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Jason Walker attacked by prison clansmen for reporting their brutality

Originally posted on Moorbey'z Blog:
by Jason Renard Walker Jason Renard Walker I’m sad to report that I was attacked and beaten by clansman as Black guards watched. I sent out a report on this but left out info I felt would cause the message to be banned, delayed or thrown away. This attack…

Evolution Or Extinction?

Nature is amazing. There are so many types of life on this planet alone, never mind throughout the rest of the universe. The diversity on planet Earth is astounding, from single-celled nanobacteria to the blue whale and the Pando aspen forest in Utah. Some breathe air, some breathe water, some live in the air, some […]

Robert Seth Hayes Receives Parole

Robert Seth Hayes was born in Harlem, New York in October 1947. His father, John Franklin Hayes, was the child of sharecroppers and came to New York City from South Carolina. His mother, Francine Washington Hayes, moved to New York from Pittsburgh. Both of Mr. Hayes’ parents were employed by the U.S. Postal Service, working […]

Political Prisoners Of War: Who Are The Criminals?

Originally posted on Moorbey'z Blog:
by Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson Tear gas, a banned chemical weapon Poison gases were first developed and widely used as battlefield weapons during World War I. Among those weapons were chlorine gas, mustard gas and the benignly named “tear gas,” all of which have similar effects, toxicity and lethality. Because…

Conscious Authenticity

Originally posted on parallax:
via Daily Prompt: Authentic Sunset at Uluru, one of my many favourite photos of the rock, taken last year. Uluru is a well known Aussie icon. Primarily it is an indigenous sacred site, but in a broader sense it is a well known visual associated with Australia as a country. For…

When Assisted Suicide Becomes a Viable Option

Is “The greatest country in the world” actually the greatest scam in the world? Perceptions of the United Corporations of America care of Madison Avenue. It’s interesting how we preach ‘take care of those less fortunate than yourself”, but practice “take care of number one” instead… One of my most controversial opinions is related to […]

Herman Bell is free at last

Originally posted on Moorbey'z Blog:
On Friday, April 27, Herman Bell, a 70-year-old respected elder, was released after serving nearly 45 years in prison. Herman was one of thousands of incarcerated older people who was repeatedly denied parole for over a decade after completing his minimum sentence. His release is a result of important…