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Racial Chauvinism.

Racial Chauvinism

I came across the following on FB. Its not the first time I have come across such prejudiced view of the world we live in, irrespective of whether its a western view or an eastern view. But its not right and we must not accept such perjury of ethical concerns. Its kind of order of the western myopia, that it paints everything with the same brush, as long as its not western. We must be cognizant of it and dispel such myth from our Psyche.

Here is his confident perjury.

American Women are not repressed. Would you like to see true repression I turn your gaze towards 95% of women in Saudi Arabia, rural China, India, other nations of similar configurations, those are a gender ‘repressed. If you do not have to ask permission to leave your house then you are not ‘repressed.

— Eric Kirsch.

So cutting your napes in certain way makes you liberals? Explains whats wrong with the western view of the world.

1. I do agree that repression of women in India is rampant. But 95% you gotta be kidding me. Where do you get such numbers except from your wildly self gratifying hokum.

Islam is not part of Europe.

BERLIN: Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban defended his hardline stance against refugees, the vast majority of whom are Muslim, saying in an interview published on Friday that Islam “has never been part of Europe”.

“Islam has never been part of Europe, it came to us,”

1. What Taslima Nasreen now has to say about such foolhardy Islamophobia? She might fall out of favor with Europe?

2. Why US has to thrust itself in the middle east to bring world order when such aggressors are doing the same thing elsewhere. “we do in Hungary what we want to do”. Then who decides what has to be done in the Middle East? Definitely Hungary is not interested, but why it wants a sit in the UN? It can keep its secluded presence only in Hungary.

3. Islam came to Europe. Europe didn’t come to Islam. Well what about European imperialism? You can thrust yourself into others house when you don’t want them in yours?

What to say and what not to say, according to Buddhism

From Foundation texts of Buddhism.
Abhaya Sutta and
Samaññaphala Sutta etc

As I summarize (6 sentences into 1, possible)

Most of the speech — including bitter truth, can only be said if they are beneficial and only if they are said with the right sense of time.

I am making it concise, from whats appended still below;
———
unfactual, untrue, unbeneficial, unendearing and disagreeable to others, DON’T SAY
factual, true, yet unbeneficial, unendearing and disagreeable to others, DON’T SAY
factual, true, beneficial, yet unendearing and disagreeable to others, SAY, ONLY AT PROPER TIME
unfactual, untrue, unbeneficial, yet endearing and agreeable to others, DON’T SAY
factual, true, but unbeneficial, yet endearing and agreeable to others, DON’T SAY
factual, true, beneficial, and endearing and agreeable to others, SAY, ONLY AT PROPER TIME
———

मज़हब एक बिलासमय हिंसा है.

हमारे आशा हमारे निराशाओं से बहुत ही छोटी है, कद और उम्र में. ये अभी अभी आयी है. मज़हब ने हमें क्या दिया? सिर्फ निराशा. एक भ्रम, जिसने कायर को शायर कहा और गंदे को महात्मा बताया और ढोंगी को… Read More ›