It's time to stop worrying about the UK.
Their goal is to normalize murder.
When Myra Hindley was about to get out, the brother of one of her victims said, "Let her out. I'll be waiting for her."
They had to incrementally take it multiple steps further.
At some point, they'll abolish incarceration.
Watch it happen.
The goal is to differentiate themselves from the US.
I saw a British documentary about a prison official in Texas who witnessed 200 executions.
They couldn't believe that he wasn't wracked with guilt.
He took them out to the prison graveyard and showed them the headstone of the prisoner he'd gotten to know the best.
"What would you say to him now if he were here?" they asked.
"Rot in hell, motherf*cker."
His parents were hippies. The guy grew up on a commune.
He said, "They were so concerned about how the world raised children that they had no time for their own children."
Imagine losing your child to murder, and then these bland bureaucrats let the guy out.
They feel nothing.
Except for a deep, abiding love of murderers.
The entire system makes lawyers, judges, and prison staff fall in love with murderers.
The dead don't even exist.
Personally, I neither support nor oppose the death penalty, and I don't tell others how to feel.
But I do very much oppose letting murderers out of prison.
If I had a magic button that would make all British "justice system" bureaucrats feel what I felt, I'd press it so hard that I'd break my finger.
Then I'd laugh at them as they screamed.
The UK is doomed. British people are conflicted about success, so they've embraced total failure.
It's a country I'll never visit again.