Is there no constitutional protection? The Thirteenth Amendment, after all, goes farther than abolishing slavery, under which human beings are property that can be bought and sold:
“Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.”
via AAPS News May 2015 – Involuntary Servitude.
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Reblogged this on dandahan and commented:
Guantanamo, detention without trial (duly convicted?) no, no no.
Duly tortured I do think so, yes, yes, yes..
Imprisoned without trial for more than 15 years, I do believe that The USA , The Land Of The Free and Home of the Brave torturers are guilty.
And The US of A demands that other countries must observe Human Rights protocols.
How is that then?
THE USA demand standards of others while rejecting Human Rights obligations in the USA.?
Moderation is nice, not awaiting “censoration” then?
Censoring is not a nice word. We await “moderation” …meaning reduce (by interference) the written word…?
Moderate the meaning or wipe the comment … easier to wipe…yea wipe…
PC is thought control is political control and moderation is a term permitted in the PC world of speech control.
Careful now, you may enter the arena of Involuntary Servitude from the wrong direction Aha.