"China knows that a war with India, even if it gets some success, would not gain it much dividends. In fact, it would lose in its drive to be a Global leader by 2049. It would also hurt its ‘One China Policy’, which aims to assimilate Taiwan with mainland China."
"What worries China, it seems, is the harshest winters of Eastern Ladakh at 16000-17000 feet and the inability of its soldiers to bear this. Soldiers coming from ‘One-Child-Families’ are pampered and urbanised, who have enjoyed luxury amenities, which makes them soft."
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"The PLA has some basic problems with soldiers. Chinese know that Indian soldiers are far more superior in the art of war and bravery. What they lack by way of advanced weaponry, they very well make it up by their raw courage. This is the dilemma of PLA Leadership."
"One must not think that India is not at war. It is already fighting an ‘invisible war’ and ‘irregular war’ on its internal front, launched by China and Pakistan respectively. These are the preferred strategies of waging a war in the 21st Century."
"Invisible soldiers masquerade as overground politicians, media personalities, defence analysts and business men. They are the ‘soul traders’ for money. Here, one is reminded of a CIA agent’s observation of Brigadier Yousuf Mohammed."
"If heads are to roll, it must start with the Ministry of Home Affairs, who controls the Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP)? Have the Chinese suddenly appeared in these areas in the month of May? It seems that the ITBP, who are responsible for the LAC in the region, have not done their job properly."
"This has recently led to a spirit of 'Ramboism,' expressed in terms of Wolf Warrior conduct. Wolf-warrior conduct of the PLA is based upon two Chinese blockbuster movies by the same name, which more and less displays the Rambo culture."
"It is a known fact that China has always seen India as a weakling. This notion has existed since 1962. No wonder, Chinese official Government news paper, Global Times had sarcastically observed a some years back that India was like a beautiful woman..."