Yes it's a fake. The owner of defpk, indiandefence and turkey def is the same.
These guys use traffic generated from Indians going to their forums to gather funds and attack Indian forums.
True. It is very disconcerting to be served with links from defence.whatever
by Google right on top of the first page on matters which posts on that forums do nothing to enhance knowledge. Just the other day I was googling Conformal Fuel Tanks, and guess what the site ranks among the top 5 on the 1st page. So even an unrelated persons who Googles those terms would access that forums only to be exposed to the bile members spew there. There is a fairr chance that such na individual, lacking sufficient background info falls for it. Any person who thinks wrongly about India becomes part of their camp by default.
In another forum we have started appealing to Indian posters to start avoiding and boycotting Pak and fake forums. Those forums will die if our boys don't post there.
In fact, the 2 quotes are co-related. Google loves constantly updated sites. That, along with, backlinks from reputed sources & also number of backlinks determine how a page ranks in a search result. A thread on those forums get their oxygen, simply because Indian posts there, which gives the pakistanis a chance to spew bile, masquerading as a reply. To this there is a reaction to which...and the chain continues keeping the page updated and thus getting into Google's good books. Thus Indian participation there keeps threads rolling. Without whom it would be like preaching to the choir, which gets boring after time & then they would die a quick natural death rendering the forum a boring place to be.
While those forums need to be avoided like the plague, a reason for its popularity among Indians could also be due to the dearth of sufficient Indian mil forums that permit starting of news-based threads, as opposed to topic-based threads as is practiced here. While topic-based threads have the advantage of being able to collate all possible info in 1 location, with less likelihood of repetitions, such threads get a little knowldge-heavy for a first time enthusiast. For this reason, it gets very difficult for such a person to post - people like to express what they know, however early in the learning curve they may be in.
A news-based thread OTOH, since a new one could get started every half hour or so provides a neophyte that much of a greater opportunity to express his views, as it is a fresh start. As a result, even if he/she may've posted an idea someone else had posted in another thread, likelyhood of him getting called out for that is lesser & the person is then able to get in with flow of things
While it is easy to ask people not to participate on certain forums, one also has to provide them with an equivalent alternative to indulge in the same, possibly in greater numbers. With Yusufji's forum down, such people will have no option but to continue to post on their forums, hus increasing traffic, visibility & all that goes with these.P.S:
Why is Benny posting funny & being so derisive about this matter?