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Jan 06, 2013
01:49 PM

Reminds me of the joke about the fire-station with an unlisted phone number.

Dallas, United States
Jan 08, 2013
12:37 AM

It looks like the media is set upon creating both a fear psychosis and an anti-male attitude among females - that their lives are in the hands of 'help lines' and not the brave Indian males.

Male Unblocked
Chennai, India
Jan 10, 2013
11:30 PM

 Respone to 2D-3 By Male Unblocked:- 

>> It looks like the media is set upon creating both a fear psychosis

Three sacred words, my friend: "dowry", "domestic violence", "rape"; just as Jews and Israel feel that the "collective consciousness of the world should never forget the evil that was holocaust" and thereby defend their right to oppress their less fortunate neighboring countries with the support of the world police nation the USA, the gender based jihdists will never let go off these golden words - as they hold to keys to the golden kingdom - in which every male person born will have to cringe for his life and existence in a police state that will frame and implement anti-male laws with "speedy justice" as many have been crying for now.

Even as the media is working hard to confer a martyr status on the unfortunate victim (a martyr that she or any other person never wanted to be or become) and covering her identity with euphemisms like "nirbhaya", "braveheart", "Joan De Arc" and what else, they are not letting go off the word "rape". IMO, the crime is beyond words, yet the familiar legal term "rape" is preferred by the media to understandably to reinvent rape laws in India so as to indict any male with ease and no fear of retribution for false charges.

We as a nation seem to have become the lynch mobs of the medieval ages. Shortcut democracy for "speedy justice". On every forum and blog I have been to in the last two weeks in the wake of the ghastly Delhi incident, people have been crying loud for "death penalty", as if we have become a bunch of cannibalistic pacific islanders.

I am not debating here the need to deliver justice that will deter repetitions of such events in future, but the need to make us a safer nation through constructive means seems last on the agenda of any of these 'trial by media' crusaders. Here is one simple and silly suggestion that seems to have missed the sharp faculties of the rape jihadis - women in western nations carry small deterring weapons like pepper spray (a very cheap product), personal safety laser guns (that deliver short lasting pulses of electricity) to protect themselves from assaults. If we can ape the dress styles of western women, we sure can ape their safety precautions. In all this lynch mob frenzy orchestrated by the gender jihadist media, I have not seen any single one of them coming forward to advise women on how best to move in public to avoid trouble. Forget law and capital punishment, if a strong guy in a dark hood comes to attack you either for money or sex, what is your defense? A well rehearsed citation of new laws? Crimes are endemic to every large nation. The convenience of anonymity offered by large cities does encourage some to live beyond means and indulge in crime. Even the fattest constitution and penal code will not stop these individuals.

I would be surprised if Outlook India will even publish my remark - showing to the extent to which they want to control the discourse in favor of the gender jihadis.

I am reposting this comment, since it is not appearing line with the logged comments on the main page. 

Don Quixote
Irvine, United States
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