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If You could, How would you Reform Your Prison Sytem?
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White collar crimes won’t just be punished with fines anymore
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stentor  Wrote: (12-02-2019 11:31 PM)
White collar crimes won’t just be punished with fines anymore

lol, I'd vote for you.
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James  Wrote: (12-02-2019 04:56 PM)
This on the back of the horrific events in London. So something is not working with the UK Prison System. Just as a matter of interest: how would you make Your Prison system work?

Any Ideas?

With parenting, consistency is important - as well as carrying out any "threats" you make as a parent ... so never make a threat you won't carry out.

That terrorist was given the MINIMAL sentence in jail and only served HALF of that!
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RE: If You could, How would you Reform Your Prison Sytem?
We have to take into account that people lie ...

It is as though the powers that be ......believe everything someone says .

I learnt this lesson when I was very young .

I had a brother 10 years older who told me things that were gradually revealed to be untrue .

Now I try to take things with a pinch of salt .

Middle Easterners lie by default

I never believed for a moment Saddam had weapons of mass destruction .

I can believe that Bliar was Epsteined...
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RE: If You could, How would you Reform Your Prison Sytem?
Violent crimes are linked to alcoholism and hypoglycemia.

Dr Russell Blaylock – Nutrition and Behavior

(snip)
Crime and Nutrition

Probation Violations: 56% while on a bad diet (junk food, lots of sugar); 8% while on a healthy diet
In particular, probation violation by using narcotics. 47% while on a bad diet; 13% on healthy diet
Dramatic reduction in suicides with improved diet
Alabama Prison systems, change of diet:
42% reduction in criminal events
61% reduction in antisocial behavior at one year
Case of Raymond who attempted murder of girlfriend
Age 4 -spells of weakness so mother gives him a bit of sugar
Age 13 – radical mood swings, his grades begin to fail
Age 23 – attempts murder
Diet: junk foods, donuts, pastries, candy and coffee
After diet change – no further criminal activity
Study of prison systems in 5 states
Adult felons had deficiencies of Mg, Zn, folate or B6
Violent offenders had 5 – 9 deficiencies in all 5 states. “The more violent the more deficient.”
Oklahoma Children’s Center
Change of diet resulted in 43% reduction in serious crime. Elimination of high fat and sucrose in diet.
Brain Wave abnormalities (EEG) in felons
Went from 14 to 2 abnormalities in those with serious offenses through supplementation
In one child went from 6 to 0 abnormalities by giving a vitamin
Even marginal deficiencies could cause criminal behavior to surface.

https://1phil4everyill.wordpress.com/200...-behavior/

So if you really want to reform jails, you need to do blood work to determine deficiencies, feed them really well to correct those deficiencies, (hire a chef and nutritionist) and teach them how to prepare all the food you are feeding them.

We already have that infrastructure(prison kitchens), just need to add better ingredients, and biocellular analysis.(Special blood work that measures cell contents instead of serum contents).

And while you're at it check for heavy metals and chelate those.

Along with talk therapy, and counseling of various types, and educational opportunities.

Should be able to parole people based on behavioral and physiological progress, instead of arbitrary wild guess sentencing guidelines.

There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Reinstate Greenbacks.
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Post: #52
RE: If You could, How would you Reform Your Prison Sytem?
The only method of reformation is The Truth.

All truth is simple and possesses the beauty of symmetry, whilst lying words need good memories to substantiate them.

Healing.

Freedom.

We live in a world ruled by lies, stealing, paranoia, revenge and fear.

EXPOSURE.
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Post: #53
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Zero tolerance for gang activity, no running the gangs from prison anymore, no prison sex give em fleshlights and a room.. zero tolerance for corruption top down which is rampant in the prison system it's a huuuge money making machine out of control just like our government the military should be running the prison and the prisoners should be getting rehabilitated and learning how to live life then when they get out it's to another part of the country where they cannot fall back on there old ways with the same crowd which usually happens ... find em all a job and life..

Don't put everyone in prison for petty shite .. murder, rape , robbery other violent crimes .. not for drinking alcohol smoking weed or being 18 dating a 16 year old being considered a sex offender . ..

Nothing will ever change , because it a corrupt money making machine just like our government .
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RE: If You could, How would you Reform Your Prison Sytem?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-03-2019 03:44 AM)
Zero tolerance for gang activity, no running the gangs from prison anymore, no prison sex give em fleshlights and a room.. zero tolerance for corruption top down which is rampant in the prison system it's a huuuge money making machine out of control just like our government the military should be running the prison and the prisoners should be getting rehabilitated and learning how to live life then when they get out it's to another part of the country where they cannot fall back on there old ways with the same crowd which usually happens ... find em all a job and life..

Don't put everyone in prison for petty shite .. murder, rape , robbery other violent crimes .. not for drinking alcohol smoking weed or being 18 dating a 16 year old being considered a sex offender . ..

Nothing will ever change , because it a corrupt money making machine just like our government.

WHO do you think controls the gangs? The US government.
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RE: If You could, How would you Reform Your Prison Sytem?
James  Wrote: (12-02-2019 04:56 PM)
This on the back of the horrific events in London. So something is not working with the UK Prison System. Just as a matter of interest: how would you make Your Prison system work?

Any Ideas?

I would chain everyone to a wall or pole. They can be fed through feeding tubes they can suckling on. They can remain there until released.
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RE: If You could, How would you Reform Your Prison Sytem?
Drastically reduce it.

"The Precipitant has a smaller place in reality, thus it is mortal."
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8uMCQrAxylM
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0619bdpOolA
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RE: If You could, How would you Reform Your Prison Sytem?
Firstly Bring back the death penalty for psychopaths, serial killers...offenders that have and always will cause a lot of pain for society. I see no good reason for giving them food and shelter which costs huge money to taxpayers. The reason it was stopped so long ago was because they made so many mistakes....now DNA proves a lot these days...less uncertainty. And don't hold them for decades on the green mile.....2 year maximum.

Make drugs legal....like they do in Amsterdam....so they have better care and assistance, free rehab if they have an addiction....don't make them homeless and caught up in crime. It is a disability after all.

I watched Michael Moores Where To Invade Next and it showed how Norway has a very good prison system...so do that! Basically is about good living conditions, education and respect...makes it safer for all people.
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bout halfway through Where to Invade Next, Moore visits an island prison in Norway that houses inmates who’ve committed violent crimes but are being rewarded for good behavior. It looks less like Oz and more like a frugal resort, with prisoners in regular clothes doing wheelies on bikes, fishing, and sunbathing.

In the prison’s kitchen, Moore talks to Trond, a convicted murderer with a huge tattoo on his face. Looking past him, Moore says: “Uh, I can’t help but notice that behind you are a whole bunch of very sharp knives.” And in fact there are a dozen of them, including a gigantic cleaver.

There also appear to be zero guards. Trond explains how many guards are at the prison on weekends: four. That’s for a prison population of 115. Plus, he says, the guards generally all stay in another building, leaving the prisoners to supervise themselves.

For most Americans, including me, this looks completely insane. But the prison warden, sitting at a park bench with birds chirping in the background, explains: “I don’t understand why you think this is a strange idea. … The main idea is just to take away their freedom. That’s the only punishment we are giving them. We are trying to help them back to society.”

The Norwegian philosophy is to create a normal environment with as few external controls as possible so that when prisoners get out, they know how to control themselves. It works so well that Norway has one of the world’s lowest murder rates, and its recidivism rate is about 20 percent, two to three times lower than in the U.S. (Moore also visits a standard Norwegian maximum security prison that’s less spa-like but totally free of the brutality and spiritual darkness of U.S. prisons.)

Moore’s visit to Portugal is also about its prison system, or rather its lack of one comparable to the U.S., thanks to its total decriminalization of drugs in 2001. Dr. Nuno Capaz, the Portuguese minister of health, classifies himself as a drug user: “Mostly alcohol, internet, a lot of coffee, some sugar.” When Moore points out that drug abuse may bring a lot of sadness to someone’s marriage, Capaz responds, “So? So does Facebook. Are we going to illegalize it?” The results in Portugal have been just as counterintuitive for Americans as Norway’s results, with drug use actually falling now that you can’t get arrested for it.

from ...https://theintercept.com/2016/02/10/where-to-invade-next-is-the-most-subversive-movie-michael-moore-has-ever-made/
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"The Precipitant has a smaller place in reality, thus it is mortal."
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8uMCQrAxylM
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0619bdpOolA
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