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IT Killed Capitalism. Thank You Mr. Gates Embrace the Eternal Deflation - The New World Order

Author Name: J. Prakash | Format: Paperback | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details

“Capitalism is the astounding belief that the most wickedest of men will do the most wickedest of things for the greatest good of everyone.”
― John Maynard Keynes

Thus spoke Keynes. The context made him concede that at least for another 100 years we have to accept ‘Foul’ is fair and ‘Fair’ is useless. He said this in 1930. We are close to the end of those 100 years, so `Foul’ and `Fair’ must take their rightful positions in the dictionary. A handful of the super-rich in the world, the wickedest of men who, using crafty narratives, managed to do the wickedest things and exploit the whole of humanity, managed to keep the vast majority of people in abject poverty. However, due to their bad luck or maybe some sorcery played by Keynes, the rich got excessively greedy and that turned them into Basmasuras. Lord Vishnu, like he took the form of Mohini to burn and destroy Basmasura, took the form of Information Technology (IT) to burn and destroy the super-rich, which he achieved by the year 2015. It may be a different matter if some of the modern Basmasuras still think they can be active. Passage of time will put them in their place. 

No one knows what shape the new world will take. In this book, based on a logical projection of what exists today, I have given my prognosis, in the concluding chapter, of what the new world will look like. My crystal ball says that it will be a beautiful world. Thathastu!

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J. Prakash

J. Prakash is an electronics engineer and an MBA of vintage, 1977, from the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. He has over 45 years of corporate and business experience. He started his professional career with IBM World Trade Corporation in 1971. He has held several top-management positions like Senior Vice President-Finance, CEO, and a Corporate Board Member at NICCO Group of Companies in Kolkata. He achieved all this before the young age of 36. In his professional career, he had the opportunity to interact with top corporate executives, bureaucrats, senior politicians, ministers of central and state governments, chairmen and senior executives of banks, labour union leaders, and so on. He has seen it all from close quarters. He ran a business of his own in the IT industry and has a keen interest in global economics. A compulsive observer and an avid thinker, he has his own views on economic issues which are amply evidenced by him in this book.

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