August 25, 2012

Manifestly unjust

77 murdered, 242 injured.

Sane murderer, which is usually the case.

21 years jail.

Norwegian mass murderer sentenced


  1. Anonymous11:12 PM

    That would be only 99 days, 14 hours, 38 minutes and 24 seconds in gaol for each person deaded. A good deal by all reckoning methinks.

    Of course you get the injured for a bargain: only 31 days, 16 hours, 33 minutes and 36 seconds in gaol for each person not deaded.

    In America you'd get at least 1,000 years or so for sure, which is a bit rough, because such a sentence would be impossible to achieve, I suppose one could only do their best, eat well, exercise and all that.

    In China they would not be bothered with all that shit and simply get your family to invest in the price of a bullet.

    So there ya go, Norway mass murder friendly, USA could be much friendlier, while China is not very friendly at all.

    I'm heading off to Norway...

    Charles (j) Manson.

  2. A belated thank you for the calculations, Mr Manson.

    (And J - it's sobering to consider that the law in some countries is a brutal eye-for-an-eye, which we condemn as barbaric, but in first world democratic realms, the value of life, the value of community, is less than the latitude given to the violent and murderous. I thought local crims got off lightly, due to judges using each others rulings as the benchmark, as opposed to the sentencing available to them, but Norway - ah, Norway - laws so forgiving of the barbarous it's incomprehensible.)