Honour Based Violence

By 26 April 2017KEY ARTICLES

Honour Based Violence (±x)

Published on 26th April 2017
Joseph-S-R-de-Saram

Joseph S R de Saram (JSRDS)

Information Security Architect / Intelligence Analyst / Computer Scientist / Human Rights Activist / COMSEC / SIGINT / TSCM
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“There was an unexpected distraction for Professor Robert Kelly when he was being interviewed live on BBC News about South Korea. But he managed to keep his composure and complete the interview successfully.”

When I originally saw this video last month I thought the behaviour of Prof Kelly’s nanny was a little ridiculous and uneducated in the way that she grabbed his two young children.

When I subsequently found out that the woman was his wife, I was initially shocked at the way she manhandled her own children in order to ‘keep up appearances’ but then remembered that ‘Asians living in Asia have a justification for doing the wrong thing’ and ‘have an inability to tell right from wrong’.

Asians in the UK are among the best attorneys and Asians in New York are among the best private bankers. And we all know how clever Asians are in Silicon Valley 🙂

It is the physical location that is responsible for this issues, and the GroupThink environment of course.

Watching the video at 22s, the right arm of the child is violently jerked and I am surprised that there was not an anterior dislocation or even subluxation at her shoulder joint. A torsion fracture is another common injury for children, and I sustained a few whilst playing rugby in the U11s at Barlborough Hall School.

At 31s she is being dragged along the ground by the same arm. Is this normal behaviour? I am from the UK and I find it quite sickening actually.

Western v Asian Culture

The difference between the two are highlighted in two parody videos:-

the first 30 seconds of:-

The UK woman correctly identifies that her child is connected on a cellular-genetic level and that there is a loving bond between the pair of them. She does not allow a third party or event (such as a tv interview) to get in the way of that bond.

The Indian man (any South Asian culture will do) irrationally feels that the action of his son has brought a ‘great’ shame on him (first error of judgement) and then proceeds to beat up the child publicly in order to lift his ‘perceived’ estimation in the eyes of the interviewer (second error of judgement).

Honour Based Violence

A report from 08 December 2015 found that the majority of UK Police were ‘not properly prepared’:-

However I see that my old local police force Derbyshire Constabulary ‘passed all stages of the review’ and were only one of three to do so.

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http://www.derbyshire.police.uk/Safety-advice/Personal-Safety/Forced-Marriages-and-Honour-Abuse.asp

Of course it is a shame that Edward de Saram (“EDS”) was ignorant of the report and his fraud of 17 December 2015 really fooled no-one apart from him, his audience and HMRC/NCA.

Asian Culture

‘Forced Marriage’ is the typical crime that comes to mind and the public perception tends to be about a woman who has done the ‘wrong thing’. Even children ‘disobeying’ their parents is the most heinous of crimes and I learned this the hard way when EDS discovered a love-letter from Ruth Burke in May 1986 or being told that I was not at a ‘marriageable age’ when ‘going out’ with Lisa Herbert. In these situations the fact that I had a girlfriend (or 10) was a massive problem.

A lot of the issues arise from ineptitude and complete lack of exposure of South Asians to the real world. I have realised that this issue is prevalent in countries that have formerly been British Colonies. It would seem that in Days of Empire, the ones in charge and who had the money were the ones who were best dressed.

Local Asians who were ordered around therefore identified those superior to them by their appearance and for many of the illiterate ones this was the only way.

And when the Asians returned to their children, they would chastise them in a humiliating way (given the fact that the parents most probably would have felt humiliated by having foreigners tell them what to do). However this does not imply that the foreigners treated them poorly – it is the irrational perception of the Asians and their own self-victimisation by which they get ‘brownie’ points (literally).

Actually this feature of Asians being subservient is known as MacArthur Syndrome:-

An example of this is when Sri Lanka played Australia at cricket, say around 20yrs ago. Despite Sri Lanka being the better team, the players would let their ‘irrational fear of the perceived strength of the opposition’ prevent them playing to the best of their abilities. Sri Lanka would then lose and the result would give credence to their original flawed opinion.

Asian Parents

These self-destructive self-fulfilling prophecies are often found in cultures where parents feel they ‘own’ their children.

Asian parents believes that they own their children and that's why they are so controlling? • r/AsianParentStories

As such the way for such Asians to survive in an ‘irrationally illogical’ culture was to focus on being ‘superficial two-faced polished turds’. The other cultural issue is that Asians have poor self-discipline – even my Singapore lawyers were classless liars and it is all about ‘what can they get away with’ rather than ‘full compliance with the law’ or even professional ethics.

Crown Prosecution Service – Honour based violence

  1. There is no specific offence of “honour based crime”. It is an umbrella term to encompass various offences covered by existing legislation. Honour based violence (HBV) can be described as a collection of practices, which are used to control behaviour within families or other social groups to protect perceived cultural and religious beliefs and/or honour. Such violence can occur when perpetrators perceive that a relative has shamed the family and/or community by breaking their honour code.
  2. It is a violation of human rights and may be a form of domestic and/or sexual violence. There is no, and cannot be, honour or justification for abusing the human rights of others.
  3. The CPS, ACPO and support groups have a common definition of HBV:
“‘Honour based violence’ is a crime or incident which has or may have been committed to protect or defend the honour of the family and/or community.”

Human Rights

I have always been a Human Rights Activist though that was in relation to mass electronic surveillance:-

Article 12.

“No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.”

Article 19.

“Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.”

After what happened on 17 December 2015:-

Asking these fools why I need to open the door yielded an answer ‘Money Disruption’ – what does that mean? Or is that the new term for ‘Money Laundering’ – given the involvement of HMRC I think it is MLAT-related 🙂

I realised that other Fundamental Human Rights should never be taken for granted.

The enhanced audio is at http://www.jsrds.rehab and it really does confirm the fraud.

HMRC is Inextricably Involved

Ray Callingham failed in his mission to get the HMRC forms signed which would have opened up my income and asset structures – so after Fake Probable Cause and Staged Crime Scenes were effected by EDS from December 2015 onwards I needed to be removed from the house to enable their fraud to progress with no oversight. It is SO obvious really.

Clearly parties had been informed that I was under some criminal investigation (for not going to church or not eating enough vegetables, or some other crap propagated by the Melbourne Fraudsters no doubt) and EDS equated an ‘investigation’ to a ‘conviction’ and was goaded on by, and acting in the capacity of an agent of HMRC/NCA.

So actually did HMRC beat me up ? It is entirely foreseeable that investigators turning up to Sri Lanka stirring up people with the promise of references from the Queen and a new life if they helped them ‘catch’ me would have directly led to fools here taking the law into their own hands and inflicting violence against me.

Crown Prosecution Service – Extra Territorial Jurisdiction

  1. Subss (7) and (8) make provision to take extra-territorial jurisdiction over both the coercion and deception elements of the new offence. Any of the prohibited acts in subss (1) and (2) carried out outside the UK by a UK national or person habitually resident in England or Wales, or to a UK national or person habitually resident in England or Wales, will be an offence under domestic law and triable in the courts of England and Wales. The effect of subs (5)(b) is that it will also be an offence under domestic law if the prohibited acts in subs (1) or (2) are conducted by or against a person habitually resident in England and Wales, but take place in Scotland or Northern Ireland.

Private Prosecution Time for EDS

Other examples of HBV

Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy (“MSbP”)

As an additional issue which is prevalent among Asian Parents is MSbP.

to be continued…

Joseph-S-R-de-Saram

Joseph S R de Saram (JSRDS)

Information Security Architect / Intelligence Analyst / Computer Scientist / Human Rights Activist / COMSEC / SIGINT / TSCM
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The majority of police forces’ failure to tackle “honour”-based violence is punishing victims