Harvard WSJ misquoting Brahmins

Piketty did it - coined "Brahmin Left". Now a partial plagiarism to try and fit the word Brahmin with Bailout by an author, who typically spews venom on India. In this hangout, Nikunj Trivedi, President of CoHNA, details his letter to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), pointing out the deliberate misuse (and abuse) of the word Brahmin and goes on to say that it leads one to believe that the WSJ supports its authors who deliberately show Hinduphobia.

Piketty did it – coined “Brahmin Left”. Now a partial plagiarism to try and fit the word Brahmin with Bailout by an author, who typically spews venom on India. In this hangout, Nikunj Trivedi, President of CoHNA, details his letter to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), pointing out the deliberate misuse (and abuse) of the word Brahmin and goes on to say that it leads one to believe that the WSJ supports its authors who deliberately show Hinduphobia.

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