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This post was edited by lebeast at 2012-12-6 20:44|
JFenix Post time: 2012-12-6 20:16
Yeah....no reason to listen to a bunch of radicals and all.
Its better not to even think about al ...
I've read the reports
You won't find violence against women in the Congo defined in terms of lesbians, bisexuals and transgender, which is the difference in definition between the 1994 and 2011 reports (have you even read ?)
Here you go, I'll save you a little time, by giving you a direct link, JF:
Don't you just love the title of that link, from no less august an institution other than the "United Nations"... violenceisnotourculture.org....
United in what then...hubris? indulgence? fantasy? agenda?
Moreover, you can see where it's all going, and it is not cool:
The outcome document of the session went a step further in calling on States to “treat all forms of violence against women and girls of all ages as a criminal offence punishable by law, including violence based on all forms of discrimination”
this is not cool because a lot of things which are not violence against women are defined as such by the United Nations
and yet, we see the threat of legal action, which is itself a form of force, used, not in the name of justice, but in the name of agenda, with no rational basis
these are fighting words
and you need to understand, JF, the report is based, loosely (not scientifically), on the observations of the "Special Rapporteur", in the "four spheres" - Kyrgyzstan, Algeria, El Salvador, Zambia, United States of America....actually FIVE ), and NOT via an evidence-based approach
it is all grand self-indulgence, with the full threat of legislation, and that is a most dangerous outcome