This, of course, does not address your witless claim about industrial output from prisons in the United States. It does show, however, that the incarcerated population of the United States is not
in fact approaching 1%--and without historical data, there is no way to tell whether or not it is growing, or at what rate, or over what period of time. All of those are statistical questions which would be crucial to assessing the justice of any claim about "approaching 1%." As well, the difference between the 665 per 100,000 of Russia and the 700 per 100,000 in the United States (alleged figures) is just five persons per hundred thousand, which is to say, a difference of one two-hundredth of a percentage point. Not much of a distinction.
Your raw data, for which the provenance is, so far, dubious, does not address issues such as the conditions in which people are incarcerated (the comparison to Mexico is laughable on that score), nor putative rates of crime in the societies compared (once again, taking the example of Mexico, where police chiefs, prosecutors and judges are shot down in the streets--not much incentive to go after the perpetrators, is there?).
But, for sheer Chicken Little hysterical indignation, you're doing a great job.