To prevent prosperity (military-industrial-complex, prison-industry, war on drugs)

“To prevent prosperity”

You can sheepishly think what you want about why, in the United States, there exists a military-industrial-complex, and a prison-industry and a war on drugs. But your delusions do not change reality.

In the United States, there exists a military-industrial-complex, to prevent prosperity.

In the United States, we have a prison-industry to prevent prosperity nationally, and a military-industrial-complex to prevent prosperity internationally: divided, conquered, and fighting each other for the scraps off of a table of plenty.

In the United States, there exists a prison-industry, and a military-industrial-complex, and a war on drugs to divide and conquer, and prevent prosperity.

Celebrities (including politicians) are among the house-slaves. Business owners are captains of field-slaves. The field-slaves–they are the ones working jobs that they hate to buy things which they do not want or need. (A slave with real options is, slowly and surely, no slave at all.)

Celebrities (including politicians) are among the house-slaves. Business owners are captain of field-slaves. The field-slaves–they are the ones who file your taxes, file your nails, sell you alcohol and cigarettes, and fight for slave-women’s rights to eugenics. (A slave with real options is, slowly and surely, no slave at all.)

And so, in the United States, there exists a prison-industry and a military-industrial-complex to divide and conquer and prevent prosperity.

You can sheepishly, pragmatically, indefensibly think what you want about why, in the United States, there exists a military-industrial-complex, and a prison-industry and a war on drugs; but your delusions do not change reality.

In the United States, there exists a war on drugs, a prison-industry, and a military-industrial-complex to make the worse appear the better cause and prevent prosperity.

In the United States, there exists a prison-industry, and a military-industrial-complex, and a war on drugs to convince serfs to work jobs that they hate to buy things which they do not want or need and prevent prosperity.

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