World’s Most Dangerous Cities: Port Moresby (PNG) BBC Stories

World’s Most Dangerous Cities: Port Moresby (PNG) BBC Stories

This scene’s a little bit tense. Tell me a bit about this man. He was punching me with his fist
and he broke my ears. The green house, we’ll go in. How many times do you
think he raped you? Almost all my life. What type of people do you
usually target? Go! INDISTINCT I’d arrived in Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, 100
miles off Australia’s northern tip. This place is regularly voted the
worst place in the world to live. With one of the highest rape and
sexual violence rates in the world, perpetrators are rarely prosecuted. But some victims are taking a stand. Leah, can we go? HE SPEAKS OWN LANGUAGE Leah has taken action to put a
restraining order against her
husband. He’s basically been abusing her
for seven or so years. Hopefully, this is the end for you. Yeah, to end violence. Tell me a bit about this man. Two weeks before I went
into my labour, he beat me at my workplace. How badly? I had black eyes. He was punching me with his fist and
it broke my ears. I had bleed…er, with my eyes there
was a blood clot formed on this side of my eye. Now it’s time to show him that this
is not OK, and today is the day. I don’t want my children to grow
in this violent life. I’ve got to end the violence now. And I’ve got to tell my son and
daughter that violence against women is not acceptable. The green house, we’ll go in.
That’s the uncle’s house. Does he know we’re coming? It’s going to be a surprise. There’s a lot of his family around
here, and I’m guessing they’re not going to be very happy, so I don’t
know where this is going to go. That’s his mum? Yeah. Hello, come. Leah’s husband isn’t at home. But his mother can legally sign the
restraining order on his behalf. It must be very difficult to have
to do this. Yes, it is. But I’ve
got to do it. I… Yeah. Well done.
Well done for being strong. I have tears in my eyes. It shows you how difficult it is to
do something like this. You know, this is this lady’s
family. She’s got kids with this guy. And you have to basically go up
against people you’ve known for
years. What do you think of her bringing
the police here? As a female, I think it’s good. It’s good that she’s…?
Yeah, it’s good. The majority of the men,
they have this mentality where they think women must be just right
underneath their feet. Like Leah, two out of three women
here will suffer abuse or violence in
their lifetime. How big is the problem? How many cases have you
seen this year? From January to May,
we had about 6,000. And those cases are the ones
that are reported. And…and unreported, try and
imagine. Why are so many women being abused? How can I put it?
It’s a normal thing. To any man in Papua New Guinea,
it’s a normal. To hit your girlfriend, your
partner, your girlfriend, your wife? Yes. I’ve been told that some of the
worst perpetrators are the
Raskols here. That’s the local name for
criminals or gangs. And I’ve been told that quite often,
they use rape as gang initiation for new members. They’ve agreed to meet me,
hopefully. There’s about seven guys there,
all considerably larger than me. Let’s meet the Raskols. These are the leaders of
the 13 Casino Raskol gang. They’re notorious for
robbing and raping, and amazingly, they don’t care about
showing their faces on camera. So is this where we’re…we’re
speaking inside? Yes, yes. OK. This is the way. We’re going to
wait there. To win their trust,
I have to try betel nut, a psychoactive drug used all over
Papua New Guinea. Chew the whole thing? Yeah. It doesn’t necessarily taste very
nice. As you chew, you just spit it out.
Oh, it’s red. It’s red. I’ve just got to say, I am most
definitely feeling different. Sweating quite a lot.Yes.Yes.Yes. What is that? It’s um…yeah, yeah,
yeah. It’s quite… First time. How long does it usually last for? That is the cutest gun pouch
I’ve ever seen. That is very small. So is this literally, just a…it’s
a piece of pipe? Yes. It’s just a
piece of pipe. Has everyone here taken a life? With the betel nut coursing
through me, I was feeling brave enough to ask some tricky questions. I heard that some gangs in
Papua New Guinea, as an initiation thing, you… Some young men have to have sex
with a woman, kind of, like, rape a woman.
Have you heard of this?Yeah, yeah.How normal is that? Yes. Is that necessary?
Do you have to do that? It’s quite hard to get my
head around. I’ve been told that in
Papua New Guinea it’s reasonably common to
occasionally belt your wife to make
sure she’s… Have you belted your wife before? What is a belting? Like punch? Have you actually shot her
in the leg? Really? I mean, do you, do you, do you love
your wives? You mustn’t love her. If you kind of love your wife,
why would you belt her? Do you feel like you’re bad people? Carjacking is their biggest
money-maker. What type of people do you
usually target? Hello. I’m Ben. Very nice
to meet you. Are you the victim today?
Are you the car driver? Yeah. All right. Fantastic.
Are you excited? I’ll try! All right. Shall we…? I’ll follow you guys, follow
your lead. So they’re demonstrating to me
how they rob women, who they consider very easy
targets, of their cars. We have a gunman, we have a machete
wielder and then we have a driver. I mean, it’s all fun and games now, but it’s absolutely terrifying
if you’re involved in something like this, and it could end up with
you losing your life very easily. Is this the car?Yes.
The car’s coming. That’s the car. Go, go, go, go, go! Come on, out, out!Shock!That is quite… OK, I’m really shocked. Are you OK? It’s really shocking, honestly.
It’s really shocking. Quite scared?
Yeah, it’s really, like, real. They said that they target women,
like, exclusively. Have you had something like
this happen to you? Yeah. Yeah, I did,
before, once when I was driving. Is it scary being a lady in
Papua New Guinea, cos things like this happen?
Yes. Yes, it is. That was pretty terrifying.
Yeah, yeah, that was so fast. Yeah. When we get a
vehicle, we don’t waste time. Come here, Alex. Come here, Alex. Yeah, I mean, that was quite
the experience. You know, it’s all about being
strong, being in control. If your wife doesn’t listen to you,
you punch her in the face, otherwise you’re not a man,
and that is depressing. In the face of so much
male violence, it felt like women in Port Moresby
were constantly under threat. But there is help. Safe houses have
been set up around the city, where women can seek refuge
from abuse. I was meeting Susan. She’s been staying at this safe
house for the last two months. Does it make you sad, so many
women go through the same thing? Yeah, so many. Most all of the
Papua New Guinea women. You honestly think it’s
nearly all women? Yeah, because most of them,
you know, just staying there. They don’t come out,
they just stay there. How long was he abusive for? Er, we’ve been married since 2000 and then, all these years through
to 2018, he’s been abusing me. What exactly was he doing to you? He just cut my hand, see here. Really? Yeah. 35 stitch. So he slashed it? Yeah. One time he chased me, and I ran.
I jump off the window. This leg has been broken,
this one came at the back, and the heel went through the front. Like it’s turning around,
full revolution. How many times do you
think he raped you? Almost all my life. Almost all my life.
Since we’ve got married. Did his family ever say
anything to him, to stop him? No, they are afraid of him. Everyone’s afraid of him. If they want to say something,
he would just get up and say, “Shut up, don’t talk!
That’s my property!” He’d actually say,
“That’s my property,” about you?
Yeah, as if he owns it, yeah. He sounds like a devil. Yeah. And it seems that one of the
problems is that it’s culture, because people use it as an excuse. Yeah, yeah, yeah. When you’re
talking about culture and customs, most of the women are
hurting themself. Like they are in a cage, you see.
There’s nobody to help them out. What are you planning to do
now that you’re at the safe house? Going back to my village.
Stay with my parents. Find a decent job,
look after my kids and just live a normal life
like everybody. A free life, free from violence,
and abuse and all these things. I really hope…
Yeah, I really hope that you get it. I hope so. This is one of our clients.
She is 69 years old. Very nice to meet you. Yeah, so she’s Marissa. Because she’s 69 years old –
safe house, we don’t keep women over that age.
It’s not a nursing home. It’s not an old people’s home.
So we can’t keep her. And so I’ve explained all of that
to her, Marissa, so she’s leaving today. She had her son-in-law.
Her son-in-law was really violent, just physically abusing her. Beating her up, so…yeah. Do you know why?
Why was he doing it? He wanted to have sex with you?
Yeah. Not only having sex with her – he’s abusing her every day,
belting her up, yeah. Are you scared? Is he looking for you now? Yeah. Were you saying that
he was abusive not just to you but to other members of the family? And he was abusive to everyone? Thank you so much for talking to us.
Really helpful. They’re taking her to
a safe place today. All right. Yeah, I don’t really know how to
react to this. It feels like they’re kind of
sending this old woman to her death. She’s terrified of this guy,
who’s not only been torturing her, but he’s been torturing the rest
of her family, as well. And here lies the problem, is that
these safe houses can protect women for so long, but there is
always a point that they are going to have to go back and in this case,
she is literally going back to hell. It was only five years ago that
Papua New Guinea passed the Family Protection Act,
making family violence a crime, punishable by up to two years in
prison or a fine of US2,000. It’s given hope to women like Janet. Her husband allegedly beat her three
days ago, giving her a black eye, so she fled her home. Hello, nice to meet you. I’m Ben.
I’m Janet.Er, Janet. This is one of our
Yeah. Men is always the head of
everything, he makes the decisions, he takes,
you know… He’s in control of the economy of the family, and
everything else. So he decides for the family. So this is the culture that we have
in Papua New Guinea. It’s very strong. It’s been inherited from generation
to generation to generation. Quite shocking, you know,
isn’t it? It says, “My husband was punching my head so
many times.” How often was he doing this? It’s been four years now. Every day, we never rest. Hearing the police were after him,
Janet’s husband arrives. So this guy behind me
is Janet’s husband. He’s turned up to the
police station. I was speaking with Janet,
and she was saying you’ve been quite physical to her.
Violent. Because she has a black eye. When you say attitude problem, do you just mean she doesn’t do
entirely what you want her to do? Er…yeah. That’s how you treat, like, a dog,
if you’re a bad owner. She’s, like, a human being,
isn’t she, you know what I mean? Cos maybe she doesn’t want do what
you say. That’s what I don’t get. I understand you’re a man.Yeah.
Does it really matter? OK. I’m giving him an
opportunity to talk. What are you angriest about? INDISTINCT No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no! No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no! I didn’t assault her. Janet’s husband is charged with
domestic violence and is facing a weekend in the city jail,
until he can make bail on Monday. The horrible thing is that Janet
still has kids with this guy. He’s going to have to be in her
life to some degree. That’s clearly what she’s worried
about, and I can understand it. He is potentially going to
face justice, but a lot of the damage is
already done. She’s already been beaten up.
Her kids have already saw it. And it’s just sad that there
are so many people like this in
Papua New Guinea. Janet later dropped all charges,
when she was reunited with her kids. My time in Port Moresby was coming
to an end, but I still didn’t fully understand how so many men
could treat women like this. My final stop was the biggest jail
in the country – Bomana Prison, on the outskirts of the city. I feel like they’ve let us in to the
most beautiful prison in PNG. It’s pretty well kept. Well, that’s nice! I’m not going to lie – this is not
what I expected when I thought of a prison in Port Moresby. It looks
like a summer camp as opposed to a correctional facility. Very nice to meet you.My name is
My name is Benjamin. This is the minimum security and
most presentable side of the prison where juveniles are held. I arrive during the weekly
yoga class, aimed at teaching the
inmates new skills. Where does the yoga take place? Is
those guys…? Over there. That’s a lot of people, isn’t it? As most of them are under 18, we weren’t allowed to show their
faces on camera, but I wanted to know what they were
in for. So you’ve got sodomy, suspected
of rape, suspected of rape, suspected of rape. That’s right. Murder. Rape. Stealing. Murder.
Stealing. Rape. Rape. Penetration. Marijuana. Rape. Wow, that’s quite a lot of people,
isn’t it? Yep. Do you know the ages of the people
convicted of rape? Oh, yes. How old are they? 13? 13, yes. That’s so depressing. How long can you actually get in
jail for raping somebody? Two years? OK.Two years.
That’s really short, isn’t it? If you’re wondering how common
rape is here, out of the 27 juveniles that they’ve got in
this correctional facility, 12 of them are being accused of some
form of rape and the youngest one is
13 years old. And that is just insane. It seemed like the culture of abuse
and violence against women was getting handed down from
generation to generation. On the other side of the prison was
the maximum security section. The guards had an inmate they
wanted me to meet. I imagine it’s going to be a not
very nice conversation. How you doing? I’m Ben. This is Ruben, and he’s been
sentenced to 12 years in jail. Can you tell me are you here for? So she was ten. How old were you? That is definitely rape, isn’t it? You know, she can’t consent if she’s
ten years old. Yeah. It… Yeah. You are a rapist. What do you think rape is? Um, I mean, it is rape, because
she’s 10. You’re 40 years old. She’s a child, you’re an adult. She doesn’t even know what
she’s doing. You’ve done something very wrong. You’ve probably ruined a
ten-year-old girl’s life. I’ve been here for a few days
at this point, and I am massively overwhelmed. Pretty much every single woman I’ve
spoken to has got a story of being beaten or raped. I’ve spoken to so many men who think
that raping women is OK, beating women is OK, and this just
takes it to another level. It just seems that there needs
to be education on what is acceptable and how to treat women. And more people like that need to be
sent down for a very long time.


100 thoughts on “World’s Most Dangerous Cities: Port Moresby (PNG) BBC Stories”

  • guns are a problem but also a solution, in this case, armed women would be a good advantage. LOCK AND LOAD LADIES! FIRE!!!


    That grandma left my heart bleeding, plz some one bring her to me i will take very good care of her! This people is are cursed!!!!

  • and women in the west think they have it bad,,,,, they have no idea !!! these poor women suffer not the women in the west

  • I would have taken my own money as a reporter and saved that elderly woman and her granddaughters from that devil. No way I could have let her go back!!!

  • Woi where can she take her two grandkids at her age.. This is just so wrongggggggggggg I am done with human beings!!!!!! No wonder Jeremiah said the human heart is desperately wicked who can understand it?

  • Rejubi-Minka Okose says:

    "You're here with your friends, acting tough…come here and let's go home!" that "rascal's" wife didn't look like a woman who would take a beating lying down and he knew it! You need women like that in areas like this.

  • All you sheep thinks this is typical only there, but the many of you live right amongst it, and you don't even bat an eye unless it's on a shiny documentary like this. The nerve of most of you, acting like this is uncommon among all our civilizations, it's not right by any means, and you're painting a picture that is biased.

  • Ziggy Schumann says:

    Cowards, the lot of them ! Disgusting behaviour for any man and death is the universal punishment for such actions, although, on this planet, such laws are neither enforced, nor respected. Hari Om

  • Hey feminists, you want to fight for women's rights? Why not start here? This woman has more courage than any feminist in the US, she's abused badly and still not playing the victim, she's fighting for her rights without demonizing the male gender. This woman is in my prayers

  • P.O.S. all of them, I have a quick and cheap way to fight this terror, but we have to think of these monsters civil rights don't we? I mean that's important not to violate the raskals way of life.
    Coward's…all of them

  • "lets see, what do i do today? i could go to some infamous gang and take some drugs with them and interview them about rape and robbery while they reload their guns…. yea man sounds dope. i think i do that…"

  • winthrop allen says:

    There are substances termed "adulticides." They prevent the target population from achieving sexual maturity and reproducing. There is an insect adulticide, Gentrol, that is deployed against several insects. Are there human adulticides? I would say, "Most certainly."
    I can imagine an adulticide being deployed in such a place as Port Moresby. I believe an individual, using only his personal resources could do this. How long before this happens? Is it already happening?

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    1 Peter 2:24 NIV, "He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; by his wounds you have been healed."

    John 3:16 KJV, "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life".  

    Romans 3:23-24 NIV, "…for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and all are justified by His grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus".

    John 8:12 KJV, "I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life". 

    Jesus is the only WAY to God, the TRUTH of salvation, and the Breath/Bread of LIFE. 

    ACCEPT Jesus Christ as your Lord and Saviour. Sins separate us from God because He's Holy. All sins will be forgiven and erased through faith in Christ Jesus. God ♥ you, is alive, merciful, faithful, truthful, and is waiting with His arms wide open FOR YOU! For Jesus did not come to establish a religion, but to become a mediator between God and men.

    Through the Grace of God, Jesus was given to us by paying the price at the Cross at Calvary. Repent and confess from your heart and through your mouth that you are a sinner in need of a Savior; that He had died for your sins, that He had risen from the dead, and ask that He forgives you and that He comes into your life and become your Lord and Saviour. A sinner cannot save a sinner, only a sinless person can. That sinless Being is Jesus Christ Himself.

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  • Those men need Jesus. As a matter of fact, the whole country of Papua New Guinea needs Jesus. Only Jesus can save and bring hope in this dying, sinful world.

    Because of Adam and Eve's disobedience, that's why we are living on this Earth. But through Jesus, we are reconcile back to God.
    Jesus died for the whole human races' sins so that we can be reconciled back to God.
    After three days and night,Jesus rose again from the grave and had won the victory over the darkness and demons. We are all sinners. There is no good person on this Earth.

    Repent and confess your sins and accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior. He will forgive you your sins because Jesus has the authority to forgive sins.

    Walk in holiness and newness of life. Any more questions,message me.
    Read your Bible and follow it everyday,,pray to Jesus, get baptized in water submersion, attend faith/Holy Spirit-led church, live a holy life and be ready for the rapture.

  • Wtf wrong with this people so called men? You come to my country with this style ur ass tear apart with cane in the prison.

  • CrossWood Productions says:

    Let’s be honest here. These people have really low IQs. I mean in standard IQ tests the numbers are so low they would be considered to be mentally retarded.

  • These men are cowards. Bashing women makes you tough? No, it makes you a spineless c*nt.

    It seems like a vicious cycle. The men want respect because they are really twats and the only thing the women can do is verbally fight back which makes the men perceive disrespect, particularly in front of their friends. It’s the same cycle that gangs have or respect/pride/clout and disrespect/dishonor except these losers pick on women. I wish they offered martial arts classes so the women could kick the men’s arses. Or allow only women to conceal and have a stand-your-ground policy. Shoot those sorry arse f*cks when they start peacocking in front of their friends. Blaming culture is a cop out. They know this is wrong and immoral. They just want control. Culture my arse. And if it is culture, then it can be changed like all cultural aspects. I feel so badly for these victims. And the men are pure spineless scum.

  • ??????
    I don't understand y there are negative reactions to this country….. y does the bad stuff/news hide all the good side of this country???(my country)

  • Aiyo!?? head blo journalist eh spin (dizzy) taim em keke buai( betel nut) eh lol??? eye vlo em klostu pass eh!! ??

  • High unemployment, no jobs/education/job training/health/welfare/unemployment benefit safety net. People die of treatable ailments/diseases. Government past/present are corrupt/stealing/lying/cheating/extravagant/lavish. Are muppets, full of empty promises. Majority population are a by product of broken down/hopeless/stagnant system. Png people i met were wonderful, kind, helpful. Invited me to settlement dwellings. Dirt poor, offered me a simple meal & cup of water. Have nothing, share what little they have. Some of their concerns were for their children, to feed & send them to school, to have a decent future. Really sad/heart breaking situation.

  • Those thugs speak English but are so violent and disrespect women. “We love our wives… but I shot her near her legs… and we target women and rape them cos they are easy targets”… Cowards!!!!! At 23:00 “ no, that’s not rape…” yup, that guy needs to keep staying in jail…

  • Toyota Destrolla says:

    I'm baffled how throughout this documentary series people are so open about this things, it almost makes no sense.

  • Maria Herbert says:

    all the women in this Country should move away in only allow men to be there and let them kidnap each other and rape each other and see how it feels These people believe in God is absolutely wrong and a punishment will result in hell

  • This country reminds me of how Central and South America because there is imperialism interest in the horizon, like Venezuela. They let the Country go thru shit first then they come to take over "to fix it"

  • Chayavat Mokarakorn says:

    These "good people" have never been on the receiving end of a beating, blade or barrel so they have no empathy nor remorse. To call them animals would be insulting to animals like lizards, rats, dogs and monkeys.

  • Wietepietepatat says:

    If you really knew how many men there were on this planet who make life horrible for all the others around them, you would be shocked! These men really think and believe that they are living the right way by raping women men and children, using violence, using drugs, using weapons, form gangs, spreading hate and name it all the horror they bring. It is like a cancer on this planet and I wish that the same horror will overcome them all one day!

    I mean if we don't want them to have weapons, why do we fabricate weapons in the first place?

    You know that your own weapon can always be used against you. See what happens after guns were invented? See what happens after swords were being forged? VIOLENCE! Thats the consequence of making weapons.

    Now we have to deal with people who pull a gun at you for even the tiniest misunderstanding you can think of!

    So lets make tons and tons of nuclear weapons as they are doing for years already, nothing can go wrong right?
    Humans who made/make and designed/design weapons are all retards and they didn't understand anything about life as it should be. RETARDS!!! Think of it…. all of those who have made and designed weapons have brought a lot of horror in this world. THANKS!

  • ZBHASKAR Karki says:

    The reporter is an amazing man, handsome by face and by heart. I have seen one positive aspect on the Guinean people that THEY DO YOGA that cleanses the soul.
    The Guinean government must have a strict law against assaults on women. First of all, the young citizens should be brainwashed at school to have compassion for human beings, especially for woman, and those who don't learn compassion and mistreat women should instantly be hanged to death without any improvement. That's the only way to stop barbarism in PNG.

  • The worst part is that thoes guys dont even look like gangsters. i wouldnt be scared of a fat fk and a few othere old men LoL

  • Jesus christ gud thing my great grand parents moved. They told me they moved from PNG but they didnt give a reason why.
    Good luck to all my aunties and sister there damn.

  • Men who rape or put there hands on woman are cowards let people like me give them there sentence and conviction of a good straight week of asswhoopin and torcher straight cowards in me eyes scum of the earth i see that happening better pray to god i dont get my hands on ur coward ass

  • The MillenniOM Realtor- Joe Om says:

    For a country thats not inherited from a war torn nation or had a long violant history of wars these men take their built up anger out on their woman? Exactly what he asked the dad “dude why are you so angry? What for?”. We need to stick these abusing men in the middle of syria. They dont understand what a tough life is and they are of being bored doing stupid shit like beating woman.

  • Every problems in New Guinea can be explained with one simple fact, the average IQ of Melanesians is 67, even lower than that of Subsaharan Africans.

  • Asanka Tharindu says:

    Oh I'm glad I born to a country where gov offer free good education, so that I know the difference between animals and humans.

  • BBC World News Reporting on Port Moresby Moresby:

    Can we digest it all?

    The most dangerous cities in the world are found outside of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea:

    How many rapes cases are happening daily in Port Moresby?

    How many Murder Cases are happening daily in Port Moresby?

    How many gunfires are heard daily in Port Moresby?

    How many suicide bombers are switching on their vest and exploding themselves?

    How many psycho and depressed lunatics are firing their weapons on innocent school children in Port Moresby?

    How many hallucinated drivers are driving into innocent lives in Port Moresby?

    Because of drug warlords, how many people are killed in Port Moresby because of that?

    How many Christians are suiciding and killing themselves in the name for God in Port Moresby?

    How many people own guns in Port Moresby?

    What is the crime statistics in Baghdad compare to Port Moresby?

    What is the crime rate in New York City daily?

    The biggest problems in Port Moresby and elsewhere in the country are;

    1. Petty crimes which is making people walking on the streets of Port Moresby insecure. Tell us teach our children to be good citizens,
    2. Car thefts. People don’t realize the hardship put into purchasing vehicles,
    (3. Domestic Violence. Both sexes are involved in this one. More reported cases are against men..-this means that PNG women are not weak and are hardcore and can be ruthless which is a good thing btw.).
    4. Market vandalism by rude youths and drunken youths.
    5. Occasional Holdups.

    This is beside the ‘eye for an eye’ tribal fighting that happens especially in the highlands.

    Right now, I would be happy living in Port Moresby than in Baghdad or Damascus or cancerous PC 3rd wave feminism infected U.S

    The international reporter who creeped into Port Moresby and did the reporting wants to get fame in the limelights of the media world. He is a backyard reporter.

    Despite the downturn in the economy and the political news we hear in the Country, I love my Port Moresby right now.

    The report he compiled with so-called rascals are everyday PNGns who were used to act out the film and reports as if they were real! Get a life!
    Immigration, how did this asshole ever get in at the airport?

    Next time we have PM officer follow those so called civilized western media, they are here looking to destroy our image and come back to steal when the situation fits their liking

  • Adrian Legislador says:

    The tradition of your weakest condemnation is women…….men don't deserved high five or bravo for doing insignificant threats to anybody……

  • N-words the world over are the source of corruption crime and sloth. These people are genetic morons and are ill suited and completely incompatible with a normal civil society.

  • PNG problem are complex since most of the 80% of the people who lives in rural communities are still practices traditional customs ..rape and crime is result of western influences from tv,internet(porn) , and corrupt corporate greed from western companies raping and explotaition of the natural resources/minerals/HydroCarbons..

  • Only dictatorship will bring order to chaos in this savageland. Most of the time, civilasation has to be drilled into a barbarian's head.

  • Oh but people have it bad in the US. Women think they are powerless in the US, that is silly. People think their living situations are bad in the US. Be grateful !

  • its sad that there are places like this where rape culture is a real thing while stupid millenials in the west act hysterical that we have a rape culture. THIS IS REAL RAPE CULTURE

  • To be honest that carjacking was a fake act, I've been through 24 jacks and most men will appear at your window pretending that they are selling shits to you then next thing you know there's a weapon on his hands and he will calmly tell to step out of the car or else ur dead

  • 22:58 "No I don't see it as rape" doesn't seem like he has no remorse. Do that anywhere else wouldn't last 2 seconds Special place in Hell for child rapists absolute cowards deserve to suffer agonisingly and slowly until the end of there pathetic life let them feel what their victims feel

  • in my opinion STRATEGY which is carried out rationally and systematically to achieve gender equality and justice in a number of aspects of human life through POLICIES AND PROGRAMS THAT ARE ATTENTION TO THE ASPIRATION, NEEDS AND PROBLEMS of men and women into the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of all policies and programs in various fields of life in development

  • As a Papua New Guinean, this documentary allows other people to see problematic issues in my country. I will say not all Papua New Guinean men are violent, and not every woman has been abused. Needless to say, my country is my home, it is beautiful and occupies many cultures. This act of abuse and domestic violence shouldn't be identified as culture/tradition, it is in fact a sad & appalling consequence of the lack of education, women's rights, insecure men and generations of violence. If you were to travel, I cannot promise you your safety but I can promise you happy and kind people. It hurts that when you, a non-native, that watches this feels fear, pity, resentment towards our country and people. We could ask for help, I could stand up for my country but where would we begin? Those kids you saw either take after their fathers or become weak like their mothers, and a bare minimum fights for a change. It's a never-ending cycle that begs for help. My point is we don't even know how to help ourselves, but we are pretty strong people with passionate cultures, dances, music and languages. Don't generalise us, instead help us raise awareness. Our Christian country will thrive and until there is a slight change, God will still bless us and love us as he loves you.

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