- This is the scenario being explored by researchers at Oxford University
- They claim life extension tech could mean prisoners serve longer sentences
- Philosopher Dr Rebecca Roache also writes in her blog that a time distortion pill could make people feel like they were in prison longer
- Another scenario the group looked at was uploading mind to a digital realm
- Running it a million times faster than normal would enable the uploaded criminal to serve a 1,000 year sentence in eight-and-a-half hours
Some may think this would serve as the perfect form of punishment for the most outrageous kind of offenders – but consideration should be given to how this might be used as a tool for social control. Those who dominate a large part of the world already are always open to new forms of dominance – the insidious nature of this technology is in complete accord with the wicked Zionist mind.
From Nicholas West at Activist Post:
Incredibly, this research is being championed by a doctor of philosophy at Oxford who is part of their official blog
called Practical Ethics.
Dr. Rebecca Roache and her research team at Oxford apparently seek to correct the inadequacies of sentencing applied to the most heninous criminals. The prime example given is the deranged parents of a four-year-old boy they horrifically tortured and killed – the pair received 30 years; a “laughably inadequate” sentence in Dr. Roache’s estimation.
If one only had the power to balance the scales, perhaps to inflict endless suffering and pain ….
Technology might hold the answer, as Dr. Roache has previously summarized in her article, “Enhanced punishment: can technology make life sentences longer?” Technology such as lifespan enhancement, mind uploading, altering perception of duration, and robot prison officers comprise several rings of potential hellish torment on earth for those deemed deserving of it.
Technology, then, offers (or will one day offer) untapped possibilities to make punishment for the worst criminals more severe without resorting to inhumane methods or substantially overhauling the current UK legal system. What constitutes humane treatment in the context of the suggestions I have made is, of course, debatable. But I believe it is an issue worth debating.
Her suggestions are indeed debatable. In fact, the extreme negatives surrounding the technologies of war and mind control often overshadow the great benefits that technology can offer. Secondly, the current criminal justice system, especially in the U.S., is already rife with cases of extreme injustice and torture. Nevertheless, Dr. Roache forges ahead seemingly comfortable with governments condoning futuristic methods of punishment to be imposed as prison officials see fit.
Dr. Roache suggests that psychoactive drugs which distort one’s sense of time could be more precisely developed and administered within the prison system. Such distortion could theoretically lead to a prisoner to feel as though they are condemned to eternal torment.
As I was reading, I could only think, “What if a tyrant or garden-variety sadist got a hold of this type of power? This is like something out of a Nazi experiment or Abu Ghraib.”
Then I scrolled farther down in the Daily Mail article where I encountered the face of Adolf Hitler. Finally, I thought, someone is going to inject sanity into this discussion by showing how dangerous this line of thinking really is.
I was to be disappointed. Instead, Hitler serves as the ultimate example of why we need to extend life … so that we can torture people like him for eternity!
This is the sort of creation that can only be an invention from a Jewish mind. There seems to be no end to their depravity.