Should we follow the example shown by Cameroon?
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09-01-2013, 03:03 PM
RE: Should we follow the example shown by Cameroon?

(09-01-2013 08:22 AM)HailMeNow Wrote:  In Cameroon two men where jailed for a year and await trial because they are suspected to be gay. It is clear the Cameroon government has been very lenient here considering some countries on the African continent stone, hang and torture individuals for this.

Who thinks its time we brought these punishments back to the western world for specific crimes? I believe we could learn from the fantastic example set by these countries in using decapitation or stoning as a form of punishment for anyone suspected to be gay...I believe this would greatly benefit our countries in the western world.

What do you think? There is obviously a fine line as gays would clearly deny that they are gay so we should bring it in that anyone even slightly suspected will await a trail. It would certainly benefit the future generation

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RE: Should we follow the example shown by Cameroon? - fstratzero - 09-01-2013 03:03 PM
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