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1/D-29
Mar 23, 2010
05:15 AM
What an appallingly ignorant leftist.

Why must she be ceaselessly promoted?
Murtuza Polen
NYC, United States
2/D-32
Mar 23, 2010
07:31 AM
Sorry,she is not a leftist.Arundhati is a fundamentalist Catholic in the garb of a leftist.She wins one booker,and in India she is treated as a knowall.Other Booker winners are treated as less than equals and the media never gives them an opportunity to write.In India and Nepal missionaries and Maoists are hand in gloves,one has all the money and the other the muscels.Hindus should remember the murder of Swami Lakshmananda by the co-ordinated effort of the two.One should not forget how Arundhati was caught writing utter falsehood on non-incidents of Gujarat.
S.S.Nagaraj
Bangalore, India
3/D-40
Mar 23, 2010
08:25 AM
Amy Goodman ends the interview with Arundhati with the words, "Look foreward to seeing you next week in Cambridge with Noam Chomsky"! These three have become quite a triumvirate!
Anwaar
Dallas, United States
4/D-29
Mar 24, 2010
03:57 AM
>> These three have become quite a triumvirate!

A chain of three fools; a perverse triumvirate.
Murtuza Polen
NYC, United States
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