Luxury Jail for the Incest Monster

In Europe, there is no more morality. Whatever shreds of decency we ever had have been burned and sacrificed at the altar of pity for the undeserving. Let’s face it: In Europe, the worse of a human being you are, the more the government sticks up for you. But if you work hard, try to raise a family, and follow the laws, you get nothing except a big hole in your wallet when the tax collectors are done stealing their share.

And where does all that tax money go?

To monsters like Josef Fritzl. For not contesting the charges against him, he’ll go to a luxury prison.

The prison offers inmates meditation, tennis, football and darts and even has a state-of-the-art gym. Activities include singing and cookery lessons.

Does this sound fair to you? It doesn’t to me.

Swedish newspapers are silent on the issue, too. It goes against their political agenda to demand real justice for monsters like this. Sure, they agree what he did was horrible. But they want him to receive “help”. What for? So he can be released back into society? Give me a break!

DN is worst of all. In one article they claim it is the fault of society. In another they want you to tell your children Fritzl did this because he was mentally ill. No. He did it because he was evil. Plain and simple.

We’ve created a society where all the money and sympathy is taken from those who try hard, and given to the undeserving. It’s sickening.

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~ by Escaping Perdition on March 17, 2009.

One Response to “Luxury Jail for the Incest Monster”

  1. umm, why would Swedish newspapers have anything to say about a criminal matter in Austria?

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