February 24th, 2011
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  1. mathews

    I would like to know more about cyber crimes

    February 24, 2011 at 5:09 pm |
  2. Emmanuel nelson

    I've a question, what can i do to improve my business

    February 24, 2011 at 6:33 pm |
  3. victor okoruwa

    Government should focus on crime prevention rather than crime fighting by creatin enabling social condition that will enable individual atain their endowned potentia,fight poverty instead

    February 24, 2011 at 6:45 pm |
  4. osas

    Nigeria government should learn on how to prevent crime not fighting crime

    February 25, 2011 at 4:27 am |
  5. vikram virdi

    I'm very keen to watch this episode , when Is it going to be on Air ( New Delhi , India ) .
    Good Going Mr Quest " Quest means business " ;-)

    February 27, 2011 at 6:27 pm |
  6. Justina

    Ordinary people must be biblically educated to live for God's glory and for the good of everyone on earth. As long as the self gratification is exalted and taught so, mankind has no hope.

    February 28, 2011 at 6:33 am |
  7. Dr. Ali Hamdi, author of the healing bill book

    Many Arab dictators like to hire as many citizens as they can in the militias, the police and the army to keep their fingers on the trigger and divert them from holding pens and learn. Despite the unproductiveness of our armed forces, our dictators keep buying weapons at the expense of other vital equipments and machinery that we need in achieving the minimum sought after economical, scientific, and social growth.

    If our dictators allocate only 10% of the money they spend on their safety to improve education and other vital sectors, I can assure that their countries will develop and their reputations will consequently be much better; unfortunately, fear, expectation, perfidy, and plotting expenses have exceeded the expenditure that our dictators has appropriated to all other sectors.

    Many police stations, courts, jails, scout centers, and government offices have been built in sparsely populated counties and towns just to watch few dozens of unhappy citizens and hammer them with harsh sentences if they ask for their constitutional rights. Instead of spending a lot of money on building facilities of this kind to besiege the few citizens who were compelled to rob as a result of unemployment and shortage of food, the government should spend such money on building factories to contain unemployment and reduce theft and other neediness-related crimes.

    I believe that it would be more appropriate to distribute such money among the targeted citizens instead of building law enforcement facilities to contain them and narrow-down their lives more and more. Since money is behind 95% of crimes in the world, unemployment contention may be the solution to reduce “crime level” by this percentage. In fact, many developed countries often rejoice at lowering crime levels by 1%; how about lowering it by 95%?

    Solving the problems is therefore more effective and costs less than coating them; in other words, instead of hiring someone to guard an apple tree that you had implanted in your backyard, you had rather give it out, because its crop will not cover 1% of the guard’s wage. Likewise, freeing the hungry dogs that someone has raised amid his children will be safer, beneficial and more human than hiring guards to watch them while starving to death for failure to afford to buy them some food.

    March 26, 2011 at 1:43 pm |

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