(Please note that this is a CRITICAL SATIRE, borne out of extreme rage and helplessness I felt when I heard about the brutal rape of a 5 yr. old girl in Delhi , reported on April 19th 2013. The girl is out of danger, but her condition is still quite serious. )
Namaste Deviyon Aur Sajjano,
Media is supposed to safeguard our culture, but I see that it’s doing exactly the opposite. By highlighting minor crimes like “5 year olds raped in Delhi” , what does media achieve?? Don’t they understand that it maligns the image of our great country which considers all women goddesses? Now with this case, the country will be again besieged by crazy feminists bent upon destroying Indian Culture.
Before we go marching and lighting candles and changing laws, let me ask you all. The girl who was raped; what do we know of her character? Her morals?
I bet you never thought about it from this angle. Let me enlighten you. From what I have read, and deduced..
.. it looks like she incited her own rape.
How you ask, could a 5-year-old be so smart? I will tell you.
1. I have been told authoritatively that she dressed in evil western clothes, i.e. Frocks. Sometimes her frocks showed her knees when she would ride her tricycle. Isn’t it provocative for a girl to show her knees? You will agree with me that Western culture is responsible for all this decay in our society. Afterall, rapes don’t happen in traditional “Bharat”, only in westernized India. Good Indian girls do not wear “Frocks” and as a result don’t get raped. No matter what the statistics say.
2. The victim used to play with the boys. Now, we all know good girls don’t have anything to do with boys till they get married to one. It shows that she was quite loose in her morals even at such a tender age. She should have stayed in the kitchen and played with vessels, dolls etc. like good Bharatiya girls. By the way, it also raises questions about her upbringing. I would say that her parents are equally responsible for this incident, which will malign their family for years to come. Gone are the days when parents knew, from the time a girl was born, what tremendous responsibility they had to bear, and raised Seeta-Savitris.
3. The victim used to sing Hindi Film songs loudly. The accused has claimed that she would sing the song ‘Fevicol Se’ from the movie Dabaang quite often along with other kids. ” Nain Hum Ladayenge Baby Doll Se” is a line in that song. Why would she sing that song if she didn’t mean anything? The accused just followed what that particular line’s meaning.
4. The accused said that the victim never watched Chota Bheem on kids channels. She only watched evil western programmes like Doraemon, BenTen, Oggy and The Cockroaches etc. Doesn’t it reflect her character ?? Why didn’t she watch the epic saga of Bheem and prefered mindless cartoons from western countries.
All the above clearly show how immoral women , nay , even girls, in our holy country are these days. Age no bar. It’s no wonder that the accused was tempted. Now he will be maligned in media and jailed. His whole life has gone down the drain… thanks to some cranky painted-dented feminists and hyper sensitive media full of loudmouthed women and sissy men.
To avoid such cases in future so that life of a promising young man is not wasted, I recommend the following measures:
1. Immediate change of dress code for girls 6 months older and above. They would be dressed in loose, full length garment and will have their heads covered. Girls below 6 months of age should be dressed in modest clothing as well. Mothers should ensure that the modest clothing is not disturbed when the baby girls move their hands and legs as baby girls generally do these days even in India.
2. Girls over 6 months will be banned interacting with boys unless they have tied Rakhee to the boys’ hands first.
3. Girls will be banned from playing boys’ games. They will only play games that teach them to be good mothers and homemakers in future.
4. As an immediate solution for the girl, I recommend that the accused be requested to marry her and save her from lifetime of shame. We unfortunately will have to wait for a long time for her to reach the legal age. But there are also other ways you know… child marriages are not dead in Bharat, thank god!!! I hear that shows like Balika Vadhu are chart toppers on national television. I am sure the girl will be grateful when the accused marries her and makes a decent girl out of her. Afterall, if our girls don’t bear the flag of this great tradition, who will??
Bharatiya Sanskruti Rakshak
P.S.And the police officer who slapped the women demonstrator yesterday should be rewarded for maintaining law and order. Not suspended. See, you crazy feminists have ruined an honest man’s life yet again. Shame on you man hating Rakshasis.