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by Primus
30 Aug 2017 22:40
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

I honestly believe there is a streak of obsessive behavior I am seeing here and this beautiful thread is completely derailed. Anybody looking for useful information now has to wade through page after page of rhetoric, bombast and circular arguments, the narrative being lost somewhere. ................
by Primus
30 Aug 2017 17:07
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

You are not using primary source data, you are using West-provided conclusions as arguments! For some reason, you are not being able to understand this very important difference! And that about sums it up. I've said this before, our friend is a very clever parser of Wikipedia. You say X did not do ...
by Primus
02 Aug 2017 02:04
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

Guys, I seriously and humbly suggest we give this a rest. I am getting a big headache here. Our friend is a very clever Wikipedia Warrior as is evident from the tenor of his posts where he assumes expert level knowledge on everything including philosophy. He comes back at you too fast with a detaile...
by Primus
28 Jul 2017 03:10
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

Sometimes I think the only solution to all this is entertainment... I really mean that. Put together a billion bucks, should be doable in Bollywood, engage the top movie CGI folks, come up with a 100 part series of the Mahabharatha, where all the characters who are described with skin colour etc ar...
by Primus
23 Jul 2017 16:59
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

^^
Very touching, Syam. There is a lesson in there somewhere :-)
by Primus
23 Jul 2017 16:58
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

The question above is addressed (fairly lightly but addressed nevertheless) in Yuval Noah Harari's book Sapiens. Good read, and there are some references too. I don't have it with me now, unfortunately. Taken and may not get it back from my kids. I'm in the same boat JEM. My son took my copy! One t...
by Primus
22 Jul 2017 17:22
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

^ I my line of work I am frequently besieged by googlers who have already diagnosed themselves and know what needs to be done because they 'read it somewhere on the net'. When I ask them 'then why come to me' they have no answer. I gently suggest they should perhaps read 'Three Men In a Boat' too, t...
by Primus
22 Jul 2017 01:40
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

PS: Primus: I am what you'd call a 'career student'. Whenever I have time, i take a course- when its not for professional upgrade, its for leisure. I hold degrees in Electrical Engineering and software design. I also hold a minor in history(India focus obviously) and have enough credits to get a ba...
by Primus
21 Jul 2017 23:30
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

It's not a gap but it's become the information grid by which all assumptions are made and theories constructed. I can tell you what the whole bunch of them believes and it is not their fault - we all grew up like this. Ramayana and Mahabharata are wondrous fairy tales much like Harry Potter. For th...
by Primus
21 Jul 2017 21:45
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

^^^ RD Ji, I have suspected for a while that our friend is basically a 'Wikipedia Warrior' and is quite adept at it. It is quite easy to see the pattern. Shame, really because it would have been so much better had he focused on a small section where anybody can educate themselves and discuss facts w...
by Primus
21 Jul 2017 20:04
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

^^ Genealogically, it is impossible for Mahabharata war to be >5561 BCE. All Puranas are emphatic for the number of years between Parikshit and Mahapadma Nanda and the latter is garanteed to be between late 400s/early 300s BCE. For Mahabharata to be >5561 BCE , Mahapadma Nanda has to be 2000 BCE or...
by Primus
17 Jul 2017 20:41
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Amarnath Yatris killed in terror attack. Allahoakbar
Replies: 433
Views: 25472

Re: Amarnath Yatris killed in terror attack. Allahoakbar

^^ The other reason is that once a muslim gets a 'western education' or degree, he is highly desirable to the peacefools, esp in ME where they crave the attention of goras but will be happy with substitutes. BMJ in days of yore used to carry job adverts from the ME that very clearly asked for Briti...
by Primus
14 Jul 2017 22:25
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Amarnath Yatris killed in terror attack. Allahoakbar
Replies: 433
Views: 25472

Re: Amarnath Yatris killed in terror attack. Allahoakbar

^^ The other reason is that once a muslim gets a 'western education' or degree, he is highly desirable to the peacefools, esp in ME where they crave the attention of goras but will be happy with substitutes. BMJ in days of yore used to carry job adverts from the ME that very clearly asked for Britis...
by Primus
14 Jul 2017 03:40
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Amarnath Yatris killed in terror attack. Allahoakbar
Replies: 433
Views: 25472

Re: Amarnath Yatris killed in terror attack. Allahoakbar

The Indian state needs to build capabilities to after the leadership and the elite and punish outsiders - and suppress the fake objections of fifth columnists. Eventually the elite has to sue for reconciliation under a forced set of circumstances. This force has to bear the force of the state. Anyb...
by Primus
14 Jul 2017 01:19
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Amarnath Yatris killed in terror attack. Allahoakbar
Replies: 433
Views: 25472

Re: Amarnath Yatris killed in terror attack. Allahoakbar

Dear All: those who want to edit Wikipedia, by all means go ahead & do it. Godspeed to you. But be forewarned about a few things: 1) Get into it only if you are willing to stick with it for the long haul. Your edits will be deleted/reversed, you will have to argue and make your case with sock-p...
by Primus
13 Jul 2017 16:57
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Amarnath Yatris killed in terror attack. Allahoakbar
Replies: 433
Views: 25472

Re: Amarnath Yatris killed in terror attack. Allahoakbar

No illusions about this, it was intended to send a message to NM, BJP, YA and all the Hindus - 'we can get you where you are most vulnerable and you won't be able to do anything to us'. Hence the response needs to be both visible and palpable. I am confident that it will be. Bahut ho chuka. Thanks ...
by Primus
12 Jul 2017 04:45
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Amarnath Yatris killed in terror attack. Allahoakbar
Replies: 433
Views: 25472

Re: Amarnath Yatris killed in terror attack. Allahoakbar

I am so glad the title is back to the original. AoA is the War Cry of Islam, has been so since its inception. Ghazni and his men used it a thousand years ago, muslim terrorists and aggressors of all kinds use it every time they attack kafirs. It is not to 'strike fear into the hearts of the enemy' b...
by Primus
11 Jul 2017 19:22
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

Some random thoughts on Aryan themes in Indian polity. 1)The people of southern TN are darkest while Cashmeres are fairest.The skin colour becomes darker towards south and east. 2)THe aryan-dravidan meme is strongest in TN.East Bengali peasants converted to Islam.The majority of Hindus in East Beng...
by Primus
09 Jul 2017 16:54
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

Some perceptions are very hard to kill. Even Yuval Harari, in his otherwise excellent book 'Sapiens' falls victim to the AIT = India's caste system garbage and keeps flogging those two dead horses. Would you believe that today there is an active group of people who are believers in the 'Flat Earth'?...
by Primus
07 Jul 2017 19:25
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

Wow that's rich considering we didn't actually colonize them. Angrez isn't a symbol of oppression. Aryan and n*gger are. Its called subverting the original meaning. Just like how Swastika has been subverted. And as i pointed out, Swastika is also an english word, bearing close resemblence to the or...
by Primus
07 Jul 2017 04:19
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

^ Hmm...... if the native Americans did not have agriculture or wheat/rice how did they survive? By some estimates, the population of North America in the late 1400s was around the same as that of Europe or even higher. When the white man came, he did not find the local flora to be wild but orderly,...
by Primus
05 Jul 2017 20:56
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

If thats not dogma, i don't know what is. It is very simple- if you wish to claim a settled urban society at a certain date, one needs to prove mankind was capable of farming or biome supported semi-nomadic hunter-gatherers at the said date. Otherwise, its just fanciful, uncorroborated stories. tha...
by Primus
05 Jul 2017 02:45
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

But point is, scientifically speaking, when one is speculating, it must be theoretically possible and have no contradictory evidence towards it. So when we start to see, genetically speaking, all farming investigated so far is post ice-age, the body of evidence against an advanced/semi-advanced cit...
by Primus
04 Jul 2017 22:48
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

I came back to this thread because a classmate of mine of the same ilk as the author of this farticle posted it on the FB page of our class as further 'proof' that he is indeed from the long-disadvantaged 'Dravidian' race, thus justifying his current 'privileged' status. For complex reasons, I am t...
by Primus
04 Jul 2017 22:44
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

You need to give an explanation on how a city can exist prior to farming - or atleast show us what could've been farmed in 12,000 BC for a settled civilization to flourish on that age in India. I am no expert on this and though I do have Nilesh Ji's books, they are still on my 'to be read' list :( ...
by Primus
04 Jul 2017 22:23
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2
Replies: 3868
Views: 124992

Re: Out-of-India - From Theory to Truth: Part 2

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-opinion/how-genetics-is-settling-the-aryan-migration-debate/article19091109.ece HAs this been critiqued already please? My sincere apologies if a repeat, but was keen to get a perspective from the learned gurujan including Hakim sa'ab et al TIA I came back to...
by Primus
04 Apr 2017 20:40
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-US relations: News and Discussions III
Replies: 3964
Views: 330618

Re: India-US relations: News and Discussions III

Parting shot by Obama Admin.? In US Government Report, Sharp Words For 'Rights Violations' In India It has also become very much the norm now for the 'liberal' media to do an equal-equal with Trump and Modi and their respective administrations. It's a meme that has been spread far and wide and swal...
by Primus
04 Apr 2017 19:40
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-US relations: News and Discussions III
Replies: 3964
Views: 330618

Re: India-US relations: News and Discussions III

One of the recurrent memes of euro exploration was no sooner had their rowboat landed on the beach of a unknown land they would claim the whole land and its resources for god , king and country The Pope actually 'gave' the Eastern half of the world to the Portuguese and the Western half to the Span...
by Primus
31 Mar 2017 02:39
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Understanding US thread-III
Replies: 3131
Views: 170306

Re: Understanding US thread-III

^^^. Hospitals and doctors have different rates: contracted rate and billing. The contracted rate is much lower. The hope is double insurance by the patient (husband and wife) could add more to the office. This stopped long ago when the other insurance would point out the office/facility was alread...
by Primus
30 Mar 2017 03:36
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Understanding US thread-III
Replies: 3131
Views: 170306

Re: Understanding US thread-III

A very easy solution to this problem exist, remove the the gougers i.e. the middlemen, and implement a universal healthcare system (UHS). That should bring down the cost by 50 - 80%. But what are the the chances that a UHS will get implement for a foreseeable future?! It is very rare but on this oc...
by Primus
29 Mar 2017 03:22
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News and Discussion - April 2013
Replies: 3962
Views: 118185

Re: Indo-UK News and Discussion - April 2013

They were careful not to cause human casualties, esp after the Birmingham Six episode. There was a huge backlash against Irish people and their business interests after that. They could kill the British soldiers in N.Ireland but not on mainland UK and never targeted civilians. Primusji "There ...
by Primus
24 Mar 2017 22:02
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News and Discussion - April 2013
Replies: 3962
Views: 118185

Re: Indo-UK News and Discussion - April 2013

in my childhood the IRA used some math and rigged up a van with a few mortars and landed a couple in the garden of 10 downing. the IRA were actually quite sophisticated but generally chose not to go for mass casualty attacks They were careful not to cause human casualties, esp after the Birmingham ...
by Primus
24 Mar 2017 06:07
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News and Discussion - April 2013
Replies: 3962
Views: 118185

Re: Indo-UK News and Discussion - April 2013

Killer was born Adrian Elms in Kent as Christian later converted to Islam. He was sent to prison at least twice where he is supposed to have been radicalised. At the moment disproportionately high number of prisoners are Muslims in Britain. It is the same all over Europe. In France muslims make up ...
by Primus
24 Mar 2017 01:43
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News and Discussion - April 2013
Replies: 3962
Views: 118185

Re: Indo-UK News and Discussion - April 2013

The muslim population in the UK has doubled in the past decade and for the first time has now crossed 3 million, i.e. more than 5% of the total. More than 50% are born outside UK. This is a demographic time bomb for UK given the fact that there is little desire to assimilate into the majority. Even ...
by Primus
08 Mar 2017 02:41
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-US relations: News and Discussions III
Replies: 3964
Views: 330618

Re: India-US relations: News and Discussions III

ramana wrote:
Hence I say get involved in Mayor races as Chief of Police is under them.


Been saying this for a while now. Why be a Police Chief if you can be Mayor? That's how Juice get the power. Why be an attorney when you can be the Judge?
by Primus
06 Mar 2017 03:41
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-US relations: News and Discussions III
Replies: 3964
Views: 330618

Re: India-US relations: News and Discussions III

Steve Bannon, we are told, read and quotes the Gita. And that makes some of us happy, validated and proud, and snootily disdainful of anyone that opposes Trump chacha. Not really. Oppenheimer read and quoted the Gita and yet was the architect of the weapon that killed over 100,000 defenseless Japan...
by Primus
06 Mar 2017 00:37
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-US relations: News and Discussions III
Replies: 3964
Views: 330618

Re: India-US relations: News and Discussions III

It cost $3 per minute to call home, plane ticket to India was equal to half my monthly salary. It could be years before we were able to visit desh and it was almost impossible for parents on Indian salaries to travel to the US. Half a month's salary? More like a few months if one bought even a few ...
by Primus
05 Mar 2017 20:36
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-US relations: News and Discussions III
Replies: 3964
Views: 330618

Re: India-US relations: News and Discussions III

Primus, Desis are too emotionally involved in last election. ..............While those people here nestled in their special perches here trotted off to fight "feminazism" as represented by hillary - many Indian desi women were terrified that Trump means their husbands may not have jobs, t...
by Primus
05 Mar 2017 06:37
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-US relations: News and Discussions III
Replies: 3964
Views: 330618

Re: India-US relations: News and Discussions III

Less than two weeks ago I was meeting some old friends for dinner and one of them had invited a 'friend' of his, a desi guy with a job in the finance sector. This fella happened to sit next to me at the dinner table, we were squished together since it was a busy restaurant with limited space. Within...
by Primus
04 Mar 2017 00:12
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India-US relations: News and Discussions III
Replies: 3964
Views: 330618

Re: India-US relations: News and Discussions III

Yes, the biggest advantage Juice have over Dharmics is that unless they wear traditional garb or yarmulkes they can easily pass for WASPS in any place, I know some who are blonde, even redheads. There is no 'typical' phenotype any more. So in a public place you can't tell. In workplace they often ha...

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