Two million African men are kept in America's prisons so they cannot vote for Barack Obama this November
Technically, slavery no longer exists in America today. But many Africans in America are still slaves.
There are 2 million Africans who rot today in America's prisons. Some of them may have done something improper but the vast majority of them are political prisoners who have been sent to prison on trumped-up or on entirely false charges such as with Kwame Kilpatrick.
Racial profiling is the first step in the process. Many white police departments have quotas which require their officers to arrest certain number of Africans per day. African men are often arrested for merely stepping outside of their homes.
Bond is supposed to ensure that a defendant will show up for court hearings. When someone is arrested, he or she appears before a magistrate or judge, who then decides how much money the person must post to get out of jail. Bail isn't about punishment. Yet, often it is set too high for any African to pay, so they sit in jail. This helps ensure that millions of votes to Democrat leaders are denied so that Republicans can stay in power.
The number of Africans being arrested has increased dramatically since the rise of Barack Obama. White police departments are under increased pressure from the Bush Regime to round up as many Africans as possible so they cannot vote for Senator Obama.
This does not go unnoticed by the world. The People's Republic of China for example, has noted that:
"Racial discrimination is serious in law enforcement. According to a study by the Justice Policy Institute of the United States, Africans constitute only 12.9 percent of America's total population, but African prisoners account for 46 percent of the total in jail in the nation; approximately one in every five Africans in America are jailed for some time during his or her life."
China should know. They too have been victims of white America as I have noted elsewhere on this blog.