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Sunday, March 12, 2017

Re: [mukto-mona] Interesting debate in Jaipur literature gathering

Not sure whether you got a schizophrenic brain or not.... but you love to change the topic without writing any opinion of your own. Did you watch the video? Or, it was a conscious intention to change the subject and get onto another of your pet subject? Even then, you do not write anything substantive of your own but borrow other white men' articles and opinions to advance your own opinion. But then, you foul mouth others to be followers of white men' lines? Do you understand your grand hypocrisy? Can you put forward a simple opinion about the subject? I guess not!

On Sunday, March 12, 2017 11:39 AM, "Farida Majid [mukto-mona]" <> wrote:

May be our mukto-mona fans of Donald Trump, who are the all-knowing  সবজান্তা  -- and "Oh what a good 'white' Male I am inside my brown skin!" should take note how some of the other citizens think ........

hen President Trump signed his first executive order in January to temporarily ban refugees and people from seven majority-Muslim nations, he said it was needed, in part, to protect women. A little-noticed part of the executive order reads, "The United States should not admit those who engage in acts of bigotry or hatred, including 'honor' killings, other forms of violence against women." Some observers have noticed the irony in the executive order. Both the man who signed the order, Donald Trump, and the man who drafted the order, his chief strategist, Stephen Bannon, have in the past been accused of committing violence against women. During the presidential campaign, Trump famously boasted about sexually assaulting women and grabbing them "by the pussy," in a leaked video recorded by NBC's "Access Hollywood." Eight women have now come forward and accused Donald Trump of sexual assault and harassment. And Trump is not alone. Stephen Bannon was charged with domestic violence and battery in 1996. Trump's first pick to be labor secretary, fast-food giant CEO Andrew Puzder, was accused of domestic abuse by his ex-wife, who even went on "Oprah" in disguise to speak about domestic violence. For more, we turn to a recent Democracy Now! interview with Eve Ensler, playwright, author of "The Vagina Monologues," and Christine Schuler Deschryver, director of V-Day Congo.
Excerpt: How is it possible that a nation of people felt OK with electing a self-confessed sexual assaulter?

From: <> on behalf of Dristy Pat [mukto-mona] <>
Sent: Saturday, March 11, 2017 7:01 AM
Subject: Re: [mukto-mona] Interesting debate in Jaipur literature gathering
These people really know how to waste time on something that is, simply, not so important in a political success. They are trying to figure out why Donald Trump has been elected by the people in the USA in spite of his many false statements in the past. They are asking - if truth matter, at all, in a political election. They seem to be scratching heads to solve this dilema.

First, we must recognize, political leaders are not spiritual leaders. As a result, the success or failure of a politician does not depend on how much truthful he/she has been in the past.  Political success solely depends on politicians stand on policies that matter in the life of ordinary people. If policies are good, people will not hesitate to vote for someone with many personal flaws. That's exactly what happened to the success of Donald Trump.

Associating truthfulness to a political success is a misguided notion. It will only divert attention away from what really matter in the political success. I am sure, listeners will go home with a misguided take home message from this debate. All in all, it's a biased an anti-Trump debating platform.

On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 4:15 PM, DeEldar [mukto-mona] <> wrote:
Established media, social media, truth, half truth and post truth! It covers all! Enjoy!


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