India, Russia, here and now | The Indian Express
Beware your frenemies, America.

Significant Indo-Russia Defence Deals Signed during the 19th India-Russia Bilateral Summit – 05 October 2018

“Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in India on 04 October 2018 for the 19th India-Russia Bilateral Summit.

President Putin held official talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 05 October, after which the leaders delivered a joint statement. India and Russia signed eight pacts in areas ranging from defence, nuclear energy, space and economy.

Russia has traditionally been the biggest suppliers of arms to India, since the 1960s, with sales worth $50 billion“.

The Fed is bankrupting America as fast as it can with reckless and uncessary spending – even giving it to our competitors and enemies.

And a lot of $ will go to India. India is not our ally. India is Russia’s ally.

We are funding our own destruction – just as Lenin predicted.

Russia will have every detail of the inner workings of our most advanced weapons.

How did India – a country the US would not even trade with 25 years ago suddenly, overnight become an “ally” of the US?

We’re being conned.

As India continues to deceive the US, steal our industries, and move them offshore, America will continue to die. And now they’re going to have our $ and weapons too.

“Technology and Trade Initiative” is simply codeword for “We’re going to rob you”.

In a World War 3 scenario, India will turn on the US in a second – after it has sucked every scrap of industry, jobs, and defense out of the US.

Strong delusion indeed.

Suicide of a superpower.

S.2736 – Asia Reassurance Initiative Act of 2018

SEC. 204. UNITED STATES-INDIA STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP.

    (a) In General.--The United States Government--
            (1) recognizes the vital role of the strategic partnership 
        between the United States and India in promoting peace and 
        security in the Indo-Pacific region;
            (2) calls for the strengthening and broadening of diplomatic, economic, and security ties between the United States and India; and
            (3) is committed to--
                    (A) the New Framework for the United States-India Defense Relationship, done at Arlington, Virginia on 
                June 28, 2005;
                    (B) the United States-India Defense Technology and Trade Initiative, launched in 2012;
                    (C) the Joint Strategic Vision for the Indo-Pacific and Indian Ocean Region, announced on January 25, 2015;
                    (D) the United States-India Joint Statement on Prosperity Through Partnership, issued on June 26, 2017; and
                    (E) all related and subsequent bilateral and security agreements and arrangements concluded as of the date of the enactment of this Act.

    (b) India as Major Defense Partner.--Congress makes the following findings:
            (1) Section 1292(a)(1)(A) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017 (Public Law 114-328; 130 Stat. 2559; 22 U.S.C. 2751 note) requires the recognition of India as a major defense partner.
            (2) The designation of India as a major defense partner, which is unique to India--