Post by woojongpark on Oct 28, 2012 8:34:48 GMT -5
I was wondering why the government killed everyone too. Rather than killing people with emotions, I thought they should be just forcefully given Prosium. Well, it violates human rights, but it's better than being killed. As I said in the other post, if some people are free to feel, they would cause chaos to the government. People with emotions are much harder to control, it's highly unpredictable what would happen. In some way, I understand why the governemtn tried to kill those people.
I know this is kind of irrelevant, but how did the government know who was sense offender? Did they spy on every single citizens? Or watched through CCTV? And also how can you tell the difference from sense offender and the normal people? Because when John Preston didn't inject Prozium, no one noticed it at first and got to know it after long time. They don't have exact standard that if people are emotional or not.
They shouldn't kill anyone! I think killing is bad. Anyway, if we think of it, there can be heaps of ways to prevent people from having emotion, just I am too lazy to list them all. For example, we can kidnap their family and threaten people. This is really effective as well even though it is mean way to do so. Or we can brainwash people through propaganda or using some sort of mental thingy. I think there should be good way to stop them, but I can't really think of them.
The government is doing futile, meaningless deeds to the people of restrining emotions because eventually there were people like the cleric who will retain their emotions. People then started to realize that emotions are actually something very important.
When a war starts it is caused by somebody's death, and when that war ends other people had to die. Then the government didn't need to make the medicines, instead they could just kill everyone on the planet.