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u/twatavious ยท 6 pointsr/IndiaSpeaks

I didn't "shift" to anything. My commentary didn't take sides. I'm not "celebrating" anything either. I was agreeing with those claiming that India is dying. Read carefully.

I'm a patient man, but i'm not an educator. What i can do, is give you a few resources. If you want to learn about western foreign policy, feel free to read through the following books.





    They present a different perspective on western governments. I don't completely agree with their moral orientation, but they gave me a more balanced view of the world.

    Lastly, let me give you some advice. I'm only saying this because I like you. I like seeing young people getting involved in politics and holding strong opinions. I prefer a population of opinionated youth than politically apathetic youth. You're setting a good example. I actually like the Aam Aadmi Party.

    On the other hand, if you want to move further in the world of political debate - and i'm sure you will - you have to learn a few basic rules along the way. When you're talking to adults - in real life - you can't block them, you can't ban them, and you definitely can't label them as '< >' and then act like you won the argument. You have to convince them why you're right. And in order to convince others, you have to understand their point of view, instead of instinctively dismissing it.

    The strength of one's ideas isn't known until they're confronted with disagreement. You have to learn how to see the other side. You also have to learn how to disagree. If you don't learn this, you'll fail. All the seniors at NDTV, Ravish Kumar, Prannoy Roy, etc. are good at their jobs because they know what's being said on the other side of the fence. I'm sure they'll give you the same advice. I'm sure you don't wanna read scripts off a prompter for your entire career.

    BTW, i'm open to any debate. If you'd like to debate the question of whether democracy and secularism is most conducive to Indian prosperity, feel free to get me on skype, we can work something out. My only rule is that we speak English. Let me know if you're interested.