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Poor Debanjan,

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Submitted by Peter Hall (Australia), Jun 10, 2018 at 11:40

Our dear fellow Debanjan, who has been kicked out of numerous Western nations, seems to think that Indians are just randomly kicked out of other peoples country's. Which is quite funny as most indians are hard working and productive citizens and migrants that are welcomed.

However not all Indians are as such, there are ones like you Debanjan, who as a Muslim who likes to stir the pot, and post nonsense, like to create a victim status for you and your fellow Muslims.

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