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Posts posted by MultiB48

  1. 12 hours ago, Tattieboy said:

    So it's not a cricket World Cup. I think it's time we got rid of Mickey mouse south Asian teams from every other world sport event.

    They are terrible competitors and no support comes out of South Asia to support them anyway. Other nations just lose money with them participating . :biggrin:

    in which world cups are weak south asian teams allowed to participate?

  2. 25 minutes ago, sourab10forever said:

    Vidharba's Squad :


    Sanjay Ramaswamy : UP

    Wasim Jaffer : Mumbai

    Ganesh Satish : Karnataka

    Ravi Jangid : Rajasthan

    Karn Sharma : UP



    ROI vs ROI chal raha hai...

    karn ,jangid aren't playing, 8 out of the 11 are born in vidarbha ,so not bad for a cricketing backwater like them,even sanjay moved when he was 11 yrs old.satish and jaffer are the 2 proper imports.

  3. 18 hours ago, rageaddict said:

    Yes let's hope it doesn't get turned into a Flash with Pride contest with annual marches being conducted to celebrate the woman's right to breastfeed in Public. 

    why not ,is progressive utopia only for the west.Indians are primitive and needs some serous upgrading .I just hope we are up for it when even the civilized west is struggling with it and we have just learnt to mumble english in our funny accent.

  4. 10 hours ago, Singh bling said:

    Before Khalistan movement Naxalism started raising its head in Punjab  in late 60s and early 70s and later on khalistani's were in  direct conflict with communists .They also killed their leaders .


    The liberals are mostly pro communists so why will they support khalistani's

    nothing unites like  a common enemy surely we know that by now.


    liberals might need hindutva more than you think,brings in diverse allies ,keeps them motivated without turning onto them .


    in the long run it just serves their cause since they hate all religions,rightwing ideas . All this infighting between different religions /right wing ideas is just paving the path for a more liberal future.

  5. 59 minutes ago, Singh bling said:

    Not true Britishers took Indian army all around the world and hardly soldiers deserted them.What was their motivation for fighting and giving their life?

    good point does make me cringe ,as the old spartan saying goes some make good slaves but poor free men .

  6. 4 hours ago, BeardedAladdin said:

    I agree.


    But that's what we want, isn't it?


    Security has to be guaranteed by the government, and when it's guaranteed, its taken for granted. It's because we take our security for granted, that we're able to worry about Sridevi's death. This is the way its supposed to be.


    Otherwise, we'd be living in a state of perpetual fear.



    yeah ideal from our pov,we want gullible people who are willing to take risks which we wouldnt take ,without taking over power.


    win win situation for us ,else things gets complicated.

  7. 17 hours ago, Stradlater said:

    Soldiers are cannon fodder? 

    In democracies soldiers are cannon fodders ,since you cant rule over the country then the "sensible" materialistic question is why are you here risking your life ,why cant the others do the job .


    mostly the ones at risk will value your service the rest can afford to ignore and take you for granted or worse take you to be a fool for risking your life for them.

  8. 6 hours ago, surajmal said:

    By North, I mean everything Non-south i.e. everything other than the 6 states mentioned by KH. 


    How do you plan to initiate this multipronged secession? Are you going to decide in advance in consultations with Punjab etc? Where are these consultations happening? In open? In secret? What is GOI doing while there are factions actively conniving on dismemberment of India?  Or are you going to unilaterally declare a Dravidistan and hope that states like Punjab and Bengal will sense an opportunity and initiate their own rebellion? Isnt that a big gamble to base your entire strategy on? What if these other states don't see it your way for whatever reasons or aren't ready for the rebellion? You are fe cked then arent you?

    Might of a million+ army against a insurrection lead by a film star....  

    in case of civil war usa and europe will support the southern states as will the liberals ,intellectuals and most of the media.Narrative will be hindutva north vs secular progressive south.West will want this progressive alliance to crush hindutva once and for all and create a pro western state right across india.


    china wont want either side to win but take massive casualties and disintegrate beyond repair .


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    6 hours ago, randomGuy said:

    No no. Atleast 40%(random guess) of India is like that. Just have to hear the puke worthy indian accent of English.... The Rajiv masands,  Harsha bhogles, all the private school kids n parents taking pride in themselves speaking that kind of content and/or accent. 


    gungadins have evolved to gungasahabs

  10. 4 hours ago, surajmal said:

    Safe haven for Indian Fugitives; Infested with Khalisitanis, Kashmiris, Bakis, Naxals + Direct UK govt. backing.... you name it. UKstan is playing a role in fe cking up Indian internal security in someway. 

    bigger threat emanates from entities like eu who are extremely resourceful ,well connected and
    ambitious .

    uk ,france are now just like client states of eu.Their historic influences are being used to keep
    the world progressing on the desired path .

  11. 38 minutes ago, Muloghonto said:

    Either way, its the British who gave us rule of law. Prior to the British, there was no concept of 'law is absolute' in India - whether Hindu or muslim, the legal apparatus never applied itself to the monarch. This is where the British system is superior to Indian system and that is why we follow the British system, not the Indian system.


    that's due to conquest like roman law. It's the same reason why we speak english , during the mughal period we followed mughal law. it wasn't like people had a choice, you have to follow who ever is in charge .in any case  "british law" is also based on older systems ...


    Politics,geography,laws etc none of these can create an identity ,people create their own identities they rest are manifestations of it.

    38 minutes ago, Muloghonto said:

    Yes, there is. 



  12. 2 hours ago, Khota said:

    Even before the tests started I mentioned India should go with 2/3 spin bowlers but everyone on this forum jumped on me.

    Spin creates a big mismatch for SA as was proven in ODI.

    did u even see the tests. the spinners would have been useful in the 1st inning of the 2nd test other than that they wouldn't have made much difference .

  13. On 2/10/2018 at 12:27 PM, Muloghonto said:

    Nothing is fool proof. 

    And the entire point of science is NOT to be like holy scripture, but be open to refutation, change and critique. 

    I don't think you understand peer review format or have much access to peer reviewed journals, which is why you speak the way you do. 

    Besides, why are you bringing a far, far superior methodology of science over the far, far inferior methodology of religion ?? Religion has ALWAYS resisted question, investigation, skepticism and has singularly failed to cite ANYTHING in it that would constitute advanced knowledge or proof of divinity or ANYTHING that would make you think its not just clever word-play by snake-oil charmers.


    Muslims go around claiming the Koran is divine. Or from God. Or any such. Yet, for a God who really cared for us to follow the Koran, it doesn't contain ONE decisive, categoric, irrefutable scientific fact that is way, way advanced for its age. Heck, a simple fourier transform would've done. Or a simple explanation of H20 molecule. 


    So when you contrast this kind of snake-oil type mubo-jumbo that fails to provide any evidence, versus legions of scientific claims pinned on verifiable evidence, its a no-contest which one is more credible. 



    PS: Still waiting for an explanation on why Paneer planet is hard to believe but God isn't, when both are illogical as demonstrated and have 0 proof of existence. 


    I dont believe in god nor in any holy book nor religion ,this discussion started due to your flawed logic and presumptions,if you may go thorough the posts it will be pretty clear to you ..........but if you are too dumb to figure that out then i have nothing more to add .

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