Desh Kapoor

Seeker. Searching. Exploring. Indiscriminately chronicling his times.

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Newsletter Health Break

Dear readers - due to health issues (have tested COVID positive), I will not be able to send the newsletter this week.  Not sure how long the break will be. Once I get better, I will start the newsletter again. Until then, please do go through the archives and re-read

19 Dec 21 1 min read
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Traveling Hiatus

“Mentioning the faults of others does not rid us of our own.” ― Suzanne Woods Fisher, Amish Proverbs: Words of Wisdom from the Simple LifeSubscribe now I am traveling to somewhere in North-east US. We are currently in the Amish countryside and will return back to my normal schedule from Wednesday

19 Apr 21 1 min read
Podcasts

21st Century Slavery - a podcast

For those who may have missed our last issue, here is a podcast of the main introduction of that issue, that discusses how we are all victims of a new form of slavery. 0:00/2:151×If you are here for the first time, please subscribe to our

12 Jan 21 2 min read
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Fakery, Facts and the Left

Check this strange connection of the Indian tricolor in Trump supporters’ rally in Washington DC and the blaming it all on the Hindus by a Washington Post journalist! But the guy who waved the Indian Tricolor at the Washington protest rally was Vincent Xavier.  An entrepreneur from Kochi. And a

08 Jan 21 1 min read
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2021 - Happy New Year!

2020 has been a year where we all lived our lives differently and learned that life is about living and not mere accomplishments. 0:00/2:201×2020 showed us the value of each moment.  Each moment carried both life and death with it.  Survival and end waited at

31 Dec 20 2 min read
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How Communists conquered Bengal

For those who may have missed our last issue, here is a podcast of the main introduction of that issue, that discusses how those who try to conquer a society or a civilization use obnoxiousness as a weapon along with violence.  There is a need to counter it for preserving

30 Dec 20 2 min read
Podcasts

Judging Actions - a podcast

For those who may have missed our last issue, here is a podcast of the main introduction of that issue, that discusses how judging someone else’s decisions, specifically in the past is not a great idea.  Worse when those who either have no skin in the game (like the

28 Dec 20 2 min read
Podcasts

O' Nanak - a podcast

For those who may have missed our last issue, here is a podcast of the main introduction of that issue, that discusses how spent a lifetime to establish people into actual spiritual sadhana and work, as opposed to memorizing scriptures. But his legacy has been reduced to the exact opposite

25 Dec 20 2 min read
Podcasts

The Real Liberalism - a podcast

For those who may have missed our last issue, here is a podcast of the main introduction that discusses the essence of real liberalism.  Not what has become a shackling ideology. 0:00/1:551×Liberation is the greatest aspiration of all beings. Done with the shackles of monarchy

24 Dec 20 2 min read
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Genocide by Proxy - a podcast

For those who may have missed our last issue, here is a podcast of the main introduction that summarizes a very detailed discussion on how Pakistan has infiltrated and controlled the crimes and narratives within the Western countries. 0:00/1:501×You don’t have to kill an

23 Dec 20 2 min read
Podcasts

Terror Imperialism - a podcast

In case you missed our last newsletter edition, here is the introduction summary to the main topic as a podcast.  You may want to revisit the edition in case you were not able to read that. 0:00/1:421×Those who purport to “do good” are the ones

22 Dec 20 2 min read
Podcasts

Biden's Hyenas - a podcast

DonkeyHoteyFor those who missed yesterday’s newsletter - please check this quick audio rendering of its main thrust. 0:00/1:111×The liberalism of today is a bloodthirsty and interventionist enterprise that takes a difficult society ruled by a dictator and turns it into a terror-ridden and violence

21 Dec 20 1 min read
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Insightful newsletter of Drishtikone: Issue #172 - The New Rowlatt

Photo by Marija Zaric on Unsplash “Painting is not made to decorate apartments. It's an offensive and defensive weapon against the enemy. (about Guernica).”― Pablo PicassoKarwa Chauth celebrations were seen everywhere.  Let us look at this celebration a bit more deeply. Whenever anyone has broken the boundaries that come with

04 Nov 20 12 min read
United States of America

Was Kamala Harris an Anchor Baby?

Kamala Harris is the new pick of Democratic ticket as the VP nominee.  She is an interesting woman. Her mother was a Tamilian Hindu from India, while her father was a black Christian from Jamaica.  Her father, Donald Harris, did not really raise her.  It was her mother who raised

14 Aug 20 4 min read