Re: Court Abused Its Discretion, Resulting in Torture
Ok. I get that this is deliberate trolling. But, I’m gonna reply as if it was serious (kinda) just for the LOL.
I suggest that you might want to crack a history book and at least try to gain some understanding of the atrocities committed under Stalin or totalitarian governments in general. I’m really kind of surprised that you mentioned Stalin and not Hitler or Nazis. But, the basic premise of Godwin’s Law still applies to this statement. Google it.
And, who, exactly made you the defining authority of what constitutes “truth and justice”? Your opinions, feelings, and hyperbole are not “truth” unless supported by actual, verifiable facts – which you have woefully failed to provide. “Justice” is, by its very nature, somewhat subjective and will vary according to individual viewpoints – although there is usually a majority opinion within any social group that accepts a limited range of actions and outcomes to be “just,” unanimity is rare. So, yes, reasonable and moral people can and will disagree with you about what actions or outcomes constitute “justice.”
Hummm…that response must have been deleted – or you are making it up out of whole cloth. I can see nothing of the kind in any response to you in this thread.
Maybe that is because such a response would be completely irrelevant as nothing you allege actually appears to be torture. Your claims of “torture” are nothing but hyperbole.
Having the light on all night is not torture. Throughout modern history parents have been leaving the closet or bathroom light on so that their small children aren’t sleeping in a dark room. In your opinion, should all of those parents be imprisoned for child abuse? Or, in keeping with your level of hyperbole, perhaps they should be tried in the Hague for human rights atrocities?
Being denied eating utensils is not torture. Approximately 1/3 of the world’s population routinely eats with their fingers by choice and custom. Is this some form of self torture? And, as has already been addressed by JK, there can be legitimate security and safety concerns regarding eating utensils in an institutional setting. Without full details (which, again, you have woefully failed to provide), your specific circumstances cannot be reasonably evaluated as to whether it was appropriate to deny them to you. But, even if inappropriate to your specific circumstances, such denial is certainly not torture.
As for denying you soap, without more information I have no idea what that is about. But, a bit of BO is not torture.
No, speaking for myself, I really don’t spend any time wondering about why anyone died in the streets. Pretty much any death in the streets that I have heard about is readily explainable and understandable. They got hit by a bus, they got stabbed by a mugger, they had a heart attack, etc. No cause for wonder.
Now, go back to your mother’s basement and take you meds.
Behind the badge is a person. Behind the person is an ego. This is as it should be, person at the center and ego to the back.