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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Re: [mukto-mona] Re: Trump's tantrum

SD: "Is he tough against Muslims? Yes!"
When I walk alone, at night, in a neighborhood, and see a black man approaching towards me, the very first thought that automatically comes to my mind is – I hope, that man will not mug me or hurt me.
Such apprehension is not coming from my racism; it's a simple stereotyping of all blacks; it's wrong, but, who do I blame for this? I did not create such impression on my own. If I have to blame, I will blame some (not all) blacks, who created such apprehension of all blacks in my mind. I know, it's unfair, but that's the reality.
Exactly, the same goes for the apprehensive stereotyping of Muslims as well. There is no doubt that Muslim stereotyping is resulted from the nefarious activities of radical Islamist Muslims around the world.
Just like blacks cannot say that those, who create bad stereotyping impression of all blacks, are not the real blacks, Muslims also cannot just say that those, who create bad impression of all Muslims, are not the real Muslims. You need to eradicate the real cause for the issue to solve it.
Jiten Roy

From: "DeEldar [mukto-mona]" <>
Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2017 9:54 AM
Subject: [mukto-mona] Re: Trump's tantrum

Look, people have known this man for last forty years and they loved his style. Now, liberals hate him because Hillary lost the election. It is high time for liberals to take this defeat gracefully and move on. During Obama's oath taking ceremony, massive numbers of blacks (mostly unemployed, I suppose) came to DC with free rides while they did not show up for Trump for their own little secret racist attitude. That is the difference! Racism is not an one sided business, dear! But that can't be said publicly because that would be considered as blunt racism from the white side. I would let the man rule as people have elected him as US president.
I am a registered democrat and I like change than having continuous liberal rule. Change is good for everybody. Is he tough against Muslims? Yes! So, why is that a bad thing? Why saying it loudly makes him a villain while Muslims have failed to put their houses in order? Saying good things about radical Islamic terrorism helps whom? Muslims have given him an opening because moderate Muslims think that problem is not really theirs but with the space aliens.

On Tue, Jan 24, 2017 at 4:55 PM, 'Khoniker Othithee' via Bangladesh Progressives <> wrote:
Like a toddler  cannot get over the fact that he didn't get the most; in this case the popular votes.  He is ushing press team to vent his position . I bet folks from press team are doing best to give the impression that no preteen is incharge of that place.
But they are struggling and it shows.

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