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Indians self-centered, spoilt, have low morals & blindly follow West: Chinese paper - The Economic Times


Indians self-centered, spoilt, have low morals & blindly follow West: Chinese paper - The Economic Times: The entire editorial heaps insults on Indians who according to the Chinese paper don't understand nationalism, have no knowledge of morals, cravenly follow the west and are spoiled.

The tone of the entire berating editorial has the flavour of a high-school magazine piece, so much so that one is tempted to say after reading it: Jealous much?

The editorial is talking about the coverage of and the failure of India's bid to get into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). Both the Indian media and the Indian government blamed China's opposition for India's failed bid to the NSG.

It appears the Chinese newspaper's editorial wants to give Indians a lesson in nationalism and patriotism. It criticizes Indians for their supposed adulation of the West. The US, France, Canada and several other countries backed India's NSG membership bid.

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