United Kingdom's Daughters

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  1. Samar Rathi

    Samar Rathi Regular Member

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    Also View " Pain of a UK's Daughter " at ... .This is reply to BBC for making Video on Rape cases in other Countries when they are them self at the 5th place in World's Rape list, to remind them " Daughter is Daughter, She is not Indian or British" & we have same pain for British too. Please share to your friends so World should know the reality. Please do not post any hate comments.

    [video]https://youtu.be/twUmDDMX9tU[/video]
     
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    Srinivas_K Senior Member Senior Member

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    There are many rapes occurring in UK !
     
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    Samar Rathi Regular Member

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    I feel sorry for the UK women ,Uk is sick society and Uk men represent rapist culture. If i find anyone i will politely tell him "Please don't rape your women".
     
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    maomao Veteran Hunter of Maleecha Senior Member

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    UK has endemic rape problem accentuated by pedophilic men from pakistan!
     
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    Why is the imotent men (Read Britruds) in UK not doing anything about the women getting raped in Britain..!!
     
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    we should unite UK womens and help them against oppressive and rapist UK mens.
     
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    their are male rapes also in UK so it's rated in top 10 countries
     
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    The best way to react to the BBC video by GOI was to ignore it. If GOI had to react at all, this would have been the way - make a counter video, show it in Doordarshan.
     
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    We needed to be aware, react and make a huge issue out of it. Every true Indian's (man, woman alike) ego has now been hurt. I say good job GOI when it decided to ban the documentary. Had there been no controversy, the netizens might not have known about the "Sexual Violence" in the First World. Every Indian must know that Delhi is much safer for the women than the NY City and/or London.
     
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    Male rapes happen in India too. We just dont give a Shyt :truestory:
     
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    [video]https://youtu.be/bFS5o_Wjm3Q?list=PL3ZQ5CpNulQmFEtDwTEM905Dk13kWIiQ K[/video]
     
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    Kay Regular Member

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    If awareness was the goal, a video like this counter-video was welcome. Written protest, discussions - everything is welcome. But ban is not. Do you support the ban on "Kissa Kursi Ka" as well, which showed Sanjay Gandhi in bad light?
    People should have the right to satirize and criticize the government, religion and any established order. Banning, censoring only creates distorted images of our society.
    In this case, netizens got aware of sexual violence in western countries, not because of the ban, but because the ban failed and some individuals took upon themselves the task of providing counter information and counter-videos, which is what should have been done in the first place.
     
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    sgarg Senior Member Senior Member

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    There is a risk of immature men imitating the bad guys. The film may be harmless to intelligent people but a lot of caution is needed when using mass media.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    I laud the gentleman who made the video in reply to Udwin's documentary.

    It is time we stand up and be counted and not kowtow and cringe every time any white folk struts around hectoring us on ills of society, morals and so on.

    This video has caught the eyeballs in the US and UK, if newspaper reports of that area is to be believed. I am sure they realise that it is fine to rant on the evils in India, but then it is like a pot calling the kettle black.
     
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    PredictablyMalicious Punjabi Senior Member

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    Yea the ban was counterproductive and really backfired in a big way. The documentary does not merit the amount of attention it has gotten. It would've been low key if it had not gotten banned in India. It's the ban and GOI's knee jerk response that generated the hype around it. I don't know on what grounds it was banned but as a matter of practicality, the ban was a boneheaded move.
     
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    Ban was not the issue, issue is that there was no official explanation of the ban.
     
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    Anybody watching the Daily Show, the Nightly Show, the Colbert Report (concluded in 2014), Last Week Tonight by John Oliver and similar shows very well understand that not all is not well with the US.
    These shows raise important issues in the form of satirical comedy. But they do help in generating awareness. In a representative democracy, we should constantly criticize (both positively and negatively) our government and politicians and hold them accountable for their jobs. Same goes with society and who's who of society. Would banning these shows help?
    Here is the Last Week Tonight episode criticizing US prison system:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Pz3syET3DY
     
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    The comparison doesn't seem valid.

    The Daily Show and other US TV shows have regular viewership. Something like Arnab's shouting matches.

    That can't be compared with a documentary that filmed by a foreign national who released it by ignoring local laws.

    Also Indian TV channels are already self critical of shortcomings that ail India.
     

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