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Whitehorse last won the day on October 26 2010

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  1. He's not that gareeb. He acquired an old building in Coventry which he is planning to convert into a 50 room hotel. He was taken to court by the local authorities because he failed to apply for planning permission.
  2. Have you actually been to an EDL rally? I came across one on the High St in Kensington a few months ago ---- and Sikhs have nothing in common with that crowd. They are the same people who used to hurl racial abuse at football matches in the 80s and 90s. Muslims today, Sikhs tomorrow. You may know the quote: They came first for the Communists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Communist. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew. Then they came for m
  3. That is one of the most appalling things I have seen. Whilst in Christianity, Church leaders wash the feet of the poor - we have supposed Gurus (masquerading as Sikhs) watching people drink the dirty water their feet have been in.
  4. Censored again today - twice!! I can see why people may be tempted to set up more than one profile. I have heard that tracking IP addresses is not a very sophisticated method of controlling freedom of information.

  5. Whilst, I am no expert, I have read a number of authoritative books about him and the insurgency in the 1980s.

    Unfortunately, there is a tendency among some members of the Sikh community to get extremely annoyed if anyone attempts to vary from the Sikh nationalist view of him and discuss other opinions that exist.

  6. @ onlyfive - In your western twisted world where hell is the destination, your argument would be true. I always find it amusing when people benefiting from all the comforts the West offers (democracy, free education, good healthcare, freedom to worship, good infrastructure, free media) describe it as being twisted. If they find it so twisted, why don't they move back to the Punjab? In any case, the Pardhaan is typically elected by the sangat, so the Sangat can make their own judgement on what they believe is important - a full Sikh or a Sikh who has the ability to manage a Gurdwara and pr
  7. Is it not the case that the Pardhaan is effectively the 'executive chairman' of the gurdwara committee and the Granthi is the spritual head. If this is the case, then I don't see that it is important that the Pardhaan should be of full sikhi saroop.
  8. My understanding was that the Sikh Federation UK had a policy of supporting an independent nation for the Sikhs. Does the Sikh Council also have a view on this, or will it policy on this be based on a democratic decision making process?
  9. sorry I just want to amend the comment I made below, I meant to say SOME of the administrators, not all. My apologies.

  10. Unfortunately the administrators on here are also posters and there is a bias towards their own personal views which evidently overrides the right of free speech on this forum.

    I wouldn't be suprised if they have favourites in this forum as some longstanding members have gotten away with disgusting language and insults on here while others are not even allowed to have their own p...

  11. Communism is an economic ideology where the State owns/controls the means of production, including Land, Labour and Capital. It has nothing to do with religion. The only reason communist countries have not allowed religious freedom is to prevent the development of alternative power bases that may challenge the State. The idea that Manpreet Badal is a communist is laughable. He is a scion of a family with enormous business interests in India and abroad.
  12. Isn't it a bit ironic that you are criticising social networking through leaving comments on an online forum?? Blaming those online services, is like blaming deep fat fryers for the obesity epidemic.
  13. In terms of censorship on this website - what is considered acceptable and what is not? I always assumed that a sign of strength is to be able to handle having your views challenged. There is no such thing as an absolute truth. Those people who try and prevent free speech are the real cowards - as they don't think their faith is strong enough to handle different interpretations.

  14. I can't figure out the censorship rules on this website

  15. I thought Islam was the only faith obsessed with how females dress? Can someone point out to me where the Gurus specified that clothing should not evolve with time?
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