Perhaps not wrong
, but left utterly defeated, brilliantly showing us you're really just a close-minded moron who likes to judge people because they don't live exactly the way you think is right.
If you can read, I'm pointing out that you're basically saying everyone is to blame, except for the criminal himself. That's just not how it works, and a laughable excuse to defend his behaviour. HE choose to be a criminal, and ignore his attempt of rehabilitation. The criminal is to blame, noone else.
See, that's where you're wrong as well. People don't always choose to be a criminal. I know, I know, society is cold and hard and I'm just a bleeding heart delusional moron, but the facts are that people are influenced by their environment in becoming what they end up being. Or are you the kind of guy who thinks foreigners, for example, commit more crimes for the sole reason they're foreign and different? Not stopping to think they're in different social situations, which would partly explain their inclinement to criminal behaviour? I don't believe children are born as criminals. But from what I gather, you seem to think the world is divided in black and white, some people are good, some people are bad, and that's the way it is. Sorry, but it's clear that you have no idea what the fuck you're on about. You lack experience and social knowledge.
Sorry, but that's not how it works. Theoretically, perhaps, but practically... Not so much. I know a guy who has worked in a prison. His job was to help criminals to rehabilitate. After several years, he couldn't stand it any longer, because time and time again the same old faces kept popping back in, just shortly after they were 'rehabilitated' and released back into society. Really, it was their way of living, they didn't know any else.
I know a guy who knows a guy who says every single prisoner rehabilitates into a model citizen. True story. I just can't prove it, but you have to believe me because I have no idea why. Also, you could wonder how it came to be they didn't know anything else.
Edited by Matias, 13 November 2009 - 11:45 PM.