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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

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Black PRISON labor, white wealth

My life is worth no more than others,
 and my liberty is as dear to me “Nat Turner”.
Born October 2nd 18003


Watch How the republicans stand for their 
right to a well regulated militia 

SECOND AMENDMENT

 (Am I a well regulated Militia?)

THIS IS HOW WE MUST STAND UP FOR ALL
THE RIGHTS THAT WE HAVE NEVER BEEN
AFFORDED.  WE HAVE TO FIGHT TOGETHER,
AS  MEN. NO ONE IS GOING TO GIVE US OUR
 RIGHTS. TAKE NOTICE HOW REPUBLICANS
STAND READY TO FIGHT AT THE DROP OF A
DIIME. WE ARE SO ENSLAVED THAT WE CONTINUE AT
ENSLAVING OURSELVES.

"WE MUST STAND TOGETHER AND FIGHT TOGETHER."

FREDERICK DOUGLAS

IF YOU WERE EVER TRIED WITHOUT A JURY OF YOUR PEERS YOU WERE DENIED DUE PROCESS 

BILL OF RIGHTS

an impartial jury of his. *vicinage 
vicinage (NOUN)
1. VICINITY 
2. NEIGHBORHOOD
NOT SECOND AMENDMENT BILL OF RIGHTS

and may not be "compelled to give 
evidence against himself.


REPUBLICANS DECIDE WHAT
THEIR Rights are, WHILE WE SETTLE--None.






SENIORS WILL NOT AGREE TO PAY FOR A REPUBLICAN WAR
THAT HAS ALREADY COSTS TAXPAYERS IN 

America close to a trillion dollars-- the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, 

There are hundreds of billions of bills still due—including staggering costs to take care of the thousands of injured veterans, providing them with disability benefits and health care. 

In this sobering study, Nobel Prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz and Harvard University's Linda J. Bilmes reveal a wide range of costs that have been hidden from U.S. taxpayers and left out of the debate about our involvement in Iraq. That involvement, the authors conservatively estimate, will cost us more than $3 trillion."Stiglitz and Bilmes have clearly demonstrated the need for Congress and the administration to ensure that those making sacrifices today will see those sacrifices honored in the future."

—Dave W. Gorman, executive director, Disabled American Veterans



Constitution and Statutes
NOT THE SECOND AMENENT

24 TH AMENDMENT

Section 1.
The right of citizens of the United States to vote in any primary or other election for President or Vice President, for electors for President or Vice President, or for Senator or Representative in Congress, shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any State by reason of failure to pay poll tax or other tax.

Section 2.
The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.


REPUBLICAN VIOLATES MY 

15 TH AMENDMENT  RIGHT 

NOT THE SECOND AMENDMENT
During the 2012 Presidential election, gunmen (white IN COLOR) in the southern states of the US road up and down the roads, discharging their guns to explain to and intimidate and to tell blacks, as they sat on there porches and as they were about their way, that if they went to the polls, they would not make it home

A REPUBLICAN JUVENILE ASSOCIATION
PRISON SLAVE LABOUR



SECOND AMENDMENT Am I a well regulated Militia

A well-regulated Militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed. Am I a well regulated Militia? WHAT IS A WELL REGULATED MILITIA?
(Did you Know that:  The exact person who invented the first gun has long been lost in history. It is known that guns started to appear in Egypt in the mid 1200's. This is the earliest that they were seen in battle. http://answers.ask.com/Hobbies/Guns_and_Knives/who_invented_the_first_gun )



LET US EDUCATE OUR OWN


HOW MANY OFUS ARE UNREPRSENTED

THE ORIGINAL INVENTERS










 "No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States." This clause protects a person's rights as a citizen of the United States from unreasonable State Action or interference.


The Fourteenth Amendment's 

Privileges ASSURES ME TODAY THAT:
NO ONE HAS THE RIGHT TO TELL ME WHAT I CAN SMOKE, DRINK Eat Or Inhale.  NO MORE THAN TO TELL ME WHAT I CAN READ OR WRITE --A RIGHT ONCE DENIED BLACK’S  IN THIS COUNTRY BY REPUBLICAN’S  OF  TODAY AND YESTERDAY AND THE DAY AFTER THAT AND THE DAY AFTER.

We Pay Taxes on Every Thing That You Sell



We Pay Taxes on Every Thing That You Sell

   
REPUBLICAN GERRYMANDERING UNCONSTITUTIONAL
OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
CONTEMPT
TERRORISM





15TH AMENDMENT PROHIBIT’S THE

 REPUBLICAN PARTY FROM 

GERRYMANDERING: AMENDMENT XV

PASSED BY CONGRESS FEBRUARY 26, 1869. RATIFIED FEBRUARY 3, 1870.

SECTION 1.

THE RIGHT OF CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES TO VOTE SHALL NOT BE DENIED OR ABRIDGED BY THE UNITED STATES OR BY ANY STATE ON ACCOUNT OF RACE, COLOR, OR PREVIOUS CONDITION OF SERVITUDE--



1.The use of violence and threats to intimidate or coerce, especially for political purposes.
2.the state of fear and submission produced by terrorism or terrorization.
3.A terroristic method of governing or of resisting a government.



The Voting Rights Act of 1965 (42 U.S.C. §§ 1973–1973aa-6)[


The courts have placed certain requirements on the redistricting process:1. Each district must be equal in population2. There must be an equal opportunity for minorities to elect the candidate of their choice


THE 

14TH AMENDMENT 

PROHIBITS REPUBLICANS FROM NOT WELCHING ON THEIR OBLIGATIONS

 PAYING THE BILLS OF THE IT'S CITIZENS AS ALLOCATED


The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned:

IN America The republicans spent close to a trillion dollars already devastating the Iraqi’s and the afghans respectively, in Iraq and Afghanistan, There are hundreds of billions of bills still due—

including staggering costs to take care of the thousands of injured veterans, providing them with disability benefits and health care.

 Let the Republicans pay them Pay! Maybe next time they’ll pause for a minute. If they don’t pay they won’t. Only Republicans should go to war. Then we won’t have one.


U.S. CONSTITUTION

ARTICLE I

SECTION 9.

Section 9. [Limits on Legislative Power] (see annotations)

No money shall be drawn from the treasury, but in consequence of appropriations made by law; and a regular statement and account of receipts and expenditures of all public money shall be published from time to time.


VOTING RIGHTS ACT

Bill of Rights

42 U.S.C.A. § 1973(a)(b)
42 U.S.C.A. § 1973c



Black Petition Against Poll Tax


To the Honourable David Ramsey Esquire President of the Hounourable Senate, and to the others the Honourable the Members o the same---

The petition of John Morris Williams Morris and other Inhabitants of Camden District in behalf of themselves and others who come under the description of Free Negros Mulattoes and Mustizoes-

--…That before the War, and till very lately your petitioners who were Freeholders or Tradesmen, paid a Tax only for their Lands, trades, and other Taxable property in common with others the Free White Citizens of the state, and in consequence of their paying the same, was Exempted from paying a Pole-Tax for any of their children while under their Jurisdiction---

THAT IN MARCH 1789, an Ordinance was passed that a Tax of One Fourth of a dollar per head per annum be imposed upon all Negroes Mustizoes & Mulattoes: the same to commence in February 1791, and from thence continue for the space of ten years—

That a subsequent Act, Entitled an Act for raising Supplies for the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and ninety two, past the 21st day of December last year, your Petitioners besides paying a tax for their Lands & other Taxable property are made liable & have Two Dollars per head accordingly paid the sum of Two dollars per head—and the same sum per head for each and of their Children above Sixteen Years of age, who are under their Jurisdiction…In consequence of which they conceive their situation in life but a small remove  from slavery; that they are likely to suffer continued inconvenience & disadvantages; and in the end to be reduced to poverty and want itself…

Although, the 15th Amendment NOT THE SECOND AMENMENT to the Constitution of the United States prohibits federal or state governments from infringing on a citizen's right to vote "on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude," a plethora of insidious methodologies for preventing African Americans from exercising their voting rights were successfully implemented by racist whites who dominated the corridors leading to the voting booths. Voter qualifying tests (e.g., literacy tests), discriminatory enforcement of registration rules, poll taxes, and outright racial gerrymandering were just some of the devices standing between African Americans and their constitutionally guaranteed right to both register to vote and vote.

Before the passage of the Act, only 383 African-Americans of voting age, out of approximately 15,000, were registered to vote in Dallas County, Alabama. In the three months following the enactment of the Voting Rights Act, 8000 African-Americans were registered.



Editorial From the Negroe view
by Frederick Douglas


  We solemnly dedicate the North Star to the cause of our long oppressed and plundered fellow countryman. May god bless the undertaking to your good!  It shall fearlessly assert your rights, faithfully proclaim your good!  If shall fearlessly assert your rights, faithfully proclaim your wrongs, and earnestly demand for you instant and even-handed justice.  Giving no quarter to your imprisonment labour at the prison, it will hold no truce with oppressors at the Appeal.  While it shall boldly advocate emancipating for our imprisoned, it will omit no opportunity to gain for the nominally free complete enfranchisement, every effort to Injure or degrade you or your cause—origination wheresoever, or with whomsoever—shall find in it a constant, unswerving and inflexible foe….

Remember that we are one, that our cause is one, and that we must help each other, if we would succeed.  We have drank to the dregs the bitter cup of slavery; we have worn the heavy yoke: we have sighed beneath our bonds, and writhed beneath the bloody baton—cruel mementoes of our oneness are indelibly marked on our living heads.  We are one with you under the ban of prejudice and proscription -–one with you in social and political disfranchisement.  What you suffer, we suffer; what you endure, we endure.  We are indissolubly united, and must fall or flourish together . . . .
This is one thing that we must do for ourselves “common sense affirms and only folly denies,” that the man who has suffered the wrong is the man to demand, redress,--that the man who is struck is the to cry out—and that he who has endured the cruel pangs of solitary confinement
Without conjugal visits is the man to advocate Liberty and just enrichment.  It is evident we must be our own representatives and advocates—not exclusively, but peculiarly—not distinct from, but in connection with others who are friends. In the Grand struggle for liberty and equality now waging it is meet, right and essential that there should arise in our ranks authors and editors, as well as orators, for it is in these capacities that the most permanent good can be rendered to our cause . .  .


A BLACK CHILD WHO CANNOT AFFORD A PAIR OF TENNIS SHOES HAS THE ABILITY TO GET A GUN FOR WHAT EVER THE REASON; WHOMEVER THE SOURCE OF THIS GUN IS LEGALLY CULPABLE FOR THE “FOLLOWING ACTS" OF THE CHILD:

“other people’s children” 

By any standards of human and moral decency, children in America are under assault, and by international standards, America remains an unparalleled world leader in gun deaths of children and teens.

The most recent analysis of data from 23 high-income countries reported that 87 percent of children under age 15 killed by guns in these nations lived in the United States. 

And the U.S. gun homicide rate for teens and young adults 15 to 24 was 42.7 times higher than the combined gun homicide rate for that same age group in the other countries [emphasis in original].” 




MOTHERS WARN THAT IT IS UNSAFE FOR OUR CHILDREN TO WALK, DRIVE, OR RIDE THE BUS TO SCHOOL and BACK, GO TO THE STORE OR WORK AND MAKE IT HOME WITHOUT GETTING SHOT
     
REBUBLICAN POWER
IF WE DON'T FIGHT THERE WONT BE ANY BLACK MEN 

Protecting Guns, Sacrificing (Some) Children



WE ARE HANNIBLE




WE WERE THE FIRST TO ARRIVE IN MEXICO AND THE US/ WE ARE THE ORIGINAL MERCHANTS


(p. 5; also see chart on p. 31)

nearly 13 times more than the number of recorded lynchings of Black people of all ages in the 86 years from 1882 to 1968. Even so, more White than Black children and teens have died from gun violence. (p. 2)
•The 5,740 children and teens killed by guns in 2008 and 2009:

+ Would fill more than 229 public school classrooms of 25 students each;

+ Was greater than the number of U.S. military personnel killed in action in Iraq and Afghanistan (5,013).
• The number of preschoolers killed by guns in 2008 (88) and in 2009 (85) was nearly double the 

number of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty in 2008 (41) and 2009 (48).

• Black children and teens accounted for 45 percent of all child and teen gun deaths in 2008 and 

2009 but were only 15 percent of the total child population.

• Black males 15-19 were eight times as likely as White males of the same age and two-and-a-half times as likely as their Hispanic peers to be killed in a gun homicide in 2009.

• The leading cause of death among Black teens ages 15 to 19 in 2008 and 2009 was gun homicide.  Blacks represent about a third of those ineligible to vote because of criminal convictions. The penalty 

falls harder on Blacks because their incarceration rate is higher, and, some contend, the disparity is widening because Blacks are punished more harshly.


THE TRUTH BE KNOWN, ONLY WE CAN CHANGE THINGS. WE CAN DO THIS BY TAKING MATTERS INTO OUR OWN HANDS, OR DIE TRYIN'
OUR CHILDREN WILL BE ABLE TO WALK TO THE STORE WITHOUT GETTING SHOT UP AND SOMEONE WILL KNOW EVERY TIME OUR INALIENABLE RIGHTS NOT WELL REGULATED HAVE BE DISTURBED OR EXTINGUISHED. IT'S OUR FIGHT TOGETHER WE CAN



U.S. CONSTITUTION:

Yikes!! Immigration, Though, it was meant for slaves-Looks like it is in working Order for immigrants--No One looks out for our rights and we don't need them too.



SECTION 9.


migration or importation Section 9. [Limits on Legislative Power] (see 

annotations)Section 9. [Limits on Legislative Power] (see annotations)

The migration or importation of such persons as any of the states now existing shall think proper to admit, shall not be prohibited by the Congress prior to the year one thousand eight hundred and eight, but a tax or duty may be imposed on such importation, not exceeding ten dollars for each person.

This is Your Get Out of Jail Card If you ever need one.Guantánamo Bay: the most dangerous prisoners in the world in chains.  The Habeas Corpus Form is in the border on this site under forms.



http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/9321928/Guantanamo-Bay-the-most-dangerous-prisoners-in-the-world-in-chains.html

This is Your Get Out of Jail Card If you ever need one.

 writ of habeas corpusSection 9. [Limits on Legislative Power] (see annotations)

Section 9. [Limits on Legislative Power] (see annotations)
The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion the public safety may require it.


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Section 9. Clause 1. The Migration or Importation of such Persons as any of the States now existing shall think proper to admit, shall not be prohibited by the Congress prior to the Year one thousand eight hundred and eight, but a Tax or duty may be imposed on such Importation, not exceeding ten dollars for each Person.



This section of the Constitution (containing eight clauses restricting or prohibiting legislation affecting the importation of slaves, the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus, the enactment of bills of attainder or ex post facto laws, the levying of taxes on exports, the granting of preference to ports of one State over another, the granting of titles of nobility, et cetera) is devoted to restraints upon the power of Congress and of the National Govern[p.345]ment,1683 and in no respect affects the States in the regulation of their domestic affairs.1684
The above clause, which sanctioned the importation of slaves by the States for twenty years after the adoption of the Constitution, when considered with the section requiring escaped slaves to be returned to their masters, Art. IV, Sec. 1, cl. 3, was held by Chief Justice Taney in Scott v. Sandford,1685 to show conclusively that such persons and their descendants were not embraced within the term “citizen” as used in the Constitution. Today, this ruling is interesting only as an historical curiosity.

Clause 2. The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it.
This clause is the only place in the Constitution in which the Great Writ is mentioned, a strange fact in the context of the regard with which the right was held at the time the Constitution was written1686 and stranger in the context of the role the right has come to play in the Supreme Court’s efforts to constitutionalize federal and state criminal procedure.1687
Only the Federal Government and not the States, it has been held obliquely, is limited by the clause.1688 The issue that has always excited critical attention is the authority in which the clause places the power to determine whether the circumstances warrant suspension of the privilege of the Writ.1689 The clause itself does[p.346]not specify, and while most of the clauses of 9 are directed at Congress not all of them are.1690 At the Convention, the first proposal of a suspending authority expressly vested “in the legislature” the suspending power,1691 but the author of this proposal did not retain this language when the matter was taken up,1692 the present language then being adopted.1693 Nevertheless, Congress’ power to suspend was assumed in early commentary1694 and stated in dictum by the Court.1695 President Lincoln suspended the privilege on his own motion in the early Civil War period,1696 but this met with such opposition1697 that he sought and received congressional authorization.1698 Three other suspensions were subsequently ordered on the basis of more or less express authorizations from Congress.1699


WE ARE THE ORIGINAL ARCHITECS

WE ARE THE ORIGINAL SHIP BUILDERS WE ARE HERCULES 
When suspension operates, what is suspended? In Ex parte Milligan,1700 the Court asserted that the Writ is not suspended but only the privilege, so that the Writ would issue and the issuing court on its return would determine whether the person applying can proceed, thereby passing on the constitutionality of the suspension and whether the petitioner is within the terms of the suspension.




MY:Bill of Rights;First AmendmentSecond Amendment
Third Amendment 

RIGHT TO BE HEARD HABEAS CORPUS

Guantanamo Bay detention camp:




SYAY OUT OF MY RELIGION,


 I'LL STAY OUT OF YOURS


SYAY OUT OF MY RELIGION,

 I'LL STAY OUT OF YOURS

















STAY OUT OFMY BEDROOM,
 I'LL STAY OUT OF YOURS










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U.S. Constitution

Self-Incrimination, Due Process (1791)] (see annotations ) 







Bill of Rights

WE ARE THE ORIGINAL MERCHANTS NOW WE WORK AND DIE FOR THE REPUBLICANS

POLICE TOW
 MONEY IS IN THE TRUNK


END THE WAR ON DRUGS, JUST BECAUSE OUR CHILDREN ARE DYING OVER THEIR DRUGS
WE ARE THE SLAVES HERE. THEY ARE GUARANTEED TO TAKE THE MONEY AFTER THE DRUGS ARE SOLD WE CAN NO LONGER HAVE THE GOVERNMENT RESTRICTING OUR ENTERPRISE. IT IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL, WE MUST FIGHT TOGETHER AS MEN AND DIE TOGETHER AS MEN.

KOW YOUR RIGHTS AND FIGHT FOR THEM. DIE TOGETHER FOR THEM, ALL AROUND THE WORLD OPPRESSED AND STARVING CHILDREN AND TEACHERS WANT MORE MONEY. FOR WHAT SHOOTING OUR KIDSWE FIGHT SO MANY WARS FOR THE REPUBLICANS. NO ONE CAN FIGHT A WARFOR US,
WE HAVE FORGOTTEN WHO WE ARE. WE ARE THE FIRST LIBRARIANS, THE FIRST SHIPBUILDERS; THE FIRST MERCHANTS
FIGHT FIGHT TOGETHER. THEY DON'T CARE ABOUT US.















Fifth Amendment
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THIS BAY IS DOING 85 TO LIFE AT 15 YEARS OD LEFT WITHOUT A PARENT BY THE SYSTEM
IF YOU WERE A  PEODIFILE, WHERE WOULD YOU WANTTO WORK?

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Footnotes

1683 Barron v. Baltimore, 7 Pet. (32 U.S.) 243 (1833); Morgan v. Louisiana, 118 U.S. 455467(1886).
1684 Munn v. Illinois, 94 U.S. 113135 (1877); Johnson v. Chicago & Pacific Elevator Co., 119 U.S. 388400 (1886).
1685 19 How. (60 U.S.) 393, 411 (1857).
1686 R. Walker, The American Reception of the Writ of Liberty (Norman, Okla.: 1961).
1687 Infra, discussion under Article III.
1688 Gasquet v. Lapeyre, 242 U.S. 367369 (1917).
1689 In form, of course, clause 2 is a limitation of power, not a grant of power, and is in addition placed in a section of limitations. It might be argued, therefore, that the power to suspend lies elsewhere and that this clause limits that authority. This argument is opposed by the little authority there is on the subject. 3 M. Farrand, The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787 (New Haven: 1937), 213 (Luther Martin); Ex parte Merryman, 17Fed. Cas.144,148 (No.9487), (C.C.D. Md. 1861); but cf. 3 J. Elliot, The Debates in the Several State Conventions on the Adoption of the Federal Constitution (Washington: 2d ed. 1836), 464 (Edmund Randolph). At the Convention, Gouverneur Morris proposed the language of the present clause: the first section of the clause, down to “unless” was adopted unanimously, but the second part, qualifying the prohibition on suspension was adopted over the opposition of three States. 2 M. Farrand, op. cit., 438. It would hardly have been meaningful for those States opposing any power to suspend to vote against this language if the power to suspend were conferred elsewhere.
1690 Cf. Clauses 7, 8.
1691 2 M. Farrand, The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787 (New Haven: rev. ed. 1937), 341.
1692 Id., 438.
1693 Ibid.
1694 3 J. Story, Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States (Boston: 1833), 1336.
1695 Ex parte Bollman, 4 Cr. (8 U.S.) 75, 101 (1807).
1696 Cf. J. Randall, Constitutional Problems Under Lincoln (Urbana: rev. ed. 1951), 118–139.
1697 Including a finding by Chief Justice Taney on circuit that the President’s action was invalid. Ex parte Merryman, 17Fed. Cas.144 (No.9487) (C.C.D. Md. 1861).
1698 Act of March 3, 1863, 1, 12 Stat. 755 . See Sellery, Lincoln’s Suspension of Habeas Corpus as Viewed by Congress, 1 U. Wis. History Bull. 213 (1907).
1699 The privilege of the Writ was suspended in nine counties in South Carolina in order to combat the Ku Klux Klan, pursuant to Act of April 20, 1871, 4, 17 Stat. 14 . It was suspended in the Philippines in 1905, pursuant to the Act of July 1, 1902, 5, 32 Stat. 692 . Cf. Fisher v. Baker, 203 U.S. 174 (1906). Finally, it was suspended in Hawaii during World War II, pursuant to a section of the Hawaiian Organic Act, 67, 31 Stat. 153 (1900). Cf. Duncan v. Kahanamoku, 327 U.S. 304 (1946). For the problem of de facto suspension through manipulation of the jurisdiction of the federal courts, see infra, discussion under Article III.
1700 4 Wall. (71 U.S.) 2, 130–131 (1866).
Article I -- Table of Contents
Constitution and Statutes
24TH AMENDMENT
15TH AMENDMENT
VOTING RIGHTS ACT
42 U.S.C.A. § 1973(a)(b)
42 U.S.C.A. § 1973c
Cases
Abrams v.Johnson
Bush v. Vera
City of Mobile, Alabama v. Bolden
Holder v. Hall
Harper v. Virginia State Board of Elections
Johnson v. Mortham
Morse v. Republican Party Of Virginia
Nixon v. Kent County
Ortiz v. City Of Philadelphia Office Of The City Commissioners Voter Registration Division
 Reno v. Bossier Parish School Board
Mark E. Rush, Voting Rights and Redistricting in the United States
Shaw v. Reno
Smith v. Allwright
South Carolina vs. Katzenbach
Thornburg v. Gingles
Williams v. City Of Dallas
Articles
Celebrating Selma: The Importance Of Context In Public Forum Analysis
 Voting Rights Act Section 2: Racially Polarized Voting And The Minority Community's Representative Of Choice
 Felon Ballot Rights Sought; Convict Sues To Gain Absentee Voting For Various Inmates; 'Very Significant Issue'; Some Say Law Keeps Many Black Men From Taking Part In Elections
 The War Over King's Legacy

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The Three Trillion Dollar War: 
The True Cost of the Iraq Conflict
by Joseph E. Stiglitz

Aliya Anjum's review
Jun 01, 12




I bought this book yesterday and finished it in 24 hours, as I could not put it down.

Stiglitz is not only a skilled economist, but also a great scribe who speaks the truth. The book begins with an eye opening preface, written with the American reader in mind.

For the average arm chair American, who has no clue about the rest of the world and who imagines middle eastern nations as deserts where camels abound, this book very skillfully builds upon the media propaganda to present an enlightened view of the whole situation. Stiglitz and Bilmes build up their case beginning with the actual cost of the war for the taxpayer-who happens to be the reader. This is the best way to engage the reader who may otherwise not be critical of the war. They then make a case for the veterans for whom the average American would feel a moral obligation. Finally, they go on to explain the hidden costs on the budget and the economy overall.

Once the picture for America is complete, and the average reader finds shocking facts about the war, they then move on to the bigger or global picture. The authors then explain the war's astounding devastation for Iraq and Iraqis and how it was morally, economically and militarily wrong. The candid and courageous writing, boldly opposes the war, making very good arguments about better alternatives which would have been productive. They also make a clear case of moral equivalence when referring to Iraqi and American deaths. Finally they explain how this war has adversely affected the entire world and how it has hurt American prestige and standing the world over.

In my opinion the writing very skillfully prepares the average American to fully understand the complete picture of the far reaching consequences of this unjust war.
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