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By Maria Wirth
Some years ago, on a visit to Germany, I met with a few friends from primary school times. Two of them I hadn’t seen for over 50 years, but we were quickly familiar again after we got used to our new (elderly) look. The conversation veered to the Turks in town, around 600 of the overall 6000 inhabitants. “Most of them are not integrating into our society and some buy up houses right in the centre of the town”, a former classmate said.
I mentioned that I have become very wary of pious Muslims ever since I read the Quran. Those who believe in earnest what is written there will never see non-Muslims as equals. They are simply not allowed to. They will have to strive to gain majority wherever they live and then bully us others into submission, if we are lucky not to be killed.
There was silence for a while. Then one friend, a confident, feisty woman, said: “Maria, I think like you do. But I wouldn’t have dared to say what you just said.”
Her comment brought home the power of mass media. For decades ‘political correctness’ has been drummed into us all over the world and many have internalized what they are supposed to say and what not. And maybe we did not even notice that we have voluntarily surrendered the right to free speech which is considered one of the greatest plus points of modern democracies.
It is even worse and more complicated. The right to free speech is there, but the right to speak the truth is under threat. The right to free speech even allows expressing offense and falsehood provided it is aimed at the ‘politically correct’ groups of people. In such cases, free speech is often amplified because mainstream media will gladly broadcast it all over the world.
An example was the false accusation that ‘Hindu extremists’ were behind the gang rape of a nun. Hindus were not given a hearing. They were shouted down in TV studios by Christian representatives and left-liberals. A Bishop and Vatican Radio also went ahead blaming Hindus without any proof. When the Bangladeshi Muslim culprits were caught, the damage to the image of Hindus was done and it was not corrected. No case of hate speech was slapped on those Christian representatives. Not even an apology was made.
Who can be freely attacked and who not is one of the incomprehensible features of political correctness. In spite of the fact that Hindus were victims under Muslim and British rule for centuries with millions of them having been killed; in spite of the fact that Hindus never went on the offensive in the name of their gods, they and their tradition are today fair game for verbal attacks which could be termed as hate speech but is hardly ever persecuted as such. The same seems to apply for Jews. Anti-Semitism is again on the rise in the west and not only among the Muslim population there. It is prominent in universities and hidden in mainstream media.
In contrast, Muslims and Islam are generally exempted from verbal attacks in spite of the fact that mainly Muslim boys become terrorists and in spite of the fact that over the past 1400 years, Muslims were more often aggressors, not victims. The reason is that the motto “Islam is a religion of peace” is the politically correct view and cases of ‘hate speech’ are slapped quickly on those who say otherwise. However there is no further debate on why or whether Islam is indeed a religion of peace except for general claims that Islam exhorts its followers to be good human beings.
In a balanced debate it would become clear that Hindu Dharma (the open-minded, tolerant Hinduism does not deserve an ‘–ism’ as postfix) is a better option for a harmonious, peaceful living together of people of diverse natures, because Islam and Christianity require first all to convert and profess belief in their fixed, yet unproven doctrines before homogenous ‘peace’ can be established. Diversity of opinion is not allowed.
Yet this balanced, unbiased debate never happens. It is studiously avoided. Instead, those who stand up for Hindu Dharma are vilified as ‘Hindu fundamentalists’ and those who stand up for Islam or Christianity are paraded all over the news channels as persons of the ‘correct’ insight. Do you hear in public discourse that “Hinduism is a religion of peace”? You may have never heard it. And if you say it privately, politically correct persons will immediately remind you of the ‘atrocious caste system’.
How have we reached such a state where we cannot have a meaningful debate on what is true any longer? Has truth been thrown out of the window? It almost seems like that. I realized only recently that the ‘correct’ line is now apparently that there is no truth as such. Rather, there are so many truths. Whatever somebody thinks is his truth.
A German friend said exactly this, when I mentioned that it is a sad state of affairs that nowadays it needs courage to speak the truth, especially when it comes to Islam. “There is no truth as such”, he replied. I was taken aback. If truth is not taken any longer as the guiding star, we can as well pack up and stop living.
I tried to make my friend see that though the absolute Truth (that what truly is) cannot be put into words, it nevertheless is present. On another, lower level, a lie is definitely not the truth, even if somebody believes in it. Steadfastly ignoring certain important facts to create a different perception of an issue is also dishonest and akin to a lie. “Satyam vada, Dharam chara” is an ancient Indian advice – speak the truth, do what is right.
Is it so difficult to find out whether the politically correct view is truthful or not?
Let’s take for example the concern to empower women. It’s a worthy concern. But what has happened in the name of feminism and gender equality clearly went overboard and has become harmful.
“Why should I move to the place where my husband gets a job? Why should he not stay where I have my friends?” was a major issue in the early years of feminism in the west. So the discord started right after marriage because one of the two had finally to give in and if it was the wife, she would grudge it, now being aware of ‘gender inequality’.
Further, in the name of gender equality, unequal laws were enacted which favoured women and put men not only at a disadvantage, but in danger to land in jail because their side of the story simply does not count. It is apparently assumed that women are always angels and men always beasts, which is clearly not true. As a consequence, men and women are not anymore complementing each other but opposing each other, and in western societies the family system went bust. Many people there feel lonely and lost, yet the creed of feminism is still adhered to by the politically correct.
Should there not be a genuine debate on this issue? Yet it is not happening. Why is any criticism of feminism shouted down by the so-called opinion-makers in the media? Do they want a defunct society for whatever reason?
When I had finished school in the late 1960s, feminism just started in Germany. If I wanted to be ‘modern’ now, I was suddenly supposed to make a career and as compensation, I didn’t need to know how to cook and could decide whether I wanted children, as it was “my body”.
I remember that some feminists then were even fighting for girls to be included in the 18-months long military training that was obligatory for boys at the age of 18. Many women, including me, did not agree with those feminists, but we had no voice, whereas their voice was heard loudly almost daily in the media. Brainwashing is usually associated with fascist, communist or religious ideologies, but it seems, media, too, are willing henchmen to support it and how effective they are!
Let’s take another example: religion is seen as sacrosanct and freedom of religion is guaranteed in the UN Charter. Yet a clear definition of religion is lacking. Should we not have a closer look at religions regarding what is true about them and what cannot possibly be true? This debate also is not happening. Instead it is politically correct to project Islam as a religion of peace and Christianity as a religion of love, and Hinduism as a loose collection of cults which have many flaws that need to be corrected, preferably by western experts of “South Asia”.
This is turning truth on its head. But why is it done? Do the powerful, influential, wealthy religions of peace and love (both of them gained the huge number of followers through violence and indoctrination) sense that they will be losing out when there is a genuine debate? Hindus would have the upper hand because their tradition is based on philosophy (= love for wisdom) and not on coercion into blind belief.
The insights of the rishis keep being vindicated by modern science and are open to direct, personal experience in this life, provided one purifies one’s inner perception. The followers of the dogmatic religions, however, have to wait till they are dead until they know whether it was true or false what the priests or mullahs told them.
The rishis enquired into truth. “Religion” in the sense of imposing a fixed doctrine was inconceivable for them. Debates on what is true were held in which women, too, participated. The question revolved around how to make life meaningful and fulfilled. The answer they found was: the purpose of life is to discover the truth about ourselves.
Let’s bring truth into our lives and stand by it. Let’s not be swayed by political correctness or other types of indoctrination. Ultimately truth alone is victorious – and maybe it sounds strange, but I am convinced that truth is alive. If it is honoured, it will foster you.
Maria Wirth- originally a German- has adopted India as her motherland. She writes on various issues, including Indian spirituality, traditions and religion. This article first appeared at her blog. She has graciously accepted our request to publish it at NewsGram.- NewsGram
Kishu Inu and Dogelon Mars are some of the more popular canine coins in recent months. Their popularity is demonstrated by the vast amount of trading volume that these cryptocurrencies receive.
At the time of writing, Kishu Inu has a trading volume exceeding $10 million and Dogelon Mars has an even larger trading volume that surpasses $30 million.
An interesting difference between the two canine cryptos is that Dogelon Mars actually has no White Paper; its tokenomics are available in the frequently asked question (FAQ) section of their website.
HUH Token is a new exciting cryptocurrency that has just released its White Paper for the public to examine. HUH Token is still in presale, but the window to become a holder before any potential price increase is quickly disappearing.
HUH Token has introduced an incentive for those who are contemplating joining their growing community. Those who purchase HUH Token during the presale will receive 25% more tokens than if they bought afterwards.
This amount is increased to 35% if that deposit is worth more than $1000, an exciting opportunity to accumulate tokens ahead of the curve.
Dogelon Mars, while unconventionally, has released its tokenomic information in its FAQs. The total supply of Dogelon Mars is one quadrillion. Upon release, they had burned 50% of their tokens in a wallet dedicated to Vitalik Buterin to ensure fair distribution. The remaining 50% was provided as liquidity on Ether and Uniswap. The idea was to provide the community with the resources to help those who have been victims of rug pulls and scams.
Kishu Inu did release a full White Paper and their information is available to everyone. In their white paper, they outline their project and what they would like to accomplish moving forward. Their three fundamental principles included are transparency and community, trust and longevity.
Kishu Inu has a maximum supply of 100 quadrillion, and the amount is very high so that their holders can benefit from their reward system. Kishu Inu grants 2% of each transaction made to all Kishu Inu wallet holders. The higher the trading volume, the more rewards are disbursed.
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HUH Token have only recently released their whitepaper, and many who have been excited to see the project develop will be taking a close look. HUH Token have coined the term ‘Utimeme’ as a way to describe their token, taking both aspects from a meme and utility token. HUH Token utilises a compound growth effect for those who hold onto their crypto.
Much like Kishu Inu in their whitepaper, the more trade volume that involves HUH Token the more of the token will be redistributed to all HUH Token wallets. The amount depends on the amount of HUH Token someone owns. Therefore if someone owns 0.5% of the supply, then 0.5% of HUH rewards will be reflected into their account. This ensures that fair distribution is achieved as the reward reflects the amount of faith placed in the project.
Additionally, HUH Token are introducing their own social platform. It will be known as MetHUH, and users can generate sentiment tokens that can then be traded for HUH Tokens. Individuals will sign up as either an influencer or as a user.
Influencers will post content and users will interact with that content. A wallet must be connected in order to claim tokens and rewards. The White Paper contains a vast amount of information regarding MetHUH, and it is encouraged that those wanting to become a part of their community read it.
This, and much more, are included in the White Paper and a common theme is apparent throughout. HUH Token has provided a large number of ways for individuals to grow their wealth over time. The reward systems are abundant, the opportunities to generate more HUH Token and even BNB rewards through a referral system are enough to create additional income.
Kishu Inu and Dogelon Mars have shown their prowess as meme cryptos on the market. The information on their respective White Papers, and lack thereof in Dogelon Mars’s case, seems to pale compared to the comprehensive explanation in HUH Token’s White Paper. As this is one of the last opportunities to join HUH Token’s presale, anyone who has been enticed by what their White Paper has to offer should consider joining sooner rather than later.
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It’s also great to note that Shiba Inu made a triumphant crypto market return this week and the reign of the dog continues though with HUH Token’s White Paper release it could see the ‘Utimeme’ token break out of the atmosphere on its December 6th launch and surpass Shiba Inu for altcoin supremacy.
Here are some of my highlights of HUH Token’s White Paper release and why me and you should be excited for HUH Token’s launch on Monday!
As well as a look at why Shiba Inu might have rose back to the top dog spot this week.
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HUH Token’s White Paper release could just be December’s utter-most crypto news, or at least a very close second to HUH Token’s December 6th launch… though as the White Paper was released to today the already iconic HUH Token dropped the mic.
And it’s one-hell-of-a-read and it’s true that the brilliance is in the detail.
One aspect of HUH Token’s White Paper that stood out to me and appears to have become a noteworthy point for other crypto lovers is that HUH Token want to facilitate access to technology, and this could see the future of cryptocurrency in its infancy.
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Inspired by Shiba Inu’s harnessing of influence into currency, HUH Token have seen the potentially that all can create content and be rewarded from this by HUH Token and by doing this, countries could see a healthier financial economy.
Though, one of the ways that HUH Token are endeavouring to build such an equilibrium inside of their MetaHUH for its holders is to use Smart Contracts, which could enhance static reward systems that incentivises HUH Token holders to hold until gold.
These smart contracts are supposed to help protect HUH Token holders from market fluctuations and that’s something unparalleled on the market.
This is also backed up by HUH Token’s use of a multichain (Ethereum and Binance) as well it’s ‘Utimeme’ power.
HUH Token’s Utimeme brilliance will allow the influence of meme coins to be harnessed for usability as well, and that’s one of the reasons that could see HUH Token surpass Shiba Inu when it’s released on December 6th.
The Early Bird Catches the Worm
Today is exciting and not simply because it’s a Friday, but because HUH Token released their White Paper, and this coming Monday will see the launch of one of the most awaited cryptocurrencies of 2021.
With some brain tingling ideas and aims from HUH Token it’s no wonder that its presale holders would have skyrocketed today, and you could be one of them who benefits from a 35% bonus on top of a $1000 deposit with HUH Token.
Though, it’s advised that you take a look around and read some other White Papers of other cryptocurrencies to make sure you’re becoming a holder of a crypto that serves you.
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Not only this but Shiba Inu’s mastery of the altcoin world could be coming to an end on HUH Token’s December 6th release if the aims, goals and technology in the White Paper are anything to go by.
Also, how Shiba Inu have managed to harness the power of influence.
But taking a peak behind the White Paper could offer you many wonders and grant the light that HUH Token deserves.
The Influence of Cute!
Shiba Inu harnessed something in August 2020 and that was the power of influence, which spawned many other dog-based and meme coins from its tremendous success.
Shiba Inu managed to demonstrate to seasoned crypto investors and whale cryptocurrencies that the power of the people is strong and it’s something that could be harnessed to propel not only the crypto world but the individual wins of crypto holders as well.
And so was born the creation of influence-based cryptocurrency and it’s given birth to the kind of innovation that whale cryptocurrencies just might not be able to conjure-up anymore.
It’s because of altcoins like Shiba Inu that more and more people are cottoning on the exponential possibilities that cryptocurrency can offer, not just to you, but to the world as a whole… and because of this pioneering spirit of Shiba Inu, Dogecoin and other altcoins presented emerging currencies like HUH Token with a rare opportunity that their White Paper shows they’re willing to undertake.
HUH? The White Wizard.
HUH Token’s White Paper release today saw the December 6th launching cryptocurrency hit new heights because of its pioneering ways in both technology and holder-centric notions.
The lengthy and heavily detailed White Paper explains what is in hold of the future of HUH Token, HUH Nation and MetHUH.
HUH Token intend to use influence and content as currency and for that reason could possibly be one of the biggest altcoins on the market, because like Shiba Inu, HUH Token see the power of the people and what that can do for them and their communities.
With many wonderfully amazing adages to the cryptocurrency world, HUH Token is pioneering multichain technology across both Ethereum and Binance blockchains but also redistributing rewards and returns through reflection technology.
The reward system another area where HUH Token could be unique to the cryptocurrency world because it offers four distinct routes to achieving reward receival.
They are as follows and you might want to peel your eyes for this one and makes sure you’re not on the edge of your seats… there might be no where else to go from that point:
Rewards will be sent to you in BNB (Binance Coin) and sent to a relevant wallet.
Claim Reward in Token of Choice
Your reward could be in ETH, USDT, MATIC and Others.
Claim to Another Wallet
Holders can use different wallets.
Claim As a Mix of The Above Two
Allows reward holders to gift any amount to another HUH holder.
(With this HUH Token hope to incentivise the gift of giving and strengthen HUH Token’s community)
The Influence of the Future
Influence and content are everything in a technological age and for that reason HUH Token and Shiba Inu spotted a niche to be harnessed and spread through holders of their cryptocurrencies and beyond.
The ever-growing cryptocurrency worlds of Shiba Inu and HUH Token are heading for the stratosphere, and you could be a long for the ride.
Be sure to do you research and read Shiba’s website and HUH Token’s White Paper before its launch on December 6th.
if HUH Token’s White Paper is too good to resist then you could benefit from a 35% presale top up on a $1000 deposit, but that bonus won’t be there for long.
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