Sagnhan Rachii
Hello, I am Sagnhan Rachii. I am 23 years old and currently live in the Texas, USA with no family nearby. My mother and father live in Delhi, India where I was born and raised. I enjoy guns and motorcycles. My family and I are strongly against vaccines, abortions, and equality.
I'm a huge fan of the Oxford comma and charm snakes on a daily basis. My anaconda don't eat buns, it prefers high quality rats. Her name is Ferrari.
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About my hometown


My hometown is Delhi, in Delhi you can go to the largest vegetable and fruit market Azadpur, there are over 30,000 retail vendors at Azadpur every day. One of our most popular attraction is our International Toilet museum with toilets from all over the world. If you're going to rent a car, you may be confused because the drivers seat is at the right side in the car.
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The social issues in India


We live in a beautiful country, filled with people whom care for it, people from all over the world come to visit us and look at our interesting toilet museums, our big cities, and our warm beaches. However, hiding from the public eye there are things in this country that is so disgusting that our people do not even look at it, studies has proven that more than 50% of our people have experience with paying bribes, or using their influence to get jobs. Moreover, whom takes the damage from these actions? We all do. Our economy is screaming for help, the average Indian man cannot invest his money safely and our government is in shambles. For every day, and every moment we ignore our issues, the problem grows bigger and it puts our economy in even greater pain.
Our corruption rate has improved since 2002 however, we need to keep up the pressure for improvement, and preferably increase it. With one of the largest youth population in the world, we are also required to decrease youth unemployment rate and ensure them a healthy future. With the ongoing corruption, only those whom are already wealthy will be capable of having a stable and well-paying job. About 40% of our population lives below the poverty line, once you’re there it’s close to impossible to return to a stable economy, they are not only in debt but have to pay large amount of taxes that wouldn’t be necessary if the rich people wouldn’t be able to avoid taxing so easily. With the lack and misuse of government tax budget large areas of our country lack proper sanitation. Only 31% of our population has proper sanitation facilities, what do we need toilet museum for when we do not have the sanitation to use them? Diarrhea is the largest killer and accounts for one in every twenty deaths. In which 88% are children below five years old. Something that the filthy politicians may enjoy because then they can more easily get away with tax embezzlement.
Corruption is a large and dangerous issue in our country, and it has to be eliminated in order to lower the poverty rate.

Malala Yousafzai and Martin L. King jr.

Malala Yousafzai


Malala was born on July 12th 1997 in Mingora Pakistan. After experiencing large amounts of injustice against girls education and seeing with her own eyes how young women and females were being discriminated against and denied the right of education, she became an advocate for female education. After working actively for women rights and giving speeches inspiring equal education for all genders she became targeted by the terrorist organization named Taliban.
The Taliban sent several death threats to Malala however these did not stop her. She proceeded to support her cause and kept speaking publically about the issue that is inequality. Her parents was very worried for her, however they kept supporting her and did not restrict her in any way like many other parents would.
It wasn't until she went home from school on a bus that the threats became reality, a Taliban terrorist inflitrated the schoolbus and shot Malala in the head. After being treated in Pakistan and sent to the United Kingdom she made a wonderoud recovery, the attack did not scare her, it rather had the opposite effect and provoked her. She continued to speak freely about girl education and used the attack as an example of ignorance rather than strength.
In 2008 when Taliban attacked girls' schools in Swat Valley, Malala gave a speech for them. She used herself as the voice for all those oppressed girls that are too afraid to speak out, hoping they will see hope and stand up for themselves as a group. She wrote a book that has been transalated to several languages titled "I am Malala" where she writes about the injustice in Pakistan and her childhood of injustice. In 2013 she was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize did not receive it, however she was not upset that she did not win, much because being nominated gave her and her cause the publicity it very much deserves. In 2014 however she did receive it and was very pleased about it. She now has a big political role in Pakistan at an age of 17.
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Martin Luther King jr.


Martin Luther King jr. was born in 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. When he was born there were large amounts of racism in America, he was being mistreated by most white people and had to use special areas for black people because the white people did not want to be seen amongst them. He was a prodigy at school and skipped several grades, in addition he was a Baptist minister for a curch where black people went, and a civil-rights activist. He led the Civil Right Movement in the US in the mid-50s until he was assassinated in 1968. Martin Luther King jr. received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1968. His speech "I have a dream" is one of the most well known speeches in the 20th century. It is the inspiration of many campaigns for racial equality. He is remembered as one of the greatest equality leaders we know of.
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How are Martin and Malala comparable

Both Martin L. King jr. and Malala has fought for equal human rights, even though Martin L. King jr. fought against racial discriminatin and Malala fought against gender discrimination. Both are being discriminated against in their cause, MLK jr. is an African-American male, and Malala is a girl. One of the differences is that Malala fights for a specific discrimination (education) while MLK jr. fights for general discrimination against his people.
While MLK jr. was born and raised in USA Malala was born in Pakistan, making their view of the world very different, MLK jr. wanted everyone to get along and stop being selfish, while Malala wants people to treat women and men equally.

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