Discussion in 'China' started by JAYRAM, Jun 7, 2011.
China Defense Blog: Communist propaganda of the day: PLAAF Top Gun.
OK, how exactly was the American film Top Gun not propaganda for USAF? Top Gun released in 1986, just enough time to serve as a recruitment tool to make Air Force life look really cool, just in time for the swarm of recruits (skilled American youth who should have gone on to pursue professional education) to make it to the First Gulf War, where air warfare played a big role.
tarun the Top gun was based on the USN avation core not the USAF and to add to your post it also made Ray ban avaiator glass the Must have things in the late 80's
Communist top gun?
This I gotta see.
My bad, yes, US Navy Air corps, and that was exactly what was actively used in the First Gulf War.
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So Chang Lee & Ching Lee has replaced Tom Cruise & Kelly McGillis. Probably Badguy will replace Val Kilmer.
Communist Propaganda Of the Day ( MRCA )..
The intrigues behind the sale of "burst" by France to India
These days, the French media, with loads of enthusiasm and joy, announced with pride and excitement that India has decided to acquire 126 fighter "Rafale" from the French company Dassault and the negotiations for technical the realization of this huge bidding nearly 10 billion euros will be started right away so that any difficulties be lifted and removed and that the final contract is signed at the earliest.
As for Dassault, he promptly published a statement in which it is said: "The aircraft manufacturer Dassault and its trading partners are grateful to the Government and people of India for the opportunity they provide them by allowing them to further strengthen their relations of mutual partnership. ". As for French President Nicolas Sarkozy, he said that the choice of India's fighter "Rafale" to equip its air force is "a signal of confidence in the French economy." For its part the French Prime Minister Francois Fillon went further, saying that "it is very good news" for Dassault, for France and for French industry. This announcement has surged over 20% as the Dassault Aviation earlier this afternoon. In short, it's really like a beautiful and delicious cake fell from the sky and for use only by Dassault and the French government!
The feeling excited, delirious and bustle of the French part resembles the behavior of Fanjin, which had a fit of madness upon learning that he was successful in the three-year provincial review (under the Ming and Qing) and that he became a scholar juren recognized by the authorities), is quite understandable, because since its commissioning military official in 2000, the "Flurry" has always been considered "the fighter the more difficult for sale around the world "and until 2011, that is to say last year, France has not managed to sell one and the result was still zero for export. Then, it was desired to sell to South Korea and Singapore. But in deference to the United States and not to hurt them, these two do not want and preferred to buy American fighter planes more advanced type. Faced with this desperate situation, the French remembered their former client in India and have turned their eyes to her. In 1953, it was just with India that the French group Dassault signed its first export contract. Subsequently, this country has successively acquired almost all types of fighter aircraft manufactured by the French aircraft manufacturer of the "Mystery IV" to "Mirage 2000". As for the ground staff of the Indian Air Force, he knows the characteristics of French combat aircraft. Thus the preference given by the Indian side and the efforts of the French part in advertising the "Rafale" finally contributed to the success of this transaction.
Another reason for satisfaction and contentment shown by the French government has just the campaign that unfolds in an exciting atmosphere, and feverish excitement throughout France. For Nicolas Sarkozy, he wants to be reelected in order to continue his brilliant career. But there is one obstacle that stands before him and that overshadows the success of its governance and success of the exercise of its power and it is precisely the country's economic slump. Now this obstacle disappears with the lucrative contract offered by the Indian side and it should under no circumstances let this unique opportunity to address and redress the French industry, because there will be five hundred companies in France and some six thousand employees participate in the manufacture of fighter aircraft and to complete the big contract.
As for India, it has also its calculations and referred. For a time she will have these fighters, its air force will be strengthened, it will feel stronger and bolder and will then have the audacity and the temerity to confront, to compete and to measure with his rivals and potential adversaries and traditional: Pakistan and China. On the other hand, among the 126 "Rafale" which will be sold, only 18 will be built in France, while the remaining 108 will be assembled and mounted on Indian soil, allowing the transfer of French technology in it. It's really a fat contract and the Indian side would perform silly if it does not do everything for it to be definitively concluded at the earliest! Apart from that, the geopolitical point of view, India is keen and wants to diversify arms imports so that its equipment is no longer under the control of certain countries.
In recent years, India has made great efforts to achieve expansion of its arms and to increase the size of his army. This turn of the situation should be taken seriously. See, she struggles, strives and goes to great lengths to acquire aircraft carriers from Russia to-air missiles from the MBDA missile systems (world leader in the development and manufacture of missiles and missile systems) and patrol with U.S.. The actions she engages bring great instability in the region of South Asia as well as throughout the Asian region where the situation becomes increasingly tense. According to international media reports, India is currently spending tens of billions of dollars to optimize the arms of his armies, which she says is necessary to address the "ongoing challenge" launched by Pakistani and Chinese parties, when in reality it causes the arms race that is gaining in intensity. And it is precisely at that time that France sells to India 126 fighter "Rafale" and move it encourages and excites and spurs his appetite and ambition to become a great military power while intensifying under its aggressive and expansionist, which poses a serious threat to peace and stability in Asia!
France is now just after the United States, Russia, Britain and Germany, the fifth of the world's major countries exporting weapons and most of his customers are the countries of Europe and Gulf and Russia and India. In today's world when the international situation is constantly changing and where regional conflicts occur continually and at any time, the sale unbridled, uninhibited and outrageous weapons by France can not but cause concern of the international community who cares seriously and earnestly.
In the twentieth century in France there was a great writer called Romain Roland (1866 - 1944), Nobel Laureate for Literature, which was strongly opposed to the war. In India, there has been an illustrious politician named Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869 - 1948) who was a pacifist leader known worldwide for his fights against violence. At present, their homelands are engaged in an arms deal sinister and repulsive, which shakes and profoundly changes the international community. If by chance the two great and illustrious men are still alive, what they feel about this selfish and pernicious transaction and what is the judgment that they would address this matter? At you get the idea.
Les menÃ©es qui se cachent derriÃ¨re la vente de Â« rafale Â» par la France Ã l'Inde-Le Quotidien du Peuple en ligne
Who would give a damn to that commie propaganda?
So the Chinese AGENTS are present in France too
And I thought that only Indian Communist parties are Chinese agents
Yes, we will, y u have problm with that?
we are not borrowing from you, so shut the hell up...
Check the Indian History first and then talk..if not just take some time to read Ramayana and Mahabharata wars. We had deadly weapons since ancient times. We do worship 'Shakti' alongwith 'Shanti'. So tell your gov n army not to look at India you chini...
Thank you peace loving china for the series of confidence building measures
!! Communists are always this stupid or is it just their instinct to survive since they know that without force, people would never by their crap willingly!
Hey Mr Chinese even you are bailing out Europe by giving easy loans
But in RETURN they are NOT going to SELL you any weapon
Even if you OFFER them 100 Billion DOLLARS
Interesting fighter look like stealth movie in US..
/\/\/\ It's so stealthy that it comes with a magnifying glass for the pilots.
So Says the Peacefull rise of Chicom guys.....
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I was not flaming just pointing out how peaceful they are... Now tell me which part of my post was wrong????
PRC is also investing in arms, albeit, domestically, and also by illegal cloning. Pot-Kettle, and you know the rest.
Who in this world is respected unless he is known to be strong? Nothing stupid about PRC, they are doing the right thing from their PoV.
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