Dec 28, 2012

New Delhi, India is rape capital : Chief Minister

New Delhi, India Chief Minister, Sheila Dixit: "I do not like my city (New Delhi, India) being described as rape capital but it is out in the open that it has become one. I have a daughter and daughter-in-law. I am concerned about all girls in the city.  We need to strive towards a situation where girls do not need to be escorted. Where people think of a girl, irrespective of her attire, as sacrosanct.  I will not make false promises but I am striving to make it better"

Models, one draped in Indian flag, protest in Mumbai against rape in New Delhi, India
Former Justice of Indian Supreme Court Markandey Katju's chimes in on the police attack on journalists in New Delhi, India on his blog Satyam Bruhat here.   He says,  "I strongly condemn the recent attack on journalists by the police in Delhi during the recent protests against gangrape at India Gate and Rajpath. The journalists were only covering the events, which it is their fundamental right under the Constitution to do, and in fact that is their duty to the public. Many journalists were targeted by the police, their cameras broken, and many were physically assaulted. This a flagrant attack on democracy in the country, and it is not an isolated incident. Many such incidents are coming to my knowledge from different parts of the country."

Indian President Pranab Mukherjee's son Abhijit Mukherjee reportedly remarked that the women protesters were "dented and painted".  WTF?   Is the Indian President's son trying to draw an analogy between an automobile and a woman?

Here is an image that is linked to Valerie Hudson of BYU.

Female infanticide in India by Valerie Hudson, BYU
I don't think you have to be of Asian Indian origin to figure out that there is a connection to money here.  When a female child is born in an Asian Indian family, that is less than rich, it is assigned a depreciating monetary value, beginning at the moment of birth.     The Chinese proverb, raising a daughter is like watering a plant in another man's garden applies.

Its not two faces of New Delhi, its two faces of India
The most sexually repressed men and women are probably found in India (land of Kama Sutra and graphic sexual figures on Hindu temples) and Islamic societies.  As comparison, many Asian Indian men are like Andy Stitzer, Steve Carrel's character in the movie the 40 year old virgin, except their minds are like Mooj, yes indeed, with Mooj's vocabulary!!!!  If this was not the case, why would millions watch the soft pornography escapist shit that Bollywood puts out in the name of entertainment?  

The treatment of women as they step out their homes in India is animalistic, I don't think I am exaggerating.  The endless ogling, groping and touching of breasts and buttocks, verbal and physical harassment in public; being a woman ain't easy in India.  The legal system is overburdened and impotent.  Nothing will change in the foreseeable future but sure hope that I am wrong.  And I lived in New Delhi for a long time, where did the candle lighting shit come from in the capital city and in India?  What else does it do except burning the wax?  


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