Thursday, 10 January 2013

Dawn Raid Music - Now that's Entertainment!

We already know the answer to the following question. When is it OK to celebrate gratuitous sexual violence, mutilation and torture? When the victim is male, of course, and the topic of Lorena Bobbitt's sexual mutilation of her sleeping husband has been dealt with previously by Peter Lloyd and John the Other.

What I want to do here, however, is to expose the repugnant prejudice masquerading as morality in the form of Dawn Raid Entertainment, the music label behind Aaradhna's new song "Lorena Bobbitt".

Here's a screen-grab and a link to the official video on YouTube:

Aaradhna - Lorena Bobbitt (Official Music Video)

In this, Aaradhna is the archetypical "woman scorned" taking out what is presented as a justifiable revenge for some perceived infidelity. The horrific suffering that would ensue in reality, and indeed did for Lorena Bobbitt's husband, is skipped over and the video ends with the heroic Aaradhna being driven away in the back of police car.


The reality is that this is nothing other a portrayal of a sadistic and psychotic woman inflicting sexually motivated domestic violence on a helpless man. And society's moral acceptance of this must be brought to book.

In history, past persecutions of identifiably separate groups were always seen as morally acceptable during the time it was happening. This is what allowed such things to happen. In Nazi Germany, the eradication of the Jewish Problem was seen by many as righteous, and in earlier times, slave plantation owners attended church and preached God.

Today, men are seen as the problem. They are portrayed in the media as lacking in unique personality, and their only human worth is that which can be achieved in relation to a woman. It is, therefore, possible to depict their suffering as, not only acceptable, but as morally just. We are on the edge of an abyss with this. At the time of writing, the top comment on the official Aaradhna "Lorena Bobbitt" music video was that by female poster calling herself "856MiiSsiinqYhUuJaZz", and reads:

"To all them unfaithful men out there! This is what yous are gonna get hah! Loveeee this, Aaradhna your amazing!!"

I would, therefore, like to take this opportunity to personally remind Aaradhnaben Jayantilal Patel (aka " Aaradhna"), Dawn Raid Entertainment and, indeed, the whole fucking world, that men and boys are unique human beings, with feelings, capable of both suffering and independent thought. They are not the property of women such as Lorena Bobbitt or entitled princesses such as Miss 856-whatever. They are, in fact, free to associate and have sexual relationships with whomever they so choose, and should be able to do so without fear of grotesque sexually motivated violence. Any woman who feels that she is entitled to enact this kind of sadism and violence, simply because she feels unhappy with her relationship, is nothing but a depraved monster, and should be seen as such.

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