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Thursday, January 8, 2009

Its Not Our Fault.. (Part II)

No we don’t have to. But the question is, what is there that we can do? And the painful but ironical answer is Nothing! Nothing until the Law wakes up. I wonder, and present one question in front of you:


What will you do to stop the incidents of rape by setting an example if a convict is handed over to YOU? Completely. Without any restrictions?


If this question is asked to me, I will transform from what I really am. The people around me know I am a person with not a single violent bone in my body and that I also don’t support barbarism. But if I would have been given an opportunity like the above one, I would have surely done something similar to the movie Gangaajal. Yes I would have, with not even a single regret. I would have made him feel what PAIN feels like. And not only the physical pain. The pain of facing the society. The pain of seeing your scarred soul in the mirror. The pain of that girl who was raped by 10 men one by one, and then left desolated, the pain of her family who is expected to answer questions charged at them while they fight the trauma they are facing. I would surely try to do what I can to set an example for all those criminal born minds out there. And I expect that every single person reading this should feel the same. The problem is that, I would never be allowed to do it. None of us would.. The only issue is that we are JUST NOT ALLOWED and to the government, STINKING VOTE BANKS ARE MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE LIFE OF THAT SIMPLE MBA GIRL STUDENT WHICH IS NOW SCARRED FOR LIFE. Thats why I say, its not our FAULT. We have empty palms. We are just expected to sit in hopeless rallies, to give empty speeches, to pay donations major part of which goes to the safes of those characterless, stinking and corrupt termites who are eating up the inside of this country to fill their stomachs. We are just expected to be mere spectators of the felony that our own people face, which we are indirectly made to breed.


It would be really disturbing to even IMAGINE one of our own family members going through something unfortunate, wouldn’t it?


So to prevent this, we have no flipendo sticks with us to do magic. It would consume time, but it needs to START. We need to stop giving rallies on child abuse, and start with HOW TO TERMINATE IT!


We need to enlighten our government, not the public!


And if our giant infected embodiment of corruption does not have enough ideas to execute, Ask us! ASK THE BROTHER OF THAT GIRL! Ask the father of that girl! We will provide you ideas! We will show HOW, if one convicts goes through something barbaric and horrendous just ONCE, by the hands of public or the government and if this is aired on LIVE TV instead of our so loved scripted talent shows and utterly uninformative news of earth ending in 2013, or a buffalo flying...............the next criminal would probably think a hundred times before risking his life under the blades of unhuman and barbaric treatment.




...and soon every child would feel free...

...and soon every elderly would live free...

...and soon every family would celebrate freedom...




Oh yeah....

...and soon...






“ladkiyon ko kisi se bhaagne ki zarurat nahi padegi..”.



PS: cross posted on weandwords.blogspot.com








4 comments:

AshenGlow said...

I had read about this.. Its simply horrifying. Couldnt help imagine it could have been me. You know, I was an MBA student too. And i used to travel from Noida to my home in a car with a friend every day. Its horrifying. Absolutely.

As for cleaning the system, buddy, we both know where all this comes from. From that horrifying gang of rapists to the elderly Mukhiya... To enter those minds and sweep them clean is nearly impossible. I guess charity begins at home. When a mother instructs her daughter to be careful when she ventures out, she better incluctate those virtues in her son as well..

And you are right at your stand on how to deal with such anti social elements.

Shocked and furious,
Ashen

**ThE SiLeNt SouL** said...

@ashen...sry was away fr blogger fr a lot of tym......

I guess there is no alternative left fr us. Its better we wake up...asap...
or else we wont even be able 2 dream.

Pretty Me!! said...

you left nothing for any one else to stay ..

Yogesh said...

I identify with the anger... however, solution is not as easy as you think.

Anyway, that debate is for another time.

Have fun.. and keep writing :)

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