Noam Chomsky: Prison Industrial Complex (clip from Long Distance Revolutionary) + Mumia and The Black Panther Party

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Long Distance Revolutionary: Mumia and The Black Panther Party

mumiathemovie·Jan 23, 2013


The Unsilenced Voice of a ‘Long-Distance Revolutionary’ by Chris Hedges

Michael Parenti on The State of Human Rights in the U.S.A. (clip from Long Distance Revolutionary)

America’s Indefinitely Detained + Close GITMO Protest

Prison labor booms in US as low-cost inmates bring billions

Why Mass Incarceration Defines Us As a Society by Chris Hedges

Leah Plante: I Am Ready To Go To Prison

The Black Panthers and the Assassination of Fred Hampton

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  6. Once we forget the past we will come in last

    All things have never been equal from the onset of democratic governing being set up in Greece years ago, even though there was general agreement among the masses many snuck in a took far more than allowed.

    It was said that in 1970 things began to radically change but I think that the industrial revolution was when the titans of all kinds saw the way to get in and get more than what was allowed. And as their wealth grew in un-heard measures they wanted more and more and that is where we are today.

    The times we live in today is all about buying things cheaper and cheaper and with that happening and most do not know history then we are in to come in last if we do not stand up and demand more for ALL not just the upper middle class and going on up to the supposed Kings of the New World Order.

    Let us never forget that we can change things if we will. The mass of humanity has always ruled.

    Gosh people all over the planet today know as much if not more than we do. They have been abused by the very ones that are trying to run things here, and Oh Boy that list just goes on and on.

    So no matter our age or our position in this fragile economy we must never forget that we are “Our Brothers Keeper”

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