Ladakh Flash Point


Sardaukar20

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India's own Battle of Galwan story have to be told by their BS media and Bollywood. Whereas China just releases actual footage. Cost-wise, real footage is always far cheaper. In addition, there is an added benefit that it ages better than made up lies. When future historians are gonna study Galwan, they are going to be referring to real footages, not movies and sensationalist BS news.

This is hilarious haha

I give credit to Indian businesses though. They know what the Indian masses want, and they give it to them.

As long as money is to be made, everything is possible.
LOL. Patriotic war movies is big business. China's own war films were great commercial successes. Other Asian countries are also following suit. So its only a matter of time that Bollywood produces its own blockbuster war film based on India's fantasy version of the Battle of Galwan.
 

siegecrossbow

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A recent talk show I listen to invited a Global Times journalist who went to Tibet to interview Xi during his visit a few months ago. According to the journalist, the PLA stationed there has a loca museum with captured Indian helmets, gear, journals, etc. One interesting detail is that the guns were loaded.

Another interesting detail is that many Indian cellphones were on display as well. Most of them were VIVO phones.
 

Temstar

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A recent talk show I listen to invited a Global Times journalist who went to Tibet to interview Xi during his visit a few months ago. According to the journalist, the PLA stationed there has a loca museum with captured Indian helmets, gear, journals, etc. One interesting detail is that the guns were loaded.

Another interesting detail is that many Indian cellphones were on display as well. Most of them were VIVO phones.
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It's this show isn't it
 

LesAdieux

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now the issue is india wants everything back to status quo before they started the aggression in 2020. China made a mistake in 1962, and don't to repeat it this time.

japs started the second world war, killed tens of millions of people, they lost, but japs still believe whatever they owned before the war is their property.
 

Xsizor

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now the issue is india wants everything back to status quo before they started the aggression in 2020. China made a mistake in 1962, and don't to repeat it this time.

japs started the second world war, killed tens of millions of people, they lost, but japs still believe whatever they owned before the war is their property.
Correction. While the current talks ( initiated by India) is for a resolution of Hot Springs area - the region between Patrol Point 15 (of India ) and Kongka La - the real objective is to push for a resolution in Depsang region that lies north of Galwan. That region is originally not a focus of 2020 clash and that region saw change during 2011-2013 time frame.

So, India wants the current string of discussions and disengagement to solve not only the regions primarily affected by the events of 2020 but also areas affected by events that happened way earlier. The thing is, China won't bulge as these regions are way close to important transportation nodes and mountain passes that connect China to Pakistan as well as China's Xinjiang region.
 

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