India's Death By A Thousand Paper Cuts
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  • Kenny

    Americans understand why there is corruption in India. It’s because it’s a Third World country.

    Perhaps people are a bit disappointed in this given that India had many years to learn the rudiments of civilization during their colonial period, but it is what it is.

  • carvaka

    ” India had many years to learn the rudiments of civilization during their colonial period”

    😀

    it seems “white man’s burden” theory is yet to pass it’s sale by date in west.

  • India might become the world’s first all-government state, with no private sector to speak of.

  • Charles Brown

    And the British ran the entire sub-continent with a thousand.

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