/desi/ /देसी/ /دیسی/ /ދެސި/ /দেশি/ /દેશી/ /ದೇಶಿ/ /ദേശി/ /දේශිය/ /ଦେଶୀ/ /ਦੇਸੀ/ /தேசி/ /దేశీయుడు/ /དེསི/: Reminder the rest of the subcontinent are mere pawns in the grand scheme of the Gujjews :^) edition
“There are some who question the relevance of space activities in a developing nation. To us, there is no ambiguity of purpose...we are convinced that if we are to play a meaningful role nationally, and in the community of nations, we must be second to none in the application of advanced technologies to the real problems of man and society” ― Vikram Sarabhai
Just keep this fucking thread alive please. No death just mercy bumps ;_;7
invited: Indians + Pakistanis + Nepalis + Sri Lankans + Bhutanese + Bangladeshis + Maldivians + Afghans (if they want) + Diaspora and people with desi blood like Afro-Carib-Indians or whatever + gypsies and other PAWNS of the Guju schemes :^)
not invited: bullies
>not invited: bullies
Dalits are invited then?
Anyway, I barely post in your threads so I'll try to induce a conversation
Tell me about life in America in general and as a subcontinental. Do you live in a locality full of brownies?
Used to live in a locality full of brownies yes, then we moved out to a more white but, still somewhat diverse neighborhood. Life in America honestly varies depending on where you live. Where I live it's fine, always interesting stuff to do but, I live in the NY so it just has that advantage over other places
>be a Hindu named SIDDHARTHA of all names
>convert to *slam
>Join isis and shoot people in the back of the head whilst chatting nonsense on a video
can't make this shit up
>meanwhile shitposting in /desi/ by mlecchas goes unchalleneged
shit is real for the brown man these days ;_;
>life in America in general
From what my uncle and cousins who lived in America were saying, it's easier just to form a little Paki/Indian community in Murricunt because of the availability of space and distance between towns, people just live and let live and keep to their own. The community they lived in where Hyderabadis so they were typically-high-aspiration/high-class/affluent (by western standards) and though my uncle is Punjabi (kids are chink race-mixed though) they got influenced into also aiming high in life.
>tfw will never be a cornershop owner listening to these tracks on the radio shortchanging customers
ISIS are shitstains but what is always conveniently left out is how these types never appear by coincidence, there's usually a series of events that leads to these fuckers appearing. In the case of ISIS, it was the vacuum that was left by Saddam and Qaddafi.
Not directly, but whatever these ISIS bastards do is working in the interests of the western powers undoubtedly, they have always wanted that region to remain unstable, divided and weak so that Pissrael can thrive. British used the same tactic to sneak into India and keep her divide against herself by getting the various factions to war against each other. I'm surprised /desi/ people still don't see the pattern but then we are bit dumb I suppose.
Converting to Islam is one thing but converting straight to terrorism holy shit
>yfw you hear her voice
Hina Rabbani Khar
>>yfw you hear her voice
best part m8
haven't worn nikes since i was in school, and what does the country a piece of tech designed in matter any more?
i didn't say either America or Britain should be singled out, it was the actions of a globalist elite who don't really recognise borders anyway. the same globalists who are now letting millions of those Iraqis and Syrians into Europe. when will people understand?
It's nothing to do with the religion. ISIS could have been Buddhist or Christian and they would have turned out the same way. Religion is just a smokescreen that the media uses to make everything 'us vs. them'.
Geopolitical shit like the Iraq war happens because of resources and elites wanting control, nothing to do with religion other than very superficially.
>ISIS could have been Buddhist or Christian and they would have turned out the same way.
Look at any of the christian-led militias in Africa, or the buddhist terrorists in SE Asia. Nothing to do with religion. People will undoubtedly use religion as a pretext, but are you going to be dumb enough to take them at their word?
yes but what religious justification is there in the Pitakas of Buddhism to engage in violence against non-Buddhists for example? Clearly there si a bit of a difference in motivation between Buddhist terrorists in SEA adn ISIS.
I remember reading some quote about how if a religious justification did not exist, people would either twist what was already there or just invent it.
The motivation is always political control and resources. Similarly, the usual reason for 2 warring parties to reconcile is also political control and resources.
>just invent it
see this is the fundamental difference
Jesus and Buddha don't give anyone directions to violently deal with non-adherents of their respective religions. If their followers choose to violently deal with it, its the fault of the followers not necessarily of the doctrine.
With Islam on the other hand,its almost in reverse.
>Jesus and Buddha don't give anyone directions to violently deal
If I had the time, I could easily find evidence to prove you wrong. Jesus clearly did mention violence at several points btw. He didn't always advocate peace as we are led to believe. Sorry m8 but I've got better things to do, especially when you're that naive that you think people will not go to lengths to start wars over the 'us vs. them' thing simply in order to gain political control and resources.
Why do most Pakis hate Indians. Ive read about the war and it seems like India has the moral highground over Pakistanis. It seems like Indians are peaceful folks compared to the average Pakistani.
i don't hate Indians, we should stop fighting them and shit, what the fuck year do people think this is, 1946? why are we still getting divided and ruled?
>everyone should be idle enough to refute me and educate me because i'm dumb
okay but still no
My point is that followers of islam are more prone to religiously-inspired violence than of other religions.
Your point is that all religions are equally prone, and that all wars are only fought over resources and politics.
Islam had a concept of self-defence and protecting the oppressed from the start which has been twisted by ISIS types to allow for endless and unjustified war
Other religions may have been less explicit about self-defence, but they will all have 'loopholes' to allow violence in the 'appropriate' situation. So I don't buy your general point.
Even then, why do Kashmiris want to a apart of a country with some of the worst cases of corruption and government thugery. Indias parliamentary system has always represented the rights of minorities, theres even antidiscrimimation laws for the dalit community and India has seen the largest reduction in corruption. Why would you want to be on a sinking ship like Pakistan where most businesses are controlled by cartels and criminal organisations.
>Islam had a concept of self-defence
Then how did the early muslims conquer Iran, North Africa, the dying Byzantine empire etc etc?
Did all those countries just convert because of the superior theology?
>why do Kashmiris want to a apart of a country with some of the worst cases of corruption and government thugery.
They want to be independent
They believe there is no democratic mandate for them to be in India.
>every religion has a violent aspect to it
What is the violent aspect of Jainism for example? I don't think the Pitakas of Buddhism have any justification for things like war or killing people.
Jains have no problem with violence for self defense.
Dont you get it? All ISIS thinks is that they must defend themselves against the western devils?
People always twist violence as a necessity for defending themselves, whether it be true or not.
I used to think we would have been better off together. But now, not really. It was a net gain. Our government is messed up but then so are most governments in the current age.
>What about the Muslims who chose to stay in India after the partition?
They're scattered all over India
If they get some strong hold they'll unleash their evil. They don't have much options but living in peace
Yeah making Yazidi women into slaves is self defense.
Yes centuries of active Islamic conquest, has been in self-defense.
Yes the violent persecution of apostates, dhimmis and so on, is all self defense.
>can be manipulated
and I'm saying the job is far easier in Islam than in say Buddhism or Jainism.
On the one hand you have who the muslims believe to be the most perfect person going around conquering the arabean pagans and giving violent orders.
On the other you have Mahavira saying 'really don't do violence, sweep the floor in case you step on bugs and don't eat root vegetables because microorganisms, if someone is physically striking at you, then you can defend yourself if you're not a monk'.
"I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them"
>j-just self d-d-d-defense
no taqqiya here my man
This 2bh. Additionally, Islam was born in a place full of people constantly killing each other. Islam became a carrier of that culture.
Christianity was cured from within but in Islam that is not possible because of crab culture. Islam can be cured only externally. Though considering their population, it's not practically possible without authoritarianism.
Allah's Apostle said, "I have been ordered to fight the people till they say: 'None has the right to be worshipped but Allah'. And if they say so, pray like our prayers, face our Qibla and slaughter as we slaughter, then their blood and property will be sacred to us and we will not interfere with them except legally
Why were the lyrics in early Hindi films so based, especially when compared to the present bollywood music industry? The songs were like poems.
Who /hungover/ here?
Well fuck you too then
What was his deal? Did Nehru really tried to cuck him out of India?
Shits a rush and a half chaudhry
Naw you must have mixed me up with the swedish guy
anons living outside of india
How big is your Indian community in your area
>Sanjay killed in an accident
Sweet karma. Ab inse kab chutkara milega?
solution to all of India's problems is the ethnic cleansing of Bihar. Darjeeling master race.
Because there aren't enough of us Pakis are taking part
>self righteous hinpoos forgetting the fact that they mass genocided the previous inhabitants of india
>le moozie r vioelnt xD
pot calling kettle black. but in this case pot and kettle calling us black because all u indian are kaalay phudday lmao
Post pics of your window.
>this is the second story window.
Normally I don't do this things but I am drunk. I just want to say I love India so much. I hate people making fun of you. Fuck them. You are great cute country. I love you all. I will one day visit India and take the longest train route in whole India for enjoying scenery and local not known towns too. Not just Mumbai or Delhi or Taj Mahal.
Iife as a Nihilist Defeatist is far easier.
I remember one of my highschool teachers telling me I shouldn't be so into everything that happens around me, that life as a spectator's POV's far enjoyable because there are so many camera angles you can switch and watch it from.
I've just been to darjeeling
It was shit, only a step lower than delhi in terms of shit
Sikkim was miles better but niggers from bengal/bihar are flocking for whatever reason and ruining it
I spent some time in Bodhgaya, Bihar. A wonderful place. Kerala wasn't bad either. Nepal is my favorite, though.
Re Islam being a bad religion, it needn't be this or that way. Religions don't kill people, people kill people. And anyway ISIS is a Mossad/CIA/Mi6 operation. To continue with the idea, the people at the top, Rothschilds or whomever, needn't be inherently bad. What would you do if you were born in an occult finance dynasty? It's not easy to change your ways when you've been brought up into a certain role.
Now that that Western civilization is collapsing, I think you Indians could do your share of salvaging what's worth salvaging of it. The Scholastic tradition, Aristotle and all that, was in many ways the pinnacle of it. A lot of the "smart" vocabulary in English comes from there.
But it should be married with the Indian tradition. Sanskrit is a most precious gem, and the Buddhist philosophy of Nagarjuna is priceless. The Tibetans still hold that tradition, and if I were Indian I'd pay attention to them. I have a book on Indian Logic by Scherbatsky. There's a lot of similarities to Scholastic stuff. Two important words are "genus" and "species", whence "general" and "special". Mathematically, it's lattice theory.
Cheers from Finland!
This is what Europeans once looked like. Proudly intellectual, academic and eager to learn about the civilisations and cultures of the world. Would bro-up with you on a trip through the Orient any day.
You should have it easy in Britain, with many Eastern traditions represented. Helps with doing your homework before embarking. If you go blindly, nowadays you'll find many people who just want your money.
>Are you the same Finn whose sister is getting Bihari'd?
Fuckoff cunt! She's having a good time while earning tons of money. Nice being an NRI with a Finnish passport.
>half Malayali and half Finnish.
Didn't you say that you were half Panjabi?
I like Arhar/toor, kaali dal and masoor dal. Not a big fan of mung dal, urad dal, chane ki dal and lobia.
Don't mind me, just posting a superior qt politician.
>mfw I found out that she is the daughter of Sushil Kumar Shinde