How Nehru sold Indian interests

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  1. Samar Rathi

    Samar Rathi Regular Member

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    Manmohan did not correct map error to protect Nehru name
    An Arunachal territory as large as Sikkim or Goa has been shown as belonging to China. Sources say that Sonia Gandhi felt rectifying the map would draw attention to an error committed during the period in office of Jawaharlal Nehru.

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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    The more and more history gets exposed, the more and more I get convinced that the Nehru Gandhis have done more damage to India than anyone else.

    And what is most galling is that this family takes it that India was bequeathed to the Nehru Gandhis by the British as a jagir and they could in a footloose style give away land as per their whims and fancies.

    1.They gave away half of Punjab and half of Bengal in concert with Gandhi, who has said Partition over his dead body.

    2. Then gave away one third of Kashmir by having the ceasefire, without even consulting the Cabinet.

    3. Then gave away Aksai Chin and parts of Ladakh that are Indian territory in 1962.

    4. Gave way the Coco Islands to Burma in the 1950s.

    5. Gave away Kachchatheevu Island in 1974, without ratification by the Parliament.

    6. Gwadar not taken when offered.

    6. And now we learn of the fishtails!

    How many more, who knows.

    That is what happens when the political leadership is bereft of any education in strategy and vision.

    All our strategic woes lie at the manner in which this family has taken India to be their fief.
     
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    The new govt. must ensure transparency in the border issues. Even we do not get the details of the boundary discussions with China. An early settlement of the boundary disputes can make India and China richer.
     
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    As facts come out in open certain changes should be made to our history as to what a traitor and a worthless leader Nehru was and should be taught to childrens in school. If not for SV Patel we would have lost more territory. God knows what more treacherous facts are buried that this buffoon of a pm has done to India.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    I would not call Nehru a traitor because I think it was because he was a clueless chap and a briefness barrister, with little idea of reality, but totally full of ego, being the sidekick of Gandhi that caused him to bumble through his political career leading to reality being exposed in 1962 causing his demise.

    And the Mountbattens like him and so this WOG (Westernised Oriental Gentleman) thought he was British and what did the natives know?

    Ego and not treachery was his motivation to act like a strategic clot.
     
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    You make a point and thats precisely why he is a traitor.

    Putting self interests and ego in front of national interests.

    WOG, did he forget that we were ruled by those same gentlemen and what gentlemanly crimes they had committed to our forefathers during that period.

    Thinking a country like India didn't need a military, making our jawans suffer by neglecting the armed forces.

    It is said life is a teacher, what did he learn from slavery of a foreign ruler. People like him should know what freedom was woth and what it cost us, but instead of building on our strength, he compromised it.

    If his ego came in the way, then he must have thought that he is bigger than the country and that what makes him a traitor because he took decisions even without thinking of the consequences and thats not what a leader does.

    He is a traitor.
     
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    I think we will keep seeing repeat of such blunders until the common man is not only informed of them, but he/she also begins to take enough interest in them as matters of consequence.
    As of now, some are worried about daily bread (like the lady who scolds Sigham in the latest movie) .. others are worried about how much hike in their shares is expected with the change in Govt.
    The ones left are worried about why Shahrukh is doing the same kind of romance on screen or why Gutthi hasn't shown again on Kapil's show.
    There is nobody to ponder on why China has intruded so deep in our lands .. oh wait that is it .. do the people even consider these are their lands.
    It seems concerns start and end with the limits of household for every man and woman.
    Awareness of what is happening in the Govt or at the borders is something too hi-fi where we don't bother much. Not my Cup of Tea ...
    That is what gives the leverage to Gvoernments like that of ManMohan Singh or people like Nehru, to do what they did to this nation.
    Where is the national thought and national consciousness which was supposed to boil and take action on all these blunders long ago?
    Even after the modern nationalism of two centuries, same mistake as made in medieval times. Do we not learn from history?

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    Have you not seen the current crop of MPs, who think they are bigger than the country.

    And the lord over all people and think that they are entitled privileges that you and I don't have?

    It is our feudal culture that revisits us as it visited them before.

    Bareboned and logically, you maybe right.

    But then in India, the rich and powerful, all think they are a privileged class and they know it all.
     
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    Yes the current bunch is more rotten then a rat carcass, but we have hope with a better leader and hoping people keep voting such people to power even though what @Virendra say is true. People have short memories, especially Indian.
     
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    The most outrageous betrayal is Nehru
    Every now and then Indians vomit over Nehru who died 50 years ago to shift the blame for your current woes. :lol: Such threads pop up again and again therefore.

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    At least, Indians are ready to face errors, unlike the Chinese, who cannot dare speak of the horrors of the Cultural Revolution or the Tienanmen Square.


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    Basic spineless, moral cowards and as Mao said, 'Frogs in the Well'
     
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    Yes i absolutely agree and i am sick of debating over who will win cricket match and which hero will make which films and in this matter i like USA foreign/strategic affairs debate like "The Aspen Institute", COFR ,AEI ,Hudson Institute ,brookings Institute etc which gives people a platform to think about country problems then find a solution.
     
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    The damage done by Nehru will linger on for decades.
     
  15. SilentKiller

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    Anyway if nehru was not aware about reality in 60's nor are we aware about reality today.

    reality is china has gone too ahead in infra and economy, we should work on its influence containment not get in fights with it RIGHT NOW, its not the time. China too require india on many fronts and india can use this too.
    reality is large wars are being avoided all along, i have personally seen indian infra in north east and leh, and chinese have far exceeded our capability there. we should work on how to effectively stop chinese advance or border violations without major armed escalations.
    learn from mistake we did in 62, we took first step in 62, we were not prepared still our generals presented a face to govt as if our supplies were good, etc...conflicts in today's world will be on small scale and for longer duration. we should work on improving our defenses on chinese front as we cannot afford war on 2 fronts, its not 62 and pakistan will surely get involved in case of armed conflict with chinese.

    Chinese are more unsecured in relationship with US, japan etc, we should be cunning on diplomatic front on when and whom to support as per our interest.
    China too cannot afford war on all its fronts remember this, some times a powerful enemy can be brought down by means other than war.
     

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