India-China 2020 Border conflict

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They only have shiny equipments and cool uniforms. In reality their fighting capability is even below Paki army.

After the June incident. Some paki analysts were saying "Even terrorists do better ambush than this"..
:pound::pound::pound::pound:



Meanwhile, inbreds & their agenda.

Shiny equipment and well ironed uniform is a sign of unused things. No wonder shiny equipment wales got beheaded by the brave jawans of Bihar Regiment.
 

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They only have shiny equipments and cool uniforms. In reality their fighting capability is even below Paki army.

After the June incident. Some paki analysts were saying "Even terrorists do better ambush than this"..
:pound::pound::pound::pound:



Meanwhile, inbreds & their agenda.

But Pakistani army achievements are better. Top of their shiny uniforms have shiny medals.

Each medal representing 200 East Pakistani women raped, 100 mud-houses of poor Pashtuns destroyed, 50 Baluchistani freedom fighter abducted, 25 underage Hindu girls converted and 15 Dalit Christians given jobs to clean their toilets.
 

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But Pakistani army achievements are better. Top of their shiny uniforms have shiny medals.

Each medal representing 200 East Pakistani women raped, 100 mud-houses of poor Pashtuns destroyed, 50 Baluchistani freedom fighter abducted, 25 underage Hindu girls converted and 15 Dalit Christians given jobs to clean their toilets.
*Bengali Hindu women.
Contrary to popular belief spread through Indira G era, during 1971 they were going after the bengali hindus, the Mujibur Rehman bengali muslims wanting AZADI AZADI were second priority.
It's like how the Moplah rebellion is marketed as "against british rule" but in reality it was a ruse to purge the Hindus from their areas.
 

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Ya'll Nibbiars Has anyone noticed the Chinese company advertising a ton more on tv? And it is mostly how this chinese company is giving back to India. Tbf Ive noticed this on republic only the channel i stream from time to time. They are sponsoring infomercials using republic journos. What is happening? The Company being morris garage.

Bhagwan Uvacha.
 

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Ya'll Nibbiars Has anyone noticed the Chinese company advertising a ton more on tv? And it is mostly how this chinese company is giving back to India. Tbf Ive noticed this on republic only the channel i stream from time to time. They are sponsoring infomercials using republic journos. What is happening? The Company being morris garage.

Bhagwan Uvacha.
Trying to buy some opinion on the most..... vocal (understatement) channel.
 

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Ya'll Nibbiars Has anyone noticed the Chinese company advertising a ton more on tv? And it is mostly how this chinese company is giving back to India. Tbf Ive noticed this on republic only the channel i stream from time to time. They are sponsoring infomercials using republic journos. What is happening? The Company being morris garage.

Bhagwan Uvacha.
Automotive is the sector where we compete not only here but Africa and third world countries. MG is the one plus of automotive to beat Samsung(Hyundai). And as compared to electronics, automotive generates considerable profit in terms of sales as well as royalty. So yeah they need to beat down the sentiment of it being Chinese.
 

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Ya'll Nibbiars Has anyone noticed the Chinese company advertising a ton more on tv? And it is mostly how this chinese company is giving back to India. Tbf Ive noticed this on republic only the channel i stream from time to time. They are sponsoring infomercials using republic journos. What is happening? The Company being morris garage.

Bhagwan Uvacha.
Pic related is the reason, because they fear angry Yindos not buying their cheap Chinese goods because of patriotic rage.

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Speaking specifically of MG Motor is because they are investing 1000 cr in India, possibly to do to Maruti Suzuki, Tata etc what Xiaomeme and BBK electronics did to Micromax, Lava Karbonn and all


MG Motor India plans to invest Rs 1,000 cr to ramp up capacity

MG Motor India, a subsidiary of the SAIC Motors Corporation, is planning to make an investment of additional Rs 1,000 crore in the country in the next one year.

Some of the investment will be made to augment capacity at its Halol facility in Gujarat. The remaining resources will be utilised to value-add operations in India through localisation of high-end components, tooling at vendors, electric vehicle battery localisation and launch of SUV Gloster.

The company has already invested Rs 3,000 crore in the country. The Gujarat unit’s annual production capacity is 75,000-80,000 vehicles, which will now be increased to 1,00,000. The additional investment will be made till September 2021.

Also, duediligence is on for setting up a second manufacturing facility in the country.
 

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Continued in a way from my earlier post, this is the end goal of China's seemingly benevolent "investment" into India, to turn India into a consumer market addicted to only cheap Chinese goods, with no local value addition and manufacturing limited to SKD/CKD assembly.

As you can see this article possibly sponsored by "tech" startup r*ndus upset at GoI turning off the flow of money from their dalas in Beijing.



Other such articles of similar wordings regularly appear on news sites whenever China does some mischief on the border.
The tone generally is "India will suffer more than China if it bans or restricts xyz products or funding from China", again the GoI doesn't say anything about banning Chinese widgets, but these articles appear like clockwork nonetheless.


Beware these shills and beware their lies and tricks.

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Op ed of US Ambassador to China
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Resetting the Relationship Based on Reciprocity
by The Honorable Terry Branstad,
U.S. Ambassador to China


We have long said we want a constructive, results-oriented relationship with China, and that view has not changed. A constructive relationship means that we are honest and candid not only about our shared interests, but also about the issues that divide us. We need not just endless reaffirmations of our respective interests, but concrete outcomes that truly benefit our peoples. From a U.S. perspective, we have made too little progress. For years, the Chinese leadership has urged us to focus on areas of cooperation while setting aside our differences, and for years, the United States had agreed to that approach in the expectation that, over time, we would address our concerns as well. But the Chinese leadership has exploited this approach. Often it has insisted we sweep differences under the table as a prerequisite for engagement. Sometimes it made promises to address our concerns yet failed to follow up. As a result, our relationship has delivered fewer and fewer of the results that matter to the American people. At the same time, the relationship became increasingly imbalanced. An example is unequal access for U.S. companies, journalists, diplomats, and even civil society. As an open society, the United States has welcomed Chinese companies into our markets to sell products to American consumers, to invest and bid on projects, and to raise capital. We have welcomed Chinese students and researchers into our universities and laboratories, where they have acquired knowledge to modernize and develop China’s economy. While U.S. journalists face restrictions on reporting and even entering China, Chinese state media workers have long enjoyed open access in the United States. PRC diplomats have open access to American society, while our diplomats in China are required to navigate a state approval system for even the most basic engagements with the Chinese people. The Chinese government, while benefiting from our openness, has exploited it – in a way that is increasingly inconsistent with international norms. Some Chinese entities have purchased American companies not to create jobs, but to acquire technology that is then taken back to China and developed to compete against us. Some Chinese companies have raised money on our stock exchanges yet refused to subject themselves to the standard auditing rules required by all other listed companies, U.S. or foreign. A small number of Chinese students and researchers use access to our universities, research facilities and companies to steal American intellectual property. These actions have not only harmed our bilateral relations but also tarnished the remarkable legitimate economic progress that the Chinese people are rightfully proud of. President Trump came to office vowing to make the overall relationship more balanced and reciprocal. The phase one trade deal and recent U.S. policy actions are an important step in our quest to create a genuine level playing field for American stakeholders. Many claim this is an effort to thwart China’s legitimate development aspirations, to “contain” China’s rise, or to “decouple” from China. This is categorically false. The root cause of the current tensions in the relationship is China’s longstanding strategy of only selectively “coupling” with the United States and systematically controlling the access of Americans to Chinese society. At our universities, we continue to welcome the vast majority of Chinese students, but we have taken action to deny visas to those who illegally acquire U.S. intellectual property and research results, or who gain knowledge in order to compete unfairly with us in the cutting edge technologies of the 21st century. We have also taken action against Chinese companies, including well known ones like Huawei, that have stolen U.S. intellectual property, circumvented U.S. export controls, or posed a threat to the security of our citizens’ private data and our communication networks. We are two different nations with different pasts. The United States continues to learn from its mistakes and push forward to forge a better future. We hope that China can do the same. In this endeavor, we will need to build a foundation for understanding and true reciprocity. It must start with the Chinese government being willing to address our concerns about the imbalance in the relationship and allowing our two peoples to build relationships through unrestricted engagement and uncensored discussion. Only then will I enjoy the freedoms to engage the Chinese people that we guarantee Ambassador Cui in the United States, and only then will we have genuine reciprocity and a genuinely balanced relationship.

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In Mandarin as well and I hear it is censored in China. While Chinese ambassador's write opeds in Indian media like Indian exp, Hindu, TOI, US media etc, some times even full page ads that look like a newsreport.
 

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Apparently there is a war going on in twitter in the name of Islamophobia.:frusty::frusty:

And clearly common Indians are bashing the porkis and their propaganda peddlers front, right, left & center. :hehe:

But that's not why I am writing this. I know porkis had changed their map but I hadn't had a chance to take a good look closely.

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So, this is the new map, correct?!

If the porkis were so firm in their claim then why don't they just include the entire J&K along with Ladakh?:notsure:

But look closely they didn't even demarcated their eastern border with India (in the J&K part).

It's like that their master CCP is going to do it for them.:pound::pound::clap2::clap2:

It clearly proves porki generals are only after CCP's money. And hence the slave mentality of this so called new Pakistan's map of Imran Khan.:megusta:

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Apparently there is a war going on in twitter in the name of Islamophobia.:frusty::frusty:

And clearly common Indians are bashing the porkis and their propaganda peddlers front, right, left & center. :hehe:

But that's not why I am writing this. I know porkis had changed their map but I hadn't had a chance to take a good look closely.

View attachment 60383

So, this is the new map, correct?!

If the porkis were so firm in their claim then why don't they just include the entire J&K along with Ladakh?:notsure:

But look closely they didn't even demarcated their eastern border with India (in the J&K part).

It's like that their master CCP is going to do it for them.:pound::pound::clap2::clap2:

It clearly proves porki generals are only after CCP's money. And hence the slave mentality of this so called new Pakistan's map of Imran Khan.:megusta:

View attachment 60384
Dogs are cute and man's best friend. Their map is more like a chicken.
 

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Apparently there is a war going on in twitter in the name of Islamophobia.:frusty::frusty:

And clearly common Indians are bashing the porkis and their propaganda peddlers front, right, left & center. :hehe:

But that's not why I am writing this. I know porkis had changed their map but I hadn't had a chance to take a good look closely.

View attachment 60383

So, this is the new map, correct?!

If the porkis were so firm in their claim then why don't they just include the entire J&K along with Ladakh?:notsure:

But look closely they didn't even demarcated their eastern border with India (in the J&K part).

It's like that their master CCP is going to do it for them.:pound::pound::clap2::clap2:

It clearly proves porki generals are only after CCP's money. And hence the slave mentality of this so called new Pakistan's map of Imran Khan.:megusta:

View attachment 60384
As an aside but related to Porkis, was browsing the Chinese forum and there was a post detailing the genesis of the Tibetan issue from China's POV thru the 50's. Have heard versions of that before and the inference there has been that CIA influenced Tibet via India

A interesting comment there suggests it was from our friendly neighbor, see this
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Countries like Nepal and Pakistan are traditionally anti-China countries, and India is a traditional pro-China country. With the support of Indian Prime Minister Nehru, China put forward the five basic principles of peaceful coexistence at the Bandung Conference. The meeting was strongly opposed by Pakistan as a representative. These CIA agents basically used Pakistan’s airport to deliver them to Tibet. At the same time, Pakistan has resolutely opposed China's entry into the United Nations for eight consecutive years. India has supported China's entry into the permanent membership until 1971, and voted in favor of China's entry into the permanent membership in 1971. Instead, the Prime Minister of Pakistan said that he would eliminate all communist-party states in the world. This party should not exist. Actively joined the Anti-G organization Manila Treaty and Baghdad Treaty. These two are the Middle East and Southeast Asian versions of NATO. It is clear who is our friend and who is our enemy.

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How times have changed eh?
 

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