Originally posted by korathin
Originally posted by noonebutme
As Misterlondon said, this isn't unique to Malaysia - sadly, it's a worldwide issue.
While it may be more common in some Muslim nations, where women's rights are...well,, non-existent, it still happens in much of the Western world.
Sucks, but there you go.
The only difference is when women murder their husbands in the west, they are celebrated as a hero by the "all girls club".
This isn't true. It depends on the circumstances when women are stuck up for by other women. Years ago they were going to change self defense laws
in Canada to be more, women friendly, than male friendly, equal.
Women are in a small amount of murder rates, amounting for less than 4% of all the murders, and most of them, according to their own prison stats, are
in abusive situations , possibly as much as 40-60% of those.
This was in the days when they had decent talk shows interviewing real topics with government accepted facts brought out. Have no idea of what the
nazi media depicts.
The change would have accounted for a woman not being able to defend herself physically by someone bigger and stronger than her. Many women who
defend themselves in the moment so to speak, get killed or put in the hospital, or pushed down stairs and broken up. Self defense for a woman in a
position some women, who have tried to leave, and the police support the abusive male, and end up with their families threatened, with their lives and
after further stalking and violence, possibly a sibling or niece and nephew injured with no way to convince the police, go back to these men over and
over. And sometimes the way they escape, is self defense after they were beaten, ie. like when he's sleeping.
If it was your daugther you'd get it, your sister, your friend.
An aquaintance, who had past connections with a certain group, ended up having the father of her baby chase her around the townhouse with a chain saw,
and she escaped by jumping from the second story window, hurting her ankle really bad, getting to a phone and phoning the police. He meanwhile hid
the chainsaw in a room, broke dishes in the kitched so when the police arrived, he told them she was crazy, and threw a fit and broke things up, and a
long song and dance later, they left her with this man, without checking the house for the still warm to touch chain saw, or questioning the neighbors
if they heard anything.
This is a typical reaction for police everywhere, you can here repeats or similar stories over and over.
In her case, she mentioned this to an old aquaintance from her black market days who adviced her to leave town. She did, she moved away. He's no
longer in the world. Did that make her a murderer? What about those who don't have friends. This man had stalked her family several times when
she tried to leave and threatened everyone.
I know another woman, who was living in the bush with her husband and small children, and he was abusive, also, held a shotgun to her head. She did
escape, she hitchiked out along a mountain road carrying stuff on her back, her baby and small child, though very rare traffic for the kootenays in
the woods. She was risking him being the vehicle and being forced back to another beating of her life. Luckily she sought help and shelter and got a
job, was protected by a group of people, her family nowhere nearby for him to harass. But if he had been the one, wonder what she would have done to
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