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  1. Mods, feel free to merge this thread with the Kashmir bombing tread, if it seems relevant enough. I however, want to discuss the ideas, strategies, etc. on how to once and for all solve Kashmir with 370 repeal and a total, comprehensive demographic swamping project. This thread is to discuss the multi-faceted way Kashmir can be solved: 1. What does it take to repeal article 370: a) The election scenarios of Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha that opens the 'window' to repeal of 370 b) Dealing with the verdict ( Cannot remember if it was the Supreme Court or some special comission) that ruled 370 cannot ever be repealed 2. Repealing 370 alone wont be enough and infact, doing only repeal of 370 will be a sure-fire way of losing Kashmir. This has to be combined with a comprehensive plan of demographic swamping. Under what scenarios can we incentivize Indians ( preferrably non-muslims) moving to a volatile region and remaining there - this *has* to be more than just military families and such.
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    Tactics, strategies and ideas on repealing article 370

    Yes, but how ? We cant just flood the state with 5 million people who are going to sit around and do nothing. We need to create industry there, but first and foremost for creating industry is air-tight security. When China started to demographically flood Xinjiang ( 40 years ago, Han Chinese population of Xinjiang was ~ 10%, which is the historic average. Now it stands at 39%. But in order to accomplish this, China provided a crap ton of jobs (mostly mining industry) along with crap ton of security forces to keep everyone safe. So how does India make Kashmir safe ?!? if its not safe, Indians are not gonna be wanna there in the first place.
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    Tactics, strategies and ideas on repealing article 370

    The bolded part won't work. Its not like there is a ban on major factories in Kashmir. The problem is, when terrorism is rife, businesses dont want to invest time and energy there. Who the * wants to spend crores of rupees making a factory only to see a car bomb rammed through it ? Also skilled workers are not attracted to war zones or dangerous volatile areas.
  4. There is only one response to this - repeal article 370 and demographic flood Kashmir.
  5. Such claims mean nothing. I can post you links too from feminist sites that support full legalization of prostitution. This is because legalizing prostitution results in marked drop in human trafficking, abuse of sex workers and removes the toxic presence of pimps from the equation.
  6. Nobody gets caught. Because all you have to do, to step around it, is say you are an 'escort' not a prostitute. Ie, you are selling your company, time, etc and the 'sex' is not part of the financial deal. Thats how prostitution works in North America, for eg.
  7. Err ok. European parliament 'backing' is a recommendation to the member nations. As i said, complete legalization of prostitution is a reality in Germany, Holland, etc. Stop making up stuff. Show me where it says 'feminists' back the Nordic model. Nowhere in your article does it claim so. Most feminists back the German model, because complete legalization of prostitution is not just good for business, it is PROVEN to be safer for the prostitutes ( ie, now they can call the cops on an A-hole customer instead of suffering in silence), it also reduces human trafficking ( there is no longer an incentive to be a pimp and therefore, no incentive to kidnap young girls or buy them from 3rd world destitute nations and force them into prostitution). The list of benefits to society of legalizing prostitution is far greater than the percieved ills of it.
  8. Germany, Canada, Australia, Netherlands - they are all pro-prostitution, because its benefits far outweigh its negetives. PS: Iceland didnt ban porn. And the pressure on these issues come from conservatives, who hold incorrect religion-based views on prostitution, not feminists, who mostly know that prostitution ban creates more problems than it solves.
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    What is Indian Govt policy on the Rohingya Issue

    So IMPROVE law and order. Each and every troublesome refugee needs to be deported/incarcerated. But in 2019, we are calling for collective punishment ?! Thats ridiculous and nonsense. I don't care if its 3% of Rohingyas, 30% or 99%. The ones who did nothing wrong are fully deserving of their refugee status. Period.
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    What is Indian Govt policy on the Rohingya Issue

    So instead of saying the government shouldn't be forcing people to sterilize, particularly on casteist lines, you want refugees to be sterilized. Have you ever heard of the whole ' collective punishment vs individual guilt' concept ? And you wonder why India is a third world country with such third world mentality.
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    What is Indian Govt policy on the Rohingya Issue

    R u trying to audition for a Hitler role somewhere ? forced sterilization for petty theft ? heaven forbid if one of them commits murder...should then be burnt alive, right ?
  12. Did you just pull the bolded part out of your rear-end ? The overwhelming majority of feminists support legalization of prostitution and legalizing it simply has so many positives, its hard to justify criminalizing it even more than hard drugs.
  13. Seriously ?! Do you travel a lot ? If you do, you' see 65-70 year olds fit enough to travel like most folks...Ie, not backpack or hike macchu picchu but these old folks getting off planes, hailing taxis, going to hotels, walking around the historic parts of the cities etc. How many 65-70 year olds were fit enough to do that 100 years ago ? like less than 1/100th of them. Medical science *is* making it easier and easier to have youthful lives later and later. Obviously it takes humongous time to make a big difference because medical science cannot override genetics or nutrition in just a few generations. but it is making a difference. Anyways, the humane way to reduce population is something that we can only speculate on. China thought 1 child policy would work but then realized its a quick way to demographic doom. Ideally 2 kids per family for most and having 70-80% people producing kids *should* produce a holding pattern for population ( assuming that some people WILL have 3 or more kids). Maybe some form of swinging back and forth between 1 child policy, 2 child-dominant households and incremental usage of labor-saving automated services is a way. But the problem is, as the western world is slowly starting to realize, too much replacement of human labor, connection with the biological and ecological processes can have adverse effects on human psychology and mental well being.
  14. It is becomming more acceptable. At end of the day, you don't need marriage to stick together and make a family. Yes, the kids need mom and dad together to have a healthy, balanced life but mom and dad need to be together and if they dont need a piece of paper and a super-expensive fancy ceremony to declare to the world that they are together (shaadi), then its fine.
  15. Its an India problem. Saying its UP-Bihar problem is basically saying 'its not my problem, so i don't care'...why stop there ? UP-Biharis can say 'its gao-wallah problem, we city-folks are fine' and continue to pass the buck. We as a society and species are facing three choices very soon: 1. Reduce our population significantly ( ie, not holding pattern, but go back to 1900 population levels- for India it means nearly 5 fold reduction) if we want to persue the western life-style of 'gaari, banglaa, vacation, beaches' for everyone 2. Get into a holding pattern and live like the third world, where we can sustain ourselves hand-to-mouth with basic ammenities 3. Go about the way we do and have severe to extreme class difference happening along with completely screwing up the planet. No other option exists, barring some miracle tech showing up.
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    Your unpopular opinion thread

    More like imperialism. The Achaemenid Empire, Magadh Empire, Rashtrakutas, Palas, Gurjara-Pratiharas, Satavahanas, Parthians, Mongol Empire, Ostro-Hungarian empire - they were all multicultural empires. The moment you have a multi-ethnic political unit without a dominant majority ( this is why i am not counting the Chinese Empires who've always been dominantly Han or Tsarist Russia for same reason), it is a multicultural political unit.
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    Your unpopular opinion thread

    What is it about you Telegu people that you wanna make everything spicier than bear-spray ?!?
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    Your unpopular opinion thread

    Sambhar is never useless. Its literally the rolls royce of lentils.
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    Your unpopular opinion thread

    Warriors when not fighting, are getting fat sitting around just eating if they ate bhaturey. This is medieval India, where tactics and strategy were largely unknown and medieval Indians fought like total idiots with no intelligence.
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    Your unpopular opinion thread

    Except it is mathematically provable/easy to prove that the best diet for the climate & land usage is an ecologically optimized omnivorous diet. it beats the hell out of a vegan or vegetarian diet.
  21. Actually no, there is nothing unnatural in not wanting kids. Its not majoritarian view, but psychological journals show, that human beings typically bounce around 25-30% not wanting kids of their own ( there are significant # of us for eg, who will have kids if their siblings do not want kids/are gay/dont have siblings but will be happy to not have kids if their siblings have children and they are content with being the uncle/aunts). What is unnatural, is for people to abandon their kids/give them away for adoption after birth, since birthing process is a proven process of chemically forming love-bonds between parents and the infants. For eg, when you 'feel in love', its oxytocin being released in your brain. Our bodies have evolutionary trigger-points for oxytocin dumping in the brain. For men, its a simple act of a baby wrapping its hands around our fingers. For women, the physical sensation of being suckled while lactating produces oxytocin. They get an 'atomic bomb' dosage of oxytocin when the cervix dialates. This is why women can be in excruciating pain during delivery for 12 hours and not wanna kill their baby first thing after its out. All this makes the act of giving up one's kid an unnatural act. But not having/wanting kids - its a pretty prevalent strong undercurrent in humanity. Ofourse, most of the 'i dont want kids' crowd end up having them anyways, because they still like sex and having sex = getting pregnant eventually is a common theme. Then oxytocin kicks in and you are a parent.
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    Is Mamta Banerjee's West Bengal becoming a mini Pakistan?

    Mate, you do realize that Durga Puja in Bengal + Bengali community > Durga puja in rest of India combined, for the amount of money, # of idols, etc etc ? Durga Puja is *THE* puja of Bongs,Orya and Assamiya. Just like you guys go ape-$hit over janmastami and in our part of India it is a token celebration, so too is durga puja/navratri outside of eastern India. There is no direct clash between devi-ma versus the purushottama angles of Hinduism, which is why it works. But it is categorically IGNORANT to say that devi-maa following outside of eastern India is significantly large ( except for tokenism), just like how Shaivism is a tokenism in the east. This is also not 'Bongs vs rest of India' question,since its also the Assamese and the Oryas who are equally entrenched in the Devi maa culture. Heck, Assamiyas have a temple that'd make the ultra-feminists cream their panties ( Kamakhya), where the period is celebrated with great aplomb.
  23. I will tell you whats the most annoying academic dishonesty of Sashi Tharoor - his propagation of the nonsensical idea that 'there was no India before the British'. Um. Yes, there was no NATION-STATE known as India prior to the British. Thats like saying there was no France before the 1700s or no United Kingdom before 1700s. Yet, this ignores the basic FACT that 'the British Isles' as a geopolical region, the 'Kingdom of the Francs' as a geo-political region existed for well over a thousand years. Same with India. India == Europa in ancient literature. Ie, a geographical demarcation, akin to a continental region (hence its called a SUB-continent) that has a loosely held cultural definition. We called it Bharatvarsha/Jambhudwipa in ancient literature. Just like how the ganges valley is known as 'Madhyadesha' in Puranic, Buddhist & Jain literature. The word 'India' itself is a direct derivative of 'Indoi' of the Greeks, which they termed for ALL lands immediately surrounding the Indus river and east beyond it. They called Kabul part of India (DIRECT quote from megasthenes, who accompanied Alexander himself: " as he descended on India after crossing the Paropamisus range ( ancient Greek-ized name of Paryatra Parvata, aka Hindu Kush). Hell, even in Sassanid era, which spanned 225AD - 640 AD, the region of Qandahar was called 'Koochak-e-Hind' ie, "little India'. So these India-deniers like Tharoor, are categoric miscreants of history to suit their narrative, the liberal version of the hinduvta idiots who twist our history for their purposes.
  24. Muloghonto

    What is Indian Govt policy on the Rohingya Issue

    Serbian approach gets our 'generals' branded as war criminals and tried in ICJ. Not great for Indian diplomacy which is already on the backfoot against the Chinese in our quest to be the dominant power in our own backyard.
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    Is Mamta Banerjee's West Bengal becoming a mini Pakistan?

    Younger gen ? As in the younger city-dwelling liberals ? Because during my time, this line of thought was the 'acid test' of being a liberal or a hindu, even in Bengal.

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