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Delfi - Latvia | 07/08/2006

The Polish debate on the death penalty

Arvids Kalme defends those who want to reintroduce the death penalty in Poland. "Every gardener knows that weeds kill cultivated plants if they're not pulled out in time. This is also true for human society. But the demagogic 'humanists' won't admit it and are forcing us to put up with all kinds of perversions and crimes. Should we really let 'Western civilisation' decline and fall apart like the Roman Empire did?... It's time we come to our senses and impose the death penalty in cases where guilt is irrefutable and there's a danger of re-offending. In Poland this has already been understood and people are ignoring all the outraged protests from the EU."

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