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First of all, let's welcome the civil-voiced question which sounds far more odd in the money-worshiped society. Yet the question arouses my question. That is, who would be the biggest beneficiary of the abolishment of death penalty? |
In practice, no country today abusively punishes his every guilty person. The article of death penalty is, however, still worldwide employed. Why? Although the question might ascend beyond my intelligence, I think there are some distinctive phenomena in favor of the presence of death penalty.
For example one, the Japanese murderers in world war II flagrantly committed killing of millions Chinese under the flag of building east-Asian prosperity. The winter of 1937 saw the appalling slaughter of whole Nanjing residents who were about to submit to the well-armed Japanese invaders. Thanks to the our brave parents and the mighty help of other righteous friends, the monstrous Japanese was cracked down at last. According to the internationally conventional law, several principals were sentenced to death, however which was widely deemed to under-pay the over performance of them. Provided that death penalty were prohibited, what's your reflection about that, my country fellows?
Due to my narrow history knowledge, no worse example could be available other than Japanese imperialists in the world. But that is not the least hint of the necessity of scoring out the death-penalty article off our law.
If they really have a common touch with working families, and don't eschew the corruption aspect in various authorities, the highflown question might be no more heard. Personally, quite a few of officials like Chen Xi tong, Chen Ke jie and so on should deserve their death penalty. Their scandals are still shocking the nation despite of their sublimation from the earth years ago. I believe no one could bear with these corrupted officials who possessed the venality of huge bread taken from common families.
We don't want to deprive of all the guilty lives. No need, according to our nature. But we should not compromise to something evil that brings catastrophe to our society. The function of death penalty is not mere the punishment of death-deserved criminals, but also the alarm light to the dangerous train in some people's minds.