No, you literally started by throwing shit at people, the posts don't lie.
Might want to work on your reading comprehension, I just said that after I shit in my hand and throw it, I don't talk about how I have 'etiquette' when I'm throwing my shit.
Punishment, sense of justice, permanent elimination of unwanted element from society etc.
If you get a sense of justice out of seeing someone else get murdered then you, to me, are an unwanted element of society. See what I did there? Who decides what is an 'unwanted element'? A murderer? A Rapist? A Thief? A Jaywalker? Fuck it, kill 'em all. You do not take the 'undesirable' and then commit an atrocity in the name of justice. That is not justice, that is hypocrisy, a hypocrisy that most likely no man on earth can claim to be qualified to green light.
Not to mention the idea of the fallibility of the justice system as well as the fact that humans are completely fallible. If the death sentence exists then the idea of repenting or making up for your mistakes becomes a moot point because "fuck it, just execute them".
I was under the assumption that the entire point of the justice system was to be better than those who commit acts of violence and crime, not this dark ages bullshit that you propose.
Don't like it? feel free to move. Can't move? too bad. Welcome to the real world, where the Universe doesn't revolve around your existence.
How about you move the fuck out of this country and go over to the shit-holes that revel in this sort of barbarity? See that, see what I did there? I bet you probably won't.
Already went over this above. Morality is indeed subjective - which changes absolutely nothing. Not sure what Shariah law have to do with anything here, if you meant to use that as an example of "bad laws imposed by society", I would agree, but only because my own subjective morality disagrees with the values imposed by Shariah, not because there's some Universal Scale on which my morality scored higher than Shariah's.
So you score other people's legal systems as bad and agree that your worldview is subjective yet believe that it should be implemented (or continued to be implemented) on this wide scale? That's... powerful.
Edit: I should also say this now but the concept of "free-will" is also a pretty murky line. What if a society found your views to be repugnant and decided to drag you to the back of the wood-shed and old-yeller you? Hey, it was justified, you would most likely spread the 'toxic ideas' that you have.
Or, let's put it this way, you have an anti-natalist. Now this anti-natalist hates life and he believes that life is pain and life is suffering. Now this Anti-Natalist, being the humanitarian sort, decides to implement the death penalty to anyone that subjects another living-being to the horrors of reality (See: Having Children). See what I'm getting at here?