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Escaping the Criminal Caste System in the US
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Looks like the Netherlands has a unique crime problem – it doesn’t have enough criminals! According to ncl.nl, “The Dutch justice ministry has announced it will close eight prisons and cut 1,200 jobs in the prison system. A decline in crime has left many cells empty.”
The Dutch have an amazing strategy for reducing crime that the US might want to imitate – they don’t make everything illegal! The Netherlands has long been known for their enlightened attitude towards drugs, prostitution and other “victimless crimes”. They treat such decisions as a matter of personal choice. No need for big brother to stick its nose in every nook and cranny sniffing for drugs.
On July 1, 2001, another country, Portugal, decriminalized all drugs including cocaine and heroin. The result? Drug usage and deaths due to drug usage decreased dramatically.
Meanwhile on the shores of the puritanical Fasco-Communist Police State of America the picture is very different. After years of forced stupor in the indoctrination camps (called schools), suddenly grown slaves aren’t even allowed to self-medicate with dried flowers of the cannabis sativa plant.
Having learned nothing from the disastrous prohibition of alcohol in the 1920s and 30s, the US war on drugs is the single biggest boot on the neck of the civilian population in the USA. Even the CIA gets in the exploitation game by funding its black budget with a special “crack tax” levied on inner-city youth. The criminal gang known as the DEA deploys nearly 10,000 tax feeders to prey upon the police state population, including nearly 5,000 Special Agents, 500 Diversion Investigators, 800 Intelligence Research Specialists, and 300 Chemists. And after they have squeezed as much blood money as they can, many are thrown in a cage to work for pennies a day in the largest work camp population in the world.
In the US in 2010, over half (52.1%) of the 1,638,846 total arrests for drug violations were for marijuana - a calculated total of 853,839. Of those, an estimated 750,591 people (45.8%) were arrested for marijuana possession alone.
The following chart shows the total amount kidnapped per country, showing the US is by far the largest of any country on Earth. The US has 5% of the population of the world but does 22% of the kidnapping.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics 2,292,133 adults were incarcerated in U.S. federal and state prisons and county jails at year-end 2009 — about 1% of adults in the U.S. resident population. Additionally, 4,933,667 adults at year-end 2009 were on probation or on parole.
And with draconian three strikes laws and the rapidly disintegrating economy, the prison population is set to get even higher. The National Defence Authorization Act signed into law by Dictator Obama coupled with the construction of FEMA camps across the country means a whole new class of innocents will be joining the gulag.
Justice is blind, so she can’t witness the corruption endemic in the system. Judges Mark Ciavarella and Michael Conahan accepted $2.6 million in bribes to feed children as young as 10 into the fascistic private prison system in Pennsylvania. And once these kids are ensnared in the “justice” system, it becomes a special kind of life sentence.
A National Longitudinal Survey of Youth recently stated that nearly 1/3 of all people in the US under 23 years old have been arrested for a "crime" more serious than a traffic violation. That’s right, nearly 1/3 of all kids in the US have been tied up and hauled off to a cage by the age of 23.
And when you are in the grasp of the state, expect to be squeezed. Like Michael Allison, faced with 75 years in jail for recording a police officer – here is a taste of what the slavemasters think of your rights:
Asked if he thinks Allison should spend the rest of his life in prison for recording his interactions with public officials, the lead prosecutor, Wiseman says, “My job isn’t to write the laws. My job is just to enforce them.” Of course, Wiseman does have discretion over whom he charges and what charges he files. But he says Allison committed a felony, and it wouldn’t be proper for a prosecutor to overlook such a thing.
The net is being cast wide in the US to ensure the maximum number of individuals are criminalized.
Making matters worse, once you have a criminal record you become like an untouchable in India. In the caste system of the US, once you have a criminal record, few will be willing to hire you… all but ensuring that the only avenue to support yourself is through crime. As well, it traps the individual to a life sentence in the US as it makes it nearly impossible to apply for a foreign slave card (passport) once you are “marked” in the US. You will have great difficulty leaving the country again and will be refused by almost every foreign nation for citizenship or residency once you've been branded as a "criminal".
That's why if you have any future plans to leave for freer shores, like your ancestors did long ago, it is important to apply for a second foreign passport BEFORE you find yourself like 1/3 of youths and branded globally as persona non grata for some minor offense. Once marked, people have no options for leaving their home country except to make a run for it, much the way some poor Mexicans did in years past, except now in the opposite direction. And, the US Government is making sure even this isn’t much of an option anymore, with a wall on the southern border and drones commandeering the skies on the northern border to keep as many of the tax slaves indentured. After all, if you owned a good milk cow would you leave the gate open and let it just wander away? The government feels the same way... about you!
Subscribe to The Dollar Vigilante to open your mind to all the opportunities in the world outside of the US and the western world - which is in a state of collapse. And, look to get a second foreign passport (like our Dominican Republic passport service) to help you escape from your own tyrannical government if and when you are ready.