The tenth mission in the Rebekah Isaac Incorporated five year plan, which we began to detail on November 27, 2017 is to ensure that the criminal justice systems and criminal procedures throughout each state or province, throughout each country, and throughout the world incorporate principles of universality at every stage of the criminal justice system. The atrocities that exist, even in the most advanced nations, and the torture that has become prevalent in every country would cause your hair to turn grey overnight. No one can fathom the pain and suffering that is ongoing at this very moment, in facilities that claim to be aimed at rehabilitating individuals for the purpose of facilitating their reincorporation into society as productive citizens. When individuals have been tortured to the point of insanity, it is impossible for them to be reintroduced into society without significant interventions.
We aim to create sentencing guidelines based on universal principles, propose remedial interventions as an alternative to incarceration, reduce the elements of domination and control that tend to generate fierce anger in the victims, and ensure that when an individual must be removed from society, he is treated with dignity and respect, and afforded a genuine opportunity for rehabilitation. When our justice systems are no longer necessary, we will know that we have accomplished our goals in this regard.
In addition, the long term effects of isolation from family is well known to have a destructive influence on the capacity to function effectively, and is being used in numerous ways, including forced separation from family members by any means possible. Separation weakens a person mentally, and makes them much more likely to cave in to external pressures. It is for this reason that the first option being offered to any problem is separation, as is true in the case of incarceration, refugee resettlement, nursing home placement, adoption, and foster care. When faced with our next problem or disaster, the first question we ask should be, "How can we keep families together in a supportive environment?" Asking this question will begin to heal our world, and undoubtedly will reduce or eliminate the long term effects of the trauma of separation.
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