Re: Synchronized Countrywide Bombings Promise Bangladesh a Bumpy Ride
Aug 23, 2005 2:11 AM
YOU INDIAN BONEHEADS:
Enough has been said about Pakistan and now it is time to talk about India, the super power. Points to ponder:
It is not uncommon these days to hear about India's emergence as a "great power," but does the reality match the hype? Some experts don't think so. Refer to SA article "Is India a super power or a failed state" and see the picture on the top. That just says it all about Super Power India. This is just one of the examples and millions more can be produced for you bone heads. Almost 70 per cent of the Indian nation lives below a poverty line and survives on a piece of loaf and an onion per day. Nearly 60 per cent of Indians are illiterate. Infant mortality is 137 per 1,000 births. On all infrastructure indices we are well below - forget China - even which failed State, Pakistan!
i]Who is beggar?
The World Bank plans to lend India $9bn (£5bn) over the next three years. World Bank president Paul Wolfowitz is visiting India and said that the money would help sustain the growth needed to lift 250 million people out of poverty.
Although India is one of the world's fastest growing economies, millions of people live on less than $1 a day.
And by the way, what was your prime minister doing in USA? Begging money and technology. (Laughing it loudly)
The Agni's chief designer, Abdul Kalam, in 1963-64, spent four months in training in the United States. He visited NASA's Langley Research Center in Virginia, where the U.S. Scout rocket was conceived. Soon afterward, in 1965, the Indian government asked NASA how much it would cost and how long it would take to develop an Indian version of the Scout, and whether the United States would help. NASA replied that the Scout was "available for purchase in connection with scientific research," but warned that "transfer of this technology . . . would be a matter for determination by the Department of State under Munitions Control." NASA nevertheless sent India technical reports on the Scout's design.
But Kalam had the information he needed. He returned to India and built the SLV-3 (Space Launch Vehicle), India's first satellite launcher. Its design is virtually identical to the Scout's. Both rockets are 23 meters long, use four similar solid-fuel stages and "open loop" guidance, and lift a 40-kilogram payload into low earth orbit. The SLV's 30-foot first stage would later become the first stage of the Agni.
Well you should be thankful to Muslims for all this.
India has acquired and continues to seek Russian, U.S., and Western European technology for its missile programs. For example, Russian assistance is critical to the development of the Indian SLBM and its related submarine. Many Indian nationals are educated and work in the U.S., Europe, and other advanced nations; some of the knowledge thereby acquired returns to the Indian missile program.
Just remember, Russia and USA stole jet and atomic technology from Germany. Russia’s hydrogen bomb is based on stolen technology from USA. And couple of decades ago, a USA student wrote a school paper on how to develop an atomic bomb based on information from Internet.
So, you Indians keep on doing research and development while Pakistan is working smartly to acquire all the technology.