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India upholds law allowing sex with 15-year-olds

India has the largest number of child brides in the world

An Indian high court has upheld a law allowing sex with a woman of 15 if she is married.

The age at which a person can consent to sex in India is 18, aside from this exemption.

The Ministry of Home Affairs said it did not make sense to change the law because of India's "social realities".

India has the largest number of child brides in the world. Around half of girls in India are married before their 18th birthday, according to Girls Not Brides. The umbrella organisation, made up of more than 600 civil society goups, said fewer Indian girls are marrying before the age of 15 than in the past, but rates of marriage have increased for girls between 15 and 18.

Critics say the exemption to the age of sexual consent encourages marriages involving girls under 18.

But the government told the high court that it was "not appropriate and practical" to change the law while there are at least 23 million existing child brides in India. Ministers said that amending the exemption would lead to "social tensions".

"It has been decided to retain the age of 15 years under the exception 2 of Section 375 so as to give protection to husband and wife against criminalising the sexual activity between them,” said the ministry in an affidavit, filed in response to a public interest litigation against marital rape.

The law permitting sex with girls of 15 was passed in 1949 and has not been amended for 67 years.

The government amended the law in 2013 to raise the age of consent outside of marriage from 16 to 18, but did not change the age of consent for married girls. The Supreme Court is currently hearing a case arguing the excemption be removed from the law.

But precedent suggests even if the law was changed, it would be difficult to enforce.

Although most child brides in India are 15 or older, there are still more than 12 million girls below the age of 10 who are married, according to recent census data.

Rape within these marriages is thought to be common, but girls have no platform to complain.

India is a member of the South Asian Initiative to End Violence Against Children and has signed up to a regional action plan in the hope of significantly reducing child marriage by 2018.


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Japan’s obsession with Pedophile friendly band Baby metal goes International

Occult news

Apr 12, 2016

The Japanese continue their conspiracy to spread pedophile friendly entertainment internationally. This trend began in the 80s and continued through the 90s with Japan’s perverted pedophile animation that shows little girls being raped by monsters and animals in a genre of Anime called lolicon.

And now on mainstream tv Japans new flavor has been projected into the mind of sick American pedophiles. Baby metal causes middle aged pedophiles to get excited and go to their local parks to find a new victim and do you know who is to blame?

It is those sick perverted shape shifting JEWS


Male feminists are traitors. For women to be feminists is somehow understandable. They want power. Everybody wants power. But male feminists are traitors. Treat them as such. For a list of male feminists, see here.


Mob breaks into police station to kill man accused of stabbing kids

JAKARTA, Indonesia -- An enraged mob in central Indonesia forced its way into a police station and beat a man to death Tuesday, hours after he was arrested for allegedly stabbing seven children at an elementary school.

The children were in stable condition at a hospital, said police spokesman Jules Abraham Abast. They suffered neck, chest and head wounds in the attack Tuesday morning on a remote island in East Nusa Tenggara province.

Abast said hundreds of islanders raced to the police station as news of the stabbings spread. Some of them broke through a concrete wall to get inside, he said.

TV footage showed angry residents swarming around the police station and demanding the 32-year-old man face mob justice.

The man had been captured by soldiers after panicked students fled to a military post near the school.

Arthur Anthoni, the headmaster of the school, told TVOne that the man said “I will kill you all, teachers and students” as he entered the classroom.

Abast said it appeared that the victims were not singled out by the man for any particular reason.

Mob violence is not uncommon in Indonesia, where even petty thieves caught in the act have been beaten to death or burned alive.


Du hast wohl den Arsch offen. Solches Zeug zu schreiben. Da kommt doch nur Kacke raus.


Briton jailed for 5 years in Indonesia for abusing teen

MATARAM, INDONESIA (AFP) - A British man who sexually assaulted a teenage boy in a hotel on the popular Indonesian holiday island of Lombok was jailed for five years on Thursday (Jan 19).

Stuart Richard Pike, 45, was found guilty of molesting the 17-year-old in April last year.

The Briton had maintained his innocence, saying he did not know the victim was under the legal age of consent - 18 - and he thought the encounter was consensual.

Presiding judge Didiek Jatmiko told a court on the island that Pike was guilty of "violence against children and molestation", as he handed down the sentence.

As well as the jail term, Pike - who has lived on Lombok for 11 years - was ordered to pay 60 million rupiah (S$6,406), or to spend another three months in jail if he was unable to pay the fine.

Pike's lawyer said he was considering whether to file an appeal.

There are regular cases of foreigners sexually abusing minors in Indonesia, particularly on Lombok and the neighbouring resort island of Bali.

In October last year, a 70-year-old Australian man was jailed for 15 years for sexually abusing 11 Indonesian girls on Bali after luring them to his house with promises of gifts.


Arson is the terrorism of the future. Attackers can buy their weapon at any gasoline station, and risk just 2 years in prison.


Prostitutes in Dubai

Hi, Sunil here to talk about prostitutes in Dubai and where they hang out.

So what inspired this section? Well well I once wrote a post on our Blog about prostitution in Dubai and happened to include some places where you can spot prostitutes in Dubai.

Just minutes later I was bombarded by emails accusing me of promoting prostitution and provide a resource for others to come to my website and find out where they can go to find one.

My friend, if you wanted to find one, you would with or without my help.

That is a lame a reason to give me.

But thanks to the people who saw the glass half empty, my intention with the blog post was a half full one.

I wrote it so that I can alarm those who want to avoid places saturated with prostitutes.

Think about it, if you are going with your family, do you want to accidentally end up somewhere where there are prostitutes?

So hopefully my logic makes sense now?

It is not a surprise that prostitution exists in Dubai. Dubai has fame, fortune and a majority male population. It just makes sense. Read this section on prostitution in Dubai for some background information and a brief history lesson.

Just know that legally, to have sex with someone you are not married to is an offense (something to think about for the young single couples, especially if you live together).

Hopefully that will make you think thrice before getting involved with anything that has to do with the Dubai prostitutes (or in general). It is risky more than just from a legal perspective.

So whether you look at the glass as half full or half empty, here are some places loaded with prostitutes in Dubai:

Cyclone Club is the most famous or should I say INFAMOUS place where prostitutes hang out in Dubai

Radison SAS
Rattlesnake Club at the Metropolitan Hotel
The Al Nasr Square area
Rumours at the Ramada Hotel
The Regal Plaza Hotel
Stayin Alive at the Imperial Suites Hotel
Sea View Hotel is a A big Filipino hang out
Various erotic massage establishments
The Hyatt Regency in Deira.
The Red Square Club at the Moscow Hotel


It is the secret dream of every Swedish or German woman to marry a black men, or at least have sex with a black man. Every smart young African man should migrate to Europe. Free money, nice house, good sex!


The World’s Congested Human Migration Routes in 5 Maps

Europe is not the only part of the world facing a refugee crisis.

The desperate men, women, and children flooding into Europe from the Middle East and Africa are not the only people moving along ever-shifting and dangerous migration routes.

Last year saw the highest levels of global forced displacement on record—59.5 million individuals left their homes in 2014 due to “persecution, conflict, generalized violence, or human rights violations” according to the United Nations. That's 8.3 million more people than the year before.

Now Europe’s governments are straining as hundreds of thousands more have been making the journey this year. A majority are from war-ravaged Syria, risking treacherous waters and unscrupulous smugglers as they push north for a better and safer life.

“We are witnessing a paradigm change, an unchecked slide into an era in which the scale of global forced displacement as well as the response required is now clearly dwarfing anything seen before,” Antonio Guterres, the UN High Commissioner, declared in June.

Plenty of other nations are also experiencing exoduses or are grappling with becoming transit points, smugglers' routes, or desired end points for migrants. The routes, which are often secretive, are cutting paths through Central America and Mexico, the Horn of Africa (there are now nearly one million Somali refugees), and countries like Bangladesh, Myanmar and Malaysia, along with the headline-making migrations through East Africa and the Mediterranean Sea.

These four maps show some of the major mass migrations now underway:

Eastern Mediterranean Route

As of this week, the number of refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria approached 4.1 million. These Syrians in exile have sought shelter in camps and temporary housing in Turkey, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and throughout North Africa. Almost half have landed in Turkey, according to the UN, but conditions there have been worsening.

The Eastern Mediterranean route—the passage long used by migrants crossing through Turkey to the European Union—has grown ever more crowded since the outbreak of war in Syria in 2011. Syrian routes have also been merging along easternmost points below the Mediterranean Sea of an East African migratory route that has long been used by people fleeing conflict in Somalia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and South Sudan.

Of the more than 442,000 refugees and migrants so far this year who have made it to Europe by sea, 51 percent are from Syria, according to the UN. The number of dead and missing this year alone has passed 2,900, including children like three-year-old Aylan Kurdi, who drowned alongside his brother and mother on the perilous boat journey.

Nearly 90 percent of those who attempt to reach Europe by sea come from ten countries, in descending order by percentage: Syria, Afghanistan, Eritrea, Nigeria, Pakistan, Iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Gambia, and Bangladesh.

Central American Route

Poverty and violence in Mexico and Central America has uprooted millions. Many have taken the treacherous journey north along smuggling routes, increasingly controlled by drug cartels, towards the U.S. border. The human flow includes more than 68,000 unaccompanied minors attempting to cross the border between 2013 and 2014, according the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Long-simmering conflict in Colombia has resulted in more than six million internally-displaced people there while an increasingly violent drug trade in Honduras and El Salvador has fueled more destabilization in the region.

Southeast Asian Route

Political upheaval—including Muslim Rohingya refugees who have fled political repression in Myanmar—restrictive migration policies, and a lack of legal frameworks for refugees have made Southeast Asia increasingly dangerous for migrants. Human trafficking, forced labor and other abuses are also rife in the region, according to the UN.

Earlier this year the International Organization for Migration estimated that some 6,000 people fleeing Myanmar and Bangladesh were stranded at sea on overcrowded fishing boats controlled by smugglers in the Andaman Sea and the Strait of Malacca off the coasts of Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia. The IOM also estimates that 94,000 migrants have set off by sea since 2014, including 31,000 this year.


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Mapped: The journey that refugees are taking to get into Europe

How many refugees are coming into Europe? What route do they take? The path that migrants are being forced to take is shifting as countries change their border policies - play the visualisation below to see the crisis develop

By Ashley Kirk3:07PM GMT 19 Feb 2016

The refugee crisis has engulfed Europe in recent months, with the arrival of hundreds of thousands of people leading to countries abandoning the European Union's free movement rules.

Huge numbers of people have been forced to take the potentially fatal journey through the Balkans over the last year, with thousands of daily arrivals in each country along the route.

Despite countries having erected fences and implemented border restrictions, Europe's policies have done little to tackle the issue.

The flow of migrants has just changed, according to daily arrivals figures supplied by the UN Refugee Agency.

In the summer of 2015 Europe experienced the highest influx of refugees since the second world war. There were a total of 942,400 EU asylum claims in 2015 - although the number of arrivals exceeds this as it also includes those who have not yet applied for asylum in a country.

The movement of people has been mainly driven by conflict in the Middle East and Africa. Syria is now Europe's top source of refugees, with over four million people having left the country. The vast majority of these have fled to neighbouring countries.

The European Commission is now considering the option of altering the Shengen zone to exclude Greece - the source of many migrants travelling over the Mediterranean. Germany and Sweden are often the destinations for refugees, with both countries having relatively welcoming - although slowly cooling - reactions to the arrivals.

It was reported that Germany took in one million refugees in 2015, as Angela Merkel refused calls from home and other European leaders to place a cap on the number the country would accept. The Germany chancellor said of the crisis in September: "Germany is doing what is morally and legally obliged. Not more, and not less." The official total of asylum seeker applications in Germany in 2015 was 477,000, according to figures from Eurostat.

Top EU countries: Number of asylum seekers in 2015

Germany Hungary Sweden Italy Austria

January 26,885 11,925 4,895 4,785 4,030

February 54590 28620 8945 9925 7285

March 88470 33545 13065 15430 10210

April 117205 40235 16985 20020 14250

May 144815 50205 22360 25200 20645

June 181860 66785 28985 30535 28325

July 221690 98070 37055 39145 37115

August 261180 145165 48800 47970 45910

September 308365 175960 73065 59165 56690

October 368725 176575 112125 69605 68965

November 428340 176900 148720 77970

December 476615 177130 162560

Meanwhile, Sweden was forced to impose border controls in November after the arrival of 200,000 migrants. By the end of 2015, many European countries had restricted border crossings within the Shengen zone - an unprecendented move limiting movement within the area. Hungary drew a lot of criticism when it almost completely closed its borders to refugees. The country has had no more than 50 new daily arrivals since 18 October, capping the number of people seeking asylum in Hungary. As Hungary closed its borders, the number of those entering Croatia spiked as people found other ways to complete their journeys. On 24th October, there were 11,570 arrivals in Croatia - and just 35 in Hungary.

Daily arrivals of migrants into Hungary


24/8/2015 2,093

25/8/2015 2,533

26/8/2015 3,241

27/8/2015 2,410

28/8/2015 2,822

29/8/2015 3,080

30/8/2015 2,890

31/8/2015 1,797

1/9/2015 2,284

2/9/2015 2,061

3/9/2015 3,313

4/9/2015 2,181

5/9/2015 1,002

6/9/2015 2,203

7/9/2015 2,706

8/9/2015 2,770

9/9/2015 3,321

10/9/2015 3,601

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12/9/2015 4,330

13/9/2015 5,809

14/9/2015 9,380

15/9/2015 366

16/9/2015 277

17/9/2015 764

18/9/2015 7,852

19/9/2015 4,914

20/9/2015 6,941

21/9/2015 5,530

22/9/2015 5,125

23/9/2015 10,046

24/9/2015 8,104

25/9/2015 8,159

26/9/2015 9,472

27/9/2015 6,627

28/9/2015 5,335

29/9/2015 6,644

30/9/2015 4,256

1/10/2015 3,667

2/10/2015 4,897

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4/10/2015 5,925

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6/10/2015 6,000

7/10/2015 6,103

8/10/2015 4,583

9/10/2015 7,215

10/10/2015 7,907

11/10/2015 7,897

12/10/2015 8,702

13/10/2015 7,081

14/10/2015 5,157

15/10/2015 4,808

16/10/2015 6,353

17/10/2015 870

18/10/2015 41

19/10/2015 22

20/10/2015 36

21/10/2015 39

22/10/2015 32

23/10/2015 29

24/10/2015 35

25/10/2015 34

26/10/2015 12

27/10/2015 7

28/10/2015 4

29/10/2015 23

30/10/2015 18

31/10/2015 10

1/11/2015 14

2/11/2015 31

3/11/2015 8

4/11/2015 10

5/11/2015 18

6/11/2015 4

7/11/2015 8

8/11/2015 9

9/11/2015 25

10/11/2015 14

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12/11/2015 23

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20/11/2015 9

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28/11/2015 6

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30/11/2015 7

01/12/2015 4

02/12/2015 4

03/12/2015 9

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05/12/2015 31

06/12/2015 7

07/12/2015 0

08/12/2015 13

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10/12/2015 3

11/12/2015 0

12/12/2015 13

13/12/2015 10

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17/12/2015 0

18/12/2015 11

19/12/2015 31

20/12/2015 8

21/12/2015 25

22/12/2015 1

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24/12/2015 8

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26/12/2015 17

27/12/2015 10

28/12/2015 0

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In response, other countries - including Austria and Slovenia - restricted the flow of people into their territory.

In the domino effect of tightened borders across Europe, other countries to have announced some form of border tightening in 2015 include the Netherlands, Denmark, Croatia and Slovakia. In the wake of the terror attacks in Paris, France imposed border checks for its neighbouring countries. With the seemingly continuous stepping up of border controls across Europe, Germany has warned that the Schengen Area is in clear "danger" as more refugees arrive on Europe's shores.


It's not that all cultures are of the same quality. Some cultures are better than others. They have more value. Other cultures are pretty miserable, and some cultures are outright shitty, and should be eradicated. European culture, for example, is deplorable. The Arab and Chinese cultures are much better.


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