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Nurturing Criminals

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16th October 2023 | 115 Views
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Thomas More once said, “we love to chastise our criminals rather than educate them” which for the longest period of time made me wonder if the basic structure of this society which shouts for justice at every milestone of the most vulgar crimes is actually just in itself? 

Thieves until early 18th century were hung for even petty thefts in England but the crime rates still remained uneffected because while the city of london had some people with more than basic neccesities to feed a family of four, while the working class struggled to keep their health and honour in intact and when worst came to worst, their pride broke and the animalistic instincts to survive took over driving them to steal. even in 21st century,people known as housewoners of this economy are the first one to shut their doors at face of their sick and struggling labours, which renders their dextrous selves keenly idle and then on top of that we lock them up like animal after their petty crimes.

I, by no means, want to glorify any crime but I, by all means want to postulate the idea of breaking convential methods of “improving” the society by eleminating the criminals. Rather than turning prisions into cage, change them into rehabs for nurturing people into humans and engraving humanity in their core natures because it’s not a secret. a person who serves 10 year for a crime will do it again because of the environment he has become accostumed to in jail and is now more unfit to live as a normal human being as he was 10 years ago and so on, the situations worsens.

In the light of recent events, a lot of opinions and protests surrounded ‘hathras’ rape case and once again, the idea of hanging the rapists was re-introduced, which I do not oppose but I am not a fan of this method either because even after nirbhaya rape case, these cases still happen and will keep on happening until we educate ourselves. Also, class room education here is kind of worthles, because of some obvious reasons but outwitting people with age old principals about feminism in their daily lives will help. yes, at times hanging criminals will set an example, but petty yet ungracious crimes such as molestation and mental, social and domestic abuse will remain unwaivered.

I,am sirius, Half of us don’t realise our priveleges until we have the opportunity to die in a rspectable hospital with our family members due to old age rather than dying on a street begging for help. what we need to remember is that seperating us from being a criminal is our priveleges that we attained due to centuries old social hierarchy

 



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  1. Iam Sirius

    I agree with your points that delayed justice in nirbhaya& #8217;s case was also an encouragement for criminals and I am not justifying crimes here but trying to find out the reason why they actually happen. I believe Education has necessitated learning over morals and thus, we fail to understand basic morals such as equity. I also agree that adults are responsible for crimes they commit but not every criminal is born. For instance, a rapist is born when he is nurtured into thinking that women are the weaker sex.
    I appreciate you giving an intellectual feedback and look forward to read more of your views.
    Regards
    Iamsirius

  2. Iam Sirius

    I agree with your points that delayed justice in nirbhaya& #8217;s case was also an encouragement for criminals and I am not justifying crimes here but trying to find out the reason why they actually happen. U believe Education has necessitated learning over morals and thus, we fail to understand basic morals such as equity. I also agree that adults are responsible for crimes they commit but not every criminal is born. For instance, a rapist is born when he is nurtured into thinking that women are the weaker sex.
    I appreciate you giving an intellectual feedback and look forward to read more of your views.
    Regards
    Iamsirius

  3. Aditya Milyin

    Highly Disagree. Crime deserves punishment& #8230;. Some crimes are unacceptable, you cannot teach or train a person to not rape a girl or murder an innocent, if a crime of murder is done, certainly that person knows he is doing crime, and if he still does that he doesnt really care about ethics conscience and law, desrves to be hung up, ssure smaller crimes like pick pocketing can be corrected with careful teaching. We have juvenile court for kids as kids may not be mature enough to understand something is unethical or unlawful, but for adults nope, they understand its a crime and if they do that they ought to be punished& #8230;. If careful teaching never worked, ethics and conscience never worked then better try punishment, sure rapes happen after Nirbhaya primary reason is the confidence that they wont be punished, it took 7 years to hang the rapists of Nirbhaya after they were proven guilty, cause of mercy pleas and secret supporters of this rapists& #8230; Quick action and severe punishments are much better for such crimesa

    1. Iam Sirius

      I agree with your points that delayed justice in nirbhaya& #8217;s case was also an encouragement for criminals and I am not justifying crimes here but trying to find out the reason why they actually happen. U believe Education has necessitated learning over morals and thus, we fail to understand basic morals such as equity. I also agree that adults are responsible for crimes they commit but not every criminal is born. For instance, a rapist is born when he is nurtured into thinking that women are the weaker sex.
      I appreciate you giving an intellectual feedback and look forward to read more of your views.
      Regards
      Iamsirius

      1. Aditya Milyin

        well, some people get so defective for society that repairing them isnt possible rather their rebirth is the only probable way of correcting them. IMO those who teach them wrong are equal criminals. Murder and Attempt to Murder are both punishable, similarly Rape and Provocation to Rape should both be equally punishable, so that no provovation/ false believes for 1 sex happens& #8230; Yet, & #8220;Nurturing Criminals& #8221; ain& #8217;t viable for majority of big crimes

        1. Iam Sirius

          True, that some people are indeed beyond repair and the suitable punishments should be given. Practically, there can& #8217;t be any punishments for provoking rapes ever because it& #8217;s something you can not proof. My idea is more about making a society which produces the least amount of criminals. For example, a person from a war effected area who has seen his family die in front of his eyes will obviously grow into an adult with hatred for the race of the intruders and will probably take revenge too. Remember, if not all, 95% of us are born innocent. It& #8217;s the environment that shapes us into either a lawyer or a thief.

          Regards
          Iamsirius