If you have ever thought that Myntra logo was cute and was eventually shocked to hear that someone has actually found that logo offensive for women, and the Mumbai Cyber Police acted on her complaint to get the logo changed, there is something more concerning you need to know about the practice of cyber laws in India.
A Logo And Cyber Crime
If you are thinking that the Mumbai cyber police are so jobless nowadays that they can take action against such frivolous matters, you must not be shocked. Also, if you have ever thought that like many other Tweeples (people who tweeted after the Myntra episode) a logo will be changed because that may look offensive to some men (well, men have better things to do in life and they are not so pervert like the woman who complained against the Myntra logo) who may now be trying to get unnecessarily offended by some logos (like Amazon, Gmail, Lupin etc), you will be wrong again. Even if a man tries to raise these matters with police, they will not only be stopped by the Cyber Police but also shamed directly for being sexists (women are not shamed like that) and for wasting police time.
In the Myntra episode, while no one has ever noticed the ‘obscenity’ in the logo before the feminist pointed it out, now no one is able to unsee a pervert Myntra logo. Yes, the feminists’ pervert mind is so much poisonous that it has poisoned everyone’s mind and now everyone is only seeing an obscene pose by a woman in the previous Myntra logo.
Well, thanks to the feminist NGO, all of us now see the vulgarity in the previous Myntra logo that was otherwise an alphabet to all of us. As our perception very often colour our outlook, probably it is time to learn –
Immediately after Myntra logo controversy, you would have observed Twitter abuzz with a lot of other logos where feminists should get offended, even men shared their views about different offensive logos, that needed to be changed. Even though men were sarcastic in their demand but the root problem in this whole controversy is beyond the issue you can think of. And that is what I am going to explain in this article.
Myntra caters to a large woman client base and that is why they didn’t enrage their women customers and decided to tweak their logo without any delay. But today’s discussion is not about Myntra logo or how dirty feminist minds are. You probably already know that the first criteria to be a feminist is that you need to be essentially vulgar, attention seeker and pervert person of any gender. This incident, however, exposed the reality of our cyber police and the cyber crimes against men.
Since the Myntra logo case was dealt by the Mumbai Cyber Police, you should not think that only Mumbai police is dirty minded or jobless. This is the reality of every cyber police in every Indian city as we MRAs know that very well. Our police forces are feminized so much that it is not a surprise that Mumbai police has actually acted on this complaint and persuaded Myntra to change their logo.
Root in a Policy
If you have checked the draft National Policy for Women introduced a few years ago by Maneka Gandhi, you would have already noticed that the policy specifically stated about feminization of police forces.
So much so, this policy also mentioned about feminization of India’s judiciary, media and everything else. My series on this policy explains these in detail.
If you have noticed, the cyber police officer in the Myntra case was a woman which is the case in most cyber police stations today. This is because a perception is created earlier by feminists that women are abused most online, in all cyber cells now you will find women officers ‘womanning’ the office. So, if you raise any complaint and that has a gender flavour attached to it, it is almost certainly be handled by a woman officer and she will decide your fate.
There you will find the issue of empowering women and giving them responsible positions like the IO in Cyber Police Stations, as they are more likely to be feminists and trained to uphold only feminist causes. No, I will not say they will uphold women’s cause, because if you are a woman and you talk in favour of men, you are unlikely to get any support from these cyber police stations. Very often you will be heckled, abused in the police station.
If you are a male, your voice will never be heard. These women officers are trained to be sexists and chauvinists as you might have already found in the case of Bangalore IPS officer D Roopa. For those who are unaware of D Roopa’s case, recently she had got one man banned from Twitter for showing her facts about Hindu religion (politely and not by abusing at all). She was making some ill-informed comments about Hinduism on Twitter and the man gave her objective evidence from Hindu Puranas to prove her wrong. She got angry and got him banned. How many cases of male police officers you have ever seen banning women for similar issues?
Yes, you got it right. That is the reality of female chauvinism in our police forces today.
Sexism Against Men’s Cause
We MRAs know the reality and MRAs from all over India are suffering because of this. While men or anyone who talks in favour of men or against feminists are shunned by this system and often harassed. It is same for women MRAs as well. Women MRAs raising complaint against other women with cyber police are not heard, often harassed and heckled for championing men’s causes.
Recently for one of my own case where on a social media post of mine some unknown men and women were abusing me. Feminists as you saw in the Myntra logo case, were quick to find some dirty and sexist connotation of the post and started abusing me. I have raised a complaint with the Cyber Police and the woman officer there started asking completely unnecessary and illogical questions to show my fault. I have shared an opinion about airliners which was just a light-hearted banter, but feminists were quick to get triggered.
The woman IO was so much insane in her comments and questions that I understood easily that since she didn’t have any solid point to grill me, she was just femsplaining. The problem is that if our genders were reversed, her behavior could be seen as outrageously sexist and chauvinist.
You will find this everywhere today. Unqualified women are given higher posts and unlike men, they become real chauvinists. IPS D Roopa’s case clearly showed female chauvinism to all. When men get higher posts, they become more responsible but when women are raised in ranks they become arrogant and our cyber cells are examples of that.
Cybercrime By Women – Not Registered
In my case, the woman officer said, “On social media anyone can abuse you and we won’t do anything. If you wanted you could have kept your post within friends, why did you keep that post public?” She could not prove anything wrong with the post but had to give some frivolous reason to reject the case. However, just imagine when a girl raises such a complaint with them, they not only registers that complaint but also takes action.
So, you know exactly how the cybercrime against women are removed from the system and how men are systematically denied justice from increasing cybercrime against them.
So, you should not be surprised to see that Mumbai police’s cyber division has actually acted on a frivolous feminist complaint and will never act on a similar complaint from a man. That is what has been the operating agenda of our cyber police stations. Anything that is posted against women become a sexist post and a crime while these officers do not realize they are being sexists themselves. There is no forum today that hears men’s complaints and the empowered women who we have given opportunity to rise in ranks became chauvinists and supporters of criminals.
The only option in such cyber abuses men have today is to file direct criminal case against the offenders and probably men and MRAs should also file criminal cases against such feminist cyber police officers as well. But without any address of the offenders it becomes difficult for anyone to file cases without police’s help. These women officers are making men’s access to justice impossible while crying wolf about patriarchy and how oppressed women are. There is no criminal record allowed to be created against women and thus all cybercrime statistics you may see, are flawed. It didn’t allow men to file their complaints and these cases are more in number than what women experience.
You can conduct a simple experiment on social media to understand. And I will give you a small example from a recent debate in a Facebook group of authors.
Educated Women Become Sexists
I posted the interview of a Vedic scholar Indira Meshram where she meticulously decoded feminist created myths and exposed everything with objective evidence. As feminists can’t take objective evidence and can’t counter anything with logical explanation, many female authors, journalists and the group admins got offended. A man unknown to me was giving patient replies to all their queries and exposing their lies. He was very cool and not offensive at all. I logged in to that group after almost one day to find out that there was a long debate between many women and one logical man. The man completely destroyed the women but those fancy writers and journalists were offended by him and he got banned from the group by the admin.
Read the Interview I posted – I Was A Victim of The System That I Am Now Trying To Expose
When I saw that, one group admin stopped comments on the post but posted another thread to let us know that the (logical) man was banned from the group. So, I posted screenshot of different women who were abusing him and demanded a ban of those women as well. They were not banned but instead I was asked to leave the group if I couldn’t take their opinion as feedback.
Just imagine, men are relentlessly offended and abused in any online platform and they are not even heard. They are instantly banned from the groups when feminists can no longer cope with their logic. The comments that women see as offensive to themselves, are not considered offensive when used against some men by the same women.
So, the moot point of this discussion is, no matter what, when you educate women, empower them, promote them – they turn into real chauvinists and criminals. They support criminals. But there is more to this story as well.
How Women Authors Tried to Hush Up Their Crime
I posted the screenshots of many female authors who were offensive not only to the man but to Indira Meshram herself, whose interview I posted in the group. The sexism was so much with these so called authors, that they thought they were beyond everyone else and if someone didn’t agree with them, they could abuse them (yes, including women like Indira). It was demanded by these female authors that I removed the names of the women whose vulgar comments I posted to get them banned from the group (but they were not banned). Obviously, I didn’t remove any name, but the incident will tell you how women have not only become criminals today, but they try all tricks to hide their cybercrime.
This is the reason you will find cyber crime committed by women are not even recorded and next time you support any woman on cyber crime related matters, think about the consequences.
Denial of Justice to Men by Women Officers
The denial of justice to men in cybercrime related matters and paying unnecessary attention in women related issues or converting every issue a women’s rights issue, allowing women officers to handle complaints raised by men or complaints related to men’s rights – are all creating a peril in the society. These chauvinist, underqualified women officers can’t even talk in a logical manner. In their way of promoting feminist chauvinism they are given all unnecessary power to do anything to male complainants and men have no way to be heard. We men are grilled, shamed and cornered in every possible way for raising complaints against women.
Whereas, in the Myntra case you observe just the opposite. A pervert feminist had a dirty observation about the Myntra logo and the police did everything to support her. This is how feminized our police forces really are and why you should be concerned about the new breed of online female offenders and their sympathizers in the legal system.