Ruined Rural Economy – Frog Vision Part-10

Ruined Rural Economy – Frog Vision Part-10

“The governments of Third World countries, particularly those of India, instead of formulating long-term economic policies based on agriculture Sectors have always been carrying out crisis management of the economy from one crisis to another appropriate

The Affiliation of Political Leaders to Western Mentors “

Most Third World countries have become independent from the colonial rules of Britain, France, Portugal and others in the 19th century, but until now their leadership remains under the slave mentality of their mentors. The slave mentality statement is further complicated for Indian tenants because more than 1,500 years of slavery have killed both their conscience and their vision. These myopic leaders see nothing beyond their personal and family benefit, therefore they restrict all development-oriented approach and patriotic nation to my theory of Frog Vision Narrow Focus (FVA) in Decision Making (DM) . Also, today most Native Indian leaders, instead of looking for the old Indian means of high society based on morals and ethics, are always looking towards Western Bare Body Lure of Glitter (BBLG) based on sex. , lust and greed in the name of liberty and liberty. Most of the champions of life in the wild revolve around vaginal exploitations and caring for heterosexual relationships from the animal way of life.

The Indian economy practiced by King Todarmal during the Akbar regime has provided several new methods to overcome all the problems of poverty. Our Western-educated speakers, who speak articulate Hinglish, drink Western wines, and live in various star hotels, don’t see a poor common man sweating on the streets of rural areas. The FVA of our MM-PC-MS tri has almost destroyed the Indian agricultural sector. This process started long ago when the current prime minister became governor of the Reserve Bank of India and began devaluing rupees against dollars and other world currencies. However, his approach has brought wealth to the rich and poverty to the poor, but has given a new generation of Indian millionaires who followed all the tricks of the trade to make a profit and create a great asset not to benefit the poor but to fill the coffins of political parties.

What I define the FVA is an economic policy prepared and implemented to give advantages to the favored few and disadvantages to the many poor in the long term. The Special Economic Zone (SEZ) is one of those steps towards this approach when these industrial houses get sick, the industrialist disappears with a 25% subsidy in his pocket and earns millions with the land rates lowered in later stages. Two of those SEZ units in the Piplia areas of Uttrakhand where the Uttar Pradesh government acquired more than 100 acres of land, but all the original industrial houses had swallowed the full subsidies offered by the governments and then sold these units to third parties. after the minimum gestation period of the loan. reimbursement became operational. These sources are set up to benefit only the corrupt and only the corrupt riches of third world countries. Similar discontent from the oppositions between the Balouchs in Pakistan, the locals in Afghanistan and Sudan are also boiling over.

I would suggest to exceed the FVA in economic DM of a country; Every government has the need to carry out the following:

· One; prepare a holistic economic blueprint for the entire country depending on the qualities of its soil and the nature of the available resources;

· Two; Carry out a detailed analysis of the country’s resources based on the type of resources after classifying these resources into various segments such as crop areas, oil resources, minerals, coal, marine resources, land productivity resources, and states o labor-intensive countries such as Bihar, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and some Middle Eastern countries;

· Three; Divide this segment into active production areas such as Punjab for wheat, rice and sugar cane etc., West Bengal for rice, jute and legumes, Rajasthan for legumes, maize, mustard etc., Kerela for rice, fish, Assam for oils, silk, fish and rice. , Bihar for Carbones and other segments;

· Kiln; Set up similar product processing units in three phases. Phase -1 units to acquire and collect raw products, Phase 2 units to transport and manufacture finished products and Phase 3 units to carry out national or global networks of distribution systems;

· Five; after analyzing the government segments to create infrastructures to provide roads, electrical and water installations so that the units work.

Six; simultaneously create all other human resource development facilities with walking distances from work units to include work life shelters and accommodations, schools, hospitals, community / recreational markets and hallways, etc., with central funds or allocated funds separately.

· Seven; Never forget to create places for the last correct human journey in those places.

After analyzing the budgets of Bangladesh, Pakistan and China, I strongly believe that

Most budgets, including the Indian one, are influenced by the goals of the rivalry of others rather than by economic growth. Readers would be surprised to learn that the largest number of economic scams occur in third world countries and most of them only in India. The question is not how we can overcome these problems, but how our unjust judicial system can punish the guilty in a country like India is cause for concern. The bribes of the Bofor scandal of rupees 60 million rupees and more, the urea scandal scam of 133 million rupees of the son of the late Prime Minister Narshima Rao and many more continue to be investigated under the shadow of the corrupt social system in this country. These are all consequences of my FVADM.

The agony of third world people is that their leaders are not concerned with how many farmers have committed suicide, but rather with how to ensure that no corrupt person is punished. If a crime has been committed, why does it take decades after decades to uncover the crime? Will any leader respond to the people?

I think that, in particular, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, China, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia if they come together and draft economic policies of agriculture, natural resources, marine resources and oil, all the problems of Poverty would be eradicated as long as we implement anti-corruption measures like China first. Despite the only political entity of government, China has been able to punish a large number of economic offenders. Judicial chauvinism in India has brought fear of the law, but the democratic sword of new laws formulated to circumvent local problems with FVA is leading to crisis not only in India but in all third world countries.

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