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Will Pak---China friendship pose any danger to India?

Asked by Bharathiyan, 26 May '09 10:50 am
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Not really man. Indians in India pose a bigger threat to the nation than do the Chinese & Pakistanis. For starters.... Who is robbing the nation to such a degree that we have ~100 years of GDP stashed away in Swiss Bank? The CHinese? The Pakistanis??? Who are forming communal & caste based groups with the sole intent on grabbing communal votes in elections? The Chinese? The Pakistanis? Who is selling our people adultrated medicines? The Chinese? The Pakistanis? Who hoarded our nation\'s agriculture & sold @ black market price (by creating a shortage) thus keeping us in perpetual poverty? The Chinese? The Pakistanis? Who burns down buses in Punjab (or Tamil Nadu etc) for something that happens in Vienna (or Sri Lanka)? The Chinese? The Pakistanis? To be honest with you, even if we are surrounded by peaceful grass smoking rasta\'s as neighbouring nations, we\'d still be as screwed as we are today. Almost all of India\'s woes are internally created.
Answered by A Moin, 26 May '09 05:43 pm

 
  
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Yes it is a danger. Especially since Pakistan is getting arms and ammunitions both from America and China.
Answered by Good Citizen, 26 May '09 01:18 pm

 
  
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Any country that strives to achieve economic excellence is bound to have a lot of enemies. instead of being country specific, we should understand that most asian countries in our neighbourhood are poorly developed. hence the grudge against someone doing better is bound to exist.. we should look at threat as a macro problem that can surprise us from any direction. there is no point in keeping ready micro solutions for such matters as they would never be sufficient.
Answered by canaqa, 26 May '09 11:05 am

 
  
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Yes!. Not only Pak-China relationship, but also the new friendship between China and Sri Lanka.
Answered by Balasubramanian, 26 May '09 10:53 am

 
  
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