This time, she blares a silly theory about the increase in the incidence of rapes in the New York Times.
Rapes have increased at an alarming rate of roughly 25 percent in six years. Yet no one talks about measures to curb the increasing rates of sexual assaults in India. Instead, this country’s efforts on women’s empowerment are narrowly defined and focused on “protecting” women from conflicts within the bedrooms of Indian homes–as this makes for good copy in the press, feeds the corrupt criminal justice system with new victims, and panders to the women’s vote bank. This is the reason I labeled these misdirected efforts at women’s empowerment in India as pussy politics.
Our dim witted feminazi, Ranjana Kumari, is a member of some standing in the club of practitioners of pussy politics in India. She is a cheerleader for strengthening laws like 498A and is against amending the clumsily drafted domestic violence act.
So what does this have to do with rapes?
In the New York Times article, Ranjana Kumari suggests that men regard women as a threat and challenge to their dominance in the paternalistic Indian society due to their increased visibility in public life that takes place when they attend schools and colleges; enter the work force in strength; and choose their own spouses by bucking traditions.
“This visibility is seen as a threat and a challenge,” said Ranjana Kumari, who runs the Center for Social Research in New Delhi.
That’s a load of crock and that’s because her views in this regard are silly, illogical, and seen through her cock-eyed lens of misandry.
Let’s look at her fatuous arguments from another angle. Ranjana Kumari argues that women are raped as men feel threatened by their rising presence and visibility in public life. Fine. But then, what about young girls and women trafficked into prostitution? These girls aren’t visible in public, yet they endure a rape with every customer they are forced to service. What does Ranjana Kumari have to say about that?
The answer is — nothing.
I just debunked her ditzy argument.
Before we move on, please look at the image below and think how you’d feel if this was a child you know:
Getting back to the inanities on rape mouthed by our foremost of Feminazi … it’s not the increased visibility of women in public life that’s causing rapes in India to increase, but the absence of a credible, speedy, and competent criminal justice system which can arrest, try, and sentence perpetrators of rapes effectively. After all, it’s the existence of a competent criminal justice system that acts as deterrent to crime — any crime — in any country.
Statistics from the NCRB uphold my contention: Indian courts are clogged with frivolously filed 498A and DV Act cases. Over a 100,000 new 498A cases are filed each year. As Ranjana Kumari knows, they are frivolous cases with just 2% conviction rates. With cases like these clogging the Indian courts, how can rape victims expect to get timely justice?
Thanks to the efforts of pussy politicians like Ranjani Kumari, more women are arrested under laws like 498A than perpetrators of serious crimes like rapes. Please see a snippet of the stats from the NCRB as a proof of my contention:
Here’s another statistic which shows that the chances of a rape to end in a trial have been declining:
Ranjana Kumari, I hope you understand that your actions have led to the denial of justice for thousands of sexually assaulted Indian women and little girls and women trafficked into prostitution. I hope you think of little Munni the next time you blare your misandry laced slogans.
These women of the NCW hold so much power and yet do so little to help the less fortunate women of India. Sadly, what they do want is more power and perks. Check out a snippet of their wish list I pulled from their web site:
These women are such a waste of oxygen.
Which brings me back to why I think Ranjana Kumari is such a charlatan.
Our Ranjana Kumari is married and her carnal calisthenics resulted in two offsprings. Her son is an “hospitality entrepreneur”, not sure what that means, but in a country like India it means that you can’t get there unless you have your head stuck up the read-end of the political establishment. That’s why I consider her to be a true hand maiden of the establishment … and she does the dirty work as a hand maiden. I digress to illustrate: when Delhi High Court’s Justice JD Kapoor condemned 498A in an unrelated judgment, our Ranjana Kumari was part of the sloganeering attack squad of Feminazis that barged into the Delhi High Court and protested against Justice Kapoor. Their number? 25 ! Our Ranjana Kumari is married, has kids, and yet somehow shouts about domestic violence and dowry abuse. How does she know? Hmm … isn’t shouting about women’s rights her profession? Isn’t she doing this for a pay check? Since that’s the case, where’s the integrity in her actions?
Instead of mouthing inanities about the intolerance of men, how about she start talking about reform ing the Indian criminal justice system which can deliver justice to rape victims and bring to book VVIPs involved in sexual exploitation of women? I know that can be hard, so what about taking on the silly khap panchayats?
Unfortunately, this is something she won’t do as it’ll lead to just one thing: the establishment’s boot on her fat butt, and the end of privileges, perks, and access that comes with pandering to the establishment. So please tell me, how is she a leader in the true struggle to empower the women of India?. Isn’t she a true charlatan?
It’s easier to mouth inanities than to fight the real fight. And our ditzy Ranjan Kumari has shown that she stand against corruption symbolically, but stand next to a corrupt person, such as the Congress party’s Girija Vyas of the petrol pump scam fame, in substance.
Ranjana Kumari standing next to the corrupt Girija Vyas
In conclusion, I ask Ranjana Kumari to please have some shame, develop some empathy, and do victims of rapes in India a favor. She must stop playing pussy politics and seal her mouth — as nothing much flows from it except gutter detrimental to the progress of women’s rights in India.