Strangling the Politicians

In my last post, On the Distress of Farmers, I wrote "that Indians will never be free until the last politician is strangled with the entrails of the last bureaucrat." I was echoing the European Enlightenment figure Denis Diderot (1713-1784) who wrote: La nature n'a fait ni serviteur ni maître; Je ne veux ni donner ni … Continue reading Strangling the Politicians

On the Distress of Indian Farmers – The Introduction

Of the three major sectors of any economy, agriculture is the primary sector. It is prior in time and naturally enough forms the basis for the other two sectors -- manufacturing and services. Without a solid foundation provided by an efficient agricultural sector, no society can prosper. Everybody -- factory workers, quantum physicists, doctors, programmers, … Continue reading On the Distress of Indian Farmers – The Introduction