“Mary E John, director of the Centre for Women’s Development Studies, says the Internet is partly responsible for whipping up emotion against 498A. “Anyone can see how vindictive and vicious these groups are,” she says, adding that the Internet has given far too much visibility to self-styled harassed husbands. She and other women’s activists say that amending 498A because a few men claim it is unfair would be tantamount to changing “the Income Tax Act if people evade tax. The law per se is not defective.”
I have a few questions for Ms Mary E John.
Ma’am, please explain the following to me:
- What is vindictive and vicious about the 498A Survival Guide?
- What is vindictive and vicious about the Judgments Of Justice Dhingra?
- What is vindictive and vicious about the NCRB statistics about the arrest of women under 498A?
- What is vindictive and vicious about the Commissioner Dadwals orders prohibiting arrests in 498A cases?
The truth is always bitter: SIFF and it’s volunteers are exposing the truth about 498A and showing it to be what it is — an extortion racket. Is this why she is saying that internet groups are vindictive and vicious?
Mary E John says that a few men claim that the law is unfair and needs an amendment. It is true that these are a few men, but these few men exist in every city, big and small, in the country and are adding up to be a scattered multitude, unlike the Feminazis of India, who can show up in numbers for shouting matches, just in one place; outside corridors of politicians playing pussy politics in Delhi.
By the way, Mary E John has written a book titled:
She dedicates this to her parents Juliane H. John and E. C. John.
She is complaining about the Internet becoming a medium of expression for men like myself and our families. This is our fundamental right. And this right was ironically reinforced for all us activists by the Indian Feminazi and mother of the “clumsily drafted” Indian domestic violence act, Indira Jaising.
You can read the judgment here:
We, the activists fighting to protect the innocent from the excesses of the beneficiaries of this flawed law, have a right to raise our voice against injustice, fight for justice, and expose Indian feminism for what it is — pussy politics indulged in for power and profit.
We, as activists, don’t do this for profit or profession, but because we are fighting to build an equitable society where the weak are safe and the strong are just.
Can you say the same about the Feminazis of India?
I have another question: India is a country known as a haven for traffickers of women for purposes of sexual slavery. How is it that Indian Feminazis don’t draw attention to this crime against humanity?
And, tell me what is vindictive and vicious about what I just wrote?
While on the subject of Marys, I’d like to introduce another Mary, with the last name of Ravindranath, whose hubby is wanted by the CBI in a cheating case.
What is the significance of this? To show all of you how corrupt these practitioners of pussy politics are; to illustrate the crap that goes on under the name of protecting women.
You can read about the other Mary here: Cat Fight In AP