Moribund punishment - "nerve destruction by microwave" = "マイクロ波による神経破壊"

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It is possible to define life in terms of consciousness. When consciousness ceases, a living organism can be said to have died. One of the flaws in this approach is that there are many organisms which are alive but probably not conscious (for example, single-celled organisms). Another problem is in defining consciousness, which has many different definitions given by modern scientists, psychologists and philosophers. Additionally, many religious traditions, including Abrahamic and Dharmic traditions, hold that death does not (or may not) entail the end of consciousness. In certain cultures, death is more of a process than a single event. It implies a slow shift from one spiritual state to another. [12]

August 20, 1983
The United Democratic Front – a coalition of trade unions, women's groups, and youth organizations – is established.

The National Audit Office (NAO) concluded last year that there was limited evidence sanctions actually worked. “What [the NAO] showed was that benefit sanctions in relation to JSA did increase the likelihood of people getting into a job but [it] also pointed out that the earnings weren’t good,” he says. “So the evidence was people were being pushed into jobs, but worse jobs than they would have got if they had taken their time.” It also found that sanctions caused disabled and chronically ill people who claimed employment support allowance (ESA) to spend less time in work, suggesting the effect was to discourage them from getting a job.

There's no ground here that Allen hasn't gone over before, but as a treatment of upper crust mores and, eventually, as a thriller, it's compulsively watchable and generally well acted.

North Korea has never acknowledged that these camps exist, but United States and South Korean officials estimate some 200,000 people may be imprisoned in them, including in camp No. 14 in Kaechun, No. 15 in Yodok, No. 16 in Hwasung, No. 22 in Hoeryung, and No. 25 in Chungjin.

Certainly stopping this vile, amoral creature early (but none too soon) in its depredation of young girls was a good thing. The fact that it was tried as an adult and sentenced to a moderately stiff punishment (at least initially, before time off for “good behavior” and a La Raza-influenced parole board turns the thing loose) was also commendable. However, the fact that this type of exploitative violent crime against children from the Mestizo community was “a huge eye opener” for an experienced police detective is typical of the careerist shills who populate government sinecures from top to bottom. It was only an “eye opener” because the ostensible authorities of the USSA have turned a blind eye to the Mestizo menace for so long.

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