OPINION

Women's Reservation Bill: Denying Citizens Rights to Contest in Elections

January 12, 2010
Sumanth

This is not the first time that attempts are made at subverting democracy in India. In 1974, Indira Gandhi created a massive crisis in India by declaring emergency, suspending elections and civil liberties. She threw most of her political opponents into jail. She was the mother-in-law of Sonia Gandhi, the chairperson of current ruling Congress Party.(link)

The latest attempt by Sonia Gandhi and Jayanthi Natarajan is towards reservation of 33% of seats of country’s parliament and state assembly for women. They want to do it by preventing men from contesting elections in these constituencies (link).

Since the last couple of years opportunist feminists have tried for 33% reservation in parliament. Their goals are simple. They need some more numbers in parliament to pass some more discriminatory laws against males. At present, the feminist politicians are in a very awkward position due to large scale misuse of anti-dowry laws, section 498a of IPC and also DV act. This has made it very difficult for them to get the sexual harassment at workplace law passed in parliament without the “prevention of misuse clause”. Their anger and frustration has hit the skies.

So, the feminists in politics and outside think that once women get 33% reservation in parliament, then they can officially declare men as second class citizens by preventing them from contesting in elections. After that, they may think of denying the men’s right to own property, once they get married. The problem with democracy in India is that parliament can officially sanction discrimination against any section of population and it is constitutional once such discriminatory bills are passed.

India is not the only country in the world, where there is under representation of women in politics. There were only 38 women who became senators in US history till today. The US senate does not reserve seats for women. Now, the irony is that feminists want to create an example in the world by reserving seats for women in Indian parliament and the fund donors from US are also supporting it. If seats in parliament have to be reserved for women, then the constitution of this crippled democracy will be further mutilated with another major constitutional amendment. Democracy will be dead, if men are told that they cannot contest election in a particular constituency, just because of their gender.

In the recent LS elections(link), out of the 443 candidates declared by the Congress, the party pitched only 40 women candidates (less than 10%). Opposition BJP was no better with the party fielding only 43 women candidates out of the total 427 seats. Left parties, the self claimed flag-bearer of the cause of women reservation, had the worst record of women representation in their list of candidates with the left parties not even giving 5% of the tickets to women candidates for the 15th Lok Sabha elections. While, the CPM only fielded 4 women candidates out of the 80 declared seats, the CPI gave only 3 women candidates out of the 45 seats it was contesting. Still, people made 61 women candidates win the elections.

So, the Congress Govt controlled by Mrs.Sonia Gandhi failed to field even 100 female candidates. It’s difficult to believe that a more than 100 year old political party does not have 100 worthy female leaders to contest parliamentary elections. The truth is the older male politicians are not ready to give up their seats for females. Even Sonia Gandhi was powerless in front of these old politicians. She cannot risk a major revolt in Congress party, if she had fielded women in 30% of parliamentary seats.

So, just because of the stubborn behaviour of old male politicians, Sonia Gandhi and Jayanthi Natarajan are thinking of amending constitution. If Sonia Gandhi can’t take risks of fielding 100 female candidates in elections, then why should the citizens take a risk of having a mutilated constitution?

The Congress Govt tried to table this bill in the parliament before elections in 2009. Still, Sonia Gandhi fielded only 40 women in the elections. If Sonia Gandhi does not have integrity and courage, then why should I give up my choice to contest elections in my own constituency?

People have not discriminated women in the national elections. One out of 12 women candidates won in elections compared to one out of 15 male candidates. If Sonia Gandhi and other Congress leaders can’t trust women, then that is not my problem. Why should I give up my democratic rights and choices, just because of discrimination of women by Sonia Gandhi, Congress leaders, Brinda Karat or her husband Prakash Karat?

I and my friends did not stop Kiran Shaw Majumdar, Sudha Murthy, Jayanthi Natarajan, Uma Bharati or Kiran Bedi from contesting in elections. Then, why should I be stopped from contesting elections, just because of my gender?

When Sonia Gandhi does not have integrity, then she should clean it up by taking responsibility for the same and correct herself instead of preventing some citizens from contesting in elections. Otherwise, the solution will create a bigger mess than the problem itself. It is like:

“The Patient has got Piles, and the Doctor is getting ready to do Open Heart Surgery.”

The Constitution of India will be protected at any cost. This Rape of Constitution will be stopped. People will not tolerate any further amendments of Constitution, because they have every right to protect the democracy and civil liberties using all possible means.

All political parties, small and big will be warned against voting for a constitutional amendment, which denies citizens their right to contest in elections. Massive letter and email campaigns will start to see that democracy does not remain a joke anymore in this country of more than a billion people. We in India say, "Satyameva Jayate (Truth only Wins)". There be victory of truth and integrity.

Sumanth is an Indian Men's Rights Activist.
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#1
A Man
January 12, 2010
11:41 PM

Better to divide the country in two parts one by men and another by women and then see which part make more progress. We stupid men never relise our dignity and pay for it.All ready all the crime done by any women justify as a victim let it be murder, cheating or robbery. Let enjoy the gendar war created by some crooked politics and we common man have to pay for it and yes indian men will not wake up also , as history wittnes in the name of women they can justify any wrong doings and they had been provoked, result inspite of so many natural resources available in India, still more than 40 millions people have to strugel to get two times food and basic educations.

#2
Sumanth
January 13, 2010
08:48 PM

We hear so much about "choices" to individuals in a civilized nation.

However, men are completely blind to this attempt to deny them the choice to contest in elections.

Social equality can not be attained by manipulation, cutting corners or by denying other's rights or choices.

Most people do not seem to get it.

#3
A Man
January 13, 2010
11:52 PM

I agree on the artilce and the reason for oppose it , as it is against my constituions right and the proposed women reservations bill is not to empower the women, it is having hiden agenda to increse the men's life more miserable. I should not be punished for the worng doing( if any ) by political party head.
If the representations of women in politicis is not more , the worng done by political party head, so attack them or ban those political party first, do not punish the common citizen of india , as common citizen had not discriminated when they choose the men or women MP, the result confirms the same.

#4
DCritic
URL
January 13, 2010
11:56 PM

I need candidates of caliber to choose from, and caliber is not gender-specific. I feel violated when my choice is restricted to any GENDER, most of then should be feeling the same way.

Anyway wherever there is a woman reserved constituency(state elections) the regular candidate's wife is fielded as the candidate, why allow this puppetry anyway!!!.

#5
Jyortirmayi
January 14, 2010
12:17 AM

Why should there be reservation for Women? We should be able to come on our own merit. Rise to the occasion and prove yourself.By asking for reservation one is accepting being a weakling. One has to fight, and prove that with back against the wall, one can rise. Have faith in yourself and do not be a coward begging for reservation.

#6
Suresh ram
January 14, 2010
01:12 AM

Womens reservation Bill is not aimed to empower women of India. This law will befit only those elite, powerful, power hungry political class of women who have tasted power thro backdoor means in the name of saving poor women from explotation.
This law will benefit post 55 year old fat ass women numbering about 200 in parliment and about 3000 MLA positions.
Every major political party is supporting this bill but it has not been enacted for the last 12 years!! The people of India is cheated by the Politicians in the name of Women Vote bank. Every time this reservation issue is raked up the Politicians give concession with a anti male law for these Fat ass women to misuse and make money.
Now these fat ass women will get Moletation Law and Workplace Harassment Law with which they can make money

Political hypocracy is the name of the game. The men should rise up and become part of Mens Vote Bank


#7
Bhanu Prasad
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January 14, 2010
04:27 AM

From that IP:

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#8
smallsquirrel
January 14, 2010
06:36 AM

"Men have dominated and will dominate upper echelons of power"

and here we go with the SIFF rhetoric again. see how sumanth never comes out and tells these meatheads that they are full of tripe?

anyway bhanu, keep laughing dude. the joke is on you.

#9
Aaman
URL
January 14, 2010
12:36 PM

Hmm, interesting

#10
Bhanu Prasad
URL
January 14, 2010
01:21 PM

@Smallsquirrel,

The bigger point is the historical truth, not who is laughing at whom...and yes..women's reservation bill is a joke. It aims at a chimerical task, and only bolstered by the feminist orthodoxy.
This will fill Parliament with wives and daughters of powerful men..period.

#11
Daddy_Warbucks
January 14, 2010
03:46 PM

It will only make irrelavant the concept of democracy in India.

#12
Sumanth
January 14, 2010
04:20 PM

We are so much used to the "reservation meme" and there is so much saturated political correctness around it that even the most undemocratic thoughts are passed under this theme.

Indians are brilliant in this game of trying to fool other people and the layman also responds by acting like a fool.

How the hell they even discuss in parliament about denying some people their choice to contest in elections on the basis of their gender, religion, caste etc etc?

That's criminal.

Democracy is by the people, for the people and of the people.

They are screwing it and are discussing irrelevant arguments like "a politician will not take care of their constituency, if he knows in next rotation the seat will be a "woman's seat, Muslim seat or OBC seat".

#13
Suresh ram
January 15, 2010
02:17 AM

Traditionally, males are reluctant to concede space, particularly when the question of empowerment comes up. Exceptions apart, this has been the general experience, hence reservations through a legislative instrument make the social change mandatory and unarguable- BJP spoksperson
http://www.business-standard.com/india/storypage.php?autono=322827
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Women seeks a status akin to that of dalits.

The reservation for dalits in Parliment and Legislature is in vouge for more than years and has come to stay almost permanently.

If reservations to dalits can be sustained then reservations for women also cannot be objected!!

Article 334 originally laid down that the provision relating to the reservation of seats for SCs/STs in the Lok Sabha and the State Vidhan Sabhas would cease to have effect on the expiration of a period of ten years from the commencement of the Constitution. This article has since been amended four times, extending the said period by ten years on each occasion. This provision was to expire in January 2000.
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The Bill in its Current form envisages reserving 181 seats in the Parliament for women. In practical terms its efforts would be that 181 male members of Parliament would not be able to contest elections if the Bill is passed. Also, there is to be a rotation of seats, i.e., a male member of Parliament can not represent the same constituency for more then two consecutive terms. Here lies the rub.

These two very provisions are seemingly the cause of the consensus arrived at by various political parties to dump the Bill. 181 seats in Parliament is too great a number to be sacrificed for the mere ideal of women’s empowerment or adequate political representation, the very idea makes the male politicians panicky. The clause of ‘rotation of seats’ is seen by the opponents of Bill to ‘strike at the very heart of democracy and democratic values’ as, according to their logic, the representative will not get a chance to nurture his constituency nor the electorate will get a chance to reward or punish their representative, as a corollary to it hardly any ties would be established between the two.
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This bill will never see the light of the day!!!!!

#14
Sumanth
January 15, 2010
02:48 AM

Male and Female dynamics is different from

1) White vs African American dynamics.
2) Upper caste vs Dalit Dynamics.

The Dalits (or Blacks in US) have lower life expectancy and riskier lives than the Upper castes (and Whites).

The Male Power is a Myth.

It is like a small child assuming that the guy who drives a "bulldozer" is powerful.

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Personal Power is the rate at which you convert your wishes into reality.
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In that definition, men are not powerful.

#15
A Man
January 15, 2010
03:04 AM

"First parties have to give more tickets to women.Leave Loksabha.Let us start with Rajyasabha.Give 33% to women in Rajyasabha.Then increase it to 50% there."

It is against my constituions right and the proposed women reservations bill is not to empower the women, it is having hiden agenda to increse the men's life more miserable by making more and more anti-male law and policy by some male hater women. I should not be punished for the worng doing( if any ) by political party head.
If the representations of women in politicis is not more , the worng done by political party head, so attack them or ban those political party first, do not punish the common citizen of india , as common citizen had not discriminated when they choose the men or women MP, the result confirms the same.We do not want to see more rabri devis ...we want to see more capable women MP or chief minsiters who earn thier position and respect by thier hard work. If sonia gandhi can't take the risk to file 100 women in elections and do not have confidence, why the common citizen should have confidence to them?
(Crime Is Crime. Punishment should be irrespective of gender, religion and caste. Let us be honest and fight for truth.Vote for any Party, but Not to Congress.)

#16
Sumanth
January 15, 2010
04:56 AM

Fuck........the current Rajya Sabha (Upper house of Parliament) has just 21 women out of 250 members.

The members of Rajya Sabha are elected "NOT" by civilians, but by elected representatives of State Assemblies under the orders of "Great Political Leaders including Sonia Gandhi".

The Rajya Sabha membership is completely under control of most of these politicians. Why they ignore that and in stead are looking at reservation in Lower House of Parliament (Lok Sabha) by denying men the choice to contest in elections.

Can not they eat what is there in the plate already without raping the Constitution?

Why do they want to pull my underwear, when someone else does not have a shirt or blouse?

#17
DCritic
URL
January 15, 2010
10:59 AM

#16 "Why do they want to pull my underwear, when someone else does not have a shirt or blouse?"

Because we are the public who have forgotten that in a democracy Public is the King, unless we assert our informed will these public servants will try to plunder this country like its been happening for ever.

#18
Morris
January 15, 2010
01:32 PM

I agree. That is a bad way to increase women's represention. We cannot create equality by legislating inequality. That is a sure way of maintaing inequality.

I understand even convicted criminals are allowed to run for the office. They should not be. Also, perhaps they could limit representation for no more than two consecutive terms. This kind of tinkering can broaden the representation. The same gang cannot keep the control. They may come back. But they should be forced to give others opportunity. I am sure there are other such changes that can help. But nothing will help if they are not sincere about their motive.

#19
Sumanth
January 15, 2010
05:48 PM

In India,

1) Men are denied protection from domestic violence.

2) They are denied protection from spousal extortion.

3) They are denied access to justice.

4) They are denied compensation when they are brutalized in false litigation.

5) Now, they want to put men in jail with non-bailable warrants without evidence or investigation, if they are accused by their female workers of "molestation".

5) Now, the plan is to deny men from contesting elections.

6) Next, the plan will be to deny men the right to vote in elections with statements like:

"its a woman's constituency, why should men be allowed to vote here?"

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If this continues, people will ask "Army" to take over the control and bring Martial Law.

When democracy is raped by politicians, then people will ask for martial law for 5 years to clean up all the nonsense.

This is an issue of national security with Judiciary sleeping, Police turning into Mafia (and indulging in sexual violence) and politicians taking people for a ride.

#20
DCritic
URL
January 15, 2010
10:36 PM

Even now political parties are free to field women candidates why are they not fielding enough of women candidates(congress has fielded the most women candidates in the recent lok sabha elections- that too only 10%), why can't they field 33% or more women out of their own free will?. Why can't other political parties field more than the current 5% of BJP and even lesser women candidates from left parties, etc.?

Why cant the Rajyasabha have 33% women members, since that's nominated by the elected MPs themselves, why cant they do it in Rajyasabha before they try and curtail citizens choice and rights?.

Women can also participate in the open contest along with men, and if they show/sustain better caliber, Iam sure people will elect them and not the male candidates who are not promising, but no body can't force women candidates down all citizens throats!, thats not democracy damn it!.

Its public servants who we , the people, intend to elect, not jackpot winners so that they can enjoy the goodies and public treasury. So let people of caliber come to the fore irrespective of gender and let the people decide who they want to appoint as their servants!.

This is not some gold rush for women to revel in and be pampered, it is responsibility that we are talking about!!!.

#21
Suresh ram
January 16, 2010
12:26 AM

The women lobby has got Divorce laws, and Child marriage act passed and got the Joint Family System destroyed in India. They are happy now and not done anything when 10 % of official abortions are by Children below 18 years!!

They got 498a in 1984 and nuclear family system is being destroyed and made marriage by itself is crime for men and bounty for women. Men are afraid to marry as it creates only duies and he is put in a constant threat of arrest.

In 2006 DV Act is paased and every male member in a Family is put against every female member and men are robbed of even their shelter in their own home and always in the risk of blackmailed by every women in the home. A perfect gender superiority is ensured within the home over men.

Having muted the men on the streets the present WRB is meant against power center ie politicians. Political supremacy of women is sought to be achived by the bill. Post passing the bill all the dynastic political Familes will crumble. Murders and fights within politcal families will be the order of the Day. Just remeber how Menaka was thrown out by Indra gandhi and how BJP adopted her!!

We will see all policies of governance will be influenced by post menopause fat ass sex starved women joing across party line and form feminist society where Young male would be forced to take care of the sex needs of Old fat ass women. It will be reverse of N D Tiwari syndrome.

Now none of our politicians do not want to expose women from thier Families into politics without men's protection

#22
DCritic
URL
January 16, 2010
01:12 AM

See a poll on NDTV regarding WRB: http://www.ndtv.com/convergence/ndtv/new/NDTV-Show-Special.aspx?ID=175

Q. Is the Women’s Reservation Bill a necessity?

Yes 13.54%
No 86.12%
Can't say 0.34%
Total Votes: 1772

Also see a press release by Association of International Men’s Rights Activism and Welfare (AIMRAW)(Sub: Announcing severe protest against mutilation of the Indian Constitution in the name of Women Empowerment.)-> http://www.aimraw.org/aimraw-voices-protest-against-women-reservation-bill/#more-1

#23
R.Kannan
URL
January 16, 2010
02:33 AM

The women lobby has got Divorce laws, and Child marriage act passed and got the Joint Family System destroyed in India. They are happy now and not done anything when 10 % of official abortions are by Children below 18 years!!

They got 498a in 1984 and nuclear family system is being destroyed and made marriage by itself is crime for men and bounty for women. Men are afraid to marry as it creates only duies and he is put in a constant threat of arrest.

In 2006 DV Act is paased and every male member in a Family is put against every female member and men are robbed of even their shelter in their own home and always in the risk of blackmailed by every women in the home. A perfect gender superiority is ensured within the home over men.

Having muted the men on the streets the present WRB is meant against power center ie politicians. Political supremacy of women is sought to be achived by the bill. Post passing the bill all the dynastic political Familes will crumble. Murders and fights within politcal families will be the order of the Day. Just remeber how Menaka was thrown out by Indra gandhi and how BJP adopted her!!

We will see all policies of governance will be influenced by post menopause fat ass sex starved women joing across party line and form feminist society where Young male would be forced to take care of the sex needs of Old fat ass women. It will be reverse of N D Tiwari syndrome.

Now none of our politicians do not want to expose women from thier Families into politics without men's protection

#24
T N Balsubrimanian
January 16, 2010
02:12 PM

why congress want to ban men from contesting election ?

tomorrow they will ban voting rights also

This is shame.

#25
Suresh ram
January 17, 2010
02:59 AM

Only criminals sentenced by courts alone are barred to contest election. Now this law wil make all Indians Men on par with Criminals!!

If the politicians are really serious about women taking part in Highest Political decision making bodies then they can nominate women MPs on the basis of % of votes polled in Loksabha eletion and fill 100% of Rajya Sabha with women. It will also reflect representation of all political parties on the basis of votes polled by each of them.

#26
Sam
January 20, 2010
02:08 AM

Seems like your failures and frustrations have hit an all time high.
I had fun reading your article and twisted logic and ranting.
5 years and still on and no more than 10 sniffers doing the rounds. What are your retentions numbers?

#27
Sumanth
January 20, 2010
03:31 PM

sam,

In these 5 years, an effort equivalent to USD 10 million is put towards lobbying in India not only in the gender issues, but also in the areas of police reforms, judicial accountability and strengthening of democracy.

We have shifted a mountain at a slow pace.

More than 5,00,000 "quality" person hours are spent directly in last 5 years towards these efforts.

More than 3000 newspaper articles and TV programs were caused directly by our efforts in these 5 years.

Govt and political parties can not push bills in parliament and amend constitution at will by fooling people. They are losing power day by day to common citizens. There will not be reservative for women in parliament. We will ensure it.


#28
Sam
January 21, 2010
12:05 AM

DV was passed in your presence under your nose.
You claimed you would never allow a woman Prez but that happened.
And we have a male PM who is nothing less than a puppet at the hands of a woman.

These 5000000 hrs are nothing but wastage of ur time.
498a men have lost their peace of mind and time in 50000000hrs.
Perspective(s).....

You cannot ensure anything.

#29
Sumanth
January 21, 2010
06:40 PM

Sam,

DV act benefited us. 498a benefited us.
Biased Sexual harassment laws will benefit us.

Its the Govt which gave us the supplies to target police, judiciary and politicians.

If Govt discriminates men, then they increase supplies to us.

And Govt knows it well.

A male president would never had openly spoken against a "law for protection of women". Pratibha Patil did it.

#30
Suresh ram
January 22, 2010
02:33 AM

#28 Sam
/You cannot ensure anything./
When you started appraising blogs here?
What about other blogs ? Have they achived?

Sam
You wrote
//I, at point in my life a few years back(out of dire need coz of a certain incident with a family member of mine) had to take on SNIF personally. So I decided to attend one of their meetings in Delhi pretending to be a victim. //
http://desicritics.org/2009/07/15/205137.php
#15 Sam July 17, 2009

#31
Sam
January 23, 2010
02:32 PM

Yes Mr Sumanth!
You have no choice but to agree!

The women are the ones who give you guys the weapons. What an impotent thought and practice.
So if you don't get dowry or their salary from them, then take the weapons. The habbit of begging and demanding is still there.

Helplessness if apparent bigtime.

#32
Sumanth
January 24, 2010
02:39 AM

Sam,

who are we guys and who are other guys?

Everyone is same.

When there is discrimination, it happens to everyone (men, women, children, elders, families and communities and all).

The biased laws and social discriminations (like denial of right to vote or contesting elections) will impact everyone directly or indirectly.

There are 498a cases against president's own male relatives. If we wait, then every house will face discrimination and this poison is every where.

Who pays the price?

The people, the society and the future generations....

well....you will some more articles of mine with twisted logic in near future.....

#33
Sumanth
February 24, 2010
11:19 PM

Indian parliament is getting ready towards one of the most undemocratic discussions in Indian history.

They will discuss about denying men the right to contest in elections in their own constituencies (in the name of women's reservation).


NEW DELHI: The much-delayed women's reservation bill, easily one of the most contentious pieces of legislation to be considered by Parliament seeking 33% reservation to women in Lok Sabha and state assemblies, is likely to be taken up by the Union Cabinet on Thursday.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Womens-reservation-bill-to-come-up-in-Cabinet-today/articleshow/5613084.cms

#34
Sumanth
February 25, 2010
02:28 PM

Bad day for Indian Democracy:
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Cabinet clears the bill to DENY men the right to Contest in elections....

(If passed, Men will be forcibly stopped from contesting in 33% of seats in Parliament and State Assemblies).


http://ibnlive.in.com/news/cabinet-okays-womens-reservation-bill/110706-3.html?from=tn

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The hypocrites and sycophants to Italian Mafia had their day.



#35
Morris
February 25, 2010
04:03 PM

Good god. What kind of democracy is this? Better than that is to double the size of the house and have each constituancy elect one man and one woman. That way there will be equal representaion.

This is unbelievable. How will they pick the seats where men cannot contest the election? And why 33 and not 25, 40 or 50%. I wonder whether the old guards think that it will be easier to control women than men. And that way still keep the control with the old guards whoever they are.

#36
Sumanth
February 25, 2010
06:48 PM

Some bastards have not learned any lessons as the Naxalites are screwing them in the jungles.

These undemocratic morons make 40 lac arrested every year, which are unjustified or unnecessary.

The tax payer's money is used to screw the tax payer with all undemocratic bullshit.

They have modified constitution of India 80 times. They even modified constitution once to make sure that a old Muslim women can not claim any support from her husband.

Bloody hypocrites!!

These bastards killed thousands of people by promoting communal riots. Now, they want to divide people on the basis of gender, while they themselves perpetrate maximum atrocities.

One of the leaders, 80-year old moron sleeps with young women supplied from 2000km distance.

#37
Sumanth
February 25, 2010
06:56 PM

This entire game is sponsored by agencies in United States of America, a criminal infested country with completely broken family system.

Some Indians are selling the country to colonial agencies just to remain in power.

Manmohan Singh is a puppet in the hands of Sonia Maino.

This game has just begun and they do not know where it will lead them and their other partners in these undemocratic policies.

#38
Sumanth
February 25, 2010
07:00 PM

They claim, women are peaceful and women will bring people to world, when they are given power.

So, deny men the right to contest elections.

Yeah. We have seen Golda Meir, Margaret Thatcher and Indira Gandhi!!

How peaceful?!!

#39
Sam
February 25, 2010
07:26 PM

Hey Sumanth---the gas bag,

You had stridently boasted that You will not allow DV bill to pass and IT DID.

Since then you have also stridently boasted that you and your sidekicks will NEVER allow the bill to be passed, in addition, the delay is being caused by you guys(myth).
(This forum has you remarks documented)

Common dude, you still have some time and show us some results. Go stop them. 1000000 sniffers and ever increasing members with several names and who’ve drank their mothers milk can do it……..good luck.

After all, sniffer mothers and sisters are women too and they need justice. Regardless, if they are the ones who douses their DILs in kerosene.
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http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Road-cleared-for-33-reservation-of-all-MP-MLA-seats-for-women/articleshow/5617356.cms

The Union Cabinet on Thursday cleared the women's reservation bill which has been hanging fire for close to 14 years. And this time, the bill might go through in Parliament as the Congress, BJP and the Left have pledged support to it. The three parties put together add up to the necessary two-thirds majority in Lok Sabha for the constitutional amendment, and falls manageably short in Rajya Sabha.



#40
Sam
February 25, 2010
07:37 PM

Comment 27 Sumanth said

There will not be reservative for women in parliament. We will ensure it.

You go guy.......

#41
Sumanth
February 25, 2010
11:32 PM

Sam,

When a grave is dug, anyone can fall in it.

Recollect, the graves dug by Indira Gandhi, mother-in-law of Italian Queen Sonia Maino, the Great.

Indira Gandhi dug graves by supporting Bhindrenwale and then by training LTTE. Who fell in those graves?

Only Indian people are evil, who douse women in Kerosene. The Italians and the Americans are noble civilizations free from sluts and criminals.

Large scale Indophobia is spread by the rogue countries and mercenaries. So, we see a complete lack of common sense.

They need 21 more seats in Rajya Sabha to get 2/3rd to Rape the Constitution once more. The battle is not over yet.

#42
Sam
February 25, 2010
11:39 PM

yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
Hey Folks,

Please do read the looser comments of Sumanth and the sniffers.
Fun times.

Ex wives of all sniffers ....have fun.

#43
Sumanth
February 26, 2010
01:48 AM

Kiran Bedi:

"I’ll join politics only if Women’s Reservation Bill is passed."

The greedy woman has already set her eyes. These women will pull each others hair once they deny men the right to contest and vote.

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/I-ll-join-politics-only-if-Women-s-Reservation-Bill-is-passed--Kiran/582399

#44
Sumanth
February 26, 2010
02:45 AM

"Ex wives of all sniffers ....have fun."

In India, Domestic Violence claims 170,000 husbands in 12 years.

Staying alive has been a challenge for married men in India. Every 9 minutes a married man commits suicide.

They never got justice. It has become a social activity to murder married men or force married men to suicide and have fun.....

http://legalfighter.wordpress.com/2010/02/25/domestic-violence-claims-170000-husbands-in-12-years/

#45
Sumanth
February 26, 2010
03:22 AM

Have fun....as even the nursery schools are made to discriminate the small male kids in Delhi.

http://navbharattimes.indiatimes.com/delhiarticleshow/5617158.cms


नई दिल्ली ।। साढ़े तीन साल के सचिन को उसके पैरंट्स के मनपसंद स्कूलों में से किसी में भी नर्सरी में एडमिशन
नहीं मिल पा रहा है। वह ...पने पैरंट्स की पहली संतान है, इसलिए एडमिशन में भाई-बहन को मिलने वाले 5 पॉइंट तो उसके पास पहले ही कम थे, लड़कियों को मिलने वाले 5 पॉइंट्स में भी वह मात -ा रहा है।

यह दर्द सचिन के पैरंट्स के ...लावा कई "र पैरंट्स झेल रहे हैं। कई स्कूलों ने --र्ल चाइल्ड के लिए 5 से लेकर 10 पॉइंट्स तक र-े हैं। डीपीएस मथुरा रोड में --र्ल चाइल्ड के लिए 5 पॉइंट हैं जबकि स्प्रिं--डेल्स धौलाकुंआ में 10 पॉइंट्स हैं।

#46
Sam
February 26, 2010
01:02 PM

Hey Sumanth,

Right now i am having a blessed day seeing sniffers getting a shot down. For all the crimes you've done or have been accused of, it's payback time.
I love to see you all wimper and cry.
You all have lost time and again.
Why is that so difficult to understand?

I am married man and happy.
reason:
I didnt torture my wife for money.

#47
Sumanth
February 26, 2010
02:58 PM

"You all have lost time and again."

Ha!Haa!!.....Just Watch out.

The battle is going to take an interesting turn with new reinforcements.

I attended a Tea Party Event.

#48
Sumanth
February 26, 2010
03:22 PM

"I am married man and happy."

Why do not you write an article on your happiness inside marriage and how nicely your spend all your free time with your " " wife?

Why you are not that self expressed? Come on....write it....please....

Or should I write one for all happily married men?

Even a Dog can claim to be happily tied.

#49
Sumanth
March 4, 2010
01:56 AM

Women association opposes quota bill

Hyderabad, March.3: Opposing the 85th Constitutional Amendment Bill ( Women's Reservation Bill), the All India Forgotten Women's Association (AIFWA) and All India Men' s Association (AIMWA) have demanded all political parties to provide 33 percent tickets to women to contest in the elections.

Speaking to media persons here today, AIFWA president Ms Uma Challa said that the public representatives in a democracy should be those who have everyone' s welfare in mind and not promoting a specific gender, caste or creed. The Women' s Reservations Bill is undemocratic because male citizens will be forced to withdraw or prevented from contesting in reserved constituencies solely because they are male. It takes away the democratic right of 11 crore men to contest in the elections. This is against the fundamental rights of 11 crore men.

http://www.andhraheadlines.com/BrowseArticle.aspx?CatID=4&ArtID=60753

#50
Bhanu Prasad
URL
March 4, 2010
11:58 PM

@Sumanth @Suresh,

Let us file a PIL in supreme court on this. You can reach me at bhanu [at] bhanuprasad.net

These women's groups should be taught a lesson.



#51
Aaman
URL
March 5, 2010
12:17 AM

that comment is being edited not for any reason other than the personal details provided.

#52
Sam
March 5, 2010
12:20 AM

Alright Sumanth,
apparently your comment and my comment provided the same details. :) Howis that?