brutallyhonestinfant

I say things as it is. Or at least as I feel it is.

Russian Tremors at the Pantheon

The mass of protesters started gathering at the Pantheon around 11 AM yesterday. The skies threatened them with an angry downpour, which never came to pass. Age-wise, they were an assorted bunch; from parents with toddlers to students to the elderly. Country-wise, they were from all over the world; from… Read More »Russian Tremors at the Pantheon

A Disturbance in the Force

This is a cartoon done by Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist Adam Zyglis. He’s great, and this picture pretty much sets the vibe for this post. Hello everyone. This stuff is just weird for me to write but still, here I am. 2020 was a tough year. There’s no easier way… Read More »A Disturbance in the Force

Dismantling Hindu Fundamentalism: Ethnic Nationalism with Fascist Undertones?

I’d like to start by saying that this is not an attack on the believers of Hindutva. More than anything, this is a lament of a 20-year-old who sees his world crumbling before him. Writing this essay from an objective, academic perspective has been extremely difficult for me and I… Read More »Dismantling Hindu Fundamentalism: Ethnic Nationalism with Fascist Undertones?

My Gayversations

READER DISCRETION ADVISED. CONTAINS OFFENSIVE USAGE. It’s been a while since I wrote anything for TGO. I’d like to say that my duties as Co-Editor in Chief has been keeping me busy, but nothing could be farther from the truth. The real reason why I refrained from writing anything was… Read More »My Gayversations

Do face masks actually protect you from Covid-19?

The simple answer is no. But should you wear them? Absolutely   We have all probably heard this question a lot of times: in the news, from our family members, friends, entitled protectors of the freedom of movement and slavery constructivists (though in that case, the question would be followed… Read More »Do face masks actually protect you from Covid-19?

Memes in Politics: The More Offensive, the Better

Trigger Warning: – You might be triggered by some of the memes displayed on this page. I do not agree with any of them, and they’re here for the purpose they serve; Show people the harm they do. We’ve all heard jokes that weren’t exactly, as they put it these… Read More »Memes in Politics: The More Offensive, the Better

Beyond the Wartime Madness: Why the GDP is detrimental to the new century

Alright, so I am gonna crunch a few numbers here. GDP: The Holy Grail of governments seeking re-election, political opponents and journalists; The cradle of the Information Age! Master of the numbers, the Kingmaker! I beg to disagree. It’s high time that we stopped singing praise about this said Yardstick… Read More »Beyond the Wartime Madness: Why the GDP is detrimental to the new century

Blood on the Graveyard: How Global Terrorism evolved from a Freedom Struggle

(Cute Laden) Folks, ya’ll in for a tough read over here. It might get a bit windy and confusing but bear with me. Afghanistan, the Crossroad of Asia, the Graveyard of Empires, land of the Afghanis (which raises the question “Who are the Afghanis?” but honestly, that’s a whole different… Read More »Blood on the Graveyard: How Global Terrorism evolved from a Freedom Struggle