Anna Hajare raised the slogan against corruption in favor of his Janlokpal Dream and almost every Indian felt the energy of anti-corruption waves. Similar synergy was shown by Indians when Swami Ramdev raised his voice against the black money1 deposited in Swiss Banks. Everyone was worried about the huge amount of Indian money deposited in Swiss banks like UBS. However, very few people realized that bringing black money back in Indian economy will certainly increase the current inflation manifolds and goods, food articles and other daily need commodities will go further high. Thus, that black money if brought back will cause more poverty2 and troubles for poor and middle class family.
Obviously, Indians fail to understand that money although is a form of Capital; basically it is nothing but a means to exchange goods and commodities. They also ignore that our currency is Fiat currency which can be easily inflated by the government to raise prices. This is the reason why government doesn’t print money just to distribute it to poor people. Yet, government does use their printing press in RBI to print or create money out of thin air. This is the major reason behind the price rise we all are facing currently. According to some estimates-
In 1920, a Family of 10 people used to spend Rs1 per month.
In 1940, the Gross Spending became Rs10 per month for same family of 10.
In 1960, Government had already started its Ridiculous Family Planning Programs, Yet a family of four people needed at least Rs 100 to survive a month
In 1980, Family Planning was in full bloom, Sanjay Gandhi forced Vasectomy on North Indians, they were caught jailed and operated, yet the new smallest family of two had to spend Rs1000 per month.
In 2000, Rs 10,000 was minimum requirement for a month.
So you can see, after every 20 years, the need of money to survive a month increases ten times, in 2020, you will need Rs 1 lakh a month to be a middle class person or you will be BPL.
Do you believe this inflation which caused price rise is due to corruption? Well, you may call it political corruption. But politicians call it a necessary economical concept.
While everybody knows that humans are the producers and inflated money is reduction in the value of human labor, government keeps inflating money. Government often claims that while Inflation is a problem, but Government helps citizens by providing monetary aid for its workers.
The problem is, In India the total population is 121 Crores (1.21 Billion) but the number of Government servants (including the politicians and army) are merely 1.25 crores (0.0125 billions). These government employees which comprises of 1% or at the most 2% of Indians do get all benefits to fight against Inflation. but the rest 99% people who are farmers, entrepreneurs, businessmen, shopkeepers, barbers, or other people who are self-employed or are working in private sector never gets any benefits from government yet, they are forced to pay regular TAXES as the government is allowing them to live in India, to work in India, to earn in India and to buy or sell things in India.
(99% or 98%) Indians are slaves; they work/earn and pay taxes, (1% or 2%) Indians who are politicians, bureaucrats or government employees) are the rulers, controllers, dictators who are parasites and live on the hard work of those Indians (99% or 98%).
Such is Democracy and such is democracy in any other country, in some, the situation is a lil better in others the situation is lil worst. To assuage the pain of thse slaves, government often employs social security and social welfare programs which are the biggest fraud and a way to make citizens love their slavery without realizing that through these universal programs, they are actually losing any chances to get proper education/healthcare or similar necessary services.
In a socialist government set-up like in India, corruption is often termed as bribery giving or bribery taking. Bribery taking can be said immoral and hence can be illegal, but bribe-giving is actually nothing but enjoying the fruits of your hard-earned money. It is certainly not immoral, yet it is illegal in India.
In fact bribe-giving increases the efficiency of government offices which cannot be bad. In a queue of thousand patients waiting to meet a doctor, if you pay a little more bucks to meet the doctor earlier than those who are not willing to pay those extra bucks, you are doing nothing wrong and it may become necessary if you need urgent medical attention.