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We should change ourselves

Published : Friday, 12 October, 2018 at 12:00 AM  Count : 559
Mohammed Asaduzzaman Chowdhury

We should change ourselves

We should change ourselves

It is known to all that slavery was traditionally acknowledged as a custom where human beings were sold for various purposes. We don't want that history back. But recently the issues and results of modern slavery research came to us. In the Global Slavery Index-2012, published by Australia-based organization Walk Free Foundation, it has been said that more than 4 million people in the world are in some way becoming the victim of modern slavery. In the modern slaves' tradition, strategically, people are being deprived of their right to some kind of slavery.

Women are still deprived in our modern and civilized society. But this kind of slavery is quite different from that kind of ancient slavery. It is really very difficult and maybe we do not understand or unable to perceive how we are being enslaved to others. Creatures and Inertia - People are turning themselves into two kinds of slavery. Such as drug in-house curtains. But this organic matter has brought animals like humans to its control. People are being influenced by this kind of practice and being slaves. In 1997, Gudi, who mentions 'Economic needs model of the drug', and also infers that drug addicts become addicted because of its influence and are not able to control themselves.

They spend so much money to buy drugs and funding cannot be feasible by general legal profession. As a result, they must be involved in illegal activities. According to American novelist Philip K Dick, 'Drug abuse is not a disease, it is a decision. It's like going in front of a moving car. You cannot call it a disease; you can say it is a very wrong decision. "This type of slavery is happening in the case of militancy and terrorism. Many people are being exploited by the technology which makes them slaves of modern electronic equipments. In this case, the positive aspect of technology is being ignored.

Currently the world's worst game is 'Blue-whale', Suicide Games or Dying in the Dangers of Youth. What's in this game? Why is Philipp Budeikin created this game, so now one of the issues of negotiation? Who is Philip Budeikin? Philip Budeikin is a Russian citizen. His nickname is Phillip Fox. Details about his family were not available in some media. Phillip began working with Blue-Whale in 2013 at the age of 18 in 2013. At first he created a group called 'F-57' through social media. Then make a plan for 5 years. In 5 years, the people who planned to destroy them unnecessarily (according to their opinion).

When Philip started working on this plan, he studied at a Russian university. He studied sound engineering and psychology. After three years of studies at the university, Blue Whale was expelled in 2016 after the publication of the matter. Russian law enforcers arrested him during that time. According to investigators, Phillip has been subjected to torture by his mother and elder brother at the age of teenage, investigators said. However, he himself was mentally ill, the investigators told the media Philip and his colleagues first used the Russian social media 'VK'.

They make a group there and start working with the scary video group. Due to the spread of horror video, many young people are involved in this group. From there, the buddies were picking up young men and women who would easily be able to get injured. In an interview with St. Petersburg News, Philip said, "There are some living wastes (people). There is no need of those people in society. They are either harmful to society, or are they the cause of loss of society. I want to clean those waste of society. 'However, he denied accusations of direct suicide.

He said, I did not inspire them to commit suicide. But with the help of games, they themselves chose the path of suicide. In May, Philip was sentenced to 3 years in prison by secret trial. Currently he is serving a prison sentence in Siberia. Here are two things to be analyzed. One is the family repression on him. That creates adverse mental effect on him. The family has become a slave of evil thoughts. Another thing is that through a negative creation, Budeikin has made countless people the slave of its creation.

Through these evil thoughts, people have been sold where they resort themselves to unwanted activities. People are often turned into slaves of corruption either directly or indirectly. For example, if the head of an organization is involved in corruption itself, then morally he becomes weak. According to his position, the personality that was meant to be developed cannot be retained. Firstly, because of income, the implication of his corruption is expressed to his family members. As a result, it is not possible to get the dignity and respect of his family. Apart from this, the people of the society also develop a bad idea about him. He does not have authority over other officers and employees of the office that he is responsible for.

Again others were influenced by corruption because of which they had the opportunity of corruption. Since the officers and employees working in the office know that their office-bearers are involved in bribery, are involved in various corruption and nepotism, then respect and dignity of the head of that office, according to the law, cannot be obtained. It is worth mentioning here that people are not only honoured by law, but also it reflects the clear understanding of the human mind and work with respect to their mentality, mutual trust and respect, honesty, greatness and work.

Another negative aspect of this is that when everyone in the office knows that their office-bearers are involved with various corruptions, they are able to put pressure on the head of the office for various unethical claims. For example, one of the employees of the company can press the head of his office to say that my relative should be appointed in your organization. If the office principal fails to appoint, then he will have the courage to show that he will show the issues related to his corruption by a lower official.

Since the head of the office is morally weak due to its legal authority, it cannot be applied; rather, it is necessary to accept the unethical demand of the post office. Thus, the head of the office became the slave of his subordinates, in traditional language that can be termed as dolls. Due to this, corruption is increasing at different levels of the office which is directly and indirectly affected by human, society and state. In this way, people were sold to other people by losing their conscience.

In a speech given to the nation on December 25, 1974, Bangabandhu said, "To build a happy and prosperous country, the people of the country will have to increase production through hard work. But we must not forget one thing -- the fate of the country may turn downward if the character of the common people and officials is not changed. We all need learn self-criticism overcoming nepotism, corruption, and self-delusion." To take action against corruption through self-criticism, self-restraint and self-purification, adoption of short and long-term planning and its implementation is needed.

In this case, the issue of Finland's corruption prevention may be followed in our country. In the year 2017, the World Economic Forum talked about some of the emerging economies in their Inclusive Growth and Development Report who were able to prevent corruption. Countries with economic prosperity are: New Zealand, Singapore, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Scandinavian countries. But today's corruption-free place in Finland was not even 50 years ago. In this context, we should have to have a strong determination to change ourselves positively at any cost.

Professor Dr Mohammed Asaduzzaman Chowdhury is with the Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology, Gazipur. He can be reached at: email:[email protected]

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