How did the actions of the economically Right wing people are anti-state
Now coming to the other side which is also anti-state is the economic right. I don’t believe that libertarian economics is, you know their view point it against sustainable. I thinks that’s entering kind of a thing is absolute nonsense in my opinion. But right wing has started appearing to be anti-poor. We have started to be appearing to be anti-poor, anti-farmer and even anti-youth and this is, here we have to step back for a moment and start rethink about positions that you can’t argue against the subsidized health and education to the people. You might disagree with that even I disagree with lots of things in that. But if you are a right wing person, and if you really want to stop as you say that, you want to stop these missionary schools working in the countryside, for goodness sake, give the people free education. If that all it needs to stop it. But I was talking to a person and he had to go to a hospital for something for some emergency purpose and he had to pay 700 rupees fees and 100 -200 rupees again for the medicines. It may be not a big deal for us. We can pay it. But for majority of the people in this country they just can’t afford it and by the end, once the government starts a policy or they starts a program where subsidized the health care, the right wing is there on the social media, the newspapers and everywhere calling it free loaded economy, and these people is the free loaders, for goodness sake stop doing it. If you believe in a nation, a nationalism please stop calling your own people freeloaders.
Of course, they are people who are corrupt who are burden on the system, they take undue advantage but don’t call people free loaders when they are being given subsidized food, when their education is being subsidized, when their health care is being subsidized. Live in the reality as I say, as a conservative look at the reality and these things are absolutely needed. These things are absolutely needed not only for the poor, poorest of the poor but even the urban neo middle class. They just can’t afford to survive with such high cost.