When man becomes wolf to man, a structural decay emerges with enormous insecurity as the main symptom.
"A Jungle Republic" is a compendium of corruption in a society where citizens with same background and heritage are adversely affected by endemic social vices. Whenever any land is not ruled but ruined by unscrupulous politicians, societal norms change to those of ineptitude, pessimism, frustration and contagious absence of patriotism.
With such negative norms aggravated by lackadaisical citizenry, a nation becomes a banana republic with economic retrogressions as well as uncomfortable peace that is overtly latent, gruesome and highly dangerous. This situation now has, clearly, reached an astronomical level where the culprits celebrate their atrocities, while the innocent are being disregarded and humiliatingly spent, sometimes behind bars.
Unless immediate concerted efforts are deployed to check the lethal uniqueness, a world s economic power house of the century is going to vanish forever, surely leading to an unprecedented abuse of human security.
Number Of Pages: 164
Published: 11th August 2007
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 20.32 x 12.7 x 0.97
Weight (kg): 0.18