originally posted by: jackj
Well, notice they said "watch", not "stop" or "prevent". Nothing can prevent crimes from happening
How can you be so sure? What do you base your assertion on?
Are you saying the Divine Creator is not omnipotent?
Have you truly exhausted all possibilities, or do you just like throwing blanket statements around without thinking?
There are things that can prevent crimes from happening, and it should be childishly easy to figure it out.
Not all those things are desirable, perhaps, but they exist nevertheless. Let me list some that I can come up with right now, without any research or
looking at my old notes or anything. (And please remember that I am not the brightest bulb in the box, or even outside the box)
1) Developing the human soul and understanding (not the legal definition of the word though!), plus spreading truth and information about how things
really are. When humans are cultivated and spiritually evolved enough, their morality will not allow them to commit any crimes.
2) Making 'crime' lawful
(this could happen, but it would take a really long time, because the LAW is based on precedent cases over thousands of years (or so), and is also
loosely based on the ten commandments - it's the 'generally accepted behaviour norms' of the planet. "Legal System" is another matter altogether, and
it's only crime to break the rules of that system if you have specifically consented to being governed by it (and you haven't claimed your rights and
thus freed yourself from this falsely (and with malice of forethought) imposed bond) -- LAW changes very slowly because of what it is, but 'legal
system' probably changes every day or at least every month.)
Of course, there are many variations of this. It's a ludicrous and somewhat oxymoronic thought of course, to make 'crime' 'lawful' - but if we talk
about doing 'crimes' against 'legal systems', they are perfectly lawful (because they are not really crimes to begin with, except in certain
conditions, as mentioned). Still, with long enough a timeline, you could basically abolish all laws (after all, law IS a human-made thing, albeit a
very deeply rooted and historic one), even if you can't erase human rights (which no human can ever do - but as everyone has an unlimited right to
contract, it means that a human being can deny himself/herself the ability to USE these rights, if they wish).
3) Force people to live in such tight system that all crime becomes impossible
4) Use psychics and remote viewing in a systematic, wide-scale way, to know exactly when someone even thinks of committing a crime, and then
'persuade' them out of it (or murder them - hey, this post is not about what's right, it's about what's possible)
5) Reduce the number of people to a controllable amount.
This means, you can control what kind of people you let live in a certain community. No 'criminal element' is accepted, and so on. With a bit of
esoteric knowledge, you could even prevent 'criminal souls' from being incarnated in a certain area. If you have only ten people on the planet, and
you know each individual very well, and know they would never commit a crime, that would pretty much guarantee there wouldn't be any crime. Now, the
same principle can be used for a larger amount of people just as easily.
6) Make the world so good, that no one would ever see, feel or hear any need to commit a crime
This requires no explanation - if everyone had everything they could ever want, for free, and they could help everyone in any way they want to,
everyone could feel important and do work that matters, and thus the joy of work would be brought back, but there would be absolutely no need to steal
anything, because you could have it anyway for free. There would be no need to mug anyone, there wouldn't be jealousy because the neighbourg has a
bigger home entertainment kit.. um.. set? Theater? If every necessity of life and even a lot of the luxuries were freely and easily available for
everyone, the motive for crime would plummet. Why would you beat up anyone, if you have all the same luxuries as him? Why would you steal, if you can
have the same object for yourself? Why would you create fraud or .. well, you get the idea.
These are just 'from the top of my head', so to say. I am sure that by sitting to really think about this, reading my old notes and researching, I
could come up with more. But I don't want to rob you, dear reader, from the excitement of the discovery when you realize you can think up more
plausible ways of preventing crime.
There are more, I assure you.. but this should convince you that your statement is utterly wrong, unless you'd like to refine it, of course.
P.S. I am still coming up with more, and am right now at the number 12. So something's gotta be done about your statement!
edit on 25-4-2014 by
Shoujikina because: (no reason given)