“This world of ours is made up of good and bad. And the good and the bad things are done not so much by nature as by human beings. The good things that humans have the capacity for are friendliness, intimacy, love, sweet amiability – both internal and external – sitting together to eat and to talk, trying to feel the joys and sorrows of others, and so on. And among the bad things that humans do, the first and foremost is the exploitation of one human by another. This exploitation occurs sometimes in the religious sphere, sometimes in the social sphere, sometimes in the mental sphere and sometimes in the economic sphere.” – Shrii Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar

PROUT’s solution to wealth concentration

Prognosis for 2030: The richest 1% will control two-thirds of world’s wealth. –  UK House of Commons library figures
2024: Half of the world’s net wealth belongs to the top 1%, top 10% hold 85%, while the bottom 90% hold the remaining 15%. – Wikipedia
2023: Richest 1% bag nearly twice as much wealth as the rest of the world put together over the past two years. – Oxfam
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Concentration of the value of wealth is the fundamental cause of depression. The purchasing capacity of wealth is its real value.

Socio-economic decentralisation does not diminish or dissipate economic potential. Localisation removes regional disparity because wealth is distributed almost equally everywhere.

Dignified socio-economies both closed and open, Prout’s synthesis of protectionism, free trade, and the beginnings of integrated world society.

mobilemaharastra A thought exhibition van, propagating water conservation and Prout, travels from Pune, Maharashtra through the Sahayadri and Marathwada regions ahead of the rainy season in India. Wells are drying up and underwater tables falling so fast in the Middle East and parts of India, China and the US that food supplies are seriously threatened, a world leading resource analyst has warned. The propounder of Prout, Shrii Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar, offered a visionary analysis and practical solutions for the global water crisis. Sarkar’s ingenious methods of utilising water are applied by Proutists and others around the world.

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