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PostSubject: Human rights.   Sat Mar 17, 2007 3:04 pm

Capital punishment, corporal punishment, torture, starvation.....

What are your thoughts?
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PostSubject: Re: Human rights.   Mon Mar 19, 2007 10:52 am

I'm against all Capital punishment. The should not have hanged Saddam Hussein.

And they are torturing David Hicks by injecting him with drugs so that he will be in no physical or mental state when he goes on trial next week.

Starvation. Bush killed hundreds of thousands of Iraqi people by placing embargoes on Iraq.

Corporal punishment in schools, prisons and institutions is a subject that would take too long to give my views on.
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PostSubject: I too am against these!   Mon Mar 26, 2007 11:29 pm

I am against these.
One requires some luck,in this world,especially as regards,the family,community,country,race etc to which one is born in.Thus a person born in the UK,in a comparatively good family would be better off than one born,in the present-day,iraq for example.
Our society is partly responsible for the creation of criminals,drug addicts,alcoholics etc. That is the underworld,which generally,specialises in these things, is allowed to flourish,by the Government.Some politicians even get elected by the clout and lobbying power of such groups.
Our world has become very very complex,with only one aim:-MAKE AS MUCH MONEY AS POSSIBLE.This philosophy has its pitfalls,like,creation of the unfortunate individuals-criminals.(except some psychopaths).
What is needed is guidance to the youth from the formative years,as to what is desirable,in LIFE.If the Governments,put emphasize on this aspect,we would be fortunate to see less of these unfortunate criminals etc,with the accompanying "PUNISHING"mechanisms becoming redundant.
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PostSubject: Re: Human rights.   Fri Apr 06, 2007 4:48 pm

veerar wrote:
I am against these.
One requires some luck,in this world,especially as regards,the family,community,country,race etc to which one is born in.Thus a person born in the UK,in a comparatively good family would be better off than one born,in the present-day,iraq for example.
Our society is partly responsible for the creation of criminals,drug addicts,alcoholics etc. That is the underworld,which generally,specialises in these things, is allowed to flourish,by the Government.Some politicians even get elected by the clout and lobbying power of such groups.
Our world has become very very complex,with only one aim:-MAKE AS MUCH MONEY AS POSSIBLE.This philosophy has its pitfalls,like,creation of the unfortunate individuals-criminals.(except some psychopaths).
What is needed is guidance to the youth from the formative years,as to what is desirable,in LIFE.If the Governments,put emphasize on this aspect,we would be fortunate to see less of these unfortunate criminals etc,with the accompanying "PUNISHING"mechanisms becoming redundant.
Very Happy

Absolutely.

GWWW3B ("God" bless him) presided as the Texas governor over 152 execution cases and "authorised" all of them. Then Americans elected him as president...... TWICE!!!! So, America, you bloodthirsty nation of 300,000,000 huthings, YOU approved of that?

The murder of people via "the death penalty" is still a cherished rite of "justice" in about 70 countries. Around 95% of all murders committed under "the death penalty" occur in just 4 countries: Saudi Arabia, Iran, China and the U.S.....

......And don't get me started on the insanity of the other tortures relating to the "glory" of corporal punishment!!!.....

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I am against these.
One requires some luck,in this world,especially as regards,the family,community,country,race etc to which one is born in.Thus a person born in the UK,in a comparatively good family would be better off than one born,in the present-day,iraq for example.
Our society is partly responsible for the creation of criminals,drug addicts,alcoholics etc. That is the underworld,which generally,specialises in these things, is allowed to flourish,by the Government.Some politicians even get elected by the clout and lobbying power of such groups.
Our world has become very very complex,with only one aim:-MAKE AS MUCH MONEY AS POSSIBLE.This philosophy has its pitfalls,like,creation of the unfortunate individuals-criminals.(except some psychopaths).
What is needed is guidance to the youth from the formative years,as to what is desirable,in LIFE.If the Governments,put emphasize on this aspect,we would be fortunate to see less of these unfortunate criminals etc,with the accompanying "PUNISHING"mechanisms becoming redundant.

(Yeah, right...). LOL

And I'll flog anynoe who disagrees.....
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