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Dealing with China and learning from it

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China has a very strong central government. The central govt. tightly controls the vast 37,45,296 square mile territory which is almost FOUR times the 10,59,342 square mile land area of India, as per the Hammonds Ambassador world atlas 1962 edition. Whatever we might say about our great diversity, be it linguistic, racial, cultural, ethical, ethnical, genetic etc, it stands to reason that in a region four times bigger than ours there should be more diversity than ours, and in fact there is. And we can use it to our advantage. 

The Religious-Social-Linguistic-Cultural heartland of China is populated almost 100% by the HAN Chinese, who are racially of a highly uniform stock. All HAN provinces speak different languages which are called dialects because whichever the dialect and whichever the province, the written script is the same. This script which is used even today was made uniform and mandated to the Chinese Civil Service which was created by Confucius more than 2500 years ago, about the same time as the Buddha lived. Our own current Indian Civil Service [known as ICS during British times and changed to Indian Administrative Service==IAS after Independence] was created by Lord McCaulay in 1854. 

The Chinese script does not have phonetic alphabets like A, B, C, D….etc. (or ka, kha, ga, gha….etc. as in Hindi / Devnagari / Sanskrit and other Indian languages & scripts). 

It has symbols (called characters) for various things, objects, actions….etc. For example, there is a symbol for TREE. So when you want to write TREE, you just draw the symbol for TREE. When you want to write FOREST, you just draw two (or three) trees side by side, and it means FOREST. Similarly there is a symbol (character) for SUN and another character for HORiZON. So, if you want to write “DAWN”, you write the character of HORiZON and write the character for SUN above it at one end (east)==SUN on the horizon at east end, and it means DAWN==SUN on the eastern horizon. If you want to write DUSK (=late evening), then you write the same character of HORiZON and write the character of SUN above it on the opposite end (west)==SUN on the horizon at west end, and it means DUSK. Writing the Chinese script was an art form and had to be written by thin paint brushes dipped in ink, because various characters of similar shapes having DiFFERENT THiCKNESS meant different things. With increasing literacy levels and the advent of pens and ball point pens, writing became universal, and it was difficult to carry paint brushes and ink everywhere where people wrote on the go. So the 2500 year old script of Confucius was simplified in the 20th century so that it could be easily written by ball point pen. This simplified Chinese script used today is called Hanyu-Pinyin. 

The geographical heartland of China is also very well defined. The HAN Chinese heartland is the geographical area south of the Great Wall of China. What could define a border more clearly and emphatically than a massive wall built by the Govt./ King Emperor? The Great Wall of China began to be built by the Emperor of ancient HAN China, named ShiHuangDi of the Chin Dynasty in 206 BCE. The country’s name China comes from the name Chin, the dynasty which first unified China’s warring provinces, at about the same time our ancient Emperor Asoka was continuing to do the same thing in India, a process that was started by his grandfather Chandragupta Maurya as directed by his guru Chanakya in order to be able to face Alexander the Great, who came up to the western banks of the Sutlej river in 326 BCE. 

The great wall begins almost from the coast of the gulf of Chihli north of the Yellow sea from the town of Chinwangtao, which is 40 degrees north of the equator and 105 degrees east of Greenwich. The wall goes considerably northward, north of Beijing, and extends up to Kinta which is 97.5 degrees east of Greenwich at the same 40 degrees north latitude as Chinwangtao. North of Chinwangtao is the sparsely populated, so called “autonomous’ region of Inner Mongolia. The large ‘autonomous’ region of Manchuria, the far north-east corner of China, is also outside the wall. So as per ancient Chinese policy (of Emperor), Inner Mongolia and Manchuria were not part of China, though today they are. 

The point of all this is that the wall which was purpose built to protect the HAN from the hated Mongols and Manchus by keeping them confined north of the wall, the HAN have now swallowed the Mongol and Manchu territories, which were and are north of the Great Wall, into the Chinese Republic. The Mongol and Manchu people living in these lands are distinctly different from the HAN Chinese. Beyond the western end of the wall is the sparsely populated Sinkiang-Uighur ‘autonomous’ region (earlier known as Eastern Turkestan) in the eastern part of which is located Lop Nor, China’s nuclear testing site. This region is peopled by Uighur people who are largely Islamic and racially distinctly different from HAN. Southwards from Kinta is the Tsinghai ‘autonomous’ region and further south are the Tibet and the Chamdo ‘autonomous’ regions which border India. 

In short, the land area of HAN Chinese is one-third of the total land under Chinese govt., but the population of HAN Chinese is over 75% of the total population under Chinese govt. simply because the HAN region is very productive while the ‘autonomous’ regions are deserts and / or high, snow clad mountains, where very little grows and very few live. The (unstated?) credo of the HAN govt. is: The HAN must dominate. To this end the Chinese govt. encourages HAN people to settle in these ‘autonomous’ regions, and gives various subsidies and benefits to HAN settlers. Feeling of HAN security is strengthened by posting retiring HAN defense personnel to these regions as their last posting and encouraging them to settle there. Subsidies are given to HAN Chinese marrying local women and spreading the HAN gene. This is Law of Nature which the Chinese govt. is following. But the stoopid Indian govt. is doing exactly the opposite. 

These measures taken by the Chinese govt. have been hugely successful. Today there are more HAN people in Tibet than Tibetans; more HAN people in Sinkiang than Uighurs; more HAN people in Inner Mongolia than Mongols and more HAN people in Manchuria than Manchus. The HAN dominate everywhere. There have been protests and bloodshed on this issue in Tibet, Sinkiang, Uighur and elsewhere. Yet the HAN dominate. This is Chinese state policy, declared or undeclared. It is also Law of Nature. 

What can we learn from this? One man learnt it or maybe knew it even before the HAN implemented it in China. It was Pratap Singh Kairon, the powerful Chief Minister of un-divided Punjab in the fifties, which included Haryana and Himachal at that time. Kairon asked Nehru to merge Kashmir with Punjab. Nehru did not agree and today we are suffering for it. If Nehru had agreed, Kairon would have settled all Sardars retiring from the Army into the Kashmir region of Punjab and we would not have a Kashmir problem today. This is what the Chinese have done by settling HAN in ‘autonomous’ regions. 

Hand in hand with this has been progress. The railroad to Lhasa is one example of this. The vast network of railways and roadways to these far flung ‘autonomous’ regions brings development as well as HAN domination. However much we may chatter about these developments, the Chinese govt. has succeeded. 

Dealing with China is a different issue. China is today very assertive. The recent words and actions of Chinese president Hu Jin Tao during his visit to the US are indicative of China’s new assertive stand. 

To deal with any entity, whether assertive or not, we must first find common ground. What is common between India and China? Of course we have a common border, but that is the problem and the border issue is what we have to resolve. 

First commonality is religion. The Chinese are Taoist / Buddhist, which is a kind of ancestral worship same as ours. There are many common gods. Our monkey God Hanuman is China’s monkey god named Soon Moo Khong. They have various gods and goddesses, same as Hindu. Kwan Yein is the Chinese goddess of Mercy. The Chinese build statues. They are idol worshippers, same we are. And they worship the same idol==Buddha, same as us, thanks to Emperor Asoka, 2300 years ago. 

The second commonality is islamik threat. China does not like islam. Neither does it like EL-Krist0. The Chinese govt. does not recognize the Pope. The Chinese govt. also does not recognize mullahs and ayatollahs. It does not recognize any pomphrets which are illogical. All muleas (mullah?) are appointed by the govt. which is HAN govt. Both Hu Jin Tao (president) and Wen Jia Bao (PM) are genetically 100% HAN. So is JiangZeMin. So was MaoZeDong, Chu Teh (Zu Deh) as were ZhouEnLai, Liu Shao Chi, DengXia0Ping in modern times. Even in ancient China, all heroes, saints and leaders have always been HAN= There are masjids (mosques) in Sinkiang and a few other places, but there are no mosques in HAN China. China has its own Krist0 klergy vich is appointed by the Chinese govt. And these sarkari Chinese Padres have no loyalty to the Pope. Their loyalty is primarily to the HAN Chinese govt. because they themselves are HAN Chinese. This is genetic loyalty. This is our genetic program==Law of Nature. For the HAN Chinese govt. and HAN people, the most important thing is to spread the HAN GENE, same as Lion, Tiger, you, me, your father, my father, cockroach, spider, cow, buffalo etc. etc.==all creatures==LAW OF NATURE. The most important thing for these Chinese Padres is that spreading the HAN gene is more important than any religious software, be it islamik, EL-Krist0 or any other pomphret based order. 

 

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