Father dearest

In culture on February 22, 2014 at 09:49

Sonny Dean Father of Miranda Barbour who is a self-proclaimed mass murderer tells the public that he is at peace with a possible decision to execute his own daughter.

He has raised her as strict as possible and still she has been struggling with heroin addiction all her life leading her into a cult where a man lost his life while he was busy having sex the daughter.

First and foremost heroin is a difficult drug to get people off. In Denmark we have started a system where heroin users can get their heroin shot for free at certain clinics secured with both trained staff and security employees. This system has resulted in a lowered crime rate among the drug users because they no longer have to finance their drug use. But it has also resulted in a reduced drug use because the drug users get less stressful and suddenly have time to rethink how they are running their lives. They decide to reduce or quit drugs. Motivation found inside is the only tool to a drug free life.

No secure lockdown in the world can show the same good results 3 years after a person enter this system. If they claim it, it is false marketing.

It is here the father of Miranda Barbour failed. He has properly tried wilderness therapy, he has properly tried lockdown Christian boarding school, and he has properly tried various rehabs.

It is dangerous. Because who is running the rehab businesses? Research in Denmark showed that 60 percent were run by religious movements – some so extreme that they were cults.

Miranda Barbour ended up at a protest cult. Being used to a cult-like environment as it exists inside most rehabs for the poor it wasn’t such a big step. Believing in one thing or another – what is the difference? People switch addiction to drugs to addictions to the cult.

If they were around today some of the followers of the Peoples Temple Agricultural Project would say “Yes” to this. But they are dead so they cannot answer. They went from drug addiction to a being addicted to better life abroad.

Had Sonny Dean kept out of her drug addiction but just not enabling her instead of trying to stop the addiction by force the world might have been safer. Of course the victim might have been killed or molested by the next minor he would have tried to have sex with. But at some point Miranda Barbour would have wanted to change her life and then she could have looked forward to a life in freedom rather than life in prison or possible death sentence.

Miranda’s dad supports daughter’s execution if verdict is guilty (The Daily Item)


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