Social Justice

‘Talking Rape in India’, is a New-Topical-Song, released by Mira Sound Germany on Audio Single and DVD, about the horrifying kidnap, gang-rape and murder of the 23 years young Indian woman Jyothi Singh Pandey in a Delhi bus that led to a nationwide shock and outrage. All over the world a change of attitude towards women is needed to secure respect, equality, freedom, education and justice for every woman and girl on earth. Only then can we truly build nations that are free of rape, corruption and violence. Women of all ages are the all-important economic, social, cultural and ethical work-power that sustains the life of every nation.
Michel Montecrossa in his New-Topical-Song ‘Talking Rape In India’ takes a passionate stand for the recognition of women's rights everywhere and for this liberating change of attitude towards women which every nation needs.

Michel Montecrossa says about ‘Talking Rape In India’:

“I wrote the song ‘Talking Rape In India’ at a time when more and more governments all over the world got poisoned by corruption, lost contact with reality and mistreated their people. This decline of ethical standard spread like wildfire throughout the societies and pushed the minds of the people into bewilderment, lack of trust, confusion and mental disorder leading to increase of rape, murder and a general loss of civilization and humanity.
All this must be ended if nations want to survive. Women are the most precious power for the life of every nation. They must be free from suppression, rape and murder
and for this liberation I full-heartedly take a stand
with my song.”

More songs and videos: MichelMontecrossa.com

Song Lyrics
Talking Rape In India
Michel Montecrossa‘s New-Topical-Song
for Women‘s rights, freedom and security

Of kidnap and gang-rape and murder I will sing,
of a 23 years young woman in a bus in Delhi, o listen, friends:
Capital punishment demanded. Is it the answer?
The judiciary system failed in protecting women.
There’s nationwide outrage
shouting: “Punish the police!”

The young woman died of her injuries.
There is pressure for change of laws,
pressure for faster court reaction
and change of attitude towards women.
Anger and fury drives the young India.
Flaws in the system are so obvious.
It’s the hour of awakening to

equality, respect, liberty and strong
recognition of the all-important
economic, social, cultural and ethical work-power
of women serving the life of the nation.
Rape is as if you rape your own mother
and your mother did not bring you to the world
for hurting her so much, o Lord!

Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

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