Internet is one. It is making all the peoples one. Nothing integrates the humankind any better. Before-Internet the humanity had no other integrating force that is not separatist by nature. Internet is not so. This purely integrates.
Although persisting superstitions and politics might still misuse it but the Internet has the caliber inbuilt to finally defeat them all, duly burying in the past. The people are one everywhere and they are historically entitled to correct any geo-political mistakes coercively enforced by any misrepresentation if found in serious conflict with internet integration of humanity.
Any system collapses because of its internal inconsistencies rather than any outside conflicts.
The Soviet Union collapsed by unnecessarily exerting itself everywhere in its super power syndrome instead of pursuing the welfare of its own people within the homeland. Contrarily China has become cash-rich by following that wisdom of consecutive leaderships but now its government has also proceeded on that hegemonial path where the Communist Party of China might itself cause its collapse without anything foreign involved.
What threatens CPC more, democracies in the West and in nearby India, or its own proclaimed adherence to Marxism-Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought?
Exceeding the Deng restrainment, now cash-rich CPC has started economically exerting itself beyond the borders of the People’s Republic of China almost everywhere at the expense of the Chinese workers. Workers in China are exploited utmost. It is up to the extent that for decades every other capitalistic corporation used to establish its production lines in China.
This is making Chinese students from the working class background increasingly find solace in the writings of Marx and Mao. Reading radical classics thoroughly exposes the sham of Communist system to them. Gradually public experience configures their own consistency sparking independent imaginations among most of them. This makes the system seem increasingly more inconsistent with the vows of its own adherance.
Half a century back CPC pumped Maoism into India that is yet bleeding because of this. Although India reasonably refrained from retaliating by pumping in anything from Dalai Lama to democracy in return. Nor India embraced Taiwan as tit for tat to cope with China encouraging Pakistan. Whereas China brought in Russia also into this. Still not exerting unnecessarily is going to become India’s clear advantage in the future. Encouraging Pakistan has made what of the United States of America is evident in itself.
Inconsistencies within the People’s Republic of China are increasingly evident everywhere from Xinjiang and Tibet upto Hong Kong in contradiction to the Republic of China at Taiwan. Any system collapses because of its internal inconsistencies rather than any outside conflicts. This was proved true through the collapse of the Soviet system and this is going to be true with the Chinese characteristics as well.
Salman Rushdie said that the literature occurs at the level of a sentence but this works better with the politics that is actually made by the craft of making statements. In any democracy the politicians bid for the power by competitively creating the cleverest sentences.
For making his revolution in Russia, Lenin accumulated an unprecedented power only by wrtiting the power of sentence at its best. He didn’t even made many speeches in public before the victory of his revolution and was not even seen even by the most of his people till then.
Although Hitler accumulated all his power by orating the power of sentences at his best.
Despite not being a prolific writer or that fiery an orator, Stalin accumulated all his power by executing the power of sentence at its best. Strategicaly utilizing others’ inherent motives, he was indeed a grand master of the political chess board in practice.
The power of sentence has been a higher skill indeed than any configuration of literature in it.
Taxation and inflation continuing altogether means the statesmen not knowing the political economy of governance.
Sangkrit insists for taxing only the transaction volume of the economy in an inflation mode for updating the governance. Thus the state may finally dispose off the burdensome taxation machinery by stopping all unnecessary distraction on business.
Taxation and inflation continuing altogether means the statesmen not knowing the political economy of governance. That is how they still bother about harbouring huge taxation machinery for extorting from their people. The way taxation continued even after the establishment of central banks circulating state currencies proves only that.
To have any future, it is essential at-least that you view it from the present tense.
Industrial revolution following the colonial occupation and followed by the Communist revolutions in reaction was another era that has been passed as Industrial Age. Thereafter the Internet Age has duly begun independently.
Calling this the fourth industrial revolution is an understatement by the people left in the past, who are still busy learning English and installing computers. Persisting with such old lessons make them perceive their future from the past tense but to no avail, as they have finally lost it. To not be at fault like that simply synchronise your sense of future with Sangkrit.
Ongoing digital developments have built the threshold of entirely different another era. We are not in the industrial age anymore. Just like the green revolution did not occur in the agrarian age.
Sangkrit’s entry point protocol begins as empty pocket entrepreneurship into internet startups. That is made explicit in Hindi in a power pamphlet made available for free at the google play. Educating in english has become outdated like installing computers were primitive things done till the early stage of internet age and these endeavours have ultimately lost worth with the beginning of the smartphone stage of internet age.
Continuing with such old habits is like perceiving future from the past tense. To have any future, it is essential at least that you view it from the present tense.