Patrick sayshttps://voiceofeurope.com/2017/12/life-sentence-for-afghan-refugee-who-raped-and-burned-finnish-girl-alive/ Proper justice would have been to burn the perp alive, just like his victim. I'm all about an "eye for an eye." This would eliminate all the wasteful administrative procedures to allow this cretin to even be considered for release into the general public. But the people who adjudicate the crime are too squeamish to administer proper punishment, or are hamstrung by PC laws and lawyers. Brute force is the only remedy for crimes for people from brutal tribal cultures. Mercy is not part of the equation. We expect immigrants to act according to our social mores, but they do not. They carry on with their own cultural values unless forced to assimilate.
In any case, the last two and half years have been fucking GLORIOUS for the economy, foreign policy, and freedom from PC oppression. Trump deserves massive credit for all that. Truly among the best US presidents ever, and all the liberal tears of rage and impotence have been sweet sweet nectar for everyone who dared to question the globalist agenda.
Did you check the date on this? August 16th, 2016.Your video is almost 3 years old! It's from before the freakin' Election!!!
So, by extension, we should arrest Bush, Obama and Trump and execute them for crimes against humanity. I would cheerfully pull the switch.
@Patrick How many times more likely is a white person to be a victim of black violence than a black person the victim of white violence?28x or something?
Don't worry, your kids won't be admitted anyway: The College Board said it would implement what it calls the "Environmental Context Dashboard," which would measure factors like the crime rate and poverty levels of a student's neighborhood, to better capture their "resourcefulness to overcome challenges and achieve more with less."https://www.cnn.com/2019/05/16/us/sat-adversity-score/index.html
The College Board said it would implement what it calls the "Environmental Context Dashboard," which would measure factors like the crime rate and poverty levels of a student's neighborhood, to better capture their "resourcefulness to overcome challenges and achieve more with less."