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Thursday, November 29, 2012


NOTICE: The following article is written by the author itself and not by me, I am not trying to violate their copyright. I will give some information on them. Seven years ago on this day (29 November 2005), Dennis Prager wrote this brilliant pro death penalty article.

ARTICLE TITLE: Opponents in capital punishment have blood on their hands
DATE: 29 November 2005
AUTHOR: Dennis Prager
AUTHOR INFORMATION: Dennis Prager (born August 2, 1948) is an American syndicated radio talk show host, syndicated columnist, author, and public speaker. He is noted for conservative political and social views emanating from Judeo-Christian, Jewish, and American values. He defines the latter as E Pluribus Unum, In God We Trust, and Liberty (which includes small government). He is a Media Fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University. He taught Jewish and Russian History at Brooklyn College, and was a Fellow at the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs, where he did his graduate work at the Russian Institute (now the Harriman Institute) and Middle East Institute from 1970-1972. He has lectured in 46 states and on six continents and traveled in 98 countries and the 50 U.S. states. He speaks French, Russian, and Hebrew, and has lectured in Russian in Russia and in Hebrew in Israel. An avid classical music lover, he periodically conducts orchestras in Southern California.
Dennis Prager

Opponents in capital punishment have blood on their hands

By Dennis Prager


Those of us who believe in the death penalty for some murders are told by opponents of the death penalty that if the state executes an innocent man, we have blood on our hands.

They are right. I, for one, readily acknowledge that as a proponent of the death penalty, my advocacy could result in the killing of an innocent person.

I have never, however, encountered any opponents of the death penalty who acknowledge that they have the blood of innocent men and women on their hands.

Yet they certainly do. Whereas the shedding of innocent blood that proponents of capital punishment are responsible for is thus far, thankfully, only theoretical, the shedding of innocent blood for which opponents of capital punishment are responsible is not theoretical at all. Thanks to their opposition to the death penalty, innocent men and women have been murdered by killers who would otherwise have been put to death.

Opponents of capital punishment give us names of innocents who would have been killed by the state had their convictions stood and they been actually executed, and a few executed convicts whom they believe might have been innocent. But proponents can name men and women who really were -- not might have been -- murdered by convicted murderers while in prison. The murdered include prison guards, fellow inmates, and innocent men and women outside of prison.

In 1974, Clarence Ray Allen ordered a 17-year-old young woman, Mary Sue Kitts, murdered because she knew of Allen's involvement in a Fresno, Calif., store burglary.

After his 1977 trial and conviction, Allen was sentenced to life without parole.

According to San Francisco Chronicle columnist Debra Saunders, "In Folsom State Prison, Allen cooked up a scheme to kill the witnesses who testified against him so that he could appeal his conviction and then be freed because any witnesses were dead -- or scared into silence." As a result, three more innocent people were murdered -- Bryon Schletewitz, 27, Josephine Rocha, 17, and Douglas White, 18.

This time, a jury sentenced Allen to death, the only death sentence ever handed down by a Glenn County (California) jury. That was in 1982.

For 23 years, opponents of the death penalty have played with the legal system -- not to mention played with the lives of the murdered individuals' loved ones -- to keep Allen alive.

Had Clarence Allen been executed for the 1974 murder of Mary Sue Kitts, three innocent people under the age of 30 would not have been killed. But because moral clarity among anti-death penalty activists is as rare as their self-righteousness is ubiquitous, finding an abolitionist who will acknowledge moral responsibility for innocents murdered by convicted murderers is an exercise in futility.

Perhaps the most infamous case of a death penalty opponent directly causing the murder of an innocent is that of novelist Norman Mailer. In 1981, Mailer utilized his influence to obtain parole for a bank robber and murderer named Jack Abbott on the grounds that Abbott was a talented writer. Six weeks after being paroled, Abbott murdered Richard Adan, a 22-year-old newlywed, aspiring actor and playwright who was waiting tables at his father's restaurant.

Mailer's reaction? "Culture is worth a little risk," he told the press. "I'm willing to gamble with a portion of society to save this man's talent."

That in a nutshell is the attitude of the abolitionists. They are "willing to gamble with a portion of society" -- such as the lives of additional innocent victims -- in order to save the life of every murderer.

Abolitionists are certain that they are morally superior to the rest of us. In their view, we who recoil at the thought that every murderer be allowed to keep his life are moral inferiors, barbarians essentially. But just as pacifists' views ensure that far more innocents will be killed, so do abolitionists' views ensure that more innocents will die.

There may be moral reasons to oppose taking the life of any murderer (though I cannot think of one), but saving the lives of innocents cannot be regarded as one of them.

Nevertheless, abolitionists will be happy to learn that Amnesty International has taken up the cause of ensuring that Clarence Ray Allen be spared execution. That is what the international community now regards as fighting for human rights.

Comment: I love a paragraph of this article: “Whereas the shedding of innocent blood that proponents of capital punishment are responsible for is thus far, thankfully, only theoretical, the shedding of innocent blood for which opponents of capital punishment are responsible is not theoretical at all. Thanks to their opposition to the death penalty, innocent men and women have been murdered by killers who would otherwise have been put to death.”
            Dennis Prager is absolutely 100% right here, the abolitionists do not mention violent criminals, terrorists, serial killers, mass murderers, prison killers and many other kinds of murderers. Why? It is because they are too scared to mention how dangerous it is to keep dangerous people alive. They have sentenced many innocent people to death themselves too.


Is it immoral for the state to kill convicted murderers? Is it immoral for the state not to? Best selling author Dennis Prager answers both questions in this powerful five minute presentation. Visit for more five minute video courses. (SOURCE:

Wednesday, November 28, 2012


            Today is the first anniversary of the foundation of the Pro-Death Penalty Organization for terrorists, ‘We Value Life’ in Israel. I would like to endorse this organization by telling you more in order to pay respect to the victims of terrorism and protect Israel. 

 We Value LIFE!
   Founded by: Dr. Abraham “Abe” Gill - 2011
About our Organization
We Value life is a Non-Profit organization that supports the death penalty for terrorists who commit Murder! We propose a simple equation: 

We value LIFE! – The terrorists value DEATH! Our proposed law will make sure that the terrorist know: If they take a LIFE they will get what they value and what they truly deserve – a safe place 6 feet under –

The SILENT Majority supports such a law and so are most intelligent people on earth. The only problem is that people must wake up and protect the innocent lives from these terrorists.

We are not afilieted with any political party. We will not tolerate any verbal or physical abuse of any religion. We have Jewish, Christian, Muslim and Hindu members all over the world.

            If terrorists can be executed (or at least killed in action) in other countries, I believe Israel can do the same. Take these nine terrorists and mass murderers for example (click on their names to learn more):

1. On this 31 May 1962, Nazi war criminal, Adolf Eichmann was hanged shortly before midnight on May 31, 1962, at a prison in Ramla, Israel.

Adolf Eichmann

2 to 4. Amrozi A.K.A the Smiling Assassin was executed together with Imam Samudra and Ali Ghufron Mukhlas by firing squad in Nusa Kambangan Island, Indonesia.

From left to right: Ali Ghufron Mukhlas, Imam Samudra & Amrozi

5. The D.C. Sniper, John Allen Muhammad was executed by lethal injection at Greensville Correctional Center in Jarratt, Virginia on 10 November 2009.

John Allen Muhammad


6. Hamam El-Kamouny was executed by hanging in Egypt on a Monday morning (10 October 2011). He was put to death for the 7 January 2010 Nag Hammadi massacre where he killed six Christians and a Muslim.

Hamam El-Kamouny

7. Osama Bin Laden was killed in action by the Navy SEALS on 2 May 2011. 

Osama Bin Laden

8. Alwaki, killed by two Predator drones hellfire missiles on 30 September 2011.


9. Ajmal Amir Kasab the Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist, was executed by hanging in the high-security Yerwada Jail in Pune, India on Wednesday 21 November at 7:30am.

Ajmal Amir Kasab

            Let us pray for Israel that they will bring back the death penalty for terrorists and mass murderers. I wish them all the best in doing it so. As Professor Steven Plaut was quoted in his article on 22 July 2004, Judaism's Pro-Death Penalty Tradition: Actually, the death penalty should be implemented against terrorists even if it doesn’t deter terrorism. It should be implemented because it represents a great moral statement. It is the moral and ethical thing to do. Executing terrorists makes a statement that they are scum with no claim a right to life. Capital punishment represents a moral and just vengeance. It represents a declaration of good and evil.”

I will be soon posting an article from him next week.