Ladakh Flash Point


Nobonita Barua

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These limitations will certainly affect the performance of the Chinese armed forces in a war with any professional army, as was seen in Ladakh.

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One would think that this was written by a troll but this is actually written by a former Indian Ambassador. If these are the best minds the Indian strategic establishment has to offer then China has nothing to worry about for the foreseeable future. :cool: :cool:
Thats why we know why indian hanumans never measured upto professional human :cool:
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What analysis did you expect from bollywood educated veggie hanumans?
You guys take lots of effort to debunk indians.

We do this in one single sentence, the bangla style

Watch & learn :cool::cool:

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Mt1701d

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It's not hard really, just burn those press and call them fake news (India news media isn't known for its journalism quality to begin with anyway), or "enemy agents against national interest", then release "creditable (fabricated) reports" on military activities in-and-out of that village, and have US (i.e. the CIA) to back it up. With decades of demonizing China on the belt, the mainstream media will lap it up eagerly (i.e. skip fact-checking) and wade in without hesitation, and most certain that the Western world (aka the Free World) will all join in on India's side, if past cases is of any indication.

"China vs the World" is a familiar theme of the last 200 years, so much so that Chinese will go "sh*t, here we go again".

It's certainly a gamble, of course, but not 3D-chess that Joe Biden can't play, besides what better to distract everyone from domestic problems with a "new" flashpoint lit up on Sino-India border, and the hotter the better
I think your scenario of ‘credible reports’ and ‘intelligence’ supporting the reports is highly likely... but that would only mean lip service for all intents and purposes... the ‘western free media’ will certainly post article after article but again it would be lip service only... actually doing something is an entirely different matter...

I agree that it is 3D chess that Biden can certainly play but I think a distraction will be all this India-China war will amount to, possibly as well as a massive line of credit for the Indian shopping spree... but actually joining the war on India’s side is highly unlikely, with Biden’s focusing more domestic issues, the lack of ability for UK and AUS, lack of will from CAN and NZ, Europe have vested interests and would be unlikely to take sides at least in terms of actions... unless India is basically a shattered shell of a country and the US is about to lose their puppet and the government that has to pay back that line of credit, I don’t think the US or even the West would lift even a finger
 

Xsizor

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Has there ever been a census within the PLA to ascertain the number of soldiers who are the single child?

It was my understanding that OCP has never been fully implemented in all of China.

How exactly does, OneChildPolicy, even if does exist affect the mentality of an average soldier? Why would they be ever in the PLA in the first place when there are other jobs out there - construction, Factories, farming etc.

Its also my belief that soldiers thrust into war, fight on survival instinct and resolve alone. How can the fact that they are the only support for their parents dilute the resolve? Shouldn't it be strengthened?

If at all OCP has been a very influential force, shouldn't it be reflected in the recruitment numbers rather than morale?

Isn't China trying to reduce the number of PLA infantry?

What's the effect of OCP, even if it is assumed to be influential, on a modern Mechanized unit that deals with UAVs and other push button gizmos?

Seems to me like the slander that could've had relevance for the China of 1990s to 2010 are being applied even today.

That's just not very bright.
 

localizer

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Has there ever been a census within the PLA to ascertain the number of soldiers who are the single child?

It was my understanding that OCP has never been fully implemented in all of China.

How exactly does, OneChildPolicy, even if does exist affect the mentality of an average soldier? Why would they be ever in the PLA in the first place when there are other jobs out there - construction, Factories, farming etc.

Its also my belief that soldiers thrust into war, fight on survival instinct and resolve alone. How can the fact that they are the only support for their parents dilute the resolve? Shouldn't it be strengthened?

If at all OCP has been a very influential force, shouldn't it be reflected in the recruitment numbers rather than morale?

What's the effect of OCP, even if it is assumed to be influential, on a modern Mechanized unit that deals with UAVs and other push button gizmos?

Seems to me like the slander that could've had relevance for the China of 1990s to 2010 are being applied even today.

That's just not very bright.


I mean, rural have 2+ kids is so common and they're the ones most likely to send kids off to the military.

If anything these are neglected kids with nothing to lose like the US.
 
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Cpmplete BS.
Everything India does is complete BS. I said both your tanks broke down and both your tanks broke down.
We came 5th (jointly) in the last tank biathlon we participated in.
Really, what color medal is 5th jointly? LOL India placed 5th at the second tank biathlon in 2015. Then, in the 4th tank biathlon in 2017, both your tanks broke down and you were unable to finish. That was the last biathlon that India participated in. Next time, maybe spend 5 minutes Googling before calling BS.

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Nobonita Barua

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Has there ever been a census within the PLA to ascertain the number of soldiers who are the single child?

It was my understanding that OCP has never been fully implemented in all of China.

How exactly does, OneChildPolicy, even if does exist affect the mentality of an average soldier? Why would they be ever in the PLA in the first place when there are other jobs out there - construction, Factories, farming etc.

Its also my belief that soldiers thrust into war, fight on survival instinct and resolve alone. How can the fact that they are the only support for their parents dilute the resolve? Shouldn't it be strengthened?

If at all OCP has been a very influential force, shouldn't it be reflected in the recruitment numbers rather than morale?

Isn't China trying to reduce the number of PLA infantry?

What's the effect of OCP, even if it is assumed to be influential, on a modern Mechanized unit that deals with UAVs and other push button gizmos?

Seems to me like the slander that could've had relevance for the China of 1990s to 2010 are being applied even today.

That's just not very bright.
Better question would be, why high number of indian child left by parents join their army? Explains why their morale is nill & they are weak, limp. Most of india's "army" is made of parent less "illegal" child which is result of over-population who have no job.India basically has to hire them to join the so called army, like other indians sell their kids to others for money. And because of extreme poverty they suffer from severe malnutrition making them even more fragile, growing up in tropical environment, indians cant adjust in harsh environment.

That's why they are mentally & physically defeated before the conflitct even begins, as ladakh has shown.
 

rhino123

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Cpmplete BS. We came 5th (jointly) in the last tank biathlon we participated in.
I believe the last time India uses their own T90 tanks, both broke down. And that was in 2017. In 2018 onward, India uses Russia supplied tanks. So even if India was to fare well (which they didn't) it has nothing to do with their maintenance and logistic prowess. Sorry to say that.
 

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