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ISN'T Neo-Colonisation in the name of Globalisation
Serving first world countries through Coercive or Military means AND Local Politicans in Less Developed countries are Conduit to this Neo-colonisation ?

Tags: education, environment, globalisation
Asked by commonsense, 31 Dec '09 02:18 pm
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Globalisation has ruined local industries.. The virtues of the country moved away from the Local Land and Local virtues are getting ignorant.. the rise of gap.. Globalisation as pre-world war colonization have given rise for middle class but exploited those who were attached to Resources i.e. Land .. Rise of Naxalism and Terrorism is an outcome of Globalism.. It is a gift of Economic Liberalism..

Economic Liberalism is the coz of alert Communism... this has a scientific Logic.. Since Economic Liberism give way for the Accumulation of Wealth and deprives the Base of the Society.. Please remember handful of Richness is due to the Exploitation of Weak.. This is a truth and cannot be ignored.. Middle Class is only a section of the Society.. But the THREAT TO THE SOCIETY ARISE WITH THE BASE IS DEPRIVED.. THIS RISE TO VOILENCE..
Answered by Sharmila Bose, 31 Dec '09 04:56 pm

 
  
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Yes, your observation is correct globalisation has very much destroyed our self reliance and initiative ,it is indeed Neo-Colonization , we are going to sacrifice our strengths in exchange for Weston control of our policies and real development and independence.
Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 31 Dec '09 03:38 pm

 
  
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'Edploitation' 'Neo colonisation' are pet phrases of those who have a one-track mind.The fact that China threatens to become a super power and India is also walking alon the same path gives a lie to these arguments.A language of this type may look better in the mouths of ex-colonial counrries.
Answered by radhikamruta, 31 Dec '09 02:57 pm

 
  
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(1) No. Globalisation helps every country to optimise its own strenghts and address its weakness. It depands upon the smartness of leaders of each country how they leverage the benefits of globalisation. (2) Colonialism is not limited to any particular countries. Every country who is powerful enough has the propensity to colonise others. It is human psychology. No country is an exception to this behavior
Answered by Vikram, 31 Dec '09 04:11 pm

 
  
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