posted on May, 15 2016 @ 04:52 PM
a reply to: starwarsisreal
I watched that documentary and it just made me sick to my stomach. The fact that even after being arrested and imprisoned they showed absolutely NO
REMORSE and continued to blame their victim was so beyond contempt till I can't even go there. I personally would love to put these "men" out of the
world's misery... I could do that without blinking an eye.
I wonder how much longer India and the world is going to tolerate this horrendous behavior. To pass it off as a "cultural" or "religious" calling is
just ludicrous. They're so far below anything or anyone that should continue to be tolerated in this world. And, of course, with Saudi Arabia being in
charge of the UN's human rights issues (worst joke of the century thanks to England supporting them for the job), it will probably go unaddressed
forever, or until the UN grows a pair and admits to their horrid mistake and puts a civilized group in their place.
Just because these issues exist "over there" does not negate the crime against women being perpetrated ALL OVER the world. It needs to be seen as a
crime against women and treated as such. Punishment NEEDS to be aggressively administrated...no holds barred. There's NOTHING anyone could say that
will ever change my mind on that issue. Yes, bring on the death penalty, especially in cases as documented in "India's Daughter"
End justifiable rant!.