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RE: manifesto



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Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate it!
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I've been trying to become a capitalist for the last 41 years  so that I
can have some wealth to share with others.

Thanks to socialism, it is very difficult, if not impossible, to create
wealth in India without being dishonest.

My socialist neighbour want to distribute wealth without create it.
Actually, he wants to distribute poverty.

So, let's screw the socialists -- but politically, please.

Indrajit Barua.
>Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2000 18:46:15 -0800 (PST)
>From: "acomelo" <acomelo@goplay.com>
>To: debate@indiapolicy.org
>Subject: RE: manifesto
>Reply-To: debate@indiapolicy.org
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>Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 11:26:48 -0800
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>I enjoyed reading your amendments.  Yes, lets screw the socialists.
>Anil
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>Sauvik Chakraverti <sauvikc@yahoo.com> wrote on Thursday January 6, 
>2000 at  7:10am:
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>>i have a few points to add to the party
>>constitution/manifesto
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>>1. We are all born with the natural ability to trade:
>>what Adam Smith called 'a natural propensity to truck,
>>barter and exchange'. Little children gainfully
>>exchange toys and food amongst each other. Free trade
>>is our birthright.
>>
>>2. Free trade requires sound money. We believe sound
>>money should be a constitutional right.
>>
>>3. We are secular and we believe the free market to be
>>one of the secular foundations of human morality. In
>>this connection it is worth mentioning that the Hindus
>>first said shubh laabh and the Prophet Muhammad, peace
>>be upon him, was a free trader. Both religions can
>>happily co-exist in the free market. That would be
>>true secularism.
>>
>>4. We define economics to be a study of the production
>>of wealth through the division of labour and
>>knowledge. This division is maximum in urban areas
>>where dense popoulation causes prosperity. Our urban
>>areas are disaster zones while the state misspends
>>money on rural development. We see an urban future and
>>aspire for an India in which every town and city -
>>every dot on the map - every strange name in the STD
>>codebook - is a Singapore. That is our vision
>>statement.
>>
>>5. We intend to launch the Indian Liberal Party with
>>much fanfare by around march 1st 2000. All those
>>willing to join should notify. 
>>
>>6. The party symbol should be a screw. We screw the
>>socialists.
>>
>>let me know your comments
>>sauvik
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