well, that's what i mean, it's rationalized. just because a government approves of something doesn't make it good, huh? that's not an argument here. it's wrong to take people to prison for thinking about murder because that would mean everything is fixed. or you say they have a choice, in whihc case, the murder could have not happened. it sure is a political move in the movie, but the fact that they abandoned it has ethical ties. because as humans we have the ability to change ourselves and while we are flawed we also have the potential for good. so, the system reduces us to premeditated killers or whatever. no, i wouldn't want to live in that society either.