How did I decide which candidate to support for president? I chose the man most likely to end gangstalking against American citizens, which I endure to hide my handicapped brother's murder while under secret arrest http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2012/04/burning-cross-to-terrorize-neal-family.html . That is so racist. It's a bonus that Ron Paul is also the only candidate who has a platform against avoidable wars, the proliferation of the prison industrial complex, and he introduced H.R.3785 to repeal the CONCENTRATION CAMP provision in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). They are referred to as "re-education camps" in the link near the end of this article. I do not agree with Rep. Paul on everything, but I doubt if he'd censor or banish Americans to concentration camps over our points of disagreement. He probably wouldn't order hits on Americans without criminal charges and trials, either. So, for me it was a simple decision. I support the candidate who seems most committed to upholding the Constitution. Who did you choose? What were your reasons?
For me, the only campaign issue is whether our country will continue its slide into Nazism or if The People will unite and elect Ron Paul to arrest the slide to hell and return Amercans' human and civil rights.
I am persecuted, censored, and terrorized for advocating for mentally challenged Americans of all races. Visit my online group CoIntelPro-like agents took over - Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill. See also Dog Justice for Mentally Ill at http://DogJusticeforMentallyIll.blogspot.com . I started my advocacy after the secret arrest and wrongful death of my brother, Larry Neal. It was surprising and painful to know that the mentally ill in America are warehoused and mistreated in prisons - 1.25 million sick people, rather than treated in hospitals and community care. Nazi Germany began its Holocaust by isolating and killing roughly 400,000 people who were labeled as mentally ill, including two-year-olds, whether they looked Aryan or Jewish.
One man who signed my family's petition for "Dog Justice 4 Larry Neal" wrote a comment: "You can have justice in America if you can afford to pay for it." Perhaps under Ron Paul, things will be different. Of course, Paul doesn't look much like me, but I am not so narcissistic to think it matters. I like the idea of avoiding WWIII for many years and reducing the number of people flooding into prisons to enable corporations and government agencies to lay off workers who are "free" (debtors' prisons are back!). It seems a good idea to stop the growth of the citizens police force (neighborhood spies and gangstalkers), end censorship and terrorism against people who stand up for what used to be our CIVIL RIGHTS, and eliminate the threat of the White House using CONCENTRATION CAMPS that are presently being staffed to intern people without any reason being named and without allowing victims any opportunity for defense. "BANISH THEM TO THE CAMPS! THEY'RE WEARING BLUE, AND I LIKE GREEN!" (Since no reason for putting people in indefinite military detention camps is necessary, any reason will do.) I covered the subject in "AVOID SLAVERY - SUPPORT H.R.3785" http://justicegagged.blogspot.com/2012/02/avoid-slavery-support-hr3785.html . It seems the more American jobs that are outsourced overseas and to prison labor projects, the more prisons open in the U.S.A., where 1 in 9 young black men presently suffer and where one million inmates (prison slaves) work up to 72 hours weekly on jobs that were removed from the public sector. Do you know anyone who is unemployed because corporations can ship Americans' jobs overseas or behind prison walls without penalty and still get tax breaks, credits, and bailouts if desired? Do you know anyone who is imprisoned at the cost to struggling taxpayers of $50,000 per year or more? Does the inmate you know work for a big corporation or a government entity? Is it a former union job?
I never planned to go "back to Africa," but I resent attacks on that continent, which I feel are done because she is rich in diamonds, oil, unspoiled real estate, and has a fine crop of dark potential prison laborers. The problem is that protesting war may be considered "belligerent." The purpose of Section 1021 of NDAA is supposedly to provide concentration camps to indefinitely intern people who were connected with bombing the trade towers (good idea!) and those who are "belligerent" against the U.S. Government. Since there are probably not more than a few people who helped to destroy the Trade Towers, possibly millions of camp detainees will be interned for being contentious with Pharaohs. If African Americans and other minorities have to watch our relatives get secretly arrested and killed without complaint (which is what the Neal family is demanded to do), and if whites are moral enough to oppose that happening, I suppose officials are right to hire lots of camp guards, which seems to be happening now. The Army started recruiting for "Internment Resettlement Specialists" even before November 30, 2011, when Congress passed NDAA. See the ad at this link: http://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs/browse-career-and-job-categories/legal-and-law-enforcement/internment-resettlement-specialist.html . Have you ever said anything that is contentious with Congress or the White House? Have you or someone you love attended any protests? Is anything "belligerent" on your email and social media accounts?
Video: Leaked U.S.Army Document Outlines Plan for US ReEducation Camps