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El Sidd

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India and Indians know their enemy in Pakistan.

Pakistan and Pakistanis believe they have no enemies in this world and beyond.

Big difference
 

WinterFangs

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Bro the amount of Indians licking Israel’s *** in every YouTube live or comment section about gaza is mind blowing istg. They care more about Israel than their own people it’s actually funny af, meanwhile most Israelis think India is a sewage of a country lmao.
 

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I was viewing few videos on yt and it did shock me a little that while India is infested with Bengal coronavirus, Indians are celebrating massacre and genocide of Palestinians by Israeli terrorists. Meanwhile, Pakistanis are sending aid, oxygen and ambulances to India.
 

El Sidd

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Yeah. Pakistanis believe China is their friend.

- PRTP GWD
China employs state media to indoctrinate 1.5bn people that Pakistan and Pakistanis are their friend.

Pakistan let Chinese actions do the talking to form opinions about them.

It is a fair relationship based on mutual recognition and respect.

Meanwhile China also calmly educates her population that India is a colonial scheme of the British.

You have lesser odds than Ghaznavi when he decided to travel Eastwards.
 

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On November 7, 1864, businessman David Sassoon, founding father of the Sassoon business dynasty, died in Pune, India. The trading empire he created spanned the globe, from what is now Mumbai on the western coast of India, via Shanghai and Hong Kong in China, all the way to London, England. It dominated world commerce in a number of commodities – most significantly opium – over the second half of the 19th century.
Sassoon was born in Baghdad in 1832 to Saleh Sassoon, a businessman and leader of that city’s Jewish community (the clan claimed descent from a Spanish family, the Ibn Shoshans). When David Sassoon, who like his father served as treasurer to the governors of Baghdad, clashed with one of them, Daud Pasha, he moved his family to Persia in 1826, and then to Bombay by 1832.
Sassoon initially owned a counting house and a carpet warehouse, but soon began trading in everything he could, including, most profitably, opium. When China’s emperor tried to outlaw the drug, which cut a wide swathe of destruction through the population of the country’s coastal regions, the British responded with war. The result was the 1842 Treaty of Nanking, which earned the United Kingdom a free hand in selling opium in China.
Sassoon established a triangle of trade, bringing Indian opium and cotton to China, where he received silver, tea and silk in exchange. He then carried these products to England for sale. Finished products from Britain, as well as cash, were then brought back to India where they were used to buy more opium. By the 1870s, David Sassoon had come to dominate the trade of opium to China, having pushed the British firm Jardine Matheson and the “Parsi” traders of Bombay out of the business.



and indians love israel
 

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