foolishness


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the quality of being rash and foolish

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a stupid mistake

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"Rahul Gandhi's 'nadani' (foolishness) is trouble for Congress.
He said the foolishness and fascism of Modi will destroy him and his country.
But that kind of wise foolishness saved a lot of employee jobs and shareholder's equity at Mattel.
"If the United States committed such foolishness (including the Revolutionary Guard on the US terrorist list), it would not enjoy security and tranquility in the West Asia region," Jafari was quoted by Fars news agency as saying.
"It is foolishness to spend resources to import things that we can find here.
Their world has been torn apart by your drunken foolishness."
-- Stevie Wonder has called out Kanye West for saying slavery is a choice, calling the idea "foolishness" and likening it to Holocaust denial.
"It's her foolishness which has placed her in this position," he said, although he invited the jury to conclude that 'she has been punished enough for that foolishness'.
But if this is only solidarity with England without any compensation, then every radical step of spoiling relations with Russia, or with any other world power, is great foolishness, writes Rizaov.
The JI Ameer also said that Trump due to his foolishness push the world towards fire and war, and warned that such foolishness would endanger the peace of the world.
Speaking with Ben-Ami during the Camp David Summit in July of 2000, Arafat mocked Israel's withdrawal, calling it "complete foolishness. Complete foolishness," Arafat said, according to Ben-Ami.
Though all the examples of foolishness and horror shown here will probably just be dismissed as "fake news" - or maybe "alternative facts"!
Iran's supreme leader has blasted as "foolishness" a decision by Bahrain's leaders to strip a top Shiite Muslim cleric of his citizenship, and said it could provoke violence from Shiites, who make up the majority in the Sunni-ruled Gulf kingdom.
It was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness" - so begins A Tale of Two Cities, the 1859 Charles Dickens novel set during the French Revolution.