July 3, 2016
Abinta Kabir, Faraaz Hossain, and Tarushi Jain: Real Americans?
No, dear friends, Hulk Hogan is a real America. Abinta Kabir, Faraaz Hossain, and Tarushi Jain are just more Paki parasites who invaded America to drink our blood.
I get so, so tired of being told that brown people are my brothers and sisters because they invaded my country to pick the remaining flesh from the bones of this once great and prosperous White nation my grandparents built.
Do you also get sick of this?
Two prominent American colleges on opposite sides of the U.S. were plunged into mourning Saturday after learning that their students were among the victims of Friday’s terror attack on a restaurant in the Bangladesh capital, Dhaka.
Emory University in Atlanta announced that students Abinta Kabir and Faraaz Hossain were among the dead. Kabir, of Miami, Fla., was a sophomore at Emory’s Oxford College who was visiting family and friends in Bangladesh. Hossain, a junior at the university’s Goizueta Business School, was a Dhaka native.
David Leinweber, an associate professor of history, described Kabir as “disciplined, very smart and very likable” in an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “You knew she was going somewhere.”
Rifat Mursalin, a recent Emory graduate, said he met Hossain when the younger student offered to help him with a project on alleviating poverty in Bangladesh.
“That’s the kind of person he was,” Mursalin told the Journal-Constitution. “He offered to help out of the sheer goodness of his heart.”
At the University of California, Berkeley, chancellor Nicholas Dirks confirmed that Tarushi Jain, a native of India, was also killed at the Holey Artisan Bakery.
Jain, 19, had been on holiday from her studies and was in Dhaka visiting her father, who has run a garment business in the country for the past 15 or 20 years, Indian government sources told the Associated Press.
One of Jain’s classmates described her as driven to improve conditions in Bangladesh.
“She was just ready to take action and make change,” Rebecca Dharmapalan, 20, told the San Francisco Chronicle. “What’s hitting me hard is that she wanted to see so much happen there … she wanted to do everything she could for the people.”
Cry me a river, you faggots.
These people are not Americans and I don’t care that they are dead anymore than I care that the other Pakis are dead. In fact, whereas I feel no emotions at all over the deaths of the other Pakis, I am actually glad these three are dead as it means three less invasive monkeys inside of my base.
If these people didn’t want to get randomly murdered by madmen at a restaurant then maybe they should have created a society where madmen don’t randomly murder you at restaurants, huh?
This sort of thing doesn’t happen in Japan!
You can’t just fail at everything as a society, then come to a successful society, and magically transform yourself into something other than a failure. Basic laws of nature are in play here.
This ancient meme still sums it all up after all of these years.