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5 minutes ago, Vilander said:

dadu does not roll like that, will state the same thing that he posted again and again. He thinks writing the last post means he has won something. 

I agree with him regarding this issue. Hillary had a pro-Pak stance over India or the same Obama polcy of equal importance. She would've sided Pak over India, good riddance. Bernie appointed a campaign manager who is the son of Pakistani immigrants. Mostly Bernie's Kashmir utterances are typed by this dude. Obama when parting patronized India on religious freedom based on a hinduphobic US state body USCIRF, which wants India allow more conversions. This made the libtards un India jump in joy

 Indian Americans still voted en masse to democrats in all previous elections, clearly showing they don't vote based on what is good for India.

 

https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&source=web&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwiWmq3hp-rkAhWJZd8KHRgKA4sQzPwBegQIARAC&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.reuters.com%2Farticle%2Fus-india-obama%2Fin-parting-shot-obama-prods-india-on-religious-freedom-idUSKBN0L00FD20150127&psig=AOvVaw2GJQyx82GWgelOHxV95hNe&ust=1569443763381988

 

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10 minutes ago, sandeep said:

Just like pre-Clinton Republicans, who were virulently anti-India, in word and deed, evolved their positions, so have the democrats.  You made the claim that Republicans are more "geostrategically aware".  When you make such a claim, you bring into the discussion the hopelessly poor geostrategic decisions made by previous Republicans.  

My claim Ian relevant from post Clinton era, which I specified in the opening post to you. The Nixon era politics are just as relevant as the fact that the democrats represented the pro slavery party and actively enslaved people while republicans represented the freedom of people party.  

10 minutes ago, sandeep said:

You are making the mistake of equating rhetoric and lip service paid by Democrats aspiring to "globalism", when in fact when it comes to the actual substantive policy side of things, Democratic administrations have continued the trend of closer Ind-US ties in the last 2 decades.  

False. It’s Republican bush era politics that did far more for India than Obama era. That is objectively evidenced 

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32 minutes ago, sandeep said:

 

Please post actual facts rather than tall claims.   Repeating your assertions don't make them any more accurate.

the history of Indo US strategic partnerships in the last 20 years is self evident. I can’t help if you are completely ignorant about that. But let’s just say that it’s decisive enough for me to vote Trump next time around 

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16 minutes ago, Muloghonto said:

It’s Republican bush era politics that did far more for India than Obama era. That is objectively evidenced 

Where is this "objective evidence"?  

11 minutes ago, Muloghonto said:

the history of Indo US strategic partnerships in the last 20 years is self evident. I can’t help if you are completely ignorant about that.

Apparently its "self-evident".  The only thing that is "self-evident" is that "strategic" partnerships between countries do not live and die by domestic elections, they are based on national interests and conducted largely by subject matter experts who guide the elected leadership.  And those elected leaders are going to make foreign policy decisions based on national interests, not on personal or partisan interests.  The exception being criminal bumbling idiots like the Donald and his silly attempt at strong-arming Ukraine, which is going to lead to his impeachment soon.  

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20 minutes ago, Muloghonto said:

My claim Ian relevant from post Clinton era, which I specified in the opening post to you. The Nixon era politics are just as relevant as the fact that the democrats represented the pro slavery party and actively enslaved people while republicans represented the freedom of people party.  

So your claim that "Republicans are more geostrategically aware" is only restricted to the 2 idiots Dubya Bush and Donald?  These 2 morons wouldn't know geostrategy if it smacked them in their faces.  But please continue to impress me with your silly claims of geo-strategery.  

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2 minutes ago, panther said:

Nehru ran to the UN not us.

Very true.  But Nehru died in 1964.  And its been the Pakistani state that's been begging at the UN to "intervene" for the last 50 years.  While India has been consistently batting away such pleas based on the iron-clad legality of the Shimla agreement, which was duly signed by the leaders of the surrender-monkeys.  No amount of begging and lying changes the facts and legal substance.  J&K state signed an accession to India. Legally.  Pakistani state signed a commitment to resolve all disputes including Kashmir, bilaterally.  End of story.  

 

 

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1 minute ago, sandeep said:

Where is this "objective evidence"?  

In the body and chronology of US-India strategic partnership deals involving military and UN voting records. 

1 minute ago, sandeep said:

Apparently its "self-evident".  The only thing that is "self-evident" is that "strategic" partnerships between countries do not live and die by domestic elections, they are based on national interests and conducted largely by subject matter experts who guide the elected leadership. 

Sure. But there are many camps of national policy. You are too ignorant to see this. In 80s USSR had the glasnost camp vs the iron curtain camp. Similarly today you have the multipolar nationalistic camp vs unipolar or non polar globalist camp. Republicans favour the former, democrats favour the latter. In the prism of these the national policies are made, outside of what would be decisive red zone issues. 

1 minute ago, sandeep said:

And those elected leaders are going to make foreign policy decisions based on national interests, not on personal or partisan interests.  The exception being criminal bumbling idiots like the Donald and his silly attempt at strong-arming Ukraine, which is going to lead to his impeachment soon.  

LoL. He won’t be impeached. Mueller report shows us that. Read the damn report, it’s public. 

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3 minutes ago, sandeep said:

So your claim that "Republicans are more geostrategically aware" is only restricted to the 2 idiots Dubya Bush and Donald?  These 2 morons wouldn't know geostrategy if it smacked them in their faces.  But please continue to impress me with your silly claims of geo-strategery.  

The two span 12 of the last 20 years, so yes. The last 20 years is what matters to us. Actions speak louder than words and their party’s deep state tilt is more multipolar nationalist world. Under these administration India has benefitted a lot more strategically and its decisive when Obama came to power is the first time since Clinton that the US State department reaffirmed India-Pakistan as twin principles on Kashmir. It’s the same pro democrat media mouthpieces that are questioning India’s legitimate abrogation of 370. The pro republican media is far more pro India on this issue. 

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8 minutes ago, panther said:

Nehru ran to the UN not us.

You ran to both the US and USSR to stop the war when we owned u in 1971 and made buttmonkeys out of your paindoo Pathan and Punjabi army. Largest surrender since Kursk is from the Pathan Punjabi paeodphile worshippers 

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5 minutes ago, sandeep said:

Very true.  But Nehru died in 1964.  And its been the Pakistani state that's been begging at the UN to "intervene" for the last 50 years.  While India has been consistently batting away such pleas based on the iron-clad legality of the Shimla agreement, which was duly signed by the leaders of the surrender-monkeys.  No amount of begging and lying changes the facts and legal substance.  J&K state signed an accession to India. Legally.  Pakistani state signed a commitment to resolve all disputes including Kashmir, bilaterally.  End of story.  

 

 

I do not believe in dialogue, only the sword will settle this.

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3 minutes ago, Muloghonto said:

 

LoL. He won’t be impeached. Mueller report shows us that. Read the damn report, it’s public. 

You are bit out of touch Mulo bhai.   Even Republicans in the senate are supporting a full inquiry of the Donald's stupidity.  He done fkked up.  And got caught.  Also Nancy Pelosi already made the formal announcement that they are going ahead with impeachment proceedings in the house.  

 

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Just now, Muloghonto said:

You ran to both the US and USSR to stop the war when we owned u in 1971 and made buttmonkeys out of your paindoo Pathan and Punjabi army. Largest surrender since Kursk is from the Pathan Punjabi paeodphile worshippers 

Soon you will see what we do to you, Ghazwa e hind.

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2 minutes ago, Muloghonto said:

It’s the same pro democrat media mouthpieces that are questioning India’s legitimate abrogation of 370. The pro republican media is far more pro India on this issue. 

Would you consider Roger Cohen of New York Times "pro-democrat" or "pro-republican"? 

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Just now, panther said:

I do not believe in dialogue, only the sword will settle this.

Then stop running away in the next war you start with us and loose, surrender monkey. 

 

Dont worry. We will do the the Kaaba what your jaahil paindoo islamists did to Somnath. When we shove the broken obsidians of Kaaba up the ar$e of your moulavi of Mecca, you will then realize that the illiterate Arab peadophile lied to you. 

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2 minutes ago, sandeep said:

You are bit out of touch Mulo bhai.   Even Republicans in the senate are supporting a full inquiry of the Donald's stupidity.  He done fkked up.  And got caught.  Also Nancy Pelosi already made the formal announcement that they are going ahead with impeachment proceedings in the house.  

 

Noting will come of this, it will devolve into what the power of the President is, which is vast in international matters. The precedents re: Ukraine are on Trumps side 

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3 minutes ago, panther said:

Soon you will see what we do to you, Ghazwa e hind.

Your ancestors tried for 1000 years and failed when they had military dominance, now they don’t stand a chance. Remember that when we shatter the Kaaba obsidian and decorate our temple footpath with it

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2 minutes ago, Muloghonto said:

Your ancestors tried for 1000 years and failed when they had military dominance, now they don’t stand a chance. Remember that when we shatter the Kaaba obsidian and decorate our temple footpath with it

What A ghazi he was Mahmoud, he still lingers in your nightmares, Don't worry IA, We will emulate his Achievements.

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Just now, panther said:

What A ghazi he was Mahmoud, he still lingers in your nightmares, Don't worry IA, We will emulate his Achievements.

Don’t worry jaahil. We will just need to shatter one stone and do what your napunsak kaum hasn’t been able to do on 1000 years. Probably because of all the low quality individuals produced due to invest... just like you.

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28 minutes ago, sandeep said:

Would you consider Roger Cohen of New York Times "pro-democrat" or "pro-republican"? 

His recent article in NYT is a classic case of a back handed compliment to Modi. Just opinions on NYT are neutral/but op-eds are mainly pro Kashmir anti 370. NYT is anti-India, remember the cartoon mocking India's advances in space research.

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1 hour ago, sandeep said:

Very true.  But Nehru died in 1964.  And its been the Pakistani state that's been begging at the UN to "intervene" for the last 50 years.  While India has been consistently batting away such pleas based on the iron-clad legality of the Shimla agreement, which was duly signed by the leaders of the surrender-monkeys.  No amount of begging and lying changes the facts and legal substance.  J&K state signed an accession to India. Legally.  Pakistani state signed a commitment to resolve all disputes including Kashmir, bilaterally.  End of story.  

 

 

only thing left to do is to hand them a bigger than 1965 1971 trashing and this time not settle for any sweet deals for them, make them pay up full and final.

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9 hours ago, Muloghonto said:

the history of Indo US strategic partnerships in the last 20 years is self evident. I can’t help if you are completely ignorant about that. But let’s just say that it’s decisive enough for me to vote Trump next time around 

Aren't you from the land of maple and general irrelevance: Canada?

Can you vote in the US elections?

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10 hours ago, panther said:

What A ghazi he was Mahmoud, he still lingers in your nightmares, Don't worry IA, We will emulate his Achievements.

Why are you looking so far ahead. To begin with, You must come in power in Pakistan. Power in Pakistan means absolute Power like Mullahs becoming  Army/ISI head.

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14 hours ago, coffee_rules said:

His recent article in NYT is a classic case of a back handed compliment to Modi. Just opinions on NYT are neutral/but op-eds are mainly pro Kashmir anti 370. NYT is anti-India, remember the cartoon mocking India's advances in space research.

Given the realities of a massive clampdown, what do you expect 3rd party journalists to say without losing their credibility?  Cohen has actually gone remarkably far in endorsing the Indian position on Kashmir. 

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8 minutes ago, sandeep said:

Given the realities of a massive clampdown, what do you expect 3rd party journalists to say without losing their credibility?  Cohen has actually gone remarkably far in endorsing the Indian position on Kashmir. 

Have you seen NYT stand on issue before abbrogation of article 370?

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3 hours ago, sandeep said:

I don't understand what you are asking

Their position against India and Hindus have been consistent.  There was one peiece where they attributed India Pakistan partition happened to avoid religious persecution of Muslims. 

 

So, No need to give benefit of doubt to NYT  if there is none. 

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3 hours ago, Gollum said:

Battle lines are drawn. 

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/53038.htm

Soros links to European Court of Human Rights revealed

By John Laughland

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The study has found that, out of the 100 judges who have served on the bench of the European Court of Human Rights in the period 2009-2019, nearly a quarter (22) have strong links to George Soros’ Open Society Foundation or to NGOs like Amnesty International and others which are funded by it. Human Rights Watch, for instance, has received $100 million from the Open Society Foundation since 2010. 

Some of the NGOs receive so much of their budget from Soros that they are in effect wholly owned subsidiaries of his foundation.

https://www.opindia.com/2020/01/india-george-soros-nationalism-pm-modi-indian-intellectuals-ngo-connected/

George Soros vows to fight PM Modi and Nationalists: Here are some Indian ‘intellectuals’ and NGOs connected to him

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George Soros has a tremendous influence on American media. The Media Research Center (MRC), an American media watchdog founded in 1987 to check the liberal bias in the media, discovered that over 30 major news organizations had links to George Soros. These organizations include the Washington Post, The New York Times, CNN, the Associated Press, NBC and ABC. He has also financially supported the National Public Radio (NPR). In addition to all of this, George Soros has links to the Huffington Post too.

 

And finally

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http://www.hindumedia.in/george-soros-the-ideological-terrorist-destroying-india/

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  1. The Human Rights Law Network (funded by OSF) has been a chief campaigner against the Indian sedition laws and has even been providing legal aid to the Rohingya Muslims.
  2. The French NGO, Sherpa, that filed the complaint against the Rafael deal is also funded by the OSF.
  3. Amnesty International who meddles its nose in every Indian interest by its Human rights activism protecting dreaded criminals and terrorists in Funded by OSF. The same Amnesty is critisizing Indian government’s best initiative of removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir.
  4. George Soros funds close to 30 NGO’s functioning in India and its so called elite class intellectuals who constantly back and support and sponser anti national elements.
  5. George Soros is the main funder and sponsor for NGO called “NAMATI” which is known for its hard Anti nationalistic stand in India. He drives his narratives and objectives through Amartya Sen, who is part of the advisory council of NGO Namati (funded by OSF) that works for ‘environmental justice’ in India on paper but the agenda is well known. Where in Amartya sen claimed that chanting ‘Jai Shree Ram’ is not part of the Bengali culture. He has constantly been criticising the governmental policies and has been complaining about the rising ‘intolerance’ in India. Pratap Bhanu Mehta, the member of the board of directors of Namati, has extensively written newspaper articles against the CAA and NRC.
  6. George Soros also invested in NGO run by the famous Supreme Court senior advocate, Ms Indira Jaising, who advocates and fights for Nirbhaya rapists and stalls their execution through set of lawyers. She also fights against capital punishment for dreaded criminals and terrorists in India.
  7. Harsh Mander is another such example, who is the chairman of the OSF’s human rights initiative board. He has been accused of publishing false reports in relation to the CAA that has incited violence in college campuses across the country. His NGO has openly supports and funds religious conversions in various parts of the country
  8. He funds many Media houses especially Left leaning news and print media which heavily rely on OSF funded agencies.
  9. He is funding PFI and many leftist activists heavily and pumping money into India through various means and networks post 2019.
  10. Sources say that he also helped Aam Admi party through his funding and media agencies in the last one year for heavily campaigning and advertising for the party.

 

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Based on news which is emerging, It seems that Delhi Hindu massacre was well planned. Some people wanted the riot. And riot was to happen right when Trump was in New Delhi. I am certain that CIA and top Security Advisors would have atleast a inkling and must informed President Trump about planned riots in Delhi by Jihadis.

 

His itenary was kept secret apart from "may be" Ahmedbad Motera.. He came with his family, and I say Thank You Trump as No US president has come in such volatile situation.

 

 

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