can crime be vanished in the society?

India
October 16, 2007 8:30am CST
What are your opinions regarding this?is it possible that the crime would be out of this world and everyone would be safe? As far as my view is concerned,it can't be completely overcome but it can be controlled somewhat.what you say?? -AV
2 responses
@zidlore (251)
• Philippines
16 Oct 07
Your question made me think real hard. No, it can't be completely overcome, in my opinion. Because if there is no crime, the police will have no more jobs, so as all the other persons above them, that means the whole system of our lives will be wrecked. It is like the predators and the prey. Their relationship might look bad, cruel, gruesome, but that relationship is needed for the ecosystem to work efficiently. If that relationship will vanish, there would be overpopulation of these preys, resulting to the extinction of those things they eat, like grass, thus wrecking the balance.
• India
16 Oct 07
:)) nice reply.In short,disturbing the balance in the ecosystem,isn't it??:) But,It seems you are concerning about "police" jobs too.Are you in "police" :)? Being neutral to your comment,I am adding few things it is possible that crime can be vanished from society if we burn out the copies of "LAW".If there is no law,there are no criminals and there won't be crime too. :) Thanks for your comment. -AV
@zidlore (251)
• Philippines
17 Oct 07
No, I'm not in the police, it's only the first thing that came to my mind... :) Yeah, letting all the laws vanish will make all the crimes vanish too! That idea didn't cross my mind.
@aowaow (1517)
• Indonesia
16 Oct 07
i think if we had one side is a very boring life ever, what do you think? If all safe, what's the fun anymore?
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• India
16 Oct 07
hmm may be,catching the criminal,beating them and then waiting for the judgment.So,much wastage of fun.:-) Thanks for your comment, -AV