We are far too weak. we reinforce the idea that people are free to do as they like without consequences, and that is just sickening - they need to be brought under-control and stop bending over backward for the lazy and inconsiderate.
Your maths is flawed. This is 10000% in addition to the original price - 15p with 100% added would be 30p, and that times that total of 30p 10 times for 1000% is £3, and that times 10 for 10000% on the original value would be £30.
it is nowhere near too harsh
Yeah, sorry about that. My maths was incredibly flawed.
However, £30 for something that was already 15p is still harsh. I'd assume that most stolen items would cost more than 15p.
and yes, very heavily taxed - we want to make money, not lose an oppurtunity to accumulate wealth for more worthier spending, rather than enforcement of prohibition.
Fair enough, but the thing is, if people have the option of getting something illegally but cheaper or legally but REALLY expensive, I think a lot of people would go for the illegal so the economy would lose out anyway. I say legailse and tax, but tax an affordable/fair amount.
You misunderstand. We force a certain set of idealogy that should be reinforced in terms of human morality anyway - e.g. paedophilia is bad. we just want to have it stuck in their heads that they have to follow society, they arent allowed to go off at a tangent at other peoples expense.
You were vague about what you meant.
Although it seems what you're describing is the law (paediophilia is already illegal)...
People shouldnt have to work?! they bloody well should, they are holding back the rest of the honest civilians who are forced to foot the bill for these imbeciles. and yes stupidity is a disease - they choose not to work in life, they fall behind and they fail - that sounds pretty irrational to me.
It's not that people shouldn't have to work, it's that people shouldn't be denied basic things like food, water and shelter, even if they don't work. We can't just leave people to die (at least, I don't think so). Also, what about the children of adults who refuse to work? It's hardly thh child's fault- should they be denied the means of survival because of circumstances beyond their control?
No. they are not trained to kill, but rather to gravely injure to prevent any more crime being commited - death is too good for criminals.
So you suggest we injure criminals and not give them medical help? That would cause problems, but then giving them medical help if they were injured severely would be expensive.
in addition the fact that this isnt a ragtag force of mixed veiws - they will be loyal to a certain idealogy, much like the SA, but without the genocide and targets of particular groups - all groups are equal in the eyes of the law, including gender.
The police are already loyal to the law, so I don't really understand what you're suggesting here.
Well if their innocent then they dont have anything to worry about then do they.
Not necessarily, there are cases where people are wrongly prosecuted.