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AS US first lady Michelle Obama Cries “RACISM” After THIS Happened at a Target,where do we satnd in an ABSOLUTE Manusmriti Free Market Economy devoid of Humanity? Palash Biswas

AS US first lady Michelle Obama Cries "RACISM" After THIS Happened at a

Target,where do we satnd in an ABSOLUTE Manusmriti Free Market Economy devoid of Humanity?

Palash Biswas

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I am very proud of Two Indian ladies these

days!First,Nandita Das who launched

campaign against racial apartheid of

Fairness.Seond,Kangna Ranawat who

recently refused to endorse fairness.

Geneticall,most of Non Aryan Majority

demography in India remains black,Negroid!

But none of us believes that even Black is  

beautiful!Rather we hate the Black as much

as the white monopoly would not dare.

This is the psyche which is the strength of

FAIRNESS business in India and simply

Indian Media showcasing the FAIRNESS

campaign round the clock endorses RACIAL

APARTHEID against the Majority Population!

In such a hell losing situation,just

think,AS US first lady Michelle Obama Cries

"RACISM" After THIS Happened at a

Target,where do we satnd in an ABSOLUTE

Manusmriti Free Market Economy devoid of


Indian Caste System is not enough to destroy

the indigenous aborigin demography.The

caste system added with racial

discrimination,blatant apartheid practiced

against NON Aryan Geography is the basic

phenomenon of Hindu Imperialism!

Rest of India is so much so detached with the

continuous displacement and ethnic

cleansing of the tribal people against  whom

the Military State sustained monopolistic

aggression since 15th August 1947, just

because  they are black.Most of the SC and

OBC castes roots in Tribal Negroid gene,but

they would not include the ADIVASI in their

BAHUJAN SAMAJ,thoug an utopia which

never did exist as we see how divided are the

Black Untouchable People in India and

everyone of them tries his or her best to boost

the Caste System.Even after that,they

consider DR BR Ambedkar their God

who,contrarily Never did work as a caste

leader and called the Bahujan Samaj,


Ambedkar`s class consciousness is

overlooked by Indian Communists!

We have been insisting gain and again that

Babasaheb wanted equal distribution of

resources and opportunities!

We have been insisting gain and again that

Babasaheb wanted REPRESENTATION not

COOPTION with Reservation!

Communists fail to understand the

phenomenon of Racial Apartheid as much as

the caste identity inflicted Bahujan fail and

both these forces would never try to

consolidate Black Untouchable brotherhood

Pan Indian.Without which we may not resist

neither the Free Market monopolistic

aggression nor the fascism inherent in Hindu


Without addressing the day to day problems

of the North East,the Himalayan Region

across political borders and the tribal

demography countrywide,we may not stand

against the global alliance of Hindutva and

Zionism!Those who live in the untouchable

geography,irrelevant to their caste and class

remain to be persecuted and it is pure Racial


The New York Times reports:

CHICAGO — She looked around and saw herself three decades ago, young and uncertain, from a part of town where success is a struggle, not a birthright. She knew what they had been through, what it was like to take the long way home to avoid gangs, what it was like when the family strained to make ends meet.

For Michelle Obama on Tuesday night, addressing a graduating high school class from the South Side near where she grew up summoned memories and offered a chance to draw lessons from her own upbringing: Never be afraid to ask for help, she told them. Instead of being discouraged by hardship, reach higher.

Continue reading the main story


At a time of roiling debate over the issues of race and opportunity, punctuated by the events of Ferguson, Mo.; Staten Island; and Baltimore, the nation's first African-American first lady has added her voice. It is not a new message for her, but one that has taken on special resonance and one delivered with bracing candor in recent speeches. Along the way, Mrs. Obama has opened a window into her own life, not just in Chicago but also in the White House.


Michelle Obama spoke at several commencements this spring, including at Tuskegee University. CreditBrynn Anderson/Associated Press


Michelle Obama worked her way way through college compiling poorly written essays on racial discrimination. Now, she is talking to People Magazine about a tour she took recently as the First Lady of the United States at a Target store. At 5 ft. 11 in., someone didn't recognize her, and asked Michelle to help her grab something off of a shelf. Which is racism… or something:

The Obamas talked with People magazine about dealing with their "own racist experiences," as the magazine described.

Michelle Obama told one story that recently took place, even as she was first lady of the United States.

"I tell this story – I mean, even as the first lady – during that wonderfully publicized trip I took to Target, not highly disguised, the only person who came up to me in the store was a woman who asked me to help her take something off a shelf. Because she didn't see me as the first lady, she saw me as someone who could help her. Those kinds of things happen in life. So it isn't anything new," Michelle Obama, who is 5'11", said.

She also said that her husband, Barack Obama, was asked to get coffee when he was wearing a tux. "He was wearing a tuxedo at a black-tie dinner, and somebody asked him to get coffee," she told People.

The president told his own experiences. "There's no black male my age, who's a professional, who hasn't come out of a restaurant and is waiting for their car and somebody didn't hand them their car keys," Obama told the magazine.

Via The Weekly Standard

Because racism is so bad in America… That her husband became the President of the United States?

What is shameful about this story is how detached Michelle Obama is from basic, polite gestures of civility. People in stores can be friendly, and now someone who made an unassuming request is now used by Michelle as the poster child for bigotry.

Don't you wish America had a classy first lady, such as Laura Bush? Please leave us a comment and tell us what you think.

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The nauseating reaction to the first lady's speech about being an African American proves that the internet's brightest and whitest are still in deep denial

Michelle Obama gives her address at Tuskegee

Michelle Obama gives her address at Tuskegee Photograph: Brynn Anderson/AP

Tuesday 12 May 2015 20.00 BST





First lady Michelle Obama existed this week, so naturally the internet is very, very upset. Specifically, Obama had the gall to approach a microphone at Tuskegee University's commencement ceremony and say, in the mildest possible terms, that racism is real, and that the eager, bright-eyed Tuskegee graduates should devote their lives to some combination of the following anti-American subterfuge techniques: voting, doing a dance, having self-esteem, becoming teachers, following their dreams, fighting the kind of structural inequalities that historically forced black luminaries to build science labs out of literal garbage, and intermittently hula hooping. Truly a vile brew of verbal witchcraft and reverse-racist skullduggery!

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You can judge for yourself just how controversial the speech was. Here's an excerpt from its climax: "I know that these little indignities are obviously nothing compared to what folks across the country are dealing with every single day – those nagging worries that you're going to get stopped or pulled over for absolutely no reason; the fear that your job application will be overlooked because of the way your name sounds; the agony of sending your kids to schools that may no longer be separate, but are far from equal; the realisation that no matter how far you rise in life, how hard you work to be a good person, a good parent, a good citizen – for some folks, it will never be enough."

Fortunately, the internet's brightest (and whitest) are on the case to make sure that Obama doesn't unravel the very fabric of America itself with her nefarious listing of easily verifiable historical facts, rigorously vetted academic studies, and relentlessly encouraging platitudes. Ride on, brave patriots! Thomas Jefferson is totally waiting to high-five you in heaven!

"Michelle Obama is a reverse racist," one Twitter user helpfully explains. "She attacks white people & gets black people to think they'll have a hard life no matter what. Ugh!!!" Yeah, ugh! When will black people learn to recognise REAL hardship, such as being a white woman under "attack" from incessant George Washington Carver anecdotes in a speech that she voluntarily sought out and hate-watched!?

"I can not believe the negative commencement speech that you gave at Tuskegee," scolded another. "Not uplifting at all." Yo, goateed white dude named Kevin or something, maybe the commencement speech about black people's lived experiences delivered at the historically black college that you did not attend wasn't intended to lift YOU up? Maybe not everything is for Kevin?

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Others described the speech as "racist against white people," "ghetto," "un-American," "uppity," and "a disgusting display of race baiting and division." Rush Limbaugh said that Obama "played the race card", while Glenn Beck delivered one of his rambling monologues about how Booker T Washington totally would have declared racism over in 1968 and only "Harvard know-it-alls" are keeping that silly myth alive.

Black people being disproportionately and spuriously detained by police; candidates with "black"-sounding names being passed over for jobs; black families being trapped in cycles of poverty by red-lining and mass incarceration and forced to send their children to unsafe, impoverished schools – whatever your feelings about our current first lady, these are not opinions. They are facts. Acknowledging them should not be radical. They are simply true, and you either care about them or you don't, and this is not up for discussion.

And as for whether or not you can ever "be enough" for some folks, just look at the internet's response to an erudite, beautiful, Ivy League-educated black lawyer-turned-first-lady-of-the-United-States stating (almost understating, even) the undeniable fact that racism still exists: "boo can get the fuck out anytime you want cunt. Quit whining about how much this country hates you. YOU DON'T MATTER."

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Certain white people, it seems, are so fragile when it comes to discussions of race, they're not even capable of absorbing and accepting basic, observable truths. Forget nuance. Forget dialogue. The depth of white denial – of what's happening right in front of us, and has been happening for centuries – is nauseating. A friend of mine, who grew up a sharecropper on a plantation in the deep south, put it to me the other day: "I'll never understand it. Everything that black folks have put up with and swallowed over the years – and white people are mad at us? Scared of us?"

Here's more from the first lady: "And all of that is going to be a heavy burden to carry. It can feel isolating. It can make you feel like your life somehow doesn't matter – that you're like the invisible man that Tuskegee grad Ralph Ellison wrote about all those years ago. And as we've seen over the past few years, those feelings are real. They're rooted in decades of structural challenges that have made too many folks feel frustrated and invisible. And those feelings are playing out in communities like Baltimore and Ferguson and so many others across this country."

Obviously Michelle Obama can do whatever she wants with the remainder of her husband's term (a good portion of her speech emphasises as much), but I hope this is a harbinger of things to come. How impactful would it be if every speech from now until the end of the Obama presidency used this as a baseline?

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