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Do I use the DRCNet You bet I do

First I use it as a compass to keep my own sanity from falling for the propaganda that is spewed out over the capitalist media 24/7 to keep the drug war alive so they can strike terror into the hearts and minds of the commonweal in order to ensure we have a docile regimented work force. Such measures which would see a child torn from the arms of it's mother over marijuana found in a hair sample can be construed as nothing less than a war of terror on the domestic population. It also keeps our prisons full of free, overwhelmingly black and hispanic labourers....( the shrinking middle class actually subsidizes these work house private prisons) for private manufacturers where ever these federal prisoners are housed.
Now I live in public housing, do you have any idea how hard it is to turn around all those years of brainwashing the conservatives have used depicting the social activists from the 60's as responsible for every social problem in the country from poverty to aids and abroad those long hairs caused us to lose the war in Vietnam. It's all hog was all the time and we need publications such as your own to provide that faint glimmer of rationality into a time when revelry in irrationalism east and west alike is leading us not to greater heights in human achievement but into the abyss where human progress is a notion barely recognized anywhere on the planet more likely to be snuffed out than embraced and nurtured for what it is-our capacity to be truly human.

Sincerely,
Joseph Colangelo

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