"I am against people being squashed on the path to development,” he asserted.
He added "I doubt that someone from normal people like us would be able to claim that he is able to establish such a system. We are all imperfect people. Does the US system operate in a way that all get their rights? Is there no class inequality there? Is Europe so? Is our decision-making system a homogenous one? I mean, if you have a good idea, would you be able to pursue it as such? In the course of these irregularities the idea takes injuries. Injury means social consequences and these then enter people’s lives.”
"We must set a time to make up for these, that is an infrastructural outlook. I am against the view that says on the way to development some people are to be crushed, because it is not a humanistic outlook. Development is meant for people. That would mean to crush people in order to make development,” he said.