Thursday, November 16, 2006

When Our Politician and LAW Maker Will Wake Up??

When Our Politician and LAW Maker Will Weak Up??


This is the appeal of Santhaka a SIF Volenter:-



News from IBN live:


http://www.ibnlive.com/news/act-wont-hit-good-hubbies-renuka/26051-3.html

In the above video2

this participant ruler of the country clearly knows 98% cases of IPC-498a (dowry law) i.e, 98% misuse of dowry laws.


What is 98% MISUSE by dowry law means?:


1) Every year atleast 50,000 families (out of 70,000 police FIRs on 498a) for
nearly 15+ yrs (total 7 lkhs 50,000 families or around 0.5 crore persons)
including intellectuals (5% intellectuals creates 60% infrastructure in most
countries) who are responsible for the infrastructure of the country(like
scientists, phds, engineers, doctors) wasted their precious time, value, money
for 5 to 8 yrs(minimum time it takes in any court for dowry law in india)
declared as innocents by hight courts/supremecourts/session courts. These ppl
lost faith, trust on the executive system and governance of the country. Many
out of these ppl (very elders) depressed, died, diseased, lived in fear cursing
at courts at old age before dying. how many children raised under single
parenting. See how the resources of the country wasted for nothing. who is
responsible for this? Is this the way country use/d intellectuals or resources
for the country? no one questions.

No one cares poor real suffering several women who not even inside this 100%
498a cases.



Pls. see the real statistics here how many men die before marriage and how
many die after marriage:



http://www.frontlineonnet.com/fl1821/18210960.htm



It states that — “The distribution of suicides by marital status reveals some
interesting patterns. The rates do not vary much between the sexes for the never
married. Among those currently married, while the rate for males is about 17 per
100,000 persons, the rate for females is 11.4 per 100,000. Among those widowed,
while the rate for males is 21 per 100,000 persons, the rate for females is also
significantly lower, at 6.6 per 100,000. However, among divorced males the
suicide rate is 164 per 100,000 persons, but even in this class, among females
the rate is only 63 per 100,000. While the suicide rate for separated men is
about 167, for females it is only 41 per 100,000 persons. ”



National crime records bureau (NCRB) statistics about suicides:



http://ncrb.nic.in/ADSI-03.pdf


It states that - :


The ratio of Male : Female victims of suicide was 63 : 37.


Nearly 44.7% of the suicide victims were married males while only 25% were
married females.”


Male Female accident Victim Ratio — 76 : 24.





http://newsbyus.com/more.php?id=6109_0_1_0_M



Domestic Violence Rumor Mill Runs the United Nations

By David R. Usher on Nov 13, 06



If United States Ambassador John Bolton fails to act, world feminists
will seize vast powers to destroy families internationally while committing
tremendous human rights violations against men, women, and children in every
country of the world.



Everyone agrees that domestic violence is a problem. Feminists dishonestly
pretend it is entirely problem of unruly men, buttressed by unreliable myopic
surveys of women. The purpose of this feminist approach is to achieve the
primary goal of radical feminism: to destroy marriage, seize children and family
wealth, and establish the liberated single-mother family. Unfounded allegations
of abuse are the political and legal vector already used in many western
countries to achieve this end.



The senseless destruction of marriage, homes, families, and the lives of
children in western cultures has deeply violated the human rights of everyone.
It has transformed many good cities into third-world urban disasters suffering
from rampant illegitimacy, prostitution, crime, child sexual predation, and
poverty. Radicals at the United Nations wish to force their new world order on
the rest of the world.


The truth is this: women are as likely, or even more likely than men to engage
in, and initiate, domestic violence. According to a 32-nation by Murray Straus,
female-only partner aggression is twice as prevalent as male-only partner abuse.

Many credible individuals now recognize this fact. They acknowledge the truth,
and in many cases advocating strongly against the looming radical takeover of
the United Nations. You can count on leaders and knowledgeable professionals
(not driven by entitlements or political power) such as President Bush, Phyllis
Schlafly, Dr. Gerald Koocher (President of the APA), Dr. Murray Straus, Dr. Don
Dutton, Wendy McElroy, Dr. Felicity Goodyear-Smith, and Lee Newman [SAFE
International] to speak the truth.



Even a child could see through the rumor-mill-fed machinations of feminists.


Here are a few examples:



· The 113-page United Nations Report admits it is based on a “lack [of]
systematic and reliable data on violence against women”. There is no evidence
in the report that any information was collected about women’s violence against
men. Without any supportive factual foundation, the U.N. Report claims that
“Violence against women persists in every country in the world as a pervasive
violation of human rights and a major impediment to achieving gender equality”.

· The U.N. Commission on Human Rights framework for model legislation on
domestic violence is a carte-blanche vehicle empowering feminists to violate
science and human rights in every country of the world. It defines domestic
violence solely as “gender-specific violence directed against women“, and
admonishes states to “adopt the broadest possible definitions of acts of
domestic violence”. It states, “There shall be no restrictions on women
bringing suits against spouses or live-in partners”. The victim must be advised
“of her rights as outlined below”. The responding officer must “arrange for the
removal of the offender from the home and, if that is not possible and if the
victim is in continuing danger, arrest the offender”. It permits immediate
seizure of assets, and criminal conviction on the sole basis uncorroborated
testimony by the alleged victim.



· WHO’s director Lee Jong-Wook made a stunning, scientifically-juxtaposed claim
about global domestic violence: “Women are more at risk from violence involving
people they know at home than from strangers in the street.”



· The World Bank estimates that “sexual and domestic violence accounts for 19
per cent of the disease burden among women aged 15-44 in industrialised
countries”. Do banks scientifically study domestic violence?



· A UNPF report alleges that two-thirds of married women in India were victims
of domestic violence, and then contradicts itself by claiming that 70 per cent
of married women in India between the age of 15 and 49 are victims of beating,
rape or coerced sex. This report also asserts that the rate of domestic
violence is much higher in Egypt with 94 per cent and Zambia with 91 per cent.



· UNICEF makes a wild assertion based on a “study” done in conjunction with Body
Shop International (a mail-order firm specializing in toiletries) “at least one
in three women globally has been beaten, coerced into sex, or abused in some
other way-most often by someone she knows, including by her husband or another
male family member. Globally, one woman in four has been abused during
pregnancy.” If one-quarter of pregnant women are beaten, that leaves only 8%
being beaten when they are not pregnant. The report spends much time discussing
children living in situations of domestic violence, but fails to determine
whether domestic abuse by the mother or father is the cause of child problems.

Where do these dangerous claims come from? Non-Governmental Womens
organizations around the world generate volumes of narcissistic surveys about
violence. These are fed to feminists in the United Nations, whose re-sytheses
are recited round-robin by NGO’s, creating vast illusions for predatory
political use.



Here are a few examples how the revolving feminist rumor mill works:



· Women’s activists in Russia claim that 50,000 Russian women are beaten every
hour. If this is true, every one of the 66,758,805 women in Russia would be
beaten every 13 days.



· The Texas Council on Family violence makes unfathomable claims based on
nothing more than informal surveys of women: “Over 24,000 women from 15 sites
in 10 countries were interviewed for the World Health Organization’s study which
showed that over 75 per cent of them were physically or sexually abused since
the age of 15 and reported a partner as the culprit.”



· Based solely on self-generated “surveys” of women, feminist activists in India
claim that 70% of women are abused, despite the fact that no credible scientific
studies have ever been undertaken to support the claim.



· The Feminist Majority cites World Health Organization (WHO) surveys of women,
saying that “More than 25 percent of women said they had experienced moderate to
severe domestic violence in the last year. At six of the 15 sites, over 50
percent of women had experienced a moderate to severe level of domestic
violence. The study found that rural Ethiopia had the highest rate of domestic
violence, with 71 percent of women experiencing violence in the home.

United Nations should be involved in ending domestic violence. The approach
must be realistic and scientifically appropriate on a country-by-country basis.
Clearly, the ideological feminist approach will harm many women, men, and
families, and be dangerous to the world. The United States must not submit to
foreign controls that lump it in the same category as Sudan.



We have nothing to fear but fear itself. Ambassador Bolton should testify
against acceptance of the Secretary General’s Report, and state why it is
unacceptable. President Bush should send a message that the United States will
not support the United Nations at the present level of $5.3 billion annually,
should it pursue a course of action that will clearly violate human rights in
most egalitarian countries of the world.





http://www.mediaradar.org/alert20061113.php



Fake Statistics Used to Claim that Wife-Beating is Men’s “Birthright”
Throughout the world women in dating relationships are twice as likely as men to
be perpetrators of serious domestic violence. In India, for example, 23.0% of
severe aggression was instigated by women, 15.3% was male-initiated, and 61.5%
was mutual – see



http://pubpages.unh.edu/~mas2/ID41E2.pdf,



Table 3.But those facts didn’t stop The Washington Times (TWT) from publishing an
article that completely ignored the problem of women who physically abuse men:
http://www.washingtontimes.com/world/20061113-120817-8603r.htm.
It’s not just that the article is one-sided – it also makes inflammatory and
derisive statements about men. The story quotes Brinda Karat of the All-India
Democratic Women’s Association who claims that men “want to hold on to their
birthright to beat up women.”


How can any responsible journalist include such a derogatory claim about any
group in society?


The TWT article does mention the problem of false allegations by women. But
that does not compensate for the fact that the article doesn’t give the exact
source of a key statistic.


The article claims, “A 2005 U.N. Population Fund report found that 70 percent
of married women in India were victims of beatings or rape.” Somehow that number
seems a little hard to believe.


So RADAR did an extensive search of the UN Population Fund’s website. Nothing
there.


Then a Google search. No luck.


So RADAR finally contacted the UNDP Information Office. The UNDP employee was
unable to find a statement in any UNDP publication that even resembled that
statistic.


Conclusion: The phony 70% figure was concocted by someone whose agenda was
something other than reporting the truth.


Folks, we can’t let this inflammatory story pass unnoticed. The editors at the
Washington Times need to hear from a boatload of upset readers. Please tell them
this message:


“The ‘Abused Wives in India’ article is biased, laced with anti-male rhetoric,
and uses make-believe statistics. It ignores the well-documented fact that in
India, women are twice as likely as men to engage in partner violence:


http://pubpages.unh.edu/~mas2/ID41E2.pdf.



The story is so systematically flawed that it resembles a propaganda piece. The Washington Times should promptly
retract this article and do a follow-up article that tells the truth about "domestic violence.”



We Want "Domestic Harmony LAW" , let stop this Legal Terrorism in the Name of " Domestic Violence LAW".



With regards



Swarup Sarkar





Disclimer :This is totally writer personnel Views only. You may have different opinion. The name and place changed to protect the Persons Identity.

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