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    Posted June 16, 2014 by
    xXAshishXx

    Redefine the definition of humanity because this is too much.

     
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTiKGkKmaDQ - Original video.

    I do not hold any rights to the video but this must be shared.

    I don't want to bring up the past. I just want for anyone watching this video to reflect upon this, to think whether you would help or not? I know this was an act but what happens if you see this in front of your eyes?

    This actors name is Varun Pruthi, He is imitating what happened to a girl named Nirbhaya. Once again not trying to bring up the past, I just want people to think about what has happened to humanity. This footage was shot in India.

    I know this is just one video about someone doing a social experiment (on someone who had been raped) but I can assure you there are other videos, on YouTube, of them doing a social experiment on how people react to homeless kids (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Rsc-2oMB0s) and how society treats people on the way they dress (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ka8qbPoCTBk)

    I dont have much to say about these videos. I just want people change there way of helping "everyone" when that clearly is not the case.

    As a 15 year old, I want people to watch these videos and really think about what message was being told.

    I do not hold any rights to the videos, I just want people to think about this.

    All credits go to "ActorVarunPruthi" and "FouseyTube"

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