While our governments have been constantly struggling with increasing capital expenditure of the budget, at the same time many inefficient PSUs are sucking money off the taxpayers and have become white elephants. Disinvestment is the way forward. But we also have a thriving protest economy supported by anti-India elements directly targeted to disrupt every reforms and policy of the government with the sole aim of hampering India's economic progress. Enemies of Bharat don't want it to become Atmanirbhar. This protest economy, we have to destroy and dismantle. Andolanjeevis, your time's up.
Looking back, Prime Minister Modi's junta curfew and his announcement of the world's strictest lockdown at an early stage when India had just 500 cases proved to be extremely critical. It first helped in reducing the initial spread. This gave ample time to ramp up testing infrastructure, manufacturing of PPE kits, masks, ventilators and other health equipment. But most importantly, it helped in driving the message to the Indians the importance of social distancing, hygiene and the real threat of the virus. And there was no better man to drive this message than Prime Minister himself.
The Dharmic nature of Bharat provided an environment for women to perform their selfless karma and the selfless karma of women ensured the existence of such flourishing Dharmic environment. Now enter the post-modernists, cultural Marxists in the debate. These people basically reject everything that exists and enable our societies: families, responsibilities, masculinity, femininity, gender and even science also if it doesn't fit their agenda.
India is not the US. The Indian state has way more powers and it can theoretically ban these tech giants in one go if it wanted to. This threat of losing a market of over a billion users is a threat these tech giants cannot ignore. The Indian government has to realise their position of strength.
One aspect of this movie which was so beautifully developed was the scientific temper and aptitude of Hypatia. She was questioning the established notions, giant philosophers freely. She was developing new original ideas. She was not just tolerant but respectful to other faiths. She wasn't fazed by insults. She never gave in to the Christian mob and faced them bravely. This all sounds so familiar. Well, this is the story of millions of Hindus who faced the Abrahamic faiths bravely despite losing the political power and then, faced persecutions in their own homeland of Bharatvarsh. There is one learning lesson. Don't become too respectful to the intolerant for the intolerant will take advantage of this and will readily and happily wipe you out at the first instance of gaining power.
Numbers on the ground and show of strength matters. This is how you change the popular narrative. Ramjanmabhoomi Andolan changed the Gandhian-Nehruvian idea of "secular" India and paved way for an Indic renaissance. Modi's election and mass campaigns in 2014 changed the narrative in a big way. But now, Modi ji is the Prime Minister. It's not possible for him to actively take part in the social movements such as Shree Krishna Janmabhoomi case and create mass movements and narratives. Only if there was someone incorruptible like Narendra Modi out of power..
Almost all the problems humanity is facing today is because of the lack of Dharmic values amongst humans. Be it global warming, religious terrorism, rape & crimes against women, racism, animal cruelty, or even the latest Wuhan coronavirus. You name the problem and an accurate diagnosis of the problem would lead you to only one conclusion: lack of Dharmic values.
The critics of communism also frequently use an argument which is, "Show me an example where communism actually works." Well, I finally found one and it is worth learning for us as to why communism works for this very particular example.