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October 28, 2011 at 7:36 PM (childcare and child protection, curious research, current news, legal issues, political atmosphere, social opinion, web gossip)

I was trying to work this topic under the definition of a whoremonger, but that does not quite fit.  An actual whoremonger is a man having all of his quick dick tricks satisfied by prostitutes.  I do not mean to call any of these women whores, yet I will proceed to question their levels of sanity and self-satisfaction.  What possibly could be so good for so many women to be devoted to one man, the same man?

Ziona Chana lives in the village of Baktwang, India.  Apparently, this is the perfect location for having your back twang, front twang, and any other twang, satisfied to your ultimate levels!  Mr. Chana has been living in this Indian village with thirty-nine wives!

Yes, he has thirty-nine wives!  This abnormally excessive accompaniment includes a production of ninety-four children, thirty-three grandchildren, and fourteen daughters-in-law.  At first, my immediate response was to nudge this all toward Chana and these women being residents perhaps within a less-educated, less-civilized, part of the planet.  Yet, I had to pause for a moment to step back and to give him his props.  Thirty-nine wives?!?  This man is the shit!!!…???

Chana and his self-created tribe live within a hotel-like home that has six floors and one hundred rooms.  Apparently pleased with this lifestyle, each of the wives happily works to maintain the setting.  They regularly raise the chidren, prepare the meals, and tend to the house.  They allow Chana to work with a rotating schedule between them, as each woman has a specifically alloted amount of time that they have to spend with their excessively shared husband!

The total number of family members here amounts to one-hundred and sixty-seven people.  As he lives in an area of the world where polygamy is not a problem, Chana and family have their regular routine planned out precisely.  The males tend to the outdoor labor, where they maintain the homestead, raise their livestock, and tend to all of the farming duties.  The adult females do the cleaning and washing duties, while the wives do all of the cooking.  The family has a regular diet of potatoes and rice, where one-hundred and thirty pounds of potatoes and two-hundred pounds of rice are eaten every day!

Each of these women is glad to be married to Ziona Chana!  They happily follow along with him, as they work with their many sons, tending to the home.  The males have the specific tasks of maintaining the farm and the livestock.  Also, none of women has a problem with Chana, as he is ready to claim yet another wife, and to produce more children, at any moment!

Being a member of the so-called modern world, I find myself quick to equate this manner of action to how people of lesser educated, and not as civilized areas of society behave normally.  I find myself saying things like these people do not know any better, so that is how they view normal manners of life. There are no allegedly standard ways of carrying-on, regarding how people follow methods of marriage, or how the supposedly standard production of offspring is supposed to occur Indeed, the entire idea of what is civilized obviously has a completly different connotation!

These people are Christians, and polygamy is not a problem in The Bible.  So, Chana is not breaking any religious rules, and he likely is not viewed as a trouble maker within his land.   Chana did form and become the leader of a religious sect that is called The Chana.  Under him, this spiritual faction was created in 1942, and they have almost four hundred family groups.  The Chana believe that they soon will be the leaders of the world of Christianity!

The full monty: The Ziona family in its entirety with all 181 members









You treat this place like a hotel: With 100 rooms the Ziona mansion is the biggest concrete structure in the hilly village of Baktawng

 Large animated flag of India

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