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Surprise, surprise. Not a word of gratitude.
Get your ideas straight where Gandhi fits in the scheme of things and tell me - let me know where you put him.
Explain what Gandhi might have understood and admired about Hitler and about Nazism.
Or be one of the flyweights.
I did not put Gandhi anywhere. His life-form were causing trouble until offered FREE PASSAGE back to India. That shut them up.
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If the corona virus is like his wife, maybe it/she will nag him.
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
'Corona is like your wife': Indonesian minister's 'misogynistic' comment sparks backlash Human rights activists slam a senior Indonesian minister who compared the coronavirus to having a wife, saying "initially you try to control it, then you realise you can't [and] then you learn to live with it."
Except its not true that "human rights activists" (as you clearly hate, sucking up to oppressors such as Harold) are doing this.
The comment has since made international headlines and has been denounced by women's rights groups.
Mike Verawati Tangka, secretary-general of the Indonesian Women's Coalition, said Mr Mahfud's comment was not only "misogynistic", but also out of touch.
"It shows he doesn't have a clear understanding of the seriousness, the gravity and the urgency of the COVID-19 pandemic [in this country]," she told the ABC.
One person who might as well be linked to an opposition party or a foreign funded NGO has commented on this statement.
It was old fashioned and a little crass, but hardly hateful.