posted on Jan, 3 2014 @ 08:39 AM
reply to post by Zcustosmorum
How do you know they were forced to watch? It's part of their tradition and maybe they like working for him, how do you know
Splitting hairs - who cares if they were 'forced' or 'volunteered'? And it's hardly relevant. I'm sure it got the message across and the execution
will be indelibly stamped on the minds of all who witnessed it.
Is it part of their 'tradition' to feed anyone who disagrees with you to starving dogs?
I'm not passing comment or judgement on the act itself, I'm just saying it would have sent a clear message to everyone who witnessed it.
To a certain degree, it's brilliant, cheap to do, possible entertainment for the aides.
It's not brilliant - as you rightly pointed out earlier, acts of brutality are all too commonplace throughout human history and in almost every
Over here if you got charged for treason, providing they didn't make a deal, they would get locked up to rot, at huge cost to us, the taxpayers.
I suspect that unless it was deemed necessary to carry out some sort of show trial for public consumption most people guilty of treason would be
quietly offed in a discrete manner. (Unless of course they were a member of 'the establishment' themselves in which case it would be hushed up, a
DA-Notice placed on it and the guilty party told to stop being a naughty boy).
What's the smarter option?
Perhaps we should be asking what's the right option?
I think they should televise this stuff, so the taxpayer actually gets something back.
One step away from The Hunger Games or The Running Man.
edit on 3/1/14 by Freeborn because: typo