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Shocking! look at what these apes did to that poor woman. They raped her while she was pleading with her attackers to consider the sanctity of the place. The irony! the masses in India believe Ganga to be pure/pavitar. One of the worst sinful acts committed in a place where people come to wash cleanse their sins, men have gone mad in that country, they behave worse than stray dogs. Women are not safe anywhere in that place! not safe in their homes, not safe in the villages or cities, not safe in religious places, where are women supposed to go then?   what the hell is wrong with that country?   why are the men like that? They are pigs not men

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6238733/Two-men-turns-rape-film-woman-Indias-sacred-River-Ganges.html

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Yeh Indian guys can be extremely f*cked up. Here in the Middle East, they're not allowed to do anything but they sure as f think about it and they harass women constantly. They are super weird and literally obsessive over women and appear to be extremely insecure also. 

 

Not it all of them, but the majority seem to be psychologically mental. Mental illness seems to go unnoticed in India, and I've concluded that a huge number of its residents suffer from them. 

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18 hours ago, puzzled said:

They raped her while she was pleading with her attackers to consider the sanctity of the place.

I don't think that line of reasoning would work with Muslim rapists there

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17 hours ago, Guest Weirdos said:

Yeh Indian guys can be extremely f*cked up. Here in the Middle East, they're not allowed to do anything but they sure as f think about it and they harass women constantly. They are super weird and literally obsessive over women and appear to be extremely insecure also. 

 

Not it all of them, but the majority seem to be psychologically mental. Mental illness seems to go unnoticed in India, and I've concluded that a huge number of its residents suffer from them. 

Your right mental illness does go unnoticed, they have no idea what it is. In India you see a lot of disturbed and depressed people. The country is full of unhappy people who want to escape.  If you have a family member who is addicted to alcohol, you can actually pay the police who will tie him up and beat him with canes till his limbs are broken, basically not cure the poor guy but drill fear into him. It happens a lot in rural Punjab, they think beating men with addictions cures their addiction. 

I actually feel mentally challenged when im in India. I really can see why the people are so depressed and unbalanced in that place ...

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5 hours ago, Guest Muslim rapists said:

I don't think that line of reasoning would work with Muslim rapists there

Hahaha the usual suspects out in full force to protect their own and as usual blame someone else. Without a doubt it was vegetarian cow worshippers that committed this rape and most of the other rapes happening in that rape republic.

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3 hours ago, Guest puzzledtoo said:

Guest puzzledtoo's Dad^ (arrested for a previous rape in the summer)

Rapists deserve to be hanged.

But as Manu Smriti & Quran encourage rape no wonder its normal in India+Pak

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16 hours ago, Guest puzzledtoo said:

Hahaha the usual suspects out in full force to protect their own and as usual blame someone else. Without a doubt it was vegetarian cow worshippers that committed this rape and most of the other rapes happening in that rape republic.

What kind of language is that? Vegetarian Cow worshippers? That's the sort of language that Muslims use when talking about other religions, our gurus taught us better than that.

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