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1. Kiran Gandhi claims that she ran the marathon without a tampon to bring awareness to her “sisters” in poor countries who have no access to tampons.
But there are no links to any charities or organizations that supply tampons to the poor on her web-site. If she really did it for the poor, wouldn’t she have a link on her site?
2. The only organization that is mentioned by Gandhi is THINX. Thinx is a private company created by her friend, Miki Agrawal, a serial entrepreneur, who has a book accompanying it.
Forbes and major media have given a lot of play to Thinx, which doesn’t happen to your usual drum-playing recent Harvard MBA.
The title of the Forbes piece is a give-away.
It runs, “Can these panties disrupt the $15 billion feminine-hygiene market?”
The word ‘DISRUPT’ is a favorite with the NWO ruling elites. You will see it repeated often. Sometimes these words are used innocently by people unaware of their potency. But when the word “disrupt” comes with the backing of Forbes and front groups for the Royal family, you can label it a ruling-class meme.
Gandhi is in the music business (she is a professional drummer). Gandhi’s mother and father are prominent figures in international financial and NGO circles. Thinx and the Gandhi family’s philanthropy, Asha Impact, are both involved with AfriPads, a tampon distribution outfit in Africa.
The “free-bleed” stunt is a way to push THINX and its related companies and to allow the Gandhi family foundation (which is a front for Rothschild interests, as I have shown above) to profit.
3. The extensive coverage of menstruation in the major media in the past year is proof that the Western ruling elite is seeking to enter the lucrative feminine hygiene market. Compare this to the high number of Indian beauty queens who cropped up at international levels in the 1990s, when the Western ruling elite was entering the Indian luxury goods market.
4. Photos of Kiran Gandhi at a TED talk show that she is already a voice for the ruling elites. TED talks are a prominent elite venue. She is promoting “Atomic living,” which is another way of talking about synchronicity, the notion of “finding your bliss” by “going with the flow” (notice the pun) of events. Those are major New Age/New World Order themes. They are rehashed Hinduism, omitting the moral and traditional content.
5. The dark patch on Kiran Gandhi’s track-suit was amazingly small for 4 hours of bleeding during exhausting physical effort. It is also amazingly neat. I didn’t see any streaks and runs. How do we know that Gandhi actually had a period at this time?
6. If her point was that having to wear tampons to avoid being a mess in public is oppressive of female agency, then why did she shave her arm-pits when she ran? Let it all hang out.
7. Is training for a marathon for a year the best way to spend your time, if female hygiene in the third-world is really your passion?
8. Isn’t the most likely result of this stunt that more people will look at ordinary Indian women abroad as disgusting and unhygienic, adding to other attacks on them (partially accurate) on the Internet that have garnered a lot of attention?
9. Isn’t Gandhi speaking for women who would most likely find her behavior repellent themselves?
10. Isn’t Gandhi slandering poor women, who do NOT walk around with blood running all over them? Most poor women use and reuse rags, or use straw, leaves, sand, or ash, or simply lie down for a few days, out of public sight. Rather than representing them, Gandhi is misrepresenting them.
This Bloomberg article, which is also pushing the menstrual meme, gives the game away in a paragraph toward the end. An Indian specialist states that it is the lack of WATER that is the problem in menstrual hygiene, not the lack of things to staunch the flow.
11. In countries, where public hygiene is a serious problem, Gandhi’s message is actually a horrible one.
She’s saying that you can do in public anything you want, regardless of how unsanitary, offensive, or inconvenient it is for everyone else.
Does a country like India or Indonesia, with so many people defecating outside the house, really need this message?
Even in the West, more and more people feel it is OK to litter, spit, breast-feed, pull down their pants, and go topless in public. Reality shows and media are saturated with vulgar exhibitionism. Doesn’t Gandhi just add one more chunk of degradation?
12. With all those appeals to “sister-hood,” what is the real message? Women already receive the larger part of public funding of health in India and the West. Yet, men are ignored when it comes to public health campaigns.
[Note: I don’t think the tax-payer should be funding health-care at all. Let private companies compete freely, without any subsidies.]
Consider that the first person to develop a cost-effective tampon for the Indian market was a man. That man was shunted aside so that the Indian government and foreign corporations and NGOs could enter the hygiene market with a program of “free” tampons for poor Indian women. The tampons are actually purchased at above-market rates from Western companies, and the government then distributes them through Western NGOs to the poor. That means, the Indian tax-payer is actually paying Western companies to undercut local Indian businesses for a sham humanitarian venture that actually puts money in the pockets of the ruling class (see links above).
13. Kiran Gandhi has written publicly that she is interested in pornography.
? You know, we’ll just talk about things that matter to me, for example, like feminism and pornography and just like weird things that I like and just kinda see where they’re at with it. I live for these conversations.
Her website (which I won’t link) contains a video, which she says was made to empower women who are terrified by men exposing themselves in public. Her idea of empowerment is making a porn video of the subject. This connects her to the menstrual porn that is being distributed by the CIA, via so-called anti-Islamicist activists affiliated to Pussy Riot.
These supposed acts of disruption are actually advertisement for new genres of pornography.
That link is very clear from reading through Gandhi’s website and from the interview cited in the link above.
That interview ends this way:
So, if I were a piece of art, I would want it to be some sort of gender-funk performance art that make people question the way they view their own world.”
[Of course, there was no “gender-funk” in the optics of the London Marathon. Kiran Gandhi SHAVED her arm-pits, like any other woman subject to traditional beauty norms, Western or Eastern.]
As for the interviewer, if this is the kind of individual being sent to man the guns of gender war in India, god help that country.
Medha is currently a student at Bryn Mawr College studying things like Health, Policy, Sexuality, and South Asia. She spends her free time getting inspired by other brown womyn and dabbling with music. In the near future, she hopes to be working in the Public Health field with a focus on violence against women in India.”
These are the brain-washed tools of elite university campuses who function as the thought-control agents and enforcers of the crippling ideology of modern feminism, the twin-sister of communism.