Saturday, March 23, 2013

The ultimate evil disguised as "criminal justice"

Reason and Knowledge only thou despise
The highest strength in man that lies!
Let but the Lying Spirit bind thee,
And I shall have thee fast and sure!
Mephistopheles/Satan in Faust ("thou" and "Lying Spirit" are references to himself)
Under this lies a fact never mentioned aloud, but tacitly understood and acted upon: namely, that the conditions of life in all three super-states are very much the same.  In Oceania the prevailing philosophy is called Ingsoc, in Eurasia it is called Neo-Bolshevism, and in Eastasia it is called by a Chinese name usually translated as Death-Worship, but perhaps better rendered as Obliteration of the Self.      
George Orwell, 1984
Because of the severity of his crime, Stewart was charged with vehicular homicide – and charged as an adult. His family couldn’t make bail, so Stewart was placed in the Denver County Jail while he awaited his sentence.

There was just one problem: Since he was a minor, Stewart was ordered to be put in protective custody, separate from the adult prisoners— and the best protection the jail had to offer was solitary confinement. [As if the system weren't DESIGNED for this purpose.]

Weeks later, the psychological impact was too much. After a brief reprieve from solitary to be in a shared cell with another juvenile offender, Stewart was sent back to isolation after a minor argument with his cellmate.  According to his older sister, Nicole Miera, Stewart took his own life after less than 10 minutes of being back in what inmates called "the hole."
"I spoke to kids. They talked about being in a cell alone, the size of a parking space, the size of an elevator," said Ian Kysel, who authored the HRW/ACLU report. "This is sort of the dark secret of the criminal justice system. ... JAILS AND PRISONS DON'T MAKE AVAILABLE THEIR DATA ON SOLITARY CONFINEMENT." [So, they have nothing to hide, but they hide it.]

At New York City's Riker's Island, the average length of solitary confinement for youths last year was 43 long, 23-hour days, according to Kysel's report.

The catch-22 of being prosecuted as adults but segregated from the adult prison population because they are still minors IS LITERALLY MAKING YOUNG OFFENDERS GO OUT OF THEIR MINDS — and many of them have mental health issues before they are put in isolation, according to the HRW/ACLU report. [But solitary confinement IS a form of "mental health treatment," i.e. soul-destruction.]

Stuart Grassian, a Boston-based psychiatrist who is an expert on solitary confinement, CITES CIA RESEARCH DONE IN THE 1950S, which found solitary confinement made American prisoners of war in North Korea go psychotic.

"What was produced by that was a person who was so unhinged, he was confused, disoriented, disheveled," he told NBC News, "They wouldn't sometimes know who they were. THEY COULDN'T THINK."
from Criminal justice system's 'dark secret': Teenagers in solitary confinement
We have nothing with the outcast and the unfit [societal rejects]: let them die in their misery. For they feel not. Compassion is the vice of kings: STAMP DOWN THE WRETCHED & THE WEAK: this is the law of the strong: this is our law and THE JOY OF THE WORLD....
There is no law beyond Do what thou wilt.
from The Book of the Law, by Aleister Crowley [emphasis added]

So, America, meet your real government: organized Satanism behind a facade of a Constitutional government. The destruction of human souls is its ultimate purpose. (It's clear to me that one of the victims mentioned in the Rock Center piece was SET UP by organized Satanism to commit a "crime" and be locked up in solitary confinement.)

Nothing is going to change as a result of this "exposé." Such reports surface every few years, and Congress does nothing in response. It was never intended to change anything, but to torment US, and to drop hints about the Orwellian nature of our government.