Saturday, December 02, 2006


Renuka Chaudhary : I have such pity for men

Act won't hit good hubbies: Renuka

On the live interview with Karan Thapar, Renuka Chaudhary says "I have such a pity for men".

Imagine any public figure saying the similar statement for women.

Karan Thapar has totally exposed Ranuka's vicious plans. Men are not safe in their own house.

Indian law allows a women: To implicate any men she 'claimed' to have ever lived with or without marriage, irrespective of when she was divorced, what the divorce decree was.

- Satya


Media will have to wake up and acknowledge that women are equally violent

Tortured hubbies, victims of 498(A)

Who could you turn to when you say you are harassed by your wife?
How many would be ready to believe you?
Do you know after marriage the rate of suicide of men becomes 3.4 times that of women?

This whole ecosystem is fetched by feminist, contributed by women organizations and funded by every government.


UN rejects the false report about domestic violence in India

U.N. Rejects Secretary-General’s Report on Violence Against Women
November 24, 2006
Vox Populi, Family, Politics, Feminism
By David R. Usher

Hot off the presses: On Wednesday, the United Nations decided to “note”, but not to “acknowledge” the dangerous Secretary-General’s report on Violence Against Women assembled under the corrupt administration of Kofi Annan. This means that the report will probably not be acted upon.

It appears this took place because of tremendous pressure placed on the United Nations by RADAR and its hundreds of affiliates and co-signatories.

This is a major gain for reformers working diligently to replace senselessly-destructive feminist social frameworks with truly beneficial pro-family solutions. It is also a step forward in achieving a major goal: ending terrorism by world feminists. Radical feminism has been a focal point of the bitter major cultural disagreement between Muslims and the West in recent years.

America must now adopt moderate approaches to gender with respect to social power, law, divorce, and family policy if it wishes to reduce stark cultural tensions that have culminated in radical Muslim attacks on the West. Feminist policies must be ended. Marriage must be restored as the social norm, for this is the only arrangement assuring equal sociall rights and power sharing between men and women.

This event now points directly to the outrageousness of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which was strongly supported by past Democrat and Republican-dominated congresses and presidents.

America is now officially out of step with the world. The new Congress must now substantially revise VAWA. Given the fact there is little worth keeping in VAWA, it would be wiser to redact VAWA entirely and replace it with useful policies recognizing the true etiology of domestic conflict, and targeted towards providing preventive and interventive treatment for the benefit of spouses who request assistance dealing with an abusive partner

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