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Chinese media meant to threaten India, ends up confessing role in northeast

An ambush in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tirap sector that led to the death of an Assam Rifles soldier on Tuesday has put the spotlight back on China’s role to fuel insurgency in the northeast. Tuesday’s attack by the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muivah) came a week after China’s propaganda arm warned the Narendra Modi government against signing a much-speculated trade pact with Taiwan, threatening that Beijing could retaliate by supporting North-East separatists and stop recognising Sikkim as a part of India.

Indian security officials said the timing of the attack by the NSCN-I-M, which has had a long history of links with the Chinese state actors, was mostly probably a coincidence but the Chinese state media’s threat had laid bare a truth wrapped in many layers of deniability in the past - links between North-East insurgent groups and Beijing.

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One of India’s most-senior experts on the north-east insurgency said the Chinese links with insurgent groups often used Pakistani deep state’s links in Bangladesh and the region. “But it is common knowledge that China wants to keep the pot boiling for India in the north-east with calibrated escalation,” added another top north-east expert in the national security system.

The Chinese propaganda machine just spelt out the truth.
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Chinese media meant to threaten India, ends up confessing role in northeast

An ambush in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tirap sector that led to the death of an Assam Rifles soldier on Tuesday has put the spotlight back on China’s role to fuel insurgency in the northeast. Tuesday’s attack by the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muivah) came a week after China’s propaganda arm warned the Narendra Modi government against signing a much-speculated trade pact with Taiwan, threatening that Beijing could retaliate by supporting North-East separatists and stop recognising Sikkim as a part of India.

Indian security officials said the timing of the attack by the NSCN-I-M, which has had a long history of links with the Chinese state actors, was mostly probably a coincidence but the Chinese state media’s threat had laid bare a truth wrapped in many layers of deniability in the past - links between North-East insurgent groups and Beijing.

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"Wo Ye Wei, Ignore it Yindo, GT is just a tabloid, they don't mean anything!"

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India should not get involved in this Cold War 2.0 imo, we should be especially cautious with Americans knowing their true nature and how they dealt with Pakistan after using them to screw over the USSR and later during the War on Terror.
It was the Pakistanis that had the "Use me" board on their a**.. The Pakistanis had embarked on their Jihad project in Afghanistan in 1974 itself by Zulfiqar ali bhutto( much before the soviet invasion of Afghanistan), they took US money to ramp it up to a whole new level.. Read Christine Fair articles/books.. Dont spew Paki propaganda here... Those goat ban**** have got sh**loads of American money and aid right from 1950s..
 
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Israel-China Relationship. Beware of relying on Israel for defense against China. One known example is handing over technology of Lavi with Python-4 to China. Phalcon was also on cards but US blocked the sale.
Read this:
IAI will teach the Chinese to maintain airplanes
The Israel Aerospace Industries is expanding its civilian activities and is establishing, for the first time in its history, an academy for technical aviation professions—in China.

The Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) signed a $10 million contract with the city of Shantou in Guangdong Province on Thursday to build a training center where Israeli teams will teach the Chinese to maintain passenger aircraft.



The contract was signed as part of a conference for business cooperation between Israel and the Guangdong Province.

The company also signed an agreement with Gwangju Port in the province to build a robot that would increase the efficiency of container storage.

"This is an important breakthrough in light of the accelerated development of China's civil aviation," said Gadi Cohen, vice president and director of civil society at IAI. The IAI has been providing maintenance services for airlines for years, and the company intends to continue expanding its civilian operations in China, which in the coming years is expected to become the largest aviation market in the world, requiring the training of thousands of technical personnel for the growing domestic fleet. Boeing estimated last year that in the next 20 years, the Chinese market would need about 7,000 new passenger planes, which are estimated to cost more than a trillion dollars. Air traffic in the country is expected to grow by about six percent in light of the rising standard of living and the fact more Chinese citizens taking vacations abroad.
A few weeks ago, a first modern Chinese passenger plane, the narrow-bodied C919 that competed with the Boeing 737 and the Airbus A320, took off for its maiden voyage. It is based on American and European technologies and is expected to enter into serial production in about two years.

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Ya'll Nibbiars Remember in a person to person fight who wins who has more ammunitions.

Romell.

But is this hypothetical War to be fight fair and equal. :confused1:
 

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India, US set for military pact on satellite data during Mike Pompeo visit

NEW DELHI: India is closing in on an agreement with the United States that will give it access to satellite data for better accuracy of missiles and drones, government and industry officials said, as it tries to narrow the gap with the powerful Chinese military.


All Roads Lead to Rome
All missiles points to Beijing!
 

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Taiwan, where TSMC is based, has also become an increasing focus of geopolitical tension between China and the US.

US And China In Battle For Semiconductor Supremacy


oh well!!
told I so you * in no particular order

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China is the world's leading industrial power, neither their economy nor their political situation is degrading at all, just look around you and notice the sheer amount of things that are made in China including probably your phone, their economy is only growing, the US economy is mostly based on finance capitalism rather than industrial capitalism (like it was in the early to mid 20th century).

As for the political situation, I don't see why there would be any sort of uprising in China against the CPC, that just seems to be wishful thinking.

The fact that China can even undertake something like the OBOR goes to show how deep it's pockets are, not even America could do this because as I said earlier, America is no longer an industrial powerhouse.

pre covid world and post covid world won't be the same.
main players responsible for China's rise were US, Japan, Taiwan and South Korea (etc.). everyone among them is decoupling.

China doesn't produce anything that can't be produced outside. they are just providing cheap alternatives and dumping those in other countries. that era has gone.
foreign companies are diversifying and their respective govts are also offering incentives/compensations for that.

Chinese economy is based on creating a bubble, devaluation renminbi, huge govt spending (ghost towns etc), maintaining very high inventory. these all will become untenable.

OBOR won't be a cakewalk.

China has about 4300 small and medium sized lenders who are primary lenders to small businesses which contributes to >60% of China's GDP. 2019 survey by People's Bank of China showed 14% among those will break down when under severe stress. now they are under immense stress and it will increase substantially. it will be compounded due to spiralling effect. the pocket isn't that deep.

$4T manufacturing output (of China) will take a big hit soon. add cost of Chinese misadventures to that. almost everybody is decoupling. it won't happen in one day or one year, though.

by politics I tried to point to geopolitical situation.



golden days of Indian Economy is ahead. 😉


Edit : add their failure to secure market economy status too.
 
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pre covid world and post covid world won't be the same.
main players responsible for China's rise were US, Japan, Taiwan and South Korea (etc.). everyone among them is decoupling.

China doesn't produce anything that can't be produced outside. they are just providing cheap alternatives and dumping those in other countries. that era has gone.
foreign companies are diversifying and their respective govts are also offering incentives/compensations for that.

Chinese economy is based on creating a bubble, devaluation renminbi, huge govt spending (ghost towns etc), maintaining very high inventory. these all will become untenable.

OBOR won't be a cakewalk.

China has about 4300 small and medium sized lenders who are primary lenders to small businesses which contributes to >60% of China's GDP. 2019 survey by People's Bank of China showed 14% among those will break down when under severe stress. now they are under immense stress and it will increase substantially. it will be compounded due to spiralling effect. the pocket isn't that deep.

$4T manufacturing output (of China) will take a big hit soon. add cost of Chinese misadventures to that. almost everybody is decoupling. it won't happen in one day or one year, though.

by politics I tried to point to geopolitical situation.



golden days of Indian Economy is ahead. 😉
Problem with India is lack of a competent workforce, realistically all those people aiming to get into IIT and whatnot should be put into manufacturing instead of biding their time doing some shit IT job, there seems to be this aversion to blue-collared work in India, hence why you will rarely find competent tradesmen like electricians, linesmen and plumbers and rather just amateurs who learned from their fathers or something.
 

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West/Globalists are practically gods, Chinez peacefool rise, numba wan export economy etc was only possible because this was facilitated by the aforementioned, in order to create another boogeyman after the Soviet Union collapsed, as the decades pass by China will retreat to becoming a paranoid hermit Kingdom, again according to plan, we will be firmly in Cold War 2.0 then, which will most likely turn hot and have disastrous consequences for the world just like WW2 had.
:hail::hail::hail:

Makes sense. Look how they are justifying demand for additional funds by pointing to Chin >400 ships and industrial power. I think US is secured when it comes to high end industrial/research tech (electronic chips, AI, medical research) and they will keep their position no matter what.
 

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India should not get involved in this Cold War 2.0 imo, we should be especially cautious with Americans knowing their true nature and how they dealt with Pakistan after using them to screw over the USSR and later during the War on Terror.
just to point out, US hasn't treated Pak badly at first. rather Pak tried to backstab US by nurturing terrorism and providing shelter to Laden etc. US just answered that.
 

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