My opinion on the freedom of Mumia Abu Jamal is a moot point, because I can raise my voice for his freedom as much as I want to, but it doesn’t change the fact that the corporate media has a “dangerous” black guy locked up, and that is what it those indoctrinated in corporate media need to hear to be safe. However, if you want to look at Mumia Abu-Jamal as a citizen, he has done more activism behind bars then most people will ever do. If you want to look at him today, there is no reason, other than petty vengeance to keep him locked up. But he is kept locked up, not because he is innocent or guilty, but because he has stood up against the system. To the corporate controlled government, he can see past their curtains and eloquently, as a journalist, tell the people of his great land that those in charge are going to rob us of what is ours. Mumia Abu-Jamal is not locked up because he is dangerous to his fellow man, but his ideas are dangerous to the system. Thought is the real crime of Mumia Abu-Jamal. Tomorrow is his birthday, and if you are in Philadelphia, you can partake in the Celebration of Life festival to help celebrate his 60th birthday. If you can’t make it, share this to wish him a happy birthday.

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    Long Live Mumia!
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