Tag: religion

Afghanistan & Afghan Refugees

Let’s talk Afghanistan & the incoming wave of Afghan refugees to the neighboring countries. I happen to be living in one of the countries with the recent influx of refugees so I’m going to share my thoughts on the entire crisis. I waited a while to discuss this topic because I knew what the outcome …

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Covid-19: The Wonderful Glories Of India

A few weeks ago I published a few articles detailing the rise of the second wave of the pandemic in India. Since then, there have been headlines after headlines exposing the horrible situation in India on the news. I avoided all that because the levels of stupidity in India reached the lethal limit of my …

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Rise Of The Jews: From Victims To Perpetrators

It’s article time! Let’s gooooo! I’m back baby! Here with another controversial topic – but I’m all about the facts. I’m going to get straight down to business! A few weeks ago, a video surfaced online showing a big fat hairy rotund bastard stealing a Palestinian woman’s house. In the video, the woman can be …

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Surleen Kaur, ISKCON, and The Indian Hypocrisy

I am a Krsna Conscious person. It is no longer appropriate to talk about one’s religion on the internet. I think that trend began somewhere in 2015, and has become predominant in 2020. But I think, if you identify yourself as a religious person, then you shouldn’t be ashamed of it, or hide it from …

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The Origin Of Systemic Racism

Systemic racism began when mankind divided the earth into territories. It embedded a false sense of belonging and ownership to whatever territory they were associated with, when in reality, none of it mattered at all. Systemic racism can be very easy to understand for people who paid attention in high school geography and history classes. …

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