- Apr 13, 2013
One thing you can respect Porks for is that their men and women are united and loyal to promoting Pork interests. Their women are not promoting wokeism in Pakistan.Massa Saheb & Coolies circle jerk invitation.
We have discussed about this organizations "Hindus for Human rights" before as well.
This is just a con name - It is run by virulent Hinduphobes & Jhollachappers, aided/abetted by Islamists.
If you visit their timeline you will find nothing about any issues/persecution faced by Hindus. It's just Fascism, Hindutva, Rohingya blah blah.
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Just look as to who has liked the above tweet.
While you are at it, just have a look at that DP,
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Anything stands out??
Yeah this is typical Indian-American involvement in US Politics. The Dems will allow you to maintain a certain degree of self-respect (unlike the Repubs where you have to be like Nikki Haley or Bobby Jindal) but when the time comes, you have to bend the knee to Ummah.
Are bhai ye blackrock wale hai.. they are the big wall street & to be fair only partially responsible for houses prices moving up in some areas. This is hit piece is so that common/low income folks keep renting and filing their pockets. Bloomberg guys wont cross them for bread and butter.
Thanks for your input. Blackrock has just kicked off gaandmasti. Soon things go very nasty.Are bhai ye blackrock wale hai.. they are the big wall street & to be fair only partially responsible for houses prices moving up in some areas. This is hit piece is so that common/low income folks keep renting and filing their pockets. Bloomberg guys wont cross them for bread and butter.
The truth is very complicated on the housing crisis:
1. Blackrock and other hedges combined own only 1-2% of houses in US.
2. People living in small 2 bedroom apt in LA/SF/NY (high rent) etc realized that they can own 4-5 bed houses with nice patio and work remotely at the same monthly expense in subburbs with good internet connection.
3. During Covid ppl were working from home had lesser space working from home. So many people are looking for bigger home and prices went up due to supply-demand issue.
4. 2-3% Mortgage fixed rate with 30 years made capital extremely cheap during Covid.
So yes now if trend continues, it will really become house of renters. But its unlikely as the demand will ultimately settle down and flatten. This is the same thing can be even said about India. I was looking at real estate in MH/pune, and the apt house costed similar to US like Rs 2cr - 3cr. Considering the options available settled buying one in US and its not particularly in cheap state.