Should prison just be for punishment or do we want to find a way to integrate those and reintegrate those people who have made mistakes in our society and help them, be better, be better citizens and contribute to our society? Now, there are those that maybe we can’t do that with because of, you know, Mass serial killers, maybe not. For most crimes and most things, we can rehabilitate people. This is becoming a global issue. The global issue is not one of whether can we rehabilitate people or not, it’d be becoming an issue of radicalization. People are placed in prison because of the mistake that they made. And while in prison that they align themselves or find themselves with people who have radical ideas, people who hijack religions, hijack beliefs, and prey on people who are just disenfranchised or just tried to try to find a way to fit back into society. Some people are maybe angry and feel that they were treated unjustly and they align themselves with groups. They have ideas of hatred. And these people who are promoting the hatred, build on the fear and distrust that people have in society because they’ve been incarcerated. This is the true global problem of prison systems around the world and the prison systems become breeding grounds for terrorist activity. Because of radical groups that are locked inside the prisons. Well, the United Nations and what we have recorded from the United Nations This is more centralized in Africa. The problem does exist in the United States and Canada when we consider white supremacist problems. This there the prison systems become breeding grounds for radicalized white two premises who want to simply overthrow whatever our government looks like. Because they think that this is their country and that everyone else should submit to what it is they believe. radicalization in prisons is becoming a global problem and something that we all might want to look at in how our prison systems are affecting our society in general. So why don’t we listen to this is one, one hour of a much longer conversation that needs to happen on how we take prison systems from being a punishment to wanting rehabilitation and limiting the radical ideas they could spread among inmates?