I’m just going to be honest with you here: I don’t really know what’s going on between India and China, presently. I can’t know everything.
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Whatever’s going on on the India-China border, it appears to be a doozy.
Let’s do an Indian news site first.
Twenty Indian Army soldiers were killed due to a violent face-off between Indian and Chinese troops at the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh’s Galwan Valley on Monday night.
Earlier it was reported that one Indian Army officer and two jawans were killed in action. However, by late Tuesday evening, the Indian Army updated the figure to 20, saying that 17 others who sustained injuries during the clash had succumbed to death. The number may rise further, the army said.
As per news agency ANI, 43 soldiers of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) were also killed as a result of the violent face-off.
In an official statement, the Indian Army has said that “17 Indian troops who were critically injured in the line of duty at the standoff location and exposed to sub-zero temperatures in the high altitude terrain have succumbed to their injuries, taking the total that were killed in action to 20.”
The army, in its statement, said, Indian and Chinese troops have disengaged at the Galwan area where they had earlier clashed on Monday night. “Indian Army is firmly committed to protecting the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the nation,” the Indian Army statement said.
The over five-week-long stand-off between Indian and Chinese troops turned violent on Monday night, inflicting casualties on both sides.
The armies on two sides have been engaged in the standoff in Pangong Tso, Galwan Valley, Demchok and Daulat Beg Oldie in eastern Ladakh since May 5. A sizeable number of Chinese Army personnel even transgressed into the Indian side of the de-facto border in several areas including Pangong Tso.
And now let’s do a Chinese news site.
A Chinese military spokesperson said Tuesday the Indian side should strictly restrain their frontline troops and return to the correct track of dialogue and negotiations to resolve the differences.
Zhang Shuili, spokesperson for the Western Theater Command of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), made the remarks in a statement in response to a fierce physical fight that broke out between the Chinese and Indian border defense troops Monday night after Indian troops crossed the Line of Actual Control for illegal activities and deliberately launched provocative attacks.
The statement was published by the official Weibo account of the PLA Daily.
“The Indian troops had violated their promises and once again crossed the Line of Actual Control for illegal activities, and deliberately provoked and attacked the Chinese forces, thus triggering fierce physical conflicts between the two sides and causing casualties,” said Zhang.
Note that India is bragging about killing people, while China is encouraging them to return to the correct track on the other side of the Line of Actual Control.
While I’m not an expert on the situation, what I do know is that India is violating a treaty that they signed and entering territory that they’ve ceded to the Chinese. Maybe that treaty was unjust, or whatever – who knows. But India is definitely the aggressor here. They appear to have crossed the border for the purpose of killing people.
People have been killed on this border before. In fact, they had a war in 1962, and an agreement wasn’t reached until 1996. Apparently it wasn’t a very good agreement, given that as soon as India became something other than a gigantic toilet (it still is a gigantic toilet, but they also have money from telemarketing scams they run on American old people), they began threatening China.
This situation probably doesn’t really matter to you. You’re worried about the blacks. Maybe, however, it should matter to you. When you have this many people getting killed, in the context of the current global instability, you have a situation that you need to watch as it might well be the spark that lights up World War III.
So far, the no one in the US has commented on it. But if these people in “our” government come out and start talking about “China better back off,” then you’d better hold onto your seatbelt and buckle your hat.
Because you might be headed for a wild ride into the corridors of madness.
Wars are very often started over seemingly irrelevant border skirmishes, and the fact that India is transgressing against China in the middle of this Western propaganda agenda against the Chinese should be concerning. I think there’s at least a 20% chance we’ll be in some kind of hot war with China before the election, and here you have China in a shootout with a country that is good friends with the United States.
China isn’t going to back down from anything, ever, and the US Government knows that, so if they start saber-rattling, they’re ready to rock.
A war with China would be absolutely devastating for the United States and it makes absolutely zero sense in terms of what is good for the world. But we did just collapse our economy on purpose for seemingly no clear reason. The reason might have been to justify a war with the Chinese.
Our problems with China are in relation to trade, and that is something that should be settled without a war. A war with the Chinese would transform all of our lives, and most of you would probably be sent to die, while your wives are at home getting rape-murdered by the blacks.
Because I guarantee you, if a draft comes, these women are going to wiggle their way out of it.