IN SEARCH OF SALVATION
Can we rehab them? The government thinks so, yet the debate began with a firm rejection of the rehab concept.
"Let them rot," some exclaim.
"Help them atone,” others insist.
What is your view?
My own is to be informed.
I’ve studied Stewart Bell’s report on globalnews.ca and on Twitter posted by @StewGlobal
I have also mulled over a report on brianlilley.com in which he explains why he doesn’t buy the rehab concept -- a point of view many of us share.
|La Nación cartoonist Alfredo Sabat's take on Montoneros and justice.|
Montoneros were a well-funded, highly organized terrorist group
which owned mobile weapons and explosives factories.
|The leaders of the armed forces (above) were judged in court |
and jailed for life for their atrocities.
Several ex-terrorists (below) got government posts under
the Kirchner government.
Their atrocities were never recognized as crimes against humanity.
“Extremes are dangerous,” someone said. “What is true and real and good lies somewhere near the centre.”
And there’s the big question: Where is the centre?