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Which Countries Has Our Campaign Reached?

April 16, 2013

The 50 Million Missing Campaign is a global campaign to end female genocide.   Our first goal is to make the world aware of the systematic and mass annihilation of women in India. We thought it might interest our supporters to see how far our voice has reached.

Below is a table of which countries visited our blog, and how many times, only in the last 6 months.  In all there were 199 countries!!!

We hope that if you country doesn’t show up on this list, you’ll help the campaign by circulating our blog among your friends and peers.  Thank you all for your support!

  1. United States (US) 27,254

  2. United Kingdom (GB) 9,073

  3. India (IN) 29,117

  4. Canada (CA) 6,446

  5. Australia (AU) 4,749

  6. France (FR) 1,619

  7. Germany (DE) 1,564

  8. Italy (IT) 1,198

  9. Brazil (BR) 1,066

  10. Spain (ES) 1,065

  11. Pakistan (PK) 1,005

  12. Netherlands (NL) 1,000

  13. Malaysia (MY) 971

  14. New Zealand (NZ) 917

  15. Sweden (SE) 911

  16. United Arab Emirates (AE) 836

  17. Mexico (MX) 829

  18. Ireland (IE) 792

  19. Singapore (SG) 762

  20. South Africa (ZA) 754

  21. Portugal (PT) 703

  22. Philippines (PH) 595

  23. Norway (NO) 587

  24. Greece (GR) 518

  25. Belgium (BE) 499

  26. Saudi Arabia (SA) 439

  27. Denmark (DK) 434

  28. Romania (RO) 388

  29. Switzerland (CH) 377

  30. Austria (AT) 360

  31. Finland (FI) 355

  32. Mauritius (MU) 281

  33. Thailand (TH) 275

  34. Sri Lanka (LK) 263

  35. Israel (IL) 260

  36. Poland (PL) 257

  37. Bangladesh (BD) 234

  38. Argentina (AR) 234

  39. Trinidad and Tobago (TT) 220

  40. Indonesia (ID) 219

  41. Russian Federation (RU) 218

  42. Nepal (NP) 216

  43. Holy See (Vatican City State) (VA) 210

  44. Turkey (TR) 206

  45. Europe (EU) 194

  46. Japan (JP) 193

  47. Egypt (EG) 171

  48. Iceland (IS) 170

  49. Qatar (QA) 163

  50. Kenya (KE) 152

  51. Hong Kong (HK) 142

  52. Nigeria (NG) 138

  53. Hungary (HU) 131

  54. Bulgaria (BG) 120

  55. Malta (MT) 118

  56. Serbia (RS) 116

  57. Oman (OM) 116

  58. Asia/Pacific Region (AP) 115

  59. Korea, Republic of (KR) 112

  60. Croatia (HR) 112

  61. Czech Republic (CZ) 109

  62. Kuwait (KW) 107

  63. Puerto Rico (PR) 105

  64. Colombia (CO) 89

  65. Ukraine (UA) 84

  66. Cyprus (CY) 82

  67. Slovenia (SI) 78

  68. Luxembourg (LU) 77

  69. Costa Rica (CR) 77

  70. Bahrain (BH) 71

  71. Maldives (MV) 68

  72. Lebanon (LB) 67

  73. Tunisia (TN) 65

  74. Fiji (FJ) 60

  75. Tanzania, United Republic of (TZ) 60

  76. Chile (CL) 59

  77. Morocco (MA) 57

  78. Taiwan (TW) 56

  79. Iraq (IQ) 52

  80. Vietnam (VN) 52

  81. Ecuador (EC) 51

  82. Estonia (EE) 50

  83. Peru (PE) 50

  84. Jamaica (JM) 45

  85. Ghana (GH) 42

  86. Venezuela (VE) 42

  87. Algeria (DZ) 40

  88. Cambodia (KH) 40

  89. Lithuania (LT) 37

  90. Jordan (JO) 35

  91. Guyana (GY) 35

  92. Uruguay (UY) 33

  93. Slovakia (SK) 32

  94. Uganda (UG) 31

  95. Barbados (BB) 28

  96. Bosnia and Herzegovina (BA) 27

  97. Dominican Republic (DO) 26

  98. Jersey (JE) 23

  99. Panama (PA) 22

  100. Bolivia (BO) 21

  101. Netherlands Antilles (AN) 21

  102. Guatemala (GT) 20

  103. Latvia (LV) 20

  104. Macau (MO) 20

  105. Georgia (GE) 19

  106. Brunei Darussalam (BN) 19

  107. Macedonia (MK) 18

  108. Namibia (NA) 18

  109. Gibraltar (GI) 17

  110. Zimbabwe (ZW) 17

  111. Sudan (SD) 16

  112. Palestinian Territory (PS) 16

  113. Armenia (AM) 16

  114. Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (LY) 15

  115. Ethiopia (ET) 15

  116. Afghanistan (AF) 15

  117. Mozambique (MZ) 14

  118. Yemen (YE) 14

  119. Albania (AL) 14

  120. Bermuda (BM) 13

  121. Azerbaijan (AZ) 13

  122. Moldova, Republic of (MD) 13

  123. Guadeloupe (GP) 13

  124. Aland Islands (AX) 13

  125. Isle of Man (IM) 13

  126. Belarus (BY) 13

  127. Paraguay (PY) 12

  128. Myanmar (MM) 12

  129. Zambia (ZM) 12

  130. Botswana (BW) 12

  131. Guernsey (GG) 11

  132. Papua New Guinea (PG) 10

  133. El Salvador (SV) 10

  134. Nicaragua (NI) 10

  135. Angola (AO) 9

  136. Suriname (SR) 9

  137. Saint Lucia (LC) 8

  138. Senegal (SN) 8

  139. Guam (GU) 8

  140. Aruba (AW) 8

  141. Malawi (MW) 7

  142. Honduras (HN) 7

  143. Antigua and Barbuda (AG) 7

  144. Bahamas (BS) 7

  145. Reunion (RE) 6

  146. Rwanda (RW) 6

  147. Kyrgyzstan (KG) 6

  148. French Polynesia (PF) 6

  149. Bhutan (BT) 6

  150. Lao People’s Democratic Republic (LA) 6

  151. Grenada (GD) 5

  152. Cote D’Ivoire (CI) 5

  153. Monaco (MC) 5

  154. Kazakstan (KZ) 5

  155. New Caledonia (NC) 5

  156. Cameroon (CM) 5

  157. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (VC) 5

  158. Virgin Islands, U.S. (VI) 5

  159. Congo, The Democratic Republic of the (CD) 4

  160. Mongolia (MN) 4

  161. Faroe Islands (FO) 4

  162. Togo (TG) 4

  163. Gambia (GM) 4

  164. Haiti (HT) 4

  165. Liberia (LR) 4

  166. Madagascar (MG) 4

  167. China (CN) 4

  168. Belize (BZ) 4

  169. Saint Kitts and Nevis (KN) 3

  170. Cayman Islands (KY) 3

  171. Dominica (DM) 3

  172. Seychelles (SC) 3

  173. Andorra (AD) 3

  174. Djibouti (DJ) 3

  175. Syrian Arab Republic (SY) 3

  176. Montenegro (ME) 3

  177. Benin (BJ) 3

  178. Uzbekistan (UZ) 2

  179. Sierra Leone (SL) 2

  180. Martinique (MQ) 2

  181. Palau (PW) 2

  182. French Guiana (GF) 2

  183. Marshall Islands (MH) 2

  184. Burkina Faso (BF) 2

  185. Liechtenstein (LI) 2

  186. Virgin Islands, British (VG) 2

  187. Micronesia, Federated States of (FM) 2

  188. Lesotho (LS) 1

  189. Iran, Islamic Republic of (IR) 1

  190. Eritrea (ER) 1

  191. Solomon Islands (SB) 1

  192. Cape Verde (CV) 1

  193. Niger (NE) 1

  194. American Samoa (AS) 1

  195. San Marino (SM) 1

  196. Tajikistan (TJ) 1

  197. Burundi (BI) 1

  198. Gabon (GA) 1

  199. Nauru (NR) 1

13 Comments leave one →
  1. May 16, 2013 11:16 pm

    The main target of our campaign should be on India and its institutions. We are not going to achieve much by rendering India small and mean-minded in the eyes of foreigners. That strategy will not help us to persuade Indian institutions to improve and develop themselves. It will reduce the tourism to India (as it already has) and impoverish India even more. WHAT HAPPENED TO ALL THE PETITIONS DELIVERED TO EU, UN and USA etc?

    • May 17, 2013 7:28 pm

      People said that of Germany too during the Jewish Holocaust!

    • May 21, 2013 5:40 pm

      No Rita. It is not a comparison at all. Nobody is organising a holocaust in India. Nobody is exterminating millions of women in gas chambers in India. Nobody is marking their houses with a swastika or taking their houses or jobs away. I should know. My first wife was German and I have been to Germany many times and speak a bit of German as well.

      The real fight for Indian women is one of equality–equal treatment as men derive in India. The day Indian women are treated on equal footing as men, there would be no fear of genocide. Until then all the campaigns with proper antisexist training should be targetted on all aspects of Indian life e.g. health, education, employment, leisure and policing. I can design such training courses if I am invited. I have designed them in UK.

      What was the response to the petitions delivered to US and EU and UN by the way?

      Samirda.

      P.S. I am 73 years old and retired as senior community education officer of Rochdale Borough Council in Lancashire.

    • May 22, 2013 11:05 am

      The problem is denial about what genocides are about. Maybe not gas chambers, but gasoline for sure. 106,000 women doused and burnt alive in one year. And then thousands more hung, battered to death, drowned, poisoned. Same thing with girls. You should check out why this is a genocide under the 1948 UN Act. See this video presented to the UN in Vienna in Nov 2012. The UN is now preparing a draft resolution on ‘Femicide’ as a hate-crime against women http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/RitaBanerji-1601883-six-forms-femicide-india/

  2. May 22, 2013 9:19 pm

    I have given you more than enough support and sympathy on most of your petitions for the past few months. I cannot support you on everything. You are not infallible! You are not God you know. I believe it is my concerned duty to point out when and where you are going wrong–in the interest of my fellow sisters in India most of whom are second class citizens.

    No amount of arm or tongue twisting would convert any sensible person to believe that what went on in Germany in early Forties is the same or equivalent to what is transpiring now in India. Also it is an entirely wrong strategy to give India a bad name in the eyes of the world or deliberately impoverish India if we are attempting to persuade India and her institutions to alter and improve its attitude and actions with a view to physical and emotional development of their women.

    I also believed that you were barking up a wrong tree when you were trying to sow a seed of discord, disunity and tension with a risk of violence recently between the Hindus and Sikhs in your reference to the deaths of Sikh women over the assassination of former Premier Indira Gandhi few decades ago. Many Sikh men died in that massacre as well in New Delhi. Mrs Gandhi’s mistaken despatch of the Indian army to the Golden temple in Amritsar and the use of the holy temple by the rebels contributed to that assassination. The massacre was the result of the assassination. Two wrongs do not make something right. The Sikh rebels consequently proposed a separate state of Khalistan carved out of India. Fortunately Dr Manmohan Singh arrived at the national political scene and imparted to India a new Sikh leadership which India badly needed. Now we witness turbaned Sikhs cheering Indian cricket teams in Test matches. Hindus and Sikhs are united now. We will visit Punjab soon.

    If you want to drag in the murdered Sikh women (but not murdered Sikh men) of Delhi from that time into the debate, then what about the million German women who were raped or murdered by conquering Russian soldiers in 1945? Women were always used as a booty of the war in Europe and Africa as well as the whole globe throughout the human history! Where do you stop?

    So sister (you must be much younger than me), please stick to the battle for equality of Indian women. They need to win that battle desperately and you need all the sympathisers you can get in order to win it! With best wishes

    Samirda

    • May 26, 2013 12:38 pm

      If you are referring to the review of the film Amu, you’ll notice that that article does mention that that was a genocide of Sikhs, but focuses on the issue of systematic rape of women during the Sikh massacre, since this is for a series of film reviews that looks at gender in films, and also because after the Delhi gang rape, many Sikh women requested up to bring up this issue. But your comment it also seems that this is ok, since it happens in all war like attacks!! And that regardless of the Sikhs fighting for justice, you as member of a community that inflicted this violence and stood by silently would like the issue buried! Shame Mr. Chatterjee. Genocides happen because so called “good” men deny, defend, and go on the offensive when it comes to taking responsibility! Don’t forget that.

  3. May 28, 2013 12:28 am

    I have not seen the film AMU. I was not referring to that. I was identifying some basic causes underlying the fierce communal war in Delhi following the assassination of the Indian Premier by her Sikh bodyguards in 1984. There were fatal flaws on both sides e.g. Hindu and Sikh communities. I have already told you that before and at that time to many people when it happened. I could not have stopped that Indian communal riot from England where I live. Indira Gandhi should have never sent the army to the Golden Temple. The Sikh rebels should not have used a holy temple as one of their headquarters either. “Two wrongs do not make something right”.

    What did you do Rita in October 1984 for the Sikh community? You were living in Punjab you said. Did you set up an NGO to help the Sikhs out of the ashes of a communal war in Delhi? Of course Hindus of Delhi should not have murdered a single innocent Sikh–men or women. Please remember that the Sikh religion emerged out of adherents of Hinduism who were fed up to their back teeth with the brutality and forced conversions into Islam by the Moghul empire. We are the same people. Are you a supporter of Khalistan by the way?

    I am giving you a friendly warning for one last time. While I admire and support your campaign on behalf of the oppressed Indian women, you would not get very far by giving India a bad name in the eyes of foreigners or impoverishing India. You would lose all the sympathisers in India and the Indian institutions whom you desperately need in order to win your campaign with a view to reforming the life chances of Indian women. Best wishes.

    Samir Chatterjee

    • May 28, 2013 12:33 pm

      Well, do see the DVD of Amu. And there are people who have argued the same for the 2002 massacre of Muslims, and rape of Muslim women in Gujarat. The Hindu right wing says that because a group of Muslims supposedly killed Hindu’s in Godra by burning down a train, it was ok for the government to allow for Hindus to mob lynch Muslims in 2002! The same argument is given for the Jewish genocide, that people were fed up of Jews hoarding the economy and so it was backlash! So see where you are going with this? And Rita’s family had moved out of Punjab and she was a teenage then in school. That’s what the article is about, which perhaps you haven’t read properly. She says that as a teenager she wasn’t told anything and discovered the sordid truth later! But that even now the censorship of the media on the Sikh massacre continues!

    • May 29, 2013 5:34 pm

      Rita, you are going round and round in circles and twisting what I said. I have never supported the massacre of the Jewish people in Germany, Muslims in Gujarat or Sikhs in Delhi. In fact I have always spoken firmly against these atrocities including those in Chile, Argentina, Rwanda, South Africa, Armenia and right now in Middle East. I have also spoken strongly against the genocide of native Americans in USA two centuries ago.

      You are not communicating to a child or some rightwing Hindu fanatic. I was a former National Vice-Chair of the World Development Movement of U.K. and a Deputy Head of the Community Education Department of Rochdale Borough in Lancashire. I have campaigned against these atrocities both professionally and in my voluntary work. I am offended by your insinuations! My major articles on race relations, adult learning and environmental education have been published in British national journals. Even as an undergraduate of London School of Economics I campaigned against these atrocities as Chairman of the LSE United Nations Association and a national executive member of the UNA

      Although I supported your campaign strongly for months, I was only pointing out your tactical mistakes if you want the support and sympathy of changemakers of India. May be you don’t want that. Perhaps all you want is to bring India down in the eyes of the world. I wonder who is financing your campaign.

      I have heard enough of this futile debate. Please do not write to me any more and take my name of your list. Yours sincerely

      Samir Chatterjee

  4. shah Madhusudan. permalink
    May 30, 2013 8:31 pm

    Mr.Chatterji,
    Is there anything wrong in showing the world what is happening in India ? the world is going to know it some time.

    • June 2, 2013 5:07 pm

      I have answered your question to Rita several times and pointed out the dangers of making unnecessary enemies in India repeatedly. I do not wish to start the arguments again. I am tired of these. Just take my name of your circulation list. Goodbye.

  5. July 12, 2013 5:47 am

    It is by bringing awareness to the human community – of which we are all a part – that change begins. Keeping India’s ‘reputation’ protected for the sake of tourism seems profane in light of the integral change we need here. I want the world to know what is happening here – pressure from the world community will perhaps force India’s hand – force the change desperately required here.

  6. July 12, 2013 5:51 am

    what is happening here in India – with all due respect – is nothing short of genocide:
    “the deliberate and systematic extermination of a national, racial, political, or cultural group.”

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