This is a political mesaage of course but it is also saying something. Violence is a choice and if you are unable to control that choice by even walking away then we do need to shut you off from common society. Mixing any form of violence with ordinary criminality is a bad idea.
Violence can be identified and in fact sequestered. Just do not pretemd it is based on rational choice and make such a person prove he has his behavior under rational control before allowed out again. my point here is that all this allows us to go somewhere that takes bad actors out of our midst.
all that informs all and temper control can become standard. No more uncivilized bahavior about.
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