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Re: Indian Attitudes
« Reply #30 on: May 08, 2022, 04:45:09 pm »
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Re: Indian attitudes
« Reply #31 on: May 12, 2022, 12:10:20 am »
https://www.barrons.com/articles/india-is-reluctant-to-condemn-russia-its-history-with-china-looms-large-51652132357

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In the 1950s, as post-colonial independent nations, India and China had forged friendly ties based on their common opposition to imperialism. But these ties frayed as disagreements over their border surfaced. The 1960 border negotiations between Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai and Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru revealed fundamental differences in how each side viewed the border. China viewed the border as an imperialist fabrication drawn by the then British empire. Zhou wondered at the time why India, an anti-colonial country, did not reject the premise of the China-India border as an irrelevant colonial legacy. Unlike Zhou, Nehru regarded modern India as the legitimate successor to the British Indian government which had simply formalized historical borders that, in his description, had “existed since millennia.”







It is the fault of the British.

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There have been periods of thaws in the India-China relationship, including during the mid-2000s, when trade between the two countries increased after President Hu Jintao and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh set aside the border issue. Nonetheless, India’s threat perception of China has not changed since its post-1962 shift. This is true even though China is today India’s largest trading partner. The situation on the border remains ambiguous. Unlike the Line of Control between India and Pakistan, which is delineated by mutually accepted maps, there is no agreement on the Line of Actual Control between India and China.
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For New Delhi, the Ukraine conflict’s best-case scenario is a quick resolution that advances the emergence of a multipolar world in which both Russia and the U.S. balance a rising China. This is a fundamental reason why India is reluctant to condemn Russia, for fear of Russia perceiving India as choosing to side with the U.S., and thereby driving it into a closer relationship with China. India’s worst-case scenario may be that the U.S. would mend its relationship with China in order to sideline and contain Russia.

This should actually be India's best-case scenario, as it could then simply join the united effort to contain Russia.

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New Delhi also is concerned that the Russia-created playbook in Ukraine offers China a lesson, not in relation to Taiwan as the U.S. fears, but for India’s border territories. Those who point out that Russia would not support India in the event of a war with China should understand that India would not necessarily expect it to do so. Rather, India trusts that Russia is likely to return the favor and stay neutral.

My proposal to solve the dispute:

1) China gives India everything India wants on the India-China border.
2) India a) extradites Tenzin Gyatso to China; b) sends troops to help China take back Outer Manchuria from Russia.
3) US withdraws troops from West Pacific.

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« Reply #32 on: May 19, 2022, 01:17:12 pm »
Who is Narendra Modi? - India's path to becoming a world power | DW Documentary
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Many consider Narendra Modi to be the new strong man on the international stage. The right-wing nationalist has steered India's fortunes since 2014. He is the key player behind the new Indo-Pacific alliance against China.

"No power in the world can stop a country of 1.3 billion people. The 21st century will be India's century," Modi says. After six decades of the Nehru-Gandhi family’s rule, India watched a man of the people rise from the ranks of the opposition and ascend to power in 2014. Narendra Modi promised India a new beginning. 

And he knows just how to keep himself center stage: He is the world’s third most followed person on Twitter. Equally adept at playing dove-like pacifist and hawkish commander in chief, Modi has a score to settle with history. He wants to restore India to its original "purity" and secure its central role in the world order. In India, he is accused of wanting to transform the world's largest democracy into an anti-Muslim, anti-liberal Hindu state.

His influence on international politics, as one the masterminds of the Indo-Pacific strategy against China, is inescapable. India has never been as powerful as it is today; domestically, it has never been as nationalistic and authoritarian. Who is Narendra Modi? What is the Hindu nationalist militia, from whose ranks he emerged? This is the story of a turning point - for India and for the world.

#documentary #dwdocumentary #Modi #India
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« Reply #33 on: June 11, 2022, 02:56:28 pm »
Anti-muslim comments: Are Muslims 'systemically harrassed' in India? | DW News
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India is facing international criticism and protests after spokespersons of the ruling BJP party made derogatory comments about the Prophet Muhammad.
Gulf states and the wider Muslim world have condemned India  - and some are demanding official apologies.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQqa2CqRAq0

How India and Russia got so close | India's geopolitical dilemma (1/3) | DW Analysis
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India is under massive pressure to break relations with Russia over the war in Ukraine. But can it afford to do so – and does it even want to? 

In Part 1 of “India’s Choice,” a special series on India’s geopolitical dilemmas, DW’s Richard Walker explains the longstanding friendship between India and Russia – a relationship built on weapons, technology, and diplomacy. 

Now with Moscow at war and building closer ties to Beijing, there are growing calls within Delhi itself for a serious rethink.  Featuring interviews with Jay Panda, Vice President of India’s ruling BJP, Shashi Tharoor of the opposition Congress, Lisa Curtis, former Senior Director, US National Security Council, Garima Mohan of the German Marshall Fund, and Alexey Kupriyanov of IMEMO, Moscow.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ASkO-f0wFM

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« Reply #34 on: August 29, 2022, 06:50:52 pm »
The rise of hate speech in India | The Listening Post
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India is at a dangerous moment.

The voices of Hindutva - Hindu supremacy - are ascending, spreading division and hate speech. It has worked its way through the body politic like a slow-acting poison. And the effect on the secular fabric of the Indian republic and the lives of minorities - especially Muslims - has proven toxic, at times deadly.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9ovHqv_k-g

How The Far-Right Could Cause Genocide In India | The Mehdi Hasan Show
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In addition to Hungary’s Orban and France’s Le Pen, there’s another place where far-right and supremacist ideology is on the rise — and in this country, it’s become so powerful and pervasive that scholars worry about genocide. Genocide expert Gregory Stanton and award-winning journalist Rana Ayyub join Mehdi to discuss what’s going on in India and why it should frighten us all.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zA3gELMvuV8

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« Reply #35 on: September 04, 2022, 06:07:33 pm »
Breaking Bones to Grow Taller in India | Deadly Beauty
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42-year-old Mukesh from India is going to break his legs to grow taller.

Mukesh will be operated on using the Ilizarov method, which had been used in the past to correct limb deformity. Now, It is popular among those who want a cosmetic height increase. 

6 weeks later, he is having second thoughts.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AomPemsgjmg

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Re: Indian attitudes
« Reply #36 on: September 08, 2022, 03:18:55 am »
We need to promote this!

https://www.yahoo.com/news/rural-indians-join-rush-study-033322461.html

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AMBALA/SYDNEY/TORONTO (Reuters) - When 19-year-old Sachin failed to score the grades he needed to get into a good Indian college, his father, a small shopkeeper, took a loan and dug deep into the family savings to help him secure a Canadian student visa.

The 2 million rupees ($25,035) they scraped together covered the fees for English language tuition provided by Western Overseas, one of dozens of visa consultancies in Ambala, about 250km from of New Delhi, that promise better lives through study overseas.

"My dream is to settle abroad as I see no future in India," said Sachin, who uses only a single name. He now plans to fly to Canada where he hopes to complete a two-year diploma in business management and eventually secure a longer work visa.

While middle-class Indians have for decades sought better prospects in other countries, worsening economic conditions are now driving families from poorer rural areas like Sachin's to make big investments to set up new lives for their children overseas.

Sachin says his two friends now in Canada earn about C$1,200 ($918) a month through part-time work while studying for diplomas.

With many countries now lifting COVID restrictions, the number of Indian students heading to places like the United States, Canada, Australia, UK, Ireland and New Zealand was almost one million in early 2022, roughly doubling from pre-pandemic levels, according to government and industry estimates.

The numbers need to be far higher. Global warming isn't going to wait. 25 million students leaving per year would be more like it (see below).

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In Sydney, Catriona Jackson, chief executive of Universities Australia, said more than 76,000 Indian students were now pursuing education in Australia, which is expected to accelerate after both countries signed a bilateral trade pact this year.

Many are applying for short courses in Canada and Australia driven by increasingly bleak job prospects at home and as Western governments loosen immigration requirements to fill university and job vacancies.
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DAZZLING PROSPECTS

Several foreign universities and their local partners are organising education fairs at costly five-star hotels and through virtual sessions in small towns to woo students.

At one such event, over 500 students gathered recently to explore opportunities with over 40 universities from Australia and Canada at a luxury hotel in Chandigarh, about 40 km from Ambala.

Gagandeep Singh, a small businessman from nearby Dera Bassi town, came with his daughter, who has received offers from some Australian universities.

"I have zeroed in on the University of Canberra, from where my sister has done Masters in Pharmacy," said Jashandeep Kaur, Singh's daughter, citing women's safety and career prospects as her main considerations.
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"We publish our success stories on Facebook and other platforms," said Bhupesh Sharma, marketing head of Western Overseas, which has expanded to nine major cities in northern India and sent nearly a thousand students overseas.

"We aim to send about 5,000 students abroad this year," said Pradeep Baliyan, its founder, adding they had also opened branches in Australia and Canada offering job placement services.

With over 300 million students in school and growing numbers seeking higher education, India is struggling to provide enough college spots and jobs for its young.

Dividing 300 million by 10 years means ~30 million graduates per year. ~25 million students emigrating per year would be a good start. (Of course non-students should also try to emigrate via other avenues.)

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PULL FACTOR

Indeed, many Western nations can't reopen fast enough after two painful years of pandemic travel restrictions starved their economies of foreign labour and universities of full fee-paying international students.
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"The ease of securing permanent residency has become a big draw for Indian students rushing to Canada," Rahul Oswal, the founder of consultancy Wisdom Overseas, said.

Compared with the UK and the United States, Canada's post-graduate work and residency programmes are much more flexible, he added.

Yes, but Canada doesn't have nukes, does it? Still, I suppose migrating to Canada first and then migrating again to the US/UK later is a possibility.

Many comments are on board with emgration:

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The number was almost one million in early 2022, but in a few years it will reach more than five million annually as more realize the futility of having a decent standard of living in India.

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India students go as far to Ukraine and Yemen.  They must understand, that there chances of getting a job in India is 0.

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The attraction of foreign university education is not just the opportunity to settle down abroad but also the opportunity to sponsor the entire family to migrate !!!

In many communities in states like Punjab, Andhra Pradesh,  Gujarat..  young men face a lot of pressure to try hard to go abroad - anywhere -  because if they don't,  no bride  will want to marry them !!!

Finally, recall:

http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/anti-zionist-harvest-antwerp-edition/

This is what we can look forward to more of so long as we keep the emigrant flow going.
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Re: Indian attitudes
« Reply #37 on: September 08, 2022, 08:27:10 am »
Why you not encourage the migrations to autocratic nations like China, Iran and North Korea while you promoting migrations to the democratic nations. So, this forum's theory that autocratic nations are better on handling the immigrants and refugees are proven to be true?

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« Reply #38 on: September 08, 2022, 03:58:11 pm »
Anyone who wants to migrate to autocracies should be allowed to do so. But migration of non-demos future voters into democracies with non-demos suffrage is most useful for shifting policy outcomes leftwards:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/issues/demographic-blueshift/

More good news reported by our enemies:

https://www.amren.com/news/2022/09/indians-now-own-more-real-estate-in-london-than-the-english/

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More real estate in London is owned by Indian proprietors than by the native English population, a new study has revealed.

According to the London-based property developer Barratt London, English property owners are the second-biggest group in their own capital, sandwiched between Pakistani proprietors below and Indian property owners at the top.

Indian investors, both living in the U.K. and abroad, are reportedly willing to spend between £290,000-450,000 (€335,000-520,000) for one-, two-, or three-bedroom apartments in the U.K. capital.
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“They’re eager to invest in the U.K. residential market because they are getting better returns owing to the exchange rates and market presence presently,” Leslie said. “It is relatively a safer market in comparison to the UAE or India.”

Of course, I would advise Indian (and Pakistani) investors to buy properties outside of London also. Farmland would be an especially wise purchase.
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Re: Indian attitudes
« Reply #39 on: September 12, 2022, 02:02:00 am »
https://us.yahoo.com/news/india-observes-day-mourning-queen-095257583.html

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NEW DELHI (AP) — India on Sunday observed a day of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II with flags lowered to half-staff on all government buildings.

Official entertainment events were also canceled “as a mark of respect to the departed dignitary,” the Ministry of Home Affairs said.

Flags atop Indian Parliament, President House, Red Fort and other government offices in New Delhi were lowered.

At least the comments are woke:

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what is wrong with the Indian officials?! This is  so wrong on so many level. Honoring colonizer who treated our own people as second class citizen on our own soil,  looted  our treasure, starved our people.
This is a shame.

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Remarkable, considering the degree to which the Indians suffered under Great Britain..!

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Majority of these folks are unbelievably desperate to get a drop of affirmation from a westerner. No backbone, no unity, betcha if England were to go back to india that they could conquer the 1.4 billion in matter of 6months.

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We love being slaves to white skin !

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Why do you think bill gates and google selected Indian ? Cause in the end they would never turn against them like another white dude would have . Usually the new CEO even throws away older ceos furniture even if it was bought hurst weeks ago , but Indian CEO always following behind the older CEO’s like a lost puppy

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Respect those who looted India and kept them as slaves. Nah

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right on - slaves forever -- criminal British LOVE it bebe -- bingo

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I feel sorry for India,  It still has slave mentality . African didn't declared any mourning .
And Mr 56 and his BJP declared 1 day mourning . Shame on u BJP and RSS and Mr 56

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This is stupid India will not honour its own Heroes but they will declare one day mourn of queen Elizabeth. Monarchy who ruled India destroy India Looted India Kill millions of people  but we will mourn of her death Shame to India.

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are you kidding? ask them to return the loot instead.

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Bad move, when the British ruled India, The ruled with the iron fist, even killed many Indians.. The indian's seem to be forgetting their history..

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British **** and looted India and yet they are mourning for "Queen Elizabeth II". It is shameful when a country forgets its history and its enemies.

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Indian have no spine ,no principle .
Indian are full of talk. They always want a bargain --Cos  Talk is cheap.
Just proved India love the Brits colonizer--
India Should Change the Independent Day to  TGBD-.
--Thanks Giving Briton Day.

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Sad, but expected of spineless India !

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Once an Indian, always a slave to white skin !

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« Reply #40 on: January 17, 2023, 02:59:25 pm »
16th-century mosque in India demolished to ‘widen the road’
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Shahi Masjid, a 16th-century mosque in India’s Uttar Pradesh state, has been demolished — reportedly to "widen the road." Authorities claim the mosque was constructed on "encroached government land."
#UttarPradesh #ShahiMasjid #mosques
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One in other in the list of countless
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Animals, im eating a nice juicy steak in Modi honor

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Re: Indian attitudes
« Reply #41 on: January 18, 2023, 01:31:19 pm »
Alot of Indian's are very Islamophobic, they are also very willing and receptive to being eurocentrized.

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« Reply #42 on: January 19, 2023, 02:12:23 am »
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Alot of Indian's are very Islamophobic, they are also very willing and receptive to being eurocentrized.

Even their party BJP make a good relationship with Israel. No surprise. Hindhu Indians are more friendly towards evil westerners rather than Islamized Indians. This is proving Islamic superiority above all kind of religions and philosophies. No every single religion which order its followers to against Western Civilization other than Islam
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« Reply #43 on: January 19, 2023, 02:06:05 pm »
Indian PM Narendra Modi ‘directly’ responsible for the 2002 Gujarat massacre of Muslims
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“Systematic campaign of violence has all the hallmarks of ethnic cleansing.”

A BBC investigation claims that Indian PM Narendra Modi held “direct responsibility” for the 2002 massacre of Muslims in the country’s Gujarat state.

Nearly 2,000 people, a majority of whom were Muslims, were reportedly killed by a Hindu mob when Modi was Gujarat’s chief minister in 2002.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6L2Nws_atCU

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Re: Indian attitudes
« Reply #44 on: January 19, 2023, 03:07:12 pm »
The prick Modi need's to be eliminated.