A Melbourne woman was raped and murdered while hiking in Georgia.
English teacher Shanae Brooke, 31, was trekking Mount Mtatsminda in Tbilisi, the capital city, on Friday, July 30 when she was ambushed.
Ms Brooke was on the phone to a friend in the US and was reportedly heard saying “Take your hands off me” before the call disconnected.
Her body was found the next day, with the killer still at large.
What the Victorian government needs to do is urgently rush the backward nation of Georgia some ‘Respect Victoria’ materials under an emergency use authorisation to educate the benighted natives that boys being mean to girls when young is how the raping and murdering starts:
If they see these videos running 24/7 on the tv in Georgia then they will respect unmarried childless 31 year old women wandering around on a mountain alone and listen when they say ‘take your hands off me’ and not rape and murder them.
In Melbourne we have experts in women’s and gender studies, and some of them even have doctorates, and these country bumpkins in the Caucasus could learn from their wisdom, like that women earning less than men on average is also a cause of rape and murder
These things should be obvious, they shouldn’t need 24/7 broadcasting on tv, but men around the world evidently need to be reminded of these facts.