1. dibakar chakraborty says

    One thing I really fail to understand, after such vigorous infusion of democracy and freedom in Afghanistan by western powers, led by the United States for one and half decades, why the country is in such pitiable state. The insane amount of money used to flatten Afghanistan to dust could otherwise have transformed the country into a prosperous one had the all-knowing western punks not acted with such vengeful jealousy against the people of the country in the name of taming their own Frankenstein namely the Taliban.

    Yes the symbolism of the brave Afghan men is admirable. Its really a brave act on their part in the midst of such dreadful threat and mayhem in their country. Pity, they will have to stretch themselves to the extreme to emerge out of the grotesque veil covering the fate of their country. I wish them good luck and victory for their fight against the bad and the ugly.

  2. says

    I hope the emphasis will be on the plight of third world women. Feminists, world leaders, men, everyone must speak out loudly and repeatedly against the following:
    1) Female genital mutilation
    2) Punishing rape victims
    3) Honor killing
    4) Strapping bombs to children
    5) Sexually enslaving women
    6) Murdering homosexuals
    7) Child marriage

    • Jeanette says

      You are exactly right, and thank you for posting this. I agree. In the year 2016, it pains me to see this nonsensical misogyny still going on! Nothing will change until MEN STOP RAPING AND MURDERING AND OPPRESSING US WOMEN!! Stop it!

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