Friday, March 25, 2005 US to India: Drop Dead

March 25th

lovely easter gift to india from the us.

moral: proliferate nukes, threaten us interests everywhere, be terror
hub, and get rewarded for it. this has been north korea's experience,
china's experience, saudi arabia's experience, and pakistan's

suck up to the us, desperately crave its goodwill, allow its odious
conversion machine to dictate terms to you, and get slapped on the
face. this is india's experience.

simple solution for india: proliferate nuke and missile technology to
anybody who wants it, especially taiwan and japan. this will
immediately get american respect, much as pokhran-ii did.

U.S. Moves to Sell F-16's to Pakistan Over Indian Objections

Published: March 25, 2005

The Bush administration agreed today to sell Pakistan F-16 fighter
planes in a major policy shift that was meant to reward Pakistan for
its help in combating terrorism but was also certain to deeply
antagonize Pakistan's longtime adversary India....


Anonymous said...

American machiavelllian tactisc at their best. I think even a kid can see the ambiguous foreign policy of America.

1 get nuclear knowhow you will be ostracized. buy weapons and carriers that will be useful for delivering thode warheads ok.

2 donot have a democratic government you are tabboo. Deny entry to a democratically elected leader ok.

3 knowing information about the tsunami and not sharing it ok.

India should take a strong stand against thes e brazen policies and show the world that it is not a soft state.

Eshwar said...

The us is doing everything it should do to protect its interests. Why blame the us.

India should do exactly the same. Be cold, calculating and mean.

Vidhya said...

Outlook India carried this post. Wondering the socalled secularists would have been quiet if a makeshift mosque or church was razed. US probably wouldnt care about Saudi's intolerance, more important is oil

Makeshift Hindu temple razed, three worshippers deported

Saudi religious police have destroyed a clandestine makeshift Hindu temple in an old district of Riyadh and deported three worshippers found there, a newspaper reported today. Members of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, or religious police, Thursday stumbled across a room converted into a temple while raiding a number of flats suspected of being used to manufacture alcohol and distribute pornographic videos, pan-Arab Al-Hayat said. "They were surprised to find that one room had been converted into a Hindu temple," it said. A caretaker who was found in the worshipping area ignored the religious police orders to stop performing his religious rituals, the paper added. He was deported along with two other men who arrived on the scene to worship. All forms of non-Muslim worship are banned in ultra-conservative Saudi Arabia, which is home to Islam's holiest shrines. The US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), an advisory panel, last month urged the US government to impose sanctions on Saudi Arabia, as well as Vietnam and Eritrea, for violating religious rights. Last year, the US State Department for the first time named ally Saudi Arabia, as well as Eritrea and Vietnam, "countries of particular concern" in its annual report on religious freedom. A list previously included China, Iran, Myanmar, North Korea and Sudan. "