Category Archives: Economic solution for Egypt

The Negro Race

There were originally four distinct races on earth descending from the same human ancestors. They are the Austrics who originated from India/Asia, the Negroids who originated from Africa, the Mongoloids who originated from Mongolia/China/Tibet, and the Aryans who originated from … Continue reading

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The Vital Energy of Students

Excerpts from the book “To the Patriots” by Shrii P. R. Sarkar “When the vital energy of youths does not find scope for expression within the prevalent system, it starts waging a war against that system. “ Normally between the … Continue reading

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Future Vision of Economy

This below presentation was by Shrii PR Sarkar in Kolkata, India in 1986 titled ‘Quadri-dimensional Economy’: A developed economy should consist of four parts – people’s economy, psycho-economy, commercial economy and general economy. This quadri-dimension of the economy is a … Continue reading

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Social Development

Certain ideas may be easy to understand at the same time quite difficult to materialize. Taking a look at history on this planet we find the first evidence of life about 5 billion years ago. We are the product of … Continue reading

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