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We allowed East India Company and lost our freedom,today after sixty years of independence we are again allowing foreign companies in India. Will we loose our independence in future ?

Asked by rajaram rao, 15 Aug '07 12:36 am
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Haven't we lost our Independence already - to Italian mafia, CIA, KGB, Columbian drug cartels, Dawood Ibrahim, Pakistan, Communist traitors, Chinese moles in Indian body polity and academia, Bollywood criminals, Naxalites and their sympathisers in presss and academia, ... the list goes on

Do you believe we are free anymore?

But credit goes to the common man , the Indian - he still survives inspite of such debilitating and suffocating forces gnawing into his jugular
Answered by Mayala Fakir, 15 Aug '07 12:41 am

 
  
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Economic independence is a relative term, Neither we nor many of the other countries ever had complete independence.
Answered by ajay raizada, 15 Aug '07 12:41 am

 
  
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Absolutely. But not the MNCs but more so the way in which current international financial wings operate.

WHY are we FORCED to RESTRUCTURE OUR SOCIETY & ECONOMY just for the sake of gaining acceptance from US run international financial institutes like world bank or IMF?

Think of it in simpler terms. If you walk into a bank for a loan, how does your family lifestyle & your household setup have ANYTHING to do with your ability to repay?

To gain acceptance into the UN / IMF financial wings, we were FORCED to change our MACROECONOMIC SETUP- like cut subsidy for farmers, rise price levels, subject essential services to profiteering vultures! Why does it matter to the IMF / WB how we run our country domestically? To add salt to the wounds, we were also FORCED to declare a valuable cultural commodity & a life blood to our villages a narcotic drug!!!!!!!!!!!

If the WB / IMF and all such white collar dakhus were indeed genuine, and weren't representing an agenda of a capitalist superpo ...more
Answered by A Moin, 15 Aug '07 12:57 am

 
  
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Well keep vigil and lets not repeat the same again
Answered by Saj Sierra, 15 Aug '07 12:55 am

 
  
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