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"Povertocracy" vs Democracy

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Submitted by Nicholas (United States), Mar 1, 2006 at 22:42

Harrak:

You wrote:

"Democracy in India, I already told you guys that India is a Povertocracy and not a democracy."

No, you did not tell us guys this fact. This was not in your proverbs or in your imam-like proclamations.
This was a word you included in the insults you hurled at Aisha Rahman from India when she wrote on mohammed' wedding to the 9-year-old Aisha. Remember, pal ?

You should make a note to yourself about the things you say. You are getting to be forgetful. When did you see the pictures on dead bodies in Calcutta ? Half a century ago ???
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