Yesterday I poked fun at a commentors bathroom references on current economic policy and coined the term, scatonomics.
With that act, she added to the estimated 100,000 tons of human excrement that Indians leave each day in fields of potatoes, carrots and spinach, on banks that line rivers used for drinking and bathing and along roads jammed with scooters, trucks and pedestrians.
Yuck! Mangoes anyone?
The article continues on about how there is little sanitation in India and one must wonder about other nations. Let's face it, as important modern sanitation is to our world, no one wants to contemplate the commode.
On the other hand, one of the first things moving armies do is dig latrines.....so why is this such an issue in India?
One thing is certain, while our globalization agenda cheap profit makers want to continue to import food....clearly not all countries and sanitation methods are equal!
(WARNING: do not read the Bloomberg article soon after lunch!)