Failed Terrorist State of Pakistan: Idiotic Musings

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There are 2 possibilities here as to why Xinnie the Poop is not traveling around:

1) There's a high chance that the emperor is not well or is immuno-compromised. That means he is susceptible to catching the Wuhan virus and does not want to risk it. Now obviously these details will not come out openly, so we have to assume that's the case.

2) Another possibility is that there is a deadly power struggle going on within the CCP and he has made too many enemies. His fear is that if he left the country, there could be a political coup by his rivals.

We all know how empires and kingdoms work. For all practical purposes, China is no longer a single-party republic; it is a kingdom with a spatter of red.

It is much needed though ,to keep their jaahil awaam fanatic forever :cruisin2:.
The more radicalized they get, the greater the chance of an internal conflict.
 

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2) Another possibility is that there is a deadly power struggle going on within the CCP and he has made too many enemies. His fear is that if he left the country, there could be a political coup by his rivals.
any one who wants power can kill him using neurotoxins (like brother of kim jong un). :notsure::notsure::notsure:
 

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The only way to change that is to change the identity of the city, starting with the name. Cities are known by their name. Allahabad was not Allahabad always and was instead Prayag which has been restored. Faizabad was Ayodhya, etc. You get the idea.

Diluting the legacy of invaders starts with names. Once that changes, these people you speak of "visa free Pakistan", will see the direction of the winds and start toning down with sufficient pressure.



In the face of you guys and us, they will always be united. Don't forget that. Kashmir was not a Shia-Sunni issue when Hindus & Sikhs thrived there. Ladakh is not facing a communal tension between us Buddhists and Muslims - but shia muslims in particular.

So you need to understand that they will never divide themselves against our kind.
Speaking on the importance of names, here's one very interesting article from Veer Savarkar's Essentials of Hindutva.

What is in a name?
We hope that the fair Maid of Verona who made the impassioned appeal to her
lover to change 'a name that was 'nor hand, nor foot, nor arm, nor face, nor any other
part belonging to a man' would forgive us for this our idolatrous attachment to it
when we make bold to assert that, 'Hindus we are and love to remain so!' We too
would, had we been in the position of that good Friar, have advised her youthful
lover to yield to the pleasing pressure of the logic which so fondly urged 'What's in a
name? That which we call a rose would smell as sweet by any other name!' For,
things do matter more than their names, especially when you have to choose one
only of the two, or when the association between them is either new or simple. The
very fact that a thing is indicated by a dozen names in a dozen human tongues
disarms the suspicion that there is an invariable connection or natural connection or
natural concomitance between sound and the meaning it conveys. Yet, as the
association of the word with the thing is signifies grows stronger and lasts long, so
does the channel which connects the two states of consciousness tend to allow an
easy flow of thoughts from one to the other, till at last it seems almost impossible to
separate them. And when in addition to this a number of sexondary thoughts or
feelings that are generally roused by the thing get mystically entwined with the word
that signifies it, the name seems to matter as much as the thing itself.
Would the fair
Apostle of the creed that so movingly questioned 'What's in a name?' have liked it
herself to nickname the God of her idolatry as 'Paris' instead of 'Romeo'? Or would
he have been ready to swear by the moon that 'tipped with silver all the fruit
tree-tops,' that it would serve as sweet and musical to his heart to call his 'Juliet' by
'any other name' such as for example - 'Rosalind?' Nay more; there are words which
imply an idea in itself extremely complex or an ideal or a vast and abstract
generalization and which seem to take, as it were, a being unto themselves or live
and grow as an organism would do. Such names though they be 'nor hand, nor foot,
nor any other part belonging to a man,' are not all that, precisely because they are the
very soul of man. They become the idea itself and live longer than generations of
man do.
Jesus died but Christ has survived the Roman Emperors and that Empire.
Inscribe at the foot of one of those beautiful paintings of 'Madonna' the name of
'Fatima' and a Spaniard would keep gazing at it as curiously as at any other piece of
art; but just restore the name of 'Madonna' instead, and behold his knees would lose
their stiffness and bend his eyes their inquisitiveness and turn inwards in adoring

recognition, and his whole being get suffused with a consciousness of the presence
of Divine Motherhood and Love! What is in a name? Ah! call Ayodhya, Honolulu,
or nickname her immortal Prince, a Pooh Bah, or ask the Americans to change
Washington into a Chengizkhan, or persuade a Mohammedan to call himself a Jew,
and you would soon find that the 'open sesame' was not the only word of its type.
 

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Speaking on the importance of names, here's one very interesting article from Veer Savarkar's Essentials of Hindutva.

What is in a name?
We hope that the fair Maid of Verona who made the impassioned appeal to her
lover to change 'a name that was 'nor hand, nor foot, nor arm, nor face, nor any other
part belonging to a man' would forgive us for this our idolatrous attachment to it
when we make bold to assert that, 'Hindus we are and love to remain so!' We too
would, had we been in the position of that good Friar, have advised her youthful
lover to yield to the pleasing pressure of the logic which so fondly urged 'What's in a
name? That which we call a rose would smell as sweet by any other name!' For,
things do matter more than their names, especially when you have to choose one
only of the two, or when the association between them is either new or simple. The
very fact that a thing is indicated by a dozen names in a dozen human tongues
disarms the suspicion that there is an invariable connection or natural connection or
natural concomitance between sound and the meaning it conveys. Yet, as the
association of the word with the thing is signifies grows stronger and lasts long, so
does the channel which connects the two states of consciousness tend to allow an
easy flow of thoughts from one to the other, till at last it seems almost impossible to
separate them. And when in addition to this a number of secondary thoughts or
feelings that are generally roused by the thing get mystically entwined with the word
that signifies it, the name seems to matter as much as the thing itself.
Would the fair
Apostle of the creed that so movingly questioned 'What's in a name?' have liked it
herself to nickname the God of her idolatry as 'Paris' instead of 'Romeo'? Or would
he have been ready to swear by the moon that 'tipped with silver all the fruit
tree-tops,' that it would serve as sweet and musical to his heart to call his 'Juliet' by
'any other name' such as for example - 'Rosalind?' Nay more; there are words which
imply an idea in itself extremely complex or an ideal or a vast and abstract
generalization and which seem to take, as it were, a being unto themselves or live
and grow as an organism would do. Such names though they be 'nor hand, nor foot,
nor any other part belonging to a man,' are not all that, precisely because they are the
very soul of man. They become the idea itself and live longer than generations of
man do.
Jesus died but Christ has survived the Roman Emperors and that Empire.
Inscribe at the foot of one of those beautiful paintings of 'Madonna' the name of
'Fatima' and a Spaniard would keep gazing at it as curiously as at any other piece of
art; but just restore the name of 'Madonna' instead, and behold his knees would lose
their stiffness and bend his eyes their inquisitiveness and turn inwards in adoring

recognition, and his whole being get suffused with a consciousness of the presence
of Divine Motherhood and Love! What is in a name? Ah! call Ayodhya, Honolulu,
or nickname her immortal Prince, a Pooh Bah, or ask the Americans to change
Washington into a Chengiz khan, or persuade a Mohammedan to call himself a Jew,
and you would soon find that the 'open sesame' was not the only word of its type.
Make so much sense

As someone from a state with negligible role in the independence struggle (Sikkim was a protectorate kingdom and had not interest in participating with the ensuing chaos), I used to keep myself away earlier from Savarkar and the kind. But the more I read about them the more I appreciated what they were trying to achieve. The translation of Savarakar's word "Hindudom" into "Hindu race" (mistranslated intentionally) though has done a lot of damage to his reputation internationally.
 

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There are 2 possibilities here as to why Xinnie the Poop is not traveling around:

1) There's a high chance that the emperor is not well or is immuno-compromised. That means he is susceptible to catching the Wuhan virus and does not want to risk it. Now obviously these details will not come out openly, so we have to assume that's the case.

2) Another possibility is that there is a deadly power struggle going on within the CCP and he has made too many enemies. His fear is that if he left the country, there could be a political coup by his rivals.

We all know how empires and kingdoms work. For all practical purposes, China is no longer a single-party republic; it is a kingdom with a spatter of red.


The more radicalized they get, the greater the chance of an internal conflict.

Xi’s internal power struggle is with the Jiang Zemin faction. If things go wrong he could lose his bid for 'chairmanship for life'.

Xi's original 10 year term is set to be up this year at the CCP plenary in November.
 

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any one who wants power can kill him using neurotoxins (like brother of kim jong un). :notsure::notsure::notsure:
I don't think it is that easy even within the CCP. If that were the case, he'd have been dispatched to Mao a long time back.

There are clearly a lot of precautions that he is taking due to the paranoia of being an emperor. It is natural. Imagine being the final word of a country of 1.4 billion people that controls a $15 trillion economy and planning to replace the extant world policeman.

China seems to be politically very fragile at this point.

Xi’s internal power struggle is with the Jiang Zemin faction. If things go wrong he could lose his bid for 'chairmanship for life'.

Xi's original 10 year term is set to be up this year at the CCP plenary in November.
He also removed term limits. The whole point of removing the term leadership was to ensure that he remains in power for good.

Jiang Zemin is almost at the grave and while he commands party's respect as a veteran leader, he is in no position to run the country. It would be foolish to even entertain such a thought. I am looking more at upcoming provincial leaders who are equally popular in their own districts/provinces.
 

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He also removed term limits. The whole point of removing the term leadership was to ensure that he remains in power for good.

Jiang Zemin is almost at the grave and while he commands party's respect as a veteran leader, he is in no position to run the country. It would be foolish to even entertain such a thought. I am looking more at upcoming provincial leaders who are equally popular in their own districts/provinces.
Faction didn't mean that it is exclusively headed by Zemin. It meant CCP leaders with Jiang Zemin's line of thought.

Internal struggle is there, he certainly fears a coup.
 

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I don't think it is that easy even within the CCP. If that were the case, he'd have been dispatched to Mao a long time back.

There are clearly a lot of precautions that he is taking due to the paranoia of being an emperor. It is natural. Imagine being the final word of a country of 1.4 billion people that controls a $15 trillion economy and planning to replace the extant world policeman.

China seems to be politically very fragile at this point.
kill him during field inspection ??
 

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There are 2 possibilities here as to why Xinnie the Poop is not traveling around:

1) There's a high chance that the emperor is not well or is immuno-compromised. That means he is susceptible to catching the Wuhan virus and does not want to risk it. Now obviously these details will not come out openly, so we have to assume that's the case.

2) Another possibility is that there is a deadly power struggle going on within the CCP and he has made too many enemies. His fear is that if he left the country, there could be a political coup by his rivals.

We all know how empires and kingdoms work. For all practical purposes, China is no longer a single-party republic; it is a kingdom with a spatter of red.


The more radicalized they get, the greater the chance of an internal conflict.

The second one is more likely.
Xi is waiting for 20th party congress where he will either be ousted or be voted for third term.

Deng Xiaoping put in term limits at 10 years ie 2 terms.

Xi removed that in 2018 and is now waiting to be voted for third term.
To set precedent to remain president for life.
 

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