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Holy moly! The greatest challenges in our educational lives (namely Irodov, O. P. Agarwal and M. L. Khanna, /exhaustive list) seem like a cakewalk compared to this minefield! Compare with the Dharun Ravi case.
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A California law student and a Virginia man dated for six months, exchanging nude pictures and sexually explicit videos to one another. After the romantically involved couple broke up, the man posted the videos and pictures on pornographic websites. The man now faces criminal charges for cyber bullying in a federal court in Los Angeles, as K&L Gates, a Pittsburgh-based law firm, has taken on the case pro bono as a part of the firm's Cyber Civil Rights Legal Project. This cases involves an evolving topic, "revenge porn."
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Illinois recently enacted a law on January 1, 2015 indicating that a post-secondary school may have the right to obtain private passwords to students' social networking accounts if there is reasonable cause to believe that the account contains evidence that the student violated a school disciplinary rule or policy. In order for the law to be rightfully enacted by the post-secondary school with reasonable cause, the institution must provide notification to the student and his or her parent or guardian that the school is requesting or requiring the disclosure of a password.
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Impending Lawsuits
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A California law student and a Virginia man dated for six months, exchanging nude pictures and sexually explicit videos to one another. After the romantically involved couple broke up, the man posted the videos and pictures on pornographic websites. The man now faces criminal charges for cyber bullying in a federal court in Los Angeles, as K&L Gates, a Pittsburgh-based law firm, has taken on the case pro bono as a part of the firm's Cyber Civil Rights Legal Project. This cases involves an evolving topic, "revenge porn."
This case is currently before the Court.
Facebook Password Case
"Facebook helps you connect and share with the people in your life."
But, what if the people in your life want to use your Facebook posts against you in a civil lawsuit? Whether and to what extent online social networking information is discoverable in a civil case is the issue in this particular case.
This case is currently before the Court.













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Illinois recently enacted a law on January 1, 2015 indicating that a post-secondary school may have the right to obtain private passwords to students' social networking accounts if there is reasonable cause to believe that the account contains evidence that the student violated a school disciplinary rule or policy. In order for the law to be rightfully enacted by the post-secondary school with reasonable cause, the institution must provide notification to the student and his or her parent or guardian that the school is requesting or requiring the disclosure of a password.
This law is currently in effect. 
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Dharun Ravi, the roommate of Tyler Clementi, and Molly Wei, a fellow dormitory resident at Rutgers, were involved within a lawsuit regarding cyber-harassment and bullying against Clementi. The suicide of Clementi prompted a law in New Jersey against bullying and cyber harassment. Rutgers also responded by introducing gender-neutral housing, coed dormitory rooms for gay, lesbian, and transgender students who request for the housing, and the implication of new staff training regarding suicide awareness.
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Deconstructing the illusion of the left-right paradigm. If you understand one thing, this better be it.

“When the business interests … pushed through the first installment of civil service reform in 1883, they expected that they would be able to control both political parties equally,” wrote Professor Carroll Quigley in his book, Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time. “Indeed, some of them intended to contribute to both and to allow an alternation of the two parties in public office in order to conceal their own influence, inhibit any exhibition of independence of politicians, and allow the electorate to believe that they were exercising their own free choice.”

“The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to doctrinaire and academic thinkers,” he wrote. “Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can ‘throw the rascals out’ at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy.”

The UK beta-tests everything. Lest you not believe my assertion that the UK is the Petri dish for hyper-surveillance and draconian eavesdropping and monitoring, look no further than this.

Can you hear me now? The NSA is turning the internet into a total surveillance system. Thus is the title of Alexander Abdo and Patrick Toomey’s piece in The Guardian. Remember, what you read about in the Ted Baxter MSM is old, dated and irrelevant. It’s always worse than you think. It’s already beyond horrid. What will you do? What will you say about this?

Another burst of sunlight permeated the National Security Agency’s black box of domestic surveillance last week.

According to the New York Times, the NSA is searching the content of virtually every email that comes into or goes out of the United States without a warrant. To accomplish this astonishing invasion of Americans’ privacy, the NSA reportedly is making a copy of nearly every international email. It then searches that cloned data, keeping all of the emails containing certain keywords and deleting the rest – all in a matter of seconds.

If you emailed a friend, family member or colleague overseas today (or if, from abroad, you emailed someone in the US), chances are that the NSA made a copy of that email and searched it for suspicious information.

The NSA appears to believe this general monitoring of our electronic communications is justified because the entire process takes, in one official’s words, “a small number of seconds”. Translation: the NSA thinks it can intercept and then read Americans’ emails so long as the intrusion is swift, efficient and silent.

That is not how the fourth amendment works.

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LIONEL PODCAST: You Must Believe in the Illusion of Choice
Deconstructing the illusion of the left-right paradigm. If you understand one thing, this better be it. “When the business interests … pushed through the first installment of civil service reform i...
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Study Shows America Has Become More Tolerant of of Nearly Everyone, Except towards all people who are Racist.

By Marcie Bianco
Thursday, March 19, 2015

While the contemporary American climate may be fraught with racial tensions and intense discussions about inequalities for women and minorities, a new study published by the journal Social Forces has concluded that over the past 40 years America actually has become a more tolerant nation than ever before.

The one thing we're not tolerant of? Racists

The study assesses America's collective tolerance of five controversial "outgroups," or minority groups, between 1972 and 2012: "homosexuals, Communists, anti-religious atheists, militarists, and racists." According to its findings, not only have Americans become more tolerant on the whole, but individual generations, especially Baby Boomers (born 1946–1964), have each shown increasing tolerance regarding multiple social issues, most predominately homosexuality.

Tolerance for racists remained the lowest of the five categories throughout the decades — that is, it seems the one thing Americans are not tolerant of is intolerance.

While younger generations may celebrate the study's findings, they must also recognize that tolerance is not equivalent to acceptance. In fact, if this study stresses anything, it's that we need to think more about empathy, and not mere tolerance, as the key toward societal progress.

Tolerance, defined: "We define tolerance as agreeing that controversial outgroups should be allowed public expression," researchers Jean Twenge, Nathan Carter and W. Keith Campbell explain in the study. "Tolerance is an important indicator of how societies treat people with views and lifestyles divergent from their average members."

The researchers discovered that tolerance has a strong positive correlation with education and "individualistic attitudes, including rejecting traditional social rules." The latter factor is particularly crucial for changing levels of tolerance over time; the sloughing off of conservative attitudes in favor of more liberal, accepting ones predicates a seismic change in societal tolerance.

But "tolerance" is not "empathy." Surprisingly, the rise of individualism in America (favoring the needs or desires of the individual over those of the group), which has led to the increase in educational attainment and thus growing tolerance, is also linked to lower levels of empathy.

To tolerate someone's existence is not the same as understanding their physical or emotional existence in the world. The researchers cite the "extreme example" of Tyler Clementi, the freshman at Rutgers who committed suicide after feeling bullied at school:

"[A]t Rutgers University in 2010, a young man (Dharun Ravi)
expressed tolerance of his roommate (Tyler Clementi) being gay, but displayed a lack of empathy by filming Clementi's sexual encounter with another man, leading to Clementi's suicide ... This is an extreme example, but it illustrates that tolerance and empathy can be distinct."

Arguably, it is this division between tolerance and empathy that has hindered additional progress on social issues, perhaps most notably race relations in America, which require more than just a scribbled hashtag campaign on your coffee cup.

Twenge, Carter and Campbell show that America has taken great strides in tolerance — now let's do even better in terms of empathy and acceptance to create real change.

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Study Shows America Has Become More Tolerant of All People, Except towards all people who are Racist.

By Marcie Bianco
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While the contemporary American climate may be fraught with racial tensions and intense discussions about inequalities for women and minorities, a new study published by the journal Social Forces has concluded that over the past 40 years America actually has become a more tolerant nation than ever before.

The one thing we're not tolerant of? Racists

The study assesses America's collective tolerance of five controversial "outgroups," or minority groups, between 1972 and 2012: "homosexuals, Communists, anti-religious atheists, militarists, and racists." According to its findings, not only have Americans become more tolerant on the whole, but individual generations, especially Baby Boomers (born 1946–1964), have each shown increasing tolerance regarding multiple social issues, most predominately homosexuality.

Tolerance for racists remained the lowest of the five categories throughout the decades — that is, it seems the one thing Americans are not tolerant of is intolerance.

While younger generations may celebrate the study's findings, they must also recognize that tolerance is not equivalent to acceptance. In fact, if this study stresses anything, it's that we need to think more about empathy, and not mere tolerance, as the key toward societal progress.

Tolerance, defined: "We define tolerance as agreeing that controversial outgroups should be allowed public expression," researchers Jean Twenge, Nathan Carter and W. Keith Campbell explain in the study. "Tolerance is an important indicator of how societies treat people with views and lifestyles divergent from their average members."

The researchers discovered that tolerance has a strong positive correlation with education and "individualistic attitudes, including rejecting traditional social rules." The latter factor is particularly crucial for changing levels of tolerance over time; the sloughing off of conservative attitudes in favor of more liberal, accepting ones predicates a seismic change in societal tolerance.

But "tolerance" is not "empathy." Surprisingly, the rise of individualism in America (favoring the needs or desires of the individual over those of the group), which has led to the increase in educational attainment and thus growing tolerance, is also linked to lower levels of empathy.

To tolerate someone's existence is not the same as understanding their physical or emotional existence in the world. The researchers cite the "extreme example" of Tyler Clementi, the freshman at Rutgers who committed suicide after feeling bullied at school:

"[A]t Rutgers University in 2010, a young man (Dharun Ravi)
expressed tolerance of his roommate (Tyler Clementi) being gay, but displayed a lack of empathy by filming Clementi's sexual encounter with another man, leading to Clementi's suicide ... This is an extreme example, but it illustrates that tolerance and empathy can be distinct."

Arguably, it is this division between tolerance and empathy that has hindered additional progress on social issues, perhaps most notably race relations in America, which require more than just a scribbled hashtag campaign on your coffee cup.

Twenge, Carter and Campbell show that America has taken great strides in tolerance — now let's do even better in terms of empathy and acceptance to create real change.

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New Jersey Supreme Court strikes down part of bias-intimidation law: The decision could have an impact in the appeal of the bias intimidation conviction that followed the death of Tyler Clementi, a Rutgers University student from Ridgewood who jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge. Clementi committed suicide after his roommate Dharun Ravi used a webcam to spy on his encounter with a man. Ravi was convicted of bias intimidation and invading Clementi's privacy. #lgbt
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NEW BRUNSWICK — The N.J. Supreme Court’s decision this week striking down a portion of the state’s bias crime statute could win Dharun Ravi a new trial in the Tyler Clementi webcam case, his attorney said. The appeal of Ravi’s 2012 guilty verdict that included several bias intimidation charges is still ongoing, according to his attorney, Steven Altman of New Brunswick. But it now takes a different turn, he said. The decision, released Tuesday, struck down the third section of the statute that focused on the victim’s state of mind and said it is the defendant’s intent and state of mind that is important, not the victim’s. Source: http://www.nj.com/
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The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that the state’s unusual bias-intimidation law was unconstitutional, dealing a potential reversal to one of the most well-known hate crime prosecutions in recent history. The state’s statute on bias intimidation is the only one of its kind in the nation in saying that defendants can be convicted of bias intimidation if their victims “reasonably believed” they were harassed or intimidated because of their race, color, gender, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation. The court, the state’s highest, unanimously ruled that the statute was “unconstitutionally vague,” because it does not give defendants fair notice of when they are crossing the line to commit a crime. The court upheld other parts of the statute that make it a crime to intimidate someone “knowing” that it would cause offense. But it struck down the provision that bases a conviction on the victim’s state of mind, ruling that it criminalizes a “defendant’s failure to apprehend the reaction that his words would have on another.” “Whether a victim reasonably believes he was targeted for a bias crime will necessarily be informed by the victim’s individual experiences and distinctive cultural, historical and familial heritage — all of which may be unknown or unknowable to the defendant,” Justice Barry Albin wrote in the opinion. The language on bias intimidation was the cornerstone of the prosecution of Dharun Ravi, the Rutgers student who was convicted in 2012 of using a webcam to spy on his roommate having sex with another man. His roommate, Tyler Clementi, jumped to his death from the George Washington Bridge a few days after discovering posts about the webcam on Twitter, and his suicide became a rallying point against the bullying of gay teenagers. Defense lawyers said Tuesday that the Supreme Court’s decision could affect the appeals in that case, because the judge allowed evidence of Mr. Clementi’s state of mind. The jury found that Mr. Ravi had knowingly harassed Mr. Clementi because he was gay. But it also convicted him based on Mr. Clementi’s “reasonable belief” that he was being harassed because he was gay. Jurors said after the conviction that some of the most convincing evidence of Mr. Ravi’s guilt came from Mr. Clementi’s own complaints and online posts after he learned that he had been spied on. The bias-intimidation statute itself was subject to debate in and around the trial. In his instructions to the jury, the judge criticized the Legislature for the “muddled” language of the statute. And he declined to add the penalties for bias intimidation when he sentenced Mr. Ravi. (Bias intimidation generally elevates a crime, and punishment, by one degree, typically adding months of incarceration.) The judge sentenced Mr. Ravi to 30 days in a county jail, and he was released on good behavior after 20 days. The state appealed, arguing that the bias-intimidation conviction merited at least a prison sentence. But Mr. Ravi’s lawyers argued the bias statute was flawed. “To criminalize a defendant for a victim’s mistaken belief about the defendant’s motive would turn the bias-intimidation statute into a mockery of itself,” they wrote in their appeal. “The Supreme Court agreed with me,” Mr. Ravi’s lead lawyer, Steven D. Altman, said Tuesday. “Now it’s a question of to what extent that affects the rest of the jury verdicts. You’re sitting there hearing testimony about a victim’s state of mind. It’s sympathetic. Isn’t it going to taint and affect how you view the rest of the proofs?” Lawrence S. Lustberg, who argued the case for the state’s Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, said the statute was arbitrary because it could mean that even if two defendants committed the same crime, one could be found guilty and the other not depending on what the victim thought. “The whole idea is that when you commit an act, you’re supposed to know, ‘Am I committing a crime or not?’ ” he said on Tuesday. “If criminal liability depends on another person’s idiosyncratic point of view, the defendant can’t possibly be on notice.” The case involved employees in the public works department in the town of Gloucester, in South Jersey, who were in a garage with a 16-by-8-foot steel storage cage in 2007. A white employee locked a black worker, Steven Brodie Jr., inside the cage. Mr. Brodie said he heard the defendant, David Pomianek Jr., say, “Oh, you see, you throw a banana in the cage and he goes right in,” to which the other white employees laughed. The men unlocked the door after a few minutes, and asked Mr. Brodie if he was O.K., saying they were “just joking around.” Mr. Brodie said the incident left him feeling humiliated, and that the comment had been “racial.” The jurors found that Mr. Pomianek had not known that his conduct would cause offense to Mr. Brodie. But they convicted him because they found that Mr. Brodie reasonable believed that he was purposely intimidated because of his race. The court remanded the case for a new trial. Source: http://www.nytimes.com/
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A criminal trial stemming from a 2010 incident that drew national attention began in New Brunswick, NJ on February 24, 2012. The defendant, Dharun Ravi, allegedly spied on his Rutgers college roommate Tyler Clementi with another man via webcam, and subsequently distributed the recordings via Twitter.
The prosecution claims that Ravi “targeted Clementi for being gay,” and Ravi was indicted on “bias” (aka “hate crime”) charges in addition to invasion of privacy and other charges. But the case is controversial, and the jury must ultimately “decide whether Ravi committed a hate crime or merely pulled a teenage prank…” (Though the episode ended horribly, with Clementi committing suicide, the NJ Star-Ledger noted that “the judge will instruct the jury that the charges against the defendant are in no way linked to Clementi’s suicide.”)
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July 2013

Cover Letter to CNN application


As an example Arwa Damon has cnn's baby if they could figure it out. Sometimes she struggles to just finish reporting events without adding in not just the commentary but solutions. There was a time when the majority of the nations leaders rose from the ranks of journalism one way or the other because they were the ones who took on a vocation dedicated to helping people understanding all the issues and were not by design afraid to speak their mind. As Arwa reports from the ground who as an American is better positioned to not just report the facts but influence the decision and chart the course of American policy in some way? People, leaders among them, want to know not just what's happening but see and hear and be a part of a change and course they can believe in. Now I often think that meeting with el baradei in Egypt and then some scholars and religious leaders from the universities in Tunis and Alexandria and then bringing those people together and making a trip to Syria while not only good news is something that people watching can feel a part of influencing to some extent America's response working to create not an artificial argument or drama but a tangible change. I say she has cnn's baby because it is one thing among many about a way to look at the future course that separates and rises above as well as reflecting a changing attitude about what the core essence of a news organizations on should be and is capable of. From American university students doing research and linking together on websites to elementary school children learning about the issues to those in the region there is an educational aspect, I often think of Candace Bergen as the photographer in Ghandi who was as much a part of the story as the man himself. Many of us don't normally flip through life magazine or completely read the articles but whether television or still photographs we can often peak at least a bit of curiosity and begin to tell a story. A nation stop fighting because of his fast his fast was made important because of her, that in part is the power. The rest is the intelligence about what to choose and how best to proceed. As I learned from sometime learning about Charles Hamilton Houston, the fight in pictures may have often been in the streets but many of the victories were won by charting and selecting the right ideas and cases to move forward whether in the courts as then or with leaders and international agencies as might be the case now. Dharun ravi, Trayvon Martin, stand your ground, affirmative action and the nuns might just be another burgeoning line of cases to end inequality that have fed divisions and misunderstandings and root out the causes but follow through with finding the positives to fill the void of negativity once removed. As Kennedy asked us to find the moon to fill the void then grand projects are designed to also prevent relapse. One can never live in life with a heart void of sorrow joy must fill its place, that is also part of the follow through the having of a child is but the start never an end. But without the organization and knowledge there is no child because no one can raise what only a few select people can discern. The current situation is only destructive and CNN has and will suffer along with the other networks as they have lacked anything more to pull together ideas. Lack of leadership lack of the ability sometimes to prove that even the miracle workers can do nothing with those unwilling to learn. Two sides intent on not finding the common ground is such a situation that should be viewed as not worthy of the time finding the moderates and the issues not just to agree on but the issues each is likely to be able to find support for is the new holly grail and secret sauce that will propel us all forward.

May 2012

Cover to CNN and France24


Remembrance:

I started along time ago making these t-shirts as a way to draw attention to the need for financial regulation and the problems inherent in illegal short sales and non transparent markets.

The issues are not so different from many issues now faced in other industries, selling what one does not own or can not borrow is a problem of piracy faced by many intellectually based industries. The small collection of notes and topical leads I have included from my own personal work some already sent as cover letters some as journal and blog entries some directly to political campaigns as strategy and directional assistance are also included here.

I have noticed that CNN is now reformulating it's entire network ideology around international and human rights and interest issues and stories. Taking the view that the bifurcation that had been FOXs "secret sauce" is failing and creating its own culturally destructive self inflicted wounds. I wrote about and have studied and prepared for these changes in how not only journalism and news is created and delivered but also why the change reflects an opportunity to inspire the fastest growing markets and the young market in the US.

While in part that's analysis it is actually much more than just the ability to identify the opportunity it's having the vision and intelligence to utilize what's identified and create the appropriate content and product that satisfies. I have a unique skill set, that would greatly assist in the networks efforts, to not just take the idea but actually be able to put it into context, something that has been highlighted as a focus of this transition.

Sincerely,

Arik Fetscher


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BEING GAY IS NOW A CRIME!!! 
       
Dharun Ravi, 20, is facing 10 years in prison for little more than a college prank because our Illuminati controllers desperately need to find another "homophobe." 

His hate crime? In Sept. 2010, remotely he turned on his webcam for a couple of minutes and caught his gay Rutgers roommate, Tyler Clementi, making out with a man. He tweeted about this to his friends. 

On Sept 22, he considered doing this again but Clementi, who read the tweets, disabled the computer. 

Nevertheless, that night, for no apparent reason, Clementi decided to throw himself off George Washington Bridge. Since he scouted out the bridge earlier that year, he was obviously a disturbed person with suicide on his mind.

Ravi didn't post any video on the Internet; yet on March 16, 2012, he was found guilty of "invasion of privacy" and "bias intimidation" (hate crime) punishable by up to 10 years. 

CAUSE CELEBRE

Illuminati social engineers need to turn Tyler Clementi into a Gay Martyr in order to guilt society into adopting homosexuality as normal and healthy.

And for Clementi to be a martyr, Ravi must be a hater. Unfortunately for them, Ravi is anything but. He is an intelligent, personable young man who emailed Clementi moments too late:

"I've known you were gay and I have no problem with it. In fact one of my closest friends is gay and he and I have a very open relationship. I just suspected you were shy about it which is why I never broached the topic. I don't want your freshman year to be ruined because of a petty misunderstanding, it's adding to my guilt. You have a right to move if you wish but I don't want you to feel pressured to without fully understanding the situation."

Clementi was also a fine, intelligent young man who played violin in a Rutgers orchestra. But he was socially awkward and often sought friends and advice online. He penned this poignant aphorism, "If opposites attract, why isn't anyone attracted to me?" 

THE ESSENCE OF THE PROBLEM

The problem is that a debilitating developmental disorder is being forced on 98% of the population by the Illuminati bankers and their traitorous minions in media and government. The purpose is to subjugate us.

The 98% who have a visceral and healthy distaste for homosexuality have no rights. 

If you read, "A Story of a Suicide," a 10,000-word account by Ian Parker in The New Yorker (Feb 6), it becomes apparent that this tragedy was caused by forcing homosexuality on heterosexuals.

Dharun Ravi was a 19-year-old with little understanding of homosexuality but no animosity for homosexuals either. 

On numerous occasions, Clementi asked Ravi to give up his room so Clementi could entertain older men that he met online. 

Is Dharun Ravi a criminal because he felt imposed upon?

Is he a criminal because he was curious or possibly repulsed? (He literally didn't know why he was being asked to leave. He was stunned when he saw images of the two men kissing.) 

Is he a criminal because he was afraid Clementi's "guests" might take his possessions? 

Then a normal heterosexual is a criminal.

Forcing heterosexuals to live with homosexuals and be party to their sex acts is the real invasion of privacy and crime.

Dharun Ravi was clearly uncomfortable. He used his dresser to create a private cubicle where he could change unobserved. He naturally feared unwanted sexual advances. 

He came from an Indian family that, unlike degenerate Westerners, was still in touch with reality. 

He worried about what his dad would say: "I don't really care," he said, "except for what my dad is going to say. My dad is going to throw [Clementi] out the window."

CONCLUSION

The hysteria generated by this case shows that Western society has lost its grip on reality. (Thanks to Ian Parker and The New Yorker for helping to maintain it.) 

The Illuminati mafia is calling for Dharun Ravi's blood. Equality Forum, a national gay rights organization, called Ravi's actions "shocking, malicious and heinous" and urged he be found guilty of manslaughter.

"My heart is breaking for their families, their friends and for a society that continues to let this happen," Ellen DeGeneres opined. "There are messages everywhere that validate this kind of bullying and taunting and we have to make it stop. We can't let intolerance and ignorance take another kid's life."

What bullying? None took place. We are not condoning it. This is a feeble excuse to impose homosexual norms on heterosexuals. 

Gay and lesbian groups are calling for more attacks on heterosexuals such as removing gender distinctions in campus bathrooms and housing. 

This is what satanic possession looks like: People champion and protect what is sick and self destructive, and reject what is healthy and natural. 

We are being turned into homosexuals in the sense that, like most homosexuals, increasingly we have sex but not families. Civilization will continue to decline if we allow the nuclear family to be destroyed. 

We will prove the Illuminati right: Human beings are too stupid to be free, and must be kept in captivity.

Dharun Ravi isn't buying it, and neither should we. 

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Due to a spoilt Indian child, Dharun Ravi, an American student committed suicide. Dharun’s mother was worried that his child was not eating properly due to guilt. Such is the state of Indian parenting and kids. Lesser children, these days, learn to say sorry. What kind of a parenting your child/sibling is receiving?

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