China: Food safety violators to face death penalty / 中國: 違反食品安全條例者將面臨死刑
今日單字: violator [n] = 違背者
(一) 今日單字的其他意思 及 變化
1. 違犯、違背、違反 ( e.g. You have violated my trust. )
2. 侵犯、妨礙、擾亂 ( e.g. Paparazzi often violate personal privacy. )
* 可代表強姦 *
1. 違反、違背、違犯 ( e.g. That is a violation of the regulations. )
1. 違犯的、妨害的 ( e.g. The FDA recalls products that are considered violative. )
" Who will protect the public when the police violate the law ? " -- Ramsey Clark
「當警察違法時，誰來保護人民 ?」-- 拉姆齊 · 克拉克 ( 前聯邦檢察總長 )
" If it violates your own principles, don't do it. " -- Steve Chabot
「如果會違反自己的原則，就不要做。」-- 斯蒂夫 · 沙伯特 ( 俄亥俄州聯邦眾議員 )
Food safety has recently become a big issue in our country.
The plasticizer crisis is spreading to all corners of the food industry.
We see more and more raw materials and products tainted every day.
Yet....no serious punishment so far !!!
And are the producers of the plasticizer - contaminated clouding agents the only ones to blame ??
I think that big corporations that use their products are at fault too.
If you buy something at half the market price of other companies, it's very likely that something is wrong.
An obvious logic that most people understand, but somehow....the bosses of those companies seem to ignore.
They are NOT victims and shouldn't act so.
I saw on the news that the worst punishment for this serious crime is NT$ 300,000.
Is that fair ??
What do you think ?
How do you think those people should be punished ?