2020-07-02

The Indian army made 7 unreasonable demands, even threatened by a full-scale war? Du Wenlong:all the fights

By ddzyx

After a stalemate for almost half a month, I thought the Indian army finally learned to”soften” and held talks with us again. As a result, I did not know where the courage of the Indian army came from, but it was even tougher than before. I made 7 unreasonable demands at the meeting and even wanted to threaten a full-scale war! Why does the Indian side display such a tough attitude, is it really that the ignorant are fearless?

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(China-India Remote Talks)

We can see from the report that it takes about 11 hours During the talks, representatives of the Indian Army made seven unreasonable demands to China. Saying it is a request actually seems more like a”combat declaration”, which is full of provocation. Because of the so-called”requirements,” the first six are actually intended to allow China to withdraw its troops and resume its deployment a few months ago, while leaving no mention of the attitude it should give to its country.

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(Du Wenlong)

And Article 7 even stated that the Indian army is ready for a full-scale war and no longer abides by the so-called use of hot or cold weapons in the confrontation between the two sides. Related agreements. It’s like saying that if we don’t withdraw our troops, they will make some dangerous moves regardless of the agreement, and if a war is triggered, the Indian army will be prepared and not afraid! This is quite unbelievable. After all, everyone knows well, the strength of the Indian army and ours is weak. However, the Indian army dare to say such provocative words, aren’t they really afraid of further large-scale actions?

Even Du Wenlong, a well-known military expert, said that the Indian Army’s 7 requirements were unreasonable, and every one of them was fighting! But we know that the epidemic has already harassed the Indian people miserably. If it really caused a war, the Indian side would have no strength, energy or financial resources to deal with it. So why is the Indian army so tough?

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(Indian Army)

In fact, it is not difficult to find that although the Indian side looks very tough, it is actually Is”forced helpless”. It can be seen from the fact that the Indian leaders themselves acknowledge that China has not crossed the border, and the Indian side is actually guilty. And the situation that cannot be regressed today can be said to be the bitter fruit of India’s top management.

On the eve of the conflict, India was hit by the epidemic, the economy declined, and the number of unemployed surged, exactly the same as the domestic situation in the United States. There is a”global hegemony” who acts as a”model”, and India immediately follows suit, picking things from other countries in order to shift domestic conflicts. As a result, he didn’t grasp the degree all at once, and it was too much, and it also made the Indian people excited. If the Indian side chooses to end this, it will inevitably cause”popular indignation.” Looking at the end of the United States today, the Indian side couldn’t close for a while, and could only stand on its head. As analyzed by foreign experts, India has adopted a”coconut strategy”. Although it looks tough, it is very weak inside and can’t withstand a blow. But it turns out that this is obviously unwise.

Another analysis believes that the Indian side has portrayed itself as a”victim” image In fact, it is very likely that they are studying in the US and gaining”sympathy” from the international community. But India has never been the United States and has no unshakable advantages. How the Indian side chooses in the end will inevitably be hit by its own country. (Lan Zhang)