A world traveler from Norway—corruption and chaos he experienced in India. There is almost no concept of critical thinking in India. Freedom of living in England. Norway a very organized society. Is India a mystical wonderland? Should you invest in India? India is not really changing. India will not be the next China. Modernisation hasn’t brought in the concept of thinking in India. The system just does not work in India. Hawala system of money transfer that works very efficiently. When India imposes capital controls, why should outsiders invest in India? Where in the world to live? Most of the world outside the West is dysfunctional, certainly not places to start one’s career. Europe and North America are still great places to live, despite that they are losing their freedoms and rationality rather rapidly. Government is merely the symptom of the social malaise. What are the major trends around the world?

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