这个帖子后面有很多很多留言 大部分要求印度重新不承认西藏是中国的一部分 恢复西藏独立 骂中国的 气人啊
China's protest against PM's visit to Arunachal is disgusting
Kingshuk Nag Tuesday October 13, 2009
China is at it again. And this time it has crossed the limits. It is protesting and against what? Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visiting Arunachal Pradesh. China's fancy that Arunachal Pradesh is south Tibet and is therefore its personal fief. So why should Manmohan Singh go to its part of the world, is the unsaid argument.
Had some individual made a statement complaining against the visit of Manmohan Singh, I would have said that here is a member of a lunatic fringe making a lunatic statement. But China is not an individual, nor a lunatic. It is a nation. So what accounts for a statement like the one that its foreign office spokesperson has put up on its official site? The statement alludes that Singh's visit there may trigger disturbances. It hopes that India will address China's concerns. For the information of readers, Manmohan Singh, who is a Rajya Sabha member from the neighbouring Assam, had visited Arunachal Pradesh soliciting votes in ongoing assembly polls. But so crass are the Chinese that they find this act as something that can trigger disturbances. In other words, they are unnerved by Indian efforts to deepen democracy in its territories (because that's what elections mean).
China has been, of course, disputing the Indian "occupation" of Arunachal Pradesh for a long time and if you remember one of the major causes of the India-China war of 1962 was this. At that point, India was taken unawares as Chinese troops came down the Himalayas and occupied a major part of Arunachal Pradesh — that was then called NEFA (North East Frontier Agency). Later the Chinese withdrew from NEFA — undoubtedly due to fear of the Americans and Russians — but have kept their demand up.
This part of the world came India's way after the Simla agreement of 1914 which was to be a tripatrite agreement between British India, China and Tibet demarcating their borders. The border was based on the 550-mile-long McMahon line, which was drawn precisely to mark the border between Tibet and India. Though there was no Chinese disagreement to the Outer Tibet line, which was to mark the border between Tibet and India, they had problems on the Inner Tibet line. Consequently the Chinese walked out of Shimla without signing the agreement and it is on the basis of this that China has been refusing to accept Arunachal Pradesh as part of India. After China illegally occupied Tibet in 1959 it became strident in its demand for Arunachal Pradesh and now has become so boorish so as to question the visit of the Indian Prime Minister to a part of India.
这部分另组是依据1914年的西姆拉协议，由 British India英国殖民地印度, China中国 and Tibet西藏标定边界。边界基于550英里长的麦克马洪线（550-mile-long McMahon line），这条线精确地标出了西藏和印度的边界。所以这里没有中国对于西藏外围边界的争端，在在西藏和印度的边界地图标出的，中国在西藏内部边界有问题。然后中国代表离开，拒绝在西姆拉协议上签字因而中国拒绝承认阿鲁纳恰尔邦是印度的一部分。之后中国在1959年非法占领的想，从而刺耳的要求阿鲁纳恰尔邦，现在成为印度总理访问印度该地区粗暴的抗议的理由。
The latest statement is also a glaring example of China meddling in the internal affairs of India and comes days after it came to light that they were refusing to give visas to students from Jammu & Kashmir on their passports. The visas were were being stamped on a separate sheet that had to be stapled to the passport. Obviously the immigration officials at Indian airports refused to allow such visa carriers to fly out of India. This Chinese initiative was to send the message that they did not recognise Jammu & Kashmir as an integral part of India. And although the Indian government protested strongly, obviously everything has fallen on deaf ears as is apparent from the latest missive.
Let me warn you that this is not the last that you have heard from the Chinese. The only thing I can say is that with their rising (seemingly) economic power they have become overconfident and this has made them go on an overdrive. In the coming weeks their meddling into Indian affairs will only increase. What they will do, I cannot predict, because they have a really innovative thinking. Which means they can do anything. Simultaneously, the Chinese will consolidate their presence around India — be it on the sea with the Indian Ocean being dominated by Chinese ships or a rail line from China right up to the Myanmar border close to India. They will possibly also fund and strengthen anti-Indian groups that operate from negihbouring countries. In other words, they can do anything to destablise India.
It is time that we recognised this Chinese game and geared up to to counter it. Unfortunately this is not happening and I find it very disconcerting that there is a growing tribe of Chinese sympathisers in India. Most of them have been taken in by the growing India-China trade and business relationship which has seen among other things an influx of cheap Chinese stuff into India and opportunities for Indian companies in China. While this is welcome, it must be recognised that this growing dependence on China can only be at the cost of our sovereignty. China-India business cooperation is not plain business, there are undertones of politics. The Chinese game will be to create a strong pro-Chinese vested interest in India and on the other meddle into affairs of India.
When China illegally invaded Tibet and occupied the land, India kept quiet. Although India allowed a sanctuary to Dalai Lama and Tibetan refugees in Dalhousie and in Coorg in Karnataka, the Indian hospitality was nothing more than that. Since half the Chinese battle is being fought on the ideological level it is time the Indians take up the Tibetan cause at a big level. This will focus world attention on the illegal occupation of Tibet and the violence that seems to have wreaked by the Chinese in this holy land of Buddhism. Offence, they say, is the best defence. India must take up the Tibetan cause, if not for the Tibetans, then for the sake of India itself.
当中国非法侵略西藏，印度保持安静。尽管印度给予达赖喇嘛和西藏难民在Dalhousie and in Coorg in Karnataka避难所，印度是如此友好。既然中国一般的战役是在思想领域，现在是印度人民起来对待西藏问题，提高到一个很大的程度上。这将引起世界注意中国对印度的非法占领和对西藏人民的暴力，如果不是为西藏人民，而是对印度自己带来利益。