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Governments get into dating game

Governments across the world are actively involved in our private lives – including whether we should have any, some or many children.

If you or family are burden, pollutants, do us a favor. Go, kill yourself. Cartoon by Steve Breen  |  Click for image.

If you or family are burden, pollutants, do us a favor. Go, kill yourself. Cartoon by Steve Breen | Click for image.

Less, more and many

From Moscow to Montreal, Beijing to Berlin, America to Australia, the world is facing a serious population problem.

With the spread of Desert Bloc culture, marriages are becoming less frequent, unstable with shorter spans. Prostitution is booming.

The only people able to face this onslaught without succumbing, are the ‘uneducated’ Indians. They are the only people who rejected Western advice on family size, late marriages.

USA, parts of Europe manage by importing immi-grunts’. From India and Africa, the only regions largely unaffected by the Desert Bloc model.

Africans!! Why have children, at all? If you must, at least have Christian children! Cartoon by Danziger. Source & courtesy - liberty-news.com  |  Click for image.

Africans!! Why have children, at all? If you must, at least have Christian children! Cartoon by Danziger. Source & courtesy - liberty-news.com | Click for image.

Knife-edge

China, Japan are now paying the cost for using the Desert Bloc model on family planning.

The situation is so precarious that in Japan,

Regional governments are now offering programs for single men and women to meet, even helping them hone their relationship-development skills. To learn the nooks and crannies of these publicly sponsored mixers, The Nikkei paid a visit to the Aichi Prefecture city of Tokai, a Nagoya suburb with a population of about 100,000.

In 2010, the city officially pledged to help people find their future spouses. (via Governments get into dating game).

To overcome the inertia of the Indian Government, Western countries are pouring money into Indian NGOs – at the rate of US$2 billion each year.

This is more than the official aid that the whole of Africa gets – or what Egypt or even Pakistan gets.

If you believe in Climate Change, Population Explosion, Family Planning, Birth Control, my advice is ...

If you believe in Climate Change, Population Explosion, Family Planning, Birth Control, my advice is ...

If you are believer

A few months ago, Carnegie group a long time supporter of population control dogma, commissioned a study to find evidence of how massacres and wars helped to preserve environment and ecology balance. The heroes of this study were Genghis Khan, Atilla, etc.

To such people I have a simple message.


Indian dress in Moscow – German magazine, French agency, Russian locale

April 25, 2010 1 comment

The lady on the left (Two shoppers check out the display at the annual Millionaire Fair in Moscow. But economic troubles may lurk just under Russia's glossy surface. Courtesy - AFP photograpgh in Der Spiegel).

The lady on the left (Two shoppers check out the display at the annual Millionaire Fair in Moscow. But economic troubles may lurk just under Russia's glossy surface. Courtesy - AFP photograph in Der Spiegel).

A dress in Moscow

This photograph is intriguing to say the least.

The lady on the left is wearing a ‘modern’ Indian salwaar-kameez with a dupatta. The colours of the dress also gel into Indian ‘aesthetics’. Compared to the dark and ‘sober’ colours of the lady on the right, the extravagant colours with the embroidered pattern is a dead giveaway of Indian dress sensibilities.

Then look at the shoes worn by the lady on the right, with the slippers worn by the lady on the left. Then the flared sleeves of the salwaar-kameez are another design feature that Indian women love.

Russian in Indian clothes?

So, is this a Russian lady wearing an Indian dress in Moscow? If it is Russian wearing Indian dresses with Indian colours in Moscow, where is she getting the colours, tailoring, designs, etc.? Or has she picked it up on one of her trips to India? Or is it a case of a ready-made dress, which she has bought, off-the-shelf in Moscow? Are there dress-shops in Moscow dealing with Indian-style dresses?

An Indian in Russia?

Or an Indian lady in Moscow, in an Indian dress? Now that raises different questions. Why don’t we see Indian males in Indian dresses – especially when abroad. On the other hand, Indian women have the confidence to carry off their dresses. Why do Indian males lack that confidence? A usual answer is ‘acceptance’. Why would other cultures have a problem, if people dress differently. I know that in India ‘differences’ in clothing will arouse curiosity.

And little else.

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