Translated from the Headlines （Toutiao 头条新闻）
Author: Silent Night History（静夜史）
India, a smoggy country.
On January 10, 1972, after decades of struggle, Bangladesh finally freed itself from Pakistani rule.
As a country not as famous as the Bengal tiger, Bangladesh’s independence has not caused an uproar in the international community. However, India, as a neighboring country of Bangladesh, is happier than the New Year. It is almost full of gongs and drums, firecrackers, red flags, and crowds of people.
The direct reason why India “empathizes” with Bangladesh’s self-reliance is that Bangladesh’s successful nation-building was originally the result of India’s jumping up and down and back and forth. Through the “horizontal and stumbling” in the Third India-Pakistan War, India successfully dismembered its long-time enemy Pakistan, and Bangladesh was able to stand up and call the shots under the “support” of India.
The fundamental reason why India is willing to be anxious for Bangladesh’s urgency is that India is almost suffocated under Pakistan’s long-term squeeze.
Although the “Partition of India and Pakistan” in 1947 was based on religion, India was much larger than Pakistan. But as an internationally well-known “cooking stick”, the United Kingdom resolutely pursues the purpose of “If you are well, you have it”, and “arranged” Pakistan on both sides of India, occupying the middle and lower reaches of the Indus River and the inflow of the Ganges. Haikou has formed a situation of attack from east to west against India.
What is even more embarrassing is that the existence of East Pakistan leaves only a narrow Siliguri corridor between the Indian mainland and the northeastern region. Although the Siliguri Corridor is not an important location in the geographical sense, the threat from the north to the south to cut off India’s ties with the northeast at any time is real.
Therefore, since India’s independence, in order to change the situation of being attacked by Pakistan’s east and west, India judged the situation and finally successfully promoted Bangladesh’s independence in the Third India-Pakistan War in 1971 and achieved its strategic goal of dismembering Pakistan. This is a major victory for India. Since then, the pattern of South Asia has completely changed, and India’s status as a major power has become more veritable.
But soon, India’s smile solidified, because, after independence, Bangladesh not only “resurrected” with Pakistan, it also launched the most primitive “womb war” against India in order to fight against India’s fate.
Not only that, after the extreme conflicts between people and land, Bangladeshis also flooded northeast India, making the already unstable situation in northeast India even worse.
More importantly, in order to increase confidence in the fight against India, Bangladesh is actively developing relations with major eastern countries. The threat to the Siliguri Corridor has not diminished but has become more specific.
And this also means that the northeast region is still an untouchable pain for India.
As a legacy left by the British father, the Northeast has always been an inseparable part of India. As the saying goes, “The ancestral territory should be guarded firmly, not by size and people.” Therefore, in order to protect the precious land, India has always been very careful.
In this regard, the vast number of people in Northeast China has been deeply infected, and they have repeatedly stated that I bought a big watch last year. Because they had nothing to do with India yesterday, and today and the future do not want to be involved. It is precise because of the brutal aggression of the British colonists that they have the lingering taste of curry, and they have received unprecedented contempt.
As one of the four ancient civilizations, India has a long and colorful history. The towering Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, while completely changing the climate in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, also forced the invaders from west to east to “go south.”
And because the Indian people have had a strong awareness of environmental protection since ancient times, saying that nothing is really “one man is the one who is the one who is the one who is the one who is not the one”, and the Khyber Pass is doing great construction. So starting from the Aryans, conquerors from all walks of life scrambled to go south, the Khyber Pass has also become a well-known “green channel for printing”, and the ancient Indian civilization has become a beautiful and delicious “melaleuca” during frequent conquests, which in turn caused Coveted by more forces.
Therefore, there is no one-rupee relationship between modern India and ancient Indian civilization, and because the conquerors of all routes have never truly unified the South Asian subcontinent, let alone try to fill the gap between the center and the locality, they waited until Britain crossed the ocean and joined the printing. For the luxury package, what you see is a situation of scattered sand and hills.
Although he did not walk away from the “printing (printing means hitting India) green channel” of Burr Pass, with the strong colonial spirit, coupled with the promotion of the bourgeois revolution and the industrial revolution, Britain’s expansion in the South Asian subcontinent was out of control.
After the British East India Company was established in 1600 and landed on the South Asian subcontinent, as a colonial pioneer, it successively defeated its counterparts in Portugal, the Netherlands, and France. In 1757, the East India Company defeated the Bengali army at the Battle of Plasi and completely ruled Bangladesh in 1764.
After gaining a firm foothold in Bengal, the East India Company invaded Oud State northward, conquered Mysore southward, and then marched westward to conquer the Malat Federation.
With the fall of Punjab in 1849, the East India Company basically achieved the conquest of the South Asian subcontinent, and the Mughal Empire, which was once prosperous, eventually survived in name only.
During the overthrow of the Mughal Empire, the British colonial wars “flowered everywhere” around the South Asian subcontinent. For example, they invaded the Persian Empire westward, ravaged Afghanistan to the northwest, encroached on the land of Tibet to the north, and coveted the Assam region to the east.
The earliest Assam area, like other parts of the South Asian subcontinent, was inhabited by primitive Australians and Dravidians, who were short and dark-skinned.
In the 10th century BC, the yellow race came and thrived across the Hengduan Mountains, and established the Kingdom of Kamaloppo and other political powers.
In 1228, the Dai people, located at the border between China and Burma, conquered the Kingdom of Kamaloppo and established the powerful Kingdom of Assam. After the establishment of the Mughal Empire, the Kingdom of Assam was regarded as a thorn in the eye and carried out 17 conquests, but all failed.
After the kingdom of Assam flourished and declined, the Burmese Kungbang Dynasty emerged and occupied the Assam region in 1822.
However, the East India Company, which conquered the South Asian subcontinent, quickly pointed its finger at Burma and provoked the first Anglo-Burmese war in 1824.
Although the Gongbang dynasty was strong in national power, it had no way of parrying the British that completed the industrial revolution. In 1826, Myanmar was forced to sign the “Treaty of Yang Dabo” with the United Kingdom. While compensating the United Kingdom with 1 million pounds, it had to cede Tanah Salin, Arakan, and Assam to the United Kingdom. From then on, the western gateway of Myanmar opened. The power of the peninsula also began to degenerate into a semi-colonial and semi-feudal society.
After capturing the Assam area, the East India Company incorporated the Assam area into its immediate jurisdiction as a frontier and springboard for colonizing Burma. In order to consolidate its control of Assam, the British “encouraged” Bangladeshi people to move into Assam in large numbers. The social conflicts in the Assam area rapidly intensified and continue to this day.
Due to the blows of the two world wars, especially the Second World War, the United Kingdom has become the biggest loser despite wearing the hat of a victorious nation. When the national strength returned to the pre-liberation period overnight, the colonies moved after hearing the wind, and they set off a wave of turning over and calling the shots.
In order to avoid the resurgence of colonial empires such as the United Kingdom, the United States, and the Soviet Union, which became superpowers after the war, actively promoted the independence of the third world nations. Therefore, the “non-violent and non-cooperative” movement led by Gandhi was finally in the dark.
But because of the “poop-stirring stick” ideology, although the United Kingdom waved its sleeves and did not take away a pound of curry, it left a lot of trouble. In addition to Kashmir, which is a blind box, India and Pakistan have also engaged in fierce competition for the ownership of the Assam region.
Theoretically, because the “India-Pakistan partition” is based on religion, all Hindu states belong to India, while those that believe in Islam are included in Pakistan. But the problem is that due to the influence of various forces going south and north and east and west in history, the religious elements here are quite complicated. In addition to Hinduism and Islam, Tibetan Buddhism and Christianity are also quite popular.
Because the Assam area is close to East Pakistan, Pakistan firmly supports the principle of proximity. But India has repeatedly said: You have to ask me whether the cow dung on my body can agree.
As a result, Pakistan chose to compromise, and India relied on a huge volume to bring the Assam region under its command.
Although the United Kingdom has plundered wealth of up to 54 trillion US dollars since its landing on the South Asian subcontinent, as the creator of modern India, the United Kingdom has not only left India with a hard-core heritage such as more than 60,000 kilometers of railways, but also injected India with a “gentleman” soul.
And because the “India-Pakistan partition” avoided the impact of revolution or war on the social structure to the greatest extent, the Indian rulers after independence changed their soup and medicine compared to British India. They were not only Being ashamed or proud, he always considers himself the successor of British India and strives unremittingly to restore the territory of British India.
As early as before India’s independence, Nehru, as the founding prime minister of India, set the “Indian Dream” of “Either it is impressive or disappeared, and the middle route does not satisfy me.” Therefore, India can no longer be satisfied with destroying Pakistan and rebuilding the British. Instead, India wants to attack from all sides to build a “Greater Indian Federation” encompassing South Asia, Afghanistan, the Tibetan Plateau, and Myanmar. Therefore, grasping the Assam region is only the beginning. Nehru wants to steal southern Tibet, even more like the United Kingdom. Covet Burma.
But the problem is that although Britain has achieved an unprecedented unity in Indian history, it is still superficial. Moreover, in order to achieve cost-effective colonization, the United Kingdom actively wooed the indigenous high-level leaders to form a “ruler alliance” and strengthened the caste system formed since the Aryan period, making India more rigid.
Therefore, India, which prides itself on inheriting the mantle of British India, is still a mess. Because there is no strong central government, India cannot establish a strong central government to reverse the situation that “government orders cannot be issued in New Delhi”; the lower government cannot carry out its ruling power to all corners of society and promote land reform to pave the way for industrialization; medium cannot Abolish the caste system and release huge demographic dividends.
In addition, the Nehru as vested interests have no courage and determination to self-revolution, so India has always been a little weak in the Assam region, especially the Assam region, which is almost “lonely overseas.”
In order to achieve the goal of holding Assam not to relax, India first strengthened its management of the Siliguri Corridor. In order to prevent the so-called threat from neighboring countries in the north, it even acted first. The final result was that the Indian army not only turned the war of aggression into the capital. In the defense war, hundreds of thousands of soldiers even showed the spectacular scene of the African wildebeest migration in a panoramic manner. India has completely kicked off the altar of the third world leader, and Nehru died in a frightened heart.
After this war, the international community, especially the countries in South Asia that have suffered from India for a long time, have clearly seen India’s foreign powers, and also the power of the northern powers. Therefore, China-Pakistan relations are boiling rapidly, and the “double-sided printing” or even “3D printing” situation is rapidly growing. form.
In order to cope with the new situation and new developments, India is trying to assess the situation, and in addition to continuing to fan the flames, its control over Assam is also increasing, such as:
Inheriting the 300 years of the British empire’s spirit of “shocking shit”, India began the historical process of dividing and conquering the Northeast after the Sino-Indian War in 1962.
In 1963, India established Nagaland with 16,000 square kilometers, Meghalaya with 22,000 square kilometers in 1970, and Tripura with an area of 10,000 square kilometers and 21,000 square kilometers of rice in 1972. Zoram and Manipur with 22,000 square kilometers.
After a series of operations, Assam was divided into six, leaving only 78,400 square kilometers in the area of 170,000 square kilometers, which is no longer a monolithic one.
Although the situation is more complicated and even conducive to the separatism of the various forces, the goal of weakening Assam and reducing its possibility of self-reliance has been achieved.
As the saying goes, “The economic foundation determines the superstructure.” In order to prevent the six Northeast states from soaring to the sky, India has long adhered to its poverty strategy.
Because India is not prosperous, the six northeast states are naturally left behind for a long time. India’s artificial suppression has kept the economies of the six northeastern states with relatively superior resource endowments impoverished, making them the poorest region in India.
Against the background that other countries are struggling to get rid of poverty and become rich, and then achieve common prosperity, India’s brutality towards its compatriots is heinous.
Coupled with India’s artificial control of the information dissemination of the six northeastern states, the development of the six northeastern states is even more impossible to talk about.
In ancient and modern times, “human exchange blood” has been a cruel and effective method of colonization. From the time of British India, Bengali people have continuously entered the Assam region.
After Bangladesh became independent, this trend has continued unabated. Although it has seriously offended India’s sovereignty, India, which has been sparse for a long time, cannot do anything, especially in the Assam region.
Therefore, India simply broke the pot and allowed the conflicts and even fierce conflicts between the Bangladeshis and the Assamese residents to reap the benefits of the fisherman.
Facts have proved that this kind of “ruling chaos with chaos” not only guarantees India’s sparse rule over the Assam region but also increases the possibility of India’s fishing in troubled waters.
Although the Aryans created the caste system more than 3,000 years ago, it was carried forward in the hands of British colonists.
According to the hierarchical caste system, Brahman, Kshatriya, and Vaisha are all ruling classes, while Sudra is the ruling class at the bottom.
But Sudra also has its own sense of superiority, because, in addition to the caste system, there are Dalits known as untouchables. Dalit, as a class lower than the horizon, in addition to attempting to convert to other religions to comfort himself, is to learn from the four major classes to direct their superiority to the six northeastern states. In India, they are a group of people more humble than Dalits.
Through the all-around contempt of the mainstream society, the six northeast states can no longer hold their heads up.
In India’s view, a series of combination punches have been smashed. Even the six northeastern states can do nothing even with 10,000 alpacas running back and forth, but India has ignored the support from abroad.
For China, the most important direction for homeland security is the treasure island, followed by the north, and the best India is the third. So, even if you get the month near the water, at present, we are not the external support of the six northeast states.
But as India’s old enemy, Pakistan has always been everywhere. This is an important backing for the long-term struggle of more than 60 opposition forces in the six northeastern states of India. The relationship between Pakistan and China has long been known to India. Therefore, the six northeastern states, as areas that are incompatible with the main body of India, will never be savagely occupied by India forever.
However, after India has jumped up and down all the year round and finally turned the superior environment of both sides into rebellion, let alone the six northeast states, even the Siliguri corridor is no longer peaceful.
Therefore, the lonely six states of the Northeast states will definitely make India desperate for a long time.
There are many omissions, please correct me.
I am Jing Ye Shi and look forward to your attention.