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Hey NFL Twit, you won't impress us with your hypocritical rantings. Before you judge the governments of other nations, you need to look into your own backyard and start getting your priorities straight:

"Amnesty International has long called for the USA to have a greater respect for human rights.

One of the things that they campaign on constantly is the death penalty and the innocent who are sometimes killed as a result. In fact, Amnesty International has been quite vocal about the death penalty frequently:

The USA is engaged in a cruel, brutalizing, unreliable, unnecessary and hugely expensive activity for no measurable gain.

... There is no evidence that the US authorities have prevented a single crime with this policy ... They have diverted countless millions of dollars away from more constructive efforts to fight crime. And the macabre absurdity is that it creates more victims - the family members of the condemned - often in the name of victims' rights.

The death penalty is a symptom of a culture of violence, not a solution to it. The sooner US politicians begin to find the political courage to educate public opinion rather than hide behind it, the better."

— USA: Flouting world trends, violating international standards, Amnesty International, March 1, 2001

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"In Amnesty International's 2001 report, they pointed out that there were many cases of torture and ill-treatment in prisons and jails,

where “[a]buses included beatings and excessive force;

sexual misconduct;

the misuse of electro-shock weapons and chemical sprays;

and the cruel use of mechanical restraints, including holding prisoners for prolonged periods in four-point restraint as punishment.

Many reported abuses took place in isolation units or during forced removal of prisoners from cells (‘cell extractions’).”

The USA incidentally also has the world's largest prison population of roughly 2 million people, which accounts for approximately a quarter of the world's prison population."
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HERE'S FOR THE MENTALLY SICK AS A FEW DAYS AGO 21 TANKS DESTROYED AND A CHINOOK SHOT DOWN; AT LEAST 140 BLASTED DEAD UNITED STATES TROOPS; OF COURSE ITS A SECRET AND THE U.S. PEOPLE AREN'T SUPPOSE TO KNOW.
ACHMED:“Holy Fig Newtons! Those 140 United Snakes Pig Dogs got blasted dead!”

JALIL:“It’s their own damned fault for going to a battle!”

ACHMED:“That’s right!”

JALIL and ACHMED:“Praise God and pass the carton of Borden's!”

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Apr 6, 2012
 
Amnesty International has documented widespread human rights violations in China. An estimated 500,000 people are currently enduring punitive detention without charge or trial, and millions are unable to access the legal system to seek redress for their grievances. Harassment, surveillance, house arrest, and imprisonment of human rights defenders are on the rise, and censorship of the Internet and other media has grown. Repression of minority groups, including Tibetans, Uighurs and Mongolians, and of Falun Gong practitioners and Christians who practice their religion outside state-sanctioned churches continues. While the recent reinstatement of Supreme People's Court review of death penalty cases may result in lower numbers of executions, China remains the leading executioner in the world - Amnesty International

SMARTEN UP MORON !!!
Captain O wrote:
Hey NFL Twit, you won't impress us with your hypocritical rantings. Before you judge the governments of other nations, you need to look into your own backyard and start getting your priorities straight:
"Amnesty International has long called for the USA to have a greater respect for human rights.
One of the things that they campaign on constantly is the death penalty and the innocent who are sometimes killed as a result. In fact, Amnesty International has been quite vocal about the death penalty frequently:
The USA is engaged in a cruel, brutalizing, unreliable, unnecessary and hugely expensive activity for no measurable gain.
... There is no evidence that the US authorities have prevented a single crime with this policy ... They have diverted countless millions of dollars away from more constructive efforts to fight crime. And the macabre absurdity is that it creates more victims - the family members of the condemned - often in the name of victims' rights.
The death penalty is a symptom of a culture of violence, not a solution to it. The sooner US politicians begin to find the political courage to educate public opinion rather than hide behind it, the better."
— USA: Flouting world trends, violating international standards, Amnesty International, March 1, 2001
And:
"In Amnesty International's 2001 report, they pointed out that there were many cases of torture and ill-treatment in prisons and jails,
where “[a]buses included beatings and excessive force;
sexual misconduct;
the misuse of electro-shock weapons and chemical sprays;
and the cruel use of mechanical restraints, including holding prisoners for prolonged periods in four-point restraint as punishment.
Many reported abuses took place in isolation units or during forced removal of prisoners from cells (‘cell extractions’).”
The USA incidentally also has the world's largest prison population of roughly 2 million people, which accounts for approximately a quarter of the world's prison population."

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Apr 6, 2012
 
Captain O wrote:
Hey NFL Twit, you won't impress us with your hypocritical rantings. Before you judge the governments of other nations, you need to look into your own backyard and start getting your priorities straight:
"Amnesty International has long called for the USA to have a greater respect for human rights.
One of the things that they campaign on constantly is the death penalty and the innocent who are sometimes killed as a result.
— USA: Flouting world trends, violating international standards, Amnesty International, March 1, 2001
And:
prisoners for prolonged periods in four-point restraint as punishment.quarter of the world's prison population."
Sure, dupe. Name ONE verified innocent convict ever executed in the US. NAME one. Do you merely send your murderers and rapist to summer camps where they receive massage therapy, sanctimonious sermoniser?

Are the 5,000 executed in China 'OK' with you, fool? Can you explain the public executions by firing squad in North Korea?
Oh that's right. They make no mention of such atrocities in your press, do they?

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Interesting how anal munch and captain zero both show up at the same time !?!?!??!?! Hmmmmmmm ???
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This is how the UnitedSnakes -- which as noted above has the world's largest prison population -- treats even non-violent, simple thieves and burglars:

Isolated and dehumanised: inmates in Arizona’s isolation units

3 April 2012

http://www.amnesty.org/en/news/isolated-and-d...

Excerpt:

"Built for purpose

John is one of the more than 2,000 men confined to solitary in one of Arizona’s two special Management Units (SMU’s)– that’s more than one in 20 of the state’s total prison population.

124 of them are on death row and 14 are between 14 and 17 years old.

According to official statistics, 35% of prisoners in isolation were imprisoned for non-violent crimes such as drugs offences, theft and burglary.

Arizona holds more prisoners in isolation than many other US states -- and the USA more than any other country in the world.

Conditions in Arizona’s isolation units are so harsh, particularly for inmates with mental health conditions that Amnesty International wrote, on 28 March 2012, to Charles Ryan, Director of the Arizona Department of Corrections, asking for solitary confinement to be imposed only as a last resort and for short periods of time. The organization also requested for isolation not to be used against children or the mentally ill.

A delegation from the human rights organization travelled to Arizona in 2011 and spoke to lawyers and prison advocates as well as family and friends of inmates held in these units.

But the Arizona Department of Corrections turned down a request to tour the SMU units; and, despite repeated attempts by Amnesty International to set up a meeting to discuss concerns, the department declined to meet with them.

In March 2012, a legal team led by the American Civil Liberties Union and the Prison Law Office filed a lawsuit against the Arizona Department of Corrections claiming that prisoners in their custody received grossly inadequate medical and mental health care.

“Solitary confinement for long periods of time is utterly inhumane,” said Angela Wright, researcher on the USA at Amnesty International.

“Everything - from the cells to the lack of heath care and rehabilitation opportunities - seems to be specifically designed to dehumanise prisoners.”

“Isolation should only be used as a last resort and for short periods. It should never be imposed against children or prisoners with mental illnesses.”

Long term damage

Human rights organizations - including Amnesty International - and the United Nations have said conditions in SMU’s violate international standards.

According to official statistics, as of March 2011 a third of inmates held in isolation were receiving mental health treatment and nearly 4% were designated as seriously mentally ill.

Studies and data from various sources also reveal that suicides occur more frequently in isolation units than in the prison population at large.

Between October 2005 and April 2011, at least 43 suicides took place in Arizona’s adult prisons.
22 of the 37 cases where Amnesty International obtained information took place in isolation facilities.

Prison authorities claim problems within the SMU’s lie in the lack of resources. But there is evidence that a change in approach would improve the behaviour of inmates."

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Captain O wrote:
This is how the UnitedSnakes -- which as noted above has the world's largest prison population -- treats even non-violent, simple thieves and burglars:
Isolated and dehumanised: inmates in Arizona’s isolation units
3 April 2012
http://www.amnesty.org/en/news/isolated-and-d...
Excerpt:
"Built for purpose
John is one of the more than 2,000 men confined to solitary in one of Arizona’s two special Management Units (SMU’s)– that’s more than one in 20 of the state’s total prison population.
124 of them are on death row and 14 are between 14 and 17 years old.
According to official statistics, 35% of prisoners in isolation were imprisoned for non-violent crimes such as drugs offences, theft and burglary.
Arizona holds more prisoners in isolation than many other US states -- and the USA more than any other country in the world.
Conditions in Arizona’s isolation units are so harsh, particularly for inmates with mental health conditions that Amnesty International wrote, on 28 March 2012, to Charles Ryan, Director of the Arizona Department of Corrections, asking for solitary confinement to be imposed only as a last resort and for short periods of time. The organization also requested for isolation not to be used against children or the mentally ill.
A delegation from the human rights organization travelled to Arizona in 2011 and spoke to lawyers and prison advocates as well as family and friends of inmates held in these units.
But the Arizona Department of Corrections turned down a request to tour the SMU units; and, despite repeated attempts by Amnesty International to set up a meeting to discuss concerns, the department declined to meet with them.
In March 2012, a legal team led by the American Civil Liberties Union and the Prison Law Office filed a lawsuit against the Arizona Department of Corrections claiming that prisoners in their custody received grossly inadequate medical and mental health care.
“Solitary confinement for long periods of time is utterly inhumane,” said Angela Wright, researcher on the USA at Amnesty International.
“Everything - from the cells to the lack of heath care and rehabilitation opportunities - seems to be specifically designed to dehumanise prisoners.”
“Isolation should only be used as a last resort and for short periods. It should never be imposed against children or prisoners with mental illnesses.”
Long term damage
Human rights organizations - including Amnesty International - and the United Nations have said conditions in SMU’s violate international standards.

Between October 2005 and April 2011, at least 43 suicides took place in Arizona’s adult prisons.
22 of the 37 cases where Amnesty International obtained information took place in isolation facilities.
Isolation of a violent inmate doesn't exist in your cowardly country, sphincter breath? Do you believe they can merely be 'talked to'' and everything will settle down? What a fool you are.

Why do you feel the need to use nics to make your feeble points? Just be brave and use your more appropriate moniker of 'Suzie'. You'll feel better.

Tell me all about the 5,000 a year executed in China, Suzie.

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Interesting how anal munch and captain zero both show up at the same time !?!?!??!?! Hmmmmmmm ???
lol @'anal munch'.

It's almost like an Abbott and Costello routine, isn't it?
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JUST A FEW INTERESTING FACTS:

Amnesty International has documented widespread human rights violations in the U.S. An estimated 500,000 people are currently enduring punitive detention without charge or trial, and millions are unable to access the legal system to seek redress for their grievances. Harassment, surveillance, house arrest, and imprisonment of human rights defenders are on the rise, and censorship of the Internet and other media has grown.

Whew! Things don't look very good in the United Snakes these days!

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1 14 are between 14 and 17 years old.
That's a blatant falsehood, Suzie. Name ONE person on death row who is below the age of 19. Kindly be honest and refer to the BBC or other such legitimate international news source, bovine excrement.
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Interesting how RapeKit and I both show up at the same time.
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Annie, I think the NFL Twit and Raturd don't want to learn anything about their government's dirty secrets. Hypocrites like them are a dime a dozen in today's America, so it doesn't surprise me that the country is in deep doodoo. We should thank God that we live in more civilized nations such as Sweden and Germany!

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Annie Muk wrote:
JUST A FEW INTERESTING FACTS:
Amnesty International has documented widespread human rights violations in the U.S. An estimated 500,000 people are currently enduring punitive detention without charge or trial, and millions are unable to access the legal system to seek redress for their grievances. days!
Every incarcerated person in the US has the right and access to legal council. Some are held before trial, thus your spurious stats. Our Constitution is very clear on the right to a speedy trial. Is it part of YOUR law, foreskin face?

No wonder you allow so many child molesters to run loose in your neighborhoods.

Planning a holiday in North Korea this year, Suzie? Or are you too busy copy/pasting your piles of rubbish?
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That's a blatant falsehood, Suzie. Name ONE person on death row who is below the age of 19. Kindly be honest and refer to the BBC or other such legitimate international news source, bovine excrement.
You definitely need to take reading and comprehension classes, NFL Twit. The figures quoted were published by Amnesty International which is the very source you claim to get your information on China from.

Here's the link again:

http://www.amnesty.org/en/news/isolated-and-d...

Your homework for today:

Print out the report in the link above and bring it to your reading and comprehension coach so he can help you grasp its content.

Got it?
Captain O

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Every incarcerated person in the US has the right and access to legal council. Some are held before trial, thus your spurious stats. Our Constitution is very clear on the right to a speedy trial. Is it part of YOUR law, foreskin face?
No wonder you allow so many child molesters to run loose in your neighborhoods.
Planning a holiday in North Korea this year, Suzie? Or are you too busy copy/pasting your piles of rubbish?
Isn't it remarkable that both the NFL Twit and Raturd suggest that me and you are the same poster, Annie? Wouldn't surprise me if NFL Twit were just another sock puppet of Raturd.

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Captain O wrote:
Annie fUK, I think the NFL Twit and Raturd don't want to learn anything about their government's dirty secrets. Hypocrites like them are a dime a dozen in today's America, so it doesn't surprise me that the country is in deep doodoo. We should thank God that we live in more civilized nations such as Sweden and Germany!
Why the nic change, Suzie? Are you afraid to look like a solitary imbecile? How can you actually believe you're fooling anyone with such a hackneyed stunt?

Just remember that it's usually only the mentally sick who answer their own questions.

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Captain O wrote:
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You definitely need to take reading and comprehension classes, NFL Twit. The figures quoted were published by Amnesty International

Your homework for today:
Print out the report in the link above and bring it to your reading and comprehension coach so he can help you grasp its content.
Got it?
Not anyone under the age of 19 is on death row in the US, fool. The facts of China's atrocities are known well beyond your jaded AI blather. If it's legal to do so in your sewer of a country, look it up.

It's amusing that the internet age has spawned a whole new genre of subservient puppets such as you and that poorly spoken DUNG creep.

I attained a Masters degree BTW. Did you, foolish puppet?
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Captain O wrote:
Annie, I think the NFL Twit and Raturd don't want to learn anything about their government's dirty secrets. Hypocrites like them are a dime a dozen in today's America, so it doesn't surprise me that the country is in deep doodoo. We should thank God that we live in more civilized nations such as Sweden and Germany!
I disagree with your basic premiss. They are now a nickle a dozen.

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I disagree with your basic premiss. They are now a nickle a dozen.
Pathetic sham, Suzie. Not everyone is as gullible as you are.

But please continue your 'conversation' with your lonely self. It's actually FUNNY!
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Not anyone under the age of 19 is on death row in the US, fool. The facts of China's atrocities are known well beyond your jaded AI blather.
Make up your mind, NFL Twit. You yourself quoted AI when criticizing the Chinese government, yet you stubbornly refuse to accept AI's report criticizing that even 14 year old CHILDREN are on death row in the UnitedSnakes:

"John is one of the more than 2,000 men confined to solitary in one of Arizona’s two special Management Units (SMU’s)– that’s more than one in 20 of the state’s total prison population.

124 of them are on death row and 14 are between 14 and 17 years old."

http://www.amnesty.org/en/news/isolated-and-d...

Are you suggesting that AI is lying in its reports on human rights' violations in the UnitedSnakes but writing the truth as far as China is concerned?
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If it's legal to do so in your sewer of a country, look it up.


No, it's illegal in Germany to execute prisoners, let alone CHILDREN as is the case in America.
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It's amusing that the internet age has spawned a whole new genre of subservient puppets such as you and that poorly spoken DUNG creep.
Subservient puppets to whom?

Neither I nor Annie nor Deng are puppets, we all speak out what we believe in and we take pride in that.

BTW, Deng's English is impeccable. If he only made one mistake in over a hundred posts, then that proves he's truly proficient in that language. I'd like to see how well YOU do posting in a Chinese forum...
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I attained a Masters degree BTW. Did you, foolish puppet
You claim to have attained a Master's degree?

ROFLMAO

You can't even spell Master's degree correctly aside from the fact that you have reading and comprehension handicaps.
But hey, in America's education system everything is possible, including getting a Master's degree in weaving handbaskets and chewing bubble-gum.

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