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Live and let live slogan with all the Jain comunity.Yet they practice live and let die for humans , and follow live and let live for animals.99.9& Marwari Jains indulge in hawala money transaction in all parts of the world.They run parallel economy.They donot pay taxes, they produce duplicate drugs, autoparts,electrical switchgears, dress materials , even rahul bajaj made duplicate vespas and sold in US breaching Vespa in 1980. Is this a genetic disorder at the place of birth?

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Asked by swetha shetty, 12 Dec '09 10:51 pm
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What does it infer? Other communities are pure at their heart? do they not indulge in any unlawful activities? Why to target a particular community?
Answered by sanjay sharma, 12 Dec '09 11:23 pm

 
  
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I do not see many of them getting caught by the law,.So if they do what you tell them they do, then it just means they are smart. You can call it genetic disorder but many will call it the 'selfish gene'. It is what has driven human and all evolution. All talk of being good citizens is soft woolly stuff of failed or incompetent people.
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Answered by Kunal Mittal, 04 Oct '12 04:09 pm

 
  
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Answered by sumita ganguly, 12 Dec '09 11:26 pm

 
  
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