Insouciance-The Site That Stirs Shit Until A Verdict Has Been Rendered

Insouciance \in-SOO-see-uhns; Fr. an-soo-SYAHNS\ , noun: The quality of being insouciant; lack of care or concern; indifference.

A blog about bullies who use physical tactics like social alienation and humiliation. Looking different can provoke bullying and will typically trigger social isolation and weakness. Bullies almost always abuse power and use deliberate and depraved indifference. Some bullies go away, but others get angry and keep bullying until they get a reaction. That’s what they want. Some bullies have high self-esteem. They feel good about themselves. They feel better by picking on others. Most of the time, bullying isn’t about high or low self-esteem. It’s about having power.

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Monday, October 14, 2013

An Age Where Elder Abuse Is Compounded With Trauma (Part 2 Considering Predator and Slayer Clauses)

IACHR Urges States to Take Steps to Guarantee Rights of Rural Women

 October 15, 2013

Washington, D.C. - On the occasion of the International Day of Rural Women, which is observed on October 15, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) urges the member countries of the Organization of American States (OAS) to take steps to ensure that rural women can properly and effectively exercise their civil, political, economic, social, and cultural rights.

In keeping with the principles of equality and nondiscrimination, the Commission has identified the protection of women’s rights as a priority goal in the implementation of its mandate. Discrimination and violence against women are still serious problems that are tolerated in the hemisphere and that demand a high-priority, comprehensive response by the States.

These problems are particularly acute for women who live in rural areas. Rural women face major barriers when it comes to their access to adequate economic resources; ownership of the land they work; decent, quality jobs; basic services; and justice. Poverty, indigence, and social marginalization— problems that afflict millions of people in the region—affect rural women in greater numbers. Moreover, the lack or scarcity of sources of employment in rural areas affects women in greater proportion than men. 

According to several studies, rural women are also affected to a greater extent by the lack of potable water and sanitation, which has a direct impact on their health, among other consequences.

Given that infrastructure and services are scarcer in rural areas, women who live there have to travel long distances to report acts of violence and discrimination to judicial institutions, and they incur additional costs in seeking to bring their cases to justice. Because of the problems they face in terms of access to economic resources, these situations become significant obstacles to access to justice. Rural women often do not have the information they need about mechanisms that are available to report acts of violence and discrimination. 
In addition, rural women are underrepresented in decision-making positions, and there are significant barriers to their participation in decision-making opportunities at the local, regional, and national level. They live in a context in which the exercise of their rights is denied.
The Commission has found that many of the women who lodge petitions with the IACHR live in rural areas affected by poverty and belong to groups whose needs have traditionally been excluded from the public agenda.

Many women who live in rural areas are in a particularly vulnerable situation due to the intersection of multiple forms of discrimination based on a combination of factors in addition to sex, such as race, ethnicity, economic position, and age. 

A large number of petitions that are being examined by the Inter-American Commission were lodged by rural women, most of whom are poor and some of whom are indigenous or of African descent. 

These petitions reflect situations involving structural discrimination, in which the devastating effects of intersecting types of discrimination can be observed. This situation is exacerbated by the absence of State policies, programs, and special legislation that take into account the specific needs of these groups.
On the International Day of Rural Women, the Inter-American Commission makes a special appeal to the OAS States to guarantee that the rights and service priorities for rural women are reflected effectively in their laws, policies, programs, and budgets. This is essential to achieve full protection of women’s rights and to ensure the exercise of their right to equality and nondiscrimination.

A principal, autonomous body of the Organization of American States (OAS), the IACHR derives its mandate from the OAS Charter and the American Convention on Human Rights. The Inter-American Commission has a mandate to promote respect for human rights in the region and acts as a consultative body to the OAS in this matter. The Commission is composed of seven independent members who are elected in an individual capacity by the OAS General Assembly and who do not represent their countries of origin or residence.

The following post describes the Commission's opinion of the many obstacles women face when trying to bring justice to their situation. I am very pleased to hear that we were right all along. While many of us have fought a Great Battle of a life time, women still need to get out of their prehistoric caves and push for equality the rest of the way. Good luck, Kini, Director of Equestrian Travel Mall and Legal Services.

(Part 2 Considering Predator and Slayer Clauses)

Maybe when agencies or hand picked cronies coerce the elderly to set up an Advanced Directive, they should be ready to add a Predator Protection and Slayer Clause as part of the "new age crime of  'aging with assets'”.   All participating members and facilities should be included if they isolate the victim from families, friends, religious associations, or even Bingo.  Incorporate fraud, breach of contract, unethical and illegal activity. Maybe the Slayer Clause can cite, physical and mental torture inflicted?

Yea! Habitat for Humanity. My very favorite place where I spend a lot of money. Every year, Habitat helps a family build a home. However, in some states, when you apply for SNAP and medical benefits, if you look at what you are signing, the clause will say that the state can take what they want, carte blanche if something happens to you. So, don't depend on leaving the house to your children. They will have to move out and the house sold for "bills". Habitat may not tell you that because they may not know. 

Bar: Lawyer took $500K from dead clients

Apparently $500k is the amount when the State Bar decides to take action. I reported $400K missing 15 years ago and I'm still waiting for a report. And, settlement check. 

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