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Originally posted by Kiki1971 at 2011-10-22 22:29
you misunderstood my comment.Pls don't speak for all Chinese ppl,we don't all share same thoughts with you.
Don't get emotional because I disagree with you,of course I want justice for Yue Yue,in the case of the piano kid that you bring up,I was against death penalty,but he was very much guilty and deserved at least life sentence.
Thank you for the clarification. When I say I am a Chinese and I know the Chinese people, I am not saying that I speak for the Chinese people or any of them. I don't have the intention to do so either, or I wouldn't ask for your views, would I ??
I am fine with disagreement as I have also disagreed.
So, the "piano kid"? As your words confirm, you seem to support the sentence for the "piano kid". Is that what you want ?
Let me tell you my thoughts. When I first heard the news over the TV that the "piano kid" will be executed, I felt a chilling. I read about the stabbing, but why did I feel the chilling ? The boy was only 20 years old or about. He was not one of those who sold tainted milk for children. Yet, he was punished like any hard-core criminal. Is there no second chance for him ?
You said that he was "very much guilty" and deserved a life sentence at the least.
"very much guilty" ?? Because you saw the killing on camera? But
(1) have you asked "WHY he killed ?"
(2) have you asked "WAS he himself when he killed ?"
(3) have you asked "HAD he been himself, would he kill ?"
If the answers to the 3 questions are --
(1) YES, he killed because he feared the pressure of having to pay compensation if she was alive, which could mean big money ($$).
(2) NO, he wasn't himself. He feared and he panicked, more so he was obsessed by the pressure of paying compensation ($$).
(3) NO, he would not have killed had he stopped to think and weigh the consequences of killing.
If you had stopped to think, would you still consider the death or even life sentence for him ?
The "piano kid" may be responsible for the physical act of killing, but who in fact KILLED the woman ? Not him.
Did Yue Yue pay the ultimate price of your society's harshness and unforgiveness ?
Remembering Lu Xun: " the foolishness of the people". Sad.
Like you, I too seek justice for for Yue Yue and hoped it be answered with a better SOCIETY of kindness, forgiveness and fairness for those truly innocent. Thus, my call for proofs and fairness; not sheer punishment.
[ Last edited by whampoa at 2011-10-24 07:32 PM ]