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Anyone wondering what's actually going on in Ukraine and Russia that the TV and news will die before telling you, here's a summary: The USA caused a coup (like the bhainchods always do) in Ukrain

^^^ Persian sherni. Vah! They say revenge is a dish served cold, but this was proper frozen.

Here's the truth of the matter that should shut up the Western funded false propaganda.  From Dr Pradhan on Telegram. There is a saying "You can take a horse to water but you can't make him

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https://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/scott-morrison-woos-voters-from-hindu-and-sikh-communities-on-campaign-trail/c2c2hs8rs

 

 

Scott Morrison woos voters from Hindu and Sikh communities on campaign trail

Prime Minister Scott Morrison spent the weekend attending community events held by the Hindu and Sikh communities ahead of the official Liberal Party election campaign launch set for Sunday.

 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison makes roti bread at a Gurdwara Siri Guru Nanak Darbar Sikh Temple in Pakenham in Melbourne on 14 May 2022.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison makes roti bread at a Gurdwara Siri Guru Nanak Darbar Sikh Temple in Pakenham in Melbourne on 14 May 2022. Source: AAP / MICK TSIKAS/AAPIMAGE

Prime Minister Scott Morrison attended a Hindu Council of Australia in the Western Sydney seat of Parramatta and a Sikh Temple event in the Melbourne seat of La Trobe on Saturday.
 
In his sixth campaign trip to the seat of Parramatta, Mr Morrison met with members of the Indian Australian community to announce $250,000 for a kitchen program providing meals for homeless people in an election pledge.
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The prime minister was joined by his Liberal candidate Maria Kovacic and Multicultural Affairs Minister Alex Hawke at the Hindu Council of Australia's Meet and Greet event.
 
He also on Saturday spent time at the Gurdwara Siri Guru Nanak Darbar Sikh Temple in Pakenham in the Melbourne seat of La Trobe.
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison receives flowers at a Gurdwara Siri Guru Nanak Darbar Sikh Temple in Pakenham in Melbourne on 14 May 2022.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison receives flowers at a Gurdwara Siri Guru Nanak Darbar Sikh Temple in Pakenham in Melbourne on 14 May 2022. Source: AAP / MICK TSIKAS/AAPIMAGE
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Bill Gates Foundation paid the Guardian $3.5 million for a hit-piece article on breastfeeding after he launched his lab-made baby milk business.

JUNE 2020 - Bill Gates announced a startup called BIOMILQ. It’s backed by some of the richest investors in the world, like Zuckerburg. It raised $3.5 million in Series A funding from Breakthrough Energy Ventures. Breakthrough Energy Ventures is Bill Gates’ investment firm focused on climate change.

SEPTEMBER 2020 - Remember that $3.5 million in BIOMILQ money? Well, according to a receipt from the Gates Foundation, it paid The Guardian $3.5 million in September 2020. This was an initial offering from the Gates Foundation. Of course, right after on September 27, the Guardian published an article entitled “Antibodies in breast milk remain for 10 months after Covid infection – study.”

February 2022 - Customs and Border Patrol officers said that they inspected 17 separate shipments of formulas that came from Europe. Border patrol consulted with the FDA. Of course, the FDA said it had safety concerns about noncompliant baby formula. The same month, the FDA announces it is looking into bacterial contamination at the Abbott formula production plant in Michigan that's supposedly behind the baby formula shortage.

MAY 2022 - The Gates Foundation paid the Guardian again as part of annual funding. The very next day, The Guardian wasted no time and published a hit-piece on breastfeeding. It’s called “Turns out breastfeeding really does hurt - why does no one tell you?”

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Scomo is just doing what every politician does. Remeber when there were state elections a few years ago, had a few politicians come to the gurdwara on a few Sunday afternoons while all the aunties and uncles could not understand a thing.

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https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2022/05/21/australia/australia-election-results-morrison-albanese-intl-hnk/index.html

 

Labor leader Anthony Albanese to become Australia's next Prime Minister, networks report

By Hilary Whiteman, CNN 
Updated 8:29 AM EDT, Sat May 21, 2022
Labor Leader Anthony Albanese speaks at National Press Club on May 18, 2022 in Canberra, Australia. The Australian federal election will be held on Saturday 21 May 2022.
 

Brisbane(CNN)Australian Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese is set to become the country's next Prime Minister after voters turned their backs on Liberal leader Scott Morrison after just one term in office, according to projections from three news networks.

Albanese appeared certain to form a minority government, though it was unclear as counting continued if the party would have enough seats for a majority, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 7 News and Sky News Australia reported.

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'Ashamed' police chiefs will apologise for racism and commit to being 'institutionally anti-racist' in future

  • Police chiefs are set to apologise for discrimination and bias within their ranks 
  • The National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) and College of Policing are set to outline a plan committing the police to being 'institutionally anti-racist'
  • The plan was prompted by a report published after the murder of back teenager Stephen Lawrence as well as the murder of George Floyd in the US

 

 

Police leaders are set to apologise and say they are 'ashamed' of alleged 'discrimination and bias' within their ranks in a new report due to be published next week.

The plan from the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) and College of Policing will commit the police to being 'institutionally anti-racist'.

The NPCC represents British police chief officers while the College of Policing is responsible for setting standards of ethics for the police service.

The plan, which will be open to consultation, will state: 'Our vision is for a police service that is anti-racist and trusted by black people.' 

The catalyst for the report was global protests sparked by the murder of unarmed black man George Floyd, who was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis, US, on May 25, 2020.

It also comes after the landmark Macpherson inquiry, which followed black teenager Stephen Lawrence's unprovoked murder in 1993.

The Macpherson inquiry published a report in February 1999 which accused the Met Police and policing in general of 'institutional racism'.

 

Victor Olisa, the Met's former head of diversity and head of policing in Tottenham, has previously called the silence from senior officers 'deafening'. A plan from the National Police Chiefs Council and College of Policing is set to commit to being 'institutionally anti-racist'

Victor Olisa, the Met's former head of diversity and head of policing in Tottenham, has previously called the silence from senior officers 'deafening'. A plan from the National Police Chiefs Council and College of Policing is set to commit to being 'institutionally anti-racist'

 

 

According to The Guardian, the report will state: 'We accept that policing still contains racism, discrimination and bias.

'We are ashamed of those truths, we apologise for them and we are determined to change them.'

It will also outline plans to tackle treatment which black people find 'stigmatising and humiliating'.

The Macpherson report, published in 1999, examined failings in how the police investigated the murder of Stephen Lawrence, a black teenager killed in 1993 in a racist knife attack by five white youths in south London
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The Macpherson report, published in 1999, examined failings in how the police investigated the murder of Stephen Lawrence, a black teenager killed in 1993 in a racist knife attack by five white youths in south London

The blueprint will add: 'Much has been done in the intervening years by policing to address racism in the police and society.

'Despite this, change has not been fast nor significant enough in black communities.

'As we have prepared this plan, we have heard the views of black people and their experiences of policing. We have listened to the voices of our own black colleagues about the service they belong to.

'The challenge for reform, set out by Macpherson, cannot be said to have been unambiguously answered by policing. Many people believe policing to still be institutionally racist and have grounds for this view.'

The new report, due to be published next week, will also state: 'We have much to do to secure the confidence of black people, including our own staff, and improve their experience of policing - and we will.

'We will be held to account and we welcome scrutiny. That need for change is evident.

'Policing lags behind almost every part of the public service as an employer of choice for black people.

'Confidence levels are much lower, and our powers are disproportionately applied to black people. In some crimes, victimisation rates are higher.

'Black officers and staff leave policing earlier in their careers than white staff and the fact we have only seen two black officers reach chief constable or assistant commissioner rank in policing's history is a failure.'

It adds: 'Black people are seven times more likely to be stopped and searched than white people and five times more likely to be subjected to the use of force.

'Testimonies tell us that black people find these encounters - particularly stop and search - confrontational, stigmatising and humiliating.

'Ten per cent of our recorded searches, 27 per cent of use-of-force incidents and 35 per cent of Taser incidents involved someone from a black ethnic group.

'The latest estimates suggest that only 3.5 per cent of the population is black.'

Sir William Macpherson chaired the unprovoked inquiry landmark inquiry into Lawrence's unprovoked murder in 1993

 

Policing minister Kit Malthouse outlined plans to be published within weeks to make users to wear a tag that detects drugs in sweat amid a government crackdown on drugs

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10839667/Ashamed-police-chiefs-apologise-racism-commit-institutionally-anti-racist.html

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11 hours ago, Premi5 said:

@Kaurr @5aaban

Thoughts on this

https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2022/05/21/australia/australia-election-results-morrison-albanese-intl-hnk/index.html

 

Labor leader Anthony Albanese to become Australia's next Prime Minister, networks report

By Hilary Whiteman, CNN 
Updated 8:29 AM EDT, Sat May 21, 2022
Labor Leader Anthony Albanese speaks at National Press Club on May 18, 2022 in Canberra, Australia. The Australian federal election will be held on Saturday 21 May 2022.
 

Brisbane(CNN)Australian Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese is set to become the country's next Prime Minister after voters turned their backs on Liberal leader Scott Morrison after just one term in office, according to projections from three news networks.

Albanese appeared certain to form a minority government, though it was unclear as counting continued if the party would have enough seats for a majority, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 7 News and Sky News Australia reported.

Don't really care too much, but he's better than scomo.

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On 5/21/2022 at 10:43 PM, Premi5 said:

@Kaurr @5aaban

Thoughts on this

https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2022/05/21/australia/australia-election-results-morrison-albanese-intl-hnk/index.html

 

Labor leader Anthony Albanese to become Australia's next Prime Minister, networks report

By Hilary Whiteman, CNN 
Updated 8:29 AM EDT, Sat May 21, 2022
Labor Leader Anthony Albanese speaks at National Press Club on May 18, 2022 in Canberra, Australia. The Australian federal election will be held on Saturday 21 May 2022.
 

Brisbane(CNN)Australian Labor Party leader Anthony Albanese is set to become the country's next Prime Minister after voters turned their backs on Liberal leader Scott Morrison after just one term in office, according to projections from three news networks.

Albanese appeared certain to form a minority government, though it was unclear as counting continued if the party would have enough seats for a majority, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 7 News and Sky News Australia reported.

Most Sikhs probably prefer him over former PM Morrison.  

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This is the kind of crap that would get snuck into Panjab's fields if it hasn't already:

 

Gene-edited crop production in Britain will be sped up to tackle Ukraine food crisis brought on by Russian invasion

  • George Eustice said food law changes should pass through Parliament in months
  • He insisted gene-edited food would benefit both consumers and producers 
  • It comes amid warnings from scientists about the unknown health effects 

Gene-edited crop production is to be sped up in the UK to help tackle the global food crisis brought on by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the minister in charge revealed today.

Russian blockades are preventing the export of key goods such as oils, wheat and corn from the ‘breadbasket of Europe’, leading to rising food prices and shortages globally including a major threat of famine in Africa.

The Government will this week introduce a Bill which will allow farms to grow more crops by planting variants that have been edited to be more resistant to disease or need less water or fertiliser.

‘Precision technologies allow us to speed up the breeding of crops that have a natural resistance to diseases and climate change, better use of soil nutrients so we can have higher yields with fewer pesticides and fertilisers,’ George Eustice, the Environment Secretary, told The Telegraph.

He added: ‘Water scarcity is a coming challenge with climate change, and this technology could therefore be imperative to global food security.’

Gene-editing aims to produce crops which are more disease-resistant, or to boost the resilience and yields of livestock. 

It differs from genetically modified (GM) produce – dubbed Frankenfood – in that it alters the existing DNA of a plant or animal, rather than adding DNA from different species.

It comes amid concern over the UK’s food self-sufficiency and the plans will aim to help guarantee British food supplies. And last week the Bank of England’s governor warned households yesterday they face an ‘apocalyptic’ food price rises – but admitted he feels ‘helpless’ over soaring inflation.

WHAT ARE GENE-EDITED CROPS AND HOW ARE THEY DIFFERENT TO GM PLANTS?

Gene editing promises to produce 'super-crops' by altering or cutting out genes that naturally occur in plants.

Unlike genetically modified (GM) plants, gene-edited (GE) crops contain no 'foreign' DNA from other species. 

GE crops are produced using CRISPR, a new tool for making precise edits in DNA.

Scientists use a specialised protein to make tiny changes to the plant's DNA that could occur naturally or through selective breeding.

GM crops have had foreign genes added to their DNA - a process that often cannot happen naturally. 

The US, Brazil, Canada and Argentina have indicated they will exempt GE crops that do not contain foreign DNA from GM regulations.

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Andrew Bailey urged Boris Johnson to do all he can to help Ukraine get as much of its wheat out of the country as possible.

And Mr Bailey, who earns £575,000 a year, said workers, particularly high earners, should ‘think and reflect’ before asking for wage increases in order to avoid fuelling wider inflation further.

Food security is expected to be a key feature of the national food strategy White Paper to be published next month.

The plans were due to be unveiled earlier this year but were delayed by the invasion and the paper will now place increased emphasis on food security.

Ministers are also understood to be considering introducing targets for the domestic production of food.

Food produced by controversial gene-editing techniques could be in supermarkets as early as next year, the Environment Secretary said last week.

George Eustice said changes to the law outlined in the recent Queen’s Speech should pass through Parliament in the next few months.

And he insisted gene-edited food would benefit both consumers and producers – amid warnings from scientists about the unknown health and environmental effects of the technology.

Mr Eustice said he expected the Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill to get Royal Assent this year. He added: ‘We will then have a regime that enables us to issue a marketing authorisation for any gene-edited seeds.

‘There’ll probably be some of these crops that are already available and bred in other parts of the world. So it’s possible that we could have some of these crops... ready to be deployed during the course of next year.’

Soybeans producing longer-lasting oil and tomatoes with higher levels of blood pressure-lowering compounds are examples of what could become available.

Mr Eustice told the i newspaper it would be three to five years before ‘significant numbers’ of crops developed in the UK appeared on our shelves. He said gene editing would be introduced in crops before a decision is made on livestock.

Opponents say more research and checks are needed. Liz O’Neill of GM Freeze said: ‘Gene editing is GM with better PR – there is much that can go wrong.’

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10844279/Gene-edited-crop-production-Britain-sped-tackle-Ukraine-food-crisis.html

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Black and Asian women are suffering 'systemic racism' in maternity care across the UK, report warns

  • Birthrights charity said women of colour ignored, disbelieved and dehumanised
  • White women were also often granted privileges, including visitors out of hours
  • The report will be sent to MPs and demands staff receive training in diversity 

 

A year-long investigation into UK maternity care has found that 'systemic racism' is experienced by black, Asian and mixed ethnicity women.

Charity Birthrights said the findings included evidence of a lack of physical and psychological safety, experiences of being ignored and disbelieved, dehumanisation, coercion and a lack of choice and consent.

Healthcare workers reported colleagues saying black women and babies have 'thick, tough skin' and that a ward 'smells of curry' when South Asian families were being treated, while Chinese people were branded 'dirty'. 

Meanwhile, white women were often granted privileges that women of colour were not, such as receiving visitors out of hours, receiving more responsive care and being given more time by staff to ask questions.  

Inquiry chair Shaheen Rahman QC said the investigation was spurred on by the knowledge that black women in the UK are four times more likely to die in pregnancy and childbirth and Asian and mixed race women twice as likely.

'There is nothing 'wrong' with Black or Brown bodies that can explain away the disparities in maternal mortality rates, outcomes and experiences,' she said.

 

'What is required now is a determined focus on individualised, rights-respecting care.'

The inquiry panel heard evidence from over 300 people with lived and professional experience of racial injustice in maternity care.

The panel heard from one woman who said jaundice was not recognised in her black baby and her concerns were dismissed.

'At the hospital the doctor admitted the reading was very high but insisted from the look of him there is nothing to suggest he was severely jaundiced, just a 'slight' yellowing of his eyes,' the woman said

'They did another reading and sent his bloods off, it was even higher than the last. My baby was immediately hospitalised for several weeks.

'The white staff did not recognise jaundice in a black baby.'

Other interviewees told the panel stories of having sepsis dismissed during birth and a life-threatening blood clot overlooked postnatally.

The Department of Health and Social Care established a taskforce to address racial inequalities in maternity care in February.

A Department of Health and Social Care spokesperson told the BBC the Maternity Disparities Taskforce would 'level up maternity care for all women'.

'It will address factors linked to unacceptable disparities in quality of care, experiences and outcomes,' it said. 

One written testimony in the Birthrights report described a 'horrible' birth experience where the midwife repeatedly minimised the mother's concerns and did not recognise the symptoms of sepsis, which in her case was paleness and loss of colour in the skin, due to her being a black woman. 

The woman recalled in her statement: 'I shivered so badly for quite a while that I thought I would die. 

'When my husband asked for blankets, the nurse said it was a natural reaction and it would die down, eventually my husband searched all the room and found some blankets then covered me up.' 

Despite repeatedly complaining of severe pain, even after an epidural, it was only when a South Asian doctor doing her rounds for the night finally noticed her skin was pale that swift action was taken.

The mother added: 'She took one look at me and asked if I felt well. I answered 'not really, I feel like I have the flu' then she asked the nurse if she was checking my temperature which she replied 'yes'. 

A year-long investigation into UK maternity care has found that `systemic racism´ is experienced by Black, Asian and mixed ethnicity women
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'The doctor was still concerned, she said the patient looks pale (I think she noticed this because she was South Asian) and asked the nurse to check my temperature again, it had soared!' 

After being put on antibiotics and with an assisted delivery, she gave birth to a baby girl. 

She added: 'I later learnt that I had suspected septicaemia and it was captured just in time with the antibiotics drip. I believe that doctor saved my life and my baby's life. 

'I think if I were a white woman, my constant request to check my pain relief (epidural) would have been validated. I felt like [the nurse] thought I was either strong enough or I was exaggerating.' 

Another black woman said she was repeatedly refused strong painkillers. 

She told the report: 'I kept asking them to give me strong painkillers because my stitches were not dissolvable and they had to remove them after five days and it's the c-section stitches that got really infected and my wound started bleeding. 

'So I was in a lot of pain, but they were completely refusing to give me strong painkillers.' 

Melissa Brown, a midwife and officer for Birthrights, told the BBC that maternity services were facing huge challenges.

'We did hear positive examples of maternity care, but there is racism and racial discrimination at a structural and individual level which is putting black, brown and mixed ethnicity women at harm,' she said. 

'There are many complex reasons for poorer health outcomes for ethnic minorities, and racism and discrimination is definitely playing a role.'

The Birthrights report is being sent to MPs and demands urgent action, including diversity training for health care professionals workers.

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10843873/Year-long-inquiry-finds-systemic-racism-UK-maternity-care.html

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Texas school gunman's victims were all in the SAME classroom: Loner killed 19 4th graders and their teachers with guns he was able to buy legally on his 18th birthday despite being known to police for rows with his drug-addict mother

  • Amerie Jo Garza, 10, among 19 child victims killed in the latest US mass shooting at Robb Elementary in Texas  
  • She was shot trying to call 911 along with best friend who ended up 'covered in her blood', grandmother said 
  • Killer Salvador Ramos, 18, told fourth-grade class 'you're going to die' before opening fire, grandma added 
  • Massacre began when Ramos shot his grandmother during an argument at her house before driving a short distance to the school where he crashed his car, went inside, and opened fire on students
  • Friends said he was a quiet kid who was bullied and had become increasingly unstable and violent as he got older, purchasing two rifles for his 18th birthday earlier this month - one of which was found in the school 
  • Biden condemned the violence and called for stricter gun laws, saying it is time to translate 'pain into action' 

 

Amerie Jo Garza, 10 (right), was among 19 children shot dead at a Texas elementary school on Tuesday. Her grandmother said she was killed as she tried to phone 911 while sitting next to her best friend, who ended up covered in her blood

Amerie Jo Garza, 10 (right), was among 19 children shot dead at a Texas elementary school on Tuesday. Her grandmother said she was killed as she tried to phone 911 while sitting next to her best friend, who ended up covered in her blood 

 

The family of Uziyah Garcia, 8, said he was killed in the shooting hours after announcing he was among the missing#Makenna Lee Elrod, 10, was confirmed dead by a family friend late Tuesday night

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Eliahana Torres, 10, was also confirmed dead on Facebook

Steven Garcia and Jennifer Lugo confirmed their daughter, Ellie, was killed in Tuesday's massacre after she had been missing for several hours

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Rogelio Torres is among the dead

Irma Garcia, a fourth grade teacher and 23-year veteran of Robb Elementary, was killed on Tuesday

Eva Mireles, who for five years was the co-teacher with Irma Garcia, was one of two teachers shot and killed at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday

Irma Garcia (left) and Eva Mireles (right), who co-taught fourth grade, were both shot and killed at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday

 

One video at the scene appears to show the suspected gunman, named by Governor Greg Abbott as Salvador Ramos, approach the school while what sounds like gunfire is going off in the background

Salvador Ramos, 18, from Uvalde, has been identified as the shooter. He was described as a bullied loner who slowly dropped out of school due to teasing about his lisp, habit of wearing eyeliner, clothes and his family's poverty

Salvador Ramos, 18, from Uvalde, has been identified as the shooter. He was described as a bullied loner who slowly dropped out of school due to teasing about his lisp, habit of wearing eyeliner, clothes and his family's poverty

 

Salvador Ramos, 18, shot his grandmother before going to Robb Elementary School in Uvalde; engaging border patrol agents nearby in a shootout; and then barricading himself inside the school, killing 19 students and two teachers

 

Salvador Ramos, 18, shot his grandmother before going to Robb Elementary School in Uvalde; engaging border patrol agents nearby in a shootout; and then barricading himself inside the school, killing 19 students and two teachers

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10852761/Texas-school-shooting-Hero-girl-shot-dead-tried-call-911.html

 

 

 

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The Video on the tweet is worth watching

https://www.opindia.com/2022/05/rahul-gandhi-cambridge-india-union-states-european-union/

Rahul Gandhi now says India is not a nation like UK, but a political arrangement like European Union

25 May, 2022
 

On May 23 (local time), Congress leader Rahul Gandhi once claimed India is not a nation. Speaking to The Print columnist Shruti Kapila, Gandhi said India’ is more like a union of states likes European Union and not a nation like Britain.

Gandhi claimed India has been described as a union of states in the constitution. He said, “The exact line is ‘India, that is Bharat, is a union of states’. And the implication of that is there is an ongoing negotiation between this union of states. In the Congress party, we see India as a negotiation between its people. The RSS views India as a geographical entity. That’s the big difference.”

 

https://www.opindia.com/2022/05/awkward-silence-of-rahul-gandhi-at-cambridge-interview-uncomfortable-truth-it-tells-us-congress-prince/

The awkward silence of Rahul Gandhi at Cambridge University and the uncomfortable truth it tells us about the Congress Prince

 

Rahul Gandhi was seen as clueless and pushed himself into a corner with a long awkward silence. Rather than asking the interviewer to rephrase the question to be more precise or maybe directly ask what she intended to know, Rahul Gandhi ended up displaying his lack of ability to comprehend complex issues.

 
 
25 May, 2022
Ra Rahul Gandhi in Cambridge University
 

 

 

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