actually I find r/indiaspeaks just as awful as r/india - why can't Indians ditch their agenda and work for the common good? actually work - like write a program or share technical knowledge/booksA number of so-called 'Indian' subs, as well as worldnews have been infiltrated by pakistanis and they are occupying the position of mods. You'd get banned for opposing the rhetoric of 'secularism'
Why is that a bad thing - CCP? We were Socialist kind-off at Independence. It's true that many Indians feel China is the enemy but we were ruled by the British. Also, the CCP has brought the Chinese people development and a united nation. I am not pro capitalism/communism - but Indians should study more and we need to make that possible even for the dullards (like myself)Also, Reddit recently got large investment from tencent so from now on assume reddit as agent of CCP china.
exaggeration does not substitute for competence - there is no 'case', or defense. If you rubbish something people are likely to ask you why. (your use of 'agent of CCP china' is offensive because you have no personal knowledge and are speculating). Do you have any experience dealing with the Chinese? Have you used QQ? Have you spoken to Chinese people? Have you been to China or understand how they function?^ kek. you're defending CCP. I rest my case