Sunday, July 5, 2020

1962 - A stab from the back or front?

After capturing Tibet through deceit in 1950, Mao said- this is the palm and we will go after the five fingers. The first finger is Ladakh. The other four are Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh

China could not have captured Tibet without support from India. The entire world strongly reacted against the Chinese action in 1950. Tibet is a land locked country that has to depend on either India or China. Mao baited Tibet with more and more help. Nehru ignored the concerns raised by Tibet. 

After independence, Nehru worked as PR manager for the CCP, justifying China within India as well as in international stages. Both India and China joined together in destroying Tibet. India was the first non communist country to recognize CCP. Before 1950, parts of Tibetan administration like postal services were taken care by India. With the Panchasheel agreement, Nehru surrendered India's extra-territorial rights in Tibet to occupier China. In 2003, Vajpayee formally recognized Tibet as part of China. In 2018, Modi ended all official contact with Dalai Lama and Tibet's government-in-exile

The books by Brig John Parashram Dalvi, Swedish Journalist Bertil Lintner and Shiv Kunal Verma has exposed some of the conspiracies behind the Chinese military show off in 1962.

Dalvi blames three men responsible for India's defeat - Nehru, Krishna Menon, and General Brij Mohan Kaul. The main person indicted by the Henderson-Brooks Inquiry Commission is B.M. Kaul. Knowing full well that  Kaul is a schemer, Nehru appointed him as Corps Commander.

Nehru’s Private Secretary M.O. Mathai, typed a note in 1953 for Nehru’s attention only, nine years before Kaul’s infamous appointment as Corps Commander. Mathai writes: Past experience in Washington and Kashmir shows that Kaul is one of the most intriguing officers in the Indian Army. He has no good word for anyone except himself. Just as Gopi Handoo he talks far too much. 

In May 1961, Nehru & Menon had ignored Thimmayya’s recommendations to make General Thorat the army chief, preferring to appoint Pran Nath Thapar. General Thimmayya is regarded as the savior of Kashmir. Thorat was known as a fighting general in the mould of Patton and Rommel. Thapar was known to be politically well-connected, related to Nehru by marriage.
Kaul got himself admitted to a hospital in Delhi when the Chinese attacked in 1962. Thapar resigned from the army in November 1962
The basis for the 1962 war was much more than the border dispute. Mao started the disastrous Great Leap Forward in 1958. This had created famine and unrest throughout China including Tibet. China was going through immense internal turmoil and Mao was desperate to reassert his power over CCP and PLA. Finding an outside enemy against which everyone could unite was his best option. 

The border dispute with India and granting asylum to the Dalai Lama can be cited as reasons. Mao badly needed some kind of excuse before international community for a military conflict. Nehru & Menon offered a solution that was good enough for Chinese provocation. That was the Forward Policy. It was conceived at a meeting on 2nd November 1961. Chaired by Nehru, the meeting was attended by Krishna Menon, foreign secretary MJ Desai, Army Chief Thapar and IB director BN Mullick

The so called Forward Policy exist only in paper. The Army was not equipped to face the fully prepared PLA. China had started the war preparations as early as 1959. The 1962 conflict was never formally declared by Delhi. The ill equipped soldiers fought the war taking help from the people of North East. 

It was mission accomplished for China, not in terms of settling border dispute or gaining land area. China regained its face. China became the main voice of revolutionary movements in the third world, and Mao continued in power and started the Cultural Revolution in May 1966.

The foundation of Communism is a heap of lies and false narratives. A failed lie is justified with another lie. Mao used the century of humiliation slogan to whip up nationalism and attract youth into his army. The human wave attack sacrificed the lives of so many young people in Korean war and against Vietnam in 1979. His Five fingers policy and One China policy are meant to provide a nationalism color for CCP. 

The real fact is that, the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) helped Mao's revolution during WW2. OSS is the forerunner of present CIA. The OSS spies Ilia Tolstoy and Capt. Brooke Dolan had established relations with Tibetan leaders in 1943. The Western friends of Chiang Kai-shek abandoned him after WW2 because he was a nationalist. Mao was picked up to play puppet leader. The opium funded Yale Divinity School had established a network of schools and hospitals throughout China that also served as an intelligence network. One of Yale in China's most important students was Mao Zedong. 


The book Himalayan Blunder: The Curtain-Raiser to the Sino-Indian War of 1962 by J. P. Dalvi. Brig John Parashram Dalvi exposes the 1962 debacle in the book Himalayan Blunder. He commanded the ill-fated 7 Infantry Brigade in the West Kameng Frontier Division of the North East Frontier Agency (NEFA) in October 1962. The book was published in 1969, but was banned by the Indian Government upon its release. The book has been translated into Kannada by Ravi Belagere. 

The book 1962: The War That Wasn’t by Shiv Kunal Verma, son of an Army Captain who fought the Sino-India war

The book by Swedish Journalist Bertil Lintner was released for restricted circulation by the Ministry of Defense (MoD) in March 1993. His book says that the decision to go to war with India had been taken in 1959 — the year Dalai Lama had arrived in India. 
A Chinese agent imported from London

Monday, June 29, 2020

Difference between suzerainty and sovereignty

The word suzerainty and sovereignty has entirely different legal meaning, but can be used evasively.

Former private secretary of Nehru, MO Mathai has alleged in his book that it was Ambassador KM Panikkar's manipulation of a telegram message that spoiled India-China relations. According to him, the govt of India sent a telegram to Panikkar authorizing him to formally communicate India's recognition of Chinese suzerainty over Tibet. Panikkar changed the crucial word to sovereignty. Later, when questioned, Panikkar took shelter  behind the familiar excuse of corruption in transmission of the  cypher telegram. Panikkar's action was more important than the bottle and Nehru should have taken prompt steps to clear the matter with the Chinese. If necessary he should have repudiated Panikkar. Instead Nehru used this connotation to appease the critics within the party. 

Mathai however has not given the date of telegram, nor has he explained the circumstances in which Nehru allowed his policy to be distorted by this kind of low tactic on the part of a diplomat.

Zhou Enlai greatly appreciated the view taken by India. During this meeting, Panikkar, on his own, promised that India would not move in case Tibet is forcefully liberated. On 26 August 1950, in an aide memoir submitted to the Chinese Government, K.M. Panikkar went a step further, he changed India’s policy on Tibet, that would trigger the most dramatic consequences for India. In his note, Panikkar described Tibet’s status as autonomy within framework or Chinese sovereignty, and not anymore suzerainty as it had been done during the previous decades. The two words had a very different legal meaning and Panikkar knew it.

Reading the above communications, it is clear that the date of telegram must be before August 1950. The Chinese Communists were the worthy disciple of Sun Tzu, adept of the Art of War. The negotiations trick was just a dilatory tactic to gain time for the Chinese troops to be ready for the battle of Chamdo in October 1950.

Rajaji had sent a note to Nehru complaining that the Chinese are deceiving us. Nehru answers was that - Legally our position seems to be a weak one in regard to Tibet. For Nehru, the Chinese did not deceive India. He explains - We may have deceived ourselves, and they may have done wrong in the action they took, as I think they did
Later, they tried to revert to suzerainty, but it was too late, the damage was done.
The Indian official in Lhasa, Sumul Sinha, had warned Nehru about the intentions of communist China. Sinha’s reports did not fit into Nehru’s larger vision of the world. Nehru blasted Sinha, the Chinese had come to help the Tibetans to abandon their medieval mindset. We want of course our representatives to give us full information ... [But] once a decision has been taken by Government [read to abandon Tibet to its fate], it should be accepted gracefully and followed faithfully; any insinuation that Government have been acting wrongly or improperly is objectionable

History of suzerainty

Historically both China and Tibet were two separate rival nations, who had fought against each other at several occasions. Tibet was involved in power struggles with Mongols too. China never had the so called suzerainty.

Portuguese opened church in 1624, but was expelled at lama's insistence in 1745. During 1850s, the Russian and British rivalry for control of Central Asia prompted Tibet to ban all foreigners and shut borders. In 1904, Britain forced Tibet to sign trading agreement in order to forestall any Russian overtures.

At this period the British had close and profitable ties with China. The Chinese had persuaded the British to grant suzerainty over Tibet. Therefore in September 1876, the Sino-British Chefoo Convention, which granted Britain the right of sending a mission of exploration into Tibet, was signed. The mission was abandoned when the Tibetans refused to allow them on the grounds that they did not recognize China’s authority. Two more similar agreements – the Peking Convention of July 1886, and the Calcutta Convention of March 1890 were also repudiated by the Tibetans. The Tibetan Government refused to have anything to do with the British, who were dealing over their head with the Chinese. 

What was most unfortunate for Tibet at this stage was the communication and interchange of letters and presents between the Dalai Lama and the Russian Czar, around 1900 to 1901. As the Russian power in Asia was growing, the British felt that their interest was at stake. Tibet was invaded by the British expeditionary force in August 1904. Dalai Lama fled to Mongolia. A Treaty was signed between the Tibet and Britain in September 1904. During the British invasion Tibet conducted her affairs as an independent country. 

The Manchus, who were then ruling China, made one last attempt to interfere in Tibet through military campaigns. When the Dalai Lama was in Kumbum monastery in Mongolia, he received two messages – one from Lhasa, urging him to return with all speed as they feared for his safety, and the other from Peking, requesting him to visit the Chinese capital. The Dalai Lama chose to go to Peking with hope of prevailing upon the Chinese Emperor to stop the military aggression of Tibet and to withdraw his troops.
When the Dalai Lama finally returned to Lhasa in 1909, he found that contrary to all the promises he received in Peking, the Chinese troops were at his heels. 
But, when the news of the 1911 Revolution of China reached Lhasa, fights broke out between rival Manchu and Chinese generals. By then, however, the Tibetans had reorganized themselves with orders coming from the Dalai Lama in exile in India. Chinese troops in Lhasa and elsewhere in Tibet were overcome by the Tibetans and finally expelled in 1912. In January 1913 a bilateral Treaty was signed between Tibet and Mongolia at Urga. In that treaty both countries declared themselves free and separate from China.

Expulsion of Chinese troops from Tibet following the 13th Dalai Lama's return from exile in India, 1912
During this period of fighting and confusion the new ruler of China, President Yuan Shih-Kai, tried to send military reinforcements to the beleaguered troops while at the same time trying to placate the Tibetans. He apologized for the excess and said he had restored the Dalai Lama’s rank. But this was rejected by the Dalai Lama who wrote back saying that he was not asking the Chinese Government for any rank and declared Tibet’s independence.

The Thirteenth Dalai Lama, having returned from India in January 1913, issued a formal declaration of the complete independence of Tibet. The document also made clear, "Now the Chinese intention of colonizing Tibet under the patron-priest relationship has faded like a rainbow in the sky".

During the annual Monlam Festival of 1920, some 2,000 Manchu and Chinese soldiers entered Lhasa and indulged in a carnage of rape, murder, plunder, and wanton destruction. Once again the Dalai Lama was forced to leave Lhasa. He appointed a Regent to rule in his absence and left for the southern town of Dromo – with the intention to go to British India, if necessary. Events in Lhasa and pursuing Chinese troops forced him to leave his country once again. 

On 17 December 1933 the Thirteenth Dalai Lama passed away. The following year a Chinese mission arrived in Lhasa to offer condolences. But, in fact, they tried to settle the Sino-Tibetan border. After the chief delegate left, another Chinese delegate remained to continue discussions. The Chinese delegation was permitted to remain in Lhasa on the same footing as the Nepalese and Indian representatives until he was expelled in 1949.

Animal Greed of Chinese

China is predatory. All Himalayan nations are its marked preys. Refer the Five Fingers policy of Mao. The Chinese eat all kinds of animals, but not sure about the prevalence of cannibalism. Organ harvesting is a lucrative business in China. During the past 70 years of Tibetan occupation, 90 percent of forest were cleared. The Tibetan dams at a height of 14K feet is a big threat to all downstream nations.

An African proverb - Every morning in Africa, when a gazelle wakes up, it knows that it must run faster than the fastest lion or it will be killed. Every morning when a lion wakes up, it knows that it must outrun the slowest gazelle or it will be starved to death. It doesn’t matter whether you are a lion or a gazelle: when the sun comes up, you’d better be running either to acquire dinner or to avoid becoming dinner.

Deception is used offensively by predators/parasites and defensively by preys/hosts. Before hunting, a lion or tiger tries to dupe the prey and turn gentle and inoffensive. Parasites like leeches have an anaesthetic in their salivary secretions. This is the harmless model in which predators or parasites pretends to be honorable, thus deluding the prey or host.

Animals hunt just for their food. But human craving and greed has no limits. China cannot peacefully co-exist because they are predators. 

China's secret weapons

In addition to the conventional weapons, China holds many secret weapons. The strategies taught by Acharya Sun Tzu is their asset.

Psychological warfare (PSYOPs) in social media

India had a well established natural defense against enemy from across Himalayas. But, at present the enemy is coming by sea, by air and by Satellite Internet. Pakistan President Arif Alvi while addressing a flag hoisting ceremony on 14th Aug 2019 at Islamabad has openly asked people to wage a social media war against India over the issue of Kashmir saying it is their big weapon. The Pak IT Cell is getting huge amount of money from China.

Huge amount of data, fetched through various apps, are mined using BIGData Analytic tools and strategically used by CCP. Chinese know the nook and corner of India, knows the perception of every person in the country. China possess certain data that the Govt of India may not have.

Weaponizing waters at a height of 14K feet

The Himalayas is considered as the 3rd pole or middle pole. Tibet is well known for being the roof of the world and third largest source of freshwater in the world (after the North and South Poles) and feeding people of Southeast Asia. Just as the Persian Gulf states sit over immense reserves of oil and gas, China controls vast transnational water resources. China acquired these untapped gold in 1950 by deceit. 

Sun Tzu observed - When a dam is broken, the water cascades with irresistible force. Take advantage of the enemy’s unpreparedness and attack him when he does not expect it. Avoid his strength and strike his emptiness, and like water, none can oppose you. China, with its end justifying the means theory, has a history of retracting on agreements to suit its geopolitical ambitions. As per Sun Tzu’s advice, the water-breathing dragon could use its dams to subdue enemy without fighting.

Tibet is the starting point of rivers that flow to 18 downstream countries. No other country in the world serves as the river head for so many countries. By erecting dams, barrages and other water diversion structures in its borderlands, China is creating an extensive upstream infrastructure that arms it with the capacity to weaponize water.

The Brahmaputra is in great danger. China could refuse to release water when India needs it, exacerbating droughts. It could open the floodgates during rainy seasons and cause horrendous flash floods. The damage caused by a dam discharge will have a domino effect on the whole system.

China is using dams as a leverage to settle geopolitical disputes without firing a bullet, when the need arises. After Doklam crisis in 2017, China refused to share hydrological data, caused unusual flooding in the Brahmaputra River in Assam. This  was in violation of two legally binding accords between the two countries. Incidentally, China shared this hydrological data with Bangladesh, while refusing to do so with India. Nepal had also joined the water war. There occurred an unusual unmanageable flood in Bihar in 2019. Supposed to be a punishment for Doklam and presumably for not signing up for BRI.

The Mekong is the longest river of Southeast Asia with a drainage area of 795K sq km. It originates from the south-eastern Himalayas and flows through China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia. Vietnam pleaded with China to release water from the Yunnan dam on the Mekong River to ease severe water shortages downstream.

Disease germ agents, Pharma products

China's strategy is Create a Problem -> wait for people suffering -> Offer solution

Corona virus is a media hoax created by the USA liberals and CCP

The prescription medicines with addictive Opoids and other dangerous ingredients are silently destroying the health and minds of people all over the world

India's Rasputin / Nehru's Evil Genius
VK Krishna Menon humiliated competent military officers. Nehru was the only big name of Indian politics batting for him. Two other heavyweights had come out openly against him. On 8 February 1962, Rajaji had said, If Mr. Menon succeeds, it would be one point to Indian Communists and two points to world Communists
Video - Nehru Arrives To UK in 1949, greeted by Krishna Menon, Indian High Commissioner in London. Nehru shakes hands with another man and Menon shakes hands with woman in Nehru's party. 

Video - Krishna Menon speaking at mass rally. Not sure about the date, must be before 1962. "Part of this land has been taken and we will take it back by force if necessary". Mentions Chinese.

The Book Reminiscences of the Nehru Age by MO Mathai is an engaging read in which he effortlessly takes the reader back in time and narrates his encounters & experiences with different leaders in a very blunt & unforgiving style. It has some first hand information on several anecdotes, facts & historical references. Neatly divided into isolated chapters, he speaks out his mind (personal opinions along with anecdotes & some facts) about each leader per chapter.

The PDF version can be downlaoded here

Also see  Commentary ob the book by Guru Prasad

Sunday, June 28, 2020

How Communism baited Tibet

For many thousands of years, India (including Tibet) had a natural well established Himalayan defense. Tibet is a landlocked country. Ladakh was the hub of its trade routes to the rest of India and world during 19th century. Even during the late 1940’s, irrespective of whirlwind changes everywhere else on the planet, life in Lhasa was going on as usual. As Asian or African people talked about Revolution, Independence or the end of Imperialism, these notions meant nothing in Tibet. 

Tibet was an independent country until 1950, recognized by India, UK, USA and China. Tibet’s independence were recognized by Kuomintang. During the period of the civil war, Mao also acknowledged the alien status of Tibet. After the fall of the Manchus when the nationalist government of China invited Nepal and Tibet to join China, both of them refused. 

The Tibetan national flag carried by the Tibetan army in 1936 at the military garrison, Drapchi
In 1947, India had a strong presence in Tibet with a full-fledged Mission in Lhasa and Indian trade marts managed by agents with military escort posted in Gyantse, Yatung (near the Sikkim border) and Gartok (Western Tibet). The Post and Telegraph Service, a chain of rest-houses and the principality of Minsar (near Mt Kailash) were also under the Indian Government’s control.

In the first week of September 1946, Nehru was sworn in as head of an Interim or Provisional Government as part of the process towards freedom. Strangely, at the top of his mind was not on national unity, but one on Asian amity. Within days of taking a transitional office, Nehru announced that an Asian Relations Conference would be convened in March 1947. It was obvious to him that China’s presence would be vital to its success. Tibet also participated as an independent nation.

A small delegation of Tibetans reached Delhi by horseback after a month long journey crossing treacherous snow packed Himalayan passes . The Tibetans raised their flag. The Chinese officially protested at the seating of the Tibetan delegates. To please China, Nehru made sure that the conference discussed just cultural and economic issues and not the political matters. 

The Chinese lobby in USA was a powerful group that included members of Congress, the Catholic church, business leaders and financiers. 

The picture shows two Tibetan delegates (front right) during the Conference in Delhi in 1947 as Mahatma Gandhi speaks (far left). A Tibetan flag is seen in front of them along with flags of other participating countries.
The Tolstoy/Dolan mission

During early 1940s, Tibetan plateau was largely an unexplored landscape with no supply route towards China. During WW2, the supply route between India and China via Burma was cut off by the Japanese in 1942. Tibet refused the request to open a military supply route through Zayul (Southern Tibet), fearing that the Chinese may acquire a permanent home in Tibetan roads. But under pressure from USA, Tibet agreed for a small party to transit to China. 

The Tibetans were under the impression that America might indeed be helpful, if the relations with China deteriorate further. In 1942, President Roosevelt sent Strategic Services (OSS) officers to Tibet. OSS is the forerunner of present CIA.

The OSS spies Ilia Tolstoy, the grandson of Leo Tolstoy, and explorer Capt. Brooke Dolan were sent to Tibet to traverse and explore the hidden country. Seems OSS got inspiration from the spy work of Lawrence of Arabia during WW1. They were operating under instructions from Donovan (head of OSS and founder of CIA) and General Stilwell. They were asked to proceed to OSS HQ and wartime capital of Chiang Kai-shek in Chungking (Chongqing) via Tibet. The hidden motive was to survey the land as a possible field for future activities, secure allies, discover enemies and locate strategic targets. A description of this mission can be found in declassified document Psychological Warfare Undertakings. Read More

Brooke Dolan and Ilia Tolstoy traveling to Lhasa (still from Inside Tibet, Records of the Office of Strategic Services)
OSS worked in close co-operation with the Chinese, first with Kuomintang and then with Mao. The Western friends of Chiang Kai-shek abandoned him after WW2 because he was a nationalist. Mao was picked up to play puppet leader. The opium funded Yale Divinity School had established a network of schools and hospitals throughout China that also served as an intelligence network. One of Yale in China's most important students was Mao Zedong. 
Tibet had better friendly relations with British India than with the India after independence. The Chinese lobby applied pressure on Indian leaders to stay away from Tibetan matters. The creation of Pakistan and the first Indo-Pak war (1947) had an impact on the Tibetan trade via Ladakh route. China promised help. The Chinese built the infrastructure in Tibet free of cost through the route that was surveyed and explored by OSS. The same roads and bridges were used to transport the Chinese army men in disguise into Tibet. Mao's troops routed the militarily weak Tibetan resistance at Chamdo. A trade delegation from Lhasa was in Delhi at that time; it had no clue. 
The picture shows The American Mission to Tibet crossing the Melo La Pass. The expedition carried the American flag while going through the Melo La
Soon after the Chinese overran Tibet, Nehru and Krishna Menon started talking in public that India and China had lived in peace for 3,000 years, implying thereby that eternal peace would reign.  Tibetan autonomy  vanished into thin air after signing the Panchasheela treaty. India became the first non-socialist country to recognize the Communist government after Mao Zedong seized power in late 1949 and Chiang Kai-shek fled to Taiwan. Nehru's ambassador to Beijing seemed more comfortable justifying China than conveying India’s concerns to Beijing. 

the Dalai Lama at Karpo Pass on March 28, three days before reaching sanctuary in the free zone of India. His flight began on March 17, 1959
The supreme art of war, according to Sun Tzu, is to subdue the enemy without fighting. Communism captured Tibet purely through Psychological warfare.
OSS in Tibet - Videos


The properties in Tibet handed over to China at a reasonable price are (1) 12 rest houses (2) the postal, telegraph and public telephone services together with their equipment operated by the Government of India in Tibet Region of China (3) all lands used or occupied by the Government of India other than the lands within its Trade Agency compound walls at Yatung. 

The same day, through an exchange of letters, India gave up her extra territorial rights in Tibet such the military escorts in Gyantse and Yatung; post offices, telegraph and telephone services and 12 rest houses.


The Book Tibet: An Unfinished Story By Lezlee Brown Halper, Stefan Halper

The book Reminiscences of the Nehru Age by MO Mathai

Images from an Independent Tibet -

Across Tibet from India to China -

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Why war with China is inevitable?

The reason is not to regain land or ego. It is for saving India and South East Asia from a devastation. The way in which China invented and spread the virus all over the world shows that the Communism is evil. Their paid intellectuals device strategies to achieve their goals by whatever means possible. There is no emotional barrier. There is ethical boundary. Leon Trotsky said - The end may justify the means as long as there is something that justifies the end. Eventually, it is the victors who re-write history.

India has to occupy Tibet before the Monsoon fury starts? If Democrats win the November elections then China and Pakistan will become more stronger and vengeful than ever. This is the only golden opportunity to evict the Chinese from Tibet.
All Himalayan rivers originate from Tibet. Tibet is known as the Water Tower of Asia. Is is the source of 10 major Asian river systems flowing into Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Burma, Bangladesh etc. China has constructed huge dams across all rivers, at a height of several km above sea level. These dams are causing severe drought in summer and sudden flash floods during rainy season. 

The Zangmu Dam (510 MW ) that is situated a few kms from the bhutan-India border can store 86 Million Cubic Meter (MCM) water at a height of 4,500 meters above sea level (14,800 feet). The energy that can be released from this dam is so hugeThe downstream regions in Assam and Bihar are suffering because of Chinese dams in Himalayas. The amount of energy stored in these waters is so huge.

Most of the Tibetan plateau lies above 14,000 feet. Tibet is the source of many rivers, which over 2 billion people depend upon. Since 1959, Over 80% of their forests have been destroyed, trees removed and large amount nuclear and toxic waste have been disposed of in Tibet.
All dams in Tibet are like time bombs. Opening shutters during monsoon means sudden flash floods. If China releases water during monsoon, then the attention of army will get diverted to flood hit areas for relief operations. The worst flood in Kerala happened in 2018 because of the sudden opening of shutters of all dams at the time of heavy rain

Communists used Corona as a bio-weapon. There is great possibility that China may use dam-weapon too against India.

India must evict all Chinese from Tibet before this rainy season and before the US presidential election
A full fledged war means fight at all levels including boycotting the Chinese made products. Keep a watch on urban naxals and guard the Chicken neck corridor in Siliguri. Naxalism started from here with the intention of disconnecting NE from the mainland.

Kerala Floods 2018

Chinese make all kinds of excuses to evade. They make treaties that are convenient and useful for them alone. They took India for a ride by entering into meaningless border pacts which India foolishly believed when they were not worth the paper on which they were written!  The pact  to avoid the use of weapons is actually a Chinese strategy.   Chinese knew very that use of guns can increase the Chinese causalities. China uses covert warfare. They introduced the lab made corona virus covertly and claimed virus is having natural origin. China is doing a covert warfare with bio weapons. India has to prevent their dam-weapon in the coming monsoon. The dams constructed by the Chinese are so dangerous for the existence of SE Asia. This explains why a quick war with China is inevitable now? Kurukshetra war lasted only 18 days.

Tibetan Autonomy means the dragon has to be tamed

For tens of thousands of years India (including Tibet) had a natural well established Himalayan defense. Tibet was under rule of King of Kashmir who agreed to join India on October 1948. The entire Tibet was part of his Kingdom.  All postal stamps date back to 1818 shows Tibet was part of Kashmir.

Throughout the first five decades of the 20th century, Tibet’s envoys traveled on passports issued by the Tibetan foreign office. Tibet’s independence were recognized by Kuomintang. During the period of the civil war, Mao also acknowledged the alien status of Tibet.

Mongolia concluded a formal bilateral treaty with Tibet in 1913. Nepal had also concluded treaties with Tibet and maintained an Ambassador in Lhasa. When Nepal applied for the membership of the UN in 1949, if formally stated that it had independent diplomatic relations with UK, USA, India, Burma and Tibet. 

As early as 1903, the British signed what is known as the Lhasa Convention. The British enjoyed the rights and privileges granted by Tibet to them under that document till they left India. After the fall of the Manchus when the nationalist government of China invited Nepal and Tibet to join China, both of them refused. In WW2, to sustain its neutrality Tibet consistently declined passage through its territory to the allied forces and material to aid China. 

In 1947, India had a strong presence in Tibet with a full-fledged Mission in Lhasa and Indian trade marts managed by Agents posted in Gyantse, Yatung (near the Sikkim border) and Gartok (Western Tibet). These Agents were entitled to a military escort. The Post and Telegraph Service, a chain of rest-houses and the principality of Minsar (near Mt Kailash) were also under the Indian Government’s control.

In 1949, Chairman Mao offered to build roads and bridges free of cost in Tibet. It was a bait. These infrastructure was used to transport Chinese army men in disguise into the plateau. 

Soon after the Chinese overran Tibet, Nehru and Krishna Menon started talking in public that India and China had lived in peace for 3,000 years, implying thereby that eternal peace would reign.
China swallowed Tibet, and India swallowed the Panchsheel tranquilizer
Vice President Hamid Ansari was welcomed to China for celebration of the 60th anniversary of Panchsheel Treaty (which we should have been diplomatically ashamed to attend), by an incursion into Indian territory in Ladakh. Ansari was also honored with a cartographic display of Chinese maps showing Arunachal Pradesh in China.

Vajpayee's visit to China in February 1979 was abruptly cut short, when China chose that exact occasion to attack Vietnam. China was defeated in that short war.

Five Fingers of Tibet strategy - When Tibet was occupied, Mao Zedong said, Tibet is the palm and we will go after the five fingers. The first finger is Ladakh. The other four are Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh.

Now time has come when all forcible lands must be freed from the Treacherous Communists.

US has now a bigger say to ask China vacate Tibet - as official bill is vetting in US Congress to declare Tibet as sovereign and free Country.

The Chinese military exists only in paper even though China has the latest infrastructure and more ammunition. China has not won a war in the last 300 years. The human wave attack was destroyed by the Vietnamese in 1979. Even in 1962, the Chinese troops reached till Tezpur, but were trapped in freezing winter without logistics and supply lines from the China. Realizing the danger, the Chinese unilaterally called for a ceasefire and retreated. Our leaders boasted it as a victory for their diplomacy. During WWII, Nazis were also trapped in stalingrad and the Soviets chased them till Berlin.
The Chinese giant has a stark military asymmetry over India. A full fledged war means fight at all levels including boycotting the Chinese made products. Keep a watch on urban naxals and guard the Chicken neck corridor in Siliguri. Naxalism started from were with the intention of disconnecting NE from the mainland.
China is controlling the waters in all rivers originating from Tibet. In war time, China may open the shutters of all dams and this can devastate vast areas downstream in the NE, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Vietnam. The Communist government in Kerala opened shutters of all dams during the 2018 Monsoon, resulting in the Worst flood. If India cannot make peace with China now then a full blown war is inevitable. Take control of the entire Tibet within a short time. The war must be over before the Monsoon Rains start.

Monday, June 15, 2020

Chinese Deceptive Strategies

The 36 deceptive strategies of Chinese Guru Sun Tzu
Mao says When the enemy advances, we retreat; when the enemy camps, we harass; when the enemy tires, we attack; when the enemy retreats, we pursue

Why CCP is so desperate?
  • China's ponzi economic scheme is crumbling fast
  • The debt trapped nations have become like a cornered prey and have started to fight back. See stratagem #16
  • The belt road has failed to attract investments. No sensible person likes to invest in a desert where only terrorists can survive
  • In future, Tiananmen Square like protests are possible in China. Xi cannot remain as chairman for his entire life like Mao Deng. Protests in HK are stronger.
  • The corona virus hoax has failed. The economy of many nations are broken. The foul play of liberals, democrats in USA, WHO (World Hoax Organizer), CCP  and deep state are exposed.
  • Now CCP is more concerned about the outcome US presidential election in November. If Dems win then China and Pakistan will become more stronger and vengeful than ever. If Trump wins then Corona virus will mutate into thin air.
  • The CCP leadership is now suffering from the Who Moved my Cheese Syndrome.
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Winning Strategies

1 - Use ordinary behavior to hide true intentions under the guise of common every day activities. Unusual behavior draws excessive unsolicited attention. It will mask your real goals, and eventually mislead.

Chinese proverb: Your mind is the emperor

2 - Identify the weakness of the enemy, psychologically weaken and distract his attention.

Chinese proverb: Whoever asks a question is a fool for five minutes, but whoever does not ask a question remains a fool forever. 

3 - Trick an ally into attacking the enemy, bribe an official to turn traitor. collaborate with a third party, or use the enemy’s own strength against him. The European colonialists used this strategy in all their engagements until WW2 and had even won wars without any fight.

Chinese proverb: If you don’t speculate, you can’t accumulate. 

The reason for split in Indian communist party was the war with China. The undivided CPI supported China, putting ideology above nation. he cunning CPI leader EMS Namboodiripad said : The Chinese had entered territory that they thought was theirs and hence there was no question of aggression as far as they were concerned. At the same time, the Indians were defending territory that they considered theirs and so they were not committing aggression either

4 - Encourage your enemy to expend his energy in futile quests while you conserve your strength. When he is exhausted and confused, you attack with full energy and purpose.

China used small nations like Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh against Indian interests. Pakistan was used to engage India in a continuous and devastating proxy war.

Chinese proverb: If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days of sorrow. 

5 - Loot a burning house. When a country is beset by internal conflicts, when disease and famine ravage the population, when corruption and crime are rampant, then it will be unable to deal with an outside threat. 

The NGOs and Maoists are all foreign funded. The lab made Corona virus has devastated the economy of many nations while the Chinese re-started their business. The conflict at Galwan, Ladakh was a premeditated and planned action by China against a nation that is battling the Covid pandemic. The Chinese are trying to loot a burning house.

Chinese proverb: Better do it than wish it done. 

6 - Feign an attack in the east, distract the enemy and then make a surprise attack in the west. Create an expectation in the enemy's mind through the use of a feint.

Chinese proverb: Take a second look it costs you nothing. 

Confrontation Strategies 

7 - Illusory truth effect or virtual reality.  Telling a lie a thousand times, long enough and loud enough, may create an illusion of truth. Create a mixture of reality and illusion to create the impression that something exists when it doesn’t like a scarecrow. It is based on procreative fabrication as well as exaggeration, and is similar to stratagem #20, #29.

The entire world is suffering due to the Corona hoax created by the liberal democrats of USA and CCP. Bio-terrorism is purely a media hoax. Germ agents alone cannot accomplish the mission of terrorists. The corona hoaxers established a micro engineered fear through a lab made virus. The details regarding the fear propagation was drafted during Event201 in October 2019. CCP blindly followed the guidelines given by their investors. The first lockdown happened in China. All other countries followed the Chinese model of Tyranny as per the advise given by  WHO (World Hoax Organizer). They simply renamed Corona to Covid with NO science. The disease is more mental than physical. All hospitals in the world got incentives from (?) for projecting Covid cases. Extra money was paid for ventilator usage. Understand that there are millions of viruses. There are many other diseases that are fatal.  Microbes exist as long as life exists in earth. No body can stop the forces of nature. People living in a virtual world within the smart phone failed to recognize the conspiracy. Also read

8 - Pretend to take one path, while sneaking down another. Attack the enemy with two convergent forces. The first is the direct attack, one that is obvious and for which the enemy prepares his defense. The second is the indirect, sinister attack, that the enemy does not expect and which causes him to divide his forces at the last minute leading to confusion and disaster.

Chinese proverb: To know the road ahead, ask those coming back. 

9 - Same as strategy #4. Start the war only and only if you are sure of winning it.

Chinese proverb: Patience is power because, with time and patience, even the mulberry leaf becomes silk. 

10 - Same as #1. Knife sheathed in a smile. Conceal the real intention behind a charming facade. Never appear competitive, but project an image of neutrality or even friendliness. The Panchasheela and Hindi Chini Bhai Bhai are perfect examples of Chinese treachery.

11 - Sacrifice the silver to keep the gold, in a similar way to going one step backwards in order to make two steps forward. Sacrifice a scapegoat. Sacrifice short-term objectives in order to gain the long-term goal.

Chinese proverb: Reshape one’s foot to fit it into a new shoe

12 - Be ready to exploit an opportunity when it presents itself. A crow has very keen eyesight and nothing goes unobserved. Also refer Vidyarthi pancha lakshanam Kaka drishti, bako dhyanam, shwan nidra, alpahari, grihatyagi

Be vigilant to to take advantage of any opportunity that arises, however small it may be. Be flexible so that one can transcend conventional thinking in order to recognize, adapt to and exploit the opportunities that come with unplanned circumstances arising quickly and unexpectedly. This is similar to the way that some breakthroughs in medicine have come about purely by accident like invention of penicillin, X-Ray etc.

Chinese proverb: One who waits for roast duck to fly into the mouth must wait a very, very long time. Take bold initiatives.

Attacking Strategies

13 - Frighten and startle the enemy to see how they will react. Do something unusual or unexpected and observe your opponent reactions. His behavior will reveal his strategy. The Chinese Muscle Flexing near Taiwan is a perfect example.

14 - Revive a method that has been discarded or forgotten about in the past, and use it for a new purpose.  similar to ~25

Chinese proverb: The one who plants the tree is not the one who enjoys the shade. 

15 - Same as #4. Entice the tiger to leave its den. It is better to entice an adversary to come out of his own turf. Never attack when the enemy is uphill and where his position is strong.

China push Pakistan into disastrous conflicts like Kargil war. 

Chinese proverb: Sit safely atop the mountain and watch the tigers fight. 

The Divide and Conquer policy of the British in India is a perfect example.

16 - In order to capture, one must let loose. carrot & stick policy. A Cornered prey will often mount a final desperate attack. A defeated adversary may surrender on terms, but will fight to death if captured.

Chinese proverb: Even a cornered rabbit will bite. 

17 - Use a small bait to catch a big fish. In war the bait is the illusion of an opportunity for gain. In life the bait is the illusion of wealth, power, and sex. Bait someone by making him believe he can gain something. Also refer #28.

Chinese proverb: Give someone a fish and it will be food for a day, but teach someone to fish and it will provide sustenance for a lifetime. 

The Chinese loans to smaller nations are in fact a bait to catch the prey. In 1950, Mao offered to build roads and bridges in Tibet. The same infrastructure was used to bring the Chinese army men in disguise into Tibet. China swallowed Tibet and politicians of India dispensed the Panchasheela Tranquilizer. At present there are hundred of small nations that are trapped under Chinese debt. The Chinese have infiltrated into all nations in the world.

18 - Defeat the enemy by capturing their chief. If the enemy's army is strong but is allied only to the commander then if the commander falls the rest of the army will disperse. If, however, they are allied to the leader through loyalty or patriotism then beware, the army can continue to fight on after his death out of vengeance.

Attack the core of the problem, which is more judicious than attacking its symptoms, saving many lives in battle. Alternative medicines or Holistic treatment advocates identifying the root cause rather than treating the symptoms alone like in allopathy.

Chinese proverb: Beat a demon to death or it will cause endless calamity. 

The Chinese used this stratagem in the Galwan Valley face-off on 15th June. The Chinese troops had attacked commanding officer of the Bihar regiment Colonel Santosh Babu, leading to a bloody scuffle.

unfavorable conditions

Chaos Strategies 

19 - Remove the firewood under the cooking pot. Eliminate the source of your enemy’s strength by undermining foundation. USA uses embargo to weaken rivals. 

20 - Fishing in disturbed waters. Do not attack a strong adversary but wait until unanticipated issues disturb and distract it, making it vulnerable. A distracted enemy is thus more vulnerable.

Chinese proverb: Those in the game are blind to what is happening outside

21 - Make false appearances to mislead the enemy. 

22 - Shut the door to catch the thief. An enemy once captured should not be allowed to escape. Bring the battle to conclusion and leave no room for your enemy to strike back. Lesson for India. India released  70K Pak PoWs  after the 1971 war unconditionally

Chinese proverb: The one who knows when enough is enough will always have enough. 

23 - Befriend a distant state while attacking a neighbor. It is known that nations that border each other become enemies while nations separated by distance and obstacles make better allies. 

Chinese proverb: To meet an old friend in a distant country is like the delight of rain after a long drought. 

24 - Use the resources of an external collaborator to assail a common adversary. 

Advancement Strategies

25 - Replace the beams with rotten timbers. Similar to #14.

26 - Point at the mulberry and curse the locust.
Chinese proverb: Before you beat a dog find out who its master is. 

27 - Lure your opponent into underestimating your ability until, overconfident, he drops his guard. Then you may attack. When you are strong, pretend to be weak so your foes will not take you seriously. Hide behind the mask of a fool, a drunk, or a madman to create confusion. Appearing to know too much, and to be too clever, can draw unwanted attention from an adversary.

Chinese proverb: Be prepared to be a pig if you wish to eat the tiger. 

28 - Remove the ladder when the enemy has ascended to the roof. Cross the river and then destroy the bridge. Lure your enemy with baits and deceptions into treacherous terrain, then trap him by cutting off the escape routes.

Chinese proverb: One can’t expect both sides of a sugar cane to be equally sweet. 

29 - Use disguise to make something of no value appear valuable, something harmless look dangerous, and something useless seem useful.

Chinese proverb: A cloth is not woven from a single thread.

30 - Make the host and the guest exchange roles. Befriend your enemies by working with them and learning from them. Initially, pretend to be a guest to infiltrate the enemy's camp under the guise of cooperation, surrender, or peace treaties. In this way you can discover his weakness and then, when the enemy's guard is relaxed, strike directly at the source of his strength. If you cannot defeat them, join them. For in joining them one can partake and share, make truces, and acquire know how from them whilst simultaneously observing their weaknesses, and then when strong enough take control. 

A guest can first get a foot in the door (or some kind of foothold) from which an advance can be made towards eventually becoming the host. It is similar to an apprentice who eventually becomes a CEO for the same company. 

Chinese proverb: Politics makes strange bedfellows 

Desperate Strategies

31 - The tender trap, Honey trap or beauty trap. The commander becomes so enamored with the beauty that he neglects his duties and his vigilance starts to wane. This can destroy the morale of the team. In ancient wars, beautiful women were sent to commanders as a sex-trap, in order to cause them to make mistakes and to spread discord.

Chinese proverb: Fools judge people by the presents they give them. 

32 - The Empty Fort Strategy is about not showing your fear or concern. Act calm when your enemy expects you to be tense. Appear willing and ready to fight, in such a way that makes the enemy suspect it’s a trap or ambush.

Chinese proverbHumility is a good thing, but over-humility is near to crookedness; silence is a virtue, but undue silence bespeaks a deceitful mind

33 - Rather than capture the spies, use the spies to spread misinformation and sow discord. Spread suspicion and mistrust among adversaries, so they become preoccupied with settling their internal discord and thus become vulnerable. 

Chinese proverb: The wise make their own decisions while the ignorant follow public opinion. 

34 - Sometimes it pays to play the role of victim by pretending to be injured. 

Chinese proverb: An injury is sooner forgotten than an insult. 

35 - Never rely on a single strategy. In important matters one should use several strategies and keep different plans operating in an overall scheme. Plan A, Plan B, Plan C etc. 

Chinese proverb: If a string has one end, then it has another end.

36 - Run away to fight another day. If it becomes obvious that your current course of action will lead to defeat then retreat and regroup. When your side is losing there are only three choices remaining: surrender, compromise, or escape. Surrender is complete defeat, compromise is half defeat, but escape is not defeat. As long as you are not defeated, you still have a chance. 

If all else fails, retreat - Don’t fight a losing battle.

Sama, Dana, Bheda and Danda is the age old Indian philosophy. Force has to be used as a last resort
An African proverb - Every morning in Africa, when a gazelle wakes up, it knows that it must run faster than the fastest lion or it will be killed. Every morning when a lion wakes up, it knows that it must outrun the slowest gazelle or it will be starved to death. It doesn’t matter whether you are a lion or a gazelle: when the sun comes up, you’d better be running either to acquire dinner or to avoid becoming dinner.

Deception is used offensively by predators/parasites and defensively by preys/hosts. Before hunting, a lion or tiger tries to dupe the prey and turn gentle and inoffensive. Parasites like leeches have an anesthetic in their salivary secretions. This is the harmless model in which predators or parasites pretends to be honorable, thus deluding the prey or host. 

Ladakh is more contentious than the Kashmir valley mainly because of the rich mineral resources and the so captivating natural beauty. The communists used Pakistan as a proxy so far.