Gang Rapes in India: market impact

Gang Rapes in India: market impact

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Abishai100

Clementon, NJ

#1 Jan 21, 2013
New Delhi is the rape capital of India and shockingly, the scarring problem of gang rapes have risen in India in recent times.

Given the overpopulation problem in India and the obvious visible poverty, the criminal phenomenon of gang rapes signal a disturbing revelation of broken social mismanagement (by politicians, educators, and priests).

If India is to keep up with the lucrative new age consumer-rabid free market globalization of high-speed consumerism, it must offer a new face for its scarred image of rampant gang rape spiritual stigma.

Do these international concerns reflect the important value of governance-themed Hollywood (USA) movies such as "City of Industry" (1997)?

Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?

God bless!

“so tell me......”

Since: Aug 08

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#2 Jan 21, 2013
Abishai100 wrote:
New Delhi is the rape capital of India and shockingly, the scarring problem of gang rapes have risen in India in recent times.
Given the overpopulation problem in India and the obvious visible poverty, the criminal phenomenon of gang rapes signal a disturbing revelation of broken social mismanagement (by politicians, educators, and priests).
If India is to keep up with the lucrative new age consumer-rabid free market globalization of high-speed consumerism, it must offer a new face for its scarred image of rampant gang rape spiritual stigma.
Do these international concerns reflect the important value of governance-themed Hollywood (USA) movies such as "City of Industry" (1997)?
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
God bless!
I feel sorry for the women in places such as this where they are treated so abysmally. I couldn't believe it when an Indian guru blamed the woman who was recently gang raped (and who consequently died). Rapists are evil and should be dealt with accordingly.

NDanger

“Third Eye”

Since: Nov 10

You can't get there from here.

#3 Jan 21, 2013
angelinaUK wrote:
<quoted text>I feel sorry for the women in places such as this where they are treated so abysmally. I couldn't believe it when an Indian guru blamed the woman who was recently gang raped (and who consequently died). Rapists are evil and should be dealt with accordingly.
Agreed! In these cases, castration would be too kind...altho, come to think of it, it would give them a lifetime of misery and a dismal reminder of who they are...
Hello

New York, NY

#4 Jan 21, 2013
Seriously? The US has more rapes than any other country in the world. If we attribute this to the greater likelihood of reporting- than still amongst industrial countries it has the highest rape incidents.

In the US gang-rapes are justifiable when it takes place by a bunch of football players since Americans can't live without football-- a little rape only hurt the "slut" who was most likely asking for it.

If this is the attitude in a developed country what would one expect from a developing one?

Indians showed their moral integrity by massive protests against the increase in rape incidents and are moving forward with changing attitudes towards women.

Best of luck to them! Hopefully in the meantime we can get those nasty football players in line.

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