Thursday, August 6, 2015

India TO Un-ban Pornography After mass Outcry

no need small things,

India is partially lifting their ban on online pornography after public outrage over this past weekend's clampdown on 857 websites, according to Indian news outlets on Tuesday

Follow the jump to see their arguments and the full story:

The government will however continue to block sites that promote child pornography.

According to the IT Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad, who spoke to India Today TV, he said: "A new notification will be issued shortly. The ban will be partially withdrawn. Sites that do not promote child porn will be unbanned,"

India had ordered Internet service providers to block the 857 websites starting Friday, deeming their content "immoral and indecent." The move came after the nation's supreme court ruled last month that banning pornographic websites is not its job, but the elected government.

The ban drew sharp criticism across the nation, including from Bollywood celebrities. Experts warned the move could merely result in a boom for the adult porn industry.

 Mahesh Bhatt, a Bollywood filmmaker, told the Washington Post saying: "Banning porn is an age-old trick that many countries have tried. It will always find many supporters."

Also, many accused the government of moral policing and infringing on personal freedoms, according India Today.

"Don't ban porn. Ban men ogling, leering, brushing past, groping, molesting, abusing, humiliating and raping women. Ban non-consent. Not sex," author Chetan Bhagat said on Twitter. "Porn ban is anti-freedom, impractical, not enforceable. Politically not very smart too. avoidable. Let's not manage people's private lives," he added.

India has the second-largest population of Internet users in the world after China, the Post reported. India is expected to have more than 500 million Internet users by 2017, compared with about 350 million now, according to a report by the Internet and Mobile Association of India, the Post reported.

HEARTLESS!! Nigerian Man Murders Mother In The US

This is really sad,

Dr Hauwa Esther Kadima, 61, was found dead on July 28 after officers received a call from her son Daniel Basor Kadima, 31, alerting them of a person believed to be dead at her apartment

 Daniel called 911 about 9 a.m. July 28 and told dispatchers he was calling to report a death, according to the warrant, which was released Monday. When asked when he had last seen the deceased, he responded “yesterday,” police said. Kadima identified himself but did not say the 
victim’s name or the nature of their relationship.

According to the warrant, when he was asked what had happened, Kadima responded, “My duty is just to call in and let you know.”

Officers say they arrived and found Hauwa Kadima lying on the floor next to a broken wooden chair. Initial autopsy findings showed she had fractures to her skull, with laceration of the brain because of blunt impact to the head. Daniel had beaten her to death with the chair.

Kadima is being held in the Gregg County Jail. His total bond is set at $100,005,500.

In a sworn affidavit filed in the Gregg County District Clerk's Office, Daniel's ex-wife recounted past assaults and abuse from him, including four years ago when he allegedly head-butted her, breaking one of her teeth and busting her lip. She said he also would take her keys and lock her outside their apartment, but also restrain her when she wanted to leave their home. He also had video cameras installed in their marital home, video recording their daughter.

"He eventually had a mental breakdown and was arrested multiple times," the ex-wfe said in the affidavit. "He was committed to a mental health facility.


See What Bishop T. D. Jakes Had To Say About Christian Gays, Bisexuals And Lesbians

Though I don't agree with him i still have to respect his opinion. the

Bishop T.D. Jakes thinks it is "absolutely" possible for the Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transgender communities to coexist in harmony with the church. 

Jakes, who joined HuffPost Live on Monday, opened up to host Marc Lamont-Hill about his thoughts on the relationship between these communities.

See what he said after the cut:

"I think that it's going to diverse from church to church every church has a different opinion on the issue and every gay person is different," Jakes said. 

While Jakes believes churches are allowed to practice and preach values shared by their respective leaders, he also advocates that LGBT people attend a church that aligns with their own beliefs and values. And although he admits that his individual stance on homosexuality is both "evolved and evolving," he says all LGBT people should be treated with tolerance and respect.

"LGBT's of different types and sorts have to find a place of worship that reflects what your views are and what you believe like anyone else," he said. "And the church should have it's own convictions and values."

Jakes also reaffirmed that members of the LGBT community, like all american citizens, deserve equal protection under the law.

"Once you begin to understand that democracy, that a republic actually, is designed to be an overarching system to protect our unique nuances then we no longer look to public policy to reflect biblical ethics," Jakes said.

do you agree with him?

NEHEMIAH APOSTOLIC RESOURCE CENTER ORGANIZES A SPECIAL EDITION OF THE SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS

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