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I also like a lot of Oriental people because they have that same “puritan ethic” that I have (or at least once had). From what I know of India’s people I see the same ethic. I may laugh a little at their accented English and seeming attempt to parrot American culture, but if you think about it that isn’t very funny. India’s education system may be less advanced than the American one, but America’s education system is lagging behind that of the Europeans, and we both look like fools when compared to the Japanese. If India’s education system was so poor then why do so many of them do well in American colleges? India doesn’t seem so primitive now.
Americans pride ourselves on having an advanced Space Program. Only Russia, and China have even come close to our program. The EEC has needed help with their fledgling space programs as had Japan. Now China has developed a Manned Space Program on its own. I forget when India first launched its own satellites, but it was before China tried. India seems less primitive now.
The US became a stronger power than many European nations because of our rich natural resources, or vast lands, and our larger population. A lot of America is still empty land, we have nowhere near the density of India’s population, and India is not a small country either. I don’t know about the state of their national resources, but the US is having problems with our own dimensioning resources. India doesn’t seem to be that far behind America.
America is a more powerful nation, and better accepted in the Western World, but there is a lot we don’t know about India since they are not Westerners. I do know that they are a nation that is behind the US in some areas, and I don’t think that they are more advanced than the US, but then I am fairly ignorant of India. I do know that India is rapidly advancing itself to the technological level of the more powerful western nations.
India may be looked down upon now, but in 20 years that is going to change. Already they are competing in the American market, and no one seems to realize that India is doing this from well over 1,000 miles away. Japan hasn’t done as well in that area. When India improves its trade network and gets all of its population educated to the “western” ideal they are going to be a powerful nation. Be patient my Canadian friend of Indian descent. Already America is going to India for our tech support, and now Indians are starting to teach American children (they will probably do a better job then many American schools can do). It won’t be long before Americans lose their prejudices and accept Indians as a people that are able to compete on the same level. At least America hasn’t robbed India (recently).