how much longer before India overtakes America as the world's sole superpower?
Despite regular meetings and joint military training, the United States and India are not allies in any formal sense. India was officially unaligned in the Cold War but kept close relations with the Soviet Union — and the United States backed arch-rival Pakistan. But there is a slow yet historic realignment underway.
Ohhhhh, Kapreet... Kapreet, Kapreet, Kapreet.
Your to old to be having crazy imaginations champ.
In fact, I think you're old enough to shit on the beach alone now that I think about it.
Well, if you simply increase your budget 20-fold, and get caught up on the technologies, maybe 200-300 years?
currynigger superpower. great joke. rajit worked as descriped. yes rajid know what to do. yes rajit says always yes, even if he no nothing. Now Rajid will go to designeted shitting street to show how beautiful his country is.
Maybe when the masses decide that men shitting in the street is more impressive than men walking on the moon.
>poo in loo
>overtakes anyone in anything than shitting on streets
>loo has 18 times more corvettes than usa
what the fuck?
When they learn how to use a toilet.
they are constantly putting water on it to wash the poo away don't worry
the problem with a lot of state actors is they havent the capacity to function as a global power in terms of law and order, moreover they often act in their own interest than a wholly global entity. that is not to say they do not do their part, however their scope is limited due to other factors. unfortunately united states president numbnuts and vice president fuckwad seem to have lost the values of american exceptionalism to which their previous republican predecessors held. (that is not to say A LOT of the US meddling produced some very ill effects globally, yet it did have lasting beneficial results in some ways though that cannot be undervalued, since no state was able to conduct themselves in such a manner)
Seems like there's a rash nonsensical retarded threads started every day... what's up with that?