bangladesh and burma and China and Communism and communist and democracy and gurudev and hitxp and India and military and myanmar and pakistan
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I agree and respect your thoughts on democratization of our neighbours.
If our neighbour is a rogue, and as long as he isnt encroaching our space, do we care what he does with his life and family? Yes, unless his family seeks our help to control him. But bringing around a rogue will need another 10 neighbours. The whole area to discard him and throw away, to save other victims in his family.
country relationships are not as simple as next door neighbors
Very rarely do in real life next door neighbors try to impose their ideology/motivations on us. But neighboring countries always do it.
Look at the maoist insurgency funded by these commies.. look at the terrorist hotbeds in these countries.. all border areas have issues because of these neighboring rulers..
These rulers are neither good to their own people, nor to us.. if we keep quite Nepal will be the next communist state in another decade or so.. then Bhutan.. maoism is a serious threat to internal stability in India and should be checked at any and every cost..
In any country, its not the people who are bad.. its the rulers.. a democracy ensures that bad rulers are brought down.. unlike in this communist and military ruled states.. so its in our own interests to ensure that there is democracy atleast in our immediate neighborhood..
“isnt it our duty to …”
Ha, ha, ha… So funny.
Isn’t it your duty to reduce the poverty in the greatest democracy county India, which has the world’s largest number of poor people in a single country, more than 40 per cent of the population is illiterate and more than half of India’s children are malnourished ?
What a logic is this? When did I say its not our duty to reduce poverty in India?!
If I say a drowning person in a river should to be saved, does that mean I am saying that a patient in a hospital nearby should not be saved?
Suppose we have two problems, then the approach to solve those problems can be linear or parallel depending on the nature of the problems. If solving one problem is dependent on solving other then it has to be linear. But removing poverty and removing an autocratic establishment are NOT DEPENDENT on each other. The former can be solved by the social leadership, and the latter can be simultaneously solved by the political/military establishments.
Let me give your own chinese example. China still has millions of poor people and yet your Chinese government did an anti-satellite missile test recently. So???
By the way dont continue to have a picture of India twenty years ago still in your mind. The number of poor people has come down in India now to 25% of the population as compared to over 65% few decades back. Changes wont happen overnight. Given the population size of India, any numerical statistics based on population will be one of the largest in the world. India is not some small Singapore or Maldives in terms of population/size.
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