Interview with Prisoner James Dzelajlija (aka. BlAcKjAcK)

  • Posted on: 16 August 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

James Dzelajlija aka: BlAcKjAcK: Tha Ar$oni$t. is a Christian, prisoner, rap artist, and free thinker with some anarchist views. This is interview was recorded over a series of 9+ phone calls that James made while in prison at Lebanon Correctional in Lebanon, Ohio from May 2017 to July 2017. He describes how is was accused of being a leader of an anarchist prison gang, The Army of the Twelve Monkeys (A12M) and spent 11 months in segregation with Sean Swain as a result. James gives account to horrific events that he has faced during his imprisonment that led to him accepting Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. Included in this interview are two original spoken word pieces that James performs over the phone, Free Inmate Letter and Firestarter. At the time of this posting, James was a prisoner at Lebanon Correctional, but had been approved for early judicial release. It is my prayer that he will be soon released to his family and friends in Cleveland, Ohio. I trust that you will enjoy this interview as much as a enjoyed putting it together.

Blessings, Liz Sarver



I chose Machiavelli over Jesus, I don't burn witches at the stake, I make a deal with them and we both walk away happy.

That's .. not what Machiavelli's point was.

What I meant was 'the end justifies the means' which may not actually have been Machiavelli's outstanding methodology, I'm more the Mozi admirer as regards this ethical position, you aren't going to split hairs about consequences and how the judicial system deals with offenders and the results of their actions are you? So basically I'm saying motive is significant evidence whereas the Christian view is that motive is irrelevent because it is forgivable.

You're trying to name-drop and sound clever and failing at it, as usual.

I forgive you ;)

WAADDDDUUPPPPPPP fuck yea this guy. thanks for this

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