Feb 07 2012

Human Rights and Halftime Shows in America

Published by at 11:07 am under human rights,politics,propaganda

Here’s a human rights condundrum for you:

  • You are reasonably certain that an asylum seeker sent back to his country of origin could face torture.
  • You are equally certain that this person poses a lethal terrorist threat to citizens in the local community (or abroad, if this person is given a chance to incite violence from the safe haven of your own shores).

In many countries, the practical solution has been to keep the suspected threat here, either monitored at ruinous expense, or left to his own devices in the hopes that he does not commit the terrorist offenses you were worried about in the first place. I argue it doesn’t have to be this way, in Terrorism, Asylum Seekers and the Human Right to Life

Also, do check out the Halftime in America video. If only because it’s Clint Eastwood.

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  1. Island Park Eddieon 07 Feb 2012 at 12:05 pm

    The question is too hard and complicated. Throw him out of the helicopter.

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