John Smith started the day early having set his alarm (made in China ) at 6am.
While his coffeepot (made in China ) was perking, he shaved with his electric razor (made in Philippines). He put on a dress shirt (made in Italy ), designer jeans (made in France ) and sport shoe (made in Vietnam).
After cooking some breakfast in new electric skillet (made in India), he sat with his calculator (made in Mexico) to see how much he could spend today with his friend. He called him on mobile (made in Finland). After setting his watch (made in Switzerland ) to the radio (made in India), he got in his car (made in Germany ) filled it with gas (from Saudi Arabia ) and continued his search for an American job. At the end of yet another discouraging and fruitless day, checking his computer (made in China), John decides to relax a while. He put on his sandals (made in Brazil) poured himself a glass of wine (made in France) and turned on T.V. (made in S. Korea ). Now he hoping he can get help from his president (made in Kenya).
Dear Indians and wannabe Americans friends, the captive consumption of our country is single largest factor for our future
There is a lot of sense in Being Swadeshi and Buying Swadeshi.
Amit Totala, Ichalkaranji