Do You Support the Death Penalty?

The Eurabians condemn the Americans for supporting it, blame the Chinese for executing more than anyone else, rarely blame third-world dictators for torturing and killing their opponents and let their own murderers off after a few years in luxurious prisons, where vermin is supposed to be re-socialized and transformed to re-join the human race.

With dubious results.
Europeans believe in their moral and civilizational superiority and deride America for being tough on crime.
Let us know what YOU think!


Percentage of respondents in favor of executing Saddam Hussein:

USA: 82%
Great Britain: 69%
France: 58%
Germany: 53%
Spain: 51%
Italy: 46%

5 thoughts on “Do You Support the Death Penalty?”

  1. Always find myself agreeing with your views. Interestingly,your “believe in their moral and civilizational superiority and deride America for being tough on crime” fits so well India too, which is so somnolently dead:)

  2. I wish America’s judges were tougher on crime. What do you do with somebody like this:

    Jorge Humberto Hernandez-Soto: Police say was driving more than 100 mph on the wrong side of Interstate 485 when he collided head-on with the car of 18-year-old Min Soon Chang, a freshman from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, killing him. According to authorities, the illegal alien had already been sent back to Mexico 17 times and convicted of impaired driving at least a couple of times before the November 2005 crash.
    Shouldn’t this incorrigible lowlife be hung?

    What do you do with drug dealers and suppliers who ruin the lives of people from their teenage years onward? Joseph P. Smith, the murderer of Carlie Bruscha, had been trying to get off heroin since he was 19.
    Why not give these illegal smugglers an overdose of their own product?

    And what about leakers (traitors) who give classified information to major news outlets? During the civil war Lincoln had spies like this put before the firing squad and shot. Americans usually consider Lincoln our greatest president. Why not follow his policy?

    Society is not evolving. Forms and names of movements and perps change, but the energetic forces are the same. America is weakening in justice and truth due to the sybaritic lifestyle of sensual enjoyment, indencency in the guise of entertainment and licentiousness under the plea of civil rights.

    More death penalty, please. Those who follow the law have nothing to fear from it.

  3. If Saddam wasn’t executed then what exactly would have become of him? A lifetime in prison, with the constant fear of an escape or demented followers trying to break him out. His situation would have been the same as that of the blind Sheik Omar (the Pimp) who was convicted of trying to destroy the Twin Towers in 1993-recently, he called on his followers to avenge his death in a US jail, for it would have meant the Americans murdered him. Would anyone want Saddam making such a statement?
    Personally, I think a torture penalty would be better than a death penalty-if someone is found innocent at least some sort of compensation might be arranged. If guilty, the prisoner gets a fate worse than a death many would rather have-after all, the Islamaniacs say they love death more than we love life.

  4. We don’t have the death penalty in Australia.

    However, every now and then I can see it being useful. Charles Manson to me was an ideal candidate – what is the point of letting him live?

    Re Saddam: I guess in many ways it was pointless, however muslims don’t understand any other kind of punishment so in his case I think it was the right thing to do.

    Wonder what they would do to OBL? Personally I think they haven’t caught him yet because they don’t know what to do with him. Shoot on sight would be the best option. Why give him a trial?

  5. although the Bible says “thou shalt not kill ” most Christians appear to support the death penalty. The death penalty is more akin to Arab style blood revenge – you know – an eye for an eye. I think it’s barbaric and I am sure kids a hundred years from now will read about how the death penalty used to happen even right up to the middle of the 21st century. Just like we read how the French used to have the guillotine or how Australia used to have it right up to the 1960s.

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