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Affirmative/ possitive

This House Supports Death Penalty to Drugs Dealers


Im Ahmad Sayuti as first speaker, my friend M. Nazri as the second speaker for
delivering some arguments.. The third speaker is Sanjaya Andri collaborating the argument of
first and second speaker and rebutting the negative team.
Ladies and gentlemen,
A drug dealer is an individual who sells drugs, of any type or quantity, illegally. They
can be small-time dealers who sell small quantities to offset the costs of their own drug use,
or they can be highly organized groups and businessmen within high-organized operations
that run like a serious business. Traditionally, drug dealers are seen as a key part of the
problem of addiction in our communities, and there is often a lot of overlap with "pushing"
controlled drugs such as marijuana, heroin, meth and cocaine. Although this is the case with
some drug dealers, in reality, there is a lot of variability among drug dealers, the types of
drugs they sell, the reasons they sell, and who they sell drugs to. For example, there is
currently an underground market for prescription pain medication for people who have
chronic pain and are addicted to pain killers. . When their pain medication use escalates, they
are often labelled as "drug seeking," and their physician or insurance company may cut off
their supply to the medications they need to control their pain, so they may turn to a drug
dealer to purchase these drugs.
The possitive effect of supporting death penalty to drugs dealers are:
1. Gives Sense of Justice On Victims
Who gets the death penalty to those who commit crimes remarkable (extraordinary crime)
as an act of terrorism which eliminates many human lives, drugs that destroy the future of
the younger generation, and corruption as causes of poor countries. Their actions are
deemed malicious extraordinary that a prison sentence was considered disproportionate to
back at him, then the death penalty is considered appropriate and commensurate
punishment for their actions.
2. Control prisons in Indonesia Still Weak
Got a room like a prison to the palace, free and out of jail until the time to watch a tennis
match international, are examples of cases that have occurred in convicted of corruption
in Indonesia. At convicted of drugs, a lot of cases where they were able to arrange
transactions via telephone or internet. Seeing that case, apparently the prison was not a
barrier for them to stop doing crime or at least make them regret their crimes. Because of
the risk as it was still there, then it would be better if the convict was executed just as
soon as possible.
3. Costs Expensive
Imprison human life is tantamount costing the country dependents of their lives. If the
price of 1 is 5000 rupiah eating, ate three times a day for 10 years to 100 convicts already
costing 1.83 billion, an amount that is sufficient to build one school of good quality.
Maintaining their lives just to make more income countries, it is pointless, it's gone to kill
him. So roughly you have in mind on supporting the execution.
Well, based on explanation of our group you've ever read of the article, we agree This
House Supports Death Penalty to Drugs Dealers such as; Gives Sense of Justice On Victims,
Control prisons in Indonesia Still Weak, and Costs Expensive.

Ladies and gentlemen,


Im the second speaker, we have some arguments for supporting death penalty to
drugs dealers are:
1. Because it is better to kill one person than kill many people. When the drug dealers sell
and give a drug to many people, it is same like that drug dealer try to kill those people,
because drug can kill us or berak our life. Drug dealers can make so many victims.So, we
think we should give a death penalty to drug dealers.
2. They are killers! They do not deserve to leave. In order to earn their dirty money, they
killing thousands of people including children under age. The drug dealers shall be
executed in front of public, this will probably make them quit this dirty dealing or run
away from our country where we want to leave safe and peaceful. We should give a death
penalty to drug dealers.
3. Let's focus to drug dealer. Deadly dangers of drugs not only physically but also mentally
damaging and destroying the future generation. A drug not only affects the user, but the
impact on the surrounding community. Child neglect case you still remember the case of
child neglect 5 in Cibubur some time ago. The parents, spouses (married couple) UP and
NS, neglect their children because they were under the influence of drugs. Both types of
methamphetamine known drug addicts. Other cases occurred shortly in Polewali Mandar,
West Sulawesi. A housewife abandoning her two children for the sake pursue a career as a
drug dealer. In addition to the mother dealer named Damayanti (28) known also a drug
addict. Ironically, when the mother was arrested, her two children were forced witnessed.
Let then we focus our attention to the five children in the first case and the second child in
the second case. Please imagine how their psychological disturbance. Approx if not
caught by the police, growth and development of children will suffer the same fate with
their parents. They potentially will become addicted and even drug dealers as well or
perhaps a villain. The future of the children was bleak. What is the difference between
children is dead or alive. Then, the children were also potentially "transmit" their habit of
using drugs (later) to his playmates. Thus, the one widely added destructive impact
caused by the drug. Two examples of child neglect at the top for me enough to assert that
Indonesia had to fight against drug trafficking with the firm! The death penalty for
traffickers / continuing drug is most emphatic penalty. Because they are no different from
serial murder or terrorism or corruption that could kill a lot of people, both directly and
indirectly. They also destroyed the nation generation that ultimately destroy a nation!
By this we say, go forward with the death penalty for drug dealers.
Ladies and gentlemen,
Im Sanjaya Andri as the third speaker, I still support Death Penalty to Drugs Dealers
because:
1. A drug dealer is an individual who sells drugs, of any type or quantity, illegally. They can
be small-time dealers who sell small quantities to offset the costs of their own drug use,
or they can be highly organized groups and businessmen within high-organized
operations that run like a serious business.
2. Gives Sense of Justice On Victims
3. Control prisons in Indonesia Still Weak
4. Costs Expensive
5. Because it is better to kill one person than kill many people. When the drug dealers sell
and give a drug to many people, it is same like that drug dealer try to kill those people,
because drug can kill us or berak our life. Drug dealers can make so many victims.
6. They are killers! We should give a death penalty to drug dealers.

7. In addition to the children were also potentially "transmit" their habit of using drugs
(later) to his playmates. Thus, the one widely added destructive impact caused by the
drug. Two examples of child neglect at the top for me enough to assert that Indonesia had
to fight against drug trafficking with the firm! The death penalty for traffickers /
continuing drug is most emphatic penalty. Because they are no different from serial
murder or terrorism or corruption that could kill a lot of people, both directly and
indirectly. They also destroyed the nation generation that ultimately destroy a nation!
And the conclusion of this arguments of This House Supports Death Penalty to Drugs
Dealers, we support