pattnayak wrote:Reading all these editorials from Global Times and other Chinese mouth-pieces, I am astonished at the level of Chinese scholars' understanding of India. "If we push on sensitive border, India will join CPEC/OBOR", "India did this to show US it can contain India', "India is not on the same level as China, so it will not stand up to us, we will teach them a lesson". Is this really what they think? Do they really think India is trying to curry favors with India and not securing its on territorial integrity?
I am really confused. I hope there are some Chinese policy experts who know why India is doing what its doing.
Well thats exactly what I think they do - create a confusing smokescreen about their real intentions. And thats what I suggested in my last post. If we confuse them too - creative ideas in strategic space - they will pull out their hairs too.
that would be funny.
Seriously. I don't know why, but I thought the Chinese would be a better adversary than Pakistan. Maybe I have not read enough. I am still 27 year old who discovered BRF in college and have been reading it ever since. Trying to educated my self before I open my mouth. One of the reasons I don't comment much.
But after seeing the recent comments by so called scholars from China. I am shocked. They sound like the frat boys I met while doing engineering in US. The kind of people you don't want to talk to, forget about fighting.
In fact for some reason I think Chinese are like those frat douchebags. Flexing muscles. Getting in your face and abusing you. Pacing around like an angry monkey. Unable to have a discussion with facts. The dumb sorority girls (other countries enamored by Chinese muscle flexing) and frat bros like Pakistan (standing behind alpha dog, flexing muscle. But runs like a poodle if the big dog not around) and other countries supporting China seem so juvenile.
We should totally start a trolling campaign against china. Not only on twitter, reddit and FB but also on Weibo. For starters we can go with this http://edition.cnn.com/2017/07/03/africa/kenya-bridge-collapse/index.html
"China upped the ante in Bhutan, because it wants to show the world that it can make good infrastructure projects. Especially after the Kenya bridge collapse, they have to show that they can build something. Therefore they are building this road for that purpose"
Completely ridiculous I know. But I so want to send this as a reply to those condescending Chinese "policy experts".