This is a follow up to: The Delhi riots What happened on the ground is very murky. This is more a request for information rather than describing what happened. Question 1: Did any violence take place outside of 7 neighborhoods in North East Delhi (Seelampur, Jafrabad, Maujpur, Kardampuri, Babarpur, Gokulpuri and Shivpuri)? Did violence … Continue reading Delhi riots (a)
This is the next article in the series “Is it time for Asian Americans and Latino Americans to ask to be considered “white”, “Is it time for Asian Americans and Latino Americans to ask to be considered “white” (a)”, Razib’s “Hasan Minhaj’s Patriot Act on Affirmative Action“, “Is it time for Asian Americans and Latino Americans to … Continue reading Is it time for Asian Americans and Latino Americans to ask to be considered “white”? (d)
One of the economists I follow is Rathin Roy [member of the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council.] India has several major long term growth challenges. One is geographic inequality in growth. South and West India are growing much faster and have much lower population growth rates than the rest of India, causing them to pay … Continue reading India Still Rising (c)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEnrcpeIsYY Our Brown Pundit Zachary Latif will hopefully share his perspectives on Pakistani Psychosis soon. Tarek Fatah gives a good synopsis of Pakistani Psychosis and Islamism in the above video. I am not an expert on Pakistani Pysochosis, and cannot validate many of Tarek Fatah’s perspectives on Pakistan. However, with respect to Islam, many … Continue reading Pakistani Psychosis
Please watch the last three minutes of: How to avoid very unexpectedly offending people when we don’t want to? How to have dialogue with people, ask them questions and get feedback from others without suddenly massively angering them? This has nothing to do with Saira Roa’s actual opinions or high resolution fully integrated philosophy of … Continue reading How to avoid offending people?
This is a follow up to Global alliances and wheels within wheels: What is Hinduttva? Is it Hindu + Tattva (Hindu quality)? Or is it something else? I still have no idea. Three of the four panelists in this discussion are widely ridiculed and vilified by self described “liberals”, “secularists” and “progressives” as hard right, bigoted, … Continue reading Hinduttva
India is ranked 136 (behind many tinpot dictatorships with no freedom of speech or freedom of press) by Reporters without Borders in the World Press Freedom Index. US is ranked 43 (behind many countries with little freedom of press.) This is a post modernist hatchet job. The real criteria of ranking is how post modernist a country is … Continue reading Post Modernist attack against muslims, darkies, India, America and the world
Congratulations Sajid Javid, the first minority senior cabinet member that I know of in the history of England and the UK! The new Home Secretary is a patriotic Englishman of Desi (historic Indian) Pakistani Ancestry. He might become one of the most successful home secretary in English history and all of us are very proud … Continue reading Congratulations Sajid Javid!
Hope to write a future detailed article about Post Modernism. Farhan Qureshi–who I would describe as an Ahmedi Sunni Atheist Agnostic Hindu–has a conversation with a Hindu about the connection between Hinduism and Post Modernism. Many might be sharply critical of these two conversationalist for being Hindu, “right wing Hindu”, “Hindutva”, etc. Note the later … Continue reading Post Modernism
Perhaps the reason that nonmuslims mistreat muslims so much is because the vast majority of nonmuslims (and for that matter many muslims) don’t understand Islam or muslims. If carefully watching this video many times was a requirement for every nonmuslim in the world; and if nonmuslims were required to write articles on it to demonstrate … Continue reading Why do nonmulims mistreat muslims so much?