'Think tank' Chinese, 'India could be divided into 20 or 30 sovereign states'

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  1. Payeng

    Payeng Daku Mongol Singh

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    This is an English translation from a Brazilian website, I hope the translation goes right.
    Seems like their are no scarcity of Ziad Hamid followers even in PRC :bounce:
     
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    Dravida Nadu FTW ...:peace:
     
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    India should have been more pro active in causing decent in china which is wide spread and support pro-democratic movements and we could have destroyed China long before Tinamen square incident. Some how violent nations like China cant understand Indias decency and restraint.
     
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    Everything south of the Krishna actually belongs to Sri Lanka.
     
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    The Messiah Bow Before Me! Elite Member

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    This chini idiot is not only an idiot but also clueless about Indian sense of unity.

    All this scaremongering from the chinis confirm our viewpoint that they are shit scared of India and what it stands for. It seems even without doing anything our neighbours are scared of us....imagine what a beating they will take if we become proactive in splitting them to pieces :cool2:
     
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    Think tank? What think tank?

    "pseudonym Zhanlue (strategy in Chinese)"? I can't find it in any chinese gov website!

    The fact is that some chinese netizens just made up this article. And our indian friends found it again and again.
     
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    It is from a Brazilian website a third source, well you government websites??? how much we can believe in them, and do you expect your government to express such a comment?
     
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    OT but Indian internet bugs with some knowledge in Chinese language should arrange sub titles for Ziad Hamid commentaries and circulate it the web so that Chinese friends can have an idea about how are their concepts upon us :bounce: :bounce:
     
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    Chinese essay sparks outcry in India

    Chinese essay sparks outcry in India


    Indian academics are up in arms over what they regard as provocative incitement of the country’s demise by a Chinese essayist.

    “China can dismember the so-called ‘Indian Union’ with one little move!” claimed the essay posted last week on China International Strategy Net, a patriotic website focused on strategic issues. The writer, under the pseudonym Zhanlue (strategy in Chinese), argued that India’s sense of national unity was weak and Beijing’s best option to remove an emerging rival and security threat would be to support separatist forces, like those in Assam, to bring about a collapse of the Indian federal state.

    “There cannot be two suns in the sky,” wrote Zhanlue. “China and India cannot really deal with each other harmoniously.” The article suggested that India should be divided into 20 to 30 sovereign states.

    for more head to this link
    Chinese essay sparks outcry in India - FT.com

    This article is from August 2009
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    I think the number of divisions suggested by the Chinese think tank is too conservative.

    It should be more.

    To include my own locality (mohalla) which should be independent and sovereign!
     
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