Dear Behenji

From: Feeling Resigned

Dear Bhenji

I just recently got back into politics and, for lack of better words, completely fudged up my agenda by listening to the puppet master. I have gone back on my word to my constituents & made some seriously grave decisions that may leave the people that put me in power, paying for my mistakes for years to come. Please let me know how best to reconcile this.

Advice:

Dear Doug , Please resign.

From: Bully

Dear Bhenji

I belong to a WhatsApp group chat & I try to expand progressive thought and discussion by posting information about Donald Trump. I am met with negativity from friends that I have known for more than 1/2 of my life. I don’t know much or anything at all about American politics but like looking at Mr. Trump’s picture. I feel that if they just got past Trump’s racism, misogyny, adultery, narcissism, arrogance, ignorance, & incompetence that they would find him to be a great guy.

Advice:

Dear Bully: It seems to me that your virtues might be a little offset; however, that being said, if those are the virtues, you should keep them close to your heart. Eventually, those people you call your friends will leave you alone & frankly so will the rest of the world. Realistically you should remind those that are negative towards Trump that Hitler also had opponents & look how Hitler is now viewed in history books! I hope this helps.

Maria Qamar is a first-generation Canadian from
a traditional South Asian family.  She is an Instagram sensation and the author of the Trust No Aunty published in 2017.
Image: Satyanash.
Source: RichardTaittinger.com

KHUSH RAHO, MERE DOSTO!
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