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Burmese man beaten unconscious by the mob after taking little boy hostage

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3 minutes ago, Denim said:

 

Alcohol is already legal and America is going to pot !

Excellent!! We need MORE pot smokers. Aloha!

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3 hours ago, jerojero said:

Police had him subdued then let a mob attack him. What he did was horrible but police allowance of, or participation in, vigilante justice is also very wrong.

 

 

I suppose it's possible that the police were unable to prevent the mob attack.

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4 hours ago, jerojero said:

Police had him subdued then let a mob attack him. What he did was horrible but police allowance of, or participation in, vigilante justice is also very wrong.

 

 

Thai police don't involve themselves in law enforcement. Best to let the public handle police work.

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2 hours ago, leeneeds said:

Some times you think turning the other way is the best policy,

I bet you run that story over and over in your head something never forgotten, 

A voice may have helped those fellas , would you risk your life for a stranger, 

and I guess you made your choice,

Would you? 

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2 hours ago, leeneeds said:

Some times you think turning the other way is the best policy,

I bet you run that story over and over in your head something never forgotten, 

A voice may have helped those fellas , would you risk your life for a stranger, 

and I guess you made your choice,

I would risk my life for a stranger if i knew what was happening and why. Like this poor kid.

But in these third world countrys cops shooting men its not my fight.and i am old and slow

I myself wish drivers who risk my life by being idiots to implode on the spot. Its not happend yet but i do keep hope it will.

People must think i am crazey driving down the street yelling die ,die every few hundred meters.

 

 

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5 hours ago, steven100 said:

just another drug nutter loose. Druggies, they deserve the worst. imo

can we beat you up next time you are having a drink then? :passifier:

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15 hours ago, PremiumLane said:

can we beat you up next time you are having a drink then? :passifier:

Drug users are no good, they are a scourge on society everywhere. It's legal to have a drink as has been done for hundreds of years.

Please don't use the ' drinking is a drug '   line as it is useless.

Druggies are scum,  they have caused so many issues in Australia everywhere ... ice addicts need jail, nothing more nothing less.

 

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16 hours ago, quadperfect said:

I would risk my life for a stranger if i knew what was happening and why. Like this poor kid.

But in these third world countrys cops shooting men its not my fight.and i am old and slow

I myself wish drivers who risk my life by being idiots to implode on the spot. Its not happend yet but i do keep hope it will.

People must think i am crazey driving down the street yelling die ,die every few hundred meters.

 

 

Yes I guess they do.....and with good reason it would seem!! 

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17 hours ago, Artisi said:

Would you? 

I replied to this question, not being there at the time,( I do not know my reaction at the in your face time of happening,) 

he made his choice , good  or bad my point was he made his decision and 

that whole event will be with him for ever, going around in his head, 

what IF , 

 

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Crime scene experts who most likely were not there. Judges, juries and executioners, most likely self appointed. Insiders who know all-see-all from a mere news report. Entertaining and sad at the same time.

 

"Those that support the mob, will in time, have those very hands around their own necks".

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5 hours ago, steven100 said:

Drug users are no good, they are a scourge on society everywhere. It's legal to have a drink as has been done for hundreds of years.

Please don't use the ' drinking is a drug '   line as it is useless.

Druggies are scum,  they have caused so many issues in Australia everywhere ... ice addicts need jail, nothing more nothing less.

 

OK, if you insist: drinking is a drug

 

Alcohol is the main fuel for thuggery, domestic violence, pub brawls, street fights and horrific traffic accidents.

Just because governments have made it legal doesn't mean that you should slavishly parrot the government line and insist that "alcohol is good, druggies so bad".

 

Life isn't black and white and doesn't always satisfy the angry mob's desperation for clear answers to every question. There is sometimes a middle path.

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If the beating was based on his action and that same beating would have been supplied regardless of nationality; fairplay.

 

 

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20 hours ago, steven100 said:

Drug users are no good, they are a scourge on society everywhere. It's legal to have a drink as has been done for hundreds of years.

Please don't use the ' drinking is a drug '   line as it is useless.

Druggies are scum,  they have caused so many issues in Australia everywhere ... ice addicts need jail, nothing more nothing less.

 


You're saying alcohol is not a drug then? Wouldn't surprise me given the rest of the guff you spout.

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On 2018-02-08 at 7:03 AM, leeneeds said:

Some times you think turning the other way is the best policy,

I bet you run that story over and over in your head something never forgotten, 

A voice may have helped those fellas , would you risk your life for a stranger, 

and I guess you made your choice,

So, 20 years ago, in Cambodia, Phnom Pehn. You would have made another choice. Lucky you weren´t there then, because you surely wouldn´t write so well today. :cheesy:

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