Washington Consensus is dead in the International regime of so-called Neo-Liberal Globalization and I believe that it has been challenged by the tenets of 'Beijing Consensus'. Although I don't belong to the Marxian school of Economic thought but acting upon the observations happening around our Economic markets it is to be noted that there is a terrible intervention of the Governments in the Market. The intervention may sound as a 'heroic act' for some class but it leads to plenty of unemployment and austerity. To put an assertive argument, the model of State-controlled-Capitalism or say Marxist-Leninism have been recently applauded http://www.economist.com/node/21543160 To put another, the Capitalism is in crisis due to Government regulations and unnecessary interventions. Therefore, leading to the rise of Marxism http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/jul/04/the-return-of-marxism?fb=native&CMP=FBCNETTXT9038 China and Brazil like nations have proven lifting of the absolute poor people to the relative arena. In some region of Europe, a Communist model deterministic through technical subject is being operated http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Venus_Project The recent events like 'Occupy .... Movements' have earned the 'Socialism' podium. What your say?