Indian Man Beaten to Death by Nieces Near Delhi – Thousands of Women Riot Demanding Better Protection for Men

http://www.indiatvnews.com/crime/news/man-beaten-to-death-by-nieces-in-bihar--2149.html

A man was beaten to death by his three nieces over a land dispute in Bihar, police said Saturday.
Harihar Choudhary, a resident of Bhatwalia village in Gopalganj district, was beaten to death by his three nieces while he was ploughing the field Friday, police officer Anand Kumar Pandey said.

"Choudhary's nieces told him not to plough. But when he refused, they attacked him with bamboo sticks and beat him to death," he said.

Of course, I made up the part in the title suggesting that thousands of women were marching in the streets protesting against a man being brutally murdered. Some hope.

I don't want anyone to think I am in bad taste for drawing this analogy with the recent appalling and beyond evil gang rape and murder of the young Indian student on a bus, but it needs to be drawn and a couple of points made.

Men are violently beaten, murdered, burnt alive, skinned alive, on a literally daily basis in these Third World shit holes. But of course, no one gives a f***, because they are men, even when it is women doing the killing.

There will be no women marching to demand an end to this.

And notice the media concentrate on the fact that she was raped, not the fact that she was beaten into a coma, and subsequent death, with iron bars. The media would like you to think that it was the rape itself that was responsible for her massive internal injuries causing her death. Very unlikely. Being repeatedly smashed with heavy iron bars by multiple assailants and then thrown out of the moving bus is a far more likely cause.

And, of course, if rape is worse than death, as most feminists claim, then we should be thankful that she did die. In that case, I wonder why the men now face the death penalty for murder, and not for the original rape?

Of course the Sexual Trade Union won't miss a beat in exploiting this tragic and appalling case to make yet more misandrist anti-sex laws that protect their own sexual asking price. India already far outshines even the eUSSR in this regard - recently, the age of consent was raised to 18, with massively draconian punishments for even the slightest transgression.  Despite this, as a knee-jerk reaction to the rape of the student, India now wants to reduce the age of criminal responsibilty in rape cases from 18 to 15.  Talk about having your cake and eating it (http://www.indiatvnews.com/crime/news/congress-anti-rape-draft-bill-proposes-years-jail-2276.html).

9 thoughts on “Indian Man Beaten to Death by Nieces Near Delhi – Thousands of Women Riot Demanding Better Protection for Men

  1. Chrysalis

    Good insight. I have been trying to post similar notes on local media forums (it was murder, not rape, that should be noted), but all of it was deleted.

    Mainstream became synonymous with censorship.

  2. Clarence

    Hmm..maybe a bit off topic – but maybe not, really.

    I guess the question going through my mind right now is: what is the most misandric country on earth? Despite the many laws (and rather draconian punishments meted out) in the US that favor women over men, and a pop culture that does far more mocking and demonization of men than worship of them, for whatever reason (usually the protection of “innocent until proven guilty” in US CRIMINAL law, meaning its kind of harder to be convicted of something like rape) the US is not usually considered the most misandric. Across the manosphere I usually hear three countries mentioned as the “worst”.
    A. Canada
    B. Sweden / The Scandanavian countries in general
    C. India

    Canada and the Scandanavian countries: the argument seems to be that they are the most misandric because of the ease with which one can be convicted of certain types of assaults against women, the fact that penalties for such things tend to be higher than in other aspects of their criminal justice systems (thus showing a focus on demonizing crime against females) and the fact that their feminist movements have significant penetration of, and support by those in power. On the other hand, these are “rehabilitation” style societies and punishments are, by US standards , pretty damn light.
    India: Whilst one can actually find LAWS and cultural things in India that actually DO disadvantage women, there is a hell of a lot of legislation and culture that demonizes males explicitly. You have “women only” trains, for instance. You have their draconian and easily abused domestic violence laws. You have a mass feminist movement along with tons of asian style “chivalry” that has led to these demonstrations. In the US the feminists and some of the socon’s joined forces at various times, mostly to attack male sexuality. India seems to be on that kind of thing on steroids over the past 5 to ten years.

    Lastly, there are a few countries I left out like Great Britain and Australia or New Zealand. Like the US , these countries, for whatever reason, don’t often get the “most misandric” label considered by most in the manosphere and I wonder why not?

    Anyway, are there any thoughts here as to what really is the worst country (or series of countries like Scandanavia) for men?

  3. Eric

    Clarence:
    I think that those three countries you’ve mentioned get more attention because feminism is actually on the defensive there. Fidelbogen has been writing that the MRM in India has far more power than the Anglosphere. The Assange and Berge cases have weakened feminism in Scandanavia; and there’s been a lot of MRM activity in Canada recently such as the protests which turned violent in Vancouver and Toronto.

    As far as the Anglosphere goes, the misandry is so deeply entrenched it’s arguable as to whether Australia, Britain, or the US is actually worse. Maybe the reason is on these other countries is because they have a possibly of improving? The Anglosphere is more or less a lost cause.

  4. inclinedreader

    Of course the Sexual Trade Union won’t miss a beat in exploiting this tragic and appalling case to make yet more misandrist anti-sex laws that protect their own sexual asking price.

    some journalist whose name I forget once called this “desk drawer legislation”.

    When as a politician you have laws in your drawer that you know are too drastic and draconian to be passed under “normal” circumstances. So you wait for your chance, in the shape of a catastrophic current event, to pull them out of your hat and in the headless confusion that surrounds that event you hope that the hysteria will be great enough that nobody will really question the wisdom of your piece of draft legislation.

    Just think of all the post-9/11 hysteria and all the encroachments on basic civilian freedoms that followed the attacks. Those who pushed for all the “anti-terrorism” legislation that was enacted around the globe had had all of it in their drawers for years but knew the time had not yet come. It was even admitted in accompanying strategy papers within U.S. government circles that it would take a cataclysmic event to push these measures through, and that they would most likely never find any support whatsoever in the absence of such an event.

    And it’s the same with many anti-sex law that have been handed down in the past 10 or 15 years. The more outrageous the crime, the more hysterical and mindless the response. Well, again, only seemingly mindless, because those propagating the responses know full well what they are doing.

  5. theantifeminist

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    And it’s the same with many anti-sex law that have been handed down in the past 10 or 15 years. The more outrageous the crime, the more hysterical and mindless the response. Well, again, only seemingly mindless, because those propagating the responses know full well what they are doing.

    With New Labour in the UK, it was chilling the obvious manner in which the government manipulated tragic crimes and killings of little girls in order to announce ‘we’re getting tough on paedophiles’.

    As we know, most of these laws stem from the EU and other intergovernmental treaties. Yet we repeatedly had the government announcing a new sex law (that had already been agreed upon) the very day or two after a tragic child murder or such like. In other words, they deliberately waited for an outrageous sex crime before they announced the new law in order to win votes for ‘cracking down’ on paedos – ususally pretending that it was their own initiative decided in the wake of the tragedy, without even mentioning the EU directive that had already mandated it.

  6. In all the discussions on the India rape, you are the only one that mentions that the woman did not die of rape but of beatings, and that men also get killed and beaten.

    Did you read that there was a failed bombing attempt at the house of one of the alleged rapists?

  7. theantifeminist

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    According to our good friend Chris Brand, there may have been a religious motive involved as well :

    As a 23-year old medical student died from being raped for an hour by six men on a bus in Delhi (Sun, 30 xii), no details were provided to or by MSM as to the attackers’ ethnicity; but the fact that the girl had been sent for treatment in Singapore not for medical reasons but on orders from the highest government circles suggested that Indian authorities had wished to defuse ethnic tension (e.g. between Hindus and Muslims) by suppressing the most basic facts of the case.

    http://gfactor.blogspot.co.uk/

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