solve for x = vice... | World Politics | Forum

A A A
Avatar

Please consider registering
guest

sp_LogInOut Log In sp_Registration Register

Register | Lost password?
Advanced Search

— Forum Scope —






— Match —





— Forum Options —





Minimum search word length is 3 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters

sp_Feed Topic RSS sp_TopicIcon
solve for x = vice...
July 1, 2012
9:00 am
Avatar
ricardo
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 1493
Member Since:
December 11, 2011
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

I've thought about vice and keeping local (laf) cops busy on real crime,
and it occurred to me. see health section. legal vice may be what Iraq needs for stabilization. the emphasis , is oft overstated and misunderstood ,
law enforcement is at times a nebulous term. (true) re- Taliban and
American forces drug complacency in Afghanistan .

courts helped to realize this paradigm ,when they freely outsource
youth/ children on vice assignments , use local and loaned hookers, wives,
girlfriends acquantenances... and the co-op ing drug dealers and pimps, in , general narco duty.

federal courts ; use of " all the elements of a crime " and then besieging ,
a target or mark , so , to confuse their " normal metal facilities " as to
be compelled and drawn to crime, they would never commit otherwise.
comparable to war , not civilian courts...

they too have fallen on tough times desperate to justify budgets, courts,
WAR, and expenditure .

.{the conventional morality and court prosecutorial ability is thus faulted ,}
the legal establishment had to adapt or risk exhausting , economics of
force. of course this may be why we have an erosion of civil liberties ,
in order to reestablish lost credibility into the judicial systems.(paradox)
{ it became acceptable to use questionable witness, and less then properly vetted informants, in a court of law .( USA )

many businesses reap the benefits of whatever outsourcing to
law enforcement they can offer, for increased laxity in their own business operations. there are rules and honor among thieves ... [rishwah-]

local prostitution , stings , entrapment and outright frame ups ,
law enforcement in general , the hiring of and out sourcing citizens as well.
occour with in , and to some degree purveyance from law enforcement could not survive the competeing socio economic forces, where non secular adherents
control supply and demand. [ religious police , mandate .] however, the political reality, and the social reality have an conflux / confluence , that is a workable solution in many parts of the world today. simply , it works...

to say we extend our values in geopolitics is one thing ,yet another to ,
imply we have a better solution to social needs on the local levels in many parts of the world today. ( orientalist )

Iraq , and Iran, Syria , Bahrain, Israel ,each have, and equate any religiosity to the equation. the separate but equal , opportunity , afforded legal vice especially foreign visitors is not overlooked ...free the people but give us our vice !
pockets of secularism in decidedly , non secular actors...

one has only to look at Iran and kish or America and Nevada , to grasp the financial , and social benefits of the legalization of what is a collective is called
vice. - some say victimless crimes - licensed NV( legal prostitution) (drugs) decriminalized,-gambling =revenue , controlled alcohol use. governments will be able to use proceeds for constructive projects like water, health, renewable energy.

the drug wars in Mexico might be a incubation of theory . as well Iraq .
unspoken in America it's already quietly in the implementation mode.

it will be a understatement to not see a conflux of social ills and society anywhere, that have solved for (x) it is probable , even middle east counties
allow behavior to adapt , thus , negating social forces that are not 100 %
predictable. that threaten may threaten all highly regimented societies , including America .

insofar local laws and alcohol use in Islamic counties under farar law, or similarly
autocratic rule. prevailing attitude in areas that have tourist areas / islands, china etc... invariably you have Muslims in attendence .

these social systems existed outside of war . taqiyah , should not apply.
this is not to suggest the laws are false, but to me the majority reasoning of
taqiyah, was during time of war. supported by history.

contemporary "consensus " will see a trend toward leniency based on ,
parallels of use , proximity , and historical precedent. late 1990 s amendments,
and early 2000 and beyond , indicate this pattern.

Forum Timezone: America/Los_Angeles

Most Users Ever Online: 288

Currently Online:
34 Guest(s)

Currently Browsing this Page:
1 Guest(s)

Top Posters:

greeney2: 10197

bionic: 9870

at1with0: 9243

Lashmar: 5289

tigger: 4576

rath: 4297

DIss0n80r: 4161

sandra: 3858

frrostedman: 3815

Wing-Zero: 3278

Member Stats:

Guest Posters: 2

Members: 23823

Moderators: 0

Admins: 2

Forum Stats:

Groups: 8

Forums: 31

Topics: 8616

Posts: 122997

Newest Members:

ESDIndia, Jeremy Martin, PoorTree, Beechy, Film, melisablaise, Brian, Al Staton, lonell, Ielts4t

Administrators: John Greenewald: 537, blackvault: 1776