We have heard of India's non-cooperation movement many times.
We have also heard of the phrase "Honesty is the best policy".
Today is Netaji's birthday. But had he been amongst us, would he call it a happy one? Definitely not. Look at us!
What does India need currently? I think what we need is an ignorance movement that is thoroughly conscious. As corrupt as these politicians can be, so less becomes their emotional IQ.
I think in this present scenario, getting out on the roads and doing a protest march is becoming a very predictable step. How can we become unpredictable in our protests to face this garbage of a government that we ourselves elected that turned out so rogue? They have made it very evident as being a cold-blooded opponent. We don't reveal our strategy to an opponent do we?
What is the difference between violence and non-violence? It doesn't have to be physical. Non-violence and tolerance are not synonymous. Focused and intolerant non-violence can prove to be very effective.
How can we ensure total ignorance of this completely heartless government? I have voted for them once. I was so pained by their first term that I voted for NOTA for the second term.
Protest if we will, can't we protest online? Online doesn't mean we have to share on social media is it? We have email, we have encryption, we have white hat hackers.
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So, I once again highlight that this time, after 1947's dominion status, India needs not exactly a non-cooperation movement but an ignorance movement. Ignorance towards the devilishly ignorant. Who are these ignorant people? Politicians and leaders who are absolutely not selfless in their actions. I wrote about them earlier in my previous post.
When I say India, I mean Netaji's India, Bhagat Singh's India, the India our freedom fighters laid down their lives for... not the India we see today.
So how do we strengthen our ignorance towards the corrupt?
In various surveys such as this, it has been revealed that more and more people around the world are preferring to work remotely. That is a major advantage!
Let us consider a use case. A use case in which all the people in different communities are working together remotely from their own offices belonging to respective governmental departments. An office can just be a small room or simply a place of work regardless of size, shape or capacity. Connected through the internet, all of these people can be part of a large mesh sized governmental network. By following transparent and honest practices, we people alone as guides could govern ourselves with our own individual tasks based on what we are best skilled at.
But what is the current condition in India? Due to incorrect prioritization, the internet is most unfortunately not available where it should be there in the first place! Where? With our farmers of course, where else? They are in a state of complete misfortune. The primary source of our food is in a state of extreme discomfort.
To establish a strong and transparent governmental network, our farmers - our primary food source, have to be strengthened paramount.
To bring our farmers into such a network, working at a grass-root level to educate the farmers about the internet would be a bit slower than building tech that would require an extremely minimal amount of training. I feel farmers can be motivated by connecting their farming skills (that is what they are best at!) with easy and convenient tech. Now how does a techie become an efficient middleman?
In my previous update, I wrote about integrating NOTA with AI. When we think of the above use case, it does not remain NOTA anymore if we think deeply. It becomes AOTA - All of The Above. The reason being that our farmers are being placed at the highest level and no more being excluded or de-prioritized.
Now when we integrate AOTA with AI based on relevant datasets, we would be achieving the greatest automatized Open Source democracy ever! With such intelligent automation, the requirement for votes would no longer be a necessity. Why? This intelligent system would be supervised by we the people ourselves. That is why this framework would actually help us possibly evolve into a new and efficient intelligent race.
An Open Source Democracy might seem difficult to build at first, but the task is not impossible.
To understand this better, let me discuss a bit about the Ubuntu ideology:
In short, Ubuntu refers to "humanity towards others". Another interpretation would be: "the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity".
In the following video, the concept of an Ubuntu community is very vividly explained. It is up to us alone to decide how soon would we want such a future for all mankind.
So, from now onwards as usual, I will continue to pay my taxes (in other words, "legal" payment to the government through GST or whatever balderdash). But I will also continue to pay my fellow people with whatever I've learned as a researcher through all my past studies via this blog. Let us see how this war between money and knowledge turns out to be.
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