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‘Pashtun Papa’: Walmart withdraws offensive product

(EDITOR’S NOTE: As an ethnic Pashtun I’d like to keep my commentary as brief as possible. Personally, I don’t like the word “racism” because it validates a very weak and colonized  paradigm in which the hated minority underclasses must beg their tyrannical overlords for pluralistic mercy.  No brown peoples need this validation as our histories are rich with advanced culture, scientific discoveries, elegant civilization, and widespread knowledge. To the extent these caricatures feed into the Empire’s drone bombings on ethnic Pashtun enclaves in Afghanistan and Pakistan we suggest the promulgation of accurate portrayals of historical Pashtun culture and religion.  We can enlighten others to the principled and disciplined intricate tribal systems that have ennobled Mouqawamah in our regions and prevented our total conquest in the original diaspora since our exile and subsequent dispersal from Palestine over 2000 years ago. Even Organized Jewry has developed a fascination with this subject attempting to appropriate and reframe our narrative. This Halloween product is yet another example of the Talmudist led drive to normalize the stereotyping of Muslims in the West to prevent organic dialogue from shaping positive views of our distant and mysterious Muslim world. While Twitter vigilance has its place, the real eradication of these memes will come about when the isolated communities that drive these false narratives decide to expand their awareness and learn from the beautiful melinated peoples and their distinct imprint on human life.  ~Khanverse) Continue reading ‘Pashtun Papa’: Walmart withdraws offensive product