reply to post by Jean Paul Zodeaux
Hey! You are plagiarizing the concept of Taxman from the Beatles! Lucky you were not in a crime free zone! urh.. what?!?
I thought the concept to be laughable, but with the way it is designed, it could become a very powerful tool. I stopped laughing when I read it was
If, by providence, an elected one decided to put it, let's say on an oil spill, what would be the consequences?
How would corporations
be subjected to it? If a corporation gets the rights of a living body, surely it is expected to be subjected by it?
Tho in the end, to much abuse of it will remove the "rarity" of the fact and the respect for it.
As for the thread about Hate Free zones, it is designed for the minds of the kids who complied to it in school, and translated for them in "real"
life situations. They will grow up with it and end up finding it natural. Like televisions are for our generations.
But I agree with you on the fact it is kind of strange and bothering; what we get to see, in the end is: CRIME, HATE, INTOLERANCE, MURDER, etc. You
know what I mean? It is like when cigarettes producers were paying for ads that would incite kids not to smoke. They would picture someone cool
looking smoking, in a vibrant and impressive fashion, surrounded by not so big letters telling kids smoking would be bad.
In the hands of a fascist, it could put anywhere, after passing any kind of restricting regulations or criminalizing new laws, and get pretty much
Lastly, does it mean crime-free zones will be more guarded than crime-allowed ones?
I just thought: since everything seems to be on the verge of being declared illegal, it would not be surprising, then, to see the "Elites" declare
their homes crime-free zones, and have police force concentrated around them, leaving the people in a far-west like society, allowing them to stomp us
that much more... sigh...
I told you I stopped laughing at one point...