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(Daily Mail)   There are still a few Nazis out there, so take a good a look at that old man down the street. You never know   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 204
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2013-07-29 04:47:24 AM

karmachameleon: None of this matters.  None of it.  It's truly sad that you and others don't seem to get this.


Then explain it to me and the others who don't get it. What are we missing?
 
2013-07-29 05:09:36 AM

Uncle Tractor: karmachameleon: None of this matters.  None of it.  It's truly sad that you and others don't seem to get this.

Then explain it to me and the others who don't get it. What are we missing?


What's to explain?  Murder (and accessory to it) has no statute of limitations, which is as it should be.  There's no controversy over this, no matter how hard to try to manufacture one.

Sometimes I think these arguments get started and go on and on because people try to over-analyze and make things too complicated.  But if you just go to the root of the issue, it's very simple.  These people are either murderers or accessories to murder, and participated in one of the most infamous cases of genocide in history, and they should be hunted until they are all gone.  It's just as simple as that.
 
2013-07-29 08:54:33 AM
karmachameleon: What's to explain?  Murder (and accessory to it) has no statute of limitations, which is as it should be.  There's no controversy over this, no matter how hard to try to manufacture one.

Here i Norway, it does, and IMO it should. IIRC the limit is 20 years. If you kill someone and don't get caught the next twenty years, you're free. The police will still want to talk with you for the sake of the paperwork, but that's it.

...And you know what? I kinda agree with this. Twenty years is a long time. You are not the person you were twenty years ago, and neither is anybody else. If one is looking for justice, it's probably too late. If one is looking for revenge, one should grow the fark up. If  one wants closure, well, I can understand that, but how's that going to work by sending some senile guy to jail?

Sometimes I think these arguments get started and go on and on because people try to over-analyze and make things too complicated.  But if you just go to the root of the issue, it's very simple.  These people are either murderers or accessories to murder, and participated in one of the most infamous cases of genocide in history, and they should be hunted until they are all gone.  It's just as simple as that.

Yeah, but that boat has sailed for the Holocaust. The guilty have lived their lives in freedom. They got away. Whether they spend their last days in a prison cell or a geriatric ward .. meh. Besides, there are plenty of more recent genocides to focus on.
 
2013-07-29 10:39:45 AM

Uncle Tractor: Fano: I haven't read much of this thread, but THIS. This to me is a commitment from society that says "you commit this sort of crime, or are accessory to it, you will be hunted down for the rest of your life. There is no statute of limitations, we don't care what good you've done since then, you have to pay the piper for such actions."  It's the best way to discourage such things.

And yet hardly a decade has gone by since without exactly that sort of thing taking place.


Deterrence isn't the same as elimination. I think you know that and let yourself say something rather silly.
 
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