Hey guys, just wondering what everyone's view of the death penalty is.
Well, no, not just the death penalty, the whole judicial system in general.
Lol, this spanned from an interesting conversation about the control society has over us and the fact also that humans love change, even if it harms their protection.
Hm, s'pose I should give my slant...
In my opinion, no-one should have the right to control another person.
This affects the judicial system also; laws preventing humans to do as they wish because it might unsettle others slightly, and the general control society has over everything we do and even think.
But then we have the problem of what to do with a person that is harming or potentially at risk of haming another, yes intervention would have to come into it.
Hm, but rotting away in a cell for the rest of their lives?
Their life being ended for them?
Bringing me back to the death penalty...
Hm, any thoughts welcome:)
You guys might be interesting my other post too is s'pose, it's kinda more on change, why and how we have come about it.