Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Foreigners etc

After I posted my article about Indian women, Davout felt he had to clarify his position. I mostly agree with him in that there are greater controls on Indian women in India than here, but (as he said) it is still no paradise. The same things that have made misandry acceptable in the US and other western countries are hard at work in India and other developing nations. Contrary to popular opinion, chivalry is not just an old-world European thing - it is very much alive pretty much everywhere in the world. Indian men (and women) also consider women to be frail creatures deserving of protection from the big bad world.

India is very susceptible to foreign influence - Indians have a deep-seated love of anything foreign/western, whether that is McDonald's, Sony, Ralph Lauren, or whatever. I don't think there is any other country where English is not the national language but is so widely used - from the labelling on stuff at the supermarket to storefront signs.

So anyway, the western influence is also showing up in the form of misandric laws - and these are hardcore man-hating laws put forth by blatantly sexist people in government, not like here where there is at least some gender neutrality in spirit, if not in practice.

India is set to soon become a feminist's wet dream, and while there is some resistance to the IPC 498a law, more laws similar to this one are surely coming, now that the precedent has been set.


  1. Thanks for posting this, bud.

    Indian men (and women) will have to decide very soon whether they want more feminism or less feminism. If they want more, I can pretty much guarantee that the joint family system will become redundant.

  2. You're just jealous that I get more than you :P

  3. Great note Pete

    Part of the problem is importing misandry

    The rest of the problem is home grown

    There are quite some un scrupulous lawyers who are making money out of the SO CALLED WOMAN FRIENDLY laws.

    This is an industry in itself

    these un scrupulous people instigate the wife to file FALSE dowry cases on their husbands, arrest the husband and many times their AGED parents etc...

    Result : Husbands are put to shame and un told misery

    In the process these un scrupulous lawyers and wives collect a ransom [if the men are to be released]

    In terms of enforcing criminal laws on matrimony, INDIA IS WORSE than any other democratic country.

    Most democratic countries have civil or matrimonial laws to handle matrimonial disputes. India is the only country that allows ARREST of the Husband WITHOUT ONE SHRED OF PHYSICAL VIOLENCE

    For more on this please visit,


  4. Um, Vinayak, men are arrested every day in the US for domestic violence without one shred of physical evidence. In some cases, there is evidence she hit him and he didn't respond, but he still gets arrested.

    Anonymous age 64

  5. If we truly wish to restore marriage, we must change not males but laws. Yet we are refusing to face this politically unpleasant truth and filling the public payroll with therapists and police.

    In encouraging marriage, the administration is promoting a fraud. It is luring young people into a contract which the government can tear up at any time. Men in particular who accept the government's invitation to marry can lose their children, their homes, their savings and future earnings, their freedom, and even their lives. Not only will the government extend them no protection for their commitment, it will criminalize them without even the due-process safeguards afforded to criminals.

    Some evidence suggests men are becoming wise. The National Marriage Project at Rutgers University reports that men are increasingly unwilling to marry.

    What we are glimpsing here is part of a larger process by which the state has used family destruction to expand its reach. When fathers are eliminated, state officials assume their role as protector and provider. By removing fathers, the government creates a host of problems for itself to solve. If fatherlessness is behind most of today's social ills, the realization that the engine generating fatherless children is not the fathers, but the state, takes on implications few have dared to confront.

    Much of the expansion in the size and scope of government over many decades has been justified by the problems now recognized as proceeding from fatherless homes. Both the welfare state of the Left and the expansion of incarceration pushed by the Right are furthered by the government's displacement of fathers. With hardly a word of opposition from left or right, the welfare-divorce machinery has become a self-perpetuating mechanism by which government engineers the expansion of its own power. The increase in this machinery is the silent revolution of the last century.

  6. Thanks for the note anonymous, I fully agree. Everyone is content to blame the fathers who are being pushed out of their families, with no acknowledgment of the fact that most divorces are initiated by women because the state incentivizes divorce for women.

  7. You're welcome pete.


  8. You're just jealous that I get more than you :P

    February 07, 2007 11:18 PM

    No one here is jealous that you get a lot of dicks in your ass and that you are a gay sperm dumpster.

    Jealous? No. Disgusted? Yes.