Are you favor of Death Penalty?

Discussion in 'Business, Politics, & Debates' started by Kimpix, Sep 21, 2018.

  1. oficiarellen

    oficiarellen New Member

    No, I am not favor in Death Penalty. Perhaps if I were to alter things maybe, it would be better to be a torture penalty. Any kind of torture penalty. Because killing is a grievous sin. So perhaps, a very severe torture penalty in return for what is the crime committed. If he/she killed then, maybe they can torture it severely. But i know seeing this is also outrageous, that made you to just finish it than to be condemned in one's conscience. Maybe it would be a better labor for the guilty. So I think that would be an alternative.
  2. jzrgrl

    jzrgrl New Member

    I'm not favor of death penalty, because only God has the authority to take a person life.A statistical qeustion needs a specific answer and that is the main reason why I don't like death penalty it crosses the command of God."THOU SHALT NOT KILL." Not this kind of way in eradicating crimes there is always good way that turned a bitter into better.I've go it!..
  3. MelanthaKrasos

    MelanthaKrasos New Member

    Life is a hand-picked gift endowed to mankind by our creator. I stand upon a belief that we don't have the license to kill. More so, if justice is a necessity only for the well-off members of our society.
    My country has a flawed justice system that has send numerous number of hungry beggars inside cold prison cell for trying to steal bread, because they can't fight their hungry stomach anymore while allowing politicians who corrupted hefty amount of country funds right into their bank accounts unscathed. This is a simple scenario where justice seems to be far-outreached and inevitably only for the rich.
    Make no mistake, I believe that lawbreakers, such as murderers and rapist needs to suffer the vilest death. One that allows them to question whether death is by far better than living a life of insanity. But how do you trust a system who has long been soiled? A justice system who has plunge innocent men into their grave by impartial court trial. There is no future bleaker than an accuse who stand in court charge guilty for a crime he has never committed. Then, electrified to death until what was left is a lifeless remain because justice has no backbone and is bendable at will for those who has the power to change it.
  4. babayegabullies

    babayegabullies New Member

    A BIG YES.
    Because some of the crimes that are under capital punishment include selling of illegal drugs, murder and rape. There criminals who are repeat offenders and not scared to sell of illegal drugs, murder and rape again, these type of people are termites in our community, knowing they will only be imprisoned. These type of people and those who cannot be transformed should be put to death to project the majority
  5. HBeth

    HBeth New Member

    So, the selling of illegal drugs warrants the death penalty in your country? Marijuana is illegal in my country, and while I don't use it, I can't imagine someone being put to death for selling it.

    This is a subject of which my opinion has shifted somewhat. I used to be all for it in cases of murder. Lately, though, I question whether I want the State to have the authority to put to death any of it's free citizens.
  6. gabgab1218

    gabgab1218 Member

    When we talk about addicted human beings who kill innocent people because they are drowned to drugs, will you save them from being killed? No. They deserved their death. Think about those dumb headed individuals who do something to women because they are not on their right minds? Think about those people who kill kids and old citizens just because something's controlling their minds? People who are trying to save them were the real toxic on our community. They will never change and death is the only way for their punishment
  7. mblaster

    mblaster New Member

    we are nobody to judge whether a person gets to live or die, that itself is nothing different from cold-blooded murder.
    sitting in the courtroom and feeling happy about a death verdict even though the crime committed is a grave sin, what happens to the sense of humanity then?
    instead, life sentence to manual labor in a confined environment under surveillance may at least give a second chance to realize the mistake, apologize and be of use to the society.
  8. laiza2019

    laiza2019 New Member

    Honestly speaking, i am not in favor of death penalty. We all know that only God could bring us to judgement. All of us are sinners, we do all committed sins. Even if it is a small or a big sin, it is still a sin. But since God really loved us, He gave His one and only son just to save us and be forgiven. So what's the purpose of death penalty? But just a reminder, try to do good deeds and spread love to everyone.
  9. fpzriqat

    fpzriqat New Member

    I am in favor of death penalty. Here in the Philippines, crimes are very rampant. There are killings everywhere. People are not afraid to kill people. They are not even afraid to do things which are unimaginable.Sadly, helpless children are mostly the victims.
  10. wwaynecox

    wwaynecox New Member

    I'm in favor of the death penalty in cases of capital crimes. If one person can willingly take another person's life why should they have an expectation of life themselves. I don't believe that the death penalty is warranted in cases of negligence or accidental death BUT if a person willingly and purposely kills another then there is justification for the death penalty.
  11. MatS-3kmQ

    MatS-3kmQ New Member

    Actually, there is.
    Let's say I steal a car. What will follow is I´ll be incarcerated because I'm in "debt with society".
    That's nonsense. If anything, I'm in debt with the owner of the car.
    Justice systems around the world fail to make emends. Instead, they're based on retribution.
  12. Writerbgsmith

    Writerbgsmith New Member

    I never understood the argument that the death penalty is not a deterrent – has one executed convict ever committed another murder? So if the alternative is life imprisonment, how do we punish someone who is already serving a life sentence and commits another murder in prison? Give them another life sentence? I don't necessarily believe that capital punishment should be applied in every case of murder, but we do need to apply it in instances where there is no alternative discipline to punish the crime.

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