Philip wrote:Thus PRC nationals in India are spies in reality,plus our entire religious-social-eco-military system is under deep surveillance, where every fact possible is vacuumed out,collated and sent back to Beijing where intel. and cyberwarfare institutions analyse the vast data at hand and devise plans to wage covert war relentlessly below radar,until it feels it's neccessary for an overt stand to mesmerise smaller nations into kowtowing and retreating against its fuller forces,as it planned for Ladakh,with the troops on exercise dividing and making a beeline for PLA objectives on the ground.
Phew that is one long dhoti line to wrap around and shiver!
Fortunately the IA came to the nation ' s rescue by meeting sudden surprise attacks with immense courage and fortitude. The SSF's rude surprise saw it give us the advantage of swift momentum on the mil. chessboard ,checkmating it in game 1.
So in a nutshell, despite all that you wrote in the first line about vast surveillance and grand control centers filled with bright eyed cheeni analysts sipping Shart-bucks coffee, all it took was a few slaps from Indian army to make the billion dollar cyberwarfare institutions with incredible analytical capabilities to crumble? To use Iron Mike's wisdom, if you want to be treated as a superpower, you better have a power-projection plan that outlives a literal punch in the face.
In contrast, the cheap-skating Indian non-state actors used Google's even more massive server farms and Teetar seem to have had far more effect on the Cheeni internal-psyche than these glass buildings in Shanghai we shiver at, had on India. From the cheeni message boards, it is obvious the cheeni public knows India bitch-slapped china recently and their soldiers died, yet no retribution was forthcoming from Xitler. All because of this low budget Indian cyber-tool called "posting".
Personally, I consider the cheeni cyberwarfare institutions are drummed up way beyond their capabilities, for higher budgets by the NSA types. I have posted this before here - Two years back, I had hosted for a day, the gent who used to deal with daily cheeni attacks on khan's smart-grid. He is from that storied little college next to Charles River and is a gilt-carded member of their NSF etc. From what he says there are tons of daily attacks from cheen, but nearly all are low-class spam types attempted by 10-center equivalents who want to log a daily task report that says "Logged 10 attacks on Chattanooga's substation" etc. The serious ones gets contained and a "repercussion" gets authorized. He says India is doing a decent job as per his estimate and once a while, the rest of the world does sent a harsh message back to China's grid, which we never hear of