Cowardly New World OR Trump And Hitler Solve The Same Problem The Same Way (MyLot Exclusive #1224)

@xander6464 (40196)
Wapello, Iowa
February 23, 2023 2:13pm CST
Have you ever pondered the economic advantages of beating children to death? If you haven't, don't worry about it. David Eastman, a Republican State Representative in Alaska, has covered that base for you ((Video Linked Below)). Meanwhile, Failed Former President, Perpetual Loser and...God Willing...Soon To Be Imprisoned Donny Trump is talking about how we need to be tougher on kids. Are these two events occurring at the same time a coincidence? Oh, and the current drive in Iowa and many other states to end child labor restrictions---Is that tied into all this, too? While you debate that, I want to point out that Diaper Don is also talking about making Capital Punishment more common (He has hinted, but not directly said yet, that he wants to see a lot of kids executed, too) at the same time. As usual, I'm not going to inject my personal feelings into this. I report. You decide. I am done with this one now. Except for some long-winded historical trivia for those who are interested in it. Diaper Don has expressed interest in bringing back the Guillotine. This is interesting because the Nazis also liked the Guillotine. It is an extremely economical, fast and efficient means of execution. About the only thing better is the method preferred by China. Simply shooting the condemned in the back of the head (Which is always cost-effective unless you find yourself losing a long protected war that's cutting off all your resources and that makes even inexpensive small caliber bullets---When bravely shooting into the back of someone's head at point-blank range, all you need is a .22---too valuable to waste on criminals). The problem with it is that (Outside of China) you run into too many Soft On Crime Libtards who say, "I'm not shooting a 16-year-old in the back of the head because she has too many parking tickets!" Hitler had the same problem. Yes, even the SS and Gazpacho Police were plagued with Soft On Crime Libtards. Not as soft as our Libtards but still pretty soft. The Guillotine smooths over that problem because there are more people willing to strap a teen to a table that looks much like a harmless and enjoyable massage table and then chop off her or his head than will shoot them. And you can do far more per hour than you can with hanging, lethal injection, firing squad, electric chair and (American Style) gas chamber. If you have Nazi-style gas chambers, you might be able to do more but they still come with additional problems. And you don't have to waste a bullet. If Diaper Donny doesn't start pointing out the economic benefits of beheading kids (And adults. It works just as well on old people) soon, he'll be missing out on a great opportunity to further impress his cult. ************** Republican Representative Says Children Dying From Child Abuse Is GOOD For America Farron Balanced
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@jstory07 (132932)
• Roseburg, Oregon
23 Feb 23
We have a bunch of sick o's that would harm children.
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@vandana7 (98177)
• India
23 Feb 23
I don't know ...we Indians are famous for abusing kids...I remember as a kid I took at least two rounds of beating every vacation. Dad says I was naughty. Do I sound like a naughty kid. I am so sweet.
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@xander6464 (40196)
• Wapello, Iowa
23 Feb 23
@jstory07 We have a bunch of sick o's that would harm children. ------------------And way too many people who are OK with it.
@Plethos (13618)
• United States
23 Feb 23
the you go over the top with your post, makes me want Trump to win in 2024.
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@xander6464 (40196)
• Wapello, Iowa
23 Feb 23
Even if he's in prison? Or do you think he'll manage to stay out of jail? That still seems to be an even money bet but I'm interested in hearing what people think.
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@sallypup (56981)
• Centralia, Washington
23 Feb 23
@Plethos Donny is not above the law. Justice must be served.
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@Plethos (13618)
• United States
23 Feb 23
@xander6464 - democrats put themselves in a bind. if he gets imprisoned, he willbecome a political martyr, he maga movement may become greatr.
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@vandana7 (98177)
• India
23 Feb 23
I have never been for capital punishment. There are always some innocent ones who get caught in the system be it overambitious policeman or corrupt policeman. At times, evidences too get stacked up against the person, and life passes by them. So to that extent I don't qualify as Nazi. That said, I want changes in laws out here. Punishments if they are not effective in controlling the crime should be changed. They also should become more contemporary. Like we have this Aadhaar Card which is an identity card... So if a person rapes ..that card should become red - kinda people need to verify the card's color. The jobs such a person gets will be of lower cadre, no chances of getting rich and comfortable in the country...his assets get taken over, his parents also lose 50 percent of the assets and his children and spouse lose all assets but remain eligible for minimum maintenance and education costs. Annually, the government declares this year this will be the minimum maintenance. The person and his family including children and grandchildren would not be eligible to hold any government office or work in any government job for the next 100 years, and the parents too would lose their job if any. You guessed it right...in India, serious monetary punishments should be tried to control crimes. Beating does no help...
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@vandana7 (98177)
• India
24 Feb 23
@xander6464 Parents here will fight tooth and nail to save the kids...and buy out witnesses. Grandparents too. They encourage wrong behavior as well. A lot of torts go on like that...like beating servants...yup. Then the criminal knowing his behavior or need may transfer everything in the names of children and spouse or parents...rarely siblings...maybe siblings when he/she does not have wife and kids. It then becomes easy for him / her to bribe corrupt police people and prolong cases threaten the victim... We have a famous case of a politician having raped a girl...he went on to kill the girl and maim the advocate... What is the point in penalizing him only 2500000 INR (roughly 30150 USD) when his wealth and that of his family members is at least 100 times that? He can use any official threaten them...loss of job, transfer, murders...that is so easy........even their kids win elections ...so ..............yeah...there has to be percentage loss to relatives if wrong values are inculcated or wrong values are supported just because the person is family. Values should be above family...is my contention. The evil me also feels ... it is time to equate girls and boys in India. In India, boys get hefty dowry. Most of the time around 100000 USD at least in my surroundings. The girl downstairs paid 350000 USD as dowry and she is a software engineer. It is illegal so we never know the actual figure...but we heard that figure when the mother of the guy was boasting. So if the girl is considered as a liability and fetuses are killed when the girl is born, why shouldn't guys be considered a liability too and feared? If there is fear of losing property on account of such crimes...parents would treat girl and boy on par. They will also be careful how they bring up their kids out here.
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@xander6464 (40196)
• Wapello, Iowa
25 Feb 23
@vandana7 It's wrong to beat servants? All servants? Even when it causes no real injuries?
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@xander6464 (40196)
• Wapello, Iowa
23 Feb 23
That sounds fine to me. Mostly. I'm not sure about punishing relatives of criminals. That seems a little extreme.
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@sallypup (56981)
• Centralia, Washington
23 Feb 23
Remember those movies like Children of the Corn? Let them take on Diaper Donny. I bet the kids would win.
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@xander6464 (40196)
• Wapello, Iowa
23 Feb 23
That is a very good idea.
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