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> *Originally posted by **[Galdos](/forums/9/topics/35907?page=9#posts-6507454):***
> but if someone gets free and justice will never be served, then who cares about the laws. serve some personal justice, even if you get in trouble.
Or make people know about what’s wrong wit the current system, so that it can be improved for the future instead of dishing out your personal opinion of justice and ultimately doing more harm than good.
What if that person really was not guilty? What gives you the right to use your own sense of justice and harm that guy?
> *Originally posted by **[Vanguarde](/forums/9/topics/35907?page=1#posts-741960):***
> Let’s me change up the usual religion threads for a change..
> Let’s talk about Vigilantes..
> All the rage in the 70’s..
> Do you think we need more of them? It is clear criminals do not fear the cops as much as they should..
> I think we need to train vigilantes and promote them as being ‘out there, ready to bust you when cops are not around’.
> I think Vigilantes need to be given special treatment when caught. Like 7 days community service. How about cleaning the highways at 3….AM. ( hint hint )
> Criminals need to fear something other than arrest. They need to fear death, and pray that the cops arrest them instead of these professional killers finding them and killing them in a slow and painful death.
> You know how thugs usually back down when a police dog is set after them, or even just the bark? Why is that?
> At that moment the perp fears the dogs bite more than anything else.
> We need to have citizens who are angry at the crime and the lack of police effort to step up and take the war back to the criminals.
> What is your take on this?
the laws regarding use of force and getting sued makes cops more cautious and it makes criminals or dangerous. theyll strike hard(sueing) if they are trapped(imprisoned), because they have nothing to lose.
> *Originally posted by **[Aneslayer](/forums/9/topics/35907?page=1#posts-748461):***
> Men need to be led, not subued to submission or in this case, termination.
nope. men should not be led. they are not slaves. we need to work TOGETHER.
also, what if the evil was in the position of power.
v for vendetta
> *Originally posted by **[Galdos](/forums/9/topics/35907?page=9#posts-6508086):***
> > *Originally posted by **[Aneslayer](/forums/9/topics/35907?page=1#posts-748461):***
> > Men need to be led, not subued to submission or in this case, termination.
> nope. men should not be led. they are not slaves. we need to work TOGETHER.
So, then, why do you condone vigilantism instead of working together and improving the situation?
EPR, I think Galdos honestly believes every individual will always work for the common good. He approves of vigilantes I think, because in his mind a ‘good’ person is incapable of doing anything wrong. It’s reflected in his other ‘arguments’. A highly simplistic, unworkable worldview based on an intrinsic desire for cooperation that does not exist.