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Burn The Rapist.

Try BURNING the RAPISTS once, you will not need to LIGHT CANDLES.

Brutal Lesson For People’s !

Don’t RAISE your GIRLS like FAIRIES only Rather PREPARE them like a WEAPON.

Don’t make them WORTHY of seeing only a PRINCE, also TELL them what DEMONS are.

When you will make your DAUGHTER so BRAVE, you will get the COURAGE to BURN the RAPIST, not only the CANDLE.

Kiran🙏

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  1. santable

    Very true.

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Kiran

      Thank you so much 🙏☺️

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Krishna

    I agree with you dear Kiran. Girls have to taught to be brave by mothers during this age of sexual abuse and rapes almost everywhere. Law and police have their limits and explanations for protecting rapists, but sometimes they don’t value the life and emotional and physical wounds the girl had.

    Liked by 3 people

    1. Kiran

      Exactly ,people will have to take actions before something wrong happen not after happened .🙏I appreciate your words and you . Thank you so much ☺️

      Liked by 2 people

  3. Simon

    Powerful message! This is how it should be ✨💪💪

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Kiran

      Thank you so much .I’m glad you felt this Supportive .🙏😊Thank you so much.i Appreciate your words and you.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Bilal Ahmad

    Bilkul Sahi baat .agree with this truth❤🙏

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Kiran

      Thank you so much 🙏😊I’m happy you liked it .I appreciate your words and you.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. DEVANG UPADHYAYA

    Beautiful and thought provoking!!
    I wonder when things will truly change.
    I see news all the time, I feel helpless. Rapist rape and destroy someone’s life. Gets minor punishment and then again they are free. And this cycle keeps on going

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Kiran

      Exactly , People’s have to find solutions instead of thinking that other will do that .🙏 Thank you so much.i Appreciate you.😊

      Liked by 2 people

  6. aparna12

    Absolutely correct. ♥️♥️♥️

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Yaksh singh

    A very amazing and awareness creating blog yrr. You said absolutely true because in this the people should take the action and they should teach boys how to behave and respect girls.👍

    Liked by 3 people

    1. Kiran

      Exactly, people should take actions before something wrong happen.🙏😊 I appreciate you . Thank you.

      Liked by 2 people

  8. oishmortal

    I absolutely agree. The strict rules of Saudi must be implemented for rapists. Since society won’t change their mindset and instead of teaching women to go home early, we should impose such rules on men.
    It’s such a trivial topic and not gender biased here, but steady measures need to be taken for sure. Thanks for sharing this. More power to you and your voice.

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Kiran

      Absolutely , society will never change because here in world equal thinking people lives . People instead of arguments should take strict action .🙏 Thank you so much.i Appreciate you.

      Liked by 1 person

  9. vermavkv

    Well said..

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Aish

    True!
    Rapists should be punished, instead of given stupid excuses and set free again. Once serious action is taken against them, only then will their number lessen, otherwise they think they are in control. They will definitely burn in hell! But may they burn in this world too!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Kiran

      Yes , exactly Their Soul will surely burn in hell but their body is need to be burn here ,they deserve that pain they give to girls / women . Thank you 🙏 I appreciate you.

      Like

  11. katiemiafrederick

    SMiLes Dear Kiran Rape is Always
    A Selfish Violent Act Separated

    From Any Humanity For Real

    A Best Solution From the Very

    Beginning is Garden All Humans

    With Love More Than the Tools We
    Teach Them More to Become When We

    Don’t Put People First In Life

    We Become Raping

    CuLTuRES iN

    Humanity

    of Every

    Way As True

    There Are So Many
    Legal Ways of Rape

    That Folks Fall to

    As They Are Told

    ThiS is The Way to Behave…

    In Many Countries Women Are

    Held In Less Value of Being Human Than Men

    Always An Environment Ripe For Raping Objects instead

    of Loving

    Humans For Real…

    Even in So-Called Legal ‘Sanctified’ Marriages…

    Yes SMiLes i’ve Known Humans Struggling

    For A Decade to Try to Successfully Escape

    Some Do Yet Some Do Not We Must Do the

    Best We Can And Will to Make Changes Back to Putting All Humans First..:)

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Gamma Hans

      this sermon
      helps babies
      from her father’s
      and other people
      were raped
      absolutely nothing

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Kiran

        Nice☺️Thank you so much 🙏

        Liked by 1 person

  12. utahan15

    and she said burrrrrrrrrrrrrn!
    treat lil sister right then y all

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Kiran

    Thank you 😊🙏

    Like

  14. Kiran

    Thank you so much ☺️🙏❤️❤️❤️

    Like

  15. Bilal Ahmad

    Exactly true.🙏

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Kiran

      Thank you so much ☺️🙏

      Like

  16. Gamma Hans

    Recep Tayyip Erdogan

    The rapist
    is carried through by the toxic community
    of men protected by law

    Violence against women is a crime

    The wars of aggression against the Kurds are a crime.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Kiran

      So True, Thank you so much 🙏

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Gamma Hans

        The Kremlin has also passed a law.

        MAGAZINE AMNESTY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
        «PERSONAL MATTERS» ALSO IN RUSSIA
        70 percent of women in the Russian Federation experience violence from their partner or husband at least once in their lives. Despite this alarming frequency, the state offers no systematic protection for victims and still considers the problem a “private matter”.
        Anastasia is a lawyer. Her husband teaches as a professor at a university. A successful, respected couple. But appearances are deceptive. Anastasia has been beaten by her husband for seven years. “When I earned more than him, he started extorting money from me and hitting me to humiliate me.” He’s never drunk. And he specifically selects parts of the body where signs of violence are less visible. “He says there’s nothing I can do about him, that nobody will believe me,” she said as a witness in a December 2005 report by Amnesty International (AI) on domestic violence in Russia.

        Not an isolated case
        Anastasia is not an isolated case: domestic violence against women exists in Russia in every social class and in every ethnic group. The violence is often justified with alcoholism, poverty or the precarious living conditions in many places. While these reasons certainly contribute to increasing the likelihood of violence, the main cause lies in the socially accepted patterns of behavior that have existed for centuries. The brutalization of society through wars, such as in Chechnya, has also played its part.
        In a 2003 opinion poll, around 40 percent of male and female respondents said that beating by a husband was justified depending on the circumstances. The majority did not consider forced marital sex to be a criminal offence. “From the moment you live with him, people think it’s your fault,” says Liuba.
        “Violence is our destiny”, many women in Russia are convinced of that. And the state is doing little to change that. In the Russian Federation there is no law against domestic violence, it is considered a «private matter». And this despite the fact that 14,000 women die every year as a result of violent attacks by husbands or partners. According to a study, 70 percent of women in Russia experience violence at least once in their marriage. However, the perpetrators are only held accountable in the rarest of cases.

        Insufficient protection
        Although Russia has signed numerous international human rights treaties, including the “Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women” (CEDAW), Russia does not adequately fulfill its duty to protect. The Russian state has only eight women’s shelters. There is none to be found in Moscow, a city of nine million. In addition, access is only granted to women who can show local registrations and a medical certificate. In emergency situations, this is an unjustifiably high demand. Most women’s shelters or women’s institutions arise from private initiatives and often have to be closed again for lack of money.

        No priority
        The women can expect little help from the police either. Almost all police officers interviewed admitted to AI that domestic violence is far less important to them than offenses such as robbery, theft or terrorist activities. “I called the police 16 times in a single night, but they never came,” says Liliana.
        Many women feel trapped in fear of even greater violence from their partners. In only 5 to 10 percent of spousal abuse cases do women report it to the police. The vast majority subsequently withdrew their charges. In addition, AI is not aware of any reports of spousal rape. Faced with housing shortages, a lack of women’s shelters, and financial and emotional dependency, many women see no way out and continue to endure violence and humiliation. Experiences with the authorities are often so bad that the women have lost confidence in them.
        There is a lack of a systematic approach to protecting women at both national and local level. However, in a few places the problem is being actively addressed, for example in Petrozavodsk, a city in the Republic of Karelia. One women’s shelter offers protection to victims of domestic violence and victims of trafficking in women. Close cooperation between the staff and the police enables the women to make the best possible decision on further steps. The police actively conducts public awareness-raising work, undergoes ongoing training and is well networked internationally. With success: The crimes against women registered in 2004 had increased by 30 percent compared to the previous year, which indicates increasing trust in the policesignalled. The message conveyed is clear: violence can never be a private matter.

        Published in the magazine AMNESTY! from February 2006
        Published by Amnesty International, Swiss Section

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      2. Kiran

        I totally understand .yes violence can never be a private matter . Harrasment ,rape case and legal or illegal tortures on women’s or anyone should be count .Better decisions should be taken by government and People’s to baned all these violence 🙏

        Liked by 1 person

  17. Anil

    This is very strong and apt post on a disturbing trend seen in society nowadays. Both boys along with girls need to taught what’s right and what’s wrong. 🙏🏻🌺🤗🙏🏻

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Kiran

      Exactly ,Like how we save ourselves and others . Thank you so much 🙏 Sir .🤗🌹

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Anil

        Very true dear 🤗

        Liked by 1 person

      2. Kiran

        Thank you .my pleasure 🤗.

        Liked by 1 person

      3. Anil

        🤗🌹

        Liked by 1 person

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