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pundits: Leaders 13 The Economist November 2nd 2019 Latin America Schadenfreude in the south Economic liberalism is not the cause of the region's discontent versity of Chicago, called for a small state and a big role for citi- zens in providing for their own education and welfare. It has OR DEFENDERS of free markets in Latin America, October was Fa dismal month. In Chile, free-marketeers' favourite econ- omy in the region, protests against a rise in fares on the Santiago evolved-there is, say, more money for poor pupils; but Chileans metro descended into rioting and then became a 1.2m-person still feel underserved by the state. They save for their own pen- march against inequality and inadequate public services. Sebas- sions, but many have not contributed long enough to provide for tián Piñera, the centre-right president, sacked some officials and promised reforms. In Argentina voters booted out the pro-busi- are long. So people pay extra for care. Access to university has ex- ness president, Mauricio Macri, after one term. Instead, they panded, but students graduate with high debts, only to discover elected Alberto Fernández, whose Peronist movement prefers a that the best jobs go to people with family connections. muscular state to vigorous markets (see Americas section). Both countries are rising up against "neoliberal" govern- prices in industries from drugs to poultry. Income inequality is ments, claimed politicians and pundits. Nicolás Maduro, Vene- zuela's socialist dictator, tweeted praise for Argentina's "heroic" people and for Chile's "noble" ones. In this, he speaks for much of the left. His glee is misplaced-because the assump- tions behind it are wrong. Despite its flaws, Chile is a success story. Its income per person is the second-highest in Latin America and close to that of Portugal and Greece. Since the end of a brutal dictatorship in 1990 Chile's poverty rate has dropped from 40% to less than 10%. Infla- tion is consistently low and public finances are well managed. Argentina is a failure, but not for the reasons Mr Maduro ima- need to crack down on oligopolies. Chileans need cheapet, swift- gines. Its economy is in recession, inflation is over 50% and the poverty rate is over 35%. This was not caused by Mr Macri's "neo- nearly half of revenues-and VAT, though efficient, is regressive, liberalism". Inheriting an economic mess in 2015, he made mis- takes of tactics and timing, among them hesitation in cutting the fiscal deficit. But the underlying problems stem from decades of tougher task. He will have to renegotiate debt (yet again), main- mismanagement, largely by Peronist governments, which have led to repeated defaults, currency crises and high inflation. AI- most twice as rich as Chile in the 1970s, Argentina is now poorer. It would benefit from becoming more like its liberal neighbour. This is no argument for complacency in Chile. The Chilean private sector. While Mr Piñera fixes the Chilean model, Mr Fer- model, drawn up in the 1970s by economists trained at the Uni- a tolerable retirement. Waiting times in the public health service Chile undertaxes the rich. Oligopolies have colluded to fix lower than the regional average, but it is high by rich-country standards. More than a quarter of workers are in informal jobs. Even middle-class Chilcans live in cramped housing. Behind the fare-rise rebellion lies a pervasive sense of unfairness. With healthy public finances, Chile can af- ford to deal with these grievances. Mr Piñera plans to spend more on pensions. He seeks to speed up the passage of a scheme to cover cata- strophic illness. He will create a new top in- come-tax bracket of 40%, five points higher than the current rate. Reform needs to go further. Trust-busters er health care and better schools. The tax system relies on vAT for so the state should take less or redistribute more. Mr Fernández, facing an economic crisis in Argentina, has a tain a tight fiscal policy and restore confidence in the peso. He cannot ease the pain by ramping up public spending. It is already more than 40% of GDP, compared with 25% in Chile. In the long run, Argentina will need a smaller state and a more competitive nández would do well to emulate it. The money markets Do the right thing The Fed must fix the jittery repo market-but not by cutting corners OST PEOPLE have-mercifully-not had to think about the money markets since the financial crisis, when obscurities such as LIBOR briefly became part of the discussion. It is time once again to pay a bit more attention because New York's "repo" market is not working as it should. Every day more than $itrn is borrowed and lent by financial firms through repos, which in- volve posting Treasury securities as collateral. The interest rate that borrowers pay ripples through the global financial system. Hence, if the repo market malfunctions, it matters. That is what happened in September, when rates briefly spiked as high as 10%; they should be much closer to the Federal Reserve's target interest rate, which this week was cut to 1.5-1.75% (see United States section). The surge indicated that some finan- cial firms did not have enough cash and were scrambling to get hold of more. Although repo rates have eased back since then, the underlying problem has still not gone away. The cash shortage has three causes (see Finance section). As the Fed has reversed its policy of buying long-term bonds, known as quantitative easing (QE), cash has been sucked out of the system. Also, the underlying demand for cash from financial firms and their clients is rising. That reflects a growing economy and lumpy factors such as a cluster of large tax bills. Higher de- s The Economist: the failure of two Latin American countries has nothing to do with their current Neo-Liberal regimes
pundits: Leaders 13
 The Economist November 2nd 2019
 Latin America
 Schadenfreude in the south
 Economic liberalism is not the cause of the region's discontent
 versity of Chicago, called for a small state and a big role for citi-
 zens in providing for their own education and welfare. It has
 OR DEFENDERS of free markets in Latin America, October was
 Fa dismal month. In Chile, free-marketeers' favourite econ-
 omy in the region, protests against a rise in fares on the Santiago evolved-there is, say, more money for poor pupils; but Chileans
 metro descended into rioting and then became a 1.2m-person still feel underserved by the state. They save for their own pen-
 march against inequality and inadequate public services. Sebas- sions, but many have not contributed long enough to provide for
 tián Piñera, the centre-right president, sacked some officials and
 promised reforms. In Argentina voters booted out the pro-busi- are long. So people pay extra for care. Access to university has ex-
 ness president, Mauricio Macri, after one term. Instead, they panded, but students graduate with high debts, only to discover
 elected Alberto Fernández, whose Peronist movement prefers a that the best jobs go to people with family connections.
 muscular state to vigorous markets (see Americas section).
 Both countries are rising up against "neoliberal" govern- prices in industries from drugs to poultry. Income inequality is
 ments, claimed politicians and pundits. Nicolás Maduro, Vene-
 zuela's socialist dictator, tweeted praise for Argentina's "heroic"
 people and for Chile's "noble" ones. In this, he
 speaks for much of the left.
 His glee is misplaced-because the assump-
 tions behind it are wrong. Despite its flaws,
 Chile is a success story. Its income per person is
 the second-highest in Latin America and close
 to that of Portugal and Greece. Since the end of a
 brutal dictatorship in 1990 Chile's poverty rate
 has dropped from 40% to less than 10%. Infla-
 tion is consistently low and public finances are well managed.
 Argentina is a failure, but not for the reasons Mr Maduro ima- need to crack down on oligopolies. Chileans need cheapet, swift-
 gines. Its economy is in recession, inflation is over 50% and the
 poverty rate is over 35%. This was not caused by Mr Macri's "neo- nearly half of revenues-and VAT, though efficient, is regressive,
 liberalism". Inheriting an economic mess in 2015, he made mis-
 takes of tactics and timing, among them hesitation in cutting the
 fiscal deficit. But the underlying problems stem from decades of tougher task. He will have to renegotiate debt (yet again), main-
 mismanagement, largely by Peronist governments, which have
 led to repeated defaults, currency crises and high inflation. AI-
 most twice as rich as Chile in the 1970s, Argentina is now poorer.
 It would benefit from becoming more like its liberal neighbour.
 This is no argument for complacency in Chile. The Chilean private sector. While Mr Piñera fixes the Chilean model, Mr Fer-
 model, drawn up in the 1970s by economists trained at the Uni-
 a tolerable retirement. Waiting times in the public health service
 Chile undertaxes the rich. Oligopolies have colluded to fix
 lower than the regional average, but it is high by rich-country
 standards. More than a quarter of workers are in informal jobs.
 Even middle-class Chilcans live in cramped
 housing. Behind the fare-rise rebellion lies a
 pervasive sense of unfairness.
 With healthy public finances, Chile can af-
 ford to deal with these grievances. Mr Piñera
 plans to spend more on pensions. He seeks to
 speed up the passage of a scheme to cover cata-
 strophic illness. He will create a new top in-
 come-tax bracket of 40%, five points higher
 than the current rate. Reform needs to go further. Trust-busters
 er health care and better schools. The tax system relies on vAT for
 so the state should take less or redistribute more.
 Mr Fernández, facing an economic crisis in Argentina, has a
 tain a tight fiscal policy and restore confidence in the peso. He
 cannot ease the pain by ramping up public spending. It is already
 more than 40% of GDP, compared with 25% in Chile. In the long
 run, Argentina will need a smaller state and a more competitive
 nández would do well to emulate it.
 The money markets
 Do the right thing
 The Fed must fix the jittery repo market-but not by cutting corners
 OST PEOPLE have-mercifully-not had to think about the
 money markets since the financial crisis, when obscurities
 such as LIBOR briefly became part of the discussion. It is time
 once again to pay a bit more attention because New York's "repo"
 market is not working as it should. Every day more than $itrn is
 borrowed and lent by financial firms through repos, which in-
 volve posting Treasury securities as collateral. The interest rate
 that borrowers pay ripples through the global financial system.
 Hence, if the repo market malfunctions, it matters.
 That is what happened in September, when rates briefly
 spiked as high as 10%; they should be much closer to the Federal
 Reserve's target interest rate, which this week was cut to 1.5-1.75%
 (see United States section). The surge indicated that some finan-
 cial firms did not have enough cash and were scrambling to get
 hold of more. Although repo rates have eased back since then,
 the underlying problem has still not gone away.
 The cash shortage has three causes (see Finance section). As
 the Fed has reversed its policy of buying long-term bonds,
 known as quantitative easing (QE), cash has been sucked out of
 the system. Also, the underlying demand for cash from financial
 firms and their clients is rising. That reflects a growing economy
 and lumpy factors such as a cluster of large tax bills. Higher de- s
The Economist: the failure of two Latin American countries has nothing to do with their current Neo-Liberal regimes

The Economist: the failure of two Latin American countries has nothing to do with their current Neo-Liberal regimes

pundits: Revised from: https://warosu.org/sci/thread/8652216#p8654263 ECO-STALINISM v2.0 Tenets of eco-stalinism: >massive public infrastructure projects (internet, public transport, nuclear energy, hydro-electric dams, etc.) >massive investment in technological development (improving renewable energy, climate study, etc.) >forced population transfers to cities and outside heatwave-affected areas >killing, imprisoning, and re-educating the reactionaries and the ruling class >food rationing and largely-enforced veganism with the eradication of the factory farming of animals >land reform and bulldozing the suburbs to build denser, more-efficient cities >likely some sort of war machine to topple the remnants of imperialism and encourage socialist revolutions across the globe >five-year plans with strict emissions standards, harshly lowering the usage of cars, global shipping, and air travel via Cybersyn-like systems and central planning Literally every single one of these points is going to be needed to deal with global warming this century. We'll need huge infrastructure spending to put us on clean energy, sustainable transport, insulated homes, and so on. Not to mention massive levees and water management projects to prevent important cities from getting swamped. We'll need a massive state-managed relocation program to get people out of danger areas and put up sea barriers, as well as to deal with millions of refugees. All of the oil company CEOS, all the conservative pundits, the anti-nuclear hippies, and so on will have to disappear. Food and water rationing will be required to prevent mass starvation, and new farmlands will have to be perpetually seized as the arable land region changes. We'll have to invade countries that refuse to move to sustainable energy and green living (US, Canada, UK, etc.). I'm net a tankie, but when I look at the reality of climate change.. the droughts and floods, the famine and war it will cause .. The only logical solution I can see is an ecological dictatorship. I am for Eco-Stalinism. A new challenger approaches
pundits: Revised from: https://warosu.org/sci/thread/8652216#p8654263
 ECO-STALINISM v2.0
 Tenets of eco-stalinism:
 >massive public infrastructure projects (internet, public transport, nuclear energy, hydro-electric dams, etc.)
 >massive investment in technological development (improving renewable energy, climate study, etc.)
 >forced population transfers to cities and outside heatwave-affected areas
 >killing, imprisoning, and re-educating the reactionaries and the ruling class
 >food rationing and largely-enforced veganism with the eradication of the factory farming of animals
 >land reform and bulldozing the suburbs to build denser, more-efficient cities
 >likely some sort of war machine to topple the remnants of imperialism and encourage socialist revolutions across the
 globe
 >five-year plans with strict emissions standards, harshly lowering the usage of cars, global shipping, and air travel via
 Cybersyn-like systems and central planning
 Literally every single one of these points is going to be needed to deal with global warming this century. We'll need
 huge infrastructure spending to put us on clean energy, sustainable transport, insulated homes, and so on. Not to
 mention massive levees and water management projects to prevent important cities from getting swamped. We'll
 need a massive state-managed relocation program to get people out of danger areas and put up sea barriers, as well
 as to deal with millions of refugees. All of the oil company CEOS, all the conservative pundits, the anti-nuclear hippies,
 and so on will have to disappear. Food and water rationing will be required to prevent mass starvation, and new
 farmlands will have to be perpetually seized as the arable land region changes. We'll have to invade countries that
 refuse to move to sustainable energy and green living (US, Canada, UK, etc.).
 I'm net a tankie, but when I look at the reality of climate change.. the droughts and floods, the famine and war it will
 cause .. The only logical solution I can see is an ecological dictatorship. I am for Eco-Stalinism.
A new challenger approaches

A new challenger approaches

pundits: NETWORK ON YOUTUBE GUEST APPEARANCES ON THE NETWORK FROM JANUARY 1, 2017 THROUGH APRIL 1, 2018 Henrik Palmgren The graph is a partial representation of collaborative connections within the Alternative Influence Network (AIN)-a network of controversial academics, media pundits, and internet celebrities who use YouTube to promote a range of political positions from mainstream versions of libertarianism and conservatism to overt white nationalism. While collaborations can sometimes consist of debates and disagreements, they more frequently indicate social ties, endorsements, and advertisements for other influencers. Bre Faucheux Lana Lokteff Mouthy Buddha Jared Taylor Each line indicates that two connected influencers appeared in the same Youtube video during the period of January 1, 2017 and April 1, 2018, serving as guests, hosts, or collaborators. The size of nodes are determined by the number of other influencers with whom Wife with a Purpose Tommy Robinson That Guy T Tree of Logic Tara McCarthy they connect-demonstrating how much a given influencer serves as a conduit for viewers to other influencers in the AIN. James Allsup Braving Ruin Mark Collett Chris Ray Gun The colors of nodes are determined by their total connectivity within the network, or how close the Jordan Peterson Colin Robertson (Millennial Woes) Brittany Pettibone influencer is to all other influencers. Joe Rogan Blaire White Styxhexenhammeró66 Blonde in the Belly of the Beast Baked Alaska Some Black Guy Richard Spencer Dave Rubin Jeff Holiday Tim Pool Dennis Prager Andy Warski Ben Shapiro Coach Red Pill Destiny Faith Goldy Owen Benjamin Lauren Southern Candace Owens Carl Benjamin (Sargon of Akkad) Steven Crowder Kraut and Tea James Damore Stefan Molyneux Michael Knowles Black Pigeon Speaks No Bullshit Mike Enoch James O'Keefe Caolan Robertson Roaming Millennial Andrew Klavan Nicholas Fuentes Vee Mister Metokur Mike Cernovich Gavin Mclnnes JF Gariépy Paul Joseph Watson Bunty King KEY Mundane Matt Size indicates how much an influencer is a conduit to other influencers in the AIN (between- Milo Yiannopoulos ness centrality) Computing Forever Color indicates an influencer's total connectivity within the network, or how close the influencer is to all other influencers (closeness centrality) Data & Society Research Institute 10 datasociety.net The Youtube pro-fascist channel network
pundits: NETWORK ON YOUTUBE
 GUEST APPEARANCES ON THE NETWORK FROM
 JANUARY 1, 2017 THROUGH APRIL 1, 2018
 Henrik Palmgren
 The graph is a partial representation of collaborative connections within the
 Alternative Influence Network (AIN)-a network of controversial academics,
 media pundits, and internet celebrities who use YouTube to promote a range
 of political positions from mainstream versions of libertarianism and
 conservatism to overt white nationalism. While collaborations can
 sometimes consist of debates and disagreements, they more frequently
 indicate social ties, endorsements, and advertisements for other
 influencers.
 Bre Faucheux
 Lana Lokteff
 Mouthy Buddha Jared Taylor
 Each line indicates that two connected influencers appeared
 in the same Youtube video during the period of January 1,
 2017 and April 1, 2018, serving as guests, hosts, or
 collaborators. The size of nodes are determined by
 the number of other influencers with whom
 Wife with a Purpose
 Tommy Robinson
 That Guy T
 Tree of Logic
 Tara McCarthy
 they connect-demonstrating how much a
 given influencer serves as a conduit for
 viewers to other influencers in the AIN.
 James Allsup
 Braving Ruin
 Mark Collett
 Chris Ray Gun
 The colors of nodes are determined
 by their total connectivity within
 the network, or how close the
 Jordan Peterson
 Colin Robertson
 (Millennial Woes)
 Brittany Pettibone
 influencer is to all other
 influencers.
 Joe Rogan
 Blaire White
 Styxhexenhammeró66
 Blonde in the
 Belly of the
 Beast
 Baked Alaska
 Some Black Guy
 Richard Spencer
 Dave Rubin
 Jeff Holiday
 Tim Pool
 Dennis Prager
 Andy Warski
 Ben Shapiro
 Coach Red Pill
 Destiny
 Faith Goldy
 Owen Benjamin
 Lauren Southern
 Candace Owens
 Carl Benjamin
 (Sargon of Akkad)
 Steven Crowder
 Kraut and Tea
 James Damore
 Stefan Molyneux
 Michael Knowles
 Black Pigeon Speaks
 No Bullshit
 Mike Enoch
 James O'Keefe
 Caolan Robertson
 Roaming Millennial
 Andrew Klavan
 Nicholas Fuentes
 Vee
 Mister Metokur
 Mike Cernovich
 Gavin Mclnnes
 JF Gariépy
 Paul Joseph Watson
 Bunty King
 KEY
 Mundane Matt
 Size indicates how much an
 influencer is a conduit to other
 influencers in the AIN (between-
 Milo Yiannopoulos
 ness centrality)
 Computing Forever
 Color indicates an influencer's total
 connectivity within the network, or
 how close the influencer is to all
 other influencers (closeness
 centrality)
 Data & Society Research Institute
 10
 datasociety.net
The Youtube pro-fascist channel network

The Youtube pro-fascist channel network

pundits: MRW I start to see far left leaning pundits tease they may vote third party if Biden gets the nomination
pundits: MRW I start to see far left leaning pundits tease they may vote third party if Biden gets the nomination

MRW I start to see far left leaning pundits tease they may vote third party if Biden gets the nomination

pundits: (Burdened by a sinful heart and hiding in some form of shame.) Change the prattprattpratt 26.8m followers channel! Don't be late! View Profile Pundits tell you who to hate! IND VISIBLE Who's a racist? Who's a fake? 24 hours of news to break! Skewering truths, spewing sewage leading mobs of frenzied voices, With two choices, red or blue And key points to regurgitate. Echo chamber ringing, rips the fabric of society. (Followed by an ad for a pill you pop to stop anxiety.) Get your blood a pumpin' with some whisper fueled assumption, About someone who wore somethin' or some singled out opinion among tweeters by the billions "But this one was so outrageous And egregious and alarming!" And you're angry for the anger in your heart that had been forming Is on the verge of boiling over And you try but are unable Like View More on Instagram Chernobyl in your heart the chain reaction is unstable And the blood pressure is higher than the moment just before... And the next commercial thankfully Is a high blood pressure cure. 396,531 likes prattprattpratt There's a rhythm to this madness If you take a sec to look One option is unplug Put down your phone pick up a book But the other option probably is more helpful and realistic Find the humor, check the facts, and try to remain optimistic. Dropping a hot new poem I found. DING-DONGS Ding to the left Dong to the right. The reverberations swell. Ask yourself the question: who profits from my rage? And prevent them from lining up their pockets with that booty. Ding dong!Ding dong! They clang the outrage bell. We're His children despite race, creed, preference or age. Ding dongs on the far right fringes Squeaking mad like rusty hinges. Ding dongs from the far left squad Under God we're indivisible. To stay United is our duty. Fixed on answers outside God. view all 6,486 comments The media plays them like a fiddle Drowning out the healthy middle. Pick your tribe. State your name Add a comment... DISREGARD: WE'RE ALL THE SAME! (Burdened by a sinful heart and hiding in some form of shame.) Change the channel! Don't be late! Pundits tell you who to hate! Who's a racist? Who's a fake? 24 hours of news to break! Chris Pratt: Poet and Philosopher
pundits: (Burdened by a sinful heart and hiding in some form of shame.) Change the
 prattprattpratt
 26.8m followers
 channel! Don't be late!
 View Profile
 Pundits tell you who to hate!
 IND
 VISIBLE
 Who's a racist? Who's a fake?
 24 hours of news to break!
 Skewering truths, spewing sewage
 leading mobs of frenzied voices,
 With two choices, red or blue
 And key points to regurgitate.
 Echo chamber ringing,
 rips the fabric of society. (Followed by an ad for a pill you pop to stop anxiety.)
 Get your blood a pumpin' with some whisper fueled assumption,
 About someone who wore somethin' or some singled out opinion
 among tweeters by the billions "But this one was so outrageous
 And egregious and alarming!"
 And you're angry for the anger in your heart that had been forming
 Is on the verge of boiling over
 And you try but are unable
 Like
 View More on Instagram
 Chernobyl in your heart the chain reaction is unstable
 And the blood pressure is higher than the moment just before...
 And the next commercial thankfully
 Is a high blood pressure cure.
 396,531 likes
 prattprattpratt
 There's a rhythm to this madness
 If you take a sec to look
 One option is unplug
 Put down your phone
 pick up a book But the other option probably is more helpful and realistic
 Find the humor, check the facts, and try to remain optimistic.
 Dropping a hot new poem I found.
 DING-DONGS
 Ding to the left
 Dong to the right.
 The reverberations swell.
 Ask yourself the question: who profits from my rage?
 And prevent them from lining up their pockets with that booty.
 Ding dong!Ding dong!
 They clang the outrage bell.
 We're His children despite race, creed, preference or age.
 Ding dongs on the far right fringes
 Squeaking mad like rusty hinges.
 Ding dongs from the far left squad
 Under God we're indivisible.
 To stay United is our duty.
 Fixed on answers outside God.
 view all 6,486 comments
 The media plays them like a fiddle
 Drowning out the healthy middle.
 Pick your tribe. State your name
 Add a comment...
 DISREGARD: WE'RE ALL THE SAME!
 (Burdened by a sinful heart and hiding in some form of shame.) Change the
 channel! Don't be late!
 Pundits tell you who to hate!
 Who's a racist? Who's a fake?
 24 hours of news to break!
Chris Pratt: Poet and Philosopher

Chris Pratt: Poet and Philosopher

pundits: AMERICAN AAPI SELATION AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICIANS OF INDIAN ORIGIN oF INDE President Suresh Reddy, MD HR77 19500ma.om Prsiec Suduker o M ke August 21, 2019 via email and Fax and Express Mail to USA/London HO richard.horton@lancet.com; editorial@lancet.com Malcolm Molyneux; ombudsman@lancet.com Editor: Richard Horton Viee Peside Anupama Gotimu, M a gllcom Secetary aKMD nd@gmatcom The Lancet 230 Park Avenue New York, NY 10169 USA Treaue jBayan, MD ay om Iee Pst Prsident Nah Parkh, MD 350allom Chair, AA Bardof Trustees Seema Ar Mo .com Dear Mr. Horton, American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, hereinafter AAPI, representing approx. 80,000 practicing physicians in the USA along with the platform for 40,000 Medical Students, Residents and Fellows, is disenchanted and greatly disappointed with your 'Editorial entitled Fear and Uncertainty Around Kashmir's Future published in August 17, 2019 issue of The Lancet (1). Upended by fundamental changes in Technology that have misguided or misinformed the general public, editorials and Journals, including Law and human Rights Advocacy Groups have become more depended with reference to misguided on online facts and analysis Lancet's editorial of Fear and Uncertainty is an exemplum of this misguidance. AAPI along with its counterpart in India and globally, denounces the Editorial not only as premature' but biased and reprehensible for lack of due diligence in research and consultation with proprieties or stakeholders llaGand MD gndhes MSRF Pdent Po nh DO inkhmacom Regienal Directers thuanMO d0 .aom W.Rang MD agightmalcom mVallapurdy, MD co H Bn, MD e a o ajendr thorMD ah on h MD a .om 0y Ma M .com mapa MD kpamagcom ngshGupt MD RvaMD While giving credence to your freedom of press, AAPI is very troubled that your entire editorial is founded on a putative study by Médecins Sans Frontiéres Contrary to the accepted scientific standards of The Lancet, you did not provide the reference to the study by the Médecins Sans Frontiéres. In the absence of such supporting citation, we have no choice other than believing that your statements on the mental health issues in Kashmir are unfounded and not scientifically valid. It is unfortunate that a leading medical journal publishes editorial on a very sensitive geopolitical issue without citing valid studies. i Pa MD lwah com maE MD dvinds Board of Trustees Oar mAr MD e d.com Amit Chakray MD aia H hing, MD .co pa Aaral MD apaagg Shat as@ co S MD doth@ m Aart aalMD aa hom Mukesh Nigam MD Giving the benefit of doubt that your editorial is honestly motivated by your love and compassion to the physical and mental health of the people of Kashmir, we fail to understand why you ignored the mass exodus of Kashmiri Pundits between 1985 and 1995 due to the militancy fueled in the valley by Pakistan (2). The lives of Kashmiri Pundits are also equally precious. Apart from the Kashmiri Pundits there are a number of other people around the world, who deserve the attention of The Lancet, perhaps more than the people of Jammu and Kashmir. sum PunjMD mpunjabihooo At KhMD Aet mm PrvnAria, M Prc Du aw @co Legal Advier HariLaE Administrative Director ija Kedai 600 Enterprise Dr., Ste. 108 P:(630) 990 2277 F: (630) 990 2281 www.aapiusa.org www.aapiconvention.org Oak Brook, Illinois 60523 Tax-ID: 38-2532505 PHYS American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin issues statement against Lancet’s article on Kashmir, says the Kashmir issue is “not important”
pundits: AMERICAN
 AAPI
 SELATION
 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF
 PHYSICIANS OF INDIAN ORIGIN
 oF INDE
 President
 Suresh Reddy, MD
 HR77
 19500ma.om
 Prsiec
 Suduker o M
 ke
 August 21, 2019
 via email and Fax and Express Mail to USA/London HO
 richard.horton@lancet.com; editorial@lancet.com
 Malcolm Molyneux; ombudsman@lancet.com
 Editor: Richard Horton
 Viee Peside
 Anupama Gotimu, M
 a gllcom
 Secetary
 aKMD
 nd@gmatcom
 The Lancet
 230 Park Avenue
 New York, NY 10169 USA
 Treaue
 jBayan, MD
 ay om
 Iee Pst Prsident
 Nah Parkh, MD
 350allom
 Chair, AA Bardof Trustees
 Seema Ar Mo
 .com
 Dear Mr. Horton,
 American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, hereinafter AAPI, representing
 approx. 80,000 practicing physicians in the USA along with the platform for 40,000
 Medical Students, Residents and Fellows, is disenchanted and greatly disappointed
 with your 'Editorial entitled Fear and Uncertainty Around Kashmir's Future
 published in August 17, 2019 issue of The Lancet (1). Upended by fundamental
 changes in Technology that have misguided or misinformed the general public,
 editorials and Journals, including Law and human Rights Advocacy Groups have
 become more depended with reference to misguided on online facts and analysis
 Lancet's editorial of Fear and Uncertainty is an exemplum of this misguidance. AAPI
 along with its counterpart in India and globally, denounces the Editorial not only as
 premature' but biased and reprehensible for lack of due diligence in research and
 consultation with proprieties or stakeholders
 llaGand MD
 gndhes
 MSRF Pdent
 Po nh DO
 inkhmacom
 Regienal Directers
 thuanMO
 d0 .aom
 W.Rang MD
 agightmalcom
 mVallapurdy, MD
 co
 H Bn, MD
 e a o
 ajendr thorMD
 ah on
 h MD
 a .om
 0y Ma M
 .com
 mapa MD
 kpamagcom
 ngshGupt MD
 RvaMD
 While giving credence to your freedom of press, AAPI is very troubled that your
 entire editorial is founded on a putative study by Médecins Sans Frontiéres
 Contrary to the accepted scientific standards of The Lancet, you did not provide the
 reference to the study by the Médecins Sans Frontiéres. In the absence of such
 supporting citation, we have no choice other than believing that your statements
 on the mental health issues in Kashmir are unfounded and not scientifically valid. It
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pundits: the 24 types of bibertarian NO FAIR OVERSIMPLIFYING OUR SIMPLISTIC PHILOSOPHY TO0 SMART FOR SCIENCE 0BVIOUSLY, CLIMATE SCIENTISTS MADE UP GLOBAL WARMING BECAUSE THEYRE SOCIALISTS NAIVE ARROGANT PETULANT IF THE GOVERNMENT WOULD DISAPPEAR, EVERYONE WOULD ACT SENSIBLY AND WED ALL BEELECTIONS BECAUSE WERE TO0 ABLE TO GET ALONG! CLEARLY YOU'VE NEVER READ THE EVIDENCE LIBERTARIANS DON'T WIN PURE AND GOOD! DENIAL-ICAN MORE LIBERTARIAN THAN THOU LEFT-WING TERRIFIED BIG GOVERNMENT IS COMING! THANK GALTIVE STOCKPILED SO MUCH AMMO! JUST BECAUSE VE VOTED REPUBLICAN EVERY ELECTION FOR 20 YEARS IS NO REASON TO CALL ME A REPUBLICAN! M AGAINST THE GOVERMENT AND CORPORATIONS! WE SHOULD PRIVATIZE THE POLICE! PEOPLE WHO CANT AFFORD TO PAY THE COPS WON'T HAVE ANYTHING WORTH STEALING, ANYWAY IM P WHY DOES EVERYONE ALLAYS IGNORE ME? TOO MUCH HEINLEIN THE ISLAND SELECTIVELY FRUGAL THE DEFICIT IS TOO HIGH TO AFFORD ANYTHING FOR THE CREEPY LAZARUS LONG SAID THAT ALL MEN ARE CREATED UNEQUAL ITS NOT MY FAULT IM SMARTER THAN POOR PEOPLE! NO ONE EVER GAVE ME ANYTHING! SO DON'T FORCE ME TO GIVE TO OTHERS! WHY SHOULD HAVE TO GO ALLPOOR! OR THE ENVIRONMENT! THE WAY TO THAILAND TO HAVE SEX WITH A CHILD PROSTITUTE? DRIVES ON PUBLIC ROADS BUT DONT LET THAT STAND IN THE WAY OF My TAX CUT PUBLIC SCHOOL GRAD CHECK CONSISTENT STOCKS WERE UP, SO I SAID: cUT TAXES! THEN STOCKS WENT DOUN, SO I SAID: CUT TAXES! NEPOTIST THE APOSTLE ATLAS SOMEDAY ME AND MY FRIENDS WILL QUIT UPDATING OUR BLOGS AND THE ECONOMY WILL COLLAPSE WE JUST NEED TO TRUST THAT THE MAGIC OF THE MARKET WILL MAKE EVERYTHING WORK OUT! THAT'S WHY IT'S MAGIC! AS THE LATEST OF A LONG LINE OF WEALTHY PUNDITS, I KNOU SUCCESS IS CREATED BY MERIT! IuUST STUBBED MY TOE! CUT TAXES! THE HISTORIAN GUNNER JOE THERE ARE ONLY TWO KINDS OF PEOPLE IN THE WORLD: GUN OWNERS AND SHEEP! AND SHEEP ARENT REALLY PEOPLE BIZARRELY HYPOCRITICAL BRIEFLY TEMPTING THE WAR ON END POLICE ABUSE WARI IVE READ SUMMARIES OF THE FEDERALIST PAPERS MANY TIMES S0 I KNOW THE FRAMERS SHARE MY VIEUS ABOUT EVERYTHING! GOVERNMENT SHOULD STAY OUT OF OUR PERSONAL LIVES EXCEPT FOR WOMEN'S UTERUSES WHERE GOVERNMENT BELONGS! DRUGS RIPICULOUS! eTHE WHITEY CAVEAT EMPTOR NO NEED FOR A NANNY STATE!I CAN TEST MY OUN FOOD FOR BOTULISM! MissiONARY STONED IDO THINK ITS A TERRIBLE AFFRONT TO LIBERTY IF RESTAURANTS HAVE TO SERVE BLACKS! HOU IS THAT RACIST? READ THIS! HEE HEE HEE 24 Types of Libertarians
pundits: the 24 types
 of bibertarian
 NO FAIR
 OVERSIMPLIFYING
 OUR SIMPLISTIC
 PHILOSOPHY
 TO0 SMART FOR SCIENCE
 0BVIOUSLY, CLIMATE SCIENTISTS
 MADE UP GLOBAL WARMING
 BECAUSE THEYRE SOCIALISTS
 NAIVE
 ARROGANT
 PETULANT
 IF THE GOVERNMENT WOULD
 DISAPPEAR, EVERYONE WOULD
 ACT SENSIBLY AND WED ALL BEELECTIONS BECAUSE WERE TO0
 ABLE TO GET ALONG!
 CLEARLY
 YOU'VE NEVER
 READ THE
 EVIDENCE
 LIBERTARIANS DON'T WIN
 PURE AND GOOD!
 DENIAL-ICAN
 MORE LIBERTARIAN
 THAN THOU
 LEFT-WING
 TERRIFIED
 BIG GOVERNMENT IS COMING!
 THANK GALTIVE STOCKPILED
 SO MUCH AMMO!
 JUST BECAUSE
 VE VOTED
 REPUBLICAN
 EVERY ELECTION
 FOR 20 YEARS
 IS NO REASON
 TO CALL ME A
 REPUBLICAN!
 M AGAINST THE
 GOVERMENT AND
 CORPORATIONS!
 WE SHOULD
 PRIVATIZE THE
 POLICE! PEOPLE
 WHO CANT AFFORD
 TO PAY THE COPS
 WON'T HAVE
 ANYTHING WORTH
 STEALING, ANYWAY
 IM P
 WHY DOES
 EVERYONE
 ALLAYS
 IGNORE ME?
 TOO MUCH HEINLEIN
 THE ISLAND
 SELECTIVELY FRUGAL
 THE DEFICIT IS TOO HIGH TO
 AFFORD ANYTHING FOR THE
 CREEPY
 LAZARUS LONG SAID THAT ALL
 MEN ARE CREATED UNEQUAL
 ITS NOT MY FAULT IM SMARTER
 THAN POOR PEOPLE!
 NO ONE EVER GAVE ME
 ANYTHING! SO DON'T FORCE ME
 TO GIVE TO OTHERS!
 WHY SHOULD
 HAVE TO GO ALLPOOR! OR THE ENVIRONMENT!
 THE WAY TO
 THAILAND TO
 HAVE SEX WITH
 A CHILD
 PROSTITUTE?
 DRIVES ON
 PUBLIC ROADS
 BUT DONT
 LET THAT
 STAND IN
 THE WAY OF
 My TAX CUT
 PUBLIC
 SCHOOL GRAD
 CHECK
 CONSISTENT
 STOCKS WERE UP, SO I SAID:
 cUT TAXES! THEN STOCKS WENT
 DOUN, SO I SAID: CUT TAXES!
 NEPOTIST
 THE APOSTLE
 ATLAS
 SOMEDAY ME AND MY
 FRIENDS WILL QUIT UPDATING
 OUR BLOGS AND THE ECONOMY
 WILL COLLAPSE
 WE JUST NEED TO TRUST THAT
 THE MAGIC OF THE MARKET
 WILL MAKE EVERYTHING WORK
 OUT! THAT'S WHY IT'S MAGIC!
 AS THE LATEST OF A LONG LINE
 OF WEALTHY PUNDITS, I KNOU
 SUCCESS IS CREATED BY MERIT!
 IuUST
 STUBBED
 MY TOE!
 CUT TAXES!
 THE HISTORIAN
 GUNNER JOE
 THERE ARE ONLY TWO KINDS OF
 PEOPLE IN THE WORLD: GUN
 OWNERS AND SHEEP! AND
 SHEEP ARENT REALLY PEOPLE
 BIZARRELY HYPOCRITICAL
 BRIEFLY TEMPTING
 THE WAR ON END POLICE
 ABUSE
 WARI
 IVE READ SUMMARIES OF THE
 FEDERALIST PAPERS MANY TIMES
 S0 I KNOW THE FRAMERS SHARE
 MY VIEUS ABOUT EVERYTHING!
 GOVERNMENT
 SHOULD STAY
 OUT OF OUR
 PERSONAL LIVES
 EXCEPT FOR
 WOMEN'S
 UTERUSES
 WHERE
 GOVERNMENT
 BELONGS!
 DRUGS
 RIPICULOUS!
 eTHE
 WHITEY
 CAVEAT EMPTOR
 NO NEED FOR A NANNY
 STATE!I CAN TEST MY OUN
 FOOD FOR BOTULISM!
 MissiONARY
 STONED
 IDO THINK ITS A TERRIBLE
 AFFRONT TO LIBERTY IF
 RESTAURANTS HAVE TO SERVE
 BLACKS! HOU IS THAT RACIST? READ THIS!
 HEE HEE
 HEE
24 Types of Libertarians

24 Types of Libertarians

pundits: r/formula1 Posted by u/BasselDamra. Ferrari . 5h Ferrari & Red Bull are leading a group of teams trying to convince Pirelli to go back to tyres with a thicker tread as quickly possible. as Sports twitter.com 1.8k 268 Share BEST COMMENTS SEBASTIANVETTEL Ferrari 5h "Pirelli doesn't want to change the tyres in the middle of the season" I guess Pirelli kind of forgot that they done that in the past Imao Reply 1.2k Aratho Fernando Alonso 4h 1 Award Pirelli are D&D? 756 i9srpeg Ferrari 4h It sure explain why the latest season is so bad. 278 Ageir9 Daniel Ricciardo . 3h It started nice with Beardy Bottas but it's all downhill after the Leclerc insident. 101 NDawg94 2h Sky pundits: this race really is Ferrari's for the taking Ferrari: I dUn WaNt iT 158 IronCyanide 2h Ferrari to Mercedes: "You are my king". 61 realseanconnery 2h Toto: "COME, BOW BEFORE YOUR KING! BOW, YA SHITS!". 49 Sputniki Ferrari 2h Mattia: "GET THE TYRE STRETCHER". 36 niks 15 Valtte ri Bottas 46m tHeSe tYrEs aRe gONe t 7 dylanc1322. Ferrari 35m Bobby B, what do you say about Merc? T elic Max Verstappen 9m PISS ON THAT! SEND A RAVEN! I WANT YOU TO STAY! I'M THE KING, I GET WHAT I WANT! 2 ArepaConMate 3m HAMILTON ON AN OPEN TRACK, NED! 1 MPCurry Mario Andretti. 1h *Tyerion GasCannister to the council of lords: "And who has a better story than Red Bull the Broken?" 12 JoeGuitar 1h. Sir Frank the Broken 11 MPCurry Mario Andretti. 1h Shit thats so true. Williams being House Stark is a solid timeline OhHelloPlease 1h Mercedes sends their regards 5 Yes, let the hate flow through the subreddits.
pundits: r/formula1
 Posted by u/BasselDamra. Ferrari . 5h
 Ferrari & Red Bull are leading a group of teams
 trying to convince Pirelli to go back to tyres with
 a thicker tread as
 quickly
 possible.
 as
 Sports
 twitter.com
 1.8k
 268
 Share
 BEST COMMENTS
 SEBASTIANVETTEL Ferrari 5h
 "Pirelli doesn't want to
 change the tyres in the middle of the
 season"
 I guess Pirelli kind of forgot that they done that in the past
 Imao
 Reply
 1.2k
 Aratho Fernando Alonso 4h
 1 Award
 Pirelli are D&D?
 756
 i9srpeg Ferrari 4h
 It sure explain why the latest season is so bad.
 278
 Ageir9 Daniel Ricciardo . 3h
 It started nice with Beardy Bottas but it's all downhill
 after the Leclerc insident.
 101
 NDawg94 2h
 Sky pundits: this race really is Ferrari's for the
 taking
 Ferrari: I dUn WaNt iT
 158
 IronCyanide 2h
 Ferrari to Mercedes: "You are my king".
 61
 realseanconnery 2h
 Toto: "COME, BOW BEFORE YOUR KING!
 BOW, YA SHITS!".
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 Sputniki Ferrari 2h
 Mattia: "GET THE TYRE STRETCHER".
 36
 niks 15 Valtte ri Bottas 46m
 tHeSe tYrEs aRe gONe
 t 7
 dylanc1322. Ferrari 35m
 Bobby B, what do you say about Merc?
 T elic Max Verstappen 9m
 PISS ON THAT! SEND A RAVEN! I WANT
 YOU TO STAY! I'M THE KING, I GET
 WHAT I WANT!
 2
 ArepaConMate 3m
 HAMILTON ON AN OPEN TRACK, NED!
 1
 MPCurry Mario Andretti. 1h
 *Tyerion GasCannister to the council of
 lords: "And who has a better story than Red
 Bull the Broken?"
 12
 JoeGuitar 1h.
 Sir Frank the Broken
 11
 MPCurry Mario Andretti. 1h
 Shit thats so true. Williams being
 House Stark is a solid timeline
 OhHelloPlease 1h
 Mercedes sends their regards
 5
Yes, let the hate flow through the subreddits.

Yes, let the hate flow through the subreddits.

pundits: a paw stamping if you're the first to complete the new on a human face forever @DxGGEAUX 55m york times crossword puzzle on any given day and are able to deliver conclusive evidence of this feat, the NYT editorial staff allow you to execute one pundit of your choice. full legal amnesty and all A 528 L 74 NYTimes Wordplay @NYTimesWordplay 34m Whoa there, cowperson. We don't joke about executing journalists around these parts. A 21 L 5 a paw stamping hey don't shoot the messenger. i do not even agree with the policy. i'm simply stating what i know to be true on a human face forever @DxGGEAUX 31m 133 1 4 NYTimes Wordplay @NYTimesWordplay 26m It's not true and it's not funny. Someone will listen to you and think you are serious. No one on our staff has done anything of the kind and if you had a modicum of compassion, you wouldn't post something like this. t 2 16 on a human face forever @DXGGEAUX 24m a paw stamping that's because nobody has solved the new the pundits york times crossword puzzle as of yet. are safe as long as that holds true. keep up the good work A157 2 a paw stamping i can't believe my twitter beef of the day today is with the new york times crossword puzzles department on a human face forever @DXGGEAUX 20m A 180 L 5 6 NYTimes Wordplay @NYTimesWordplay 18m Like I said, a "joke" about executing journalists is the height of unfunny, especially when you've gone through active shooter training as I have. @MollyJongFast, @MaraWilson, you really follow this person? A 1 t 1 13 a paw stamping i personally consider myself politically anti-journalist execution on a human face forever @DXGGEAUX 17m A 65 1 NYTimes Wordplay @NYTimesWordplay 16m That's not what your "joke" implies. And people interpret things in ways you can't imagine. Your "joke" is putting real people's lives in danger. Do you also yell even "Fire!" in theaters? A 1 11 on a human face forever @DxGGEAUX 15m a paw stamping i personally consider myself politically anti-yelling fire in theaters A 68 Me_irl
pundits: a paw stamping
 if you're the first to complete the new
 on a human face forever @DxGGEAUX 55m
 york times crossword puzzle
 on any given
 day and are able to deliver conclusive evidence of this feat, the NYT editorial staff
 allow you to execute one
 pundit of your choice. full legal amnesty and all
 A 528
 L 74
 NYTimes Wordplay @NYTimesWordplay 34m
 Whoa there, cowperson. We don't joke about executing journalists around these
 parts.
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 hey don't shoot the messenger. i do not even agree with the policy. i'm simply
 stating what i know to be true
 on a human face forever @DxGGEAUX 31m
 133
 1
 4
 NYTimes Wordplay
 @NYTimesWordplay 26m
 It's not true and it's not funny. Someone will listen to you and think you are
 serious. No one on our staff has done anything of the kind and if you had a
 modicum of compassion, you wouldn't post something like this.
 t 2
 16
 on a human face forever @DXGGEAUX 24m
 a paw stamping
 that's because nobody has solved the new
 the pundits
 york times crossword puzzle as of yet.
 are safe as long
 as that holds true. keep up the good work
 A157
 2
 a paw stamping
 i can't believe my twitter beef of the day today is with the new york times
 crossword puzzles department
 on a human face forever @DXGGEAUX 20m
 A 180
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 NYTimes Wordplay
 @NYTimesWordplay 18m
 Like I said, a "joke" about executing journalists is the height of unfunny,
 especially when you've gone through active shooter training as I have.
 @MollyJongFast, @MaraWilson, you really follow this person?
 A 1
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 a paw stamping
 i personally consider myself politically anti-journalist execution
 on a human face forever @DXGGEAUX 17m
 A 65
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 NYTimes Wordplay
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 That's not what your "joke" implies. And people interpret things in ways you can't
 imagine. Your "joke" is putting real people's lives in danger. Do you also yell
 even
 "Fire!" in theaters?
 A 1
 11
 on a human face forever @DxGGEAUX 15m
 a paw stamping
 i personally consider myself politically anti-yelling fire in theaters
 A 68
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pundits: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez @AOC Following If by 'the Latina thing,' she means I actually do the work instead of just talk about it, then yeah, I'm doing 'the Latina thing. Unless of course she's talking about being multilingual, which we know isn't a 'Latina thing It's a '21st century' thing Laura Ingraham And Guest Mock 'Anastasio' Ocasio-Cortez For Doi... Laura Ingraham and a guest on her prime-time Fox News show mocked Rep yahoo.com Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez O @AOC Following "How dare they refuse to say their name in a wrong accent & not mangle their own family name so that I can feel more comfortable instead of look inside myself & examine why something as small as *a person's name* makes me uncomfortable in the first place?? This is an outrage!" Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez* Following @AOC By the way: Fox News likes to say my name (incorrectly) as "Cortez," which lI can only imagine is bc that sounds more 'stereotypically' Hispanic probably incites more anxiety' for them Pro Tip: My last name is not "Cortez," just as theirs isn't "Inara" or "Carl" or "Hann ." 5:51 PM -20 Mar 2019 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Following @AOC My last name is Ocasio-Cortez. Full stop. That's my name. No, you can't say "Cortez." l've never used that in my life. "Cortez" is referring to someone else Even if they're trying to be rude + wrong, my dad's last name was Ocasio anyway. (His name was hyphenated too, though.) 6:01 PM 20 Mar 2019 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez @AOC Following For the curious, in Latinx culture children take *both* their parents' names. It's not a "progressive, new thing." It's just how some names work. PR hyphenates, others mark differently. Your last name: the families that came together to make you. AOC is also fine though :) 6:19 PM-20 Mar 2019 imfemalewarrior: endangered-justice-seeker: Some pundits dislike it when people of color pronounce their own names correctly Getting someone’s name correct is a sign of Respect.  -FemaleWarrior, She/They 
pundits: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
 @AOC
 Following
 If by 'the Latina thing,' she means I
 actually do the work instead of just talk
 about it, then yeah, I'm doing 'the
 Latina thing.
 Unless of course she's talking about
 being multilingual, which we know isn't
 a 'Latina thing
 It's a '21st century' thing
 Laura Ingraham And Guest Mock 'Anastasio' Ocasio-Cortez For Doi...
 Laura Ingraham and a guest on her prime-time Fox News show mocked Rep
 yahoo.com

 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez O
 @AOC
 Following
 "How dare they refuse to say their name
 in a wrong accent & not mangle their
 own family name so that I can feel more
 comfortable instead of look inside
 myself & examine why something as
 small as *a person's name* makes me
 uncomfortable in the first place?? This is
 an outrage!"

 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez*
 Following
 @AOC
 By the way: Fox News likes to say my
 name (incorrectly) as "Cortez," which lI
 can only imagine is bc that sounds more
 'stereotypically' Hispanic probably
 incites more anxiety' for them
 Pro Tip:
 My last name is not "Cortez," just as
 theirs isn't "Inara" or "Carl" or "Hann
 ."
 5:51 PM -20 Mar 2019

 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
 Following
 @AOC
 My last name is Ocasio-Cortez. Full stop.
 That's my name.
 No, you can't say "Cortez." l've never
 used that in my life. "Cortez" is referring
 to someone else
 Even if they're trying to be rude +
 wrong, my dad's last name was Ocasio
 anyway.
 (His name was hyphenated too, though.)
 6:01 PM 20 Mar 2019

 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
 @AOC
 Following
 For the curious, in Latinx culture
 children take *both* their parents'
 names.
 It's not a "progressive, new thing." It's
 just how some names work. PR
 hyphenates, others mark differently.
 Your last name: the families that came
 together to make you.
 AOC is also fine though :)
 6:19 PM-20 Mar 2019
imfemalewarrior:

endangered-justice-seeker:

Some pundits dislike it when people of color pronounce their own names correctly


Getting someone’s name correct is a sign of Respect. 
-FemaleWarrior, She/They 

imfemalewarrior: endangered-justice-seeker: Some pundits dislike it when people of color pronounce their own names correctly Getting...