- Oct 24, 2020
Or ... nothing will happen.When it starts, a lot will happen in a single day.
No other country has free shills like we do for ours, yet they ignore all the patriotic keyboard warriors, instead of giving them support they let them face the vagaries of leftard mediaDon't be too positive, i don't have much hope left in GOI or BJP in this regard, BJP is shiet tier in containing propaganda, should have known is after 2002 but delhi riots was another example, India sucks in pr/information warfare, it's few accounts who actually fought are getting tired, they are on the receiving end and no one is backing them, you don't build an ecosystem like that.
GOI can just bankroll college kids and f**kers will make whole Pakistanis cry, this is the power of bakchods, we know because we have seen but no one gives a shiet.
Thank you, i was surprised that forum members didn't point at this. This shows that foreign media companies are colluding with pakis and vice versa, bbc who regularly pelts anti-India narrative somehow published an article cherry-picking tweets to spread an agenda, this is not the first time but where our newspapers, even rw outlets? Did WION talked about it? Did Zee tv, republic or any other publish a half-decent report about it? No.
We seriously need to :
> Regulate all these SM f**kers, if they want to serve in India they should tend to our rules otherwise f**k off
> We need our own alternatives to these
> News channels, media outlets need serious reform, I expect atleast half-decent assessment about serious issues than their regular ramdi rona everyday...
> Information warfare wing, you don't need much to do, just create an agenda and throw some money at bored kids in college, f**ker will take down whole ISPR in a month along with their motor mouths. Our biggest advantage is free-space and large population, i hope GOI put it to good use.
The free shills need to organize, develop a support system plus have lawyers ready if things do not go as expected.No other country has free shills like we do for ours, yet they ignore all the patriotic keyboard warriors, instead of giving them support they let them face the vagaries of leftard media
Best thing to do is this only .FalconZero. seriously our government does not have the correct structure and resources to fight the SM war.
The most government can do is to block, and very possible that Twitter itself may get blocked in India as Twitter is really getting aggressive against India these days.
We all know Today is the day when J&K acceded to India.. But it was because of this hero. The Savior of J&K First ever MVC Brig Rajinder Singh. Today is the day when he gave supreme sacrifice.
Brig Rajinder Singh is India's first MVC not PVC. He is the only non Indian Army recipient of it too.View attachment 64405
Major Rama Raghoba Rane, PVC (26 June 1918 – 11 July 1994) was an officer in the Indian Army. He was the first living recipient of the Param Vir Chakra, India's highest military decoration.
Born in 1918, Rane served in the British Indian Army during the Second World War. He remained in the military during the post-war period and was commissioned in the Bombay Sappers Regiment of the Indian Army's Crops of Engineer's on 15 December 1947. In April 1948, during the Indo Pakistan War of 1947, Rane played a key role in the capture of Rajauri by Indian forces by being instrumental in clearing several roadblocks and minefields. His actions helped clear the way for advancing Indian Tanks. He was awarded the Param Vir Chakra on 8 April 1948 for his gallantry. He retired as a major from the Indian Army in 1968. During his 28 years' service with the army, he was mentioned in the Dispatches five times. He died in 1994 at the age of 76.
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