The ideas that are not transformed into actions cannot be considered as crimes

_FARAH_

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Are you agree with that ?


Should people be free to talk any ideas even if these ideas were subject to crime laws if they were performed ?


For example someone is talking about blowing the parliament building up to solve some problems, should she/he be considered as a criminal or be allowed to keep talking as she/he wish ?
 


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How fresh is fresh fish if you didn't fish for the fresh fishes?...
 

twokidsmanybruises

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Stupidity isn't illegal. That doesn't make stupidity any less stupid.

Just as the ability to start threads doesn't make certain threads any less pointless.
 

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Are you agree with that ?


Should people be free to talk any ideas even if these ideas were subject to crime laws if they were performed ?


For example someone is talking about blowing the parliament building up to solve some problems, should she/he be considered as a criminal or be allowed to keep talking as she/he wish ?

If they're aged 12 and not engaged in real life, maybe OK. Over 18 it can be a crime but depends if you are planning it with dates etc.. If you heard it from someone else, he could be an agent provocateur winding you up.

Best to stick to simpler problems, like how many 20 l. water cans will a donkey carry?
 

edg

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Are you agree with that ?


Should people be free to talk any ideas even if these ideas were subject to crime laws if they were performed ?


For example someone is talking about blowing the parliament building up to solve some problems, should she/he be considered as a criminal or be allowed to keep talking as she/he wish ?
It already is a crime. If two or more people plan to commit a crime but get arrested before the plan is put into action they can be tried for conspiracy.

I'm sure you agree this is a good law.
 

The OD

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Are you agree with that ?


Should people be free to talk any ideas even if these ideas were subject to crime laws if they were performed ?


For example someone is talking about blowing the parliament building up to solve some problems, should she/he be considered as a criminal or be allowed to keep talking as she/he wish ?
Just cut to the chase and tell us where you will be opening your (hypothetical) murder/suicide jacket so I can be sure to be well away from there, thanks.
 


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