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Don’t Give Up Thinking Deeply

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I attended a meeting in protest against the executions and in favor of revisiting the crimes committed by the Aum cult. My favorite documentary director tweeted about it 2 days before the event, allowing me to know about it beforehand. The meeting’s aim is to consider where our nation and government wants to go. The attendees could listen to many opinions and analyses of the situation from journalists, writers, psychiatrists, councilors and victims. There were 13 executed defendants who were key members in Aum’s crimes in July 2018. One panelist, the psychiatrist Mr. Noda wrote the certificate of Psychological appraisal for Asahara who was the guru of Aum. He was not fit for trial, however, there was a prospect of making it (1) pull through, if he could treatment for half a year. But Tokyo High Court dismissed the appeal.

Many people felt it was extremely weird for the minister of justice to rush and decide their execution in July 2018. Somebody said, “The next year, 2019, a new emperor will ascend the throne and will be a new era. 2020 is the Olympic year. Thus, the government wants to finish the case of Aum.” I could hardly believe my ears.
When I was a student a teacher taught me that Japan has a system which separates three powers; Legislative power, Administrative power, Judicial power. This system acts as a check and balance to prevent fraud. However, when I heard much of the information from the panelists in the meeting, I began to have doubts and that the system has already been ruined. Who can (3)put back these things as they were?

Somebody said, “Think about the victims! Criminals need strict punishment!” I don’t deny that they are right but in my opinion, it mixes different issues. The most important thing is to prevent the occurrence of the same tragedy. I know it’s not easy to know what is the truth in history.
We already know about the Nazis, Khmer Rouge, and the Tiananmen Square protests. Nobody can turn over the wrongs Judgements in history. If the nation or leader loses control, it’ll surely bring tragedy. If we allow capital punishment, it’ll help make the system more convenient for the nation or dictator, not the citizens. Don’t be deceived. Don’t give up thinking deeply.
As of July 18th, 2018, 106 countries have abolished capital punishment for all crimes. A total of 142 countries abolished capital punishment in effect or virtually.
There are 196 countries in the world. Almost all countries are trying to uphold all human rights, with Japan (4)bringing up to the rear.


Before the Revision

Title: Don’t give up to think deeply.
I attended the meeting to protest against executions and think again about the crimes of the cult religion Aum. My favorite documentary director tweeted that event before 2 days of the event, I could know that. The meeting’s aim considers our nation and government want to go where. The attendees could listen to many opinions and analysis of the situation from Journalists, writers, psychiatrists, House of Councilors, victims. There were 13 defendants executed who held the key of Aum’s crimes in July 2018. One panelist, the psychiatrist Noda wrote the certificate of Psychological appraisal for Asahara who was the guru of Aum. He had no litigation ability, however, there was a prospect of (1) pull through, if he could treatment for half a year. But Tokyo High Court dismissed the appeal.

Many people feel extremely weird why the minister of justice rushed to decide their execution in July 2018. Somebody said, “The next year 2019, New emperor will inherit. 2020 is the Olympic year. Thus, the government wants to finish the case of Aum.” I could hardly believe my ears.
When I was a student Teacher taught me Japan has the system which separation of three powers; Legislative power, Administrative power, Judicial power. This system has a role of monitoring to prevent fraud. However, when I heard much information from panelists in that meeting, I have doubt that system has been already ruined. Who can (3)put back the role in the right place?

Somebody said, “Think about the victims! Criminals need strict punishment!” I don’t deny that opinion. but in my opinion, It mixes different issues. The most important thing is to prevent to occur the same tragedy. I know it’s not easy to know what is the truth of history.
We already know Nazi, Khmer Rouge, Tiananmen Square protests. Nobody can (2)put away the wrong Judgements on the right history. If the nation or leader loses the control, it’ll bring tragedy. If we allow capital punishment, it’ll help the system more convenient for nation or dictator, not a citizen. Don’t be deceived. Don’t give up to think deeply.

As of July 18th, 2018, 106 countries have abolished capital punishment for all crimes. A total of 142 countries abolished capital punishment in effect or virtually.
There are 196 countries in the world. Almost country walking to keep all human rights, with Japan (4)bringing up to the rear.

homework:
(1) pull through: Overcome difficulties or illness.
(e.g) “My grandmother caught pneumonia last winter but she pulled through.
(2) put away: Return something to the place where it is usually kept.
(e.g) “Please put away the dictionary when you’ve finished using it.
(3)put back: Replace, return to its proper place.
(e.g) “Please put the dictionary back on the shelf beside the others.”
(4)bring up the rear: Someone who brings up the rear is the last person in a group of people who are walking or running.
(e.g) The pupils walked calmly down the corridor, with the teacher bringing up the rear.

notice
In this article, I try to appropriate use 4 phrasal verbs(No.1~4) in this article which I write my daily life and thoughts because I’m learning English. This is one of writing training.

International
More than 70% of the world’s countries have abolished capital punishment in law or practice. The U.S. is an outlier among its close allies in its continued use ...

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