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The reality of the USA is that Americans, despite their overall wealth as a nation, are now a people living in a society of great fear. Their fears are complicated, and many Americans cannot even put their fears into words. They are afraid of lawyers and the prison system, afraid of losing their jobs in a brutal society with no social safety net, afraid of needing health care in a disastrous crazy system run by big companies for profit. And, behind all of this, Americans are afraid of what will happen if they try to question the system and the way things work. They often feel helpless and powerless against the great forces dominating their country.

American citizens are confused and fearful, and gullible to propaganda. Because Americans have difficulty in sorting out their many fears, they have become ripe candidates for racial and religious hatreds, and for following their government into war. The issues of “terrorism” and war distract the emotions of Americans from the terrible problems in their own society at home. A corporate media, trying to build racist hatreds of some foreign “enemy”, tries to distract Americans with some foreign face on which to project their fear and their anger. The result is the horrifying misconduct of some Americans in these wars; while back inside the USA, there is increasing corruption and repression in their home legal system.

Prison Reform Movement's Weblog- America: Land of the Free, Home of the Incarcerated

by Dr Les Sachs (Dr Leslie Sachs)

The tragic reality of the world’s biggest corrupt legal system –

America’s rigged courts, bribed judges, fake and phony trials, extortion by lawyers, and over 2.2 million prisoners in the USA gulag.

Why USA “justice” is not like in Hollywood movies, and why YOU could be the next victim on USA territory – innocent and sent to prison, or strapped to a table and put to death; or robbed of your life savings by American lawyers.

Why YOU can be tortured, have your freedom and rights taken away, and why people in America are afraid to help you, or even tell what happened to you.

Right now, about 1 out of every 45 working age males in the US (that is, not counting children or the elderly) are BEHIND BARS inside the US empire – Many of those millions of US prisoners are…

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