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Internet Doesn’t Discriminate

Unlike all superstitions and politics, the internet protocol nowhere indulges in any sorts of apartheid. This doesn’t discriminate among peoples at all.

Still any superstitions or politics want to circumvent this for discriminating among netizens. That ought to get fought fully well by the peoples across all the countries alike. Sangkrit facilitates for that.

Politics Is A Technical Failure

Whenever people fail to resolve technologically, politicians get a chance representing them. Thus through this smartphone stage of internet age, the politics remains nothing more than a technical failure.

Like the failure in reasoning used to spread superstitions while science used to pave the way beyond that, the politics too gets formed in this gap and apartheid in all possible formats is continued everywhere due to that.

Ultimately technology would make a total solution so that no gaps are nowhere left in any situation for the politics to continue like that with the emergence of the internet of everything.

People Are One

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.