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Why do the America based Indians support Donald Trump to make Americans worried of future of America as never before! Americans reject Donald Trump to liberate themselves from history but global Hindutva backs him to rewrite the history! TBH Indians don't give a damn about who the hell Donald Trump is. 99% of the population doesn't know about him. And the 1% that does, know he's a jerk. These select people know him for contentious reasons. Recently he was condemned across the world for calling a ban on all Muslims entering US. He's also running for the 2016 presidential elections, but then so is Dan Bilzerian. Palash Biswas


Why do the America based Indians support Donald Trump to make Americans worried of future of America as never before!

Americans reject Donald Trump to liberate themselves from history but global Hindutva backs him to rewrite the history!


TBH Indians don't give a damn about who the hell Donald Trump is.


99% of the population doesn't know about him.


And the 1% that does, know he's a jerk.


These select people know him for contentious reasons.


Recently he was condemned across the world for calling a ban on all Muslims entering US.


He's also running for the 2016 presidential elections, but then so is Dan Bilzerian.


Palash Biswas


It might worsen the plight of global humanity,specifically the black untouchable brotherhood worldwide that Some Indian-Americans have formed a political action committee (PAC) in support of Donald Trump, the Republican presidential front-runner, calling him the "best hope for America".Indian-Americans for Trump 2016, as the committee is titled, was registered with the country's Federal Election Commission on January 21.


Mind you,U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump thinks India is doing well, but that the country isn't getting the attention it deserves.


"India is doing great. Nobody talks about it," Mr. Trump told CNN's Wolf Blitzer Monday.

Mr. Trump's brief praise for the fast-growing South Asian economy was a reaction to comments he made in a 2007 interview with Mr. Blitzer, in which he expressed concern about the U.S. economy being overtaken by India and China.


"This is only the first step. We are on the side of Trump for this election," AD Amar, a professor at New Jersey's Seton Hall University who is heading the panel, told media.


Trump has repeatedly vowed not to take money from individuals or special interest groups, or see k support from PACs, so the viability of the Indian American organization remains to be seen. There was no comment from the Trump campaign.


"We've gone from a tremendous power that is respected all over the world to somewhat of a laughing stock and all of a sudden, people are talking about China and India and other places," Mr. Trump said and it should be understood what should we expect from this republican if he turns to become the next US President after Barrack Obama.But the Hindutva brigade seems to visualize the galaxy of Hindutva brigade personafied.


On Monday only,mind you,specifically India Incs,FICCI,Indian business and industries that Donald Trump asserted: "That was the beginning of China. That was the beginning of India."


However,The 69-year-old billionaire has been trying for years to capitalize on his brand in India, teaming up with local property developers. In 2014, he announced the launch of Trump Tower Mumbai, an 800-foot skyscraper with 75 stories tobe erected in city's upscale neighborhood of Worli by Indian developer Lodha Group.


"It has been my desire for many years to be involved in a great project in Mumbai, and it is my honor to bring the Trump lifestyles to the citizens of this truly global metropolis," he said in a statement at the time.


Priced from $1.6 million, the three- and four-bedroom apartments in this property advertise indoor Jacuzzis, Poggenpohl kitchen cabinets and automatic toilets.


Before that, in August 2012, developer Panchshil Realty announced another luxury residential property with the Trump name, in Pune, a city about 90 miles from Mumbai. The Trump Towers Pune feature two towers with 23 stories each. Initially expected to be completed by the end of 2015, the project is still under construction.


According to the findings of a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, a third of people who said they would vote in a Republican primary said they favored Mr. Trump to be the GOP nominee, followed by Texas senator Ted Cruz at 20% support and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio at 13%.


His praise for India followed in the same breath. "By the way, India is doing great. Nobody talks about it. I have big jobs going up in India. But India is doing great," he said.

India's $2-trillion gross domestic product is a fraction of China's, at $10 trillion, and that of the U.S. at $17 trillion, according to the World Bank. GDP per capita in the U.S. is around $55,000, while in India it is about $1,500 and in China it is $7,400.


According to the press release, the idea to start a PAC came about last month. Four individuals have been chosen to run the PAC.


"On realizing that the agenda of Donald J Trump for President 2016 is focused on reviving the American economy, rightly bringing America on the world stage, defeating terrorism and establishing peace through strength; many Indian-Americans believe that he is the best hope for America and the right candidate to be the next president of the United States," the PAC said in a statement.


The four 'elected' are: President – Dr. A. D. Amar, a business professor with Seton Hall University in New Jersey; Vice-President – Anand Ahuja, an attorney based in New York, Treasurer – Devendra "Dave" Makkar, a businessman in New Jersey; Chair of Fundraising and Advisory Committee of Indian-Americans for Trump 2016 – Dr. Sudhir Parikh, an allergist and immunologist, as well as publisher of some community news publications, based in New Jersey.


"This is only the first step. We are on the side of Trump for this election," Amar told the Press Trust of India in an interview. "We believe that Trump would be the nominee of the Republican party and he would be the president on the United States," he said.


Amar cited Trump's policies on illegal immigration and economy in particular as the main reasons for the Indian Americans to support him.


It was not immediately clear what kind of support the committee was expecting to generate for Trump, whose boycott of the Republican debate scheduled for Thursday is dominating headlines.It is also not clear why RSS keeps mum of Donald Trump as VHP leaders use the original linguistics and logic of hate and apartheid at home.


American citizens are worried os the Indian support to Donald Trump lest he should get America and American people land into dark age of slavery yet again as Indian people at home opted for!For example look at this message!


TBH Indians don't give a damn about who the hell Donald Trump is.


99% of the population doesn't know about him.


And the 1% that does, know he's a jerk.


These select people know him for contentious reasons.


Nevertheless,Trump, who is self-funding his campaign, has been extremely critical of PACs that other candidates tend to use to supplement their campaigns with outside support and funds.


The Indian-Americans for Trump PAC said in a statement: "On realising that the agenda of Donald J Trump for President 2016 is focused on reviving the American economy, rightly bringing America on the world stage, defeating terrorism and establishing peace through strength; many Indian-Americans believe that he is the best hope for America and the right candidate to be the next president of the United States."


It added, "The officers of the Indian-Americans for Trump 2016 urge all Americans to join in the effort and support Donald Trump in his endeavour to make America great again by electing him the next President of the USA."


Indian-Americans have historically voted Democratic, but many of them have gravitated towards the Republican party in recent years, attracted mostly by its tax-less fiscal conservatism.


The only two Indian Americans ever elected governors — Bobby Jindal in Louisiana (he is now out of office) and Nikki Haley in South Carolina — are Republicans.

And, Hindu Indian-Americans in the party recently started Republican Hindu Coalition, a group modelled on the powerful Republican Jewish Coalition, to raise funds and bolster their clout.


Recently he was condemned across the world for calling a ban on all Muslims entering US.

He's also running for the 2016 presidential elections, but then so is Dan Bilzerian.

In short, he's a living troll.


As media reports,for the first time since he (unfortunately) entered the US presidential race, Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump has made a remark focused on India.

It is quite coincidental with currnt governance of fascism most intolerant in Indian history and the agenda of Apartheid worldwide,the Global Hindutva.


Americans reject Donald Trump to liberate themselves from history but global Hindutva backs him to rewrite the history!


The logic to support Donald trump is quite amazing as there have been many news stories in recent days about Donald Trump's proposed policy on H1-B visas and how that would be bad for India. Trump has advocated raising the minimum wage for H1-B visas, lowering the H1-B visa cap and generally making H1-B visas more difficult to obtain. 


Thus,Trump points out that his competitor Florida Senator Marco Rubio has introduced a bill to triple the H-1B visas and Trump contends that this would lower the average wage because the H1-B workers are willing to work harder for a lower wage because they want to get a green card. 


Nevertheless,News stories in Indian media correctly point out that Trump's proposed policy would hurt the profit of Indian IT companies like TCS, Infosys and Wipro. But actually it may not be bad for India as a country. See, a quarter century ago students used to come to the USA for graduate studies and then they would get H1-B and green card. But now Indian IT companies and also large American companies hire the best talent they can find in India and bring them to the USA on H1-B visas and this continuous brain drain is not good for India.


As far as economics is concerned ,it seems to enhance the damned making in start ups and  apps to sell of India,Indian people ,resources,basic services just for Dollars.It is similar that the Swaraj Bajrangi Brigade launche a kill anyone who eats or keeps beef very recently and then,the governance of Fascism in Haryana allows special license to promote beef eating in foreign countries just for dollars.It is the free sensex economics of outsourcing!


"India is doing great," Trump told CNN in an interview on Monday.Please understand the Trump phenomenon lest it might prove lethal for both United Satets of America as well as India deprting form tradional pluralism and opting for Islam Free world.


"That was the beginning of China. That was the beginning of India, when India — by the way, India is doing great. Nobody talks about it. And I have big jobs going up in India. But India is doing great... All of a sudden, people are talking about China and India and other places, even from an economic standpoint. America has come down a long way, a long way. The United States has come down a long way, and it's very, very sad. We're not respected"


However media reports,even though Trump's sudden respect for India comes as a surprise keeping in mind his views on basically anything or anyone not American, this statement definitely does not mean India is an exception to his profound views. In fact, that very idea is laughable.


But the fact that a US presidential aspirant said that India was doing great just two months after accusing it of taking advantage of the US is quite disturbing.It is rather amusing that Donald Trump had accused India of taking advantage of the US in November last year. ReutersDonald Trump had accused India of taking advantage of the US in November last year. Reuters reported.What a turnaround!


The fear running in the spinal chord of humanity is justified as if Trump miraculously becomes US President in November this year, India will have to deal with some unstable ties with the US — almost on the verge of being bipolar. As recently as November 2015, Trump had actually accused India of "taking advantage of the US".


"If you look at the way China and India and almost everybody takes advantage of the United States — China in particular, because they're so good," The Hindu had quoted Trump as saying.


Of course, this outburst by Trump was not really noticed a lot by Indians because, as the report adds, India was mentioned only once and Trump's focus was more on the "China threat".



Of course, 'taking advantage' is a concept with which Trump is well-versed. Let's not forget he's got two massive projects coming up in Mumbai and Pune. Imagine the hordes of activists, politicians, karyakartas and general bystanders that would gather to protest outside the construction sites of his Trump towers in both cities if he spewed negative pronouncements about India.


The argument can be made that in November last year, he was still a joke candidate — whose views were brushed aside, but by now, has captured the imagination of the American Right and extreme Right to emerge as a genuine contender.


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