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Legal Transcapitalism?

Discussion in 'Breaking News' started by ISDhillon, Jan 22, 2006.

  1. ISDhillon

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    Well folk’s looks like the race is on for the new superpower, I have been watching CNN lately and in terms of economy they say that the battle for global superpower is between India and China, although they admit china may overtake cos they don’t have religion.

    Then just today the people of Bolivia elected a new president who is an indigenous member of Bolivia this is the first indigenous president. Their was originally a lot of hatred from America because this individual has made a remarkable stance, in the age where knowledge is more important to the modern world the president says that indigenous knowledge is what the 21st century will be all about, this does not mean he intends to take us back to living in jungles.

    He was seen to pray to the Andean gods on national TV, we have always been lead to believe such people had been colonised, and then he went further to state that whilst he understood that cocaine could not be used for drug purposes his country was committed to the production of coca leaves for medicinal purposes, is this a shift in thinking we are seeing?

    Will South America become more powerful? – looks like the Chinese have got their mitts on the new president first as they were seen holding hands with the new president and have struck deals with Bolivia already, why is India lagging behind, it has plenty of indigenous knowledge after all most of India is village life.

    And what role do Sikhs have in the economy? - I have heard that Sikhism is about creating a trans-capitalist world is this even achievable?.

    Any way just sharing some thoughts,

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  2. hps62

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    what is this trans capitalist world.

    please give some salient points of this economy.

    luv

    hps62:)
     
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