Indeed, the success rate is too high which suggest it is an extremely competent bunchDear Members,
Don't lose heart with these reports. We can be in for a surprise on this front.
Here's the pattern:
Allegation : Nobody was consulted.
Obviously a tight knit group would have been consulted and pieces moved without the pieces knowing the objective of the move.
2. Article 370:
Fact: It came out of the blue (yes there were murmurs).
Behind the surprise lay a secret operation that required a lot of work to maintain its secret status.
For instance, it emerges that most of the work happened outside the offices of the Home Ministry and the Law Ministry in North Block and Shashtri Bhawan respectively.
3. Ram Temple
Deft handling. Nobody really believed that it could be done 'just like that'.
Takeaways for me:
1. These ain't the usual guys.
2. They don't mind taking on history.
3. The success rate is pretty high.
4. Never say never for them. Biding time at times.
* Handling of Delhi around Pres Trump's visit was
** This one's complicated with a lot of pieces and evolving situation. Maybe that's why they are taking longer.
*** Always optimistic.
so what do you say of this account about the Jun 16 event.. says IA counted 46 stretchers
VSTOL has a keen mind.. and is a good analyst when it comes to battle strategies, although he comes across as overconfident many a times..so what do you say of this account about the Jun 16 event.. says IA counted 46 stretchers
It's an evolving situation not a static one. Nothing has 'happened', it's 'happening'. Any enlightenment is actually pedalling a POV and that includes the question itself.
Well, to be fair, we also got *something that we wanted*.
I say massive paradrop of our troops behind their lines, and keeping it open by air route, let's see their reaction.This was predicted outcome of there occupation of Aksai Area. They didn't came here for picnic, theye were asked to take land because they knew how shitty our diplomacy is.
They knew that we will go Chai biscuits rounds, nothing else. There intimidation worked, now you have a long haul, until it becomes LOC.
Only thing left, political leaders should grow some more spine and give military some responsibility to crush the Chinese and stay there over there cold corpses.
Let them drown with us in an attrition warfare, a Psypops so bad that they will have to fight two enemies, nature and our soldiers.
Chinese pussy soldiers aren't used to see dead soldiers in numbers, let them see to what they've brought upon themselves.
Most Chinese troops are conscripts for service for 3 to 4 year's, when they will realise that there's nothing to gain over here for a mere 3 to 4 year's worth of job, why risk my life, then moral will start to dismantle, until the same UN peacekeeping event happens when there soldiers dropped there weapons and ran away.
Dear. It is possible but not feasible. Won't be done. It's not an uncontested airspace. It's not about paradrop of some droids.I say massive paradrop of our troops behind their lines, and keeping it open by air route, let's see their reaction.
This will be first time in the world in military operations sense.
Never done before.
Of course, chicoms will react and our C-17s can do that.
No, my dear, it is completely feasible, what you just need is diversion and quick closing the loop.Dear. It is possible but not feasible. Won't be done. It's not an uncontested airspace. It's not about paradrop of some droids.
I respect you emotions. Emotion wise, my reaction to the meetings with them.No, my dear, it is completely feasible, what you just need is diversion and quick closing the loop.
I am saying this because I know chinaman tactics since 2010,that's the time I decided No China supporting from me because I knew they are snakes.
They have soldiers in huge numbers just that.
WE Need to use our soldiers numbers strength for battles.
Becuase, from this army and bureaucrats set up I have already lost hope of ATAGS and WHAP induction.
So, this is the thing they can do to get land.
Droids..... Our army can't even induct BHABHA kawach just wait due to their own set ups.
How you read Chinese? Is there any option of language change?Indeed, the success rate is too high which suggest it is an extremely competent bunch
I am sure the Chinese who are outside echo chambers recognise it.. not sure if there are many.
a rare serious discussion in the Chinese forum that wonders if India is waiting for a signal to attack.
also wonders if the Chinese airports/abilities in these forward areas will be far less operational in peak winter
a brief overview of the fighters/bombers in the 2 key airfields of china( Hotan & Kashgar)
PM will speak only about Covid 19 and Global warming. And its not necessary to get down on the level of Pakistan.China, Pakistan in mind, PM to spell out India priorities at UNGA today!!Sources told The Indian Express that “inclusive and responsible solutions for international peace and security” is aimed at China, while the "effective response to international terrorism” targets Pakistan.indianexpress.com
Gentlemen we might have roasted porkies and Peking ducks with noodles as the menu for today.
Those who are saying "Chinese got what they want" , having a paid agenda or not having knowledge of actual ground situation. Right now India is on the top position on LAC, sitting in Aksai cheen. But we don't want us to show aggressor. If you want to scale the Chinese frustration after 29/30 August, go to CCP mouth piece Global times twitter page.
since the whole site is chinese, Google chrome pops up a translate icon on right corner of address bar. Click on that translate the page.. else post link on translate.google.com or google for web tools that take a url to do so..How you read Chinese? Is there any option of language change?
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