Britain: How ignorant a country's population can ever get

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  1. Wisemarko

    Wisemarko Regular Member

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    https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/world/which-countries-get-the-most-foreign-aid/

    It is pretty ridiculous to give aid when local population needs are not met. US does the same thing and people get angry- no wonder Trump wins. He was one of the first ones to openly oppose aid to Pakistan. Although, there are so many vested interests that such scams continue. Recipient country doesn’t benefit much either. US spent 42 billion a year on such aid in 2016! Obviously I don’t see any miraculous growth or improvements in any nation that received these large amounts.
     
  2. Haldiram

    Haldiram Senior Member Senior Member

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    Yes, they do.

    If their initial assertion itself is made in bad faith, one can safely assume that all their arguments going forward will be based on white lies and manipulation.

    While we are deflecting an onslaught of narratives from Britain, we have to work on building our own national narrative.

    In the medium term, we have to shift the credit of India's liberation from Gandhi to Bose, and change our independence day from 15th august 1947 to December 30 1943, when Bose hoisted the first Indian flag on Andaman. Give due respect to the INA soldiers who participated in the freedom struggle.


    Glad to see that we're moving in that direction.



    In the long term, we have to wipe out Pakistan, because it is the last remaining vestige of the colonial legacy. It was created precisely to make sure that the West can keep a backdoor to keep meddling in Indian affairs forever.

    As long as we are inching towards these two things, let the Brits bark how-much-ever they want.
     
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  3. nongaddarliberal

    nongaddarliberal Senior Member Senior Member

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    MEA should come out with a strong public statement requiring foreign countries to cease their aid which goes towards their own NGO's anyway, due to that fact that India's government budget is well over 400 billion dollars which in combination with our growing economy is enough for poverty alleviation. These idiotic politicians in the UK are needlessly bringing India into their own domestic debates regarding their miniscule aid which India didn't even ask for.
     
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  4. sorcerer

    sorcerer Senior Member Veteran Member Senior Member

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    IMO, any money is good money. They looted us..nothing wrong with the aid..they should not call it aid..but compensation for losses briturds made in India during their rule.
    Whatever they call it ..its well deserved.
    Let them fools donate for their ego..but the world knows what India is doing and the futile actions of Britards.

    Its not that they dont understand..but they can pamper their ego that way .. They are kinda like pakis in reasoning terrorism.
    :D
    Brits can continue to do it till we overtake their ECONOMY, this year and it will be news all over the world.
    But Britards should continue and donate to Indian economy who is ahead of them. May be pakis got Jihad logic from the Brit masters
    :D
     
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  5. nongaddarliberal

    nongaddarliberal Senior Member Senior Member

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    If buying that new car costs less than 1% of his bank balance, then there is nothing to make fun of. ISRO does not even take up 1% of India's government spending. These western news outlets portray the situation as if India is spending half it's budget on space exploration and nothing on poverty alleviation. I wonder where these people's western education goes when they simply can't or refuse to acknowledge the actual percentages involved. We do not need to justify their drivel, as it has no logical basis. And it has everything to do with Britain and India. Indians don't go around the internet trolling countries that have done us no harm. If Cambodia were to suddenly try and modernize it's army, you wouldn't find lakhs of Indian netizens trolling their country and lecturing them on how to run their country, at the same time calling their people subhumans. That is simply not in our nature. It is very much in western nature on the other hand, to try and humiliate people who do them no harm.
     
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  6. Indx TechStyle

    Indx TechStyle War Mongerer Veteran Member Senior Member

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    Problem is that this money is being used against us, not well being.
     
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    mayfair Elite Member Elite Member

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    That is true, this money goes to British NGOs and their operations in India. Naught to do with any governmental schemes.
     
  8. Icarus

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    Social media is not the real world. You're talking of social media alone, where such behavior can be found. Indians may not troll Cambodia on social media but in the 'real world' you can witness such petty behavior. All I am saying is, we must separate politics (which is unique and based on geo-poltical realities) from basic human psychology (which is common to all).
     
  9. Indx TechStyle

    Indx TechStyle War Mongerer Veteran Member Senior Member

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    I think then surveys about Indophobia and Indophillia are enough. Second, Indians don't bother about Cambodia or England as much England do. Be it SM or real world.

    Second, half of writers I'm quoting aren't even Indian but Britons. Enough to reflect what I've been implying.
    We didn't. You may never see us bashing UK for HMS Astute because of inequality in England. Nor any other country bashing our basic projects for internal issues, not making false news of aiding the project.

    It's just a desperate childish attempt to somehow claim contribution in others' achievement and can't be found basically in adult humans.
    Or prove me wrong, find me similar news from any other country about India or any other country.
     
  10. indiatester

    indiatester Senior Member Senior Member

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    What are you talking about?
    You are being self contradictory. You may have seen 1-2 incidents of petty behaviour and are trying to extrapolate it to India as a whole at the same time you are ignoring a large sample of Indians on SM and are trying to brush it off as it not being 'real world'.
     
  11. Mikesingh

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    Dr Shashi Tharoor MP - Britain Does Owe Reparations



    Please delete if posted before.
     
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    This abdool was crying "racism" when europeans were accusing muslim refugees of rapes and other crimes. The same countries bashing India is is just "human nature".

    https://defenceforumindia.com/forum...re-christian-europe.81083/page-4#post-1435493
     
  13. Indx TechStyle

    Indx TechStyle War Mongerer Veteran Member Senior Member

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    Hypocrisy won't find excuse anywhere. He's a pseudo atheist & pseudo liberal minority advocate.
    Not needed, if they can discontinue their agenda of publishing every single petty crime news or propagating even fake news to make mass Indophobic, will be enough.

    Regarding Colonial Rule, winners always get the cake. It's on us not to reclaim what we lost but rebuild.
     
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    Britain Would Collapse If It Tried to Pay Back the Money it Drained From India’
    Britain drained more than 9 trillion pounds from India over 173 years, says economist Utsa Patnaik.

    Britain would collapse if it tried to pay back the money it drained from India, eminent economist Utsa Patnaik said at a conference at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi on Wednesday.

    Delivering the inaugural lecture at the three-day Sam Moyo Memorial Conference on “Land and Labour Questions in the Global South”, Utsa Patnaik said that the estimated drain from India to Britain over the period from 1765 to 1938 was a whopping 9.184 trillion pounds, several times the size of the UK’s GDP today.
     
  15. Indx TechStyle

    Indx TechStyle War Mongerer Veteran Member Senior Member

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    Yet won't be able to payback even a fraction.
    No one's asking for lost things anyway, if Indophobic propaganda could be discontinued, will be appreciated.
     
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    Kshatriya87 Senior Member Senior Member

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    Also an apology and official acknowledgement of Churchill as the cause for a famine which led to the deaths of millions of Indians.
     
  17. Indx TechStyle

    Indx TechStyle War Mongerer Veteran Member Senior Member

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    I won't even ask for that. Seriously, this thread is running for entertainment. I post here because I find it funny.

    I don't give a damn about what they think or their apologies.
     
  18. Virendra

    Virendra Moderator Moderator

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    BBC ran a so called "Research" article that claimed intolerance was rising in India due to nationalism, on basis of a sample size of ...
    wait for it ....
    40 people. :crazy:
    It would have been gulped for subconscious narrative building in the mainstream, if a media outlet called OpIndia hadn't thoroughly called their bluff.
     
  19. Kshatriya87

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    On further research, you might find that those 40 people belong to lefty prestitute media.
     
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    Another day, another Britard making his ignorance known worldwide. This one is a race car driver feeling conflicted while racing in India.

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    Lewis Hamilton calls India 'poor' place, questions F1 body's expansion plans

    https://www.indiatvnews.com/sports/...ce-questions-f1-body-s-expansion-plans-482532

    Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has questioned the the motorsport governing body's decision to expand to new countries with no genuine racing tradition. In a rather controversial remark, the Mercedes driver told BBC that he felt conflicted while he was racing in India as it is a "poor" place.

    "I've been to India before to a race which was strange because India was such a poor place yet we had this massive, beautiful grand prix track made in the middle of nowhere. I felt very conflicted when I went to that grand prix," Hamilton told BBC.

    "On the racing side, I don't know how important it is to go to new countries as such," said Hamilton who sealed his fifth world title last month.

    "If you had the Silverstone Grand Prix and a London Grand Prix, it would be pretty cool."

    Hamilton's comments came in the wake of Formula One's decision to hold its first ever Grand Prix in Vietnam's capital Hanoi on a street circuit in 2020, the contract of which extends till 10 years.

    Formula One has rapidly expanded in countries such as China, India, South Korea, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Russia, Azerbaijan and Turkey.
     
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