UK and the Rise of radical Islam

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Guys, aren't we jumping the gun !

Why should we be derived of the pleasure of humiliating these Britishers ourselves?

We should "help" them in 'containing' this ISIS threat and with leverage gained, should obtain/extract the necessary technology from them .

Also, should increase their economic dependency on us , without compromising our own economic independence.

And , in the long run , should attack their basic philosophy/identity i.e Greek/Roman culture, and thus do what they wanted to do to us.
 
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We should remember that many Indians live and work in Britain , this Jihad may yet hit India as well!
True I hope British government is addressing these issues ? So far they seem to be helpless as jihadis travel freely and come and go as they please. If Indians leave for safety reasons a lot of money will also be leaving.
 

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True I hope British government is addressing these issues ? So far they seem to be helpless as jihadis travel freely and come and go as they please. If Indians leave for safety reasons a lot of money will also be leaving.
Inshallah! I Hope the likes of the Hinduja brothers,Lord Swraj Paul and Lord Ghulam Noon come back to India and expand their businesses here.We'll also have to create a more business friendly climate for them though.
 
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Inshallah! I Hope the likes of the Hinduja brothers,Lord Swraj Paul and Lord Ghulam Noon come back to India and expand their businesses here.We'll also have to create a more business friendly climate for them though.
If hundreds of billions of dollars are coming I am sure everyone can be very friendly.
 

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These riots are trademark of peace loving religion allover the world.

Now former Colonists are having a great time and it's not even a proper start! :lol:
 

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One musn't forget that Britain hosts almost one and a half million persons of indian descent and has been even so gracious as to allow Indians to develop colonies in various parts of London and the Midlands;
yeah ??? and what about brits ruled india and looted india for how many years,
why brit govt. allowed indians reasons could be various,
India has succumbed to a large multitude of foreign invaders over millenia from Persians and Greeks to Scythians and Huns, and from Arabs and Turks to the Mughals.
and brits,dont forget that,
One should question the number inhabitants of the Indian subcontinent killed by the Mughals for instance, or the Persian Nader Shah.
question ??? to whom,please tell,

Indian citizens are far more anti-Indian than the British have or will ever be. If the Indians were pro-Indian then the circumstances would never have arisen in which the Indian subcontinent fell under the strong arm of the Empire, or any other empire for that matter.
who gave you this stupid info,
the 'india and indian citizens' you talking about is a nation which exists now,
and it did not existed before 1947 it was divided into multiple empires and kingdoms of indians and foreigners, hindus and muslims,
and it became easy for brits to take whole india by taking these kingdoms one after another.
 

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UK must have have the guts to rise above their so called liberal image and take tough action against these Jihadi elements.

They gleefully take the welfare cheques from the Queen and when the troops come from active duty they shout slogans and pelt them with stuff.
 

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The green coats are coming. The green coats are coming.:scared2:

People who have a soft corner for the pain Brits are about to witness should read up on Op cyclone and the role Brits played. SAS armed and trained the muj and the same mothereffing cunts found their way to Kashmir and rest is history.

So please, the "historical baggage" is barely old enough to get a drink in a bar.
 

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Obviously I know that. Firstly, I used the term "citizen" in the same sense as "denizen" or "inhabitant" as opposed to citizenship of the Republic of India. India is a geographic/cultural entity independent of the political landscape. To whom and what were Pliny, Strabo, Arrian, and others referring to when they used the words "Indians" and "India"? Perhaps "desi" may be more accurate.

Anyway, if the desis of the 17th and 18th centuries were as half as cognisant of their unity on the level of culture/civilisation as were the politically fragmented Ancient Greeks, who succeeded in repulsing the mighty Persian Empire on more than one occasion, then India would not have so readily succumbed to the mighty EAST INDIA COMPANY. Yes, the various Nawabs, Sultans and Chhatrapatis were not defeated by the regulars of the British Army under the King's shilling, but by the employees of a commercial entity, the vast majority of whom were themselves INDIAN SEPOYS. The East India Company conquered India using Indians for the most part.
AGree. and you can still handicap india with NGOs etc sourced and run by Indians.
 

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Obviously I know that. Firstly, I used the term "citizen" in the same sense as "denizen" or "inhabitant" as opposed to citizenship of the Republic of India. India is a geographic/cultural entity independent of the political landscape. To whom and what were Pliny, Strabo, Arrian, and others referring to when they used the words "Indians" and "India"? Perhaps "desi" may be more accurate.

Anyway, if the desis of the 17th and 18th centuries were as half as cognisant of their unity on the level of culture/civilisation as were the politically fragmented Ancient Greeks, who succeeded in repulsing the mighty Persian Empire on more than one occasion, then India would not have so readily succumbed to the mighty EAST INDIA COMPANY. Yes, the various Nawabs, Sultans and Chhatrapatis were not defeated by the regulars of the British Army under the King's shilling, but by the employees of a commercial entity, the vast majority of whom were themselves INDIAN SEPOYS. The East India Company conquered India using Indians for the most part.
india is like european union and in those era most of indians may never thought about india as a one country,they only used to think about their own kingdom or empire or state,
europeans fought and slaughtered each other in many wars to great extent,
indians may have not done to same extent.
 

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Obviously I know that. Firstly, I used the term "citizen" in the same sense as "denizen" or "inhabitant" as opposed to citizenship of the Republic of India. India is a geographic/cultural entity independent of the political landscape. To whom and what were Pliny, Strabo, Arrian, and others referring to when they used the words "Indians" and "India"? Perhaps "desi" may be more accurate.

Anyway, if the desis of the 17th and 18th centuries were as half as cognisant of their unity on the level of culture/civilisation as were the politically fragmented Ancient Greeks, who succeeded in repulsing the mighty Persian Empire on more than one occasion, then India would not have so readily succumbed to the mighty EAST INDIA COMPANY. Yes, the various Nawabs, Sultans and Chhatrapatis were not defeated by the regulars of the British Army under the King's shilling, but by the employees of a commercial entity, the vast majority of whom were themselves INDIAN SEPOYS. The East India Company conquered India using Indians for the most part.
Yes, British conquered India using Indian Sepoys, this is a hard truth. Colonialism was a new phenomenon, all the past invaders built their empires and settled down as natives unlike British and other Europeans.

Now back on topic: There was a time when UK had been lecturing us about Human Rights and World Peace while our soldiers and innocents were being killed by the Mujahids armed and supported by the British Government. British government contributed to the mess in our NE states through Churches and Christian NGOs, and do not forget Khalistan. This is our turn to return the favour. As far as our terrorists are concerned, we had been fighting them "alone" and we will continue to fight them "alone".

India has ZERO moral obligation to support UK on this matter. Off course, UK is strong enough to defend itself and Jihadis will get defeated, no doubt, but do not feel bad if you see us laughing at your situation, your government created those monsters and put guns in their hands.
 

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UK must have have the guts to rise above their so called liberal image and take tough action against these Jihadi elements.

They gleefully take the welfare cheques from the Queen and when the troops come from active duty they shout slogans and pelt them with stuff.
Their liberal views would make sure they go under the boots of their past slaves.

Karma is the biggest bitch.

 

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