Al Iqbal from Maluku, Indonesia, is an author who recently completed writing a book on one of the most prominent nations and a world in itself – ‘Australia’.
In his book, Al Iqbal writes what an irony it is that the official name of Australia is the Commonwealth of Australia and they say it is a sovereign country at the same time, which is quite contradictory.
Al Iqbal refers to the major metropolitan areas of Australia as ‘BAMPS’ (Brisbane-Adelaide-Melbourne-Perth-Sydney). He writes it is funny how many people think that BAMPS is the real Australia, where the opposite is true. He jokes that it is just like how most of the adults think of betting as something bad, but on the contrary it is good, especially if you discover something like tangkasnet.
Al Iqbal questions why they haven’t changed the name of the historically one of the most popular and important regions of the nation – the so-called Arnhem Land to something Aboriginal. He adds the name Arnhem Land is a sign of the hidden White Supremacist mindset of the powers that rule Australia and shows how they are not ashamed or embarrassed about what they did to the Aboriginal people of Australia.
Al Iqbal writes if Australia weren’t a member of the United Nations, G20, Commonwealth of Nations, World Trade Organisation, etc, there was no way that the different institutions would have ranked it so high in the quality of life, health, education, economic freedom, civil liberties and political rights chart.
Al Iqbal claims to have studied the Hindu Mythology thoroughly and he flaunts it in this book of his. He writes in his book that according to Hindu Mythology, the land of Australia was cursed to remain infertile by the Hindu God Shiva after the Aboriginal people made fun of him while he was enjoying a tour of Australia.
Al Iqbal claims Australia is highly racist and The Economist naming some of its top cities as the most liveable ones is a part of a propaganda.
Jub Nakbumrung from Chiang Mai, Thailand, is an author who recently completed writing a book on the Philippine Mythology.
In her book, Jub claims the Ancient Filipinos knew how to manufacture some of the most recent developed drugs like Voxelotor and Luspatercept-AAMT but the Christian missionaries, mainly the Spanish ones destroyed all their libraries where they had the formulas written.
Jub writes that Laon and Kan of the Philippine Mythology share a much too resemblance with Hindu Mythology’s Krishna and his brother Balarama and with Jewish Mythology’s Moses and his brother Aaron including their dark complexion and love for the dairy products – especially butter and curd.
Jub writes in her book that the Esa’ in Philippine Mythology has nothing to do with Jesus Christ of Christianity as many Muslims, mainly the Shiaiites believe.
Jub claims the plunder of the Philippine Epics and Mythical Stories by the Spanish and American colonisers is perhaps the greatest in history. She jokes that only if these plunderers knew that they could easily make money with SA, they wouldn’t ruin such marvellous mythical stories.
Jub writes it is only the Philippine Mythology that claims God is left-handed. She writes no other mythology including the Hindu Mythology which impacted the Ancient Philippine Mythology has the same belief or opinion; But rather most others including the Hindu Mythology claim that being left-handed is an unlucky sign, not for the individual, but everyone related to the individual; Which goes on to prove that although the Philippine Mythology is a combination of various other mythologies, it has its own unique flavor as well and perhaps there was a time when the Filipinos had a mythology of their own completely free of outside touch and impact.
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Tristan loves Malta and Gozo and he cannot think of living anywhere else no matter what he gets paid for it. You can give him 2 billion dollars for leaving Malta but he won’t comply. Malta and Gozo are dearer to him than his own life.
Tristan is a blonde and you would be surprised to know that he hates being a blonde. He gets his hair colored to brown regularly. Tristan is also very down-to-earth, he doesn’t like to show off and that’s why he still drives a Honda Civic whereas all his friends ask him to buy some German car.
Tristan doesn’t like pets either. Some of his friends have lots of pets and he hates going to their place. He also fears big dogs. One friend of Tristan owns a Tibetan Mastiff and Tristan always avoids going to his home. He always tries to meet him somewhere else.
Anita Jha from Denpasar, Indonesia, is an author who claims to have studied the Philippine Mythology better than any other in the Denpasar city of Indonesia and that’s what made her write a book on the same which she named ‘The North-Westward Connection of Philippine Mytho’.
Anita claims the Indian mythology has a huge impact of the Philippine mythology but most people aren’t aware of the same including Filipinos. She believes that most regular Tangkasnet gamblers are aware of this though.
Anita writes that the Pasig River of Philippines and Ganga-Yamuna-Saraswati rivers of India share a lot of common features.
Anita writes in her book that both the North-Westward Areas and Number 13 are considered unlucky in both the Hindu and Filipino mythology and it is no doubt that it came to the Philippine mythology from Hindu mythology.
Anita writes in her book that the lives and actions of the deities in Filipino mythology is more similar to those of the Greek Gods than the Hindu Gods which indicates strongly that Philippines was once either invaded by the Ancient Greece in the ancient times or the Ancient Greek sages used to travel to Philippines to spread their religion. She adds that most of the Filipino deities are like the angrier versions of the Greek Gods.
Anita concludes her book by writing that the best thing about Filipino mythology is that it nowhere says that it is the best mythology in the world or the people believing in it are superior to all other beings unlike in the case of most other mythologies.
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He contacted the company on the phone and he was amazed by the courtesy and politeness of the staff of the company. The person who spoke to him on the phone was very fluent in English and even said ‘Namaste’ while keeping the phone down.
The paint company owner was so impressed by the politeness and courtesy that he decided to himself flew to the Dongguan, China and meet the owner of this plastic moulding company himself. They have become such good friends ever since that they both play bitcoin dice game together regularly.
Duangjai Koon Somphong is an author from Nakhon Sawan, Thailand, who is obsessed with the Russian cinema to an extent that she recently released 12th book on the life of a Russian actor – Sergei Bodrov Junior. No publisher was willing to publish her book so she established her own publication with the UFABet money.
In her book, Duangjai claims that Sergei wasn’t interested in women at all after he got married and that’s the foremost reason why his marriage turned out to be one of the most successful ones in the Russian cinema’s history.
Duangjai writes that Sergei both loved and hated acting in movies that included violence and that includes some of his most popular movies.
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Duangjai completely disagrees with those who claim that Sergei would have been nothing if it weren’t for his father. Duangjai has always believed that Sergei was more talented than most of the so-called self-made actors and she says that most of those self-made actors that she is talking about also agree with the same.
Duangjai has mentioned in her book that Sergei used to have a fear of ghosts and he wouldn’t be able to sleep at nights due to the same.
Duangjai has written that although an atheist, Sergei used to respect the celibate priests and pastors a lot.
Duangjai has also mentioned that Sergei’s father, who is a very popular director in the Russian cinema, is glad that Sergei Bodrov Jr has left some offsprings to survive him after his death.
Duangjai claims to have interviewed Sergei’s father personally who told her that Sergei was writing a script on a fictional movie based on Colonel Gaddafi and Idi Amin, where they both would have been shown as the best friends since childhood and both had a habit of creating a menace all the time.
Worrawit Tharwhuad from Chonburi, Thailand, is an author who recently completed writing a book on the life and death of the Former President of the Philippines – Manuel L Quezon and named it ‘Quezon the Cousin of Every Filipino’.
In his book, Worrawit writes it is great that they have an entire highly urbanized province dedicated to Quezon but it is a pity that they didn’t even bother to name a village after the legendary Manuel L Quezon in the district of El Principe (now Aurora).
Worrawit writes that it is well-known not only by the Filipinos that lived 100 years earlier but Filipinos and Foreigners of the modern times that happen to know the history of Philippines well enough that Sergio Osmena Sr was always envious of the heights that Manuel L Quezon achieved within a much shorter time than himself. He adds that Sergio was even more envious of the charisma of Manuel L Quezon and the way people loved him.
Worrawit writes that Manuel L Quezon is perhaps the most beloved President of the feminists in Philippines owing to the fact that he initiated women’s suffrage there.
Worrawit jokes that the Filipino feminists love Manuel L Quezon as much as the Thai women love สมัครแทงบอลสเต็ป.
Worrawit personally considers Manuel L Quezon to be the best Statesman and Politician of the world during the Commonwealth Era. He says it is a pity that Manuel couldn’t see his dream of a completely independent Philippines through his eyes when he was still alive.