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manoj10 Post time: 2017-9-4 21:50
Chinese girls are cute in short skirts especially when they bent down at 7/11 in Kowloon


Yeah, indeed there're MANY MANY such in Hong Kong 『bimbos who BENT a full 711 degrees Kowlooning themselves (any ACT or POSITION your IMAGINATION ALLOWS YOU because I don't see them anymore a part our community.) to exoticisms that are unlike themselves, bimbos who actually worships these exoticisms as if these exoticisms are Gods who they willingly bent over anywhichway or fashion their God's pleases or desires of them...  I have no qualms about that whatsoever so bent away, my Manji friend.  


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edisonone Post time: 2017-9-5 08:01
Yeah, indeed there're MANY MANY such in Hong Kong 『bimbos who BENT a full 711 degrees Kowlooning ...



Excuses Excuses...  



let's not turn this into a conspiracy!!!



A trade off was made there. Quit pro pro that is..  



China probably met Modi's demand to stop work on whatever 『sensitive military instalation its errecting』, and similarly, 『India agreed to same, YES SAME, because it indeed takes two to ENTANGLE』 ... Err... I meant Tango ...



Look: 『If Trump is sensitive about Kim's nukes』 and 『Kennedy about Kruschev's』, 『imagine the precaution China would have and would conduct itself if Dehli puts up Radale and maybe F-16 capable airstrip (covertly of course) or worst, if Dehli stations it Beijing and Shanghai capable Agni-III, IV, and V's right  smack a mile or two away from the Chinese border』...



Yes, this is all just an excuse 『to excuse both』 from the goings ons of whats likely truly happening up there in Mt. Everest...



Doklam standoff: How did India, China resolve the crisis?




Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping. Photo: Reuters

New Delhi: It has been two weeks since India and China agreed to disengage after a 73-day military standoff on the Doklam plateau in Bhutan. But so far, there has been no official word from New Delhi or Beijing on how the two struck a deal to pull back from their most serious face-off in two decades—creating space for theories to mushroom.

One of these is that Chinese President Xi Jinping sacked a senior general in the People Liberation Army’s (PLA), who was thought to have been standing in the way of a resolution of the Doklam standoff—and that this led to the deal being struck.

According to Brahma Chellaney, professor of strategic studies at the New Delhi-based Centre for Policy Studies think tank, “the mutual withdrawal deal” by India and China that was announced on 28 August “was clinched just after Chinese President Xi Jinping replaced the chief of the People Liberation Army’s (PLA) joint staff department.”

This position, considered the most senior in the PLA and equivalent to the chairman of the US joint chiefs of staff, was created last year as part of Xi’s military reforms to turn the Chinese Army into a force “able to fight and win wars,” Chellaney said in an article in the Hindustan Times last week.

“The Doklam pullbacks suggest that the removed chief, General Fang Fenghui, was an obstacle to clinching a deal with India and probably was responsible for precipitating the standoff in the first place,” he said.


In his piece, Chellaney recalled that Chinese President Xi’s visit to India in 2014 happened in the midst of a Chinese military incursion in Ladakh—just as a visit by Chinese premier Li Keqiang to India in 2013 was overshadowed by another incursion, also in Ladakh.

Chellaney further pointed to Xi’s repeated demand of “absolute loyalty” from the Chinese military—most recently at the PLA’s 90th anniversary in July. “Had civil control of the PLA been working well, would Xi repeatedly be demanding ‘absolute loyalty’ from the military or asking it to ‘follow his instructions?’” he wrote.

Other analysts however seem unconvinced by this argument.

“I think the situation in China is more complex than this which, to my mind, is a simplistic reading of the situation,” said former foreign secretary Kanwal Sibal. Sibal’s own view is that “Xi was trying to consolidate his position with the 19th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party due next month”.

“He in the recent past has purged a number of high ranking officers from the military on charges of corruption. So no doubt he is trying to consolidate his position but this cannot be seen in the light of the Doklam standoff,” Sibal said, adding: “It does not fit in with Chinese politics.”


According to Happymon Jacob, professor of international relations at the Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi, “In a tightly controlled regime like China, it is not easy to imagine that the country’s military would work at cross purposes with its civilian leadership.”

“I do not think there is enough evidence yet to suggest that PLA is not under the control of China’s political leadership,” he said.

“With regard to the PLA’s rhetoric against India, there are parallels elsewhere as well. India’s military leadership often speaks out against China and Pakistan which does not mean that the civilian government in India has lost its control over the military,” he said.




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Trump reincarnation IndiaIndian army chief ridiculed for turning his coat on China issue


(People's Daily Online)    16:35, September 12, 2017


Army chief Bipin Rawat says neither China nor Pakistan is a threat to India’s security. (PTI File Photo )

Indian army chief General Bipin Rawat has been ridiculed by Indian netizens after he changed his hard-line stance on China on Saturday, as he claimed that “neither China nor Pakistan is an imminent threat to India.”

According to Hindustan Times, the hawkish army chief made the remarks on the sidelines of an event in Uttarakhand’s capital Dehradun on Saturday, contradicting his previous claims of China flexing its muscles a week ago.

Referring to the 73-day long Sino-Indian standoff, Rawat said earlier that India should be prepared for a two-front war, as the situation may snowball into a larger conflict on the northern border, according to Ptinew.com.

The change of attitude has lead to online sarcasm targeting Rawat, with many Indian netizens calling him an “insult for the post he is acquiring.”

“Remove this person as he doesn’t have the capacity to assess outside military threat. It has become a circus and he is the clown,” said a netizen named Kunal Deshamukhya on Twitter.

This is not the first time that the controversial army chief has been slammed for his irresponsible comments. In June, the Chinese military denounced his “extremely irresponsible” remarks that India is ready for a two-and-a-half front war, urging him to stop clamoring for war.

Rawat’s new claims have somehow received more support from Chinese public, which has been viewed over half a million times as of press time on the People’s Daily website.

“I hope India can keep its promise, and the two nations can cooperate and work together peacefully,” said a netizen.





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