An economics professor told that he had never failed a student before, but recently he failed an entire class. The reason was that the class firmly held that “socialism will succeed, no one will be poor and no one will be rich”. They all firmly believed that it was the one great principle that equals all.
Then the professor said- “Okay all right! Let us do an experiment in class on the basis of socialism- the different grade(s) of all the successful students will be averaged and everyone will be given the same common grade.”
After the first exam…..
All grades were averaged and each student received a B grade. The students who worked hard got upset and those who studied less were happy.
The students who studied less for the second exam studied less than before, and those who worked harder decided that they would get free grades and studied less.
In the second examination, everyone’s common grade was D.
No one was happy with this and everyone started cursing each other.
When the third examination was held, the common grade became F.
As the exams progressed, the score never went up, but kept falling even further. As a result of mutual strife, accusations, abuses and resentment towards each other, no one studied, because no student wanted to benefit the other by his hard work.
In the end they all failed wonderfully and the professor told them that – “Similarly, the destiny of socialism is to fail in the end, because when the reward is too great, the effort to succeed is too great to do.” it happens.
But when the governments take away all the benefits of hard work and distribute it among the downtrodden and the downtrodden, then no one will want to work or try to succeed.
He also explained that – “From this the following five principles are also derived and propounded.”
1 If you want to make the nation prosperous and society capable, then you cannot make a law to make the poor prosperous by ousting any person from his prosperity.
2. The person who achieves something without doing the work, then it must be given to someone else who works hard, taking away the reward.
3. The government cannot give anything to anyone unless it takes away that thing from someone else.
4. You cannot increase wealth by dividing it.
5. When half of the population of a nation understands that it does not have to do any work, because the other half of the population is taking care of it, and the other half is not doing much good work thinking that its karma If the fruit is to be received by someone else, then from there begins the downfall and ultimately the end of that nation.
According to the same principle of socialism, today almost half of the population of India is not wanting to do any work and the other half of the population is thinking that how long will it continue like this?