Friday, October 7, 2016

Trump to headline charity event for victims of terror with special emphasis on Kashmiri Pundits and Hindu refugees from Bangladesh-Washington Examiner

Oct. 7, 2016, "Trump to headline charity event for victims of terror," Washington Examiner, Gabby Morrongiello

"Donald Trump has accepted an invitation to appear next week at a massive charity event for victims of terror organized by the Republican Hindu Coalition.

The event will take place in New Jersey less than a week after the Republican presidential nominee and Hillary Clinton square off in their second one-on-one debate, and will be hosted by a prominent GOP businessman who previously contributed nearly $900,000 to the Trump campaign's joint fundraising fund with the Republican National Committee....

The purpose of the Humanity United Against Terrorism Charity Event is to "raise funds for victims of terror throughout the world with particular emphasis on Kashmiri Pundits and Hindu refugees from Bangladesh," according to its website.

"I am very much looking forward to speaking to thousands of Indian-Americans and others about making America great again," Trump said in a pre-recorded video message. "I look forward to seeing everybody there. It will be an incredible evening."

Kumar has assisted the Trump campaign with its outreach to Indian-Americans and recently defended the GOP nominee as a friend of immigrants despite his sharp rhetoric toward refugees and minorities.

"Mr. Trump is a businessman he has no bone in his body, not a drop of blood that is anti-immigrant," Kumar told Reuters. "He wants to have legal, skills-based immigration.""


Oct. 7, 2016, "Trump's Indian-American fan spreads the word back home," Reuters, New Delhi

"Shalabh Kumar, a Chicago-based businessman of Indian origin tasked by the Trump campaign with reaching out to Asian-Americans, said India and the Indian-American community had nothing to fear from a Trump presidency. 

There may be only 4 million Indian Americans but the potential to develop the relationship with their country of origin, a land of 1.3 billion, was huge, Kumar told a news conference at a hotel in New Delhi that drew a curious audience of about 30 journalists and several TV cameras.

"Our overarching goal is for the 21st century to be an Indian-American century - instead of a Sino-American century," said Kumar, wearing a dark suit and gold-rimmed pilot glasses, his white hair swept back.

"Mr Trump is a businessman - he has no bone in his body, not a drop of blood that is anti-immigrant," Kumar said. "He wants to have legal, skills-based immigration."

The Punjabi-born businessman, who emigrated in 1969 and was converted to the Republican cause by Ronald Reagan, also said Trump's determination to keep Islamic militants out of the United States played well with his community.

Around four in five Indians profess the Hindu faith, while 14 percent are Muslims. Hindu nationalist groups, including many Indian Americans, have applauded Trump's anti-Muslim comments."...

[Ed. note: The primary problem isn't Muslims, it's the US political class. Of all the people in the world who'd like to come to the US, and in the face of Pew reports that 8 to 10% of Muslim immigrants living in the US approve of suicide bombing to defend Islam, the US political class has for decades insisted on flooding the country with Muslims from violent cultures in the Middle East and Africa via immigration and refugee programs, knowingly forcing people into our lives who believe it's fine to kill us to defend their religion. Unfortunately, the actions of the US political class,
deliberately endangering US lives and culture over decades, are defined as genocide. Lemkin expanded defintion at end of this post.]

(continuing): ""There is a war declared on the free world by Islamic terrorists," Kumar said. "We are very happy that India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken a very firm stand."

Kumar said the Republican Hindu Coalition, a group that he set up last year, would hold a cultural event and charity fundraiser in New Jersey on Oct. 15 at which Trump will deliver a keynote address.

Half of the gate receipts would go to victims of terrorism, in particular Hindu refugees from Kashmir and Bangladesh

Added: In the past year alone, at least 62 people have engaged in or plotted attacks in the US in the name of Islam:

0/6/16, "Exclusive: America's enemies within - SIXTY-TWO ISIS attackers and 'plotters' in just a year and more than half of them are immigrants or their children," Daily Mail, by Freya Berry

"Analysis by reveals that 62 people in America (in the past year alone) have launched ISIS attacks or been accused of plotting to help terror group.

They are responsible for 64 deaths and at least 121 woundings, including the San Bernardino and Pulse massacres....34 of those ISIS attackers and alleged plotters were either immigrants or the children of immigrants.

They included six people who came to the U.S. as refugees from countries including Palestine and Somalia."...


Added: Definition of genocide:

 ""What is Genocide?", Gregory H. Stanton, Pres. Genocide Watch 

"Raphael Lemkin in his masterpiece"Axis Rule in Occupied Europe" (1943) invented the term "genocide" by combining "genos" (race, people) and "cide" (to kill). Lemkin defined genocide as follows:

"Generally speaking, genocide does not necessarily mean the immediate destruction of a nation, except when accomplished by mass killings of all members of a nation. 

It is intended rather to signify a coordinated plan of different actions aiming at the destruction of essential foundations of the life of national groups with the aim of annihilating the groups themselves. The objectives of such a plan would be the disintegration of the

political and social institutions, of
national feelings,
religion, and the
economic existence of national groups, and the  
destruction of the 
personal security,  
dignity, and even the

lives of the individuals belonging to such groups.""...


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