Thursday, May 19, 2011

Protecting Sacred Feminine from Masculine Violence and Sexual Abuse- A must social priority!

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I am writing to comment on this tragic event where the people who managed the Global Economic Collapse are so scandalous and reckless, that they have to commit a personal violence on the sacred feminine to go to jail where they belong.

It is not acceptable to blame any one be it the sacred feminine or the violent men before the court had a chance to review their activities.  However, the level of global male violence and their respective patrons who are sinking the global economy for their violent and gruesome activities should not be allowed to make a joke out of this tragic event, where our best and brightest are nothing but sexual bullies ready to sink everything for their assumed carnal pleasures.

It is time to reflect about the tragedies of the sacred feminine at the hands of clever and evil men who manipulate the judicial and economic system and are never made accountable, now is the time to make all this charlatans in international fora and wall street accountable.

Women of IMF/World Bank, damsels of Sofitel, come out and testify your tragedies, you have nothing to loose but your honor and the future of all our brilliant daughters who will memorialize you as Joan of Ark or Andromeda or Cassiopeia of the larger Universe.

I look forward to creative and alternative ideas of the Renaissance of Sacred Feminine to their rightful place of leadership and keeping the men as body guards at best or escorts at worse.

Yours sincerely

Belai Habte-Jesus, MD, MPH

LATEST UPDATE: 19/05/2011 

Strauss-Kahn’s sex crime allegations: What’s so funny?
Strauss-Kahn’s sex crime allegations: What’s so funny?
Women’s rights campaigners in France are protesting against what they describe as “a torrent of sexist jokes” concerning the accusation that Dominique Strauss-Kahn trapped, sexually assaulted, and tried to rape a hotel maid in New York last weekend.
When the news broke that IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was accused of attempting to rape a chamber maid, the sorry tale didn’t get through the French press without a touch of humour.
The most blatant laugh came from the free daily, Metro, which splashed “La débandade” across its front page. Literally meaning “stampede” or “disarray”, it is also a play on the word “bander”, which means “to be sexually aroused”.
But compared with what was about to be unfurled online, that was nothing.  
On Twitter, tweets about DSK’s “doomed erection” were endless: “DSK preferred erection to election”, “It’s all gone wrong for DSK’s erection”, “An erection too far”… Even lawyer and influential blogger Maître Eolas tweeted: "DSK still favourite for the presidential erection". 
Then came the tongue-in-cheek comparisons to Arnold Schwarzenegger (who admitted to fathering a child with one of his employees Tuesday), a minute of silence for the “death of DSK’s political career”… and eventually, giggles over the fact that the alleged victim may live in housing reserved for HIV-carriers. “Strauss-Kahn is really unlucky – he might have AIDS!” screeched one.
A young people’s forum listed a number of videos
 parodying the scandal, four out of five of which were voted “LOL” (laugh-out-loud) by readers. 
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pretend game
, entitled “Maid Catcher”, showed a naked Strauss-Kahn edging his way closer to a cartoon character dressed as a French maid in high heels, and an old woman with a duster.
round-up of cheap jokes
 was also being passed around, among them: “Strauss-Kahn mixed up foreplay (préliminaires) with primaries (primaires). We all make mistakes!”
Meanwhile, a popular pun mocking the incident was coined. “J’la force tranquille”, or “I force her effortlessly”, is a play on former president François Mitterand’s 1981 election slogan, La force tranquille (quiet strength). The pun resulted in a Photoshopped version of the original poster
 and its own Facebook page
, which quickly attracted more than 18,000 followers, and an endless stream of jokes about the chamber maid herself attesting to DSK’s “seduction” methods.
A laughing matter?
French feminists were outraged by the jokes. “We are not talking about a libido problem,” Thalia Breton of the “Osez le féminisme” movement told FRANCE 24. “Whether Strauss-Kahn is guilty or not, we are talking about a serious crime. You cannot joke about that.”
With the number of sexual violence victims in France who actually press charges against their aggressors at a measly 10%, Breton argued that they could do without mockery. “The reaction to this affair will send a very dangerous message to victims of sexual violence,” Breton said. “They’re going to think that as soon as they speak out, their ordeal will be put under scrutiny and joked about.
“People need to be educated on this issue,” she continued. “They need to realise that sexual violence is not a laughing matter.”
French historian Georges Vigarello, author of “A History of Rape: Sexual Violence in France,” described in the book how the French have come to realise, after centuries of misunderstanding, that sexual violence is “the worst crime of all,” which causes “the shattering of identity,” and even “psychic death”.
But in terms of justice, the reality is far less impressive. It is estimated that only 2% of rapists are convicted and sentenced in France.
As Breton points out, “There is a long way to go when it comes to raising awareness on this issue. The jokes that have arisen from this story only show that violence against women is simply not taken seriously enough.”

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