Recently a centrist party in India, Aam Admi Party (English: Party of the Commonman), organised a rally in Delhi, to protest against Land Acquisition bill moved by the NDA Govt.
During the rally one farmer by name Gajendra Singh Kalyanawat, from Dausa village, Rajasthan State, climbed to a tree branch and commited suicide by hanging himself. Ignoring the incident, the AAP leaders went ahead with their speeches against the Govt.
Police say that AAP volunteers prevented them from climbing the tree and saving the farmer. AAP leaders claim that Delhi Police were against their party, and that they did not make any attempt to save the farmer.
A political blame game is going on.
ybrao-a-donkey's humble view:
Indian agriculture cannot financially support both the absentee landlords who take away all the benefits and loans the Government extends apart from the rent on the land, and the unwritten tenant farmers who have to bear all the risks inherent in Indian agriculture.
Question: Why are you using the word Total Socialism instead of Marxism, or Communism?
The words Marxism and Communism have been so much misused in the world both past and current, that the words started meaning only dictatorships or one party rule.
Question: Then why don't you use the word Socialism, and insist on Total Socialism?
The word socialism has become hackneyed and a jargon all over the world. For example, according to Indian Constitution , India is a Sovereign Democratic Secular Socialist Republic. Where is socialism in India today?
Question: How does the total socialism save farmers from committing
Total socialism involves nationalisation of both land and the agricultural production. Entire risk is to be borne by the State. Both inputs and outputs belong to the State. Farmers will get all their personal and their family needs from the State.
(To continue. Subject to revision)