RE: THEOS-L digest 1445
Feb 28, 1998 12:23 PM
by M K Ramadoss
At 10:22 AM 2/28/98 -0500, you wrote:
>On Friday, February 27, 1998 5:49 PM, email@example.com
>> P.S. The majority of the leaders of the world now are in the Kshattrya
>I would disagree and say most countries, but not all are in the Vaeshyan era
>(or capitalist/accumulaor era)
> In the flow of the social cycle, a class is always dominant.
> Since originally there had not been any well knit social system, we may
> call the then stage the workers era. In those days all were laborers and
> toilers. Then came the era of the valiant, which we may term the era of the
> warrior or the martial era. This was followed by the intellectual era.
> Finally came the era of traders and business-people, the commercialist or
> capitalist era. As a result of the rapacity of the capitalist era, when the
> warriors and intellectuals were relegated to the level of workers, there
> proletariat revolution. As the workers had neither a strongly built
> society, nor had enough intelligence, the post-capitalist administration
> went into the hands of those that had taken over the leadership of the
> proletariat revolution. These people were brave and courageous, and so it
> was they that foreshadowed the advent of the martial era for the second
> time. After the successive order of
> worker-martial-intellectual-capitalist eras comes revolution, and then
> again the second cycle of similar successive order begins, culminating in
> the next revolution. Thus goes the social cycle.
>'The main characteristic of PROUT-based socioeconomic movements
>is that they aim to guarantee the comprehensive, multifarious
>liberation of humanity.' P R Sarkar
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I am curious about P R Sarkar. Is he the one who launched the Ananda Marga,
which ran into legal problems in India as well as in several countries?
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