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rebelfury76 June 8th, 2014 6:50pm

Public executions in N Korea are not considered punishment for the individual but rather education for the public. Speaking against the govt is one action that can land you in front of a firing squad. This is completely legal. Does that make it ok?

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Jack14 Massachusetts
06/08/14 3:31 pm

"Government lets us"

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Jack14 Massachusetts
06/08/14 12:48 pm

Muh social contract!!! Those N. Korean's consent just by merely living within the imaginary line drawn up by bureaucrats!!!

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DavesNotHere where am I
06/09/14 5:43 am

That is utterly ridiculous.

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commonsense America isnt racist
06/08/14 1:58 pm

Glad I live in the USA where the govt lets us speak our mind against it.

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GlockMan1 Alabama
06/08/14 6:08 pm

just another example of a society that has banned guns, except for the police and military. Much like Nazi Germany.

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Bolide
06/09/14 6:43 am

People who think this way always leave me speechless.

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Jayx
06/09/14 2:19 am

I say yes because this is a foreign country that does things completely different from the western country's. Who are we to judge another country for doing something "wrong" simply because we have been taught to thought other wise.

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DuckAndCower
06/09/14 2:35 am

Why oh why would you make "no" the first option in a poll?

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think4yourself Not a safe space
06/08/14 12:14 pm

If the law says it is ok then it must be. Lol.

austinphillips
06/09/14 8:25 am

Who are they to impose complete control over their people?

DavesNotHere where am I
06/09/14 5:46 pm

It's called dictatorship. It's wrong, whether they're used to it or not.

DavesNotHere where am I
06/09/14 3:24 am

Sounds like the ancient Romans and crucifixion.

Jayx
06/09/14 5:53 pm

Yeah it's wrong. But it's not out country so there is nothing that can be done about it. That's how they do things, that's how they run their country. We have no say in what they do no matter if we think it's wrong or not.

Jayx
06/09/14 3:28 pm

It's not right to us, but it's most likely normal to them considering it has been that way for ever. Country's do things differently. Yes it's sick and messed up, I agree. But the way they do it they have grown accustomed to.