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manoj10's large rebuttle towards antimatter|
China, India, Pakistan, were all exploitations of Anglo colonialism and now -- American political and military exploitation and scrutinization. That is a fact.
All three people's (or two as Pakistan and India was divided by the Anglos in colonial days) should remember this shameful period of Indian, Chinese, and Pakistani history, band together as the victims we are, come to terms with one another and work together to ensure it that such atrocities does not happen to us again -- ever.
I'm sure China have no problems in that respect, because, as indicated by Asia's long history, the Himalayas was anything but a war zone or something to feud over. In fact, the Himalayas served as none other but that of the Oregon trail of trade and cultural exchange of kind between the two civilization as historical accounts of "China's Western Expedition or "西遊记" had proved.
As such, the ball is now in New Dehli's court as to how she would handle this sino-Indian indifference. She can either believe she is better than China hence gang up with America to become our pain in the butt, or, she can show her authenticity by rapprochement with China. It's New Dehli's choice.
China's arming of herself is not targeted at India, there's no need for us to do that. If we wanted to deal with India, we need not the hardwares we are now stockpiling. The true purpose as to why China is arming at the rate she does is because, in the face of the treat coming from America, China have no other recourse but to arm herself the best she can.
China is not your enemy -- if you don't make her your enemy -- by ganging up with those who have no qualms about harming her if interests dictates it...
In fact, if you don't see us an enemy, which we are not, if you are ever to be taken advantage of again as that of your colonial days, to ensure China's interest, like Korea, China will step in to ensure her own national security.
Therefore, if you are serious about sino-Indian relationships, your status as a subject of India offers you the opportunity to make those changes -- not via debates with antimatter or me in CD, but by bringing the debate to the law makers in New Dehli.
Do you have what it takes? That waits to be seen...