How an African tribe deals with crime

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PostSat Dec 08, 2012 12:46 am » by Svaha


There were times when food was realy hard to get, so every member of the tribe was needed to survive, and only those that committed a worse crime (like murder) were exciled (which ment certain death)

Amongst other tribes the murderer had to take the place of the person he/she murdered.

From this perspective, not paying attention to someone, acting as if this person was invisible, was a severe punishment.
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PostSat Dec 08, 2012 12:49 am » by 99socks


Svaha wrote:
From this perspective, not paying attention to someone, acting as if this person was invisible, was a severe punishment.



Sounds like the house I grew up in. :?
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PostSat Dec 08, 2012 12:57 am » by Fatdogmendoza


99socks wrote: @Edgar and SC: that's why I asked. It seems the pattern around the world is that of exile and not deliberate re-inclusion, and the fact that the tribe wasn't named made it vague enough to sound like a hoax.

But I do really like the idea. :sunny:


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PostSat Dec 08, 2012 2:47 am » by kingligger


What about rape or murder? Naughty person & take that as a punishment. Death Penalty I would enquire

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PostSat Dec 08, 2012 4:15 am » by mediasorcery


what a post, mind blowing, kudos for this, we could all learn something from this im sure.ta sock.
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PostSat Dec 08, 2012 4:23 am » by Cornbread714


From what "they" tell us: we are all of African descent.


So let us niggas raise hands in praise of the creative mother (and father) and stop believing ANYTHING we ever hear on Facebook.

And make a joyful noise (hopefully somewhat rhythmic - I know: some of us paler Africans have a slight problem with that) unto our cosmic mammy with the big, black comforting titties.

AMEN

I hope everyone gets my humor.


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PostSat Dec 08, 2012 4:32 am » by Ishumble


:clapper: Great story of unconditional love

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PostSat Dec 08, 2012 5:00 am » by Mydogma


I think some traditional natives have that type of thing happening, perhaps not to such a simplicity...imagine all the shrinks that would loose their jobs..cops...judges..pharms and jailers ...hmmm sounds like its a winner too me..although I was looking forward to the peeing on the rocker club...perhaps I have a ffetish thing happening...better go see a shrink..
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