Violence to Women worse than Soldiers. Orange The World, HearMeToo

Authoritarianism is worse than ever.


  • the number of women in the world is now less than men;
  • genocide by rape and murder of women is the latest weapon of war;
  • sexual violence crime upswings in developed nations; and
  • a scourge of child incest sweeps developing nations.

Therefore we must: Orange the World, or end violence toward females.

That means that each and every one of us, in solidarity, #HearMeToo, needs to stop electing men whose only goal is absolute control, illegitimate power and the extraction of  people’s wealth and values for his gain. Stop doing this.

by Melissa Hemingway  Feminine Perspective Magazine, Senior Staff Writer

More Violence for a Woman than a Soldier #HearMeToo #OrangeTheWorldOrange The World Campaign: 25 Nov. – 10 Dec.

In this campaign introduction we talk about

  1. Women’s Rights
  2. The Types of Violence
  3. Proof the violence happens
  4. The Perpetrators of Violence

Most institutions, governments and international organizations, including the United Nations need to pull up their collective socks and end sexual harassment in the workplace. It’s a form of verbal violence.

For every child patient or adult female patient we meet who has suffered incest or rape, there must be an enormous unknown number who are silent. In some places we have treated infections in slashed wrists and after patient care learn that the individual is a survivor who went silent. The best way to solve this problem is stop the violence and Orange The World.

Women & children suffer most in the patriarch’s wars. Watch our orange video below. We must warn you that we are showing you what we see and work we perform.

Did you know that your government does things things like this to women and children? Watch the orange video.

When we talk about violence toward females we are speaking of at least:

The  United Nations UNiTE campaign to end violence against women and girls is highlighting our support for survivors and advocates under the theme ‘Orange The World: #HearMeToo’.
UN Women and partners around the world mark the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (25 November – 10 December)

“With orange as the unifying colour of solidarity, the #HearMeToo hashtag is designed to send a clear message: violence against women and girls must end now, and we all have a role to play.” António Guterres’

“Three soldiers raped me. One kicked me and I fell unconscious
…When I got my senses back, I saw that my fetus had come out
dead … I have seen my baby die, and I find myself numb.” 

“during the rape of roughly 100 women, her daughter was raped,
then mutilated and killed, while her niece’s body was cut in half
after rape.”


“Twenty soldiers selected five women, gang-raped each one, then
killed the women by shooting some, & hanging others from


Source: USA State Department Report:
“Documentation of Atrocities in Northern Rakhine”

Yes. Here is the list.

Authoritarians or Dictators Who Create Violence Against Females

From: The Freak Show: Part I – The List

  1. President of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai
  2. President of Angola, João Lourenço
  3. President of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev
  4. King of Bahrain, Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa
  5. President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko
  6. Sultan of Brunei, His Majesty Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah
  7. President of Burundi, Pierre Nkurunziza
  8. President of Cameroon, Paul Biya
  9. President of Comoros Azali Assoumani
  10. President of the Central African Republic, Faustin Archange Touadera Central African Republic
  11. President of Chad, Idriss Deby
  12. President of China, Xi Jinping, (elected on Nov 15, 2012)
  13. President of the Republic of Congo, Joseph Kabila
  14. Prime Minister of Cambodia, Hun Sen
  15. President of Congo, (Brazzaville) Denis Sassou Nguesso
  16. President Côte d’Ivoire, Alassane Ouattara
  17. President of Cuba, Raul Castro
  18. President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Mbasogo
  19. President of Eritrea, Isaias Afwerki
  20. Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Hailemariam Desalegn
  21. President of Gabon, Albert-Bernard Bongo
  22. President of Guinea-Bissau, José Mário Vaz
  23. President of Iran, Hassan Rouhani
  24. President of Iraq, (since Jul 24, 2014) Muhammad Fuad Masum
  25. King of Jordan, Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein
  26. President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbaev
  27. President of Laos, Bounnhang Vorachith
  28. President of Libya, (since Aug 4, 2014) Nouri Abusahmain
  29. President of Mauritania, Mohamed AZIZ
  30. President of Myanmar (Burma) Win Myint
  31. President of Niger Mahamadou Issoufou
  32. ‘Leader’ of North Korea (DPRK), Kim Jong-un
  33. Sultan of Oman, Qaboos bin Said Al-Said
  34. President of South Sudan, Salva Kiir Mayardit
  35. President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte
  36. Emir of Qatar, Tamim Al Thani
  37. President of Russia, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, (Re-elected on Mar 4, 2012. Took office on May 7, 2012)
  38. President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame
  39. King of Saudi Arabia, Abdullah Aziz Al Saud
  40. President of Somalia, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed
  41. Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong
  42. President of The Sudan, (since Jun 30, 1989) Omar Al-Bashir
  43. King of Swaziland, Mswati III
  44. Bashar al-Assad, President of Syria (re-elected on Jun 6, 2014)
  45. President of Tajikistan, Emomalii Rahmon
  46. Prime Minister of Thailand, (since military coup May 22, 2014) Prayut Chan-o-cha
  47. Chairman of Tibet, Losang Jamcan
  48. Prime Minister of Turkey, Recep Erdogan
  49. President of Turkmenistan, (Re-elected on Feb 12, 2012) Gurbanguly Berdimuhammedow
  50. President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Khalifa Nahyan
  51. President of Uzbekistan, Shavkat Mirziyoyev
  52. President of the United States, Donald John Trump
  53. President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro
  54. President of Vietnam, Tran Dai Quang
  55. President of Western Sahara, Brahim Ghali
  56. President of Yemen, (Elected on Feb 21, 2012 but usurped in 2015) Abd Al-Hadi
  57. President of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa

*You are welcome to comment, criticize or update. This list will change by early Fall if not before.

Women’s Rights are Human Rights

Article# | Rights

1 Right to Equality
2 Freedom from Discrimination
3 Right to Life, Liberty, Personal Security
4 Freedom from Slavery
5 Freedom from Torture and Degrading Treatment
6 Right to Recognition as a Person before the Law
7 Right to Equality before the Law
8 Right to Remedy by Competent Tribunal
9 Freedom from Arbitrary Arrest and Exile
10 Right to Fair Public Hearing
11 Right to be Considered Innocent until Proven Guilty
12 Freedom from Interference with Privacy, Family, Home and Correspondence
13 Right to Free Movement in and out of the Country
14 Right to Asylum in other Countries from Persecution
15 Right to a Nationality and the Freedom to Change It
16 Right to Marriage and Family
17 Right to Own Property
18 Freedom of Belief and Religion
19 Freedom of Opinion and Information
20 Right of Peaceful Assembly and Association
21 Right to Participate in Government and in Free Elections
22 Right to Social Security
23 Right to Desirable Work and to Join Trade Unions
24 Right to Rest and Leisure
25 Right to Adequate Living Standard
26 Right to Education
27 Right to Participate in the Cultural Life of Community
28 Right to a Social Order that Articulates this Document
29 Community Duties Essential to Free and Full Development
30 Freedom from State or Personal Interference in the above Rights