Ilbert Geis Quote

“The most efficacious method of dealing with deviancy is to ignore, to the furthest point of our tolerance, those items which we find offensive.”

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Mike, Norwalk

I'm not sure how to rate the quote as a stand alone statement  there are terms need be defined first and a basis or foundation set. Deviancy, tolerance and offensive for example when used in a criminal justice sense differ greatly from a politically correct emotional sense.

Ronw13, OR
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Ronw13, OR    4/16/19

The reprobate mind will always press the bounds of nature, which considering the beast of mankind must be reigned in, more over when economic liberty in considered, their are always those, who possess the ability to plunder for the sake of greed. Taking advantage through usury unbridled. " For, brethren, ye have been called unto liberty; only use not liberty for an occasion to the flesh, but by love serve one another" Gala 5:13 kjb, The rock upon which the Republic rest. 

E Archer, NYC

I agree, "to the furthest point of our tolerance" but there is a limit, and it must be made known or else the usurpation never ends ...


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