Jaimine

An anarchist habituated with critical thinking and passionate to liberate many subconscious minds.

Rational analysis of #HappyDusshera

Brace yourself; “Wishing you a very Happy Dusshera” texts are coming. Rather than changing ‘self’, wishers are expecting ‘others’ to change. Great. Forwarding such texts is cognitively a social pressure, than honestly abiding by it. I received one such ‘nice’ text, today morning. There are many texts, but given below…

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The ‘incoherence’ of #InternetHindus

Brace yourself. They are coming for you, the moment you coherently disagree with their views. You’re not entitled to deviate at all. Be another brick in their “saffron” colored wall or else ‘go to Pakistan’. They resort to strawmen argumentation to ad hominem and will curse you anytime, when you…

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Deciphering the hypocrisy of #IndianSociety

Namaste. Salaam. Hello. If you’re a blind adherent of Indian society, kindly close this tab. If you’re not, kindly scroll down and cherish the hypocritical attitude/perception/judgement of Indian society. To begin with, A hypocrite is the kind of politician who would cut down a redwood tree, then mount the stump and…

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What I ought and what I aught

Note: This article quickly chalks down the radical and rational premises of individualism and individuation. The purpose is to awaken the statists. “All rational action is in the first place individual action. Only the individual thinks. Only the individual reasons. Only the individual acts.” – Ludwig von Mises I consider…

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Reasons why I don’t want India to be a superpower

Mainstream economists and politicians are always immersed with the illusionary episodes on ‘structural transformation’. This phase is “seen”, whereas I am certain that the mass tends to subconsciously circumvent the “unseen” side. This article is my critical attempt to rationally expose the “unseen” costs involved in making, maintaining and middling…

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