Premeditated Rape by Ariel Castro
When you enslave someone and repeatedly rape her, the fact that you kept her captive assumes premeditation in each rape. The rapes are not moments of uncontrolled passion. They are successively planned out assaults.
Ariel Castro committed premeditated rape hundreds of times on Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight. That means he tortured each girl successively. What is the punishment for raping a village of girls repeatedly?
Hillary Clinton says that "it takes a village" to make children smart. It also takes a country of liberal values and failed morals to stunt a person's humanity and to make an Ariel Castro. The intent of liberalism is kindness. The result is cruelty. The end-product of forgiveness is proliferating crime.
Every person on Death Row is petitioning against his death penalty, yet weak scientist sociologists suggest that execution is not a deterrent to crime. How do social scientists who never commit crimes imagine that they can get into the minds of criminals and understand what they are thinking before they do the unthinkable? It takes naïve presumption.
How can we possibly get justice when we have a culture of empathy toward criminals and indifference toward the victims? We proliferate violent films and rap songs, stating that they are cathartic rather than exacerbating, having no idea what we are talking about, having no proof of our fabricated conclusions. Perhaps we should rape Castro thousands of times? Even that wouldn't equal the hundreds of rapes he committed on each innocent girl. Furthermore, the girls were raped through no fault of their own. If Castro were raped, he would have earned the punishment.
The death penalty is a joke compared to the amount of hurt Castro spread around. Only repeated torture for the next ten years would approach the punishment he meted out. I'm not saying that we should torture him for a decade. But not doing so says that justice is feeble and that we will never get it when criminals who deserve more severe punishments than their victims are treated with kid gloves.
A life sentence for Castro doesn't compare to one rape that he committed on his captives. I did a two-year sentence in a minimum security prison, and I enjoyed it. Some of my friends who were transferred down from medium facilities missed the structure of the more severe jails. I was a professional boxer and wouldn't have minded fighting in a tougher place. I wouldn't have liked a life sentence. But then again, I never raped girls.
There can be no justice when the rule of the jungle is sterner than the rule of law. In addition to the beatings, starvation, and rapes, Castro aborted five babies by starving and beating the girls. There is just no way to punish him enough. This case is so gruesome that justice is not possible. There can be no closure. Failure of the justice system is an open door.
When lawyers and politicians like Obama push for justice, they display their small minds and inability to recognize that there can be no justice unless they are willing to heinously torture Castro. They're not even willing to benignly torture traitors and jihadists with simple waterboarding.
Obama and his liberal supporters have weakened the fabric of society. They have sided with the malcontents and the failures. They question the Judeo-Christian ethic and replace it with some poorly thought out version of fairness. But fairness does not operate independently of religion. It is a result of religion.
They have created a fascism or National Socialism of false encouragement. They have permitted a culture where animals like Ariel Castro can exist. They have killed us with imitation kindness.