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Decades of Political Corruption is WHY Americans became Felons

The Nixon campaign in 1968, and the Nixon White House after that, had two enemies: the antiwar Left and black people.  You understand what I’m saying?  We knew we couldn’t make it illegal to be either against the war or black.  But by getting the public to associate  the hippies with marijuana and blacks with heroin, and then criminalizing both heavily, we could disrupt those communities. We could arrest their leaders, raid their homes, break up their meetings, and vilify them night after night on the evening news.  Did we know we were lying about the drugs?  Of course we did.

— John Ehrlichman, 2016

This is a Direct Admission from the Nixon White House where the “War on Drugs” began, that this war was a US Government War against its “black” citizens.  It was pure Racism and Hate from the top Government Leaders.  These people’s sole crime was being born “black” in America.  The Drug War was also a Corruption of Justice for the Direct purposes of Imprisoning Dissenters against the unconstitutional Wars being waged by the corrupted US Government.  In all the years of the Drug War, these two objectives have obviously not been undone by the subsequent Administrations of Republicans and Democrats, both of which have continued to utilize the Drug War.   The Drug War is TREASON by the US Government, against the American people.

“New research on the growth in the scope and scale of felony convictions finds that, as of 2010, 3 percent of the total US population and 15 percent of the African-American male population have served time in prison. People with felony convictions more broadly account for 8 percent of the overall population and 33 percent of the African-American male population.”   — Science Daily, Sept 28, 2017

“In recent decades, every state has seen a dramatic increase in the share of its population convicted of a felony, leaving more people facing hurdles in finding a job and a place to live and prompting some states to revisit how they classify crimes.

In Georgia, 15 percent of the adult population was a felon in 2010, up from around 4 percent in 1980. The rate was above 10 percent in Florida, Indiana, Louisiana and Texas.

Less than 5 percent of the population in Maine, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York, Utah and West Virginia were felons, but every state had a large increase between 1980 and 2010, when the felony population ranged from 1 to 5 percent, according to a University of Georgia study published in October.

The new estimates only go through 2010, before many states began to reclassify some crimes, scale back sentencing and take other steps to lower incarceration rates and ease ex-offenders back into society. But they are the first attempt to gauge the state-by-state buildup of felons during a nationwide, decades-long surge in punishment: Less than 2 million people were in prison or jail or on parole or probation in 1980, compared with more than 7 million in 2007.”  — Pewtrusts.org, Jan 2, 2018

How Many OTHER People’s Lives are Impacted by Taking Rights Away from Felons?

‘…. the Dept of Homeland Security quite literally designates AR-15’s as personal defense weapons for law enforcement officers…’ 

Do YOUR Children have the same Rights to Self Defense as ‘law enforcement’ children?

Are ALL Children Created Equal, or just Some of them?

Were YOUR Children Created Equal?

How Law Abiding people

are turned into Felons for

doing entirely Lawful activities.


Seth Rogen


National Expungement Week

The Direct Message to ‘prohibited persons’

when your government Takes your Self Defense rights, is that


Exposing the corrupt persecution of ‘Prohibited Persons’ for possessing alleged guns.

Use Your Vote to Speak Truth to Power the Way Adam Kokesh does.  Take back Title to Your Life.  Take Back Your FREEDOM!

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Ferrell Damon Scott
USP Allenwood
PO Box 3000
White Deer,PA

Craig Cesal
FCI Terre Haute
Terre Haute, In
PO Box 33

Michael Pelletier
USP Terre Haute
PO Box 33
Terre Haute, IN

John Richard Knock
FCI Fairton
PO Box 420
Fairton, NJ

Michael Thompson
Muskegon Correctional Facility
2400S. Sheridan Dr.

Donald Fugitt
USP Yazoo city
PO Box 5000
Yazoo city, MS

Corvain Cooper
USP Pollock
PO Box 2099

Parker Coleman
USP Beaumont
PO Box 26030

Richard DeLisi
South Bay Correctional
PO Box 7171
South Bay, FL 33493

Adam D. Fogleman
Franklin Medical Center
PO Box 23658

Lance Gloor
FCI Sheridan
PO Box 5000

James Roman’s
FMC Lexington
PO Box 14500
Lexington,KY 40512

Way Quoe Long
FCI Victorville Medium II
PO Box 3850

Jason Dyer
125 Private RD 4303
Hondo, TX

Luke Scarmazzo
FCI Pollock
PO Box 4050