Celldweller journal: Fractured mirror of society pt. 7 – entry 16

Brookshire, Levert, III (Sékou)

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Levert III (Sekou) Brookshire Arizona Celldweller journal: Fractured mirror of society pt. 7 - entry 16 This degeneration, that I describe to you, Eventually leads us to their social garbage disposal system, They Have created for disposing of their 'expendable', 'non-contributing', 'non-voting', 'non-tax-paying' citizen's. Converting us into 'Livestock', 'cattle' herds, charging the taxpayers, 40k a head, for our upkeep and maintnance, then shuffle us around, from one corral to the next, (prison to prison), Of course, when the real family structures weaken, the power of the surrounding peer group becomes stronger, eventually it replaces our real family. We begin to make, our own attempts to be seen, and heard. By 'Hustling' and making money in the 'Criminal' World, getting ourselves 'fasionable' clothes, 'flashy' cars, and violent 'street' reputations. Some of us like myself, begin to father several illigitimate children by several different women, unconsciously trying to display our own masculinity. In the end, we realize that our efforts have no real sustainable effect. Society responds to us, like a creature, a monster, someone to be afraid of, captured and locked up. We are told by society, that we must obey laws that have no respect for us, and at one time, were used to enslave us, but, told to forget that it ever happened, move on. This impacts our view of society, starting at an early age, then continuing into adulthood. My parents, passed it on to me, their parents passed it on, to them. 'Society' strengthens it. Then we are finally left with two outcomes 'die' in the wicked violent streets, or landing inside one of these prisons as another 'CellDweller'. Where, some CellDwellers like myself, come to understand, just because our actions had led us to these places, living behind fences. The mind and spirit still belong to us, no prison built can hold them back. The CellDweller Levert Brookshire Transcribed: 2017-04-30

Author: Brookshire, Levert, III (Sékou)

Author Location: Arizona

Date: August 16, 2013

Genre: Essay

Extent: 1 pages

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