Criminal Intimidation of women by proclaimed champions of women

On 21/Oct/2009, a leading Indian human rights activist Uma Challa was threatened by a phone caller on a live TV discussion at TV5 channel studio. Uma Challa is an emerging voice of reason and a beacon of hope for a very marginalized and rapidly growing section of women who have been the object of hate and false persecution by gender specific and biased laws intended to appease wives only.

This episode has brought a few facts in the open.
  • That the proclaimed champions of womens rights do not have the mandate to speak for the entire gender. It is not even their intention to do so.
  • While they employ divisive, hypocritical and apparently conceited concepts like “Stop Violence Against Women”, they show no compunction in employing hate and criminal intimidation tactics to suppress women who speak out against their brand of bigotry.
  • That their ideology is based entirely on hate and stems from a deep rooted fear of life and wholesome living.
The Background:

NCW is anti-men and anti-women
My comments on PTI news
On the surface, it seems like NCW is unable to contain its hatred for men. However, it is more to justify its own existence than concern for women. On one hand NCW seeks dignity and equality for women and on the other hand it promotes financial dependency of women on men. This is being done by creating and maintaining maintenance and alimony laws that promote and make permanent a victim mindset among women. At best it is promoting a whole gender into practising legalized begging and extortion, instead of promoting an environment of self reliance and dignity. NCW is causing more harm than good towards women. It is time women realized this and took action against NCW.

Launch of All India Men’s Welfare Association

Since the beginning of the human race, men have taken the role of the provider and the protector of family. Perhaps, for this reason, society thinks that there is no need to protect the protector. Perhaps, it is for this reason today, that men’s rights are being taken for granted.
The Constitution of India guarantees us Equal Rights to men and women under the law. Our Constitution also has an Article to look into the making of special provisions for women. While this may appear fair enough, these special provisions are being misused to make blatantly biased laws against men. These laws and provisions are trampling upon the fundamental right to life and liberty. These laws are being used to divide the human race into two. These laws are being used to extort.
Unable to bear this unfair pressure, 56000 men are committing suicide each year. But today, society has no time nor the inclination to think and reflect upon this.
So many families are being sent to jail each day just on the strength of one accusation.
Men are automatically branded as culprits and made to pay maintenance and alimonies, inspite of the fact that men and women are declared equal as per the Constitution of India.
There is no voice in India to talk about these crimes being committed against men. While there is even a ministry for animal welfare, we do not even have any government platform to even listen to the issues of boys and men.
Today we are launching the All India Men’s Welfare Association to mark a milestone in history. Our voice shall raise. Our message shall be heard.
Our demands are as follows.
  • A Ministry for Men’s Welfare to allocate funds, resources and nation wide programs for the betterment of men. This Ministry must also be responsible for removing bias against men during the formulating Bills and existing Acts and Laws.
  • A National Commission for Men to investigate root causes and sources of bias against men.

And to that effect, we will make our efforts to spread awareness among the suffering public.

My speech at the launch of DV Awareness Month- Press Conference

I am assuming that apart from your careers, when you go back home, you will find yourself in the role of parents, brothers, sisters and children. This is to say that family life is the center of our lives. Any danger or harm to any member of our family hurts the rest of the family, and we, as common citizens, rest our faith in the law enforcement and justice system, laws and procedures, to protect us and our families from harm. What happens when you find out that you and your family members are not eligible for protection just because you happen to be a man or a blood relative of a man?

The Constitution of India guarantees us the Right to Equality under Article 14. But Indian laws against domestic violence do not treat men and women as equals, reminding us of George Orwell’s Animal Farm where “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others”.

In fact, these laws do not even treat ALL women equally. This is due to the fact that these laws see women in only one role. And it is the role of a wife. They see women only as wives. So, daughters, sisters, mothers & grandmothers are being sent to jails along with their sons, brothers and grandsons. They are being thrown out of their homes on the strength of a single unproven accusation.

We are witnessing an unprecedented rise in Human Rights abuse through the enactment and execution of a few laws instituted in the name of empowerment of women.

In an effort to end this discrimination under law and to ensure equal protection for men and women against all forms of abuse, we, the members of Save Indian Family Foundation, All India Forgotten Women, Rishtey and Children’s Rights Initiative for Shared Parenting are launching a month-long awareness programme….

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

For all those of you married men and all of you brothers, sisters, parents and grandparents of those married men, those of you who dreamed of a fairy tale happily ever after story, this should kick you into waking up to reality……our fair society has devised a way to tear out your hearts, bleed out your life long savings, rob you of your children and kick you out into the streets…and this is after your reputation is flushed down the toilet.

Enter the PWDVA. If you still dont know what this is…click here…

Response: Why Chromosome

And in a world with an extinct male gender, I wonder how the females would survive, I mean, who would work hard & earn the much needed money for buying the tvs, airconditioners(ref: plunder). Who would foot the bills for the consumerist culture that women love to have & I wonder who would make the ink and paper(ref environment rape)to allow brilliant writers to entertain us with their infallible logic. And Im sure if the fake rape cases stop then the surviving women would perish if they dont have something to gossip about(that would be the bored 46th gene).

Divisive Gender Politics- Crime against humanity
Feminists are hypocrites
So someone became a feminist because her parents wouldnt give her a snake for a pet. It sounds quite reasonable, dont you think. Of all the reasons for the ism’s of the world, this one takes the cake. It has become oh so fashionable to say he/she is a feminist without understanding the real issues that are burning down society. Feminism is one divisive ism which tries to split humanity into half. Someone ought to tell these people, it takes both genders to sustain the human race.

The truth about dowry

First of all, the whole concept of dowry is fake. It all starts with the parents of the brides trying to wash their hands off their daughters without giving them their share of inheritence. Even if they give it they call it stridhan at that point of time. The minute any problem crops up in the course of married life, the bride and their parents start calling it dowry to threaten and blackmail the husband and his family. These stupid laws have been created by vested interests to make easy money. These vested interests play on the fear of women and men to divide a society. They will bring down anything good. They cannot see anyone else happy. They wallow in the darkness of their imagined fears..

DV Act Hypocrisy


This article is based on hypocrisy. On one hand, the proponents of the DV Act, pretend to fight for equal rights for wives. However, they have forgotten that equal rights bring equal duties too. DVA assumes that wives are always victims. Nobody talks of the wife’s right to property from her own parents. This route conveniently reaches a place where it is called dowry. Indira Jaising’s comment “Being thrown out of the house is one of the commonest forms of violence against women.” is the truth, albeit being committed by the wife’s own parents against their daughter!!!! !. But nobody wants to acknowledge this fact. Society has found it convenient to blame husbands and their parents.
Indira Jaising again speaks the truth without realising it..””When you use the act to gain access to property, you are badmouthed as a gold-digger. But gaining access to economic resources, including property, is a legitimate part of the act.”.. YES.. GAINING ACCESS to economic resources… et al has become a legitimate part of the ACT of getting MARRIED by modern indian wives..AND by all means they are doing it, actively helped by disgusting laws and official machinery.