November 26, 2008 goes down our memory lanes as the attack of terrorism on India, what with the Taj Gateway being attacked by 10 Pakistani Terrorists on that day.
Two years after that, another attack of similar nature happened inside India and this time the attackers were Indians, the targets were Indians and the mute audience was also Indian.
I am referring to November 26, 2010 whence ordinary, unsuspecting and innocent Indian men were bashed up by gruesome and violent Indian women merely because the men had inadvertently stepped inside a coach allegedly reserved for women. Instead of behaving with decency, the women decided to show their true colors and bet up the men severely who were unable to find seats in other coaches as the same women used to “misuse” the privilege granted to them via reservation and would occupy unreserved seats while the reserved seats went empty.
Such a behavior is pure social terrorism and nothing short of it. To add to the ignominy the misandrist media and the male hater Gurgaon Police Commissioner Shri S Deswal hailed this gruesome act of violence as a sign of “Women Empowerment”. Violence is a sign of empowerment!
Seeing blatant misandry at play, being a men’s rights activist, I filed an RTI with the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), asking them gender wise distribution about,
- No. of persons died during construction of Delhi Metro and
- No. of persons injured during construction of Delhi Metro.
DMRC has replied to the RTI and the reply is available at the link. Reply Link.
As we shall see in the page 2 of the above reply,
No. of men died = 111
No. of women died = 1
No. of men injured = 107
No. of women injured = 0
Above data clearly shows which gender has taken more risks and which gender has made more sacrifices?
It’s the Men who have lost their lives and limbs in order to build the Delhi Metro and finally it’s the Women who reap the benefits by getting “Reserved Coaches”, “Luxury to Commit Violence”, “Social Acceptance for being Violent” and it’s the Men who keep on getting abused merely because they are men.
Every time, men’s rights activists talk about some problem being faced by men, the reply they get back, for inaction on the same, is – ITS A MALE DOMINATED WORLD.
I completely fail to understand what kind of domination by males is this that males are dominating all the domains of risk, sacrifice and getting abused and when it comes to according rights to men, it suddenly becomes a male dominated world!
Why such double standards against men?
The RTI data clearly shows that men face more than 100 times the dangers/risks faced by women and in the end, it’s the men who are denied a safe, secure and smooth travel in the same metro that their brethren had built for them sacrificing/risking their lives.
Why so much hatred for the men, for the very men, who have been laying down their lives, sacrificing their likes and interests, like an unsung hero, for millennia just to build this world, civilization and society?
Do our men deserve such a treatment?
Misandry – male hatred – is a social crime of highest degree and needs to be eliminated completely.
- For, its misandry that creates no alarmism, generates no sensitivity and evokes no response even when men are losing their lives/limbs more than 100 times compared to women.
- For, its misandry that allows wide-scale public bashing and mass-humiliation of men by violent women.
- For, its misandry that makes it politically correct to brandish such incidents as “heroic acts by women” in media.
- For, its misandry that makes it possible to eulogize such acts of terror by women against men and yet go unchallenged, unscathed.
Few drunken women are beaten up in a pub in Mangalore and it becomes an issue of Constitutional Rights of Women and public exchequer’s money is wasted in bogus committees inquiring into the probe. Is consuming alcohol a Constitutional Right?
And here, scores of innocent men are beaten up, without reason, and the incident is forgotten, just like another political scam – like 2G covering up CWG! Is not Right to Safety a Constitutional Right?
Why such double standards on the basis of Gender?
What kind of a “Male Dominated Society” is ours?