I’d see the difference between Chinese, Japanese and Korean. I wouldn’t say I know the difference between simplified indochinese and traditional characters since I don’t speak Chinese, so I wouldn’t correct someone and use that as an argument like jaredh5 did. I’m not showing off. I am merely correcting his incorrect statement. If I offend you with my wish to be correct to the point were you feel the need to call it pathetic then I apologise, but in my world; if you’re trying to prove a point, make sure you’re correct.
I’m sorry, but if you actually think killing someone is better than publicly amputating a few fingers, and to take someone’s life is any less brutal, I feel bad for you. I do not agree that (above) punishment is correct, but it’s in no way any more brutal or barbaric than taking a human life.
Oh I know the difference. But it’s not “Arabic”, non the less. I don’t like ignorance and people stating things that are incorrect, specially when they’re trying to correct someone else or prove something to someone.
I agree with that as well, but klrorca tried to imply that there are no “civilised countries” who still practice any kind of barbaric punishment and I find both the death penalty and Gitmo to be quite barbaric.
Last time I checked, they speak Persian/Farsi in Iran and not Arabic. I see you done your homework jaredh5.
Last time I checked, there are still places in the US who have the death penalty. How is that any less barbaric than chopping some fingers left? They still have their lives at least.
People need proper education in general. The spreading ignorance of the world is like a disease.
Not at all. Why would it?
“I don’t have any sympathy for prisoners who may eventually be guilty[..]” What happened to “innocent until proven guilty”? Or maybe their lives aren’t as important as American lives?