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Year After Delhi Rape, Women See Changes

The lamestream media told you:

http://tinyurl.com/mj8v83p

New Delhi, by Nirmala George, Associated Press
One caller, speaking in whispers, said her husband beat her regularly because she failed to bring in enough dowry. Another woman said her teenage daughter was being stalked by a neighbor and needed legal advice... Established in the wake of last year's gang rape and murder of a young New Delhi woman, the government hotline is part of a wave of change since the case forced the country to confront its appalling treatment of women... the case cracked a cultural taboo surrounding discussion of sexual violence in a country where rape is often viewed as a woman's personal shame to bear... And in such a conservative country with patriarchal traditions, it will take more than a year to erode generations of sexism.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

Unrepentant, the Associated Press continues to assault decent wholesome conservative values by calling backward, primitive, crime-ridden, intolerant, sick rape-filled nations like India as "conservative." A universe of adjectives exist for AP and other "news" sources to use in describing disgusting, disgraceful, hellish behavior in backwater pestholes like New Delhi besides "conservative," but the "news" media and AP in particular which spoon feeds media lapdogs perpetuates its offensive behavior without remorse or apology.

There is nothing conservative about tolerating abuse of any group, especially crimes against humanity like the rampant physical molestation of half the population. Feminist groups and women's libbers were totally silent on the issue, and none were contacted for comment by the abuse-promoting AP, not even women on their staff or in their editorial departments, if there are any worthy of the name.

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