India incursion and Chinese standoff at Dolam, Bhutan

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  1. Orthan
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    Could you post a link?

    right, the korea excuse again. Inconceivable, you say? no mistake about it, you say?
     
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    Dude, please stop posting, its very obvious you are drawing flame bait, and I'm pretty sure you already posted this exact same thing in the old thread.

    Its people like you that keep getting thread locked.... just stopped.
     
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    You have CLEARLY not followed the thread... or the news... again. All the evidence is there for you to read. You just won't go back to read it. So you ask stupid questions based on the 2 posts that you can see. This is a recurring trend of yours. The first time, you thought that the Korean situation was completely stable which is still the stupidest thing I've heard on this thread and goes against every news article on the topic since Trump took office. How about now? Still "stable"? I'm sure you have no idea why I asked that because you don't read the news or do any research but recently, NK has been threatening to blow up Guam and Trump has been threatening NK with "fire and fury" LOL. You would need a single digit IQ to think that China doesn't need to be prepared to deter conflict.

    You want evidence of China troop buildup near Doklam? Look for it in the last few pages. If anyone is gracious enough to repost it for you, feel thankful. I won't bother doing your homework for you.
     
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    Disprove what i said and i will believe you

    FYI the media needs to sell news, although im not saying that what they report is wrong. But when i read the news about the korean nuclear crisis, all i see is blustering and posturing from the US side and NK side. After so much heated rhetoric, there have been no reporting of any military being prepared to start any military intervention in the region, so far. Behind the scenes, all sides know that there are no aceptable military options for this situation. But its understandable that its important in these ocasions for governments to have tough words toward each other in order to scare the other side and for internal consumption.
     
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    Yeah only for those gullible nationalists audiences.
     
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    http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/wor...united-states-aksai-chin-and-aunachal-pradesh

    Fears WAR IMMINENT between two major nuclear powers

    "But a source within the Chinese military told the South China Morning Post the People’s Liberation Army will aim to limit any conflict to the level of skirmishes."

    “Instead it will deploy aircraft and strategic missiles to paralyse Indian mountain divisions stationed in the Himalayas on the border with China.”
     
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    News from China is the war is inevitable, and the view on India has changed forever. The war will not be over after doklam standoff is over, hostility will be long term, and all border issues will be the excuses for further military action. I don't think we can roll back now, even if India retreats now, the result will be the same. Military action is certain, and it will be large scale. India may want to make China as strategic enemy, they certain get one this time.

    长平之战, the end goal is not only to capture New Delhi but complete control of India
     
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    Yesterday at 6:33 PM
    here's the smaller Chinese claim:
    [​IMG]

    from inside of
    Full text of facts and China's position concerning Indian border troops' crossing of China-India boundary
    Xinhua| 2017-08-04 21:00:45 http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-08/04/c_136500377.htm


    (an alternative border, dotted, on the Torsa River = let's say within the Doklam Plateau)

    and here's the larger Chinese claim:
    [​IMG]
    (found inside
    Doklam, Gipmochi, Gyemochen: It’s Hard Making Cartographic Sense of a Geopolitical Quagmire
    20/07/2017https://thewire.in/159407/doklam-india-china-bhutan/

    )

    (an alternative border around the basin of the Torsa River = beyond the Doklam Plateau)

    the larger claim I noticed also

    (courtesy of
    tidalwave
    who's taken his war efforts also down to the Andaman Sea: Today at 12:59 AM
    LOL)

    earlier today in (don't know how to link just that map):
    [​IMG]

    (an alternative border obviously to the east from the Torsa River = beyond the Doklam Plateau
    )

    I noticed this possibility (post in the closed thread)
    #174 Jura, Jul 14, 2017
    then unaware this claim has been known:
    my homework ends

    time will tell the rest
     
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    Nah man, you don't want to capture India, China don't want to feed another 1.3 billion people.

    China didn't really care about India in the past, but now India has got China's full attention, its better to tie India down with their vast military spending, while the entire country routs from within.
     
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