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realist17 last won the day on August 21 2023

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  1. *Bump The current conflict (w/ Iran getting involved) is being orchestrated by a 3rd party in my opinion. We all are going to blame the Jewish community (how they run the banks, how they are brutal and etc.) but they have a point in this conflict. As soon as people start finding about the truth that's when the real movement will begin.
  2. *bump There's quite a bit of crazy stuff written on this forum, this is probably why this site is down sometimes. But I agree the OP, the future is not looking good at the moment
  3. It's not even about religion anymore. Most of us are trying to survive out here in the West. Myself dont care for Sikhi as much as I use to. Everything is in waheguru ji's hand whether or we will survive in the coming years.
  4. Throughout history we have been tested and tried. We remained steadfast and resiliant. The events that took place in Punjab and outside of Punjab in the past years made it quite clear we are big players in the game which kept the world powers on edge. It started off with the drug pandemic in Punjab, to the uproar by Bhai Amritpal Singh to the Farmer's protest. Outside of Punjab the deaths of Avtar Singh Khanda (UK) and Hardeep Singh Nijjar (Canada) created a stir within our community. This was probably our first real opportunity to establish something but how quickly members of our own community forget history. We have been a threat to civilization in the past and this is probably what the world powers are concerned about. However, may we continue grow and learn through Gurbani and like Jaswant Singh Khalra said: 'May the spirit of equal rights Punjab continue to kindle'.
  5. Interesting. Putting your faith first in todays world is not the easiest thing to do. Scary sometimes when you look what our own people did in the 80's (i.e. torture, kidnappings). But me personally I don't think our own people are capable of seeing their own kind get tortured. We are bigger than that. $h*T got out of control when other communities got involved during the 80's. That's all I'm going to say.
  6. The Western rule is all based on lies. At least the muslims have the guts to make a noise but still stupid if you ask me. For example, what did Hamas expect from launching rockets to a power house country like Israel? Sometimes you question Khalsa Raj. Our own people are in on this rule full of lies-with the Brits being the victors.
  7. And why would they do this? Ranjeet01 explained it pretty well in this topic.
  8. This may be off topic but look what has happened here in Canada. We had all these Khalistan posters everywhere and when Bhai Hardeep S. Nijjar got shot everybody is quiet. Our people that were advocating for this got even more quiet when the Canadian Government got involved. To me this is an agenda with our people working with Indian officials to keep ppl like myself quiet/confused.
  9. There are too many misconceptions when it comes to WW2. I wouldn't believe 100% what they wrote in the history books. Infact, I don't even think they teach WW2 history in school.
  10. Look what's going on right now. India supporting Israel? Is this b/c majority Hindu-India don't get along with the Muslims? Wasn't the Gaddar party comprised of Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs? Wasn't this is solidarity for all the British did?
  11. The real issue here is India. The Indian regime could have fallen through diplomacy. They sponsored agents on foreign soil to take out a Canadian citizen. There may be points to concur Hardeep Singh's legitimacy but a democratic government hiring agents for an assassination is absurd. You can say India got kind lucky by the media attention being diverted to this Israel-Gaza conflict.
  12. So your saying all the Punjabis that stood up in the 80's (in Punjab) refrained from alcohol, meat and nashay?
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