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  1. I think you do exactly what you despise the most. You clearly have a inferiority complex, which triggers a defence mechanism inside you, which goes on the offensive to bring down a certain caste or community. This kind anger is not healthy and neither does this create unity.
  2. It’s just a regional thing. The same as when people from Doaba pronounce the V&W’s as B’s, such as Vaal/Baal, Vatta/Batta, Vinga/Binga, Vaisakhi/Baisakhi, Video/Bideo and not forgetting Window/Bindow. Slight differences between Maja, Doaba and Malwa.
  3. If you have the right skills you can minimise getting hit in the head. The sweet science is just as much about being evasive as being offensive. If this young Singh makes it all the way, then he will be role model for many more who will surely follow this path. I hope he goes all the way.
  4. I was going to contribute and challenge people more on Caste on this thread, but to be honest ‘dharamyudh’ has summed up everything perfectly.
  5. If his portrait invokes a desire to be free then yes. He still has a part to play in the pursuing freedom. Until that pursuit is fulfilled we can’t just simply discard him to the history books. Don’t forget the British Empire went to extremes to suppress his history and legacy, because they knew he could spark a revolution even from his tomb.
  6. Regardless what anyone feels about the individuals you are questioning, the history is still fairy new and relevant. Ranjit Singh showed he was able to establish a secular and inclusive Kingdom during a time when most of the western world was ruling their lands in quite the opposite fashion. Jind Kaur was exiled after the death of her King and put in prison and separated from her son to insure no reclaim of the throne could be made. Duleep Singh had been groomed to live in England and Christianity was forced upon him at very young age. He eventually returned to Sikhi and after being reunit
  7. They’re proper haraamis . They go to the Gurughars for births, marriage and funerals but in between they bow their heads to their Kanjar baba. Proper joke outfit. All these imposters need a proper shitar parade.
  8. Yes absolutely correct Jats are a very inclusive and open community and played a huge part in the Kharku lehar, as did many other communities especially the Mazbi Sikhs. I’m just sick of the constant Jat bashing that goes on and credit should be due for the positives that this community has given. I for one am completely against the caste system, but if somebody is proud of their heritage and culture that doesn’t mean that makes them a supremest. A progressive approach is to discard your negatives and promote and protect your positives.
  9. Yeh that’s my point. He had a support base in the UK from Kenyan Sikhs because of his caste. He was a senior a Congress politician that’s why Oversees Congress Party made up of Kenyan Ramgharia Sikhs never withdrew their support for the Congress Party even after 1984 Bluestar attack. It was a different story in Punjab because the Tarkhan/Ramgharia community have a connection to the land and more so their faith. Loyalties differ from the two communities. I must say that the Kenyan Ramgharia community did not do anything to damage the Khalistan movement but did not do anything to support it
  10. They’re no different to their forefathers. They played zero part in the Khalistan movement. One because Giani Zail Singh was from their caste and the other they have no feelings of belonging to Punjab. They actually hosted Indian Corgress politicians in their Ramgharia Halls in the 1980’s whilst rest of the Sikh diaspora was fighting back. Their loyalty lies with their caste and Kenya. City Sikhs are the same, they have created their own segregation based upon caste and economic class. They will always create divisions, being inclusive doesn’t exist in their vocabulary.
  11. Yeh I did hear it was really bad for them. I also heard that quite a large proportion of the people that turned on them were the servants that worked for them. You won’t hear any of the Kenyan crew talk about how they morphed into the ‘brown imperialists’ working for their firangi masters. They treated their black servants like dirt. They would go on hunts and have black servants run behind their vehicles for miles whilst they roll played being White Imperialists. They would also feed them the jooth that was left over from their plates. Then they came over to the UK with their Peugeot’s
  12. Don’t say that bro you’re gonna hurt feelings of a certain ‘DollySingh’. He still a hasn’t got over when his tribe got told leave by a few Kaleh armed with only sticks and stones from ‘Wakanda’. Such a shame, because all he has now is just memories and his ‘stripy fifty’ to remind him of the wildlife. Chal koi gal nein he can have his own referendum and claim his homeland.
  13. Dally Hun kithe margaya? That’s a long time to be gone to drink your ‘dudh’. You can come back now and we can start playing again.
  14. You got some problems geezer! You shouldn’t let that playground bully that pulled your gutti affect you so much in your adult life. Get over it and move on!
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