Paul Krugman won Nobel memorial prize for economics in 2009; yet his level headed columns generate exuberant sense and clarity not commonly seen in human species. His latest column in the New York Times "The Bankruptcy Boys" is another masterpiece that brings back from myth spread by doyens of capitalism ranging from Alan Greenspan to minutest of the capitalist cronies from any murky trading street. Nevertheless, the intrigue of unexplained roaring back of such ugly forces into the helm of affairs time and again remains to be explained unless it is attributed to some divinity. But divinity cannot be fathomed to be unjust else that can be furthered as an argument of inequality being law of nature maintained by divinity itself. I think I need to come back to this issue after I have cleared my thoughts!!