Shah Rukh Khan Proves Our Point re “Padmaavat” Film

  Last week, we described the film Padmaavat as A Recruiting Film for Taleban & Lashkar-e-Toiba. The film is a great ode to the barbaric Afghani Pashtun conqueror Allauddin Khilji and his total & contemptuous conquest of Hindu kings. You show this film to a young Afghan Pashtun and he will swell with pride about…

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Interesting TACs of the Week (January 27 – February 2, 2018)

Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TAC is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips – our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with our comments. This is an article…

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Padmaavat – Celebration of India’s Culture of Rape & Recruiting Film for Taleban & Lashkar-e-Taiba?

  Remember the barbarically horrific rape-murder of the young woman in Delhi in late 2012, the act that shocked the world & began global condemnation of India’s culture of rape, or sexual predation! Four young men tricked the young woman and the accompanying young man into a van; beat up the young man with iron…

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Interesting TACs of the Week (January 20 – January 26, 2018)

Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TAC is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips – our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with our comments. This is an article…

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China Building a Military Base in Afghanistan – Fruit of a Sapling Planted in 2011?

  Say Afghanistan and 99% of people will say “Pak”istan. Since America entered Afghanistan in 2001, the entire focus has been on the Afghan-NaPakistan border. That is but natural because that border is where the conflict between the Taleban & US forces has raged. But the most obvious, the most active place is often not…

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Interesting TACs of the Week (January 13 – January 19, 2018)

Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TAC is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips – our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with our comments. This is an article…

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Pleasant Fake vs. Harsh Reality – Ancient Edict of Manu & Today’s America

  Tales from a very ancient past tell us about a great flood that swamped the previous civilization. That must have been an enormous flood because references to such a flood are found in many countries around the world. The earliest & most detailed tale comes from India which contains the largest & most geologically…

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Interesting TACs of the Week (January 6 – January 12, 2018)

Summary – A top-down review of interesting calls and comments made last week in Treasuries, monetary policy, economics, stocks, bonds & commodities. TAC is our acronym for Tweets, Articles, & Clips – our basic inputs for this article. Editor’s Note: In this series of articles, we include important or interesting Tweets, Articles, Video Clips with our comments. This is an article…

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Can One Unique Language Enlarge Brain Regions, Improve Memory & Possibly Help in Alzeheimer’s?

  Can one language be unique? Can one language confer significant benefits to its speakers, benefits that no other language seems to? This may be a heretical question to ask in this period that worships “multism” in all areas, but it may be prove to be a very important question. 1.Prologue Many luminaries have sung…

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