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    Irish Prisons

    As I stated in another thread I will be taking a closer look at my own country’s policies and leanings, so here’s the first instalment.

    Like most of the world men outnumber women in Irish prisons. In our case by about 85% to 15%.

    Persons committed to prison Year 2007to Year 2017

    But this disparity isn’t good enough. It’s unfair – to the women!


    This first article is about the U.K., but since Northern Ireland is part of the U.K. and it is being carried in a Republic of Ireland newspaper I thought it pertinent:

    The problem with women’s prisons – and why they do more harm than good

    In 2018 69% of women imprisoned in Northern Ireland were sentenced to six months or less, while 29% were sentenced to three months or less. These sentence lengths are an ineffectual use of justice and have a destructive impact on women and their children. Indeed, in England and Wales, the justice secretary, David Gauke, has called for sentences below six months to be scrapped.

    I recently delivered a policy briefing at the Northern Ireland Prison Service, suggesting that women be diverted from custody urgently. The Department of Justice has since stated the number of women in custody is a “significant issue” and that they aim to reduce ‘offending’ among women.

    While this is good news, efforts to reduce the number of women in prison must also include diversion from arrest.
    Written by a woman, no surprise there then.


    Inside a women's prison: 'My daughter thinks I'm away doing a hairdressing course'

    Women are a tiny minority in Irish prisons, largely serving short terms for non-violent crimes. Does it make sense to keep them in jails built by men, for men?

    "It has an unusually extra punitive impact on women when they are put in prison. It is so much greater than it is for an awful lot of men."

    Asked what the alternative would be, Roche says that each community needs to share the burden.

    "In an ideal world, if it was my call, I would prefer to have a large number of smaller community care centres in local communities. It would be far more effective.

    The IPRT subscribes to this view and says alternatives need to be found to jailing women.

    Fíona Ní Chinnéide, acting executive director of the IPRT, adds: "Offending by women is better dealt with in the community. Gender-specific alternatives to prison, which take into account the complex needs of female offenders - for example, supported community service schemes - should be developed and made available on a nationwide basis."
    Written by a guy – shame on you.
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    Prison for men, local dorms for women, with a little community service thrown in to make it look better. Your grounded young lady!

    Whata you mean that's not fair? The women are losing their freedom too! It'll be house arrest next. Then it will be just like jail, only with TV, radio, internet and good food.
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    How about taking away her makeup for a month? And in extreme cases, her phone too!
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    Here's the facts the way I see it.

    Men are profitable incarcerated and women are not.

    Man: 5.5 tons of coarse gravel produced from rocks every day, that's enough gravel to fill potholes on several miles of roadway (also manned by male prisoners).

    Women: Medical conditions, psyche med, and feminine hygiene expenses are all they have to offer to a prison slave camp system (where profit greases the wheels of the system).

    Under no circumstance are women more profitable than men in the labor camps AKA prisons.

    Who would you rather plunder the fruits of their manual labor? Spaghetti arms on psyche meds, or Tyrone the human tank that can rip off your car bumper?

    And that, gentlemen, is another Tower's look behind the curtains covering the MATRIX. Men are copper-tops'.

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    "It has an unusually extra punitive impact on women when they are put in prison. It is so much greater than it is for an awful lot of men."
    Which means that women who have been to prison are much less likely to re-offend?

    Of course not, I bet. Women who wind up in prison are almost certainly criminal dirtbags who just can't stop breaking the law.

    I say: early release if the get their tubes tied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wombat View Post
    Which means that women who have been to prison are much less likely to re-offend?

    Of course not, I bet. Women who wind up in prison are almost certainly criminal dirtbags who just can't stop breaking the law.

    I say: early release if the get their tubes tied.
    I say full pardon if they get their tubes "and" vocal cords tied!

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    Women are a tiny minority in Irish prisons, largely serving short terms for non-violent crimes. Does it make sense to keep them in jails built by men, for men?
    This was the line that really caught my eye. Funny I always thought prisons were built by men for criminals. But what do I know, I'm just a man that deserves to be in prison apparently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    This was the line that really caught my eye. Funny I always thought prisons were built by men for criminals. But what do I know, I'm just a man that deserves to be in prison apparently.
    "Criminal" is now lawfully applicable to each and every "person". This truth is self evident to anyone willing to introspect while reading the law, which law? Seek and ye shall find.

    With this sort of social dictate by fable law, it's only natural that one learn to tactically navigate life to minimize "conflicts" with the "law".

    When the law is wrong, (and it is) it becomes a weapon, sometimes lethal, in the hands of reprobate "people", "persons", and must be avoided at all cost.

    Modern Marriage to the fickle and reprobate nature of the female "human being" empowered with "reprobate dual standard paradoxical laws", has made her and all women under and united by that law. Making them lethal to a man's existence and subsistence as we are now "endangered by law".

    After making full circle and examining the facts, changes, and directions dictated by law, it's nothing personal I hold women accountable for, but rather a lengthy indictment against the law, charging it with criminal reckless endangerment and slaughter of human life. That's what this society now stands for. The only logical place to stand is on defense and personal sovereignty, in other words, you're all alone. And that, more than women, is the MGTOW DRIVING FORCE. We truly salute the LAW, the same way enemy officers salute each other in P.O.W. camps.

    Woman's claim to equality and independence has inadvertently placed them in the enemy's camp as traitors.

    Go ahead, tell me I'm wrong, you ladies did it to yourselves, your lives are a living hell and only getting worse, and because you lack the ability to introspect, the flames are only getting higher. Why bother giving logical explanations to such a narcissistic nature given unlawful inequity over me?

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    Re: Irish Prisons

    Some screwed up thinking there in Erie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    Women are a tiny minority in Irish prisons, largely serving short terms for non-violent crimes. Does it make sense to keep them in jails built by men, for men?
    This was the line that really caught my eye. Funny I always thought prisons were built by men for criminals. But what do I know, I'm just a man that deserves to be in prison apparently.
    I always thought women and men were equal, but some misogynist pig in Ireland seems to think otherwise. Tell them that women can do everything men can do, and they can do it in high heels!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoidberg View Post
    I always thought women and men were equal, but some misogynist pig in Ireland seems to think otherwise. Tell them that women can do everything men can do, and they can do it in high heels!
    LOL. Here's a recent photo of me and a friend on a night out.

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    To be clear, I referred to the author of the article, not you, Jackoff. But all men are pigs, as we’ve been told by our feminist overlords. Oink oink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoidberg View Post
    To be clear, I referred to the author of the article, not you, Jackoff. But all men are pigs, as we’ve been told by our feminist overlords. Oink oink.
    That's filthy pig when addressing me! Oink oink, crunch crunch (that's me eating moldy grain and spoiled meat).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoidberg View Post
    To be clear, I referred to the author of the article, not you, Jackoff. But all men are pigs, as we’ve been told by our feminist overlords. Oink oink.
    Didn't think you were referring to me, but if the shoe fits I'm happy to wear it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    Didn't think you were referring to me, but if the shoe fits I'm happy to wear it.
    Take it from me, that's a good way to tear your scrotum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    Take it from me, that's a good way to tear your scrotum!
    No worries there. I know better than to wear those particular shoes in public.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    Some screwed up thinking there in Erie
    Something at which we usually happily excel, just not in this case.

    Sorry for being pedantic but my fellow countrymen would never forgive me if I let this pass.

    The correct spelling is Éire, or Eire at a push, but I admit it can all get a bit eerie especially when looking down from my eyrie.
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