Big believer in reincarnation and humanitarian causes goes on betting sprees

Deborah Belmont (name changed) recently couldn’t stop wondering what is it that makes the Indians feel so inferior about themselves. She read an advertisement of an animation college which read “India’s Only Animation College with full-time Canadian faculty”. She instantly said to herself, being Canadian doesn’t make you a good faculty. Deborah is a Canadian herself and she finds herself so inferior to the people of United States and Scandinavian countries.

Deborah has traveled to India herself and she found something nostalgic about the Wagah border. Deborah is a believer in reincarnation and she still believes that in her previous birth she was an Indian or Pakistani soldier who was either killed somewhere around the Wagah border or used to guard the Wagah border.

Deborah is a great believer in humanity and humanitarian causes. Deborah agrees with Pierre Omidyar when he says that 99% of the people are good.

Deborah’s family has been into hand-stitched clothes and suits business for over 49 years now.

Deborah doesn’t feel embarrassed to admit that she lusted on her father when she was only 12.

Deborah preaches on each of her blog that everyone must follow the seven laws of Noah. Deborah believes that Noah and the Manu in Hinduism are the one and the same. Manu has his five laws which are very much like the seven laws of Noah.

Deborah says that yoga masters claiming that globally 2 billion people practice Yoga is an absolute baloney. Not more than 80-90 million people throughout the world practice Yoga, according to Deborah.

Anyways, Deborah is an avid reader of gambling blogs like jump in hostel and she sometimes goes on betting sprees. She once made bets worth 30, 000 CAD within 5-6 hours.

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