South Asia: Growing Russo-India military ties should not target populations!
- DR. ABDUL RUFF
[Dr. Abdul Ruff Colachal, Specialist on State Terrorism ;Chancellor-Founder of Centor for International Affairs(CIA); Commentator on world affairs, Analyst on Middle East, Chronicler of Foreign occupations & Freedom movements (Palestine, Kashmir, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Xinjiang, Chechnya, etc.) Former university Teacher; website: http://abdulruff.wordpress.com/mail: email@example.com
Emerging Russo-India Military ties
As cash hungry Kremlin seeks to dump their terror goods to the nations of needy customers by bribing middle men and politicians, India with a large network of agents and middlemen to mint nation’s wealth, has agreed to be dumping ground and decided buy $2.9 billion worth of Russian weapons by wasting resources of Indian masses while Indian youth, particularly in Delhi, has been for quite some time agitating to change the corrupt Indian system.
It is clear Russia would not take responsibility for the murders in Kudankulam village and on sea by Indian terror forces. Indian forces brutally attacked the anti-nuke protesters there, killing several people and injuring and arresting many.
I – India needs more terror goods
Russia promoted India as a nuclear state as a core policy to contain its arch foe USA and its influence in the region but now both USA and Russia compete with each other to sell their terror goods to India. India is now the top leading purchaser of Russian arms, with Vietnam, Myanmar, Venezuela and countries of the Middle East also figuring among main clients of the Russian defence industry.
If earlier, during the peak of cold war era, Russia has used India as a check post against an increasingly challenging China, now it is turn of dictatorial USA to prepare India to challenge Beijing’s superpower status interfering with US interests in the region. Moscow has warm political ties with China, another ally in opposing US clout and a key consumer of the arms, oil and gas that drives Russia's economy.
Russian leader Vladimir Putin, accompanied s as usual by huge team of businessmen engaged in trade of terror and other goods, abruptly visited India now to complete deals on terror goods sale and get, if possible, the Kudankulam terror project on track. Obviously during the trip all nuclear terror agents operating in India to promote nuclearism gimmicks in India would get their commission money and service charges for their pro-Russia nuclear terror projects. Putin had originally been expected to travel to India last month but he postponed the trip for unspecified reasons.
As cash hungry Kremlin seeks to dump their terror goods to the nations of “needy” customers by bribing middle men and politicians, India with a large network of agents and middlemen to mint nation’s wealth, has agreed to be dumping ground and decided buy $2.9 billion worth of Russian weapons by wasting resources of Indian masses while Indian youth, particularly in Delhi, has been for quite some time agitating to change the corrupt Indian system.
II- Terror deals
India has been Russia's largest customer for cheap military hardware, despite missed deadlines that sent New Delhi shopping for Western weapons more often. India relies on Russia for 60 percent of its arms purchases, but has diversified its suppliers in recent years. Russia’s strong man Putin wants raise the volume of bilateral trade with India to reach a record $10 billion this year, and set a target of doubling that to $20 billion by 2015.
As promoters of crony capitalists in Asia-Pacific and supporters of imperialist forces globally, Russo-India have also maintained arms trade and, having got rid of ideological hangovers long ago, the ties are now based purely on economics. The visit of Putin could produce deals on the sale of fighter jets and aircraft engines worth more than $7.5 billion. Puitn-Manmohan deal could include the sale of 42 Sukhoi Su-30MKI fighters and a deal on the long-term supply of 970 warplane engines.
India is the leading purchaser of Russian arms India plans to spend about $100 billion over the next 10 years to upgrade its largely Soviet-era military equipment. Russia reported arms sales of $13.2 billion in 2011, enough to maintain its position as the world's second arms exporter after the US with a terror tag of $34.8 billion. The fighter jet deal, for instance, brought the total number of Sukhoi-30 warplanes sold to India to 230, with a total value of $8.5 billion. Indian military terror dealers keep roaming about the regional weapons markets to buy more and more terror goods at the cost of common people who bear the brunt of all wrong policies of the regime by aping more for their regular life as prices of essential commodities keep rising. India's HAL Corp also plans to build 140 of these jets by the end of 2015.
Indian state oil companies have also expressed interest in acquiring stakes in Russian projects. In other business, the government's Russian Direct Investment Fund and the SBI agreed to set up a joint fund. The fund could invest up to $2 billion in projects that seek to develop trade and economic cooperation between the countries.
Relations between the world's second biggest arms exporter Russia and major consumer India, its largest buyer last year, have also run into sporadic problems including delays in the delivery of a reconditioned Soviet-built aircraft carrier, now expected late in 2013. In one such delay, Russia this year again postponed delivery of an aircraft carrier to the Indian navy, saying it would be ready in November.
Russo-India warm ties dating back to the Soviet era have been complicated by recent Russian efforts to improve relations with Pakistan, one of Moscow's proxy enemies during the Soviet Union's war of occupation in Afghanistan in the 1980s. Obviously, Moscow is using Pakistan as a bargain chip to get India on board to increase military trade and turn away from buying US terror goods.
III - Russo-India Nuclear terror
Both Russia and India have suffered worst nuclear blast disasters, killing innocent people. Yet, their hunger for joint nuclear tragedies is enormous. Their arrogance has now placed people of Indian under severe risks as impending nuclear disasters are looming large.
President Putin happily said Russia's overseas arms sales exceeded $14 billion this year, outperforming forecasts by more than $500 million. The country's defence industry also sealed export contracts worth another $15 billion in 2012, Putin said.
Russia is, however, unhappy that India buys fewer arms than it expects. Russian defence industry sources had said Putin's visit to New Delhi would likely produce agreements for the sale of military equipment worth more than $7.5 billion. But the military deals during Putin’s visit announced by India fell short of expectations. Russia's ambassador to India, Alexander Kadakin, said because New Delhi has plotted a course for diversification of weapons suppliers, the competitive battle is escalating.
As a key technique of Indian triclomacy, Indian terror prone PM Manmohan Singh has assured the visiting Russian president V Putin, a former KGB spy operating mainly abroad, that India will put the Kudankulam terror plant into operation and thereby readily place under terror risks the people in Kudankulam and in its radioactivity zones, including neighbouring Kerala state.
Although Russians are the cause of terrorization and murders of people of Kudankulam by selling nuclear reactors, yet, however, it is clear Russia would not take responsibility for the murders in Kudankulam village and on sea by Indian terror forces. Indian forces brutally attacked the anti-nuke protesters there, killing several people and injuring and arresting many. Local police have registered false cases against the real patriots of India in Kudankulam, seeking to make India nuclear terror free so that populations can live peacefully.
India is the possessor of largest nuke arsenals in South Asia with nuke-able missiles ready to destroy the region.
India’s hunger for terror goods is enormous even though there is no real danger to Indian security.
As Indian regime seeks more terror goods from top terrocracies, India’s corporate weapons middlemen close to the political parties thrive at the cost of common people as the regime escalates terror prowess, but for what?
د. عبد راف
Global media today, even in Muslim nations, are controlled by CIA & other anti-Islamic agencies.Terrorism is caused by anti-Islamic forces.Regimes often resort to state terrorism. Anti-Muslimism and anti-Islamism are more dangerous than "terrorism" Fake democracies like USA, Israel and India have zero-tolerance to any criticism of their anti-Muslim and other aggressive practices. Anti-Islamic forces & terrorists are using criminal elements for terrorizing the world and they in disguise are harming genuine interests of ordinary Muslims