Tamish and Rajiv Mukeherjee give a whole new meaning to the concept of “Left” and “Right” – brained…


What an absolutely horrible genetic travesty!


How is such a random unfolding of genetic replication allowed to continue by the good evolutionary sense of physiological nature without being humanely halted quickly before such ill-equipped monstrosities can be visited upon our humble planet??







“Twins” Tamish and Rajiv do not look like normal (or even aberrational) twins.


But they are. “Hidden twins,” so to speak. Horrifically so.




Mumbai| Doctor Jagadhish Parsa, who assisted yesterday in the birth of a baby born with a rare malformation causing him to have two distinct brains crammed inside his head, claims that the newborn could be a unique case of two separate minds sharing a single head and body. Tamish and Rajiv Mukeherjee were born at 09:10 AM at the Saiffe Hospital, after a long and complicated surgical operation meant to extract them safely from their mother’s womb.


The boys are a unique case of disrosopus, a rare condition in which twins share the same body but have separate faces and brains.


The problem being that the Mukeherjee twins’ anomalous birth defect is horribly concealed within one very large skull. They are lacking the “tell-all” second face which we would expect of such ghastly natural train wrecks. One face, two brains. As opposed to the converse phenomenon of two faces, half a brain, a condition known as “disropoliticus” which seems to have infested Washington D.C.



The size of his head, which already caused many complications at the time of his birth, will without a doubt constitute a major problem. The sheer weight of it could easily be sufficient to break the boys’ cervical spine if not supported carefully. Besides from that problem, the twins’ internal organs all seem to function normally, leaving hope that they could possibly live many years in rather decent living conditions.


An important question remains however concerning the capacity of the boys to eventually walk or speak, since these basic actions would demand an exceptional coordination from both of them to execute. Tamish controls the left eye, arm and leg, while Rajiv controls their right counterparts. The twins have already demonstrated strange faculties, as one them can fall asleep while the other is awake, leaving one half of the body inert while the other is active.




Oh my god.


Kill it with fire!





The NY Times asks: What’s more important, saving women’s lives, or saving the image of Islam?


A damning piece in the NYT yesterday, “They Brushed Off Kamala Harris. Then She Brushed Us Off,” calls out the sheer self-involved hypocrisy of the American Left when it comes to their tenuous relationship with the Islamic religion and its punitive world view. Authors Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Asra Q. Nomani essentially dare to point out that the Left’s fixation on human rights and social justice only extends as far as its own insular, less than collective embrace of concern for all when it involves going against the rightful liberal fetishized victim of the day.



The very next day, Senator Harris took her seat in front of us as a member of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. We were there to testify about the ideology of political Islam, or Islamism.

The Democrats on the panel, including Senator Harris and three other Democratic female senators — North Dakota’s Heidi Heitkamp, New Hampshire’s Maggie Hassan and Missouri’s Claire McCaskill — did not ask either of us a single question.

Just as we are invisible to the mullahs at the mosque, we were invisible to the Democratic women in the Senate.

No, what happened that day was emblematic of a deeply troubling trend among progressives when it comes to confronting the brutal reality of Islamist extremism and what it means for women in many Muslim communities here at home and around the world. When it comes to the pay gap, abortion access and workplace discrimination, progressives have much to say. But we’re still waiting for a march against honor killings, child marriages, polygamy, sex slavery or female genital mutilation.

In other words, when we speak about Islamist oppression, we bring personal experience to the table in addition to our scholarly expertise. Yet the feminist mantra so popular when it comes to victims of sexual assault — believe women first — isn’t extended to us.

In other words, when we speak about Islamist oppression, we bring personal experience to the table in addition to our scholarly expertise. Yet the feminist mantra so popular when it comes to victims of sexual assault — believe women first — isn’t extended to us.









And the coup d’ grâce:



That’s because in the rubric of identity politics, our status as women of color is canceled out by our ideas, which are labeled “conservative” — as if opposition to violent jihad, sex slavery, genital mutilation or child marriage were a matter of left or right. This not only silences us, it also puts beyond the pale of liberalism a basic concern for human rights and the individual rights of women abused in the name of Islam.


There is a real discomfort among progressives on the left with calling out Islamic extremism. Partly they fear offending members of a “minority” religion and being labeled racist, bigoted or Islamophobic. There is also the idea, which has tremendous strength on the left, that non-Western women don’t need “saving” — and that the suggestion that they do is patronizing at best.