? ;p

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July 10, 2012, 05:09:55 AM
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I wouldn't be malicious to bitcoiners, let alone anyone. I haven't ratted people since middle school Tongue And even then it was only buddies I was showing off to haha

And yes it was packed with that tool, but not by me.

Also something more on topic: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPXOivKIXts&feature=watch_response
Poorly edited but definitely gets the point across.

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July 10, 2012, 05:14:22 AM
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I wouldn't be malicious to bitcoiners, let alone anyone Tongue

And yes it was packed with that tool, but not by me.

Also something more on topic: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPXOivKIXts&feature=watch_response
Poorly edited but definitely gets the point across.

hehe, it's not that I don't trust you. But I don't trust the guy that packed it. ;p

I've seen this vid under another name.

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July 10, 2012, 05:15:40 AM
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'twas packed by a friend o' mine. You'll figure out who he is if you go to Solskogen Wink

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July 10, 2012, 05:19:30 AM
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And your paranoia will have to be at your expense; run it in a VM or something Tongue I wouldn't be able to make something that can exit a VM in that little space...

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July 10, 2012, 05:20:10 AM
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And your paranoia will have to be at your expense; run it in a VM or something Tongue I wouldn't be able to make something that can exit a VM in that little space...

hehe, already there. it's very nice. =)

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