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Originally posted by CREAM
Interesting videos, I wounder how many people have to get killed before they legalize drugs.
Originally posted by Hot_Wings
The drugs in Brazil are legal for all effective purposes. For if you can find illegal drugs anywhere, then what law opposes you. Drug legalization only works in countries with true Christian morality. Brazil does not highlight that “Drugs are good”. It highlights that when you allow the criminally minded degenerates of a society free reign over any territory, then utter chaos and misery will result. Do they use their drug money for schools? Of course not. Instead, they fund drinking and drug binges in the streets for free. That is, the first time it is free. Next time, after you're possibly hooked on cocain, you will have to pay and pay dearly.
Do they help start and run new businesses in Brazil to provide the needed jobs thier slums desire? Of course not. Do they promote security and safety for their users in the slums? Anything but. In fact, from this video, I saw no value whatsoever of the criminal gangs. They only remind of a parisitic virus that always infects a society when they allow it.
But society will not harbor them for much longer. History will repeat itself, I am sure. Just as the technology for war has made war itself an effort in futility, violent criminal gangs of this nature as well can be made futile. It is only the will of the majority of the state that need to be enacted. It takes much to enact the good nature of the majority, but if you study history, then you will see the certainty of our moment in history. The falling of the hammer of the state for justice will be, as it always has been in history, like the swift and absolute destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. But we, unlike GOD, perform retribution in the name of the supposed justice we state that we seek when the time comes that we choose to act. And so, the aftermath of our cleansing will be in the form of overwheling tyranny of government and the absolute Holocaust of those that oppose it.
In time, when the people of Brazil, and indeed the world, has had enough of murderous thugs and gangs, they will take back their countries in force and put virtually all to the sword, innocent and guilty alike. In my opinion, the world is about to see Nero's destruction of Israel on a scale never before witnessed by the hills and mountains of the earth. Technology, in its brutal efficiency, will make short work of the criminal gangs of our time. They will either fall in line or be completely destroyed, there will be no alternative. It is only the will of the people that need be spurred into action.
Soon, the criminals will venture out of their slums and ghettos and into the territories of the state's tax coffers of tourist beaches and fine hotels. And when the criminals venture too far into the territories of the elite, then they will be utterly destroyed by the overwhelming military backlash that ensues. Need I remind you of the folly of Pablo Escobar, Saddam Hussein, and Manuel Noriega? Either war or tyranny will soon oppress the world and either one can and will destroy all criminal elements but that of the state.
Barrak Obama's Brown Shirt Army may come to light sonner than expected in these times of ecconomic disaster and the inevitable rise in crime that always follows.
[edit on 19-6-2010 by Hot_Wings]
Originally posted by LarryLove
reply to post by henriquefd
Your comments about Rio are interesting. Okay, I will take your advice and when I finally get to go to Brazil I will avoid Rio and learn the culture in different areas. I did see that film, some time ago now. This might sound like a truly naive question, but how representative of Rio is the film Cidade de Deus?
Originally posted by Son of Will
Thanks for the link. I once saw a documentary that focused on the elite police force that routinely operates in the favellas of Rio de Janeiro, though I can't remember the name of it. It's a complex situation for sure.
I'm surprised this thread hasn't gotten more stars & flags, considering the response it's gotten so far.