The vid above is less than 10 minutes yet details some awful, inhumane conditions. Before any of you lurkers tell me, "Hey, Bruce, this isn't relevant to me; we don't have that sort of fiercely punitive incarceration system in my country," my challenge is to listen again to the last minute of the video, which shows how the UK and Australia are following in the Americans' footsteps.
If THAT's not enough to get your attention, take a look at how censorship has become the order of the day at Facebook and on other social media, which are owned by the same caliber of billion-dollar corporations that run those private prisons in the vid. Are you really naive enough to believe that censorship is as far as it will ever go? Dream on!! Because if your dissenting voice ever becomes a 'threat to national security'(or 'the public welfare'), guess where you're going? Julian Assange has already found out the hard way, and it doesn't matter one bit if your country doesn't have a network of private prisons; they'll just ship your ass to the U.S. or some other player in the global cabal and incarcerate you THERE. As the Assange case has shown us, you don't even have to be guilty of a true crime if you simply annoy the wrong people who have the power to take vengeance upon you