- Both are comparitively young countries.
- Both seem to be surrounded by enemies on all borders.
- Both claim to be in existential struggles against enemies either incapable or disinclined to destroy them.
- Both have some sea and have used it to strike terror against helpless civilians.
- Both are extremely aggressive and have ‘national narratives’ that seem to contradict reality.
- Both have been engaged in long standing land disputes.
- Both have illegal possession of the land of their neighbours, which they claim for their own just ‘because’.
- Both have the backing of the US in some of the most inhuman actions against mankind.
- Both have intelligence organizations of dubious ethics and actions.
- Both have a lot of excuses for their evil actions – usually excuses that point fingers and incite further hatred against their ‘enemies’.
- Both hate each other.
Founder at Aam Janata
Vidyut has a keen interest in mass psychology and using it as a lens to understand contemporary politics, social inequality and other dynamics of power within the country. She is also into Linux and internet applications and servers and has sees technology as an important area India lacks security in.
Latest posts by Vidyut (see all)
- Checking the latest provisional data from the Election Commission of India (with map) - June 8, 2019
- Comparison of Constituency-level “votes polled” & “votes counted” data #GeneralElections2019 #InteractiveMap - June 5, 2019
- A scathing indictment of the once respected, now suspected Election Commission of India - June 5, 2019