Sset Lacuba
Sset Lacuba

Let us fight for "Womens Rights"! We are one of God's creation, created the same with men, it's high time we voice out our right to live side by side with men. May the power of God enlightened the minds of men in India and see the women as part and parcel of the existence of men in this world. More power to all the women in this world let our cries be heard!!!!!!

Anita Wamuyu
Anita Wamuyu
  • Sset Lacuba

Practice your meditation mantras yoga and aryuvedic medicines, find a way to educate yourselves you are powerful grow and know God with all your hearts, women always had their corner, their tipi and are like ISIS they give birth, we keep in balance with the earth larn tai chi and chi kung martial arts not to fight like men if need be then so as many queens did to protect their empires. there is no competition, exercise and birth control get qualified and get your place in the voting ranks...

Practice your meditation mantras yoga and aryuvedic medicines, find a way to educate yourselves you are powerful grow and know God with all your hearts, women always had their corner, their tipi and are like ISIS they give birth, we keep in balance with the earth larn tai chi and chi kung martial arts not to fight like men if need be then so as many queens did to protect their empires. there is no competition, exercise and birth control get qualified and get your place in the voting ranks already you have some strong women in the west who rally and support you, as educators builders and carers preserve your beauty, buddah krishna islam find the common bond in knowing the most high and share knowledge...

Anita Wamuyu
Anita Wamuyu
  • Sset Lacuba

indian women matter from when they are abused and mistreated the day you have war and disease you will need women to fight and care by your side so stop treating them like prostitutes and stop making them have so many babies, birth control is not a pill its a state of mind, the prohets before you left wisdom and money has now ruined so much, without women this is disrespecting GOD. They were queens and princesses and this is not by money or materialism most who travel to the west fortunate...

indian women matter from when they are abused and mistreated the day you have war and disease you will need women to fight and care by your side so stop treating them like prostitutes and stop making them have so many babies, birth control is not a pill its a state of mind, the prohets before you left wisdom and money has now ruined so much, without women this is disrespecting GOD. They were queens and princesses and this is not by money or materialism most who travel to the west fortunate are high ranking in education and in the work place and this intimidates many, and it should not. laws need to be addressed and respect needs to be amongst those decision makers and there need to be many more women in power to balance the earth.... no greed no over desires, you have medicine and so much that God has given you and you sell out, and do what? to women... shame on you.... your mother and your ancestors will never let you rest, be kind and learn to be powerful Alpha and omega..

Anita Wamuyu
Anita Wamuyu
  • Sset Lacuba

God did not intend for women to suffer the way they do and it will change by the grace of God , many will have to suffer many will have to die dont ask me why, theres a natural mystic flowing in the AIR GOd knows all...

Marianne Ebsworth
Marianne Ebsworth

THIS IS THE FEMALE CENTURY.

JenMisha Veach
JenMisha Veach

WTF. Women are equal all around this world!! Just Stop ALREADY!!

JenMisha Veach
JenMisha Veach
  • JenMisha Veach

Joined cause for sure!!!

Mahesh Chandra Agarwal

Respect other's mother, sister n wife, as u expect from others in u r case.

Michele Marino
Michele Marino
  • Mahesh Chandra Agarwal

We prefer that women are respected as individuals, not through their relationships with others; especially through their identity as someone's "wife." This simply continues the devaluation of women. They deserve respect regardless of whether or not they are someone's mother, sister, wife.... It's time people got over their primitive and misguided delusions and start treating women with the respect they have always deserved. No one would be here if it were not for women. That in itself speaks volumes about how ridiculous this behavior is.

Phinees Gauthier-Cabrera

Grotesque!

Colleen Stromer
Colleen Stromer
  • Phinees Gauthier-Cabrera

This should not be allowed anywhere, anytime. Didnt we give Hitler grief when he thought genicde was the answere to everything. The leaders of India should line up for a fireing squad!

Malou Keble
Malou Keble

signé

Kitty Le Burel
Kitty Le Burel
  • Malou Keble

Merci !

Indu Raina
Indu Raina

It is sad as well as quite shameful t o see what is happening in our country where women were once worshiped as shakti.Let our women folk take the form of kali and annihilate the evil doers.

Vidit Kothari
Vidit Kothari
  • Indu Raina

I think that is exactly what needs to be done. India needs chaos. Crime and corruption and some cast problems are really making life harder and filthier

Jelly Alegre
Jelly Alegre

This is a total shame, disgrace and wanton denial of women's dignity who are the goddess image of as in testified in many of World Scriptures, all textbooks teaching like a compass for mankind to discover the God in Us all humanity who were created by the the Supreme and Most whom also called, the Great Ultimate, First Cause and Original Cause , or Brahman and or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Svayam_Bhagavan as we mark International Women's Day we are sharing with you a 12 min video on...

This is a total shame, disgrace and wanton denial of women's dignity who are the goddess image of as in testified in many of World Scriptures, all textbooks teaching like a compass for mankind to discover the God in Us all humanity who were created by the the Supreme and Most whom also called, the Great Ultimate, First Cause and Original Cause , or Brahman and or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Svayam_Bhagavan as we mark International Women's Day we are sharing with you a 12 min video on India's female genocide. This video was presented by The 50 Million Missing founder, Rita Banerji, at the U.N.'s symposium on Femicide in Nov 2012.

Alfredo Alegre
Alfredo Alegre
  • Jelly Alegre

As far as our family and Closest Clan by Torres and Alegre we all share and believes on....

Jelly Alegre
Jelly Alegre
  • Jelly Alegre

International Human Rights Law

Sphere at the Palais des Nations in GenevaThe international human rights movement was strengthened when the United Nations General Assembly adopted of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) on 10 December 1948. Drafted as ‘a common standard of achievement for all peoples and nations', the Declaration for the first time in human history spell out basic civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights that all human beings should enjoy. It has...

International Human Rights Law

Sphere at the Palais des Nations in GenevaThe international human rights movement was strengthened when the United Nations General Assembly adopted of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) on 10 December 1948. Drafted as ‘a common standard of achievement for all peoples and nations', the Declaration for the first time in human history spell out basic civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights that all human beings should enjoy. It has over time been widely accepted as the fundamental norms of human rights that everyone should respect and protect. The UDHR, together with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and its two Optional Protocols, and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, form the so - called International Bill of Human Rights.

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Through ratification of international human rights treaties, Governments undertake to put into place domestic measures and legislation compatible with their treaty obligations and duties. Where domestic legal proceedings fail to address human rights abuses, mechanisms and procedures for individual complaints or communications are available at the regional and international levels to help ensure that international human rights standards are indeed respected, implemented, and enforced at the local level.

Jelly Alegre
Jelly Alegre
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Universal Declaration of Human Rights

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a milestone document in the history of human rights. Drafted by representatives with different legal and cultural backgrounds from all regions of the world, the Declaration was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in Paris on 10 December 1948 General Assembly resolution 217 A (III) (French) (Spanish) as a common standard of achievements for all peoples and all nations. It sets out, for the...

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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Princess Faith Hannah Alegre
Princess Faith Hannah Alegre
  • Jelly Alegre

AJU and aMEN TO ALL .....AND OUR MOST HUMBLE GRATITUDE TO OUR GOD, UNIVERSAL TRUE PARENTS, MEMBERS OF THE TRUE FAMILY CP WORKS AND STAFF, GRANDMA DMN AND OUR ELDER BRO. HJNM AND ALL OUR ELDERS OUR REAL HEROES...AND ALL THESE FOR THE GLORY OF OUR GOD WE OWE THEM ALL ACCOMPLISHMENTS, ACHIEVEMENTS AND OUR TOTAL BEING TO THEM ALL AND TO THE SWEAT, TEARS AND BLOOD OF TP'S AND AND SACRIFICES OF TF MEMBERS, DMN, HJNM AND ELDERS OF FFWPU AND UPF OUR REAL HEROES AS FAR AS MY PARENTS AND ALL CLOSEST KINS BY MY PARENTS AND CLAN TORRES AND ALEGRE....

Ali Babington
Ali Babington

Its a great shame, what's happening to our women and children ( girls), this government is only talking about the new laws etc. But still no action. There are to many minister & parliamentarians have committed such crimes, so where will the nation get justice. the whole system should be changed, and all the culprits should be punished with serious charges.

Joginder Mahay
Joginder Mahay
  • Ali Babington

When you have the whole system that is corrupt, who is going to punish who? After the Delhi Gang Rape, I thought people would have learnt a lesson, instead, we have 4 rapes everyday since then. The sickness in peoplesminds need to be exposed, politicians exposed and those covering for crimes must be brought on trial and punished severely. Women are creative, great kings and artists, poets and saints etc; are born of them and still their plight is so bad, it is horrific. Things must change,...

When you have the whole system that is corrupt, who is going to punish who? After the Delhi Gang Rape, I thought people would have learnt a lesson, instead, we have 4 rapes everyday since then. The sickness in peoplesminds need to be exposed, politicians exposed and those covering for crimes must be brought on trial and punished severely. Women are creative, great kings and artists, poets and saints etc; are born of them and still their plight is so bad, it is horrific. Things must change, not in the future, but NOW. Each of us can make a difference.

Carmen Sallen
Carmen Sallen
  • Ali Babington

OK.

Jacques d'Adesky
Jacques d'Adesky

C'est une manifestation extrêmement importante d'appui aux femmes qui vivent en Inde. Que l'on fasse circuler au maximum le message!

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