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by member_27847
05 Dec 2013 14:30
Forum: Trash Can Archive
Topic: LCA News and Discussions, 22-Oct-2013
Replies: 3964
Views: 140676

Re: LCA News and Discussions, 22-Oct-2013

Criticism will fade away with visible success.

What we want to see is Services or MOD NOT publicly criticizing DRDO, and working TOGETHER, and removing hurdles.
by member_27847
29 Nov 2013 08:26
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Shiva Bhoomi, Manasa Sarovar & Tibet Mukti Sangharsh
Replies: 81
Views: 6505

Re: Shiva Bhoomi, Manasa Sarovar & Tibet Mukti Sangharsh

To Mr Harbans: Shiva Bhoomi is imaginary. The entire tale of ShivJi and Kailash/Mansarovar is imaginary. Mr Harbans need not reply. If you want to argue, face to face is needed. To Mr RoyG: The integration of Hindu society is the basic condition for military strength. The integration won't happen un...
by member_27847
28 Nov 2013 18:19
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Shiva Bhoomi, Manasa Sarovar & Tibet Mukti Sangharsh
Replies: 81
Views: 6505

Re: Shiva Bhoomi, Manasa Sarovar & Tibet Mukti Sangharsh

Devesh Ji, am sorry, don't agree. One must lift oneself above Sampradayic affiliations to comprehend Dharmic kinship. When that happens one will realize what parochialism is..and where the folly for the last 1000 years of hardship we faced lies. Nothing more here. The divisions in Hinduism are due ...
by member_27847
28 Nov 2013 18:12
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Shiva Bhoomi, Manasa Sarovar & Tibet Mukti Sangharsh
Replies: 81
Views: 6505

Re: Shiva Bhoomi, Manasa Sarovar & Tibet Mukti Sangharsh

Look forward to the day when: 1. Mount Kailash & Lake Manasarovar are back in India's fold. 2. POK is back in India's fold. 3. Tibet, once again, acts as a buffer state between India and China. This will happen when: 1. The Hindu leaders (including religious leaders) fight for abolishing caste ...
by member_27847
26 Nov 2013 08:11
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

Ok Mr Suraj, Good luck with your discussion.

There will be another million words and no conclusion. Nobody will benefit from it.
by member_27847
26 Nov 2013 07:57
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

"Do you realize China was one of the poorest countries in the world when it occupied Tibet and waged war in 62." Military power and economic power are not 1-1. A poor country can also be militarily strong if there is will and culture. USA tried to dislodge China from Tibet but failed. The ...
by member_27847
26 Nov 2013 07:44
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

Mr Menon, Point 1: You would worry about India's economy or China's economy. As an Indian, your concern would be with India's economy. What happens to China is secondary. A big war will definitely damage India's economy in more ways than one. This is a serious concern. Point 2: China has been accord...
by member_27847
26 Nov 2013 07:32
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

This is managing 'Chinese Threat' thread. So, let us concentrate on that. We, I mean Indians, may have a lot of fallibles but that is not under discussion in this thread. My friend, fixing internally means becoming stronger economically and militarily. India can challenge China only after India is ...
by member_27847
25 Nov 2013 11:13
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Oil and Conflict
Replies: 71
Views: 5817

Re: Oil and Conflict

Eklavya: Wars do not last for eternity. And creating a dependence of Pakistan to India may remove the reason for war. You can never plan for wars, you have to plan for peacetime. My estimate is about 80% of Pakistan's population wants peace with India. The remaining 20% does not. Now it is up to Ind...
by member_27847
25 Nov 2013 10:51
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: The US and China in Pakistan - their respective roles
Replies: 848
Views: 45640

Re: The US and China in Pakistan - their respective roles

US & Pakistan: US has provided 'protection services' to Pakistan as an extension of 'protection services' for Saudi Arabia. This went smoothly till 'blowback' of 9/11. Pakistan remains an 'unstable' and 'unreliable' ally of USA. The 'ally' part remains due to West's role of 'protecting' oil prod...
by member_27847
25 Nov 2013 07:57
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indian Foreign Policy
Replies: 2215
Views: 248119

Re: Indian Foreign Policy

India needs to engage other nations (including neighbourhood) rather than distance from them. India needs to change its isolationist behaviour. This is important. It is not about Congress or BJP, but about generic Hindu mentality. Nepal contributes so much Indian Army's manpower, yet there is no rai...
by member_27847
25 Nov 2013 07:52
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indian Foreign Policy
Replies: 2215
Views: 248119

Re: Indian Foreign Policy

More or less its given that no congress government will come out of nehru syndrome. Can bjp led government come out of both nehru and ABV syndrome?? All Indian leaders suffer from 'FEAR' syndrome. The military men lives in an artificial world (cantonments) and does not know the reality of India. Th...
by member_27847
25 Nov 2013 07:38
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

It seems the White men will dance on the streets if China and India go to war. This eliminates both nations that can compete effectively with the West. :roll: I have warred with their "Analysts" and "Historians" on some of the best known forums. NWO operates by spreading disinfo...
by member_27847
25 Nov 2013 07:31
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

There is a saying - there is only one lion in the jungle. China has already achieved the number one position in terms of economy and military power in Asia. Chinese navy is no match for Japanese navy. Chinese airforce is no match for Japanese Air Force. Chinese army got soundly thrashed by the Viet...
by member_27847
25 Nov 2013 07:22
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

:D Garg, does the below also apply or not: China should work towards avoiding this conflict. Why? Because a war with India can seriously damage China's economy and also China's ability to defend from other adversaries who are more likely to go to war (even nuclear war) with China. There is a saying...
by member_27847
25 Nov 2013 07:15
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

Cosmo_R wrote:Sorry, no offense but could not resist.

Your full name is Garg A. Mel?

Please take this as a terrible smurf joke.


'Garg' is my real name. Do you any problems? What is with the full name? Is it necessary to use full name on Bharat Rakshak forum?
by member_27847
24 Nov 2013 15:24
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Enemy Within-Corruption in governance
Replies: 183
Views: 4800

Re: Enemy Within-Corruption in governance

Eklavya: These 60% are the real victims of corruption in India. It is these people who do not receive fruits of their labour. China has housing and medical care for ALL citizens. There is a difference. As regards leadership, I have not seen anything special in Indian political leaders that you see s...
by member_27847
24 Nov 2013 13:30
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Enemy Within-Corruption in governance
Replies: 183
Views: 4800

Re: Enemy Within-Corruption in governance

FACT: Most casual laborers die before reaching age of 50. Has anybody thought of millions of people who build your houses, factories and roads? A typical laborer starts at the age of 13-14 and dies before reaching age of 50. Any serious ailment typically means death, as loss of income means no abili...
by member_27847
24 Nov 2013 13:02
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

Rony wrote:Is this Garg fellow for real ? 107 pages and yet we have these kind of people posting like this ? Hey Vinayaka ...


We should meet. Perhaps that will prove to you that I am real.
by member_27847
24 Nov 2013 13:01
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

Garg, Forget about Buddhism, Dalai Lama and the Tibetan freedom movement if you want. But if you are even speaking just from a purely Indian strategic point of view, just the fact that we are dependent on the Tibetan plateau as the source of our major rivers means we will always want to have a say ...
by member_27847
24 Nov 2013 12:53
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

On another message board (a board thought to be floated by CIA), there was gleeful discussion about India and China going to war. It seems the White men will dance on the streets if China and India go to war. This eliminates both nations that can compete effectively with the West. India needs to und...
by member_27847
24 Nov 2013 12:45
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

India - China conflict is avoidable. India should work towards avoiding this conflict. Why? Because a war with China can seriously damage India's economy and also India's ability to defend from other adversaries who are more likely to go to war (even nuclear war) with India. There is a saying - ther...
by member_27847
24 Nov 2013 12:32
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

SS, link above article with the other article about how US looked other way and allowed PRC to proliferate nukes to TSP which keeps India which is the only Asian power that can confront PRC in check. "India can keep PRC in check?" Indians can believe that for sure, but not proven by facts...
by member_27847
24 Nov 2013 12:24
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

There is this place called Arunachal Pradesh that your Han brothers claim, I will leave it up to you to figure out how that relates to Han imperialism. It does not matter whether Hindu kings ruled there or not, what matters is that they were under our cultural influence more than the Han and severa...
by member_27847
23 Nov 2013 11:23
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Sri Lanka - News and Discussion
Replies: 3770
Views: 293813

Re: Sri Lanka - News and Discussion

A memorial is now being built in Madurai ostensibly for the victims of the war,but in reality which will glorify the LTTE in the future.We will soon have a proliferation of such "memorials" in TN as the Eelamists take over the state in course of time. Oh, is it? Am not following this part...
by member_27847
23 Nov 2013 11:13
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Oil and Conflict
Replies: 71
Views: 5817

Re: Oil and Conflict

The Chinese have been successful in getting central Asian oil. India wasted this opportunity. The Iran/Pakistan/India pipelines are critical to getting hold of central Asian oil, as this is the natural route from central Asia. India is dependent on middle east and is unable to diversify. This may no...
by member_27847
23 Nov 2013 11:07
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Oil and Conflict
Replies: 71
Views: 5817

Re: Oil and Conflict

The British empire and New World Order (NWO) are based on control of natural resources. It is a known fact that most of the World's natural resources are controlled by combined American/British interests. So both China and India are struggling to get natural resources needed for economic development...
by member_27847
23 Nov 2013 10:57
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

What is common between Tibet & India? Are you serious? Well how about you start with this thing called Vajrayana and see where it originated. Next I suggest you read up on legalism & Han imperialism. Read up before wasting peoples time by posting nonsense. Wow! China and India are different...
by member_27847
23 Nov 2013 10:31
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

I see a pervasive anti-China statement here. So I want to offer a few facts: Fact 1: China is a next door neighbour. This cannot change. Any rational person would want to keep good relations with its next door neighbour. Fact 2: China is a major economy and major military power. There is far more t...
by member_27847
23 Nov 2013 10:22
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

Garg, It was a herculean mistake to condone China's occupation of Tibet. We should never cede any more to China. This mistake has been committed because India's leadership considered itself much weaker (militarily) compared with China. It was a rational decision. You must understand one thing - Ind...
by member_27847
23 Nov 2013 10:18
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

Dude, seriously, you need to post less and read more. Arya people, Mongoloid people..what the heck is on with you?? Sure! And where do you get your information from? Probably from Western historians commissioned by the British empire. There is a lot of information on Tibet on the Internet. Did you ...
by member_27847
22 Nov 2013 13:14
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Oil and Conflict
Replies: 71
Views: 5817

Re: Oil and Conflict

Pratyush - saying LIKE China, not WITH China.

Long term energy supply agreements with oil producing countries.
by member_27847
22 Nov 2013 13:03
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

Pratyush: Let me first talk about the realities. India did not have the ability to defend from China in 1961, and does not have it now either. India could not save Tibet from China in 1958. India cannot save it now. 'Tibet is an integral part of China' is official position of India. It is not a posi...
by member_27847
22 Nov 2013 12:52
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Managing Chinese Threat
Replies: 5192
Views: 354978

Re: Managing Chinese Threat

I see a pervasive anti-China statement here. etc. etc.. These, coming from a person who wanted to discuss the fact that India was not taking its defences seriously, is ironic; unless of course, if it was in mock seriousness. India needs to do a LOT to fix itself internally before we talk about Chin...
by member_27847
22 Nov 2013 12:44
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Future Strategic Scenario for the Indian Subcontinent -II
Replies: 4265
Views: 212572

Re: Future Strategic Scenario for the Indian Subcontinent -I

The north Indians are primarily Arya people and south Indians are primarily Dravid people. However both people are native to India. Britishers always spread theories to divide people of India. There is no need now for such theories. The skeletons unearthed at Harappa, Mohanjodaro etc. are similar to...
by member_27847
22 Nov 2013 12:39
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Future Strategic Scenario for the Indian Subcontinent -II
Replies: 4265
Views: 212572

Re: Future Strategic Scenario for the Indian Subcontinent -I

Dravid people are very important part of India. There is no need to place Sri Lanka above Dravids. There is no difference between Tamil and Sinhal people of Sri Lanka. Both are people of the same stock. This conflict is unfortunate, but it is not appropriate for India to choose Sinhals over Tamil. I...
by member_27847
22 Nov 2013 12:21
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Enemy Within-Corruption in governance
Replies: 183
Views: 4800

Re: Enemy Within-Corruption in governance

The over-riding theme in today's India is that anybody government hires (any public servant including scientists in government run labs) immediately starts treating his/her salary as an entitlement. This is simply NOT OK. People should be paid only for work. It does not matter if you work for public...
by member_27847
22 Nov 2013 12:13
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Enemy Within-Corruption in governance
Replies: 183
Views: 4800

Re: Enemy Within-Corruption in governance

Why minimum wages are not applied to construction labour, farm workers, and domestic servants??? Why unorganized sector is not provided any medicare or other benefits? Are these some special or lower class of citizens not worthy of any equal consideration??? Why child labour is still being used in t...
by member_27847
22 Nov 2013 12:06
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Enemy Within-Corruption in governance
Replies: 183
Views: 4800

Re: Enemy Within-Corruption in governance

India also suffers from blatant external interference, specially in foreign policy and defence. First let me give you a simple example - there were many reports about poor quality of INSAS rifles. If people want, I shall provide a link to a senior officer whose article is on Internet. So I asked man...

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