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Old November 24th, 2001, 01:49 AM
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Why China attacked India in 1962? what are future dangers from China to us?

Inspite of Panchasheel agreement with Nehru and Hindi-chini Bhai bhai; in1962 China attacked and occupied vast trrritory and killed thousands Indian. as a country we were caught sleeping at border. early death of Nehru is due to this shock and betrayal by China.
What were the reasons for China for attacking India at that time?
What are future dangers from this unreliable monstor?
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Old November 24th, 2001, 05:30 AM
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the main reason or infact the only one as that we gave asylum to exiled dalai lama...china requested his so called extradiction but india refused..and thats why china attackd india...and that holy shit dalai lama after seeing so much blood shed also his mind dint change...he is a real asshole..this is just another case where india poked its nose (china-tibet issue) and faced the brunt of china..who otherwise shared very good relations with us...not to mention with bangladesh-pak in 1971 and LTTE in rajiv's regime..and always we had to pay a good price for it..
regarding new dangers...yes we have a real potential threat fom china..george described china s enemy no. 1 and that should clear ur doubts..still china doesnt acknowledge sikkim state as indian state..and also border talks have been futile...also china is buliding roads and helipads/airstrips in its part of accupied kashmir...in short china poses more danger to us than pakistan...
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Vyomkesh,

I am afraid you are not entirely correct. Dalai lama was not the core issue. The trouble started all the way back when British departed living some parts of India(geography wise) in ambigous condition. One such part is India's north east border. Chinese claimed that India's northeast after Assam was all in fact Chinese based on the looks of those people and their cultural practice(which is of course a big Bullshit). Man Sarovar has been captured by Chinese and it still has an important place in Hindu religion.
Following factors played an important role in Chinese invasion of India:
1)Nehru giving a positive nod to Chinese claim of Tibet much to Sardar Patel and other politicians' agony. Recall, Tibet acted as a natural buffer state between China and India. Tibet was never really a part of China and the Chinese emperors never cared much about conquering Tibet as there was no money or fertile land to invest the conquering effort.

2)Nehru trusted too much in Krishnamenon(then a defence minister) who was a pro Communist(and pro Chinese).

3)Despite intelligence reports of Chinese infiltration and troop massing near the border and the Chinese intention of land grabbing, Nehru did not care due to reason (2). The Chinese felt that they could get away with invasion considering India's neutrality.

Note that India refused US help to thwart Chinese invasion. The Soviets were looking the other way. And after the Cuban crisis, Chinese and Soviet differences in ideology occurred and they split a couple of years later.

Now tell me....based on this interesting analogy....if a woman spreads her legs and a passerby takes advantage of the situation, wouldn't woman be the one to be blamed more than the passerby?
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