Traitors are part of Indian blood

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  • Re: Traitors are part of Indian blood

    by » 3 years ago


    Which world are you in.Please wake up. Stop writing under hallucination. 


  • Re: Traitors are part of Indian blood

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    vijay wrote:

    Which world are you in.Please wake up. Stop writing under hallucination. 

    If gaining points is the only aim and you have lot of time, what else would you do?  

     

     

     


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  • Re: Traitors are part of Indian blood

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    Pakistan still remains a real entity. It is not cowed down and one surgical strike has no meaning. Riussia continues its military exercise with Pak and USA has not condemned Pak. China is on their side. Where is the isolation for Pak?


  • Re: Traitors are part of Indian blood

    by » 3 years ago


    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:
    vijay wrote:

    Which world are you in.Please wake up. Stop writing under hallucination. 

    If gaining points is the only aim and you have lot of time, what else would you do?  

    A members participation must be appreciated and comments like he has lots of time are not the best way forward.

     


  • Re: Traitors are part of Indian blood

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    MG Singh wrote:

    Pakistan still remains a real entity. It is not cowed down and one surgical strike has no meaning. Riussia continues its military exercise with Pak and USA has not condemned Pak. China is on their side. Where is the isolation for Pak?

    That is not entirely true, the Us has time and again condemned Pakistan for its lack of action against terror groups and Russia has said it is not on the side of Pakistan, and it is only China that has not taken a firm stand. With all that I still feel that we shd looking out for the support or approval of other countries and chalk out our own strategy since it is a issue that only we can solve,..


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  • Re: Traitors are part of Indian blood

    by » 3 years ago


    MG Singh wrote:
    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:
    vijay wrote:

    Which world are you in.Please wake up. Stop writing under hallucination. 

    If gaining points is the only aim and you have lot of time, what else would you do?  

    A members participation must be appreciated and comments like he has lots of time are not the best way forward.

    The forum is like a negotiating platform. In order to come to a meaningful conclusion members are required to move away from their initial stated positions. It is the first characteristics of a negotiation process / discussion process. he not only acts in a rigid manner but goes to any length to stick to his point by exaggerations etc. The dialog gets stuck. It is therefore that some of us want a more flexible attitude to be adopted which enlivens the discussion. anyone who presents an alternate view is to be condemned as traitor etc. is very unfair and that is why impression is that collection of points is the only aim. he is your ardent supporter and good to know you support him, but also counsel him. We want lively discussions not monologues.

     

     

     


  • Re: Traitors are part of Indian blood

    by » 3 years ago


    Traitors can not be exclusive to Indian blood. It is a negative trait which can engulf any human and can lure your personal or non valuable desires over national interest. We have enough evidences in History indicating that. A lot has to do with social and economic scenario also. Many fall prey of this under several situations- may be social, religious, political, financial.  For example in today's time, youths fall in the trap of terrorism  ( a traitor) owing to his social, religious and financial background. They are fed with religious venom. On the other hands many politicians and others talk against the national interest for their personal interest and political mileage.


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  • Re: Traitors are part of Indian blood

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    MG Singh wrote:
    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:
    vijay wrote:

    Which world are you in.Please wake up. Stop writing under hallucination. 

    If gaining points is the only aim and you have lot of time, what else would you do?  

    A members participation must be appreciated and comments like he has lots of time are not the best way forward.

    In fact it was the member himself who had made this point once earlier (when similar issues were raised) that he had plenty of time on his hand , so he posted as he wanted.


    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Traitors are part of Indian blood

    by » 3 years ago


    vijay wrote:
    MG Singh wrote:
    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:
    vijay wrote:

    Which world are you in.Please wake up. Stop writing under hallucination. 

    If gaining points is the only aim and you have lot of time, what else would you do?  

    A members participation must be appreciated and comments like he has lots of time are not the best way forward.

    The forum is like a negotiating platform. In order to come to a meaningful conclusion members are required to move away from their initial stated positions. It is the first characteristics of a negotiation process / discussion process. he not only acts in a rigid manner but goes to any length to stick to his point by exaggerations etc. The dialog gets stuck. It is therefore that some of us want a more flexible attitude to be adopted which enlivens the discussion. anyone who presents an alternate view is to be condemned as traitor etc. is very unfair and that is why impression is that collection of points is the only aim. he is your ardent supporter and good to know you support him, but also counsel him. We want lively discussions not monologues.

    India is a yet a free country and so is the spirit of man. A member has a right to be rigid and represent his view. Anybody can simply ignore his comments, but to insist he negeotiate his views is not the best way. Hitler and Stalin had rigidity and they NEVER comromised.Whats wrong with that?

     


  • Re: Traitors are part of Indian blood

    by » 3 years ago


    MG Singh wrote:
    vijay wrote:
    MG Singh wrote:
    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:
    vijay wrote:

    Which world are you in.Please wake up. Stop writing under hallucination. 

    If gaining points is the only aim and you have lot of time, what else would you do?  

    A members participation must be appreciated and comments like he has lots of time are not the best way forward.

    The forum is like a negotiating platform. In order to come to a meaningful conclusion members are required to move away from their initial stated positions. It is the first characteristics of a negotiation process / discussion process. he not only acts in a rigid manner but goes to any length to stick to his point by exaggerations etc. The dialog gets stuck. It is therefore that some of us want a more flexible attitude to be adopted which enlivens the discussion. anyone who presents an alternate view is to be condemned as traitor etc. is very unfair and that is why impression is that collection of points is the only aim. he is your ardent supporter and good to know you support him, but also counsel him. We want lively discussions not monologues.

    India is a yet a free country and so is the spirit of man. A member has a right to be rigid and represent his view. Anybody can simply ignore his comments, but to insist he negeotiate his views is not the best way. Hitler and Stalin had rigidity and they NEVER comromised.Whats wrong with that?

    A member can express his views. If the other members differ, Either they should suggest a better way or they should ignore. There is no use of making the Forums a battle field.

     


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