October 5,2015

I think Darwin should have been a religious scholar, because then only he had failed all of the other scholars with his theory “Man was Monkey Before”

Well few days back I saw a bandar wala. The one who have a PET monkey with him doing “bandar ka tamasha”. The MAN who commanded it like ( salam karo, qalabazi kha k dekhao, fashion kar k dikhao, aisay chalo, aisay baitho, ghar mai ab rotiyan bana k dikho). We all have grown up laughing at that monkey and how he was excellently trained to do so funny things. BUT we never felt even a pinch of sadness for him, thinking that he’s a monkey not a human, what he is doing is not part of who he is, Maybe because “Man Was Monkey Before” so its acceptable that what he is doing is not remotely wrong.This was the first step of ignorance that we have learned when we were small. Point is we felt bad but we choose to ignore it by laughing it off.

Have you notice newly married couple? The husband will show how modest his wife is- dressed up in the best clothes flashing how much her husband do for her. It’s so overwhelming that young girls start dreaming that my knight in shining armor will sweep me off my feet and we have a happily ever after. In reality what she thought was glamour’s showoff is “the new in town -MONKEY show” that she is being commanded to serve what and to whom he like, she is being chained to his name that is the only reason of a roof above her head, she gets rewarded when people praise him of what an excellent MONKEY have he trained. Likewise when things don’t go accordingly to him, he’s angry. (Because that is his right).When he somehow is under pressure at work, he gashes out all his frustration at his wife (as it is her fault, puffing off as if she is a lousy piece sitting in his home and all his problems are because of her because he has to feed her). Do we dare to feel bad when he shouts at her? or maybe slap her or sometimes torture her or emotionally hurt her. Do we dare to stop him when he says “ meray ghar mai rehna hai tu meray hisab se chalna hoga,agar nhi kia tu zameen mai zinda gardonga” or “Agar buhat shauq hai meri bat na many ka tu jao gali mai nangi nacho”. Do we dare to raise voice when he says “ullo ki patti, mujhse zaban chalati ho? tumhari himmat kesi hue? Ajj bula kay tumhary khandan walon kay samne tumhara hisab kittab chukta hon”, “bulata hon tumhary bhai aur baap ko, samne bitha kay batata hon, agar nhi yeh seedhi hue tu lay jae isay yahan se”. Do we ever stop him from dragging her by hair to give the beat off she deserve? Well why do we do it? If we stop him she will become our responsibility, an extra burden for us?? NO NEED!!!

NO we don’t and we wont, because the compassion to feel what is her part, what all she love, what all she “is” is lost somewhere when she is born up in this male dominant society. It is the biggest competition of whose bloodlines are the purest to train the best MONKEY of all time, we are a machine producing female to act out “the best MONKEY show that has never been seen before”. The rest of us are being trained to ignore and laugh at monkey when they start dancing on his owner command. Think about it! Why do we even bother to want education for females in the first place when this is all she have has to do?

If this is how she was to be treated, why would it be stated in Quran “Aor apni aurton k mamlay mai ALLAH se Daro?”

©Mindmasked 2015


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  5. Saba Alam says:

    I had to reread this article again as I had read a long time ago and I must state very well-articulated. Weather it is the east or west this true and the sad part is that women also contribute this by teaching their son’s and their daughters that this alright. In the west it is hidden or as we call it in economical terms “the glass ceiling” but on another point we are all monkeys to our DNA and society, unable to realize that we are repeating history.
    No religion say to treat any living thing in this forum.
    We ourselves are going “bananas” through our AGFPLA.
    Thank you for an eye opening article.

    1. mindmasked says:

      Yes man, the second part to bandarwala exactly shows that how these bandarwala people inlfuence others to act just like him. They spoon feed them there ideas just so that they could never leave this trap just like them.

      Check it out at: mindmasked.org/influencers

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