[When I had Jewish friends, my best Jewish friend would fawn over India and China. It used to irk me a lot. The Jews are no doubt hoping there will be anti-White super powers which they can use against our race the day when we kick the scum aside.
Don't worry too much about this new technology in the hands of India and China. If whites in the future had to fight them, our technology will be way ahead of theirs. Quality will always smash quantity. Whites, especially in Europe are constantly moving forward scientifically.
The USA survived nuclear war simply by building a single aircraft that could get to Russia on short order … the SR-71. By having a few planes with those capabilities the USA never had to fear nuclear attack because it could move effortlessly and totally safely over any portion of Russia it wanted.
Rest assured in the future, that if the Jews try to turn India or China against our race, that you will see that like the way Russia struggled against the Germans … that white quality will tear into them.
I think the Russians are much tougher than the Chinese and Indians. Much tougher, much cleverer. Even so, the Germans nearly smashed them despite MASSIVE US, British and Jewish aid.
The black nations of africa are true tin-pot nations. But the nations of Africa are semi-tin-pot super powers. Whites will smash them if they need to. Jan]
New Delhi (Sputnik): The Indian Navy is upgrading the security infrastructure of its naval airfields. As part of the plan, systems will be installed to provide continuous surveillance, real time alerting and immediate response to a threat. The Navy also plans to purchase naval guns from the US for warships.
With an eye to expanding its underwater fleet, the Indian Navy is planning to build six nuclear submarines, while also deliberating a fleet of 18 conventional submarines.
The Navy has shared the information regarding fleet expansion plans with a parliamentary committee on defence.
"Six SSN (nuclear-powered attack) submarines and eighteen conventional are planned. The existing strength comprises fifteen conventional and one nuclear submarine, which is available on lease", said the Standing Committee on Defence in its report tabled in Parliament earlier this month.
Some of the report’s contents, however, were reported by some Indian media organistaions on Sunday. It reveals India will build the nuclear submarines at home in partnership with the private sector.
The standing committee in its report also mentioned that the Indian Navy informed it during the deliberations that the existing 13 conventional submarines are between 17 to 31 years old.
The Indian Navy is also working on Project 75, which envisages building additional six conventional submarines in coordination with Indian companies. It will also receive contributions from foreign equipment manufacturers. The building up of the submarines under Project 75 will be a part of a strategic partnership policy.
The Navy also informed the parliamentary standing committee that only two new conventional submarines have been inducted into the fleet in the last 15 years.