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  1. 100% correct. Everyone I know wears a so-called Kenyan style pagh. It's really British Indian Army style, but let's put aside semantics. Most people, the youth included, actually wear the Kenyan style. A few do wear the gol style but it's no where in comparison to the Kenyan style. Ratio would be 1:10 if not more. Aside from a few elderly individuals*, UK Jatt's are effectively non-turbaned - just ask Jassi Sidhu why he wears a Kenyan turban even though his parents descend from Punjab. His neighbour was Kenyan, his father didn't wear a turban, so he took upon the style of the Kenyans. The gol pagh has taken root to some degree but given the shear numbers of Kenyan style turbans, and their descendants, there's mathematically zero chance of a takeover. The Kenyan pagh is not a phase but the same can't be said the gol pagh. Only time will tell. The Patiala shahi or the "Indian style" has no precedence in the UK - jatt's had/have no interest. They're nearly all clean-shaven by default. Aside from a few of their progeny who've been taken in by various Sikh camps, they have no interest. Walk into any British educational establishment - from Aberdeen to Southampton, it's mostly Kenyan turbans - if any. If you do see a chap wearing an Indian style, he's recently arrived from India. Chances are his children will discard the pagh or, adopt the Kenyan style. Kenyan turbans are 4th generation now. It's no surprise that all the major legal turban battles in the UK were fought by non-jatt's. Motorcycle helmet in Manchester (Giani Sundar Singh Sagar), caps as part of the bus driver's uniform in Wolverhampton (Tarsem Singh Sandhu - my uncle) or a Brummie school kid being asked to wear a cap as part of the school uniform (Sewa S Mandla). Legislation affecting headgear never affects jatt's -why would it? Jatt's can mock the Kenyan turban all day long, but it doesn't take away away from the legal fact that today, British Sikhs wear turbans in the High Court or operating theatres or to school or drive buses because non-jatt's decided to not cut their hair and conform. Conflict of interest: I wear a British Indian Army style aka Kenyan style pagh. However, my father wear's an Indian/Patiala shahi style. *many of these individuals were non-turbanned throughout their lives but adopted the pagh upon retirement, maybe born-again-Sikhs or more likely, embarrassing bald patches. California Sardar is more informed about the UK pagh than the Sikhs living in the UK. How utterly bizarre.
  2. I should have added that their women are adorned with gold. And that's just to pop out to buy the milk and bread.
  3. It's not just drugs. They have manipulated the social housing (council houses) system to their advantage. In the past 20-25 years they have amassed wealth that many can only dream of and that means only one thing. Drugs, dishonesty and corruption. Remember, none of their woman go to work and are regularly seen pushing pushchairs with several children along Southall broadway or Hounslow High street. Just where does the money come from?
  4. Thetford, Norfolk Maharaja Duleep Singh's former home and associated statue and museum.
  5. Many Muslims divorce in order to qualify for government handouts. Housing benefit, council tax support, child benefit is increased, etc etc. Critically, the lady can claim single persons allowance. The ex-husband often moves in with a relative close by or worse, remains in the same property. Divorced on paper only.
  6. Dallysingh101, So if you dislike all things British, the British establishment, the British way of life, The British Army, The British Police,The British Political System - why do you live in Great Britain? No one is forcing you to live here. It must be very depressing being you - you wake up every morning and you dislike all those around you and you dislike the country you live in. Leave. Go and inhabit a country that didn't once have an expansionist empire, like, er, Lithuania. After all, even the Sikhs once had an expansionist empire - whoops!
  7. What worries me is the new wave of anti-British sentiments coming from.... British born Sikhs! The statue that was vandalised in Smethwick being a prime example. Some Sikhs believe that soldiers in the British Indian Army were somehow slaves. Totally misinformed.
  8. Incorrect The Sikh Pioneers regiments recruited exclusively from the Mazbhi Sikh and Ramdasia Sikh communities.
  9. Hold your horses Jagsaw.... Re-read my statement: The key date to note here is..1900. In 1900, it was indeed the 14th Sikhs that were sent to China. You're referring to 1859, when the 15th Sikhs were sent. I fear that you're confusing the recruiting policies and designs of the Shanghai Police Force with the 14th and 15th Sikhs. I didn't spend a week googling anything son, I have access to regimental histories. The 14th and 15th Sikhs were established in the midst of the Anglo-Sikh Wars:- these Sikhs had switched sides before the second Anglo-Sikh War had even begun!! I'm sorry to say, they swung both ways.
  10. Kidda West London Singh, It was the 14th Ferozpore Sikh Regiment that went to China in 1900 for the Boxer Rebellion, not the 15th Ludhiana Sikhs. The 34th Sikh Pioneers Regiment was also there, as were a few other Indian regiments.
  11. The Sikh Nation never forgets it's shaheeds and it's hero's. Today, it is fitting that we remember those who avenged the attack on the heart of Sikhi and assassinated the sitting Prime Minister. All due respect.
  12. Where is this quote from? So he wasn't a Sikh afterall?
  13. Thank you S4NGH. Further to this, another chap from Huddersfield has just appeared on a video with Deepa from Sikh Youth UK and confirmed the same. He was a mona who always socialised with Muslims significantly older than him and then took on Sikhi saroop in around 2012/2013, when the investigations began.
  14. Just to be clear. Was he always a Sikh but took Amrit?
  15. Based on what? I'd find it rather odd that he'd take on a surname like dhaliwal unless he was a mona beforehand. Converts either use Singh or Khalsa as a surname, generally speaking.
  16. Ok. Yes, how ironic! When this was first discussed on this forum last year, one of the members on here, from Huddersfield, mentioned that he was amritdhari as well.
  17. I'm sorry to read about your loss. I hope you have the appropriate support at this moment in time to enable you to continue on your journey, as we are all on our own journey. Condolences once again.
  18. As China expands towards Central Asia and beyond, the Chinese economy and specifically, Chinese manufacturing stands to benefit greatly, at the expense of the other regional power (if you can call it that) - India. The last thing the Chinese want is for India to get a piece of the action, especially with lower labour costs that are a hallmark of the Indian economy. China wants to spread her tentacles into relatively untapped markets in Central Asia. The geopolitical dynamics these two regional beasts have created have ensured that neither one will act in the interests of the other.
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