Our founder wrote years back that taking away ideas right from homes is like eight legged freaks, that was seen in a...

Our founder wrote years back that taking away ideas right from homes is like eight legged freaks, that was seen in a movie, feeding on to brains.

Our founder also wrote how there needs to be a balance between in sourcing and outsourcing years back, as hands-on experience provide opportunities to learn and improve.

This information was the primary theme behind recent election campaigns.

Links could be shared, if interested.

Change will not happen unless we have right leaders promoting right minds all the way to the top, and nothing appears to have changed with the same folks still at helm everywhere, and for that matter, it appears to be getting worse.

For example, promoting someone who had a "Made in China" tie displayed in David Letterman show now talking about China and manipulation seems hypocritical.

This again takes us to the saying -
Fool me once, shame on you; Fool me again, shame on me

Whether that strategy is right or wrong is up to the person and country to decide, but as individuals, it is important to learn and support those individuals, and organizations that have been working for the betterment of the community, and also have been working on becoming self-reliant as much as possible.

Our organization continues to work on improving and learning, while offering great socially responsible initiatives to the community.

Coming to this Jack Ma interview, I respect Jack Ma for what he has achieved. At the same time, we would like to mention that our Founder stated, and presented many of these things years back in his media site, and promoted discussion in his management classes on the need for balance. Moreover, our Founder never tried to exploit the system, even though he could have.

Our organization's focus is to promote a learning, creative environment for us to become independent, and compete in a healthy manner with anyone in the world.

When it comes to the discussion on wars and expenses presented in the video, the world order that was in place then required within and outside the country that US be the big brother or global police (wo)men.

It was part of the global strategy, though US could have started getting support from other growing economies early on to reduce the war burden. That is why our founder stated that it is time that those countries that would like to remain independent become self-sufficient, and work out with their neighbors rather than seeking support from global powers.

Part of the reason for disorderliness in many parts of the world is due to corruption in many of these countries that required global powers to keep an eye out for world order.

Further, a global economy dominated by 500 or so companies combined with a short term compensation structure complicated the situation. If not for that structure, we would not be seeing such huge wealth gaps around the world with China and India having a very high gini index in Asia (0.465, 0.35) in 2016.

US's gini was also 0.48 in 2016, one of the highest in the OECD countries, and it has increased from 0.43 in 1990 to 0.48 in 2016 (Statista).

What is the point of sharing China's gini index?
According to Mr. Jack Ma, war is the primary factor for the current state of affairs in US. If that were the case, why do we see such a high gini index in China?

We believe that what we have is an inflated world with mismatch in resources between haves and have nots.

As Javed Jaffrey stated in Laloo's voice in a stand up comedy show, our size has increased, but values (fiscally) have come down. Not only fiscally, but also socially.

Higher the gini value, higher the wealth disparity within a country.

Caveat: Economic stats in some countries need to be taken with a grain of salt, and might require additional researching to validate the numbers.

Gini index itself might not reflect the true state of wealth dispersion between countries, and we are working on other ways to have a better comparison.

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