Economic democracy

Almost every country in the world has come under some sort of democratic structure. Liberal democracy was established in countries such as the United States, Great Britain, France and Canada, while in the Soviet Union, China, Vietnam and Eastern Europe, socialist democracy is the dominant system. The population of the liberal democratic (so-called Democratic) countries is not as miserable as in communist countries because the political and economic system in the Communist countries is burdened by the party's officials, inexplicable human suffering and severe psycho-economic exploitation. Both liberal democracy and socialist democracy can be considered as forms of political democracy as these systems are based on economic and political centralization.

Political Democracy

Every country in which democracy is fashionable today deceived people in it has no better system as a political democracy. Political democracy undoubtedly gave the voting rights but abolished the right to economic equality. Consequently, there is a great deal of economic disparity between the rich and the poor, people's purchasing capacity, unemployment, chronic food shortages, poverty and the inequality of the society's insecurity.

The type of democracy in India has also proven to be a political democracy, a unique exploitation system. The Indian constitution was created by three groups of exploiters: the ruling parties representing British exploiters, Indian imperialists, and Indian capitalists. All the provisions of the Indian Constitution were designed to keep the interests of these opportunists in mind. He only winked at the hood, the people had the right to universal suffrage. Indians have millions of poor, superstitious and illiterate, but exploiters through exercises such as false promises, intimidation, serious misuse of administrative power, and voting conduct multiple times win the voter. This is the grace of democracy. After the government has been set up, there is plenty of opportunity to overwhelm generous corruption and political tyranny for five years. The next absurdity is repeated in the next elections, whether at provincial or state level.

This kind of political opportunism has been going on in India since India. Over the past thirty-five years, political parties have argued that in order to reach the economic parity of European industrialized countries, Indians should follow the democratic system. In support of this argument, they refer to the example of the United States, Britain, China and the Soviet Union. Political leaders call on the electorate to vote during the elections so that hungry masses of the country can enjoy the benefits of an advanced economy. But as soon as the elections are over, the exploitation of ordinary people continues in the garb of political democracy, and other areas of social life are completely neglected. Today, millions of Indian citizens deprive the minimum standards of living and struggle to get the right food, clothing, housing, education and medical care, while a handful of people are going through enormous wealth and luxury.

The most obvious deficiencies in democracy are that voting is based on universal suffrage. That is, voting rights depend on age. Once people reach a certain age, they assume that they have the ability to consider the advantages and disadvantages of electoral issues and choose the best candidate. But there are many people over the voting age who do not have or have little interest in the elections and do not know the social or economic issues. In many cases, they are more likely to vote for the party than the candidate, and are driven by election propaganda or false promises by politicians. Those who do not reach the voting age are often better able to choose the best candidate than those who have the right to vote. So age can not be a measure of voting rights.

Depending on the party's affiliation, political patronage, and election spending, it is usually up to the candidate to take part. In some cases it also depends on antisocial practices. In the world, money plays a dominant role in the election process, and in almost every case, only rich and powerful may hope to elect the chosen office. In cases where voting is not mandatory, only a small part of the population is often involved in the electoral process.

Morality, education and socio-economic-political consciousness are the prerequisites for the success of democracy. Leaders must be particularly ethical, otherwise the well-being of society is compromised. But today, in most democracies, people with dubious nature and interests are elected to power. Even the bandits and the killers choose and shape the government.

In most countries of the world, the masses do not have political awareness. Sly, erudite politicians take advantage of this shortcoming to confuse people and gain power. They resort to immoral practices such as bribery, voting, occupying a cabin and buying votes and being outside the elections. Consequently, the moral standards of society are diminishing, and honest, competent people are in the background. Moral leaders have fewer chances to win the election, because election results are replaced by financial incentives, intimidation, and crude power. In the current democratic system, all kinds of immoral and corrupt practices are given the opportunity to pervert the society. The essence of the current system is to support capitalists and betrayal the administration for the sake of immoral and corrupt powers.

Democracy's creativity resembles a potty culture where a handful of power hungry politicians trap behind the strings. In liberal democracies, capitalists manipulate mass media, such as radio, television, and newspapers, while bureaucrats lead socialist democracies on the edge of destruction. In both forms of democracy, there is little chance for honest and competent leaders to appear in society and practically no way to free the people's economy.

Political democracy has caused great scams to the people of the world. It promises the emergence of a period of peace, prosperity and equality, but in reality it creates criminals, encourages exploitation and throws the common people into the grief and suffering.

Days of political democracy are numbered. PROUT demands economic democracy, not political democracy. To make democracy a success, economic power must be in the hands of the common people, and everyone must be guaranteed minimum living standards. This is the only way to ensure the people's economic liberation. PROUT slogan: "To eliminate exploitation, we demand economic democracy, not political democracy."

Economic Decentralization

In economic democracy, economic and political power is dual. That is, PROUT supports political centralization and economic decentralization. Political power empowers moralists, but economic power belongs to the local people. The main purpose of the administration is to eliminate obstacles and obstacles preventing people's economic needs. The universal purpose of economic democracy is to guarantee the minimum requirements of life for all members of society.

Nature was kind enough to provide ample natural resources in all regions of the earth, but did not give guidance to those resources among the members of society. This task relied on the weighing and intelligence of human beings. Those who are led by dishonesty, selfishness and thinking control these resources and utilize them for the benefit of the individual or group rather than the interests of the whole society. The secular resources are limited, but human desires are limitless. Therefore, for all members of society to live in peace and prosperity, people must adopt a system that ensures maximum utilization and rational allocation of all resources. To achieve this, people have to stand up in morality and have to create a favorable environment for the flourishing of morality.

Economic decentralization means production for consumption and not profit generation. Economic decentralization is not possible under capitalism because capitalist production always strives to maximize profits. Capitalists are always producing the lowest costs and selling the highest profits. They like centralized production, leading to regional economic inequality and inequality in population distribution. In the PROUT's decentralized economy, however, production is used for consumption and guarantees the minimum requirements of life for all. Each region has a great deal of room for economic potential development, so the crowding population or the overcrowding of urban centers will not appear.

If a country is not achieving optimal development in industry and other sectors of the economy, it is impossible to be very advanced. If more than thirty-five or five percent of the nation's population is dealing with agriculture, there is too much pressure on the ground. Such a country can not become a highly developed state and can not be a balanced, decentralized development in all sectors of the economy. India is a classic example of this. About 75 percent of India's population deals with the viability of agriculture. In some democratic countries, such as Canada and Australia, a large proportion of the population is engaged in agriculture, and although these countries are agri-industrialized, they are dependent on industrialized countries because they are not industrially developed. Canada, for example, traditionally depends on the United States and Australia to Great Britain.

As far as India is concerned, while some 75% of the population is engaged in agriculture, the unbearable economic situation of the people remains. Any country facing such circumstances finds it very difficult to meet its domestic and international obligations. People's procurement capacity will decline while economic inequalities will increase. The social, economic and political environment of the whole country is degenerated. India clearly exemplifies all these evil things.

Economic decentralization does not mean that the majority of the population depends on agriculture's livelihoods, or other sectors of the economy will continue to be developed. Rather, all sectors of the economy must strive for maximum development and all sectors should strive for maximum decentralization.

In all democratic countries of the world, economic power is in the hands of a few people and groups. In liberal democracies, economic power is directed against a handful of capitalists, while in the socialist countries the economic power is concentrated in a small group of party leaders. In each case, a handful of people – the number can easily be counted on the fingertips – manipulate the economic well-being of the entire society. When economic power comes into the hands of the people, the leader of this leadership group will cease to exist and the political parties will be destroyed forever.

People must choose both political democracy and economic democracy. That is, they have to choose a socio-economic system based on a centralized economy or a decentralized economy. Which one do you choose? Political democracy can not satisfy the people's hopes and aspirations or provide a basis for creating a strong and healthy human society. This is the only way to create economic democracy

Requirements of Economic Democracy

The first requirement for economic democracy is that everyone's needs for a certain age, including food, clothing, education and medical care guaranteed. This is not just individual right but also collective necessity because the easy accessibility of the minimum requirements will increase the well-being of society.

The second requirement of economic democracy is to guarantee increased purchasing capacity for everyone. In economic democracy, locals have economic power. Consequently, local raw materials are used to promote local economic recovery. This means that the raw material of one of the socio-economic units should not be exported to another unit. Instead, you need to build industrial centers where raw materials are available. This will create industries based on local raw materials and ensure the full employment of local people.

The third requirement of economic democracy is that the right to make economic decisions should be placed on the hands of locals. Economic liberation is the birthday of each individual. To achieve this, economic power must be extended to local residents. In economic democracy, local people have the power to make every economic decision, to produce collective needs and to market all agricultural and industrial goods.

The fourth requirement of economic democracy is that outsiders are strictly prevented from intervening in the local economy. The outflow of local capital must be stopped by strictly preventing outsiders or floating populations from participating in any economic activity in the local area.

For the sake of economic democracy, PROUT must be implemented and the economic well-being of all people needs to be progressively improved. This leads to a greater possibility of human spiritual emancipation.

Lastly, it should be recalled that economic democracy is indispensable not only for the economic liberation of people, but for everyone's universal well-being, including plants and animals. Economic democracy will create ways and means to achieve a steady development of society by recognizing the unique value of both humans and non-people.

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