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风萧萧:东郭先生子孙遍全球
送交者: 风潇潇 2017年11月06日18:54:22 于 [加国移民] 发送悄悄话

风萧萧:东郭先生子孙遍全球 


  -- 蠢极!善意待恶人,恶人惩善良。以假善惩真善

 

   风萧萧  2012年12月22日 07:05 于加拿大

   http://www.kwcg.ca/bbs/home.php?mod=space&uid=61910&do=blog&quickforward=1&id=6203


   MRI大脑扫描证实,那些杀人不傻眼的凶犯,是大脑缺陷所致。由于他们的大脑中负责同情感和负罪感区域的脑细胞少,无法像正常人那样正常思维。相反,在他们的大脑中,形成反人类的区域,该区域的脑细胞,使这些人从观看他人的痛苦的表情享受愉悦,令他们积极寻找机会伤害他人。

   那些反对死刑的人,其实也是脑病,通过支持他人伤害他人来享受喜悦。这种人很多。

   看过报道,《111个国家支持暂缓使用死刑 中美朝等41国反对》:周四,在联大讨论人权问题的主旨会议上,有创纪录的111个国家投票支持暂缓使用死刑。

   虽然这次投票在法律上不具备约束力,但是人权活动分子说,每两年举行一次的表决,是向那些依然保留死刑的国家发出的强烈信号,这些数量在逐步减少的国家中包括中国、伊朗和美国。

   这次对暂缓使用死刑投赞成票的国家有111个,比2010年增加了4个。

41个投反对票的国家包括美国、中国、日本、印度、伊朗、朝鲜和沙特。34个国家投了弃权票。

   欧洲国家一直强烈敦促各国投票支持暂缓使用死刑。但是挪威常驻联合国代表盖尔·彼得森说,支持结束死刑的国家的数量在不断增加,这显示出,“不再是西方国家占据主导地位。这已经成为一场全球性运动”。

   彼得森对本社记者说:“这次投票的重要性在于,它向整个国际社会发出了一个非常强烈的信息。联大是一个各国都派驻代表的地方,在那里绝大多数国家都对暂缓使用死刑投了赞成票。”

   据人权组织说,目前约有150个国家暂缓使用或彻底取缔了死刑。据报道,2011年只有21个国家执行了死刑。但是人权组织说那些仍然保留死刑的国家态度顽固不化。

   这种愚昧,竟然到联合国上演。不仅令人想起中国典故,东郭先生把“兼爱”施于恶狼身上,因而险遭厄运。所以我说,东郭先生子孙遍全球。 


  Record 111 countries vote against death penalty at UN


By Agence France-Presse December 20, 2012 15:36 EST


http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/12/20/record-111-countries-vote-against-death-penalty-at-un/


A record 111 countries voted for a moratorium on capital punishment at a keynote UN General Assembly human rights meeting. (AFP)

A record 111 countries voted for a moratorium on capital punishment at a keynote UN General Assembly human rights meeting. (AFP)

A record 111 countries voted Thursday for a moratorium on capital punishment at a keynote UN General Assembly human rights meeting.

Although not legally binding, campaigners say the vote held every two years sends a strong signal to the slowly shrinking number of nations — including China, Iran and the United States — that still execute prisoners.

There were 111 votes in favor of a moratorium, four more than in 2010.

Among the 41 countries that voted against the moratium were the United States, China, Japan, India, Iran, North Korea and Saudi Arabia. Thirty-four countries abstained.

European nations have pressed hard for votes backing a moratorium. But Norway’s ambassador Geir Pedersen said the growing numbers backing an end to capital punishment show “this is no longer dominated by western countries. This is a global campaign.”

“The importance of the vote is that it sends a very strong message to the international community across the board,” Pedersen told AFP. “The General Assembly is the one place where all nations are represented and you have a strong majority in favor of a moratorium.”

“There is a global trend toward fewer countries executing people and for us, it is an important issue of principle,” the ambassador added.

Pedersen said that when he raises objections to the death penalty in bilateral talks with countries that impose capital punishment, “we have the feeling that they are on the defensive.”

About 150 countries now have a moratorium or an outright ban on capital punishment. Just 21 nations were reported to have carried out executions in 2011, according to rights groups.

But the rights groups said the countries that still carry out executions remain hardcore.

China executes thousands of prisoners a year, rights groups say, and Iran put to death more than 650 people in 2011, making it the highest per capita executioner.

Some countries defended maintaining their capital punishment at a UN committee meeting last month where 110 countries voted for a moratorium. Japan said it had to keep the possibility of hanging prisoners because “heinous” crimes are still being committed.

Thursday’s vote was held a day after UN Human Rights Commissioner Navi Pillay called on Iraq to move toward abolishing the death penalty.

Iraq executed 70 people in the first six months of this year, compared to 67 for the whole of 2011, and 18 in 2010, according to the UN mission in the country.

“The number of executions so far in 2012, and the manner in which they have been carried out in large batches, is extremely dangerous, cannot be justified, and risks seriously undermining the partial and tentative progress on rule of law in Iraq,” Pillay said.

A world congress against the death penalty is to be held in Madrid in June.

11 Comments

    TheGuru ? 2 days ago

    After a while, you know something is wrong when you look around the room and see that you're only standing with North Korea, China, Iran, and Saudi Arabia on a civil rights issue.

    shoes4industry ? 2 days ago

    The US deserves all the bad things, including mass killings, that befall us for being on the wrong side of humanity.

    DriveBy ? 2 days ago

    I feel some lives need to be terminated for the greater good of society - but then you give the authority to kill to states like Texas who kill because they like killing, and then the death penalty becomes a force for the greater evil rather than a force for the greater good.   

    TheGuru DriveBy ? 2 days ago

    Funny that you had to single out Texas. Did you know in his five year tenure as Governor, George W. Bush had 152 prisoners executed.

    So I guess that your biggest problem with the Death Penalty is that it boils down to a single individual (the state governor) to order that the sentence be carried out.      

    DriveBy TheGuru ? 2 days ago

    Yeah, I singled out Texas precisely because Texas is a good example of what's wrong with the death penalty.

    Texas doesn't care if someone has been declared mentally unfit for execution, or if the guilt of the person is still in doubt despite sentencing - it just wants to kill, kill, kill - just like Jesus would have wanted it to (the Bible is allegorical - it says what you want it to say).          

    sociosam ? 2 days ago

    What I find disturbing is that in the U.S., those who most distrust our government are those most in favor of giving that government to legal authority to kill its citizens.   

    belphegor69 ? 2 days ago

    The death penalty is barbaric and backwards and it has been shown time and again that it is no detriment to criminal behavior.

    Plus if someone is a truly monstrous and heinous piece of human garbage, then making him live a life in near total solitary confinement (paid for by monies otherwise spent on pointless foreign wars) is a more apt and cruel punishment.   

    Dave ? 2 days ago

    More evidence that the U.N. is trying to take over 'Murika!

    DougI ? a day ago

    So, are we a member of the Axis of Evil yet?

    jihadjohnny ? 2 days ago

    All the countries that execute people voted no. And the list is about as strange as it gets.


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