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  1. The Indian military, like Western militaries,...

    The Indian military, like Western militaries, operate under the rules imposed by the GoI. A long time ago during the Kargil War, Indian forum posters were arguing with me that Indian military actions...
  2. The Indian military, like Western militaries,...

    The Indian military, like Western militaries, operate under the rules imposed by the GoI. A long time ago during the Kargil War, Indian forum posters were arguing with me that Indian military actions...
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    Let's get some perspective here. Before the...

    Let's get some perspective here. Before the 1920s, 95% of the earth's population lived in proverty and even more were illiterate. All those people with the knowledge of navigation and civil...
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    We, allies, don't really have a choice. None of...

    We, allies, don't really have a choice. None of us, even combined, have the CPU power, the databases, and the co-ordination of the US and if we want to reach outside of our national borders to effect...
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    That line was already crossed in 2016 when Trump...

    That line was already crossed in 2016 when Trump asked for Clinton emails from the Russians on National TV. The Russians got nothing in return other than a useful idiot which strategically meant a...
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    Exactly that. Intent. Since there is no legal...

    Exactly that. Intent.

    Since there is no legal definition of collusion, we have to rely on https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/collusion

    There is no such thing as an agreement of one and,...
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    I'm always reminded when anytime someone mentions...

    I'm always reminded when anytime someone mentions walks, quacks, looks like a duck scenario. If it is all those things, then it is most likely a duck ... unless it is a decoy. This is intel we're...
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    Joe, I'm confused. Foreign interference is...

    Joe,

    I'm confused. Foreign interference is nothing new. France's Anybody But Carter Campaign. And most infamously the Jewish lobby. How are those any different from Trump?
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    Third party relay. The guy who sent the email...

    Third party relay. The guy who sent the email knows a guy who had dirt on Clinton. At no time did the direct parties in contact knew exactly what that dirt was.

    Most certainly but is it illegal?...
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    That those meetings took place is without a...

    That those meetings took place is without a doubt. That those Russians were involved in any actions affecting the election is in doubt. That those meetings were illegal is also in doubt or at least...
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    What is a "national consciousness or psyche?" It...

    What is a "national consciousness or psyche?" It is nothing more than mob memory. Books don't have emotions. Buildings don't have emotions. Land doesn't have emotions. And the mob on Bastille Day...
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    It's a sad day when a mod takes away an old man's...

    It's a sad day when a mod takes away an old man's only jollies.
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    There is no such thing as a national...

    There is no such thing as a national consciousness or psyche. It is the conditioning of individuals with an upbringing that reflects that culture. In the end, it is the people, individual human...
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    In what sense? Militarily, the strategic balance...

    In what sense? Militarily, the strategic balance tilted even further to the British and the Canada side. That balance will not tilt towards the US until after the American Civil War. Industrially,...
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    Now who is cherry picking. The US declared war...

    Now who is cherry picking. The US declared war thinking the British and the Canadas were unprepared. The operational objectives was the conquest of the Canadas with 3 invasion armies. At the end of...
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    He doesn't follow history very well. Of all the...

    He doesn't follow history very well. Of all the nuclear confrontations between the US and the USSR, it was Moscow, not Washington DC who backed down. The US will not be suckered into someone else's...
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    Are you suggesting everyone is measuring their...

    Are you suggesting everyone is measuring their dicks by their military parades? Everybody else does it, including the Poles and Dutch. Again, even our Guards march on 1 July and 4 July. We may have a...
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    Only if you measure your history from 1776 on....

    Only if you measure your history from 1776 on. Before then, the British/American Colonies had their share of humilating defeats and being driven back by the First Nations. Not to mention distastrous...
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    That was not the point I was trying to make. The...

    That was not the point I was trying to make. The point was that the French sees tanks no differently than we see F18s. To the French (and the rest of the world), tanks on Bastille Day, is a sign of...
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    That's because of big bodies of water. Not our...

    That's because of big bodies of water. Not our military prowess. Even then, Britain was conquered when she didn't have a navy. Even then, we have faced severe humiliating military defeats. In my...
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