1. Katrina happened between Aug. 23 and Sept. 3, 2005. This is the 9th anniversary of a catastrophic emergency caused by a category 5 hurricane that displaced 90 percent of New Orleans residents and killed approximately 1,883 people. Many people never recovered. FEMA was criticized for its slow response.
2. See CAMP FEMA – AMERICAN LOCKDOWN embedded below and at YouTube linkhttp://youtu.be/in7GapiJrZ0 In looking for information about Katrina, I found the documentary embedded below (CoIntelPro moved it, and I replaced it). The fact that FEMA’s stated purpose in the documentary is to “maintain the existing social order,” like CoIntelPro, is objectionable to me as a black woman and a Christian. Probably because I am a black woman and a Christian, they also object to me.
3. No acceptable explanation for the delayed response after Katrina victims was given. Hundreds of people who lived through the initial storm perished needlessly. I sympathize with families who suffered loss. My own demands for accountability regarding the secret arrest and wrongful death of Larry Neal, my mentally, physically disabled brother, have also been denied. The government has a duty to protect the rights of citizens, especially Americans with disabilities, but my inquiries were met with censorship. The censorship and persecution I experience increased as I began advocating for other mentally challenged people as well as condemned prisoners and inmates who appear to be wrongfully convicted.
4. The present social order being maintained is extremely class conscious and racist. This is proved by America’s prison population, which is overwhelmingly comprised of people who are black, brown, red or poor whites. But most alarming is the fact that 1.25 million of America’s prisoners have mental illnesses. Furthermore, mentally dysfunctional citizens comprise over half of the nation’s police violence victims and 60 percent of the inmates in torturous solitary confinement, said to be roughly 80,000 people.
5. I perceive violations against an individual’s human and civil rights as problems that should be resolved, without regard to persons’ race, ethnicity, and their socioeconomic or health status. That is why I founded and direct ASSISTANCE TO THE INCARCERATED MENTALLY ILL. It is time to decriminalize mental illness and restore community safety by treating sick people timely instead of awaiting crimes to excuse arrests (to enrich prison investors). Therefore, AIMI will take the USA before the United Nations on behalf of untreated mentally ill people whose denial of treatment led to long-term homelessness, mass incarceration, brutality, and many avoidable deaths. Google “AIMI vs. USA” for more information.
6. AIMI vs. USA claimants will meet in telephone conferences on the first weekend of each month until the “AIMI vs. USA” Complaint is filed in International Court. Claimants demand financial restitution for long-term homelessness, brutal lunacy arrests, patient abuse, prisoner torture (including long-term solitary confinement), and wrongful deaths, among other avoidable conditions that erode the quality of life for mentally ill citizens and people who love them.
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Hear the most recent recording of AIMI’s telephone conferences at (605) 562-0029, Meeting ID Code: 992-212-6509. I am sorry that my advocacy to decriminalize mental illness puts me at odds with so many immoral, wealthy and apparently dangerous people, but nobody should be secretly arrested and murdered by his government like my disabled brother was. No one should be mistreated under the color of law like individuals in Dog Justice blog at http://DogJusticeforMentallyIll.blogspot.com
Mandela was correct. He said:
10. The documentary CAMP FEMA: AMERICAN LOCKDOWN explains my persecution and censorship. I have been trying for a decade to CHANGE the present social order into one where there is “liberty and justice for ALL.” Meanwhile FEMA seems to exist in part to “continue the present social order.” Therefore, my right to exercise free speech and freedom of press is a matter of contention for white supremacist elitists and their Confederate black soldiers in the government. They are very racist. Nevertheless, I continue.
11. Doing advocacy for “the least among us, His brethren” is not optional for Christians or for anyone who values freedom. I believe that Americans must embrace the principles in the Declaration of Human Rights, the U.S. Constitution, and inherent in the biblical admonishment to treat others as we wish to be treated. As we near election day 2014, it seems more important than ever to elect local and national officials who embrace those principles.
12. One never knows when documentaries like “Camp FEMA: American Lockdown” might become unavailable online. The producers offer the opportunity to purchase a copy, saying:
13. “Camp FEMA: American Lockdown – FULL MOVIE. Please support the film makers and purchase a DVD. Recent legislation attempting to legitimize the use of internment camps to detain U.S. citizens in the event of an uprising or civil unrest has many people asking what nation they live in. In a country born out of political dissent, we watch our leaders in Washington slowly pass bills that label ordinary Americans as thought criminals and potential domestic terrorists for simply questioning the actions of their government.”
14. It is a mystery how so many black people were induced to become CoIntelPro agents with the agenda of “maintaining the existing social order.” Observing how blacks were treated during Katrina demonstrates what the social order is at present. Mind control must be possible.
15. See more photographs from Hurricane Katrina at this link.
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