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  1. Dear veer It's always beneficial to listen to the views of elder brothers and sisters on a topic. They hv read more and hv seen and experienced more life.
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  2. Keep on dreaming on the day sikhs ask for help from india darpook lot. You know very well it is always been the other way around. Never had guts to face anything and always play Chanakya politics. You would be very good as India Propaganda in-charge. The Spin Doctor.
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  3. ha ya i meant head not hands lol I'm mean it is obvious due to politics and not wanting to marginalise that group. Agree i know those who went by free will and married off. But you don't see it with their community as much. Even their less religious are still conservative compared to ours.
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  4. you really are a piece of work take your false propaganda and shove it .... history from all sides indicates that what I said is true , the mughals and afghanis, and angrez /portguese were helped by brahmins , and stating that brahmins spread their knowledge to everyone is bogus , sanskrit is a secret language and used to control dissemination of knowledge to only those who were allowed to study/hear it . Over 80% of people who claim some link with Hindu faiths are NOT allowed to read/hear so called religious texts; how is that fair dissemination? The fact that people now can study sansk
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  5. Not just North Punjabi/Mirpuri Pakistani types in the UK, presumably the below article refers mainly to white males Samaritans volunteers met vulnerable callers for sex https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-58057031 By Jennifer Meierhans BBC News Published 50 minutes ago Share IMAGE SOURCEGETTY IMAGES Samaritans says it has introduced new safeguarding measures after volunteers met vulnerable callers for sex. The charity, which offers a helpline to people in distress
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  6. This isn't a case of subjective experience, though. It's academic. None of us knew Karl Marx. We can only judge him on his works that he put down in writing and how his philosophy was enacted in reality.
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  7. rape culture is synonmous with unequal access to legal protection and services, justice for females /children it is a world wide phenomenon . the armed services especially the navy are notorious for sexually exploiting and assaulting females serving or civilians manning bases.
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  8. Do some reading and make up your mind in accordance with your own values and beliefs. Why do you want to be told what to think?
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  9. Rape culture is synonymous with so called western culture. It's a huge problem anywhere women are vulnerable and disenfranchised. It happens in our work places with alarming regulaity and our military has a huge problem with our male soldiers raping and sexually harassing female soldiers and if these females report they are retaliated against as the SARC office is run by the rapists friends. When polled? Number one fear of female soldiers going on deployment? Being raped by our own guys. Not the enemy. Not dying. Not seeing death or killing people. Getting raped by their brothers. It's b
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  10. I was about to ask how much overlap there is, but you answered that. The older Greek texts are from the real Greeks not the post hellenic fakes. I appreciate that @Suchi has a unique perspective, and is into interesting lines of thought. I also appreciate the learned Gursikhs here keeping that information commented on so as to keep things clear. To some degree we agree with Suchi on some things, and on other topics we do not, however the ideas he expresses that we find objectionable we will also encounter from mamy others, so our responses must be ready. I prefer the wa
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  11. since you are making up BS concerning Homeopathy I will again clarify that Samuel Hahnnemann did NOT translate any ayurvedic texts to come to his conclusions , it was the fact he was a scientist who studied poisons both natural and manmade and translator of Greek, Latin, Persian medical texts and he considered the older greek texts assertions that food, drink and living habits affected people and it was possible to treat like with like . He curiosity was piqued when translating the writings of Cullen on Cinchona Bark from the new world and decided to experiment with it in cases of malaria, f
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  12. That's not true. We know exactly who introduced homeopathy to Panjab. Honigberger. I'm not disputing that Brahmins made a lot of knowledge gains historically. But post the fall of Bharat (starting with sullay), they exhibited very low life characteristics, colluding with the invaders, and obsessing about 'purity' in a backwards way, whilst having no qualms about eating drinking cow poo and pishaab respectively. They have been averse to egalitarianism. Whatever greatness they had in the past seems to have vanished.
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  13. I'm pretty sure they are doing sukha and/or a bunch of other stuff with it already. You know the clubbing scene. The bhangra thing is a Panjabi equivalent, especially in Canada (it was like that in the UK too 80s onwards, but has calmed down lately). How much drug dealing revolves around the clubbing scene.....
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  14. I think a lot of these social visionaries or whatever you want to call them were almost destined to fail since they didn't even know what Yugh it is. If you think people are Satyugi, you don't Kalyugi proof your processes. Another crippling mindset is that we are progressing from the stone age through a process of evolution. Due to our recovery relative to the last apocolypse we think were getting better. Here's the cliff notes for animal farm.
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  15. Jut culture (which spread throughout Panjabi culture) has this clownish, egotistical, hedonistic partying, hyperbolic quality within it. A lot of reserved females would be repulsed with that, and would be attracted to more sober, less exuberant social interactions. So it doesn't surprise me that they jump ship. On the flipside, a lot of 'religious' people in our samaaj have this narrow minded, boring, rigid quality which would be off-putting for those attracted to 'raunack' and ostentation. What you posted about the park is likely just the beginning. Soon more and more people will be rej
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  16. I think well intentioned (as someone said earlier) is the truth. Like all attempts to create a more fair society, human nature has a tendency to corrupt it. Read Orwell's Animal Farm to see how. We've had a similar thing. Look at how SGPC/Akali Dal have become a casteist corrupt group now. One thing people forgot to factor in (or more likely weren't aware of then) was sociopathy. Once something starts looking promising, and gains momentum and resources, these guys naturally gravitate towards it and worm their way in to high positions. They don't have any idealistic/hi
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  17. They only felt safe doing that if their superiors demonstrated it.
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  18. Been a while since I read them but Pythagoras and Tolstoy were better utopians I think. If you're reading about those kinds of things right now Hanji. @shastarSingh. Pythagoras especially they murdered and edited all but out of history. Only giving him credit for triangles which is really the smallest thing he did.
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  19. His ideas seems pleasing at first sight, but when implemented, fail in real life
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  21. Ideology: Not based in reality
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  22. That's the current scenario facing most of the world as they're learning who owns whose opinions.
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  23. Veerji Plz seriously give ur opinion on Karl marx and his ideology.
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  24. One. The english are simply pedophiles so they're protecting their culture. Literally descended from sodomites. As for sentences...if you're looking at a sentence you either decided to make a public stand and wanted to get caught, or Krodh set you up to make a mistake while doing the right thing and get caught. If one is so sure as to the guilt of a sex offender, they should be dealt with in a way that leads to no charges against the protector. After my last self defense arrest I realized I shoulda just caught the dude slipping instead of waxing rightous at him until he swung on me
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  25. That whole 'giddha paa-ing princess' stupid culture didn't help either. Meanwhile the blokes are getting plastered doing bhangra.........
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  26. If all Brahmins were traitors then 40000 temples would not have been looted and destroyed. Plenty of evidence of that. 3 lakh Brahmins as recently as 1990 were expelled from J and K by Muslims. The same went on in Bengladesh. So no need to quote selectively. And please share your sources. As most of my post got deleted you could not read the part where I said that the secret knowledge of the Sanskrit texts were stolen and Brahmins forced to translate them. Other texts were given freely. These texts allowed homeopathy to be invented by Christians during the reign of M. Ranjit Singh who u
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  27. It just repeatedly keeps coming back to sociopathic norms from what I'm seeing? I've been reading up about it and studying family members with it, and this self-delusional thing we are describing keeps coming up. When you look at the person doing the bragging, you can blatantly see them beaming - they are getting some serious energy from the nonsense they are doing? I'm sure jews do it, but I don't agree with you - our lot are 'extra' with it. I think it might be related to that 'need to please' outsiders thing we talk about??
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  28. First thing is to severely disrupt their narrative, so that all will agree that it is bollocks.
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  29. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that the mindsets and paradigms of goray changed all manner of things with their contact with people in what is now known as India (like every single other place they colonised). Especially in terms of rigid categorisation along their duality/abrahamic informed ideas of 'religion' and caste (which they strangely often sort of loosely conceptualised along racial lines). We know brits were f**king obsessed with race, and many still are to this day. But still, between Sikhs, that debate about caste is one that has it's own nature, and our paradigms fo
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