Friday, August 24, 2012

Why Singapore Need The Death Penalty

After murdering 77 people last year, you would think that a death sentence is the least Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik would get. However as Norway don’t have the death penalty; an unrepentant Breivik has only been given a 21 years jail sentence.

Yes; I said “only”.

Now some people might think this is enough as the Norwegian judges handed him the steepest penalty possible and most believe there is no way he is ever going free. However I disagree.

A man like Breivik should be given the death penalty. He has not showed any remorse at all during his trial. Even when he was sentenced, all it did was draw a smirk of triumph from the man. Triumph! And during the trial, Breivik openly said that he would do it again. The man was glad he was sentenced for his crimes and has no regrets!

This is a man who blew up a government building and then shot 69 teenagers at a summer youth camp. And he is not regretting a single moment of it. Tell me; how is keeping a man like this alive good for anyone? There are some people in the world that deserved death. I don’t think anyone can argue Anders Behring Breivik is one of those people. One of those people that makes me glad Singapore has the death penalty.

Having that option for our judges is far more sensible than the insanity of the Norwegian justice system. They now have to feed, clothed and take care of this evil man for the rest of his life.


Anonymous said...

basically, this just confirms that the "enlightened" societal values of norway (and also western europe as a whole) is all fucked up.

Ghost said...

On the death penalty issue it is moronic to say the least. The man killed 77 people and is getting 21 years? And that's the max they can give him? Utter nonsense!